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2011 LADY VOLUNTEERS

Front (l-r): Brittney Wade, Emily Shore, Emily Dowd, Hannah Hut, Allie Sirna, Kaelyn Angelo, Tori Bailey, Iyana Moore. Middle (l-r): Kylie Bono, Ashley Hartert, Caroline Capocaccia, Caroline Brown, Lara Langworthy, Chelsea Hatcher, Amy Harrison, Lexi Krause, Alexis Owens. Back (l-r): Chelsea Kephart, Carlee Dimry, Ali Hall, Julie Eckel, Jessica Rolfs, RB Wyatt, Hannah Steadman, Alison Clarke, Tyler Law. (not pictured - Sanna Saarinen)

2011 Lady Vol Soccer Roster No. 00 0 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

Name Julie Eckel Hannah Steadman 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. 5-6 5-8 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/College Cordova, Tenn./St. Benedict at Auburndale Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon 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

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Volunteer Assistant Coach: Intern: Managers:

Angela Kelly (12th season, North Carolina ’94) Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ’98), Keeley Dowling (Tennessee ’05) Hemant Sharma Fields Brown Whitney Carter, Anna Fisher, Luke Thomas

Alphabetical Roster 26 3 8 25 2 11 21

Kaelyn Angelo Tori Bailey Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Caroline Capocaccia Alison Clarke Carlee Dimry

20 00 9 22 12 6 15

Emily Dowd Julie Eckel Ali Hall Amy Harrison Ashley Hartert Chelsea Hatcher Hannah Hut

4 19 18 7 5 23 1

Chelsea Kephart Lexi Krause Lara Langworthy Tyler Law Iyana Moore Alexis Owens Jessica Rolfs

17 10 16 0 28 31

Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Allie Sirna Hannah Steadman Brittney Wade RB Wyatt


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HISTORY First Year ...........................................................................................................1996 All-Time Record.....................................................................182-117-22 (.601) NCAA Appearances ....................... Eight app. - 10-7-2 (.579); 2001-2008 SEC Tournament Appearances.............................14 app. - 13-10-2 (.560) SEC Tournament Titles ......................................4 (2002, 2003, 2005, 2008) CREDITS The 2011 Lady Volunteer Soccer Media Guide was written, edited and typeset by Brian Davis and Amanda Pruitt with editorial assistance from Jason Yellin. Special contributions from Kelly Hayes, John Hines and Koby Padgett. Photography by Nick Myers of the UT Photography Center, Rick Starratt, Elizabeth Olivier and William Ewart. Printing by Interstate Printing of Mobile, Ala. Outer covers and design elements by John Schaffhauser and The Tombras Group. PAN E01-0245-061-008-012.

COACHES AND STAFF Head Coach Angela Kelly ..........................................................................14-15 Assistant Coach Joe Kirt ..................................................................................16 Assistant Coach Keeley Dowling ..................................................................17 Volunteer Assistant Hemant Sharma ..........................................................17 Soccer Support Staff/UT Administration ...................................................18

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2011 TEAM INFORMATION Starters Returning/Lost ....................................................................... 7/3 + GK Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................16/8 Newcomers...........................................................................................................11

2011 OPPONENTS 2011 Lady Vol Opponents...........................................................................8-11 2011 SEC Tournament Info .............................................................................11 2011 First Tennessee Classic Information .................................................11 2011 NCAA Tournament Info/Lady Vols on TV........................................12

REVIEW

MEDIA RELATIONS Mailing Address .................................................. 1720 Volunteer Boulevard ............................................................................... Knoxville, Tenn. 37996-3110 Assistant Director/Soccer Contact ............. Brian Davis (Tennessee ‘97) Media Relations Office.............................................................(865) 974-1212 Davis’ Direct Line .......................................................................(865) 974-7478 Davis’ Cell Phone .......................................................................(865) 696-7947 E-Mail Address .....................................................................bdavis16@utk.edu Media Relations Fax..................................................................(865) 974-8875 Regal Soccer Stadium Press Box Number.........................(865) 974-8130

2011 LADY VOL INFORMATION 2011 Lady Vol Roster/Team Photo..............................................................IFC Lady Vol Quick Facts/Table of Contents ...................................................... 1 Media Information and Services ................................................................. 2-3 Squad Breakdown ................................................................................................ 4 2011 Season Outlook ...................................................................................... 5-6

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach ..............................................Angela Kelly (North Carolina ’94) Kelly’s Record at UT .............................................145-77-20 (.640)/11 Years Kelly’s Career Record .................................................................................. Same NCAA Appearances ................................. Eight - 10-7-2 (.579); 2001-2008 Assistant Coaches..................................Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ’98), ........................................................................ Keeley Dowling (Tennessee ’05) Volunteer Assistant Coach .........................Hemant Sharma (Cornell ‘97) Managers ...............................Whitney Carter, Anna Fisher, Luke Thomas Intern .................................................................................................Fields Brown Soccer Secretary ......................................................................Alberta Randles Soccer Office Phone .................................................................(865) 974-4254 Coaches’ Fax................................................................................(865) 974-8914

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................................................................Knoxville, Tennessee Founded .......................................................................1794 as Blount College Enrollment ................................................................................................... 27,523 Nickname ........................................................... Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols) Colors ......................................................................................Orange and White Affiliation .................................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference ....................................... Southeastern (SEC), Eastern Division NSCAA Region ..............................................................................................South Home Field (Capacity) ................................ Regal Soccer Stadium (3,000) All-Time Home Record (15 Years) ........................................103-34-6 (.741) President.......................................................Dr. Joseph DiPietro (Illinois ‘74) Chancellor & V.P. -Aca. Affairs .......... Dr. Jimmy Cheek (Texas A&M ‘69) Faculty Athletics Representative...............Dr. Dan Murphy (New Mexico ‘77) Interim Vice Chancellor/Dir. of Athletics.............Joan Cronan (LSU ’66) Assoc. AD for Business and Internal Affairs/Sport Admin......................... ..........................................................Tyler Johnson (Wisconsin-Lacrosse ‘94) Asst. A.D. – Strength & Conditioning ............................................................... ..........................................................................Heather Mason (Cincinnati ’96) Director of Marketing & Promotions ................................................................ .........................................................................Jimmy Delaney (Tennessee ’01) Athletics Department Web Page ............................ www.utladyvols.com

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 QUICK FACTS

MEET THE LADY VOLS Lady Vol Player Profiles ..............................................................................20-47 Lady Vol Returnees to Watch .........................................................................48 2010 SEASON IN REVIEW Review ..............................................................................................................50-51 Match-by-Match Results ..................................................................................52 Final Team/Individual Statistics ....................................................................53 Match-by-Match Summaries ....................................................................54-58 LADY VOL HISTORY AND RECORDS The Southeastern Conference/SEC Quick Facts and Awards .............60 2010 SEC Standings/Tournament Recap ...................................................61 SEC Statistical Leaders/Year-by-Year Standings ...............................62-63 Lady Vol SEC Tournament History & Records ....................................64-65 Lady Vol NCAA Tournament History, Records & Recaps ................66-72 Lady Vol Individual & Team Records .....................................................73-78 Lady Vol All-Americans ....................................................................................79 Lady Vol All-Time Honors ..........................................................................80-83 All-Time Roster ..............................................................................................84-85 All-Time Numerical Roster .............................................................................86 All Time Series Records vs. Opponents/Conferences .....................87-90 Year-by-Year Results ...................................................................................91-98 Regal Soccer Stadium/History and Records ....................................99-100 TV/Radio Spotting Chart ....................................................Inside Back Cover 2011 Schedule ....................................................................................Back Cover 2011 LADY VOL SEASON PREVIEW Beginning her 12th year at the helm of the Tennessee program, head coach Angela Kelly prepares to enter the 2011 campaign with 16 returning letter-winners from last year’s squad that posted a 10-9-1 overall record while finishing third in the SEC’s overall standings at 7-3-1. Included are players who tallied 32 of UT’s 34 total goals in 2010 (94 percent) and registered 89 of 97 combined points ((92 percent). With Kelly joined by fifth-year goalkeeper coach Joe Kirt and fourth-year assistant and former Lady Vol defensive standout Keeley Dowling, the experienced UT staff will look to mold a cohesive unit from a solid returning base and 11 standout newcomers in order to reach the NCAA Tournament Field of 64 for the first time since 2008.

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MEDIA INFO/DIRECTORY MEDIA INFORMATION The University of Tennessee Media Relations Department looks forward to serving the members of the media during the 2011 Lady Vol soccer season. Requests for working press space and photographic privileges should be made through the media relations office. If you need further assistance, please contact Brian Davis in the Tennessee Media Relations Office at (865) 974-1212. UT MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION Brian Davis Assistant Media Relations Director Brian Davis rejoined the Tennessee staff on a full-time basis in September 2004, after spending the previous year as an assistant media relations director at Vanderbilt University. With the Commodores, Davis handled the day-to-day media relations duties for the women’s basketball and men’s golf programs. He also assisted in the hosting of the 2004 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament in Nashville, Tenn., and traveled to Athens, Ga., as the media contact with the VU women’s tennis team during its run to the NCAA Final Four. At UT, Davis is in charge of all publicity efforts for the soccer and softball programs. The Jackson, Tenn., native is familiar with the Tennessee program after serving for three seasons (2000-03) as a media relations graduate assistant and intern working with the Lady Vol basketball team. Since entering the profession in 1999, he has worked as a contact or assistant contact with eight teams over four sports that have been to NCAA Final Fours or the Women’s College World Series, two NCAA finalists and served as a part of eight Southeastern Conference regular-season or tournament championship teams. Davis earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Tennessee in 1997. He completed work on a master’s degree in sport administration from UT in 2002. (Overnight Mail Address) 1720 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville, TN 37996-3110 Davis’ Office Phone: (865) 974-7478 Davis’ Cell Phone: (865) 696-7947 Fax Machine: (865) 974-8875 E-Mail: bdavis16@utk.edu SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE The SEC address is 2201 Richard Arrington Blvd. North, Birmingham, AL 352031103. The SEC telephone number is (205) 458-3010, the fax number is (205) 458-3030, and the web site address is www.secsports. com.

 MEDIA DIRECTORY MEDIA (Area Code 865 unless noted) Outlet Phone Fax Associated Press (Knoxville) ................... 522-3963 .................523-5904 Associated Press (Nashville).....................(800) 453-1282 ......... (615) 376-0947 Chattanooga Times Free Press.................(800) 733-2637 ..........(423) 757-6490 College Soccer Daily .......................(206) 381-6961 ..... (206) 381-6999 Kingsport Times News ...................(423) 392-1323 .... (423) 392-1385 Knoxville News-Sentinel .......................... 342-6259 .................342-6402 Maryville Daily Times ................................ 981-1145 .................981-1175 Rocky Top News.......................................... 558-9791 .................558-9221 Soccer America.................................(510) 528-5000 ..... (510) 528-5177 Southern Soccer Scene .................(336) 292-7015 ..... (336) 292-8135 The Daily Beacon (UT) ............................... 974-3226 .................974-5569 The Tennessean (Nashville) ...............(615) 259-8010 ..... (615) 259-8826 Top Drawer Soccer..........................(877) 361-8825 ............................N/A USA Today ...............................................(703) 276-3735 ..... (703) 276-3721 WATE-TV 6 (ABC) ....................................... 637-6397 .................523-3561 WBIR-TV 10 (NBC)/WTNZ-TV 43 (FOX) ... 637-1272 .................522-7341 WNML-AM & FM.......................................... 588-6511 .................558-4218 WUTK-FM....................................................... 974-2228 .................974-2814 WVLT-TV 8 (CBS) ......................................... 450-8888 .................584-1978

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT (Area Code 865) Department Phone Academics ..................................................................................... 974-1250 Athletics Director........................................................................ 974-0001 Coaches’ Fax Machine .............................................................. 974-8914 Compliance/Operations .......................................................... 974-4275 Marketing/Promotions ............................................................. 974-1734 Media Relations Fax Machine ................................................ 974-8875 Media Relations Office.............................................................. 974-1212 Soccer Office ................................................................................ 974-4254 Strength & Conditioning ......................................................... 974-4275 Regal Soccer Stadium Press Box ........................................... 974-8130 Ticket Office.................................................................................. 656-HOOP Training Room ............................................................................. 974-6485 University Information ............................................................. 974-1000

DIRECTIONS TO REGAL SOCCER STADIUM From North (Lexington) Enter Knoxville on I-75 South to I-275 South. Take the I-40 Exit towards Nashville. Once on I-40 West, take the Airport/Smoky Mountain (129 South) Exit #386B. Merge RIGHT and pass Kingston exit. Get off on the next exit-Neyland Dr. Turn LEFT onto Neyland Dr. and proceed approximately 1.5 miles. Turn LEFT onto Leinard Lane. Soccer fields will be in front on the left.

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From South (Chattanooga) Take I-75 North. Merge Right onto I-40 East towards Knoxville. Take the Airport/Smoky Mountain (129 South) Exit #386B. Merge RIGHT and pass Kingston exit. Get off on the next exitNeyland Dr. Turn LEFT onto Neyland Dr. and proceed approximately 1.5 miles. Turn LEFT onto Leinard Lane. Soccer fields will be in front on the left.

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From Tyson Airport Take 129 North (Alcoa Hwy.) toward Knoxville. After traveling approximately 13 miles, take the Neyland Dr. Exit. Turn LEFT at the traffic light onto Neyland Drive. Turn LEFT onto Leinard Lane. Soccer fields will be in front on the left.

From East (Asheville) Take I-40 West until it ends at Hall of Fame Dr. Take Hall of Fame Dr. exit. Turn LEFT at traffic light onto Hall of Fame Dr. Follow Hall of Fame Dr. for approximately two miles. Turn RIGHT onto Historic Preservation Dr. and stay to the left to merge onto Neyland Dr. Follow Neyland Dr. for approximately two miles. Turn RIGHT onto Leinard Lane. Soccer fields will be in front on the left.

From West (Nashville) Take I-40 East to the Airport/Smoky Mountain (129 South) Exit #386B. Merge Right and pass Kingston exit. Get off on the next exitNeyland Dr. Turn LEFT onto Neyland Dr. and proceed approximately 1.5 miles. Turn LEFT onto Leinard Lane. Soccer fields will be in front on the left.


MEDIA SERVICES OUTLOOK

LADY VOLS ON TWITTER Updated information on all Lady Volunteer athletic teams can be obtained 24 hours a day by accessing the official Lady Vol Twitter page at www.twitter.com/LadyVol_Sports. The page will be updated regularly with results, facts and schedules. For more in depth info on Tennessee Soccer follow the sport-specific site @LadyVol_Soccer.

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MEDIA AND PHOTO CREDENTIALS Requests for working media credentials should be directed to soccer contact Brian Davis. Those wishing to attend a match are asked to call the Media Relations Office. Photo credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers or those individuals on special assignment. Photographers may shoot from designated areas outside of the touch lines at both ends of the playing field and at various areas along the sidelines. No photographers are allowed behind or between the home or visitor benches during the match.

PRACTICE SCHEDULE/INTERVIEWS Members of the working media are invited to attend all practices, which are held on the practice field adjacent to the Regal Soccer Stadium. Members of the working media interested in interviews with Head Coach Angela Kelly and/or any UT soccer player MUST make an arrangement at least 24 hours prior to a requested time through Brian Davis in the media relations office. Post-match interviews of requested players and Coach Kelly will be arranged immediately after a 10-minute cooling-off period.

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STATISTICAL SERVICES Media guides, flipcards and updated notes and statistics will be available prior to each match. For fax service, please contact Brian Davis prior to kickoff. Services provided include statistics generated from The Automated ScoreBook computer statistics program. Match statistics can be faxed or e-mailed back to the media relations office of visiting teams at the conclusion of the event if requested. If no sports information representative is traveling with the opposing team, arrangements should be made in advance for additional services to be provided in their absence.

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RADIO Regal Soccer Stadium is equipped with three radio lines operated by UT Telephone Services. In order to access these lines, teams interested in doing a radio broadcast of a particular match need to inform the media relations office in writing at their earliest convenience and no later than five days prior to the contest.

LADY VOLS ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB The newly-designed UTLadyVols.com is the official online home for Lady Vol Athletics. Here, fans can find schedules, results, rosters, player bios and stats. There is unique content like photo galleries of events, behind-the-scenes features, video highlights and features from UTSports.tv, video interviews with players and coaches, as well as the latest news on every women’s team on campus. There’s also live streaming audio of every women’s basketball game, and many other events throughout the year. UTLadyVols.com also provides free streaming video of select events throughout the year. By using CBS Interactive’s GameTracker, fans can follow the action online with live stats as well.

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SQUAD BREAKDOWN

 LADY VOLS BY CLASS

 SOCCER ENCYCLOPEDIA

Seniors (6): Dowd, Hatcher, Hut, Kephart, Langworthy, Shore Juniors (4): Bono, Hall, Harrison, Owens Redshirt Sophomores (2): Rolfs, Wyatt Sophomores (4): Bailey, Brown, Capocaccia, Saarinen Freshmen (11): Angelo, Clarke, Dimry, Eckel, Hartert, Krause, Law, Moore, Sirna, Steadman, Wade

 LADY VOLS BY HEIGHT 5-11 (1): 5-10 (2): 5-9 (1): 5-8 (6): 5-7 (4): 5-6 (6): 5-5 (4): 5-4 (1): 5-3 (1): 4-11 (1):

Rolfs Clarke, Law Brown Bono, Dimry, Hartert, Krause, Steadman, Wyatt Capocaccia, Hall, Hatcher, Langworthy Dowd, Eckel, Harrison, Kephart, Moore, Owens Hut, Saarinen, Shore, Wade Angelo Sirna Bailey

 LADY VOLS BY POSITION Defenders (7): Capocaccia, Clarke, Dimry, Hall, Hut, Kephart, Sirna Forwards (3): Angelo, Dowd, Moore Midfielders/Forwards (4): Brown, Hatcher, Langworthy, Saarinen Defender/Forwards (1): Owens Goalkeepers (4): Eckel, Rolfs, Steadman, Wyatt Midfielders (7): Bono, Harrison, Hartert, Krause, Law, Shore, Wade Midfielder/Defenders (1): Bailey

 LADY VOLS BY STATE/COUNTRY California (2): Carlsbad (Dimry), Yorba Linda (Bono) Canada (2): Winnipeg, Manitoba (Clarke, Harrison) Colorado (1): Highlands Ranch (Hut) Florida (3): Gainesville (Dowd, Shore), Jacksonville (Law) Finland (1): Espoo (Saarinen) Georgia (2): Cumming (Kephart), Marietta (Moore) Illinois (3): Hawthorn Woods (Hall), Normal (Rolfs), Plainfield (Krause) Indiana (1): Carmel (Owens) Michigan (1): Fenton (Bailey) New Jersey (1): Kinnelon (Steadman) North Carolina (1): Marvin (Hartert) Ohio (2): Cincinnati (Hatcher), Solon (Sirna) Pennsylvania (1): Hershey (Brown) Tennessee (4): Cordova (Eckel), Memphis (Capocaccia), Murfreesboro (Langworthy), Oak Ridge (Angelo) Texas (1): Houston (Wade) South Carolina (1): Aiken (Wyatt)

 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Caroline Capocaccia ............................ CAP-uh-kotch-ee-uh Chelsea Kephart .............................................................. kep-HEART Lara Langworthy ...................................................................LAH-ruh Iyana Moore.................................................................... EYE-yah-nuh Sanna Saarinen ............................................SAH-nuh SAR-uh-nen 4

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Goalkeeper - the only player on the field allowed to use her hands. Protects team’s goal to prevent the opposition from scoring.

Forward - also known as a striker, has the primary duties of scoring goals, setting up goals for other players and holding the ball for others to join the attack

Midfielder - also known as a halfback. Has both attack and defense responsibilities and controls the flow in the middle of the field.

Defender - also known as the fullback or back. Primary responsibilities are to help the goalkeeper prevent scoring by the opposition and regain possession of the ball.


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Beginning her 12th year at the helm of the Tennessee program, time Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association (THSSCA) head coach Angela Kelly prepares to enter the 2011 soccer campaign All State selection and a four-time Division II-AA West All Region with 16 returning letter-winners from last year’s squad that posted choice on the pitch. She wrapped up her senior campaign for the a 10-9-1 overall record while finishing third in the Southeastern St. Benedict at Auburndale soccer squad as a Commercial Appeal Conference’s overall standings at 7-3-1. Included are players who “Best of Preps” finalist and a state finalist for the Wendy’s High School tallied 32 of the Big Orange’s 34 total goals in 2010 (94 percent) Heisman award after posting 11 shutouts and 32 saves between the and who registered 89 of 97 combined points ((92 percent). With pipes and 14 goals and four assists up top as a forward. She was Kelly joined by fifth-year goalkeeper coach Joe Kirt and fourth-year tabbed to the 2011 THSSCA/TACA Girls All-Star Team, was named as assistant and former Lady Vol defensive standout Keeley Dowling, both a 2009 & 2011 Division II-AA All Region goalkeeper and as the the experienced UT staff will look to mold a cohesive unit from a 2010 All Region Most Valuable Player. Steadman helped guide her Kinnelon High School (N.J.) soccer solid returning base and 11 standout newcomers in order to reach squad to consecutive Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference titles in the NCAA Tournament Field of 64 for the first time since 2008. Despite losing six seniors off last year’s squad including defensive 2009 and 2010 with records of 19-2-1 and 18-3-1, respectively. She stalwarts Tanya Emerson, Melissa Speros and Grace Cuenin, was chosen to ESPN/RISE’s 2010 New Jersey High School Starting 11 midfielder Julie Edwards, forward Anna Fisher and a two-year starter as well as to the The Star-Ledger All-State Team and was selected as at goalkeeper in Molly Baird, plenty of talent returns to Rocky Top to both a 2011 ESPN/RISE Third Team Fall All-American and an ESPN/ RISE New Jersey State Winter All-Star. Between the pipes, Steadman bolster the efforts of the Big Orange venturing into a new season. posted a career winning percentage Included are 2010 First Team Allin goal of 84% with a 35-5-4 overall SEC and National Soccer Coaches record. Association of America (NSCAA) All# “We find ourselves in an unique South Region midfielder/forward position of having four keepers that Chelsea Hatcher (eight goals, four are all pushing for playing time and assists in 2010), forward Emily ultimately the out-right starting Dowd (seven goals, one assist) and position,” Kelly said. “Training has defender/forward Alexis Owens been intense, and I am enjoying (one goal, two assists), experienced observing the healthy competitive midfielders Kylie Bono (five environment that has been created.” goals, three assists), Emily Shore (one goal, five assists) and Amy The Defensive Backline Harrison (two goals), midfielder/ Another area on the pitch in flux forwards Caroline Brown (three for Tennessee beginning 2011 is goals, two assists), Sanna Saarinen the defensive backline as UT faces (two goals, three assists) and Lara the daunting task of replacing Langworthy, midfielder/defender three long-tenured defenders in Tori Bailey (one goal, two assists) Cuenin, Emerson and Speros. While as well as battle-tested defenders there’s no substitute for long-term Ali Hall (one goal, two assists), experience, the return of junior Chelsea Kephart (1033 minutes in Hall (30 career matches/20 starts) 2010) and Hannah Hut. from an injury that derailed her “Complacency will not creep in Fresh off a first team All-Southeastern Conference and NSCAA All-South Region campaign, senior at any stage of this fall conquest, Chelsea Hatcher (2008-present) will look to build off her team-leading eight-goal, four-assist sophomore campaign, seniors Kephart (a transfer from Georgia I will ensure that,” Kelly said. “Our and 20-point 2010 season. Southern prior to the 2010 season) team will focus on how we can and Hut (38 career matches/19 become better students of the game and compete in every environment. Our focus is to become starts) and sophomore Caroline Capocaccia will provide a solid base better as individuals, and ultimately, as a unit every single day. This to work from in the back in 2011. 2011 season will see a ‘Tennessee Squad’ that throws caution to the The addition of a trio of high-profile rookie defenders (Alison wind, invests 100 percent and leaves everything on the field.” Clarke, Carlee Dimry and Allie Sirna) and potential contributions from junior Owens and sophomore Bailey should help the Big Goalkeepers Orange defense during its transition. With the loss of a two-year starter Baird in goal, Tennessee enters Clarke joins Tennessee having earned 15 caps of international the new campaign with virtually no starting collegiate experience soccer experience in the starting 11 for the Canadian Under-17 between the pipes. That doesn’t mean that the Lady Vols are lacking Women’s National Team. The Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, native for talent in the keeper department, however, as UT boasts four earned a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2010 CONCACAF promising talents in a pair of redshirt sophomores (Jessica Rolfs Women’s U-17 Championship in Alajuela, Costa Rica (March 2010) and RB Wyatt) and two lauded freshmen (Julie Eckel and Hannah and also represented the Red & White at the FIFA U-17 Women’s Steadman). World Cup in Trinidad & Tobago (September 2010). Among her club Rolfs was a four-year soccer letter-winner at Normal Community accolades are selections as the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Player of the High School in Normal, Ill. A two-year captain with the Lady Ironmen, Year, the South End United Female Soccer Player of the Year and the she helped guide her squad to the 2007 and 2009 intercity and Manitoba Soccer Association Youth Soccer Player of the Year. regional titles while being chosen as a four-time first-team All-Big 12 A native of Carlsbad, Calif., Dimry chose to concentrate on club Conference, 2009 all-state and two-time all-section team member. soccer full time for the San Diego Surf and the Slammers Football She posted a combined 29 shutouts over her final two seasons, Club. She helped guide Slammers FC to consecutive CalSouth notching a 36-8-0 record during that span. National Cup State Championships in 2008 and 2009, the 2008 Surf A native of Aiken, S.C., Wyatt arrived at Rocky Top having played Cup Super Group and Surf College Classic crowns, the 2009 FWRL four years of soccer and two seasons of basketball at South Aiken H.S. Spring title and to the 2009 Far West Region semifinals. A nominee for South Carolina Gatorade State Player of the Year for Rated by Top Drawer Soccer at #90 on its 2011 listing of the top soccer in 2009, she was chosen in both 2008 & 2009 as an Augusta players in the nation as well as one of the organization’s top nine Chronicle All-Area selection. After reaping a second team nod in ‘08, players in the Great Lakes Region, Sirna ventures to Rocky Top after she nabbed a first team selection as a goalkeeper after posting eight serving as a four-year starter and defensive stalwart for Solon High shutouts and a 0.76 GAA during her senior campaign. In 2008, Wyatt School in Solon, Ohio. Her school’s winner of the Wendy’s Heisman was also tabbed as a Top Three 4-A keeper in South Carolina and Award as a senior and one of ESPN RISE’s 2010 Fall State All-Stars for shared duties in setting a school record for single-season shutouts. Ohio, she served two years as a captain while helping guide Solon An in-state product out of Cordova, Tenn., Eckel was a three- H.S. to three consecutive sectional soccer crowns in 2008, 2009 5


2011 SEASON OUTLOOK & 2010. She 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 while helping her defense set a school record for shutouts. “We strike a good balance of experience, youth, athleticism and tactics at this position and are blessed with more depth than we have had in a while at defender at Tennessee.” Kelly said. Midfield Midfield is definitely an area of strength for the Big Orange venturing into the 2011 campaign. Seniors Hatcher, Shore and Langworthy, juniors Bono and Harrison, sophomores Bailey, Brown and Saarinen and lauded newcomers Tyler Law, Ashley Hartert, Lexi Krause and Brittney Wade are all expected to provide valuable support in the vital battle for the always valuable real estate in the middle third of the pitch. With 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 (Jacksonville, Fla.) to both the 2007 and 2009 Florida Class AA State Championships as well as five consecutive region and district titles from 2007-2011. She also 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. 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. She 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. Krause ventures to Tennessee having played club soccer yearround for the Eclipse Select 92/93 soccer program, helping guide her 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 USYSA Midwest Regional League titles (2006, 2007) and the 2006 Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS) Tournament Championship. On the pitch as a forward, Wade totaled a staggering 72 career goals and dished 38 assists while helping lead Clear Lake High School (Houston, Texas) 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 (22-1-4). ESPN/RISE selected her to its 2011 Winter All-American Second Team as well as to its Winter AllStar list for the state of Texas. 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. Forward One of the lone true forwards on the Big Orange roster, Dowd helps lead an experienced group of dynamic Lady Vol goal scorers. Hatcher, Brown, Saarinen, Langworthy and Owens will be called upon to play dual roles during the year by potentially switching between either the forward spot, midfield or in Owens’ case, the back. Bolstering the position as rookies are lauded true forwards Iyana Moore and Kaelyn Angelo. Moore heads to 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. She was also chosen as a 2011 Scout.com and Top Drawer Soccer “Player to Watch,” and helped guide her club team the North Atlanta Soccer Association (NASA) G12 Elite II to the 2010 USYSA U-16 National Championships, to both a 2009-10 USYSA U-16 National League crown 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. An in-state product out of Oak Ridge High School in Oak Ridge, Tenn., Angelo tallied 65 goals and dished 32 assists during her fouryear varsity playing career. She helped guide the Lady Wildcats to three consecutive Tennessee Class 3A State Tournament berths and was a part of three straight Class 3A District 3 winners (2007, 2008, 2009) and two Region II titlists (2008, 2009). Angelo was chosen by the Knoxville News Sentinel to its 2009 “PrepXtra” Second Team, was 6

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Kylie Bono (2009-present) racked up five goals, including three match-winners, a trio of assists and 13 total points while starting all 20 matches in the midfield for Tennessee in 2010. 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. “We find the balance of our squad in the two positions of midfielder and forward, which actually encompasses our front six,” Kelly said. “We possess lots of returning experience, blended with a mix of eagerness to be dynamic and go after teams. We will be patient and well organized defensively, but in transition, expect to see us explode and run at the opposition.” Schedule Long a staple of the Tennessee soccer program under Kelly’s guidance, the schedule has been constructed to challenge the Big Orange all season long in hopes of preparing them for the rigors of postseason play. UT will face eight squads that received bids into last year’s NCAA Field of 64, including 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. “As always we will have impressive strength of schedule,” Kelly said. “My theory behind scheduling is to set up our out-on-conference competition in order to better prepare us for the grind we always face during the rugged SEC schedule and postseason.” The 2011 regular season gets started with a road trip on Aug. 19 to Lawrence, Kan., to battle Kansas and on Aug. 21 to face Oklahoma in Norman, Okla. Once again the Big Orange will welcome some of the best teams in NCAA Division I soccer to the Regal Soccer Stadium for its annual First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic as Florida, Texas A&M and UCLA are all scheduled to visit Knoxville over Aug 26 & 28. During the event UT will face-off against national powers UCLA (Aug. 26) and Texas A&M (Aug. 28). After playing host to 2010 NCAA Tournament participant Middle Tennessee on Sept. 2, UT ventures to Greensboro, N.C., on Sept 4 for a contest against home-standing UNC Greensboro, also an entrant into last year’s NCAA Field of 64. A season-long, four-match home stand commences on Sept. 9 against Charlotte before the Orange & White wraps up its nonconference slate against Coastal Carolina (Sept. 16). The SEC schedule gets rolling on Sept. 23 against South Carolina, one of five league foes slated to visit Regal Soccer Stadium in 2011, including Florida (Sept. 25), Mississippi (Oct. 7), Mississippi State (Oct. 9) and Auburn (Oct. 23). League road trips for the year send Tennessee to LSU (Sept. 30), Arkansas (Oct. 2), Kentucky (Oct. 14), Vanderbilt (Oct. 16), Alabama (Oct. 20) and Georgia (Oct. 28). The annual SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala., will be contested over Nov. 2-6, while the NCAA Tournament kicks off at selected campus sites on Nov. 11. The NCAA Women’s College Cup will be held in Kennesaw, Ga., on Dec. 2 & 4.


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Kansas Jayhawks

Oklahoma Sooners

Aug. 19 -- Lawrence, Kan. 5 p.m. CT -- Jayhawk Soccer Complex

Aug. 21 -- Norman, Okla. 1 p.m. CT -- OU Soccer Complex

UCLA Bruins

Location ................................................Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment........................................................... 30,102 Colors .................................................... Crimson & Blue Nickname ........................................................Jayhawks Conference ........................................................... Big 12 Home Field (Capacity) ................. Jayhawk Soccer Complex (1,000) Chancellor ............................ Bernadette Gray-Little Athletic Director .....................Dr. Sheahon Zenger

Location ................................................. Norman, Okla. Enrollment........................................................... 30,092 Colors ................................................Crimson & Cream Nickname ...........................................................Sooners Conference ........................................................... Big 12 Home Field (Capacity) ............................OU Soccer Complex (3,500) President ...............................................David L. Boren Athletic Director .............................. Joe Castiglione

Aug. 26 -- Knoxville, Tenn. First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic 8 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium Location .......................................... Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment............................................................36,890 Colors ............................................................Blue & Gold Nickname ...............................................................Bruins Conference ......................................................Pacific 12 Home Field (Capacity) ....................Drake Stadium (11,700) Chancellor ............................................ Dr. Gene Block Athletic Director ........................ Daniel G. Guerrero

Head Coach ..............................................Mark Francis (SMU ‘87) Career Record/Years ....................... 168-125-18/15 Record at Kansas .................................135-99-17/12 Assistant Coaches ....................................Kelly Miller ...................................................................... Jessica Smith 2010 Record .........................................................6-13-0 Conference Record/Finish ................... 1-9-0/11th Postseason .............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................12/9 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/4

Head Coach ........................................... Nicole Nelson (Oklahoma City ‘97) Career Record/Years ...............................55-52-15/6 Record at Oklahoma ................................. 22-33-6/3 Assistant Coaches .................... George Van Linder ......................................................................... Trae Manny 2010 Record .........................................................12-8-3 Conference Record/Finish .................. 5-4-1/T-3rd Postseason ....................................NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................20/4 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3

Head Coach .....................................................B.J. Snow (Indiana ‘00) Career Record/Years ..............................First season Record at UCLA ........................................First season Assistant Coach............................Louise Lieberman ......................................................................................... TBA 2010 Record .........................................................13-8-2 Conference Record/Finish .......................5-4-0/4th Postseason ......................................... NCAA Sweet 16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 11/7 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................7/4

Media Contact .......................Christine Dieckmann Office Phone .......................................(785) 864-7942 E-Mail .....................................................cdieck@ku.edu Website ............................................... KUAthletics.com

Media Contact ........................................ Craig Moran Office Phone .......................................(405) 249-8264 E-Mail ..................................................cmoran@ou.edu Office Fax ............................................. (405) 325-7623 Website ............................................SoonerSports.com

Media Contact ............................. Danny Harrington Office Phone ....................................... (310) 206-8075 E-Mail ............................................... dannyh@ucla.edu Office Fax ............................................. (310) 825-8664 Website ............................................... UCLABruins.com

Texas A&M Aggies

M Middle Tennessee B Blue Raiders

UNC Greensboro Spartans

Aug. 28 -- Knoxville, Tenn. First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic 11:30 a.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Sept. 2 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 7 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Sept. 4 -- Greensboro, N.C. 2 p.m. -- UNCG Soccer Stadium

Location ..................................College Station, Texas Enrollment........................................................... 49,129 Colors .................................................. Maroon & White Nickname .............................................................Aggies Conference ........................................................... Big 12 Home Field (Capacity) .............................. Ellis Field (3,500) President .......................................... Dr. Bowen Loftin Director of Athletics................................... Bill Byrne

Location ........................................ Murfreesboro, Tenn. Enrollment.............................................................. 26,432 Colors ................................................ Royal Blue & White Nickname ..................................................... Blue Raiders Conference .......................................................... Sun Belt Home Field (Capacity) ................... Hayes Track and Soccer Stadium (1,500) President ......................................... Dr. Sidney McPhee Director of Athletics............................. Chris Massaro

Location ............................................Greensboro, N.C. Enrollment........................................................... 18,502 Colors ............................................ Gold, White & Navy Nickname ......................................................... Spartans Conference ..................................................... Southern Home Field (Capacity) ...................... UNCG Soccer Stadium (3,540) Chancellor ......................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Athletic Director ......................................Kim Record

Head Coach .................................................G Guerrieri (Tulsa ‘85) Career Record/Years ....................... 319-102-21/20 Record at Texas A&M ........................303-90-21/18 Assistant Coaches ......................... Phil Stephenson ................................................................Lori Stephenson 2010 Record .........................................................15-5-3 Conference Record/Finish .......................8-1-1/1st Postseason ..............................NCAA Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..................... 11/11 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/7

Head Coach ............................................. Aston Rhoden (Alabama-Huntsville ‘89) Career Record/Years .......................... 146-110-20/14 Record at Middle Tennessee .............. 107-60-19/9 Assistant Coach......................................Michael Baker ................................................................Allison Whitworth 2010 Record ............................................................13-9-2 Conference Record/Finish ........................9-2-0/2nd Postseason .......................................NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...........................14/9 Starters Returning/Lost .......................................... 8/3

Head Coach ........................................... Steve Nugent (Florida Atlantic ‘96) Career Record/Years ............................. First season Record at UNCG ...................................... First season Assistant Coaches ............................ Sandy Davison .......................................................................... Jamie Corti 2010 Record .........................................................19-2-1 Conference Record/Finish .................... 11-0-0/1st Postseason ....................................NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................15/9 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 5/6

Media Contact ................................ Meredith Collier Office Phone .......................................(979) 862-5452 E-Mail ..........................mcollier@athletics.tamu.edu Office Fax .............................................(979) 845-6825 Website ..........................................AggieAthletics.com

Media Contact ......................................... Travis Woods Office Phone ..........................................(615) 898-5270 E-Mail ...............................woods@goblueraiders.com Office Fax ................................................(615) 898-5626 Website ............................................ GoBlueRaiders.com

Media Contact ..............................................Phil Perry Office Phone .......................................(336) 334-5615 E-Mail ............................................ pdperry@uncg.edu Office Fax .............................................(336) 334-3182 Website ........................................ UNCGSpartans.com

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2011 LADY VOL OPPONENTS South Carolina Gamecocks

Sept. 9 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 7 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Sept. 16 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 7 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Sept. 23 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 7 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Head Coach ................................................John Cullen (UNC Charlotte ‘93) Career Record/Years .............................145-41-18/9 Record at Charlotte ...................................... 32-8-2/2 Assistant Coaches ...............................Sarah Denton ...................................................................Cory Alexander 2010 Record ..........................................................16-5-0 Conference Record/Finish ................... 8-1-0/T-1st Postseason ............................................................. None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................17/12 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................6/5

Head Coach ................................................Paul Hogan (Charleston ‘95) Career Record/Years ................................. 35-17-7/3 Record at Coastal Carolina ................ First season Assistant Coach................................ Rich Stoneman 2010 Record .........................................................10-8-2 Conference Record/Finish ...................6-2-1/T-1st Postseason .............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..................... 14/14 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 6/7

Head Coach ........................................... Shelley Smith (Vermont ‘93) Career Record/Years ....................... 156-107-30/14 Record at South Carolina ................115-72-28/10 Assistant Coaches ................................. Jamie Smith ........................................................................ Mat Cosgriff 2010 Record .........................................................15-6-4 Conference Record/Finish ............8-2-1/2nd East Postseason ..............................NCAA Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................21/9 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 7/4

Media Contact .......................................Brent Stastny Office Phone ....................................... (704) 687-6313 E-Mail ...........................................bmstastn@uncc.edu Website ......................................... Charlotte49ers.com

Media Contact ............................................ Cody Bays Office Phone .......................................(843) 349-6467 E-Mail .............................................cbays@coastal.edu Office Fax .............................................(843) 349-2819 Website ........................................... GoCCUSports.com

Media Contact .................................... Miquel Jacobs Office Phone .......................................(803) 777-1516 E-Mail ..............................jacobsm2@mailbox.sc.edu Office Fax .............................................(803) 777-2967 Website .................................. GamecocksOnline.com

Florida Gators

LSU Tigers

Arkansas Razorbacks

Sept. 25 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 2 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Sept. 30 -- Baton Rouge, La. 7 p.m. CT -- LSU Soccer Complex

Oct. 2 -- Fayetteville, Ark. 1 p.m. CT -- Lady’Back Field

Location ............................................... Gainesville, Fla. Enrollment........................................................... 48,784 Colors ......................................................Orange & Blue Nickname ..............................................................Gators Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ................ James G. Pressly Stadium (4,500) President .......................................Dr. Bernie Machen Athletic Director .................................. Jeremy Foley

Location .............................................Baton Rouge, La. Enrollment............................................................28,771 Colors ........................................................Purple & Gold Nickname ...........................Tigers or Fighting Tigers Conference ............................................. Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ........ LSU Soccer Complex (2,197) Chancellor ................................Dr. Michael V. Martin Athletic Director ......................................... Joe Alleva

Location .............................................Fayetteville, Ark. Enrollment........................................................... 21,406 Colors ................................................. Cardinal & White Nickname .................................................... Razorbacks Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) .............................Lady’Back Field (1,500) Chancellor .............................. Dr. G. David Gearhart Director of Athletics................................... Jeff Long

Head Coach ......................................... Becky Burleigh (Methodist ‘89) Career Record/Years ..........................365-95-32/21 Record at Florida .................................283-72-26/16 Assistant Coaches ............................... Vic Campbell ..........................................................................Alan Kirkup 2010 Record .........................................................19-2-3 Conference Record/Finish .......................9-1-1/1st Postseason ..............................NCAA Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................17/8 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/3

Head Coach .....................................................Brian Lee (Furman ‘92) Career Record/Years ........................210-119-34/17 Record at LSU ............................................. 64-39-24/6 Assistant Coaches ...........................Debbie Hensley .................................................................. Kevin Dempsey 2010 Record ............................................................8-8-5 Conference Record/Finish .......... 4-4-3/2nd West Postseason ............................................................. None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 17/5 Starters Returning/Lost ..................................... 10/1

Head Coach ..................................................Erin Aubry (Northwestern ‘98) Career Record/Years ...............................41-56-16/6 Record at Arkansas ................................... 13-18-7/2 Assistant Coaches ........................ Christine Liberto .............................................. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 2010 Record .........................................................5-11-3 Conference Record/Finish ...........2-7-2/5th West Postseason .............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..................... 13/12 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 5/6

Media Contact ......................................Mary Howard Office Phone .......................................(352) 331-6964 E-Mail .......................................maryh@gators.ufl.edu Office Fax .............................................(352) 375-4809 Website ................................................ GatorZone.com

Media Contact .........................................Will Stafford Office Phone ....................................... (225) 578-8226 E-Mail ...................................................wstaff2@lsu.edu Office Fax ............................................. (225) 578-1861 Website .....................................................LSUSports.net

Media Contact ..................................Robby Edwards Office Phone .......................................(479) 575-2752 E-Mail ............................................... robbye@uark.edu Office Fax .............................................(479) 575-7481 Website ............................. ArkansasRazorbacks.com UTLADYVOLS.COM

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Location ................................................. Columbia, S.C. Enrollment........................................................... 29,957 Colors ......................................................Garnet & Black Nickname ....................................................Gamecocks Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ............Eugene E. Stone III Stadium (5,700) President ........................................Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director ...................................... Eric Hyman

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Location .................................................... Conway, S.C. Enrollment..............................................................9,400 Colors ...........................................Teal, Bronze & Black Nickname ..................................................Chanticleers Conference .................................................... Big South Home Field (Capacity) ................ Coastal Carolina ..........................................................Soccer Field (1,000) President ......................................Dr. David DeCenzo Athletic Director ...........................Hunter Yurachek

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Location ..................................................Charlotte, N.C. Enrollment............................................................25,063 Colors ...................................................... Green & White Nickname .................................................................49ers Conference ...................................................Atlantic 10 Home Field (Capacity) ............Transamerica Field at the Irwin Belk Center (4,000) Chancellor ............................................Dr. Phil Dubois Athletic Director ................................... Judy W. Rose

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Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

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2011 LADY VOL OPPONENTS Ole Miss Rebels

Mississippi State Bulldogs

Kentucky Wildcats

Oct. 7 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 7 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Oct. 9 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 2 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Oct. 14 -- Lexington, Ky. 7 p.m. -- UK Soccer Complex

Location ....................................................Oxford, Miss. Enrollment........................................................... 18,344 Colors ................................ Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Nickname ..............................................................Rebels Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ..................Ole Miss Soccer Complex (1,500) Chancellor ............................................. Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director ......................................Pete Boone

Location ................................................Starkville, Miss. Enrollment........................................................... 19,644 Colors .................................................. Maroon & White Nickname ......................................................... Bulldogs Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) .........................MSU Soccer Field (500) President .....................................Dr. Mark E. Keenum Athletic Director ................................. Scott Stricklin

Location ................................................. Lexington, Ky. Enrollment........................................................... 28,000 Colors ......................................................... Blue & White Nickname ..........................................................Wildcats Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) .............................UK Soccer Complex (1,500) President ............................................Dr. Eli Capilouto Athletic Director ...............................Mitch Barnhart

Head Coach ..........................................Matthew Mott (UCF ‘00) Career Record/Years ...................................... 7-9-4/1 Record at Ole Miss ..............................................Same Assistant Coaches .............................Becky Fletcher ..................................................................Rob Thompson 2010 Record ........................................................... 7-9-4 Conference Record/Finish ...........3-5-5/3rd West Postseason .............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................13/7 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/2

Head Coach ....................................... Neil Macdonald (Augusta State ‘97) Career Record/Years ....................... 192-117-15/11 Record at Mississippi State .................43-83-10/7 Assistant Coaches .............................Andy Manners ....................................................................... Myranda Hill 2010 Record .........................................................8-12-0 Conference Record/Finish ........ 1-10-0/6th West Postseason .............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..................... 16/11 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/5

Head Coach ..................................................Jon Lipsitz (North Carolina ‘93) Career Record/Years ............................ 116-50-15/9 Record at Kentucky ................................... 15-17-7/2 Assistant Coaches ..........................Michelle Rayner ...................................................................Aaron Rodgers 2010 Record .........................................................10-7-3 Conference Record/Finish .............4-5-2/5th East Postseason .............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................17/8 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 9/2

Media Contact .................................... Kristen Saibini Office Phone .......................................(662) 915-7896 E-Mail ........................................klsaibin@olemiss.edu Office Fax .............................................(662) 915-7006 Website .......................................... OleMissSports.com

Media Contact ..............................Brock Turnipseed Office Phone .......................................(662) 325-7556 E-Mail ............bturnipseed@athletics.msstate.edu Office Fax .............................................(662) 325-3654 Website .......................................MStateAthletics.com

Media Contact ...................................... John Hayden Office Phone .......................................(859) 257-8429 E-Mail ......................................john.hayden@uky.edu Office Fax .............................................(859) 323-4310 Website ............................................... UKAthletics.com

Vanderbilt Commodores

Alabama Crimson Tide

Auburn Tigers

Oct. 16 -- Nashville, Tenn. 1 p.m. CT -- Vanderbilt Soccer Complex

Oct. 20 -- Tuscaloosa, Ala. 7 p.m. CT -- Alabama Soccer Stadium

Oct. 23 -- Knoxville, Tenn. 1 p.m. -- Regal Soccer Stadium

Location ...............................................Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment.............................................................. 6,738 Colors .......................................................... Black & Gold Nickname ................................................Commodores Conference ............................................. Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ..............Vanderbilt Soccer Complex (2,400) Chancellor ....................................Nicholas S. Zeppos Vice Chancellor (Athletics) ....... David Williams II

Location ...............................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment............................................................32,023 Colors ..................................................Crimson & White Nickname .................................................Crimson Tide Conference ............................................. Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ................. Alabama Soccer Stadium (1,500) President .......................................... Dr. Robert E. Witt Athletic Director ........................................Mal Moore

Location ..................................................... Auburn, Ala. Enrollment........................................................... 24,602 Colors ...............................Burnt Orange & Navy Blue Nickname ...............................................................Tigers Conference .............................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) ................... Auburn Soccer Complex (1,500) President ................................................Dr. Jay Gogue Athletic Director ........................................Jay Jacobs

Interim Head Coach ...........................Derek Greene (Tennessee ‘96) Record at Vanderbilt .............................First season Assistant Coach...........................Sebastian Vecchio

Head Coach ...........................................Todd Bramble (Mercer ‘95) Career Record/Years .......................... 103-79-22/10 Record at Alabama .....................................23-28-5/3 Assistant Coaches ...........................Tatum Clowney .......................................................................... Jason Lowe 2010 Record ............................................................8-8-2 Conference Record/Finish ............3-6-2/4th West Postseason ............................................................. None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 18/7 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................8/3

Head Coach .............................................Karen Hoppa (UCF ‘91) Career Record/Years ....................... 200-137-30/18 Record at Auburn ................................136-93-21/12 Assistant Coaches ................................Amy Berbary ............................................................ Keidane McAlpine 2010 Record .........................................................11-8-2 Conference Record/Finish ............5-4-2/1st West Postseason ....................................NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................17/6 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 6/5

Media Contact ......................................... Skip Powers Office Phone ....................................... (205) 348-6734 E-Mail .............................................spowers@ia.ua.edu Office Fax ............................................. (205) 348-8841 Website .......................................................RollTide.com Website ........................................... AuburnTigers.com

Media Contact .....................................Dan Froehlich Office Phone .......................................(334) 844-9803 E-Mail ........................................froehdp@auburn.edu Office Fax .............................................(334) 844-9807 Website ........................................... AuburnTigers.com

2010 Record ..........................................................8-10-2 Conference Record/Finish ............. 4-5-2/6th East Postseason ............................................................. None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................ 18/9 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................5/6 Media Contact ...................................Chris Weinman Office Phone ....................................... (615) 343-0019 E-Mail ..................... chris.weinman@vanderbilt.edu Office Fax ............................................. (615) 343-7064 Website ...................................... VUCommodores.com

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Oct. 28 -- Athens, Ga. 7 p.m. -- UGA Soccer Stadium

Nov. 2-6 -- Orange Beach, Ala. Orange Beach Soccer Complex

NCAA College Cup -- Dec. 2 & 4 -- Kennesaw, Ga.

The NCAA will select 64 teams out of the over 300 schools which sponsor Division I women’s soccer to compete in the 2011 NCAA Tournament. The following 30 conferences will receive automatic qualifications to the field: America East, Atlantic 10, Atlantic Coast, Atlantic Sun, Big 12, BIG EAST, Big Sky, Big South, Big Ten, Big West, Colonial Athletic Association, Conference USA, Horizon League, Ivy Group, Metro Atlantic Athletic, Mid-American, Mid-Continent, Missouri Valley, Mountain West, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Pacific-10, Patriot League, Southeastern, Southern, Southland, Southwestern Athletic, Sun Belt, West Coast and Western Athletic. The remaining 34 teams will be chosen at-large based on their performance throughout the season. The tournament’s first and second rounds will be played at 16 different sites Friday, Nov. 11 and Sunday, Nov. 13, with successive rounds being contested on the weekends of Nov. 18-20 and Nov. 25-27 at campus sites. The annual NCAA Women’s College Cup will be held in Kennesaw, Ga, with the semifinals on Friday, Dec. 2, and the championship match on Sunday, Dec. 4.

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Media Contact ................................... Kate Burkholder Office Phone ..........................................(706) 542-1621 E-Mail .................................. kateburk@sports.uga.edu Office Fax ................................................(706) 542-9339 Website ...............................................GeorgiaDogs.com

2011 NCAA Soccer Tournament

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Head Coach ........................................... Steve Holeman (Wake Forest ‘90) Career Record/Years .......................... 176-130-35/17 Record at Georgia ............................................11-6-4/1 Assistant Coaches .........................................Dan Blank ......................................................................... Robin Confer 2010 Record ............................................................11-6-4 Conference Record/Finish ................5-3-3/4th East Postseason ................................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...........................16/9 Starters Returning/Lost .......................................... 9/2

The 2011 SEC Soccer Tournament will feature the top eight teams from the slate of 12 league squads. The conference is divided into Eastern and Western Divisions. Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt comprise the East, while Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, Mississippi and Mississippi State make up the West. The participants will be seeded one through eight based on conference winning percentage, regardless of division.

LADY VOLS

Location .......................................................... Athens, Ga. Enrollment.............................................................. 34,677 Colors ...............................................................Red & Black Nickname ............................................................ Bulldogs Conference ................................................Southeastern Home Field (Capacity) .......... UGA Soccer Stadium (1,750) President .....................................Dr. Michael F. Adams Athletic Director ...................................Greg McGarity

COACHES

2011 SEC Soccer Tournament

OUTLOOK

Georgia Bulldogs

 FIRST TENNESSEE LADY VOL CLASSIC 2011 Classic Schedule Friday, Aug. 26 5:30 p.m. Florida vs. Texas A&M 8 p.m. UCLA vs. TENNESSEE Sunday, Aug. 28 11:30 a.m. Texas A&M vs. TENNESSEE 1:30 p.m. Florida vs. UCLA

Lady Vol Classic History TEAM CHAMPIONS 1998 North Carolina 1999 George Mason 2000 Xavier 2003 TENNESSEE 2004 North Carolina 2005 Texas A&M 2006 TENNESSEE 2007 TENNESSEE 2008 West Virginia 2009 Kansas 2010 Maryland

MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 1998 Cindy Parlow, North Carolina 1999 Naomi Hines, George Mason 2000 Liz Singer, Xavier 2003 Keeley Dowling, Tennessee (Def.) Lleane Grimditch, Denver (Off.) 2004 Keeley Dowling, Tennessee (Def.) Kayla Lockaby, Tennesssee (Off.) 2005 Melissa Garey, Texas A&M (Off.) Amy Berend, Texas A&M (Def.) 2006 Emily Redberg, Tennesssee (Off.) Jordan Falcusan, Tennessee (Def.) 2007 Kylee Rossi, Tennesssee (Off.) Jaimel Johnson, Tennessee (Def.) 2008 Deanna Everett, West Va. (Overall) Megan Mischler, West Va. (Off.) Greer Barnes, West Va. (Def.) 2009 Lauren Jackson, Kansas (Overall & Def.) Emily Cressy, Kansas (Off.) 2010 Jasmyne Spencer, Maryland

TOURNAMENT RECORDS Shots: 11, Kylee Rossi, UT vs. Illinois, 9/7/08 Goals:

2, most recently by Caitlin McDowell, Maryland vs. Kennesaw State, 8/29/10

Assists:

2, most recently by Ashley Grove, Maryland vs. Kennesaw State, 8/29/10

Points:

6 (2G, 2A), twice, last by Laura Probst, Texas A&M vs. Washington, 9/16/05

Goalkeeper Saves:

12, Jennifer Manis, UCF UCF vs. Minnesota, 8/31/07

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2011 NCAA BRACKET/TV SCHEDULE

 2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT BRACKET

 2011 ESPNU TV SCHEDULE This year, through the Southeastern Conference’s television package with the ESPN family of networks, select soccer matches will be broadcast live on ESPNU. The TV package also includes the SEC Tournament Championship game live from Orange Beach, Ala. Day/Date Sun,/Oct. 2 Sun./Oct. 9 Sun,/Oct. 16 Sun,/Oct. 23 Sun,/Nov. 6

Event Vanderbilt at South Carolina Alabama at Florida Georgia at Kentucky LSU at Florida SEC Soccer Championship Orange Beach, AL

TV Time 3 pm ET 3 pm ET 4 pm ET 2 pm ET 3:30 pm ET

 LADY VOLS ON TV Entering the 16th season of women’s soccer at Tennessee, the Big Orange has appeared in 37 televised matches and holds a 25-9-3 (.716) mark in these encounters. Date Opponent (Network) Result Date Opponent (Network) Result 10/25/98 #25 Georgia (FOX SS) W, 3-2 9/30/05 #11 Florida (FOX SNS) W, 2-1 10/8/99 at Georgia (FOX SNS) L, 1-2 (ot) 10/2/05 South Carolina (CSS) W, 2-1 10/1/00 at South Carolina (CSS) W, 3-0 11/6/05 Auburn (FOX SNS) W, 1-0 10/15/00 #15 Kentucky (CSS) W, 3-2 10/22/06 Auburn (FOX SNS) L, 1-2 (2ot) 10/22/00 Mississippi (CSS) W, 3-0 9/27/07 #12 South Carolina (FOX Soccer Channel) W, 3-2 (ot) 10/19/01 #8 Florida (FOX SNS) W, 2-1 (ot) 9/30/07 #15 Florida (SUN Sports) W, 2-0 10/21/01 South Carolina (CSS) W, 3-1 10/14/07 Vanderbilt (FOX SNS) W, 3-1 9/15/02 at #12 Clemson (CSS) W, 2-0 10/31/08 Georgia (FOX SNS) L, 0-2 11/1/02 Georgia (CSS) W, 2-1 (ot) 11/9/08 vs. Georgia (FOX SNS) W, 1-0 11/10/02 vs. Florida (FOX SNS) W, 2-1 (2ot) 9/20/09 at #25 West Virginia (WVPBS) L, 0-1 9/5/03 at Brigham Young (BYU-TV) L, 0-1 10/4/09 at Kentucky (CSS) W, 1-0 9/28/03 vs. West Virginia (CSTV) L, 0-2 10/11/09 Ole Miss (ESPNU) T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/10/03 vs. #5 Florida (FOX SNS) W, 2-0 10/16/09 #11 Florida (FOX SNS) T, 2-2 (2ot) 10/12/03 vs. South Carolina (CSS) W, 3-2 10/25/09 at Alabama (CSS) W, 2-0 10/31/03 at Georgia (CSS) W, 1-0 10/10/10 at Ole Miss (CSS) W, 3-1 11/9/03 vs. #8 Florida (FOX SNS) T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/15/10 at #13 Florida (SUN Sports) L, 2-4 10/1/04 at #8 Florida (FOX SNS) W, 2-1 (2ot) 10/17/10 at #14 South Carolina (ESPNU) L, 1-2 10/10/04 LSU (CSS) W, 2-1 (ot) 10/24/10 Alabama (CSS) W, 1-0 (2ot) 11/7/04 vs. #8 Florida (FOX SNS) L, 1-2 (2ot) 12

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COACHES MEET THE

ANGELA KELLY preps to start her 12th season at the helm of the Tennessee Lady Vol Soccer program.


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ANGELA KELLY

16th Year at Tennessee/12th as Head Coach From the moment she took over the University of Tennessee women’s soccer program on Jan. 4, 2000, Angela Kelly has shaped the Lady Vols into a Southeastern Conference powerhouse and a force on the collegiate soccer landscape. Before her promotion to head coach, the Big Orange had never advanced to the NCAA Tournament, claimed an SEC Tournament match, collected any of the league’s hardware or been ranked in the final poll of any season. After taking over the program, Kelly took home four consecutive SEC Eastern Division banners, three straight SEC regularseason crowns and four SEC Tournament titles between 2000-08. The Lady Vol boss also owns three SEC Coach of the Year trophies which she collected each year from 2003-05. Over the past 11 years, Kelly has combined strong recruiting, top talent, excellent leadership and team chemistry to create a Tennessee program that has made Lady Vol history and collected numerous accolades, both as a team and individually. Kelly has compiled a 145-77-20 overall record since taking over at Rocky Top, leading the team to four SEC Eastern Division titles, three regular season championships and four SEC Tournament crowns. In her 11 years at the helm, Kelly’s teams have reached eight NCAA Tournaments, mak-

ing five Sweet 16 appearances. Her squads are 10-7-2 in the NCAA Tournament and have been nearly unbeatable at home, winning nearly 80 percent of the time in Knoxville. Kelly has coached six players to All-America status, including three-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American Keeley Dowling. In 2007, Kelly added two more names to the list in NSCAA third-team All-American Jaimel Johnson and Soccer Buzz third-team All-American Kylee Rossi. Tennessee also has garnered 32 All-SEC and 20 SEC All-Tournament Team selections during Kelly’s tenure as head coach. Under Kelly’s tutelage, the Lady Vols also have excelled in the classroom. Over the past 11 years, Kelly’s players have earned 142 selections to the Academic All-SEC Team and SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll, including a program-best 18 in 2003 and 2007. ESPN The Magazine has awarded the Big Orange with 12 Academic All-District IV selections and three of Kelly’s student-athletes with Academic AllAmerica honors. In addition in 2008, Jaimel Johnson became Kelly’s fifth NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-South Region honoree. Despite a 10-9-1 overall record and a 7-3-1 mark in league action in 2010, good enough for third overall in the SEC, Tennessee failed to reap a nod to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season. Tennessee was undone by four one-goal defeats and a 2-5 start to the campaign, a seven-match span that included three ranked teams including #1 North Carolina on the road. Junior midfielder/ forward Chelsea Hatcher led the Lady Vol offense with eight goals and 20 total points on her way to first team All-SEC and second team NSCAA All-South Region accolades. The script for the 2009 campaign didn’t go quite to plan as the Big Orange managed an 8-9-3 overall record and failed to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2000. Included were seven single-goal losses, proof that just a bounce here or there could have made a big difference. There were highlights to mention as senior midfielder/ forward Mick Imgram scored 12 goals, including a league-best eight in SEC contests, on her way to first team All-SEC accolades. Midfielder Amy Harrison scored a pair of goals and

Kelly’s Head Coaching Record at Tennessee

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Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Overall 12-8 11-6-1 18-6-1 17-5-2 17-5-2

Pct. .600 .639 .740 .750 .750

SEC 7-2 7-2 6-2-1 7-1-1 10-1

Pct. .778 .778 .722 .833 .909

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals:

15-6-2 12-7-4 15-5-2 10-11-2 8-9-3 10-9-1 145-77-20

.696 .609 .727 .478 .475 .525 .640

10-1 6-3-2 8-2-1 5-5-1 4-5-2 7-3-1 77-27-9

.909 .636 .773 .500 .455 .682 .721

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Finish Second in SEC East NCAA First Round, Tied for Second in SEC East NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Tourney & East Champions NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Triple Crown NCAA Sweet 16, SEC East and Regular Season Champions NCAA Second Round, SEC Triple Crown NCAA Sweet 16, Tied for Second in SEC East NCAA Sweet 16, Third in the SEC East NCAA First Round, SEC Tournament Champions Fifth in SEC East 3rd in SEC East/3rd SEC Overall Five NCAA Sweet 16 appearances; Eight NCAA Tournament Appearances

dished a team-high four assists in reaping SEC All-Freshman status, while junior goalkeeper Molly Baird made 101 saves and shined in the classroom, earning ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District and NSCAA Scholar AllSouth Region honorable mention honors. The highlight of Kelly’s ninth season was certainly the Lady Vols’ fourth SEC Tournament title. After entering the tournament as the No. 6 seed, Tennessee became the lowest seeded squad ever to capture the title after downing Auburn in the first round, topping LSU in a penalty shootout and getting revenge against Georgia in the final after the Bulldogs’ 2-0 win on Senior Night in Knoxville. Along with the title, the win over Georgia guaranteed Tennessee its eighth straight NCAA Tournament appearance under Kelly. Senior goalkeeper Jaimel Johnson became UT’s first SEC Tournament MVP and joined former All-American and current assistant Keeley Dowling as Tennessee’s representatives in the inaugural Women’s Professional Soccer season. In her eighth season at the helm, Kelly helped bring the Lady Vols to new heights in 2007. After getting off to the best start in program history at 7-1-1, the Orange and White marked its highest ranking in program history at No. 6 in the NSCAA/adidas poll on Oct. 2. After leading the SEC in points and goals during the conference season and helping UT battle for the division and overall titles down to the last game of the regular season, Kylee Rossi became Tennessee’s first two-time SEC Offensive Player of the Year. Though the squad was knocked out of the SEC Tournament in the quarterfinals, it still earned its seventh invitation to the NCAA Tournament and reached its fifth Sweet 16. Following another successful year, the accolades poured in with Johnson, Rossi and Emily Redberg, as they earned NSCAA All-Southeast Region nods and All-SEC honors. The 2006 season saw the Lady Vols make their fourth NCAA Regional Semifinal in five years. Finishing with a 12-7-4 overall mark, Tennessee compiled a 6-3-2 record in SEC play, tying the team for second in the league and second in the East. Ali Christoph became just the second UT player to earn All-America accolades twice in her career, as the Columbus, Ohio, native garnered second-team honors from the NSCAA/adidas and a third-team selection from Soccer Buzz magazine. Christoph also became soccer’s third ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American, picking up second-team honors. Triple Crown Champions Prior to the 2006 season, Kelly made her mark in the SEC, guiding the Big Orange to four consecutive Eastern Division titles, and three straight SEC regular-season and tournament championships. Between 2003 and 2005, the Lady Vols garnered four All-America and two freshman All-America selections, and


HEAD SOCCER COACH

Name: Angela Kelly Birth Date: Oct. 3, 1971 Hometown: Brantford, Ontario, Canada Education: B.S. in Physical Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1994 Coaching Experience: • Head Women’s Soccer Coach, Tennessee, 2000-Present • Asst. Women’s Soccer Coach, Tennessee, 1996-99 • Student Asst. Coach, North Carolina, 1995

REVIEW HISTORY

Coaching Accomplishments: • SEC Coach of the Year - 2003, 2004, 2005 • Sweet 16 - 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 • Eight NCAA Tournament berths • SEC Triple Crown - 2003 & 2005 • Captured first SEC Tournament and regular season titles in UT program history • Has coached 21 All-SEC players and three NSCAA All-Americans

LADY VOLS

In the Beginning Having served as an assistant at the inception of the program for four years, Kelly enters her 15th campaign in Knoxville. She previously arrived at Tennessee in January 1996 after a distinguished playing career at the University of North Carolina under legendary coach Anson Dorrance. As a standout player for the Tar Heels from 1991 to 1994, Kelly earned All-America honors as a senior as well as being named to the NCAA All-Tournament and All-Atlantic Coast Conference teams for three consecutive years. In NCAA Tournaments, Kelly scored eight goals and had four assists to help UNC to four consecutive national championships and an overall record of 97-1-1. During her tenure, the Tar Heels also won four Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season titles, four ACC Tournament titles and were ranked No. 1 in the country each year. A durable and consistent midfielder, Kelly established what was then an NCAA indi-

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The Early Years Rapid improvement over Kelly’s first three years at the helm was capped by an assortment of achievements during the 2002 season, as the Orange and White made its first Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA Women’s College Cup, notched its firsttop-10 finish and claimed its initial SEC Tournament and Eastern Division titles en route to an 18-6-1 overall record. The Big Orange established a slew of single-season records in ’02: victories (18), longest unbeaten streak (nine), longest home winning streak (nine), most overtime matches (nine), longest winning streak (eight) and best home record (9-1), in addition to picking up its first triumphs within both the SEC and NCAA

events. The UT Soccer Complex was also chosen as one of 16 venues for the opening two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, and the home team responded by knocking off Furman (5-0) and No. 22 Cincinnati (2-1). Under Kelly’s tutelage, United States Under-19 National Team captain Dowling became the first women’s soccer All-American in school history when she was honored by the NSCAA/adidas and Soccer Buzz magazine. In addition, Kim Patrick was one of 15 finalists, and the lone SEC representative, in contention for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, awarded to the top player in Division I. In 2001, Kelly directed the Lady Vols to their first-ever appearance in the national rankings and guided the team to its initial berth in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament. In a season filled with highlights, none shown brighter than when Kelly led Tennessee to an upset over eighth-ranked Florida, snapping the Gators’ SEC-record 50-match winning streak. Kelly’s corps of freshmen, rated as the fifth-best incoming class according to Soccer Buzz, spearheaded the squad’s meteoric rise on the national scene. Rookie midfielder Sue Flamini became the first UT player to earn first-team All-SEC honors in her debut season, while Dowling earned secondteam recognition. In Kelly’s inaugural season as head coach, the Lady Vols were 12-8 overall and turned in what was then the most successful performance in the program’s existence. UT was 7-2 in league play, establishing program bests in wins and highest finish, as the Big Orange was second in the Eastern Division and managed the second-best record in the entire Southeastern Conference. Two of Kelly’s standout players in 2000 earned All-SEC accolades for their efforts, with Kelly Berrall becoming the first player in school history to bring home first-team honors.

OUTLOOK

had 12 players named All-SEC, while winning five NCAA Tournament matches. Though 2005 looked to be a rebuilding year, Kelly’s fifth-ranked recruiting class stepped in and picked up where the 2004 squad had left off. The team compiled a 10-1 conference record and took home the Lady Vols’ second SEC “Triple Crown,” winning the Eastern Division, SEC and SEC Tournament titles in 2005. The Big Orange capped the season with a fifth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament, All-America honors for Ali Christoph and freshman All-America honors for Kylee Rossi. Seven seniors led a talented squad to a 175-2 mark and a third straight SEC Eastern Division title in 2004. The Lady Vols followed their second consecutive regular season conference crown with a trip to the NCAA Sweet 16. Kelly took home a second straight SEC Coach of the Year award and had a program-best seven players earn All-SEC honors. Senior defender Keeley Dowling capped an impressive collegiate career with her third NSCAA/adidas and Soccer Buzz All-America selection, while five of her counterparts earned All-Central Region honors. Meanwhile, senior Kayla Lockaby and junior Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart made more history, earning the program’s first ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors. En route to the program’s first-ever SEC Triple Crown in 2003 and its second straight Sweet 16 appearance, Kelly’s squad put together a program-best 12-match unbeaten streak which began with an upset of fifthranked Florida and ended in the NCAA Sweet 16 on Nov. 22. A solid defensive corps that posted 12 shutouts on the season was anchored by Dowling, a first-team All-American and the Lady Vols’ first SEC Defensive Player of the Year. Dowling became the first player from the Rocky Top to earn consecutive AllAmerica honors. Kelly took home her first SEC Coach of the Year honors, while Tennessee earned three All-SEC selections and put four players on the All-Tournament Team. Meanwhile, off the pitch, 18 of Kelly’s student-athletes were named to the 2003 SEC Academic Honor Roll, a new program standard.

Playing Accomplishments: • Four-time NCAA Champion at North Carolina • Soccer News first-team All-American - 1994 • Three-time NCAA All-Tournament selection • Three-time All-ACC choice • Canadian National Team member - 1989-96 • Third woman inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame

vidual career record for matches played (99) and started (94) at UNC. Upon her graduation, she also ranked 11th in Tar Heel history with 38 career goals, was 12th in scoring with 103 points and 18th in career assists with a total of 27. In August 2002, she was selected as one of 50 members of the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Women’s Soccer Team. Following her illustrious collegiate career, Kelly served as a student assistant coach with the ‘Heels in 1995. Kelly also gained extensive experience on the international level as a nine-year member of the Canadian National Team. On May 11, 2004, she became one of 11 new inductees to The Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame in Vaughan, Ontario. Just the third woman to be inducted into the prestigious shrine, Kelly earned 29 international caps for Canada during her playing career. One highlight for the midfielder was starting every game during the 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Sweden. In addition, she participated in the W-League for two seasons for the Raleigh Wings, capturing a pair of national championships in 1998 and 1999. Kelly hails from Brantford, Ontario, but is a native of Scotland. She earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education with an emphasis in psychology from UNC in 1994. She lives in Knoxville with her 10-year-old golden retriever, Jake.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

JOE KIRT

 THE KIRT FILE Name: Joseph Kirt Hometown: Brookfield, Wis. Education: B.A. in International Studies University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 1998 Coaching Experience: • Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach, • University of Tennessee, 2007-present • Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach, University of Houston, 2000-05 • Director of Goalkeeping, Texas Soccer Club Challenge, 2005-07 • Director of Goalkeeping, Texas Premier Football Club, 2000-04

Fifth Year at Tennessee Joe Kirt returns for his fifth season as Tennessee’s goalkeeper coach alongside head coach Angela Kelly and fellow assistant Keeley Dowling. Kirt will continue his duties training goalkeepers, as well as coordinating travel, recruiting and soccer camps. During his first four seasons with the Lady Vols, Kirt has overseen starting goalkeepers Molly Baird and Jaimel Johnson. As the primary starter between the pipes in 2009 and 2010, Baird posted 19 career victories and 12 solo shutouts (both totals rate fourth all-time in UT history) with 187 total saves (fifth all-time in UT history) and a 1.30 goals-against-average. Johnson became Tennessee’s first keeper to earn All-America status, collecting third team honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and an honorable mention from Soccer Buzz. Under Kirt’s tutelage, Johnson set a UT single season record with 111 saves in 2007 and earned back-to-back All-SEC honors. In 2008, Johnson became the first Lady Vol to earn SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player honors after holding opponents to just two goals and stopping two penalty kicks in a shootout with LSU in the semifinals. Johnson finished her career among the top three in all seven UT career goalkeeping statistics and capped her senior season as the No. 70 pick in the inaugural Women’s Professional Soccer draft. Along with Kelly and Dowling, Kirt helped lead Tennessee to its eighth straight NCAA Tournament appearance and its fourth SEC Tournament title in 2008. The Orange and White posted six shutouts and recorded a 1.23 goals against average during Kirt’s second year on staff, shutting out two opponents in the SEC Tournament and topping two ranked teams in the regular season. The 2007 season saw Kirt coach Johnson and the UT defense to 11 shutouts, a 0.88 goals against average and a new program record 457-minute shutout streak. The Lady Vol defense became a nearly immovable force at home, giving up just three goals in nine matches and shutting out the final six opponents it faced at Regal Stadium in 2007, including two NCAA Tournament matches. In his first year, Kirt helped Kelly and former Lady Vol assistant coach Jen Laughridge Grubb take the Orange and White to its seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament and its fifth NCAA Sweet 16. The three saw Tennessee reach its highest ranking in program history at No. 6 and nearly take home its fifth SEC overall and divisional titles, battling Georgia and Florida to the final day of the regular season. The Lady Vols also tied their record with 18 Academic All-SEC and Freshman Academic Honor Roll selections, and had two ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV honorees. Kirt joined the Lady Vol staff in July 2007 after spending three years as the Director of Goalkeeping for the Texas Soccer Club’s Challenge, a youth soccer organization, located in Houston, Texas, com-

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Coaching Accomplishments: • Tennessee earned its highest ranking in program history in 2007 • Jaimel Johnson became first Lady Vol keeper to earn All-America status • Challenge won 14 Texas state championships during his tenure • Challenge ranked No. 14 in the nation in 2005 Soccer America club rankings • Texas Premier ranked among top 25 in the country Playing Accomplishments: • Three-time letterwinner with Wisconsin-Oshkosh • 1997 team captain • Led team to a 13-5-1 record in 1997 • Wisconsin Intercollegiate Coaches Association first-team selection in 1997 prised of 29 girls’ soccer teams. As the Director of Goalkeeping for the Challenge, Kirt trained goalkeepers from each of the 29 teams and assisted in the scheduling and management of all tournaments for the club. During his tenure, the Challenge won a total of 14 state championships and earned a No. 14 national ranking from Soccer America magazine in 2005. Prior to his time with the Challenge, Kirt was an assistant coach with the University of Houston under head coach Bill Solberg from 2000-05. With the Cougars, Kirt supervised training for goalkeepers, arranged team travel, oversaw all aspects of the university’s soccer camps and acted as recruiting coordinator. At Houston, Kirt worked with Solberg to help build the program that was created in 1997. Under Kirt’s tutelage the Cougars garnered 13 All-Conference USA and Conference USA All-Freshman selections, while UH goalkeepers compiled 20 shutouts during his five years. During his time at Houston, Kirt also worked as the Director of Goalkeeping and as a professional trainer for the 48 youth teams that are a part of the Texas Premier Football Club. Kirt acted as the college liaison for the club that won a South Texas Youth State Championship and was ranked among the top 25 clubs in the country. Before working as a coach, Kirt used his education in international studies in his position as a scheduler for Fiserv, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wis. There, Kirt assisted with client services and designed and implemented business software. Prior to joining the professional ranks, Kirt earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in international studies in 1998 from Wisconsin-Oshkosh, where he played hockey and soccer. As a member of the Titans’ soccer team, Kirt earned three varsity letters playing in goal. As a senior captain in 1997, he led the team to a 13-5-1 record, capping the season with a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Coaches Association First Team selection. A native of Brookfield, Wis., Kirt holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America national goalkeeping diploma. Joe, his wife Susan, a seventh-grade teacher, and son Landon (born June 4, 2010) were married in the spring of 2007 and reside in Knoxville.


ASSISTANT COACHES

HISTORY

Vol. Asst. Coach Seventh Year at UT

A former collegiate and professional goalkeeper and women’s assistant soccer coach at Cornell University, Hemant Sharma has long added his talent and experience to head coach Angela Kelly’s staff as a volunteer assistant. During his playing career at Cornell, the Short Hills, N.J., native was chosen both AllIvy league and All-Region while participating in two NCAA Tournaments and playing on an Ivy league championship team in 1995. He set a school record for shutouts in a season and was ranked No. 2 in NCAA Division I in goals-against-average in 1996. Sharma proved equally adept in the classroom as he was a member of the Dean’s List and the winner of the prestigious James E. Rice writing prize. He was a first-round draft pick of the Buffalo Blizzard of the National Professional Soccer League and the Arizona Thunder of the World Indoor Soccer League and played five years of pro indoor soccer. The two leagues

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Keeley Dowling, one of the most decorated student-athletes in Tennessee soccer history, began her coaching career for her alma mater in 2008 and is now in her fourth season. Dowling joins the staff of her former head coach Angela Kelly and fifth-year assistant Joe Kirt on the sidelines. Between her first and second years at Tennessee, Dowling became a professional champion as Sky Blue FC won the Women’s Professional Soccer title, with Dowling scoring the eventual winning goal during a 1-0 semifinal victory. As a result of her efforts, she and her teammates received the opportunity to visit the White House in the summer of 2010 to be honored by U.S. President Barack Obama. She has since moved on to continue her pro career with the WPS’ Atlanta Beat. In her first year as an assistant (2008), Dowling helped guide the Lady Vols to their eighth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and fourth SEC Tournament title. Along with Kirt, Dowling helped coach a

professionally in Sweden. Dowling brings international experience to the sidelines as well. As a captain on the U.S. Under-19 National Team, Dowling earned a gold medal at the FIFA World Championships in 2002. Two years later, she helped the U.S. U-21s to a gold medal in the Nordic Cup. In 2007, she was one of 35 players selected to compete for a spot on the national team roster for the Algarve Cup in Portugal and competed for a spot on the roster for the 2008 Olympic Games. Though she did not make final cuts, Dowling signed a contract with U.S. Soccer in March, giving her an automatic invitation to any national team tryouts for the next year. Dowling completed coursework for her Bachelor of Science in education with an emphasis on exercise science in December 2005. During her time at UT, Dowling was named Academic All-SEC three times.

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Fourth Year at Tennessee

young backline that was comprised of just one upperclassman and two returning starters. Under Dowling’s guidance, Grace Cuenin made the transition from rarely used forward to solid center back starting 17 matches in 2008. During the offseason, Dowling played for Sky Blue FC of the WPS. After signing a contract following her selection as the eighth overall pick of the WPS Allocation Draft in October 2008, Dowling earned a spot as a starter on the backline for Sky Blue, joining U.S. Women’s National Team members Christie Rampone, Heather O’Reilly and Natasha Kai on the roster. Prior to joining the Lady Vol staff, Dowling filled in for former assistant Jen Laughridge Grubb on the sidelines after Grubb gave birth to her first child on Nov. 13, 2007. Dowling served as Tennessee’s interim assistant coach from the opening rounds of the 2007 NCAA Tournament through the end of Grubb’s maternity leave. A native of Carmel, Ind., Dowling earned three consecutive All-America selections during her playing career at Tennessee (200104), helping the Lady Vols to their first Sweet 16 appearance in 2002. As the program’s first All-American, Dowling guided UT to a 63-22-6 overall record while wearing the Orange and White. Between 2001-04, she picked up AllAmerica honors from four different organizations, was named Central Region Player of the Year twice (2003-04), earned four selections to the All-Central Region Team and took home back-to-back Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year awards (2003-04). Dowling was also a four-time AllSEC selection and a two-time National Player of the Year semifinalist. During her time, Dowling made her mark on the Lady Vol record books, finishing her career with 25 goals, 15 assists, 65 points, 89 games played and 89 games started. Today, she still remains in the career top 10 at Tennessee in matches played and started, points and goals. After exhausting her eligibility, Dowling spent one season as a student assistant coach under Kelly before playing for the United Soccer League’s Carolina Hawks and

OUTLOOK

KEELEY DOWLING

Name: Keeley Dowling Birth Date: February 17, 1983 Hometown: Carmel, Ind. Education: B.S. in Exercise Science University of Tennessee, 2005 Coaching Experience: • Assistant Coach 2008-present • Interim Assistant Coach, University of Tennessee, 2007-08 • Student Assistant Coach, University of Tennessee, 2005 Coaching Accomplishments: • Helped UT to two NCAA Tournament wins as interim assistant coach in 2007 Playing Accomplishments: • Four-year letterwinner with Tennessee • Three-time NSCAA All-American • Tennessee’s first All-American • Two-time M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Finalist • Two-time SEC Defensive Player of the Year • Four-time All-SEC • 2004 U.S. U-21 National Team member • 2004 Nordic Cup gold medalist • 2002 U.S. U-19 National Team captain • 2002 FIFA U-19 World Championships gold medalist • 2009 WPS Champion with Sky Blue FC

later combined to become the Major Indoor Soccer League. Following his pro playing career, Sharma nabbed a position at his alma mater as an assistant coach for the Cornell women’s squad (2001). He earned special commendations from the Buffalo, N.Y., and Gulfport, Miss., mayor’s offices for outstanding community service in helping to establish an inner-city youth soccer program in the area in 2001. Sharma has helped to coordinate the Lady Vol Soccer team’s involvement in TOPSOCCER, which is a program for disabled athletes. Sharma is a 1997 graduate of Cornell University, with a bachelor of arts in English. He received a PhD in Political Science from the University of Tennessee in the summer of 2009, and was the first recipient of the University of Tennessee’s Otis Stephens Fellowship, granted for excellence in the study of American politics.

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EMILY DOWD 5-6 -- SENIOR -- F GAINESVILLE, FLA. -GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 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 Tennessee since Mick Imgram during the 2009 campaign during UT’s 4-2 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 at 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 minute against 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

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at 39:58 to grant UT a 1-0 lead over Memphis (9/11) delivered 1) and dd li d her third helper of the year on Imgram’s match-winning score to down Western Carolina (9/13)...Assisted on Jayden Barrett’s game-winning 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 200305…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 Sun’s “Players of the Decade.” 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 Williams (Florida), 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, GWG 19…Emily Alyssa Dowd was born on Jan. 17, 1990, 0 in Gainesville, Fla….Her parents are Don and Lisa 0 Dowd...Recipient of the Linda Evers Women’s Ath1 letic Endowed Scholarship. 1 GWG 0 0 1 1


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CHELSEA HATCHER 5-7 -- SENIOR -- M/F CINCINNATI, OHIO -SEVEN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL 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 single-season 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 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.

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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 AllFreshman 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 allconference selection in her final two seasons with the Stingers…Plays AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Tied Jayden Barrett for second on the team her club soccer with IMG Academy in Florida, the No. 1 club team in the in goals with three while playing in 17 matches (15 starts) in 2009, includ- country…Led the squad to three Florida State Cup titles…Was a member ing all 11 during Southeastern Conference action...Fired a squad-best 76 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 varsity cheerleader and played club volleyball...Was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars and the Latin, Spanish and Service Clubs at Seven Hills…Was a four-year Dean’s List OVERALL honoree. Year GP/GS G A P Sh. GWG 2008 21/10 0 1 1 43 0 PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences…In2009 17/15 3 1 7 76 1 terested in pursuing a degree in political science and Eng2010 20/20 8 4 20 105 2 lish...Played club soccer alongside fellow Lady Vols Emily Shore and Emily Dowd…Father, Billy Hatcher, is the first Totals 58/45 11 6 28 224 3 base coach for the Cincinnati Reds and played outfield in the major leagues with the Reds, Cubs, Astros, Pirates, Red SEC Sox, Phillies and Rangers…Brother, Derek, 23, was a deYear GP/GS G A P Sh. GWG fensive back for the University of Richmond football team, 2008 11/5 0 0 0 22 0 the 2008 NCAA FCS National Champions…Chelsea Ryan 2009 11/10 2 1 5 58 1 Hatcher was born on April 3, 1990, in Houston, Texas… 2010 11/11 5 1 11 61 1 Her parents are Billy and Karen Hatcher...Recipient of the Totals 33/26 7 2 16 141 2 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 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.

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 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

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GP/GS 20/9 14/10 4/0 38/19

G 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0 1

P 1 0 0 1

Sh. 2 0 1 3

GWG 0 0 0 0

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GP/GS 11/3 6/2 2/0 19/5

G 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0 1

P 1 0 0 1

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CHELSEA KEPHART 5-6 -- SENIOR -- D CUMMING, GA. -SOUTH FORSYTH HIGH SCHOOL/GA. SOUTHERN 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 Jacksonville (Sept. 6)…Served as a Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative during her sophomore season.

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.

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

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GP/GS 18/18 18/18 14/11 50/47

G 0 1 0 1

A 1 0 0 1

P 1 2 0 3

Sh. 10 19 4 33

GWG 0 0 0 0

SEC Year 2010

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A 0

P 0

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LARA LANGWORTHY 5-7 -- SENIOR -- M/F MURFREESBORO, TENN. -BRENTWOOD ACADEMY 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).

onship in 2006…Served as a captain in 2007…Wass forced to sit o 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.

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.

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.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Saw action in 16 matches as a rookie, 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 champi-

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A 0 1 0 1

P 0 1 0 1

Sh. 4 10 3 17

GWG 0 0 0 0

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GP/GS 8/3 11/10 4/2 23/15

G 0 0 0 0

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EMILY SHORE 5-5 -- SENIOR -- M GAINESVILLE, FLA. -OAK HALL HIGH SCHOOL 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 two-match 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 minutes against #11 Florida (10/16) and #5 South Carolina (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 ec ti e A demi 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 Williams and 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 Gainesville…Daughter of Fred and Kelly Shore...Recipient of the A. Dean & Ann Skadberg Fund for Student-Athlete Academic Excellence.

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OVERALL Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 19/9 19/14 20/19 58/42

G 0 0 1 1

A 0 1 5 6

P 0 1 7 8

Sh. 5 17 16 38

GWG 0 0 0 0

SEC Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 11/7 11/9 11/11 33/27

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 4 4

P 0 0 4 4

Sh. 5 12 9 26

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KYLIE BONO 5-8 -- JUNIOR -- M YORBA LINDA, CALIF. -ESPERANZA HIGH SCHOOL 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. 19-Oct. 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 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 seasonopening, 3-0 rout of Western Kentucky (8/20).

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year letterwinner at Esperanza E 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. 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.

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.

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GP/GS 16/5 20/20 36/25

G 0 5 5

A 0 3 3

P 0 13 13

Sh. 8 54 62

GWG 0 3 3

SEC Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 8/0 11/11 19/11

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A 0 1 1

P 0 7 7

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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.

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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)... Was a big contributor on defense during UT’s shutout skein of 323:36 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.

2007 NSCAA/adidas All-American helped guide Eclipse tto 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.

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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.

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ALI HALL

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

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GP/GS 19/10 11/10 30/20

G 0 1 1

A 2 2 4

P 2 4 6

Sh. 17 11 28

GWG 0 0 0

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GP/GS 11/2 3/2 14/4

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

P 0 1 1

Sh. 5 3 8

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AMY HARRISON 5-6 -- JUNIOR -- M WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA -VINCENT MASSEY COLLEGIATE 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 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.

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. 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.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, native Amy Harrison was a 5-7 midfielder and member of the Canadian Under-17

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OVERALL Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 20/19 19/16 39/35

G 2 2 4

A 4 0 4

P 8 4 12

Sh. 23 24 47

GWG 2 0 2

SEC Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 11/11 11/10 22/21

G 2 1 3

A 3 0 3

P 7 2 9

Sh. 14 20 34

GWG 2 0 2

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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.

HISTORY

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 Southeastern Conference 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.

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.

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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 Tori Bailey at 57:31 to start UT’s 2-1 comeback victory over Richmond during the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic.

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ALEXIS OWENS

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

 OWENS’ CAREER STATS OVERALL Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 18/3 16/2 34/5

G 0 1 1

A 0 2 2

P 0 4 4

Sh. 2 6 8

GWG 0 0 0

SEC Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP/GS 10/3 7/1 17/4

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

P 0 1 1

Sh. 1 1 2

GWG 0 0 0

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JESSICA ROLFS 5-11 -- R-SOPHOMORE -- GK NORMAL, ILL. -NORMAL COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL 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. 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.

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.

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 Roll student at Normal Community H.S., Rolfs also participated in the Spanish Club, Key Club and the ROCS Mentor Program.

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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.

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.

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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.

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RB WYATT

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, 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

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TORI BAILEY 4-11 -- SOPHOMORE -- M/D FENTON, MICH. -FENTON HIGH SCHOOL 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).

by receiving high academic honors (for a 3.75 GPA or above) b ) 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 freshman) at Fenton H.S…On the pitch Bailey has toiled for 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.

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GP/GS 19/9

G 1

A 2

P 4

Sh. 8

GWG 1

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GP/GS 10/1

G 0

A 0

P 0

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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.

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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 for her matchwinning 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).

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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, in Bluefield, W. Va….Her parents are David and Donna Brown...Recipient of the Ned & Lorna Matheny Women’s Soccer Scholarship Endowment.

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GP/GS 18/1

G 3

A 2

P 8

Sh. 22

GWG 2

SEC Year 2010

GP/GS 9/0

G 2

A 0

P 4

Sh. 9

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CAROLINE CAPOCACCIA 5-7 -- SOPHOMORE -- D MEMPHIS, TENN. -ST. AGNES ACADEMY 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). 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 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.

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GP/GS 1/0

G 0

A 0

P 0

Sh. 0

GWG 0

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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.

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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 All-Tournament 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 action as a sub during the season opening 3-0 win over Western Kentucky (8/20).

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SANNA SAARINEN

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.

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GP/GS 17/2

G 2

A 3

P 7

Sh. 15

GWG 0

SEC Year 2010

GP/GS 9/1

G 0

A 1

P 1

Sh. 1

GWG 0

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KAELYN ANGELO 5-4 -- FRESHMAN -- F OAK RIDGE, TENN. -OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 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 semifinalists 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),

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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… 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.

ALISON CLARKE 5-10 -- FRESHMAN -- D WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA -KELVIN HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL/INTERNATIONAL/ CLUB: Joins 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 club accolades are selections as

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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.


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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 siblings including Erin, 19, Christopher, 16, Sophie, 9, Soleil, 5 and 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.

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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.

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CARLEE DIMRY

JULIE ECKEL 5-6 -- FRESHMAN -- GK CORDOVA, TENN. -ST. BENEDICT AT AUBURNDALE HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A goalkeeper out of St. Benedict at Auburndale, Eckel arrives 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 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

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ssee ODP State Te Soccer Team in 2009 & 2010 and was the Tennessee 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. UTLADYVOLS.COM

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ASHLEY HARTERT 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- M MARVIN, N.C. -MARVIN RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 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

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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.

LEXI KRAUSE 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- M PLAINFIELD, ILL. -JOLIET CATHOLIC ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Krause ventures 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 at the Illinois High School Associa-

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tion (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.


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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 Olympic 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.

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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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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 4x800-meter 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

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TYLER LAW

IYANA MOORE 5-6 -- FRESHMAN -- F MARIETTA, GA. -WHEELER HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Joins Tennessee rated both #9 overall in the South Atlantic Region and as a fourstar 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 Championships, to both a 2009-10 USYSA U-16 National League crown 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

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Showcase and Atlanta Cup titles...Her MS Fire Juniors the 2005 ors won th 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. UTLADYVOLS.COM

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ALLIE SIRNA 5-3 -- FRESHMAN -- D SOLON, OHIO -SOLON HIGH SCHOOL 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 enters 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 AllGreater 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

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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.

HANNAH STEADMAN 5-8 -- FRESHMAN -- GK KINNELON, N.J. -KINNELON HIGH SCHOOL 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 18-31, 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

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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 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.


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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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Was a part of the Texas State Team and the Region III camp with the South Texas Olympic Development Program (ODP) from 20062009…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 twomile was 11:08.

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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 (22-1-4)…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…

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6 CHELSEA HATCHER

20 EMILY DOWD

M/F, 5-7, Senior, Cincinnati, Ohio

F, 5-6, Senior, Gainesville, Fla.

A returning first team 2010 All-Southeastern Conference and second team National Soccer Coaches Association (NSCAA) All-South Region selection, the Cincinnati, Ohio, native led the Lady Vols last season with eight goals, 20 points and 105 shots to go along with four assists and a pair of match-winning goals. Hatcher now has 11 career scores and six career helpers.

In 20 matches played during the 2010 campaign, Dowd rated second on the Lady Vol squad in goals scored with a career-high seven. Included were two-score efforts at #25 Arizona State and vs. Chattanooga. The Gainesville, Fla., native now owns 10 goals, five helpers and 25 total points in 60 career matches.

25 CAROLINE BROWN

8 KYLIE BONO

M/F, 5-9, Sophomore, Hershey, Pa.

M, 5-8, Junior, Yorba Linda, Calif.

Brown announced herself with authority during her rookie campaign clad in the Orange & White, totaling three goals and two assists for eight total points. Two of her three tallies were of the match-winning variety as the Hershey, Pa., product recorded the decisive scores in defeating Mississippi State (1-0, 2 OT) and Ole Miss (3-1).

In starting all 20 matches for the Lady Vols during 2010, Bono finished third on the squad in goals (five), assists (three - tied with Sanna Saarinen) and points (13) while posting a trio of matchwinning scores in topping Chattanooga, Vanderbilt and Georgia. With two goals and a helper versus UTC, she also joined Saarinen in registering the first five-point matches for a Lady Vol since Emily Redberg turned the feat back on Oct. 21, 2007.

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EMILY SHORE led the Big Orange with five assists in 2010 while serving as the team’s primary corner kick/set piece taker.


2010 SEASON IN REVIEW Tennessee ventured into the 2010 soccer campaign with the usual The Tarheels flexed their collective muscle by out-shooting the Big Orgoals in mind: to win the SEC Eastern Division, Tournament and regular ange by a 26-6 total (15-3 in shots on goal), although its margin was just season titles and to make a long run through the NCAA postseason to 8-5 during the second stanza, in cruising to a 7-2 victory. Shore registered the College Cup. Unfortunately, despite a 10-9-1 overall record and a her first career goal on a second-half penalty kick conversion (foul drawn third-place finish in the Southeastern Conference’s overall standings at by Dowd) while Hatcher tallied her team-best second score of the cam7-3-1, the Lady Vols script didn’t go to plan as a 2-5 start, during which UT paign on a shot from approximately 35 yards out during the 78th minute. played three top 25 teams including No. 1 North Carolina, and four oneAttempting to rebound from the tough defeat in N.C., the Lady Vols goal defeats undermined a strong late season rally as the Orange & White jetted out west to Tempe, Ariz., for the Sun Devil Desert Classic where UT failed to receive a bid to the NCAA Field of 64 for the second consecutive would face-off against home-standing No. 24 Arizona State and at the season. neutral site versus Arizona. It’s not to say that there weren’t highlights to the 2010 campaign, far Unfortunately for Tennessee, a four-goal outburst over a stretch of from it. Tennessee junior midfielder/forward Chelsea Hatcher became the 12:09 in the second half led the unbeaten Sun Devils to a 4-2 victory. 19th Lady Vol in history to be chosen first team All-SEC and later added The Big Orange led 1-0 from 23:18 into the contest until the 71st minute, National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-South Re- when ASU managed a pair of goals over a 57-second stretch to take a lead gion honors to her résumé after leading the Big Orange in goals (eight), it wouldn’t relinquish. Dowd led the Lady Vol offense by netting both points (20) and shots (105) to go along with four assists. The Cincinnati, goals, including one on a beautiful bending shot from the right wing into Ohio, native also registered match-winning goals to defeat both Western the upper left corner of the net, giving her a team-best three to that point Kentucky (Aug. 20) and Arkansas (Sept. 24). Conference-wise, she finished in the 2010 campaign. Hatcher picked up her second assist of the year on the year tied for fourth in goals and sixth in total points while starting all UT’s final tally, while Brown was credited with her first collegiate helper 20 of UT’s matches. In all five of Hatcher’s eight total goals occurred dur- on Dowd’s goal in the 24th minute. ing league action, including two scores versus No. 13/12 Florida and one Despite out-shooting Arizona by a 16-15 count, including 10-6 on against the No. 14/13 South Carolina. shots on frame, forcing nine saves from UA goalkeeper Ashley Jett and Junior forward Emily Dowd established a new personal career-high at getting the third goal of the season from Hatcher, it wasn’t enough as Rocky Top by knocking home seven goals, while junior midfielder Emily UT dropped a tough, 3-1 decision to UA on a very hot Sunday afterShore guided the Lady Vols with five total assists noon. Hatcher’s goal came off the first career as the squad’s primary corner/free kick taker. assist (and initial career point) from freshman Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono contributed a midfielder Sanna Saarinen at the 87:56 mark. five-score, three-assist docket with three matchHatcher, Saarinen and Dowd, who scored twice winners, while rookie midfielder Caroline Brown against No. 24 Arizona State, were each tabbed contributed three goals (including two matchto the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament winners) and a pair of helpers in her first action Team for their efforts during the weekend. clad in the Orange & White. UT’s losing skid reached four straight, deThe Orange and White also excelled off the spite out-shooting its visitors from Wisconsin by field in 2010, as 13 players earned Academic Alla 20-12 count, including 8-6 in shots on frame, SEC or Freshman Academic Honor Roll status. after a late second half goal by Alexis Owens was The 2010 slate got underway on Aug. 20 in disallowed on an offside call in dropping a 1-0 the friendly confines of the Regal Soccer Stadecision to Wisconsin in front of the fifth largest dium against Western Kentucky. Two scores crowd in Regal Soccer Stadium history (1,744). during the opening 22 minutes of action helped The attendees witnessed a very rough contest set an early tone as the Big Orange out-shot the that saw the head referee whistle for 38 total Lady Toppers by a commanding 23-2 total. UT fouls, 20 against UT, and issue four yellow cards. got goals from Hatcher, who also delivered an Hatcher led the Orange & White with six shots in assist as part of her three-point night, senior the match, Bono was credited with a team-best forward Anna Fisher and Brown. For Brown two shots on goal and Baird made five saves. the tally marked the first of her brief career at The frustrations of the losing streak were let Rocky Top, while fellow rookie midfielder Tori loose in a major way in a Sept. 19 home contest Bailey also recorded her initial career assist on against Chattanooga as the Lady Vol offense Hatcher’s season-opening score. Bono (first caerupted for its second-most goals in a single reer assist) and senior defender Grace Cuenin match in school history during an 8-0 rout of the also recorded helpers during the shutout triLady Mocs. In the process UT also recorded its umph. Tennessee out-shot WKU in the first half, fourth-highest shot total in program annals by 11-1, and by a commanding 12-1 count during out-shooting UTC, 43-6, and tied for the secondthe second stanza. Lady Vol redshirt senior net most assists in a single match with nine. Tenminder Molly Baird was required to make just nessee held a 9-0 advantage on corner kicks and Chelsea Hatcher (2008-present) led the Big Orange offentwo saves in tallying her eighth career solo shuta staggering 24-2 edge on shots on goal. All out between the pipes. sive attack in 2010 with eight goals, 20 total points and 105 23 available players on the Lady Vol roster reFor the 11th time in program history, UT shots to go along with four assists. ceived playing time during the contest. Dowd hosted its First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic, this posted her team-best fourth and fifth scores of time bringing in Richmond, Kennesaw State the season, just barely missing a hat trick late and No. 12 Maryland for the two-day home in the contest. Bono and Saarinen each tallied tournament over Aug. 27 & 29. Unfortunately for the Big Orange, the their initial two career goals at Rocky Top as well as an assist to total five nationally-rated Terrapins managed a pair of scores just 2:15 apart during points apiece during the match. Sophomore defender Ali Hall delivered the opening half to take early control, 2-0. Tennessee managed to cut the her first goal of 2010 and an assist, Harrison registered her first goal of the gap to one at 23:56 on the first tally of the season from Dowd, but saw campaign and Hatcher, Shore, junior defender Molly Delk, junior forward UM register an insurance goal in the 75th minute to seal the triumph. Ashley Owens, Alexis Owens and Brown each were credited with a single Maryland out-shot UT, 14-11, and forced four saves by Baird. assist. Looking to bounce back from its initial defeat of the season, UT The league campaign got started off on a successful note on Sept. ominously fell behind Richmond early in its final First Tennessee Classic 24 as Hatcher scored with just 2:48 left in regulation to rally the Big Ormatch-up as forward Becca Wann scored in the third minute for a stun- ange past Arkansas, 2-1. With the triumph, Tennessee also picked up the ning 1-0 Spider lead. The Lady Vols quickly demonstrated their grit, how- program’s 100th all-time home win. After the Razorbacks jumped out ever, as sophomore forward Alexis Owens dead-locked the count at 1-1 to a one-score lead only 10:45 into the contest, UT got the equalizer at at the 57:31 mark by scoring her first goal of the season. The Lady Vols 16:41 off a header by Bono, her third goal over the Big Orange’s last two didn’t have to wait long to nab the lead as Bailey raced up the middle and matches. Shore and Fisher each registered assists on the Yorba Linda, launched a shot from 22 yards out that looked as if it might travel wide Calif., native’s score. The Lady Vols out-shot UA by a commanding 29-12 left of frame. Everyone, including Bailey and the Richmond goalkeeper, total, including 16-2 over the final 45 minutes, and 10-6 in shots on frame. seemed to let up on the ball thinking it would venture wide, but instead Baird managed five saves in tallying her 12th career victory between the it hit the upright and caromed into the back of the net as the Big Or- pipes. ange erupted in celebration. The Fenton, Mich., native also picked up her On a rainy and cool Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium, team-high second assist of the campaign on Owens’ tying effort. Baird Tennessee (4-5-1, 1-0-1 SEC) and LSU battled hard over 90 minutes of regposted three saves overall to pick up the victory and made an outstand- ulation and 20 minutes of “sudden victory” overtime but settled nothing ing diving stop to bat the shot up and off the crossbar and nullify a UR as the match eventually ended dead-locked in a 1-1 (2OT) tie. LSU forced breakaway effort with 1:05 remaining in regulation. the extra sessions by tying the contest with just 2:58 remaining on the The first road test of the season was a daunting one as the Orange third goal of the season from midfielder Natalie Martineau. Tennessee & White ventured to historic Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C., to face off had a huge “golden goal” scoring chance early in the second overtime on against collegiate soccer superpower and No. 1-ranked North Carolina. a header from the left side by Dowd, but the ball was eventually saved out 50

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Emily Dowd (2008-present) was a dynamic goal scorer for the Big Orange offense during the 2010 campaign, posting seven goals to rate second on the squad in the category. (2001-04) and Kim Patrick (2001-02) for fourth all-time in the category. Shore delivered the crucial corner into the middle during the 97th minute that led to the score as the Gainesville, Fla., native was credited with her team-high fifth assist of 2010. Baird came through with a crucial stop in the second half to preserve the tie, sticking out her right leg to deflect a potential goal away from danger by Auburn’s Mary Nicholson during the 63rd minute down on “The Plains.” For the second straight match the Lady Vols utilized overtime to down its opponent as Dowd’s “golden goal” at 104:33 ended the Big Orange’s 1-0 (2OT) victory over Alabama at the Regal Soccer Stadium. With UT’s triumph over the Crimson Tide and Georgia’s 2-1 home loss to Auburn, the Lady Vols managed to edge past the Bulldogs into third place in the overall league standings in the race for seeding at the annual SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. Dowd’s goal was her seventh of the season, tying the Gainesville, Fla., product for the team-lead in the category with fellow junior Hatcher. As a result of delivering the crucial cross into the middle that resulted in the match-winning score, Hatcher was also credited with her fourth assist of the campaign, improving her squad-best point total to 18. By corralling six saves between the pipes, Baird secured her fifth solo shutout of the year and raised her season-high shutout streak to 225:54, dating back to the second half of the match at South Carolina (Oct. 17). She also came through with a huge save in the 35th minute, reacting quickly to a one-on-one situation against Alabama’s Victoria Frederick near the left post and deflecting a 12-yard blast up and over the crossbar for a corner. For her stellar efforts in the consecutive overtime triumphs over Auburn and Alabama, Baird was tabbed as the SEC Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 25. The league honor marked the second of Baird’s career after previously garnering SEC Defensive Player of the Week accolades back on Sept. 8, 2009, following back-to-back blankings of No. 19 Minnesota and Wisconsin in Minneapolis, Minn. On the night that Tennessee honored the careers of seniors Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin, Tanya Emerson, Melissa Speros, Anna Fisher and Julie Edwards as well as redshirt junior Molly Delk, Tennessee (10-8-1, 7-3-1 SEC) was forced, for the fourth time in 2010, to rally from a deficit to post a victory as Bono’s goal at 67:44 helped guide UT to a 2-1, triumph over Georgia at the Regal Soccer Stadium. With its third straight victory, the Big Orange secured the No. 3 seeding in the SEC Tournament and learned they would face sixth-seeded LSU in Orange Beach, Ala. Bono’s matchwinning goal marked her fifth overall tally while Hatcher dead-locked the contest at the 37:16 mark by recording her team-leading eighth goal of 2010. Saarinen and Alexis Owens were credited with their third and second assists of the year, respectively, on Bono’s winning tally. Between the pipes keeper Baird made five saves in picking up her 19th career victory. Unfortunately for the Lady Vols, a long postseason run wouldn’t materialize as a “golden goal” from LSU forward Addie Eggleston at 97:45 of the first overtime led the Bayou Bengals to a 1-0 (OT) victory over Tennessee (10-9-1, 7-3-1 SEC) during SEC Tournament quarterfinal action on Nov. 4th, in Orange Beach, Ala. The Lady Vols dominated the majority of the contest, out-shooting the Tigers by a commanding 19-8 total and managed a 7-1 advantage on corner kicks. Both squads posted four shots on frame with Brown leading the Big Orange with two. Hatcher launched a squad-best seven overall shots during the contest for Tennessee, and Baird posted three saves in the match while playing all 97:45 between the pipes. Needing an at-large berth to reach the NCAA Field of 64, the call wouldn’t come for Tennessee, despite finishing the season at 10-9-1 overall and third in the SEC standings at 7-3-1, as the Big Orange saw its 2010 campaign come to a sudden close. UTLADYVOLS.COM

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of the goal mouth by LSU defender Kellie Murphy and cleared. The Big Orange out-shot the Tigers 22-17 overall and 8-6 in shots on frame. During the overtime periods UT managed a 10-2 shot differential, including a 7-0 total over the final 10 minutes of extra time. Harrison had granted the Lady Vols the lead at 18:59 by registering her second goal of the year. After delivering her third career match-winning goal in defeating Arkansas and firing off a team-high 17 total shots while helping Tennessee get off to a solid 1-0-1 start in league play versus the Razorbacks and LSU, Hatcher was honored as the SEC’s Offensive Player of the Week for Sept. 27th. In front of 650 fans at the Regal Soccer Stadium, Tennessee continued its solid start to the league campaign and stretched its season-long unbeaten streak to four matches by getting a clutch goal at the 82:04 mark from Bono to down in-state rival Vanderbilt, 1-0. Bono’s goal marked her fourth over UT’s last four matches, while Shore registered her teamhigh-tying third assist by serving the corner kick to the far post that was finished via header for the match-winning tally. UT out-shot the Commodores 13-8 overall and managed an 8-7 advantage on corner kicks in the contest. Baird made a pair of saves between the pipes in picking up her second solo shutout of 2010. On a cold and blustery Sunday afternoon in Knoxville, Caitlin Landis’ goal at 37:43 proved just enough for Kentucky as the Wildcats ended Tennessee’s (5-6-1, 2-1-1 SEC) season-long four-match unbeaten skein by posting a 1-0 victory. In an especially physical contest that saw 28 total fouls whistled (16 on UT), the Lady Vols out-shot the Blue & White, 20-14, and owned a 11-4 advantage on corner kicks but failed to find the back of the net. The Lady Vols did come close on several occasions to locating the elusive equalizer. One of the best opportunities came at 38:10 as Big Orange senior defender Melissa Speros’ long shot hit the woodwork where the left post and crossbar connect before rebounding back into play and being cleared. Locked in a scoreless duel during the second overtime on Fri., Oct. 8, at the MSU Soccer Field in Starkville, Miss., a string of passes from Lady Vol senior defender Tanya Emerson to Shore to Brown resulted in a “golden goal” by the latter at 102:22 as UT (6-6-1, 3-1-1 SEC) downed Mississippi State, 1-0 (2OT). The Big Orange out-shot the hosts by a 27-16 count, including 13-7 in shots on goal, and owned a commanding 6-0 advantage on corner kicks. For Brown the score marked her second of the season and both the first match-winner and “golden goal” of her brief Lady Vol career. Shore tallied her team-leading fourth assist of 2010, while Emerson registered her first assist and point of the campaign. Baird made seven saves in improving to 3-1-1 in league play while picking up her second solo SEC shutout and lowering her conference-only goals against average to 0.56. UT improved to 5-1-1 over its last seven matches and wrapped up a perfect weekend jaunt through “The Magnolia State” by defeating Ole Miss, 3-1, on a 90-degree Sunday afternoon live on Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS) at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium in Oxford, Miss. The Big Orange received the second consecutive match-winning goal of the trip from Brown, the team-leading sixth score of the campaign from Dowd and an “own goal” during the 19th minute from the Rebels in posting the rousing victory. Bono tallied an assist on Brown’s goal for her 10th overall point over Tennessee’s last seven matches. The Lady Vols out-shot the Red & Blue by a 24-13 count, including 11-7 on shots on goal, and posted a commanding 11-5 advantage on corner kicks. Baird registered six saves during the match to pick up her 15th career victory between the pipes. Following her breakout weekend and back-to-back match-winning scores during Tennessee’s (7-6-1, 4-1-1 SEC) unbeaten trip through “The Magnolia State,” Brown was chosen as the SEC Freshman Soccer Player of the Week for Oct. 11th. The league road jaunt continued with a visit to Gainesville, Fla., to take on the No. 13/12-ranked Florida Gators. UF posted three goals over a 4:45 stretch during the first half and held on despite a 15-shot assault from the Big Orange in the second frame to register a 4-2 victory over Tennessee in a high-profile SEC Eastern Division clash that was shown live via SUN Sports. Hatcher scored both goals for the Lady Vols, giving her six for the season to tie Dowd for the team lead. Dowd also registered her first assist of the 2010 campaign on Tennessee’s initial score at the 49:01 mark. The Big Orange out-shot Florida by a 17-11 count, including a staggering 15-5 in the second half, and posted a 7-3 advantage on corner kicks. Despite the team-leading seventh goal of the season from Hatcher on an incredible, 28-yard shot during the 78th minute, UT dropped a tough, 2-1 decision to No. 14/13 South Carolina on Oct. 17 in Columbia, S.C. The Big Orange out-shot the hosts by a 10-6 total, including 4-2 in shots on goal, and posted a 6-4 advantage on corner kicks. For Hatcher the goal marked her third score of the weekend, after finding the back of the net twice during UT’s 4-2 loss to #12 Florida. With Tennessee (8-8-1, 5-3-1 SEC) and Auburn locked in a scoreless duel during the first “sudden victory” overtime on a chilly Thursday night at the AU Soccer Complex in Auburn, Ala., Emerson raced in from well behind the play at 96:27 to register her first goal of the season and defeat the Tigers, 1-0 (OT). With the triumph the Big Orange secured the program’s 13th consecutive bid to the annual SEC Tournament. For Emerson the “golden goal” marked the second of her career, tying her in the UT record book with former Lady Vols Genna Gorman (2004-05), Kayla Lockaby

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Records: Overall: 10-9-1 (7-3-1 SEC) Away: 3-4-0 (3-2-0 SEC) Neutral: 0-2-0

Date 8/20

Opponent WESTERN KENTUCKY

Result W, 3-0

Attend. 606

Shots UT-Opp. 23-2

Saves UT-Opp. 2-5

8/27 8/29

#14 MARYLAND^ RICHMOND^

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1582

6-26

8-1

9/10

at #25 Arizona State#

L, 2-4

487

7-25

9-1

9/12 9/17 9/19

vs. Arizona# WISCONSIN CHATTANOOGA

L, 1-3 L, 0-1 W, 8-0

324 1744 600

16-15 20-12 43-6

3-9 5-8 2-16

9/24

ARKANSAS*

W, 2-1

1148

29-12

5-8

9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10

LSU* VANDERBILT* KENTUCKY* at Mississippi State* at Ole Miss*

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

480 650 1028 347 210

22-17 13-8 20-14 27-16 24-13

5-7 2-2 4-5 7-12 6-8

10/15

at #13 Florida*

L, 2-4

1272

17-11

2-5

10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29

at #14 South Carolina* at Auburn* ALABAMA* GEORGIA*

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

1408 821 1434 1050

10-6 12-14 19-16 13-11

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

11/4

vs. LSU%

L, 0-1 (OT)

1,212

19-8

3-4

Overtime: 3-1-1 (3-0-1 SEC)

UT Goals Chelsea Hatcher Anna Fisher Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Alexis Owens Tori Bailey Emily Shore Chelsea Hatcher Emily Dowd Emily Dowd Chelsea Hatcher --Kylie Bono Ali Hall Sanna Saarinen Amy Harrison Kylie Bono Sanna Saarinen Emily Dowd Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Chelsea Hatcher Amy Hrrison Kylie Bono --Caroline Brown TEAM Caroline Brown Emily Dowd Chelsea Hatcher Chelsea Hatcher Chelsea Hatcher Tanya Emerson Emily Dowd Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono ---

UT Assists Tori Bailey Kylie Bono Chelsea Hatcher, Grace Cuenin unassisted Tori Bailey unassisted penalty kick Caroline Brown Caroline Brown Chelsea Hatcher Sanna Saarinen Ali Hall, Emily Shore Kylie Bono, Chelsea Hatcher Ashley Owens Alexis Owens Sanna Saarinen Molly Delk unassisted Caroline Brown Anna Fisher, Emily Shore unassisted Ali Hall Emily Shore Tanya Emerson, Emily Shore unassisted (own goal) Kylie Bono unassisted Emily Dowd unassisted unassisted Emily Shore Chelsea Hatcher unassisted Sanna Saarinen, Alexis Owens

^ - Tennessee Lady Vol Classic, Knoxville, Tenn.; # - at Sun Devil Desert Classic, Tempe, Ariz; * - SEC games; % - SEC Tournament; Home games in bold

RECORD BREAKDOWN Overall August: 2-1-0 September: 2-4-1 October: 6-3-0 November: 0-1-0

vs. SEC 0-0-0 1-0-1 6-3-0 0-1-0 *

*Includes SEC Tournament

Site Home Away Neutral Totals:

The Lady Vols continued to enjoy strong and enthusiastic fan support during the 2010 season at the Regal Soccer Stadium as over 10,000 fans again watched UT in the friendly confines.

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ATTENDANCE Matches Total 11 10,379 7 6,127 2 1,536 21 18,042

Avg. 944 875 768 859


2010 LADY VOL STATISTICS

A 4 1 3 2 3 5 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 26

MIN 12:42 1848:25 0:00 1861:07 1861:07

Pts. 20 15 13 8 7 7 4 4 4 4 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 97 88

Sh 105 47 54 22 15 16 24 11 8 6 25 8 1 1 0 20 7 4 3 1 0 0 0 378 258

1st 13 19

GOALS BY PERIOD 2nd OT O2 18 1 2 11 1 0

Total 34 31

Team Tennessee Opponents

1st 151 126

SHOTS BY PERIOD 2nd OT O2 202 12 13 119 12 1

Total 378 258

Team Tennessee Opponents

1st 45 46

SAVES BY PERIOD 2nd OT 35 4 60 3

O2 0 2

Total 84 111

Team Tennessee Opponents

CORNER KICKS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd OT O2 49 67 6 3 42 42 0 0

Total 125 84

1st 106 101

FOULS BY PERIOD 2nd OT 123 4 89 2

O2 1 2

SOG 29 18 25 10 10 4 10 2 4 5 10 3 0 1 0 9 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 145 115

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS GA GAA SV 0 0.00 0 31 1.51 84 0 0.00 0 31 1.50 84 34 1.64 111

Team Tennessee Opponents

Team Tennessee Opponents

Sh% .076 .149 .093 .136 .133 .062 .083 .091 .125 .167 .040 .125 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .090 .120

Total 234 194

SOG% .276 .383 .463 .455 .667 .250 .417 .182 .500 .833 .400 .375 .000 1.000 .000 .450 .143 .250 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .384 .446

SV% .000 .730 .000 .730 .766

YC-RC 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-0 13-1

W 0 10 0 10 9

L 0 9 0 9 10

GWG 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

T 0 1 0 1 1

ShO 0 5 1 6 3

HISTORY

G-GS 1-0 20-20 -20 20

G 8 7 5 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 31

REVIEW

Player RB Wyatt Molly Baird Team Total Opponents

GP-GS 20-20 19-17 20-20 18-1 17-2 20-19 19-16 11-10 19-9 16-2 20-15 20-20 19-19 9-0 5-2 16-2 20-13 14-11 8-2 4-0 1-0 1-0 20-20 20 20

LADY VOLS

# 31 0 TM

Player Chelsea Hatcher Emily Dowd Kylie Bono Caroline Brown Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Amy Harrison Ali Hall Tori Bailey Alexis Owens Anna Fisher Tanya Emerson Grace Cuenin Ashley Owens Molly Delk Julie Edwards Melissa Speros Chelsea Kephart Lara Langworthy Hannah Hut RB Wyatt Caroline Capocaccia Molly Baird Total Opponents

COACHES

# 6 20 8 25 17 10 22 9 3 23 7 42 21 14 24 5 33 4 18 15 31 2 0

OUTLOOK

 FINAL LADY VOL STATISTICS

Caroline Brown (2010-present) make quite an impression during her rookie season in the Orange & White, scoring three goals, including back-to-back winners at Mississippi State and Ole Miss on the way to rating fourth on the squad in points (eight). UTLADYVOLS.COM

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MATCH-BY-MATCH SUMMARIES MATCH 1: WESTERN KENTUCKY Fri., Aug. 20, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (606) 1 0 2

W. Kentucky (0-1-0) Tennessee (1-0-0)

2 0 1

F 0 3

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of 606 fans on a clear but steamy night at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., Tennessee managed two scores during the opening 22 minutes of action to open its 2010 campaign with a 3-0 win over Western Kentucky. The Big Orange out-shot the Lady Toppers by a commanding 23-2 total, getting goals from junior midfielder Chelsea Hatcher, who also delivered an assist as part of her three-point night, senior forward Anna Fisher and freshman midfielder Caroline Brown. For Brown the tally marked the first of her brief career at Rocky Top, while fellow rookie midfielder Tori Bailey also recorded her initial career assist on Hatcher’s season-opening score. Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono (first career assist) and senior defender Grace Cuenin also recorded helpers during the shutout triumph. For the Lady Vols redshirt senior net minder Molly Baird was required to make just two saves in tallying her eighth career solo shutout between the pipes. Just a meager 3:33 into the new season, UT’s diminutive Bailey (4’11”) made a run from the left side toward the middle of the 18-yard box, delivering a feed to Hatcher. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native settled the ball and drove a right-footed blast past the WKU keeper for a quick, 1-0 advantage. The Tennessee lead expanded in the 22nd minute as Bono received a feed up the middle and passed to Fisher just inside the 18. The Franklin, Tenn., native, who has returned this season following an injury-filled 2009 campaign, dribbled to the right around a defender and unleashed a drive back across the face of the goal into the lower left hand corner to make it 2-0. A Western Kentucky foul during the 70th minute finally helped to add another tally on the scoreboard for the Big Orange. Off the free kick from approximately 40 yards out, Cuenin drove a ball into the middle that ricocheted off Hatcher to the feet of Brown. The product of Hershey, Pa., blasted the sphere home to make it a commanding 3-0, Tennessee. UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Tori Bailey), 3:33 UT: Anna Fisher (Kylie Bono), 21:11 UT: Caroline Brown (Chelsea Hatcher, Grace Cuenin), 69:42 Goalkeepers WKU - Libby Stout (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

WKU 2 5 6 0 0

Saves 5 2 UT 23 2 4 9 5

MATCH 2: #14/12 MARYLAND Fri., Aug. 27, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,083) #14/12 Maryland (3-0-0) Tennessee (1-1-0)

1 2 1

2 1 0

F 3 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - With a crowd of 1,083 orange-clad fans in attendance on a Friday night at the Regal Soccer Stadium, the Tennessee Lady Vols battled hard but dropped a 3-1 decision to No. 12 Maryland to fall to 1-1 on the young 2010 campaign. The Terrapins managed a pair of scores just 2:15 apart in the opening half to take early control, 2-0. Tennessee managed to cut the gap to one at 23:56 on the first tally of the season from junior forward Emily Dowd, but saw UM register an insurance goal in the 75th minute to seal the triumph. Maryland out-shot Tennessee 14-11 and forced four saves by Lady Vol redshirt senior goalkeeper 54

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Molly Baird. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher led the Big Orange offense with five shots in the match-up. Following sustained pressure from the Terrapins, the scoreless deadlock was broken at 17:37 as Lydia Hastings received a ball about 40 yards out, cut straight up the middle between a pair of defenders and beat Baird bottom left from approximately eight yards to make it 1-0. Just 2:15 later the advantage for UM grew as a cross to the middle of the 18-yard box was settled by forward Ashley Grove. She pivoted and fired successfully into the bottom right of the twine from about 14 yards to make it 2-0. The momentum seemed to swing to Tennessee’s favor as the Big Orange managed three successive shots out front that were blocked. UT managed to keep the ball in the offensive zone and, off a missed clearance by Maryland, the ball ended up at Dowd’s feet. The Gainesville, Fla., native promptly buried it in the net for her first goal of the young campaign to cut the UM lead to 2-1. The Lady Vols came oh so close to tying the score just 1:46 later as Hatcher unloaded a shot on frame that hit the crossbar before skimming over the top for a goal kick. With time running short in the opening 45 minutes, Hatcher received a pass on the left wing (3:30 left), made a nifty move to go right between a pair of Maryland defenders and fired a shot to the far post that trickled just a foot or so wide. The final Maryland score came during the 75th minute as Jazmyne Spencer just managed to squeeze around a Tennessee defender on the left wing and fired low to the far post to finalize the count at 3-1.

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

Saves 0 4 MD 14 0 7 7 3

UT 11 4 8 2 1

Goalkeepers RICH - Melissa Pacheco Andrea Young UT - Molly Baird

Saves 2 6 3 RICH 12 8 6 1 2

1 1 0

2 0 2

F 1 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Despite conceding a thirdminute goal and trailing 1-0 at the halftime break, the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (1-1-0) battled back, behind a commanding second-half effort, to defeat Richmond (1-2-1), 2-1, in front of 556 fans on a hot and sunny Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. Sophomore forward Alexis Owens dead-locked the count at 1-1 at the 57:31 mark by scoring her first goal of the season. Freshman midfielder Tori Bailey not only tallied her first collegiate goal (68:23) and registered her initial career match-winner, but the Fenton, Mich., native also picked up her team-high second assist of the campaign on Owens’ tying effort. UT out-shot the Spiders by a staggering 27-12 count, including a 19-6 advantage during the second 45 minutes. Richmond wasted little time making its presence felt in the contest, getting on the scoreboard just 2:59 into the match. A cross from the left wing by Kat Russell found the feet of forward Becca Wann, who promptly blasted home her team-best third goal of the season from 10 yards out to make it 1-0. During the 23rd minute UT appeared to have dead-locked the score as junior forward Chelsea Hatcher received a pass between defenders in the middle and beat keeper Melissa Pacheco from about 12 yards out. Unfortunately, for the Lady Vols the linesman had his flag up to signal offside on the play and deny the score. The Orange & White finally tied the match at

UT 27 3 10 6 4

MATCH 4: #1 NORTH CAROLINA Sat., Sept. 4, 2010 - Chapel Hill, N.C. Fetzer Field (1,582) Tennessee (2-2-0) #1 N. Carolina (4-0-1)

MATCH 3: RICHMOND Sun., Aug. 29, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (556) Richmond (1-2-1) Tennessee (2-1-0)

RICH: Becca Wann (Kat Russell), 2:59 UT: Alexis Owens (Tori Bailey), 57:31 UT: Tori Bailey (unassisted), 68:23

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

MD: Lydia Hastings (unassisted), 15:22 MD: Ashley Grove (Caitlin McDowell), 17:37 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 23:56 MD: Jazmyne Spencer (unassisted), 74:29 Goalkeepers MD - Yewande Balogun UT - Molly Baird

57:31. Freshman midfielder Caroline Brown ripped a shot towards the right post that was saved but managed to escape the grasp of the Richmond net minder. Bailey hustled in to corral the orb near the end line and crossed to Owens at the far post. The Carmel, Ind., native promptly buried it in the twine from approximately four yards out to tie the score at 1-1. Later, Bailey raced up the middle and launched a shot from 22 yards out that looked as if it might travel wide left of frame. Everyone, including Bailey and the goalkeeper Young, seemed to let up on the ball thinking it would venture wide, but instead it hit the upright and caromed off the surprised keeper’s head into the back of the net as the Big Orange erupted in celebration. With 1:05 left on the regulation clock, Richmond forward Kat Russell got in clear from the left side. She fired a shot to the upper right corner of the net, forcing Baird to dive fully extended in an attempt to make the save. The Raleigh, N.C., product got her fingertips on the ball, pushing it aside just enough that it hit off the crossbar and back into the field of play.

1 0 5

2 2 2

F 2 7

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - On a bright and sunny Saturday afternoon at historic Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C., the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (2-2-0) suffered a 7-2 defeat at the hands of No. 1 North Carolina (4-0-1) as legendary UNC head coach Anson Dorrance picked up his 700th career coaching victory. UNC out-shot the Big Orange by a 26-6 total (15-3 in shots on goal), although its margin was just 8-5 during the second stanza, and managed a 12-1 discrepancy on corner kicks. With UT trailing 5-0, Tennessee junior midfielder Emily Shore registered her first career goal on a secondhalf penalty kick conversion (foul drawn by junior forward Emily Dowd) while junior forward Chelsea Hatcher tallied her team-best second score of the campaign on a shot from approximately 35 yards out during the 78th minute. Senior goalkeeper Molly Baird corralled eight saves in the match while seeing all 90 minutes of action between the pipes. North Carolina took control quickly by scoring four times in the opening 19:27 of the contest. UNC: Kealia Ohai (unassisted), 6:41 UNC: Megan Brigman (Meghan Klingenberg), 9:10 UNC: Courtney Jones (Rachel Wood), 10:12 UNC: Alyssa Rich (Kealia Ohai), 19:27 UNC: Brittani Bartok (Ranee Premji), 41:13 UT: Emily Shore (Penalty Kick), 61:03 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 77:26 UNC: Amber Brooks (Barkley Minton, Rachel Wood), 81:22 UNC: Elizabeth Burchenal (Meghan Klingenberg), 84:29 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) UNC - Hannah Daly (60:27) Amanda Tucker (15:24) Adelaide Gay (14:09)

Saves 8 0 0 1


MATCH-BY-MATCH SUMMARIES UNC 26 1 8 12 1

frame and fired low past Baird for a 1-0 Wildcat advantage. Arizona would eventually lead 3-0 until Hatcher’s late goal at 87:56. ARIZ: Renae Cuellar (unassisted), 1:04 ARIZ: Renae Cuellar (unassisted), 16:22 ARIZ: Jensen Skinner (Renae Cuellar), 56:02 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Sanna Saarinen), 87:56

MATCH 5: #25/24 ARIZONA STATE Fri., Sept. 10, 2010 - Tempe, Ariz. Sun Devil Soccer Stadium (487) 2 1 4

F 2 4

Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (90:00) ASU - Alyssa Gillmore (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 7 9 13 4 0

Saves 9 1 ASU 25 1 9 5 0

MATCH 6: ARIZONA Sun., Sept. 12, 2010 - Tempe, Ariz. Sun Devil Soccer Stadium (324) Arizona (2-3-1) Tennessee (2-4-0)

1 2 0

2 1 1

F 3 1

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (2-4-0) got the third goal of the season from junior forward Chelsea Hatcher, but it wasn’t enough as UT dropped a tough, 3-1 decision to the Arizona Wildcats (2-3-1) on a hot Sunday afternoon at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Tennessee out-shot the ‘Cats by a 16-15 count, including 10-6 on shots on frame, and forced nine saves from UA goalkeeper Ashley Jett in the contest. Hatcher’s goal came off the first career assist (and initial career point) from freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen at the 87:56 mark. Redshirt senior net minder Molly Baird registered three stops during the match for the Big Orange. Hatcher, Saarinen and junior forward Emily Dowd, who scored twice on Friday night against No. 24 Arizona State, were each tabbed to the Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team for their efforts during the weekend. Arizona wasted little time getting on the board with a tone-setting goal just 1:03 into the match as a through ball up the middle found forward and UA leading scorer Renae Cuellar just onside past the UT backline. She broke in clean on

UT 16 3 11 5 3

MATCH 7: WISCONSIN Fri., Sept. 17, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,744) 1 1 0

Wisconsin (2-3-2) Tennessee (2-5-0)

2 0 0

F 1 0

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (2-5-0) out-shot its visitors by a 20-12 total, including 8-6 in shots on frame, and saw a late second half goal by sophomore Alexis Owens disallowed on an offside call in dropping a 1-0 decision to Wisconsin (2-3-2) in front of the fifth largest crowd in Regal Soccer Stadium history (1,744). The Big Orange offense created numerous scoring chances in the attacking third but either just missed the target or had UW keeper Michele Dalton come up with one of her eight total saves to preserve the shutout. The large crowd in attendance witnessed a very rough contest that saw the head referee whistle for 38 total fouls, 20 against UT, and issue four yellow cards. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher led UT with six shots in the match, sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono was credited with a team-best two shots on goal and redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made five saves. Redshirt junior defender Molly Delk, who previously played for Tennessee during the 2008 campaign, was added to the official roster prior to this match and drew 68 minutes of action as a backline substitute. With Tennessee having failed to put away several chances in front of the net, it was the Badgers who struck first at 34:20. Catie Sessions delivered a cross from the right wing into the six-yard box that was headed into the net by forward Laurie Nosbusch. The goal that granted UW a 1-0 lead marked Nosbusch’s team-best second goal of the campaign. With time running short it appeared that the Orange & White had finally found an equalizer. Off a cross from the right wing, Owens took advantage of a bouncing ball in the six-yard box, tallying what appeared to be the tying goal at 81:27. Unfortunately for the Lady Vols, the official had the flag up signaling the play as offside. WISC: Laurie Nosbusch (Catie Sessions), 34:20 Goalkeepers WISC - Michele Dalton (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00)

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

WISC 12 8 18 2 1

Saves 8 5 UT 20 5 20 5 2

F 0 8

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - In front of 600 Orange-clad fans at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., the Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (3-5-0) equaled the mark for the second-most goals in a single match in school history by putting up eight tallies during a commanding 8-0 rout of in-state foe Chattanooga (2-6-0). In the process UT also recorded its fourth-highest shot total in program annals by out-shooting the Lady Mocs, 43-6, and tied for the second-most assists in a single match with nine. Tennessee held a 9-0 advantage on corner kicks and a staggering 24-2 edge on shots on goal. All 23 available players on the Lady Vol roster received playing time during the contest. Junior forward Emily Dowd posted her team-best fourth and fifth scores of the season, just barely missing a hat trick late in the contest. Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono and freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen each tallied their initial two career goals at Rocky Top as well as an assist to total five points apiece during the match. Sophomore defender Ali Hall delivered her first goal of 2010 and an assist, sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison registered her first goal of the campaign and junior forward Chelsea Hatcher, junior midfielder Emily Shore, junior defender Molly Delk, junior forward Ashley Owens, sophomore forward Alexis Owens and freshman midfielder Caroline Brown each were credited with a single assist. Tennessee out-shot Chattanooga 22-2 over the first 45 minutes and didn’t allow a UTC shot until 25:34 had elapsed in the match. The Lady Mocs’ Kelly Downs received her second yellow card of the contest (and as a result an automatic red card) at 31:17 meaning her team was forced to play a woman down for the last 58:43.

HISTORY

UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 23:18 ASU: Alexandra Elston (Holland Crook), 70:55 ASU: Jasmine Roth (Holland Crook), 71:52 ASU: Sierra Cook (unassisted), 75:53 ASU: Karin Volpe (unassisted), 83:04 UT: Emily Dowd (Chelsea Hatcher), 84:52

ARIZ 15 9 11 5 3

Saves 9 3

2 0 4

REVIEW

TEMPE, Ariz. - A four-goal outburst over a stretch of 12:09 in the second half led unbeaten No. 24 Arizona State (4-0-1) to a 4-2 victory over Tennessee (2-3-0) on Friday night at the Sun Devil Soccer Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. The Big Orange led 1-0 from 23:18 into the contest until the 71st minute, when ASU managed a pair of goals over a 57 second stretch (the start of a run of four straight ASU scores) to take a lead it wouldn’t relinquish. Junior forward Emily Dowd led the Lady Vol offense by scoring both Tennessee goals, including one on a beautiful bending shot from the right wing into the upper left corner of the net, giving her a teambest three during the 2010 campaign. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher picked up her second assist of the year on UT’s final tally, while freshman midfielder Caroline Brown was credited with her first collegiate helper on Dowd’s goal in the 24th minute. Arizona State out-shot the Orange & White by a 25-7 count and 13-3 in shots on frame. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird was forced to make nine saves in the match-up, including six during the opening 45 minutes.

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

1 0 4

Chattanooga (2-6-0) Tennessee (3-5-0)

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1 1 0

Tennessee (2-3-0) #25/24 Arizona State (4-0-1)

Goalkeepers ARIZ - Ashley Jett (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00)

MATCH 8: CHATTANOOGA Sun., Sept. 19, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (600)

COACHES

UT 6 8 16 1 3

OUTLOOK

Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT: Kylie Bono (Ali Hall, Emily Shore), 17:48 UT: Ali Hall (Kylie Bono, Chelsea Hatcher), 30:05 UT: Sanna Saarinen (Ashley Owens), 38:10 UT: Amy Harrison (Alexis Owens), 39:17 UT: Kylie Bono (Sanna Saarinen), 45:42 UT: Sanna Saarinen (Molly Delk), 64:29 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 76:50 UT: Emily Dowd (Caroline Brown), 80:41 Goalkeepers CHAT - Taylor Mangrum (64:29) CHAT - Sydney Newberry (25:31) 1 UT - Molly Baird (77:18) UT - RB Wyatt (12:42) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

CHAT 6 16 8 0 2

Saves 15 2 0 UT 43 2 10 9 1

MATCH 9: ARKANSAS Fri., Sept. 24, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,148) Arkansas (3-5-1, 0-1-0 SEC) Tennessee (4-5-0, 1-0-0 SEC)

1 1 1

2 0 1

F 1 2

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Lady Vol junior forward Chelsea Hatcher’s goal with just 2:48 left in regulation proved the difference at the Regal Soccer Stadium as Tennessee (4-5-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) opened its 2010 SEC campaign with a victory and picked up the program’s 100th all-time home win in the process by rallying past Arkansas (3-5-1, 0-1 SEC), 2-1. After the Razorbacks jumped out to a one-score lead only 10:45 into the contest, UT got the equalizer at 16:41 off a header by sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono, her third goal UTLADYVOLS.COM

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MATCH-BY-MATCH SUMMARIES over the Big Orange’s last two matches. Junior midfielder Emily Shore and senior forward Anna Fisher each registered assists on the Yorba Linda, Calif., native’s score. Tennessee out-shot UA by a commanding 29-12 total, including 16-2 over the final 45 minutes, and 10-6 in shots on frame. Each squad managed six corner kicks in the contest, while redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird managed five saves in tallying her 12th career victory between the pipes. With the Big Orange continuing to pressure late with the match tied at 1-1, it fell to Hatcher to deliver in the clutch. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native did just that by firing a blast on goal from about 22 yards out on the right side. The shot bent just past a diving Bernier and snuck in at the right post to grant Tennessee a stunning 2-1 lead with just 2:48 to play. ARK: Ally Atkins (unassisted), 10:45 UT: Kylie Bono (Anna Fisher, Emily Shore), 16:41 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 87:12 Goalkeepers ARK - Britni Williams (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

ARK 12 8 8 6 2

Saves 8 5 UT 29 5 4 6 2

MATCH 10: LSU Sun., Sept. 26, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (480) LSU (3-5-2, 0-1-1 SEC) Tennessee(4-5-1,1-0-1SEC)

1 0 1

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

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - On a rainy and cool Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium, Tennessee (4-5-1, 1-0-1 Southeastern Conference) and LSU (3-5-2, 0-1-1 SEC) battled hard over 90 minutes of regulation and 20 minutes of “sudden victory” overtime but settled nothing as the match eventually ended dead-locked in a 1-1 (2OT) tie. LSU forced the extra sessions by tying the contest with just 2:58 remaining on the third goal of the season from midfielder Natalie Martineau. Tennessee had a huge “golden goal” scoring chance early in the second overtime on a header from the left side by junior forward Emily Dowd, but the ball was eventually saved out of the goal mouth by LSU defender Kellie Murphy and cleared. The Big Orange out-shot the Tigers 22-17 overall and 8-6 in shots on frame. During the overtime periods UT managed a 10-2 shot differential, including a 7-0 total over the final 10 minutes of extra time. Tennessee sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison granted the Lady Vols the lead at 18:59 by registering her second goal of the campaign. The Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, native’s score occurred off the second assist of 2010 from sophomore defender Ali Hall. Senior goalkeeper Molly Baird managed five saves during the contest while her counterpart for the Tigers, Megan Kinneman, was credited with six stops. Tennessee didn’t post its initial shot of the match until the 18:55 mark, but made sure when it did to do so with some quality. After a UT corner kick, Hall eventually headed a ball on frame that hit the crossbar and rebounded back out into the middle of the 18. Harrison raced in quickly to drive home the rebound from about 12 yards and beat Kinneman to grant the Big Orange a 1-0 advantage. With the Tigers pressing hard for an equalizer late in the contest, the ball was looped into the LSU offensive zone during the 87th minute. After ricocheting around in the crowd out front, the sphere eventually managed to venture from Allysha Chapman to Martineau who scored to the right of Baird at 87:02 and dead-locked the scoreboard at 1-1. UT: Amy Harrison (Ali Hall), 18:59 LSU: Natalie Martineau (Allysha Chapman), 87:02 56

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Goalkeepers LSU - Megan Kinneman (110:00) LSU - TEAM UT - Molly Baird (110:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

LSU 17 7 7 5 5

Saves 6 1 5 UT 22 5 11 4 4

MATCH 11: VANDERBILT Fri., Oct. 1, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (650) 1 0 0

Vanderbilt (4-6-1, 0-2-1 SEC) Tennessee (5-5-1, 2-0-1 SEC)

2 0 1

F 0 1

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee (5-5-1, 2-0-1 Southeastern Conference) extended its seasonlong unbeaten streak to four matches after getting a clutch goal at the 82:04 mark from sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono to down in-state rival Vanderbilt (4-6-1, 0-2-1 SEC), 1-0. Bono’s goal marked her fourth over UT’s last four matches, while junior midfielder Emily Shore registered her team-high-tying third assist of the campaign by serving the corner kick to the far post that Bono finished via header for the match-winning tally. Tennessee out-shot the Commodores 13-8 overall and managed an 8-7 advantage on corner kicks in the contest. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher and sophomore midfielder Amy Harrison each registered three shots to lead the Big Orange. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made a pair of saves between the pipes in picking up her second solo shutout of 2010. With time beginning to run short in the contest, some UT offensive pressure forced a corner in the 82nd minute. Shore drove the ball to the far post where Bono had set up shop while marked just two yards out. The Yorba Linda, Calif., native leapt high and headed the ball into the twine just inside the left upright to grant the Big Orange a huge, 1-0 advantage at the 82:04 mark. The score marked Bono’s fourth of her career. A pass from the right wing found VU’s Molly Kinsella located in the middle of the 18 with 3:29 left, but she was marked closely by UT’s defense and failed to get off a shot. With just 35 seconds remaining VU again crossed a dangerous ball from the left wing, but Shore managed to get a sliding, rightfooted touch on the sphere to clear it away from the zone and secure the Tennessee triumph. UT: Kylie Bono (Emily Shore), 82:04 Goalkeepers VU - Rachel Bachtel (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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MATCH 12: KENTUCKY Sun., Oct. 3, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,028) Kentucky (7-4-1, 1-2-1 SEC) Tennessee (5-6-1, 2-1-1 SEC)

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - On a cold and blustery Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium, Caitlin Landis’ goal at 37:43 proved just enough for Kentucky (7-4-1, 1-2-1 Southeastern Conference) as the Wildcats ended Tennessee’s (5-6-1, 2-1-1 SEC) season-long four-match unbeaten streak by posting a 1-0 victory. In an especially physical contest that saw 28 total fouls whistled (16 on UT), the Lady Vols out-shot the Blue & White, 20-14, and owned a 11-4 advantage on corner kicks but failed to find the back of the net. Tennessee did come

close on several occasions to locating the elusive equalizer. One of the best opportunities came at the 38:10 mark as Big Orange senior defender Melissa Speros’ long shot hit the woodwork where the left post and crossbar connect before rebounding back into play and being cleared. Lady Vol junior forward Chelsea Hatcher fired off a teamhigh six shots, while sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono launched four shots, including a squad-high three on frame. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made four saves between the pipes, while her UK counterpart, Sydney Hiance, tallied five stops. Down the stretch UT’s offense continued applying strong pressure by forcing corner after corner (five total over the last 17:21 of regulation) but couldn’t seem to get off a quality shot on net. Each Big Orange feed into the middle either traveled harmlessly through all the traffic in the 18 or was headed back toward the midfield by the Kentucky defense. A drive by Tennessee junior midfielder Emily Shore at 84:22 was blocked, marking the final credited shot for either team during the match as Kentucky held on for its 1-0 victory. UK: Caitlin Landis (Natalie Horner, Laura Novikoff), 37:43 Goalkeepers UK - Sydney Hiance (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UK 14 5 12 4 3

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MATCH 13: MISSISSIPPI STATE Fri., Oct. 8, 2010 - Starkville, Miss. MSU Soccer Field (347) 1 Tennessee (6-6-1, 3-1-1 SEC) 0 Miss. State (7-7-0, 0-5-0 SEC) 0

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STARKVILLE, Miss. - Locked in a scoreless duel during the second overtime at the MSU Soccer Field in Starkville, Miss., a string of passes from Tennessee Lady Vol senior defender Tanya Emerson to junior midfielder Emily Shore to freshman midfielder Caroline Brown resulted in a “golden goal” by Brown at 102:22 as UT (6-6-1, 3-1-1 Southeastern Conference) downed Mississippi State (77-0, 0-5-0 SEC), 1-0 (2OT). The Big Orange out-shot the hosts by a 27-16 count, including 13-7 in shots on goal, and owned a commanding 6-0 advantage on corner kicks. For Brown the goal marked her second of the season and both the first matchwinner and “golden goal” of her brief Lady Vol career. Shore tallied her team-leading fourth assist of 2010, while Emerson registered her first assist and point of the campaign. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird made seven saves in improving to 3-1-1 in league play while picking up her second solo SEC shutout and lowering her conferenceonly goals against average to 0.56. With 8:06 remaining junior forward Emily Dowd blasted a shot off the cross bar from about 16 yards out in the middle that rebounded back into the field of play. The ball was soon tracked down by Emerson who made a pass to Shore. She delivered a ball over the defense to Brown marked near the left end line. An MSU defender and the keeper made a step up anticipating a cross to the middle, but the Hershey, Pa., native decided to take a shot from the tough angle and buried the ball in the far side netting for the “golden goal.” UT: Caroline Brown (Tanya Emerson, Emily Shore), 102:22 Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (102:22) MSU - Skylar Rosson (102:22)

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MATCH 14: OLE MISS Sun., Oct. 10, 2010 - Oxford, Miss. UM Soccer Stadium (210) 2 1 0

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MATCH 15: #13/12 FLORIDA Fri., Oct. 15, 2010 - Gainesville, Fla. James G. Pressly Stadium (1,272) Tennessee (7-7-1, 4-2-1 SEC) #13/12 Florida (11-2-2, 5-1-1 SEC)

UF: Tahnai Annis (Jazmyne Avant), 26:26 UF: Lindsay Thompson (Erika Tymrak), 28:47 UF: Lindsay Thompson (Taylor Travis, Tahnai Annis), 31:11 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (Emily Dowd), 49:01 UF: Tahnai Annis (Taylor Travis), 52:47 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 55:44

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. - On Friday evening at the James G. Pressly Stadium in Gainesville, Fla., #13/12 Florida posted three goals over a 4:45 stretch during the first half and held on despite a 15-shot assault from the Big Orange in the second frame to register a 4-2 victory over Tennessee in a high-profile SEC Eastern Division clash that was shown live via SUN Sports. UT junior forward Chelsea Hatcher scored both goals for the Lady Vols, giving her six for the season to tie junior teammate Emily Dowd for the team lead. Dowd registered her first assist of the 2010 campaign on Tennessee’s initial score at the 49:01 mark. The Big Orange out-shot Florida by a 17-11 count, including a staggering 15-5 in the second half, and posted a 7-3 advantage on corner kicks. Florida managed the first goal of the match at 26:26 off a cross from the right wing that was delivered by defender Jazmyne Avant. With the ball served into the middle from close to the right end line, midfielder Tahnai Annis managed to

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MATCH 16: #14/13 SOUTH CAROLINA Sun., Oct. 17, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Stone Stadium (1,408) Tennessee (7-8-1, 4-3-1 SEC) #14/13 S. Carolina (12-3-2, 6-1-1 SEC)

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HISTORY

UM: Mandy McCalla (Erin Emerson), 12:19 UT: OLE MISS OWN GOAL, 18:41 UT: Caroline Brown (Kylie Bono), 23:06 UT: Emily Dowd (unassisted), 87:51

SC: Kayla Grimsley (Kira Campbell), 31:25 SC: Ellen Fahey (Kira Campbell), 58:39 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 77:02

REVIEW

OXFORD, Miss. - The Tennessee Lady Vol soccer team (7-6-1, 4-1-1 Southeastern Conference) improved to 5-1-1 over its last seven matches and wrapped up a perfect weekend jaunt through “The Magnolia State” by defeating Ole Miss, 3-1, on a 90-degree Sunday afternoon at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium in Oxford, Miss. The contest was broadcast live on television via Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS). The Big Orange received the second consecutive match-winning goal of the trip from freshman midfielder Caroline Brown, the team-leading sixth score of the campaign from junior forward Emily Dowd and an “own goal” during the 19th minute from the Rebels in posting the rousing victory. Brown had previously recorded the match-winner at the 102:22 mark on Friday night during UT’s 1-0 overtime triumph at Mississippi State. Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono tallied an assist on Brown’s goal for her 10th overall point over Tennessee’s last seven matches. The Lady Vols out-shot the Red & Blue by a 24-13 count, including 11-7 on shots on goal, and posted a commanding 11-5 advantage on corner kicks. Tennessee redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird registered six saves during the match in picking up her 15th career victory between the pipes. Her counterpart for the Rebels, Sarah Story, made eight stops while permitting a trio of scores.

ball over the UT backline during the 32nd minute by midfielder Kira Campbell helped the Gamecocks break into the scoring column. The feed located SC leading scorer Kayla Grimsley onside with some space on the left wing. She dribbled in and beat diving keeper Molly Baird into the right side of the netting from eight yards out to make it 1-0 Garnet and Black at 31:25. During the 59th minute South Carolina added to its advantage as a free kick by Campbell to the far post was put home on a running header by defender Ellen Fahey to make it 2-0, Garnet & Black. An incredible individual effort by Hatcher resulted in her team-leading seventh goal of the campaign at 77:02. Despite having to battle a pair of South Carolina defenders for space, the Cincinnati, Ohio, native moved right then back to her left before firing a beautiful, left-footed shot that traveled just over the out-stretched fingertips of leaping goalkeeper Patton. The highlight-reel worthy score from approximately 28 yards out cut the Lady Vol deficit to 2-1.

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score on a volleyed shot from about six yards out, beating a diving Molly Baird to the right to make it 1-0. With tons of momentum suddenly in their favor, the Gators located the back of the net again just 2:21 later as a cross from the left wing by Tymrak was finished by midfielder Lindsay Thompson. The UF advantage grew to 3-0 as Thompson tallied again from seven yards out off a corner kick at 31:11. Out of the halftime break, the Lady Vols got just what they needed by scoring in the first five minutes of the second stanza to cut the UF lead to 3-1. Dowd received a feed in the midfield and passed to Hatcher in a lot of space to the right side of frame. Hatcher advanced in on goal and ripped a 12-yard shot past the UF keeper Katie Fraine at 49:01. The Gators answered right back in the 53rd minute, however, as a cross from the right wing to the far post by Travis was volleyed in via a running header by Annis for a 4-1 UF advantage. The Lady Vols picked up their second tally of the match at 55:44 on a bizarre play that started as a fairly routine cross to the middle. Hatcher dribbled down near the right end line and looked to deliver to a teammate in the middle. The net minder Fraine seemed to step up, trying to anticipate the run up the middle of the 18 by Tennessee senior forward Anna Fisher. UF’s keeper ended up in bad position, though, as the cross ended up slightly behind her and, while attempting to make a leaning grab, helped deflect the ball into the Gator net to make it 4-2. With momentum fully on the UT side, Harrison, off a corner kick served in by Shore, managed a beautiful header that traveled from the left side of goal towards the upper right corner at 72:35. A Florida defender standing guard at the upright managed a goal-saving header, clearing the sure score away from the line and back into play. On a through ball up the center of the pitch in the 80th minute, Dowd managed to beat her defender in a one-vs.-one battle just off the right side of frame. She dribbled to her left across the goal mouth and, while setting up for a potential shot from about 13 yards out, went down while marked in the 18. The referee signaled for play to continue on as UT missed a golden opportunity to cut its deficit to one.

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MATCH 17: AUBURN Thurs., Oct. 21, 2010 - Auburn, Ala. AU Soccer Complex (821) Tennessee (8-8-1, 5-3-1 SEC) Auburn (9-6-2, 3-4-2 SEC)

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AUBURN, Ala. - With Tennessee (8-8-1, 5-3-1 Southeastern Conference) and Auburn (9-6-2, 3-4-2 SEC) locked in a scoreless duel during the first “sudden victory” overtime on a chilly Thursday night at the AU Soccer Complex in Auburn, Ala., senior defender Tanya Emerson raced in from well behind the play at 96:27 to score her first goal of the season and defeat the Tigers, 1-0 (OT). With the triumph Tennessee held on to fourth position in the league standings and secured its 13th consecutive bid to the annual SEC Tournament to be held over Nov. 3-7 in Orange Beach, Ala. For Emerson the “golden goal” marked the second of her career, tying her in the UT record book with former Lady Vols Genna Gorman (2004-05), Kayla Lockaby (2001-04) and Kim Patrick (2001-02) for fourth alltime in the category. Junior midfielder Emily Shore delivered the crucial corner into the middle during the 97th minute that led to the score as the Gainesville, Fla., native was credited with her team-high fifth assist of 2010. Tennessee earned corners at 95:35 and 96:22 to put pressure on the Tigers in their defensive zone. On the second cross into the middle by Shore, the ball bounced out into the middle of the pitch near the top of the 18. Out of seemingly nowhere Emerson raced in and fired a low shot that beat Howard into the right corner to set off Big Orange jubilation. UT: Tanya Emerson (Emily Shore), 96:27

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Despite the team-leading seventh goal of the season from junior forward Chelsea Hatcher on an incredible, 28-yard shot during the 78th minute, Tennessee (7-8-1, 4-3-1 Southeastern Conference) dropped a tough, 2-1 decision to #14/13 South Carolina on Sunday afternoon at Eugene E. Stone III Stadium in Columbia, S.C. The Big Orange out-shot the hosts by a 10-6 total, including 4-2 in shots on goal, and posted a 6-4 advantage on corner kicks. For Hatcher the goal marked her third score of the weekend, after finding the back of the net twice during UT’s 4-2 loss to #12 Florida in Gainesville on Friday evening. A long

Goalkeepers UT - Molly Baird (96:27) AU - Amy Howard (96:27) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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MATCH-BY-MATCH SUMMARIES MATCH 18: ALABAMA Sun., Oct. 24, 2010 - Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,434) Alabama (8-7-2, 3-5-2 SEC) Tennessee(9-8-1,6-3-1SEC)

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - For the second straight match Tennessee (9-8-1, 6-3-1 Southeastern Conference) utilized overtime to down its opponent as junior forward Emily Dowd’s “golden goal” at 104:33 ended the Big Orange’s 1-0 (2OT) victory over Alabama (8-7-2, 3-5-2 SEC) on a beautiful Sunday afternoon at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. With UT’s triumph over the Crimson Tide and Georgia’s 2-1 home loss to Auburn, the Lady Vols managed to edge past the Bulldogs into third place in the overall league standings in the race for seeding at the annual SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. (Nov. 3-7). Dowd’s goal was her seventh of the season, tying the Gainesville, Fla., product for the team-lead in the category with fellow junior forward Chelsea Hatcher. As a result of delivering the crucial cross into the middle that resulted in the match-winning score, Hatcher was credited with her fourth assist of the campaign, improving her squad-best point total to 18. By corralling six saves between the pipes, Tennessee redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird secured her fifth solo shutout of the year and raised her season-high shutout streak to 225:54, dating back to the second half of the match at South Carolina (Oct. 17). The Lady Vols out-shot ‘Bama, 19-16, but trailed in both shots on goal (6-5) and corner kicks (7-4). Dowd led UT with eight total shots over 93 minutes on the pitch, including a pair on frame.

respectively, on Bono’s winning tally. Between the pipes Big Orange redshirt senior keeper Molly Baird made five saves in picking up her 19th career triumph. At 35:18 the Bulldogs managed to get on the scoreboard first as a pass from the right wing into the middle by Carli Shultis landed at the feet of Meghan Gibbons. She managed a slight touch on the pass, just enough in fact to barely push it past a UT defender and into a one-vs.-one situation against Baird near the right post. A quick chip beat the Lady Vol keeper from about six yards out and suddenly UGA led 1-0. Just 1:58 later Hatcher took it upon herself to even things up as a turnover in Georgia’s end was corralled by the Cincinnati, Ohio, native. She took a couple of dribbles up the right wing and unleashed a thunderous blast from the top of the 18 that ventured over the outstretched fingertips of Baker into the upper left corner to even the contest at 1-1. Off a corner kick in the 67th minute, junior Emily Shore delivered the ball across the pitch to the feet of Saarinen out on the left wing. The Espoo, Finland, native, looked quickly into the middle and chipped a pass over the traffic out front to Owens, who promptly shot from about eight yards out. The ball was stopped by Baker, but her save ricocheted directly over to Bono at the far post where the Yorba Linda, Calif., product was waiting to hammer home the eventual match-winner from just four yards out. UGA: Meghan Gibbons (Carli Shultis), 35:18 UT: Chelsea Hatcher (unassisted), 37:16 UT: Kylie Bono (Sanna Saarinen, Alexis Owens), 67:44 Goalkeepers UGA - Ashley Baker (90:00) UT - Molly Baird (90:00)

UT: Emily Dowd (Chelsea Hatcher), 104:33 Goalkeepers ALA - Justine Bernier (104:33) UT - Molly Baird (104:33) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - For the fourth time in 2010, Tennessee (10-8-1, 7-3-1 Southeastern Conference) was forced to rally from a deficit to post a victory as sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono’s goal at 67:44 helped guide UT to a 2-1, “Senior Night” triumph over Georgia (10-5-4, 5-3-3 SEC) on a cold Friday evening at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. With its third straight victory, the Big Orange secured the No. 3 seeding in the SEC Tournament (to be held over Nov. 3-7 in Orange Beach, Ala.) and will face-off against the tourney’s No. 6 seed LSU at 3:30 p.m. ET on Wed., Nov. 3rd, in the quarterfinals. During a pre-match ceremony, Tennessee honored the careers of seniors Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin, Tanya Emerson, Melissa Speros, Anna Fisher and Julie Edwards as well as redshirt junior Molly Delk. Tennessee outshot the Bulldogs, 13-11, but trailed 6-5 in shots on frame. UT owned a commanding 7-1 advantage on corner kicks, however, and forced three saves by UGA goalkeeper Ashley Baker. Bono’s matchwinning goal marked her fifth overall tally of the campaign while junior forward Chelsea Hatcher dead-locked the contest at the 37:16 mark by recording her team-leading eighth goal of 2010. Lady Vol freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen and sophomore forward Alexis Owens were credited with their third and second assists of the year, 58

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MATCH 20: LSU Nov. 4, 2010 - Orange Beach, Ala. Orange Beach Soccer Complex (1,212)

MATCH 19: GEORGIA Fri., Oct. 29, 2010 -Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,050) Georgia (10-5-4, 5-3-3 SEC) Tennessee (10-8-1, 7-3-1 SEC)

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ORANGE BEACH, Ala. - A “golden goal” from LSU forward Addie Eggleston at 97:45 of the first overtime led the Bayou Bengals (8-8-4) to a 1-0 (OT) victory over Tennessee (10-9-1) during SEC Tournament quarterfinal action on Thursday, Nov. 4th, in Orange Beach, Ala. The Lady Vols dominated the majority of the contest, out-shooting the Tigers by a commanding 19-8 total. Junior forward Chelsea Hatcher launched a squad-best seven overall shots. Redshirt senior goalkeeper Molly Baird posted three saves in the match while playing all 97:45 between the pipes. Right off the opening kick the Lady Vol offense raced down the field and nearly created a scoring chance. A pass up the middle was headed up field by senior forward Anna Fisher and just out in front of junior forward Emily Dowd. Unfortunately for the Big Orange, the pass proved to be a step too far in front of Dowd to be able to get a shot off as LSU keeper Megan Kinneman corralled the ball. The Bayou Bengals recorded the first shot of the contest at 1:48 as forward Courtney Alexander found some space up the left wing and fired from eight yards wide left of the post. A long sprint up the right side by UT junior forward Chelsea Hatcher resulted in Tennessee’s initial shot of the match during the seventh minute. She dribbled in towards the right post and unleashed a drive that bent outside the upright. During the 12th minute LSU had a golden opportunity to get on the scoreboard go awry. Defender Allysha Chapman moved up the left wing and crossed into the middle of the 18-yard box to Alexander. The Tiger forward settled the ball

briefly and appeared to have a lot of net to fire at before shooting directly into Baird’s arms from 10 yards out. The Lady Vols earned the initial corner kick of the contest for either squad at 29:00. Junior midfielder Emily Shore delivered a feed across to the right side of the pitch to the feet of Dowd. The Gainesville, Fla., product tried her luck from a tough angle but her 12-yard shot was saved routinely by Kinneman. At 50:51 a shot from about 15 yards out on the left wing by UT’s Hatcher brushed the outside of the left post as then traveled over the end line for a goal kick. The moment of the match for the Big Orange offense occurred during the 63rd minute as the action heated up inside the LSU 18 yard box to the tune of a trio of Tennessee shots. Off a corner kick, an eventual shot by senior defender Tanya Emerson was blocked out front at 62:32. A follow-up header by Fisher appeared to ricochet off the crossbar and straight down at 62:38. A last attempt off the rebound by Bono at 62:44 struck off the right post before bouncing back out in the direction of midfield as the woodwork kept the match scoreless. With 15:36 left in regulation, LSU put a brief scare in the Big Orange as a 10-yard effort from the left wing by Eggleston forced a diving stop by Baird. The ball rolled off the keeper’s deflection out on the right side of frame where Hannah Jobe launched a follow-up shot that hit off the side netting. During the 83rd minute Tennessee was denied on another golden opportunity. After Speros missed wide left on a long drive from well out front, freshman midfielder Caroline Brown eventually launched a shot on net that Kinneman managed to deflect over the crossbar with one hand for a corner. A last second shot off the foot of Brown as the regulation clock expired was stopped routinely by Kinneman as the two teams would require extra time to settle things for the second time in 2010. After a quick LSU shot by Alexander forced a stop from Baird, the Lady Vols had the run of play of the next few minutes in overtime. Unfortunately for Tennessee, LSU managed to locate the elusive “golden goal” at 97:45. A free kick into the center of the 18 landed at the feet of Eggleston. She had just enough time to settle the ball, turn and score from approximately six yards out to end the match. LSU: Addie Eggleston (Taryne Boudreau), 97:45 Goalkeepers LSU - Megan Kinneman (97:45) UT - Molly Baird (97:45) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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LADY VOL SOCCER won the first of its four SEC Tournament titles back in 2002 with a thrilling, 2-1 (2OT) victory over Florida.


THE SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

 “THE STANDARD FOR EXCELLENCE” The Southeastern Conference, with its storied 78-year history of athletic achievements and academic excellence, has built perhaps the greatest tradition of intercollegiate competition of any league in the country since its inception in 1933. The 2010-11 academic year was another season to remember for the SEC as conference teams captured five national titles and three national runner-up finishes. The SEC has won consecutive national championships in baseball, football and men’s indoor track & field. Since 1990, the SEC has won 140 national team championships for an average of more than six per year. Auburn won the SEC’s first national title of the year with its win in the BCS National Championship Game in football. It is the SEC’s fifth consecutive football national title. Florida won its second consecutive national title in men’s indoor track & field while the Gators’ women’s tennis team also captured the national championship. Alabama won its fifth gymnastics national title and South Carolina won its second consecutive national championship in baseball. Florida finished first among Southeastern Conference schools and fourth overall in the Director’s Cup final standings. Overall, the SEC finished in the top two in eight of its 20 sponsored sports and in the top five in 14 of the 20 sports. Ten SEC teams participated in football postseason

bowls with Auburn, LSU, Mississippi State, Alabama and Florida winning the BCS National Title Game, Cotton, Gator, Capital One and Outback bowls, respectively. Five men’s basketball teams were invited to the NCAA Tournament and four women’s basketball teams were also invited to the NCAA Tournament. The SEC had seven teams advance to postseason play in baseball, hosting three regionals with South Carolina, Florida and Vanderbilt advancing to the College World Series. With 139 teams advancing to NCAA postseason competition, the SEC continued to solidify its place as the nation’s premier conference. In addition to the four team championships, 39 SEC student-athletes garnered individual national championships, while 367 individuals were awarded with FirstTeam All-America Honors. Student-athletes around the league continued to excel in the classroom as well with more than 2,500 earning recognition on the SEC Academic Honor Roll. On the national all-sport level, nine SEC schools placed in the top 40 of the NACDA Director’s Cup rankings. Florida led the league with a fourth place finish. LSU placed 19th while Georgia was 20th, Tennessee finished 22nd, Arkansas 24th, Alabama 25th, Auburn 31st, Kentucky 36th and South Carolina 39th to round out the league’s top-40 finishes.

 SOCCER IN THE SEC The Southeastern Conference has continued its rise as one of the top conferences in women’s soccer. The 2010 women’s soccer season reaffirmed the SEC’s prominence in the country. Three teams from the SEC were invited to the NCAA Tournament. Auburn, Florida and South Carolina all made the 64-team field. The six teams combined for a record of 2-2-1 with the Gamecocks advancing to the third round. The SEC now has a 51-60-10 (.452) NCAA Tournament record in 65 appearances. SEC women’s soccer will begin its 19th season in the year of 2011 deeply rooted in the national scene of collegiate soccer. Since the SEC initiated women’s soccer as a varsity sport in 1993, the sport’s popularity has grown through the country and especially in the Southeast. A defining point in the SEC’s women’s soccer success came in 1995 when FOX Sports South broadcast the SEC Tournament Championship match between Alabama and Kentucky on a tape-delayed basis, signifying the first appearance of an SEC women’s soccer match on television. Southeastern Conference women’s soccer continued to grow over the next couple of years as the conference made a name for itself nationally. In 1998, the SEC had its breakout season with Florida 60

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winning the conference’s first NCAA title in women’s soccer in just the program’s fourth year of existence. The league led the nation with six NCAA Tournament teams that year, an accomplishment which firmly inserted the SEC as one of the major conferences in women’s soccer. The SEC also made bigger strides in its television coverage with three regular season matches and the SEC Tournament championship match shown live on the SEC-TV package. In 2003, the SEC Soccer Tournament moved to a neutral site in Orange Beach, Alabama, signifying the growth of the sports’ popularity. The SEC began a new television agreement with ESPN in 2009. This new agreement has seen television coverage of SEC women’s soccer increase 300 percent from the previous season. ESPNU, which is available in more than 73 million households, will televise four regular season matches in addition to the SEC Tournament championship match. Additionally, FOX, CSS and COX will combine to push the SEC’s television appearances to more than 15 matches per year. That incremental growth, combined with increasing exposure on the national and regional scene, has SEC women’s soccer looking to blossom to new heights in the year 2011 and beyond.

 SEC QUICK FACTS Founded: Members (12):

Commissioner: Address: Soccer Contact: Phone Number: Media Relations: Fax Number:

1933 Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi Mississippi State South Carolina Tennessee Vanderbilt Michael L. Slive 2201 Civic Center Blvd. Birmingham, AL 35203 Craig Pinkerton (205) 458-3000 (205) 458-3010 (205) 458-3030

 2010 SEC AWARDS FIRST TEAM ALL-SEC Justine Bernier Jr, GK Alabama Katy Frierson Jr. M Auburn Julie King Jr. D Auburn Erika Tymrak So. M/F Florida Ashlee Elliott Sr. M Florida Kat Williamson So. D Florida Alexa Newfield Fr. M Georgia Allysha Chapman Jr. D LSU Kayla Grimsley Jr. M/F South Carolina Brittiny Rhoades Jr. D South Carolina Chelsea Hatcher Jr. M/F Tennessee SECOND TEAM ALL-SEC Victoria Frederick Sr. F Alabama Kelsey Allison Sr. M Arkansas Sammy Towne Sr. D Auburn Tahnai Annis Jr. M/F Florida Taylor Travis Fr. F Florida Ashley Baker So. GK Georgia Rebekah Perry So. M Georgia Laura Novikoff Sr. F Kentucky Alix Hildal So. D Ole Miss Ellen Fahey Jr. D South Carolina Molly Kinsella Sr. F Vanderbilt FRESHMAN ALL-SEC Molly Atherton M Alabama Melanie Foncham D Arkansas Taylor Travis F Florida Torri Allen D Georgia Alexa Newfield M Georgia Caitlin Landis F Kentucky Addie Eggleston F LSU Megan Kinneman GK LSU Mandy McCalla M Ole Miss Danielle Au F South Carolina Claire Romaine D Vanderbilt

COACH OF THE YEAR Becky Burleigh, Florida SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Molly Kinsella, Vanderbilt OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kat Williamson, Florida FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Taylor Travis, Florida


2010 SEC YEAR IN REVIEW

HISTORY

Championship, Sun., Nov. 7 #1 Florida 1, #2 South Carolina 0 Chelsea Hatcher (2008-present) scored eight goals, totaled 20 points and fired 105 shots to (Florida wins 2010 SEC Tourney)

REVIEW

Semifinals, Fri., Nov. 5 #2 South Carolina 1, #6 LSU 1 (3OT) (SC wins on PK’s, 4-3) #1 Florida 3, #4 Georgia 1

LADY VOLS

Quarterfinals, Thurs., Nov. 4 #2 South Carolina 1, #7 Kentucky 1 (3OT) (SC wins on PK’s, 3-2) #6 LSU 1, #3 TENNESSEE 0 (OT) #1 Florida 5, #8 Vanderbilt 3 #4 Georgia 2, #5 Auburn 1 (OT)

COACHES

Nov. 4-7 -- Orange Beach Soccer Complex Orange Beach, Ala.

OUTLOOK

 2010 SEC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

lead the Big Orange in 2010. She finished fourth in the SEC in tallies.

 2010 EASTERN DIVISION STANDINGS Florida^*# South Carolina TENNESSEE Georgia Kentucky Vanderbilt

SEC 9-1-1 8-2-1 7-3-1 5-3-3 4-5-2 4-5-2

Pts. 28.0 25.0 22.0 18.0 14.0 14.0

Overall 19-2-3 15-6-4 10-9-1 11-6-4 10-7-3 8-10-2

Pct. .854 .680 .525 .618 .575 .450

 2010 WESTERN DIVISION STANDINGS Auburn^ LSU Ole Miss Alabama Arkansas Mississippi State

SEC 5-4-2 4-4-3 3-5-3 3-6-2 2-7-2 1-10-0

Pts. 17.0 15.0 12.0 11.0 8.0 3.0

Overall 11-8-2 8-8-5 7-9-4 8-8-2 5-11-3 8-12-0

Pct. .571 .500 .450 .500 .342 .400

* Regular-Season Champion; # SEC Tournament Champion; ^ Division Champion Senior keeper Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) was tabbed as the Most Valuable Player while helping guide Tennessee to the program’s fourth SEC Tournament title in 2008.

 2010 SEC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jazmyne Avant Laura Eddy Traci Dreesen Addie Eggleston Kayla Grimsley Megan Kinneman Mollie Patton Brittiny Rhoades Lindsay Thompson Erika Tymrak Kat Williamson

Sophomore Julie Edwards (2007-10) tallied the game-winner against Georgia in the 51st minute of the 2008 SEC Tournament Championship game as UT prevailed, 1-0. Most Valuable Player:

Florida Georgia Georgia LSU South Carolina LSU South Carolina South Carolina Florida Florida Florida Erika Tymrak, Florida UTLADYVOLS.COM

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 ALL MATCHES - INDIV. POINTS 1. Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina 2. Tahnai Annis, Florida 3. McKenzie Barney, Florida 4. Katy Frierson, Auburn 5. Erika Tymrak, Florida GOALS 1. McKenzie Barney, Florida 2. Tahnai Annis, Florida 3. Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina 4. Chelsea Hatcher, TENNESSEE Kelsey Hunyadi, Kentucky Katy Frierson, Auburn Alexa Newfield, Georgia Meghan Gibbons, Georgia Lindsay Thompson, Florida ASSISTS 1. Erika Tymrak, Florida 2. Katy Frierson, Auburn 3. Taylor Travis, Florida 4. Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina 5. Mary Coffed, Auburn

34 33 32 28 25

14 13 12 8

0.66 0.71 0.74 0.85 1.09

SAVES 1. Skylar Rosson, Mississippi State 2. Sarah Story, Ole Miss 3. Britni Williams, Arkansas 4. Sydney Hiance, Kentucky 5. Ashley Baker, Georgia

110 109 99 98 97

10 9 7 6

 ALL MATCHES - TEAM POINTS 1. Florida 2. South Carolina 3. Georgia 4. Auburn 5. Kentucky GOALS 1. Florida 2. South Carolina 3. Georgia 4. TENNESSEE Auburn

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SHOTS 1. Georgia 2. Florida 3. TENNESSEE 4. South Carolina 5. Auburn

392 380 378 351 345

GOALS ALLOWED 1. Florida LSU 3. Georgia South Carolina 5. Kentucky

16 19 23

 SEC MATCHES - INDIV. 13 12 11 10 9

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Megan Kinneman, LSU 2. Katie Fraine, Florida 3. Mollie Patton, South Carolina 4. Ashley Baker, Georgia 5. Justine Bernier, Alabama

SHUTOUTS 1. Katie Fraine, Florida 2. Mollie Patton, South Carolina Ashley Baker, Georgia 4. Rachel Bachtel, Vanderbilt 5. Britni Williams, Arkansas Megan Kinneman, LSU

ASSISTS 1. Florida 2. Auburn 3. Georgia 4. South Carolina 5. Kentucky

175 120 111 109 99

56 42 37 34

POINTS 1. Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina 2. Tahnai Annis, Florida 3. Kelsey Allison, Arkansas 4. Brooke Jacobs, South Carolina 5. Katy Frierson, Auburn Erika Tymrak, Florida Natalie Horner, Kentucky GOALS 1. Kayla Grimsley, South Carolina 2. Tahnai Annis, Florida Kelsey Allison, Arkansas 4. Chelsea Hatcher, TENNESSEE Brooke Jacobs, South Carolina Laura Novikoff, Kentucky Alexa Newfield, Georgia Alix Hildal, Ole Miss ASSISTS 1. Taylor Travis, Florida 2. Natalie Horner, Kentucky Katy Frierson, Auburn 4. Tahnai Annis, Florida Victoria Frederick, Alabama GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Ashley Baker, Georgia 2. Katie Fraine, Florida 3. Mollie Patton, South Carolina 4. Megan Kinneman, LSU 5. Molly Baird, TENNESSEE SAVES 1. Sarah Story, Ole Miss 2. Skylar Rosson, Mississippi State 3. Justine Bernier, Arkansas 4. Britni Williams, Arkansas 5. Rachel Bachtel, Vanderbilt SHUTOUTS 1. Ashley Baker, Georgia 2. Katie Fraine, Florida 3. Molly Baird, TENNESSEE Megan Kinneman, LSU Rachel Bachtel, Vanderbilt

22 17 14 13 12

9 6 5

7 6 5

0.60 0.64 0.65 0.74 0.95

94 86 63 58 57

7 5 4

Emily Shore (2008-present) assisted on a team-best four goals during the 2010 Southeastern Conference campaign.

 SEC MATCHES - TEAM POINTS 1. Florida 2. South Carolina 3. Kentucky 4. Auburn 5. Arkansas

83 75 61 48 43

GOALS 1. Florida 2. South Carolina 3. Kentucky 4. Arkansas 5. Auburn

27 26 19 17 16

ASSISTS 1. Florida 2. Kentucky South Carolina 4. Auburn 5. TENNESSEE LSU SHOTS 1. TENNESSEE 2. Georgia 3. Auburn 4. Florida 5. Arkansas GOALS ALLOWED 1. Florida South Carolina Georgia 4. LSU 5. TENNESSEE

29 23 16 12

206 197 182 172 163

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Overall 17-4 13-5-1 11-6-3 10-9 7-11-2

1995 Eastern Division Vanderbilt Florida Kentucky Georgia South Carolina

SEC 7-1 6-1-1 6-2 3-3-2 0-7-1

Overall 14-7 14-5-1 17-7 10-5-3 8-10-2

Western Division Alabama LSU Auburn Arkansas Mississippi State Mississippi

SEC 6-2 5-3 5-3 3-5 1-7 0-8

Overall 11-9 11-8-1 12-7-1 5-13-1 7-10 6-12

1996 Eastern Division Florida Georgia Kentucky Vanderbilt TENNESSEE South Carolina

SEC 8-0 6-2 6-2 5-3 3-5 2-5-1

Overall 22-3 14-7 13-6-2 12-9-1 6-13-1 10-7-2

Western Division Arkansas Auburn Alabama Mississippi State LSU Mississippi

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

Overall 11-7-3 8-10-3 9-8-2 12-5-2 11-8 9-9-1

1997 Eastern Division Vanderbilt Florida Kentucky Georgia TENNESSEE South Carolina

SEC 7-1 7-1 6-2 5-3 2-6 2-6

Overall 14-8 20-3-1 9-12-1 15-6-1 11-8 8-11

Western Division Alabama Auburn Mississippi Mississippi State Arkansas LSU

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

Overall 14-6 11-9-1 11-9 11-8-1 6-12-1 0-18

1998 Eastern Division Florida Vanderbilt Kentucky TENNESSEE Georgia South Carolina

SEC 8-0 6-2 5-3 5-3 4-4 4-4

Overall 26-1 17-6 9-9-3 12-8 14-6-1 11-7-1

Western Division Alabama Mississippi LSU Arkansas Auburn Mississippi State

SEC 6-2 3-5 3-5 2-6 2-6 0-8

Overall 13-7-1 9-7-2 8-11-2 6-11 5-12 3-14-1

1999 Eastern Division Florida Kentucky South Carolina Vanderbilt Georgia TENNESSEE

SEC 9-0 8-1 6-3 6-3 5-4 5-4

Overall 26-2 16-3-2 14-5 9-10-1 13-6-2 8-11-1

Western Division Mississippi Arkansas Alabama LSU Mississippi State Auburn

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

Overall 14-9 7-12 6-14 4-15-1 4-16 6-13

Overall 16-8 12-8 15-6 12-9 11-9-2 4-16

2006 Eastern Division Florida Kentucky TENNESSEE Vanderbilt South Carolina Georgia

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

Overall 11-6-3 14-7-3 12-7-4 10-4-7 11-6-5 10-9-0

Western Division Mississippi LSU Arkansas Mississippi State Auburn Alabama

SEC 5-3-1 5-4 3-5-1 3-5-1 3-6 1-8

Overall 13-6-1 15-6 7-11-3 8-11-1 13-7 6-14

Western Division Auburn Mississippi LSU Arkansas Alabama Mississippi State

SEC 5-3-3 4-2-5 4-4-3 3-6-2 1-10-0 1-10-0

Overall 11-6-3 8-7-5 9-8-3 10-7-2 5-14-0 2-16-0

2001 Eastern Division Florida Georgia TENNESSEE Kentucky Vanderbilt South Carolina

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

Overall 21-4-1 13-6-1 11-6-1 12-8-1 7-10 8-7-3

2007 Eastern Division Florida Georgia TENNESSEE South Carolina Kentucky Vanderbilt

SEC 9-2-0 8-1-2 8-2-1 5-4-2 4-6-1 3-6-2

Overall 17-5-3 18-4-2 15-5-2 14-6-3 10-7-3 6-10-3

Western Division Mississippi State Auburn Mississippi Alabama Arkansas LSU

SEC 5-4 5-4 4-5 2-6-1 2-7 1-6-2

Overall 13-8 11-8-1 10-10-1 10-7-1 6-14 7-8-3

Western Division LSU Auburn Ole Miss Mississippi State Alabama Arkansas

SEC 5-2-4 6-5-0 4-4-3 2-8-1 2-8-1 1-9-1

Overall 12-5-7 10-8-2 7-8-5 6-12-1 9-10-1 8-11-1

2002 Eastern Division TENNESSEE Florida South Carolina Kentucky Georgia Vanderbilt

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

Overall 18-6-1 10-10-2 13-6-2 11-9-0 8-11-1 5-9-2

2008 Eastern Division Florida Georgia South Carolina TENNESSEE Vanderbilt Kentucky

SEC 11-0-0 7-3-1 5-4-2 5-5-1 3-7-1 3-7-1

Overall 19-4-1 11-11-1 11-7-4 10-11-2 9-8-2 5-12-2

Western Division Auburn Mississippi LSU Arkansas Alabama Mississippi State

SEC 6-1-2 5-3-1 2-3-3 3-5-1 2-5-2 2-6-1

Overall 15-6-2 13-5-2 12-5-3 7-12-1 12-6-2 6-13-1

Western Division LSU Auburn Ole Miss Alabama Arkansas Mississippi State

SEC 7-3-1 7-3-1 5-5-1 4-6-1 4-7-0 0-11-0

Overall 14-4-2 12-9-2 7-10-3 9-9-2 11-8-0 5-15-0

2003 Eastern Division TENNESSEE Florida Kentucky Georgia South Carolina Vanderbilt

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

Overall 17-5-2 19-4-2 6-9-4 13-10 10-8-3 8-7-3

2009 Eastern Division Florida South Carolina Georgia Vanderbilt TENNESSEE Kentucky

SEC 8-1-2 7-3-1 7-4-0 5-6-0 4-5-2 2-8-1

Overall 16-6-2 19-4-2 15-6-1 11-8-1 8-9-3 5-10-4

Western Division Auburn Mississippi Alabama Arkansas Mississippi State LSU

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

Overall 14-4-3 15-6-2 9-8-2 7-10-2 9-8-3 10-9-1

Western Division LSU Ole Miss Auburn Arkansas Alabama Mississippi State

SEC 8-2-1 7-2-2 6-5-0 2-7-2 2-8-1 1-8-2

Overall 15-4-5 13-6-2 10-9-3 8-7-4 6-11-1 9-8-2

2004 Eastern Division TENNESSEE Florida Vanderbilt Kentucky Georgia South Carolina

SEC 10-1 7-2-2 5-2-4 3-7-1 2-6-3 2-7-2

Overall 17-5-2 16-4-3 7-7-5 6-12-1 4-9-5 8-10-2

2010 Eastern Division Florida South Carolina TENNESSEE Georgia Kentucky Vanderbilt

SEC 9-1-1 8-2-1 7-3-1 5-3-3 4-5-2 4-5-2

Overall 19-2-3 15-6-4 10-9-1 11-6-4 10-7-3 8-10-2

Western Division Auburn Mississippi State Alabama Mississippi Arkansas LSU

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

Overall 15-4-2 9-9-3 10-11-0 9-10-2 6-11-2 8-11-1

Western Division Auburn LSU Ole Miss Alabama Arkansas Mississippi State

SEC 5-4-2 4-4-3 3-5-3 3-6-2 2-7-2 1-10-0

Overall 11-8-2 8-8-5 7-9-4 8-8-2 5-11-3 8-12-0

2005 Eastern Division TENNESSEE Florida Vanderbilt Georgia Kentucky South Carolina

SEC 10-1 8-2-1 8-2-1 6-4-1 3-5-3 2-9

Overall 15-6-2 13-6-1 16-3-3 12-6-2 8-6-7 6-12

Western Division Mississippi Auburn LSU Arkansas Alabama Mississippi State

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

Overall 14-5-2 8-12-1 8-10-2 6-12 8-8-2 4-11-4 UTLADYVOLS.COM

HISTORY

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

SEC 9-0 7-2 6-3 5-4 4-4-1 1-8

REVIEW

1994 Vanderbilt Alabama Auburn Kentucky Arkansas

2000 Eastern Division Florida TENNESSEE Kentucky Vanderbilt Georgia South Carolina

LADY VOLS

Overall 11-8 13-7 7-6-3 10-10

COACHES

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

OUTLOOK

1993 Vanderbilt Kentucky Auburn Arkansas

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 LADY VOL ALL-SEC SELECTIONS Jackie Acevedo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Freshman, 2005 Kelly Berrall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2000, 2nd – 1999 Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2nd – 1998, 1999 Ali Christoph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st –2004, 2005, 2006; All-Freshman, 2003 Keeley Dowling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1st – 2002, 2003, 2004, 2nd – 2001 Tanya Emerson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All Freshman – 2007 Sue Flamini . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2001 Genna Gorman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2005, All-Freshman, 2004 Amy Harrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Freshman, 2009 Chelsea Hatcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st -- 2010, All-Freshman, 2008 Mick Imgram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st -- 2009 Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2007, 2nd -- 2008 Kassie Kees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd – 1997 Kayla Lockaby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2004, Honorable Mention – 2002 Kendyl Michner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd – 1997 Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2001, 2nd – 2002 Lyndsey Patterson . . . . . . .1st – 2004, 2nd – 2003, Honorable Mention – 2002 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2nd – 2004, 2005 Emily Redberg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd – 2007; All-Freshman, 2004 Kylee Rossi . . . . . . . . 1st – 2006, 2007, 2008; 2nd – 2005; All-Freshman, 2005 Laura Lauter Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd – 1998 Devon Swaim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Freshman – 2007 Rhian Wilkinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1st – 2002, 2nd – 2000, 2003

Ali Christoph (2003-06) is one of just three Lady Vols to ever earn first-team All-SEC honors in three consecutive years, joining Keeley Dowling and Kylee Rossi. Each of the three also earned All-America honors during their careers.

 SEC TOURNAMENT HISTORY Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Champion Score Vanderbilt 3-2 (2ot) Vanderbilt 4-0 Kentucky 2-1 Florida 3-2 (ot) Florida 4-2 Florida 2-0 Florida 3-0 Florida 2-0 Florida 2-1 TENNESSEE 2-1 (2ot) TENNESSEE 1-1 (2ot) (UT won on penalty kicks, 7-6) Florida 2-1 (2ot) TENNESSEE 1-0 Kentucky 2-1 Florida 4-1 TENNESSEE 1-0 South Carolina 1-1 (2ot) (S.C. won on penalty kicks, 8-7) Florida 1-0

Runner-Up Arkansas Auburn Alabama Arkansas Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Mississippi Georgia Auburn Florida Florida

Most Valuable Player Honey Marsh, UA Christine Watson, VU Carrie Landrum, UK Danielle Fotopoulos, UF Sarah Yohe, UF Erin Baxter, UF Angie Olson, UF Abby Wambach, UF Abby Wambach, UF Jordan Kellgren, UF Robin Fulton, UF

Site Nashville, Tenn. Fayetteville, Ark. Auburn, Ala. Lexington, Ky. Gainesville, Fla. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Nashville, Tenn. Athens, Ga. Baton Rouge, La. Oxford, Miss. Orange Beach, Ala.

TENNESSEE Auburn Florida Georgia Georgia LSU

Stephanie Freeman, UF Ronda Brooks, Auburn Anne Ogundele, UK Stacy Bishop, UF Jaimel Johnson, TENNESSEE Blakely Mattern, South Carolina

Auburn, Ala. Orange Beach, Ala. Orange Beach, Ala. Orange Beach, Ala. Orange Beach, Ala. Orange Beach, Ala.

South Carolina

Erika Tymrak, Florida

Orange Beach, Ala.

 SEC ALL-TIME PROGRAM RECORDS Team Florida Georgia TENNESSEE Auburn South Carolina Mississippi Kentucky Vanderbilt LSU Alabama Arkansas Mississippi State

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Record 283-72-26 193-117-27 182-117-22 190-144-32 170-129-33 165-128-32 197-156-37 253-224-35 152-139-36 177-177-18 182-247-31 116-176-19

Pct. .777 .613 .601 .563 .562 .557 .553 .528 .520 .500 .429 .404


SEC TOURNAMENT HISTORY

11/7/96 11/5/98 11/4/99 11/2/00 11/8/01 11/7/02 11/8/02 11/10/02 11/6/03 11/7/03 11/9/03 11/4/04 11/5/04 11/7/04 11/3/05 11/4/05 11/6/05 11/1/06 11/3/06 11/7/07 11/5/08 11/7/08 11/9/08 11/4/09 11/3/10

#8 Florida L 0-3 #25 Alabama L 0-1 Mississippi L 0-1 Vanderbilt L 0-2 Kentucky L 2-4 Georgia W 1-0 Kentucky W 1-0 (ot) Florida W 2-1 (2ot) South Carolina W 1-0 Mississippi W 2-0 #8 Florida T 1-1 (2ot) (UT won on PKs, 7-6) Kentucky W 2-0 Vanderbilt W 1-0 #8 Florida L 1-2 (2ot) LSU W 2-0 # 20 Vanderbilt T 0-0 (2ot) (UT advanced on PKs, 4-3) Auburn W 1-0 Auburn W 5-2 Kentucky L 0-2 South Carolina L 0-2 Auburn W 2-1 #11 LSU T 1-1 (UT advanced on PK’s, 4-2) Georgia W 1-0 #10 Florida L 0-1 (2ot) LSU L 0-1 (ot)

Points: Goals: Goals Allowed: Goals Allowed in Victory: Goals Scored by Both Teams: Margin of Victory: Margin of Victory, Shutout: Margin of Defeat: Margin of Defeat, Shutout: Assists: Most Shots: Fewest Shots: Goalkeeper Saves: Corner Kicks: Fouls: 1st Half Goals: 2nd Half Goals: Golden Goals:

14, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 5, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 4, by Kentucky, 11/8/01 2, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 7, UT & Auburn, 11/1/06 3, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 2, vs. LSU, 11/3/05 (2-0) 3, vs. Florida, 11/7/96 (0-3) 3, vs. Florida, 11/7/96 (0-3) 4, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 29, vs. Florida, 11/10/02 0, vs. Florida, 11/7/96 15, vs. Florida, 11/7/96 12, vs. South Carolina, 11/6/03 19, vs. Alabama, 11/5/98 2, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 3, vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 vs. Florida, 11/10/02 vs. Kentucky, 11/8/02

HISTORY

 UT’S SEC TOURNAMENT HISTORY (12-10-3)

TEAM

REVIEW

Pct. .857 .540 .540 .500 .467 .438 .357 .348 .350 .278 .222 .000

LADY VOLS

(1993-2010) Record 35-5-2 12-10-3 12-10-3 12-12-2 5-6-4 10-13-1 3-7-4 7-14-2 3-6-1 5-13-0 2-7-0 0-2-0

 UT’S SEC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

COACHES

Team Florida TENNESSEE Vanderbilt Kentucky LSU Georgia South Carolina Auburn Arkansas Mississippi Alabama Mississippi State

OUTLOOK

 SEC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL Points: Goals: Golden Goals: Assists: Shots: Goalkeeper Saves:

5 (2G, 1A), Kristen Doukakis vs. Auburn, 11/1/06 2, Kristen Doukakis and Kylee Rossi vs. Auburn, 1/1/06 Sue Flamini vs. Kentucky, 11/8/01 Keeley Dowling vs. Florida (108:58), 11/10/02 Lyndsey Patterson vs. Kentucky (94:59), 11/8/02 2, Genna Gorman vs. Kentucky, 11/4/04 9, Kylee Rossi vs. Auburn, 11/6/05 & Keeley Dowling vs. Florida, 11/10/02 15, Sarah Shivley vs. Florida, 11/7/96

 OPPONENT RECORDS TEAM Points: Goals: Assists: Most Shots: Fewest Shots: Goalkeeper Saves: Corner Kicks: Fouls: 1st Half Goals: 2nd Half Goals:

11, Kentucky, 11/8/01 4, Kentucky, 11/8/01 3, Kentucky, 11/8/01 24, Florida, 11/7/96 4, most recently vs. Kentucky, 11/4/04 10, Florida, 11/10/02 8, Florida, 11/7/96 25, Florida, 11/9/03 3, Kentucky, 11/8/01 3, Florida, 11/7/96

INDIVIDUAL Points: Goals: Assists: Shots: Goalkeeper Saves:

5 (2G, 1A), Annie Gage, Kentucky, 11/8/01 2, Annie Gage, Kentucky, 11/8/01 & Melissa Pini, Florida, 11/7/96 1, most recently by Taryne Boudreau, 11/4/10 10, Danielle Fotopoulos, Florida, 11/7/96 10, Jordan Kellgren, Florida, 11/10/02

Jenny Jeffers (2003-06) led a defense that held opponents scoreless in 290 minutes of play at the 2005 SEC Tournament. UTLADYVOLS.COM

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Champion Score North Carolina 2-0 North Carolina 4-0 North Carolina 2-0 George Mason 2-0 North Carolina 2-0 North Carolina 1-0 North Carolina 4-1 North Carolina 2-0 North Carolina 6-0 North Carolina 3-1 North Carolina 9-1 North Carolina 6-0 North Carolina 5-0 Notre Dame 1-0 (3ot) North Carolina 1-0 (2ot) North Carolina 2-0 Florida 1-0 North Carolina 2-0 North Carolina 2-1 Santa Clara 1-0 Portland 2-1 (2ot) North Carolina 6-0 Notre Dame 1-1 (2ot) (UND won 4-3 on penalty kicks) Portland 4-0 North Carolina 2-1 Southern California 2-0 North Carolina 2-1 North Carolina 1-0 Notre Dame 1-0

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Runner-Up Central Florida George Mason Connecticut North Carolina Colorado College Massachusetts N.C. State Colorado College Connecticut Wisconsin Duke George Mason Notre Dame Portland Notre Dame Connecticut North Carolina Notre Dame UCLA North Carolina Santa Clara Connecticut UCLA

Host Central Florida Central Florida North Carolina George Mason George Mason Massachusetts North Carolina N.C. State North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Portland North Carolina Santa Clara UNC Greensboro UNC Greensboro San Jose State San Jose State SMU Texas N.C. State North Carolina

UCLA Notre Dame Florida State Notre Dame Stanford Stanford

Texas A&M N.C. State Texas A&M N.C. State Texas A&M N.C. State

Kim Patrick (2001-02) earned a pair of NCAA Championships in 1999 and 2000 at the University of North Carolina, where she was tabbed all-tournament at both Women’s College Cups and then helped Tennessee make its first two visits to the Big Dance.


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16 vs. Furman, 11/15/02 5, twice, most recently vs. Wake Forest, 11/11/05 6, by North Carolina, 11/18/06 2 vs. Wake Forest, 11/11/05 8, UT & North Carolina, 11/18/06 5 vs. Furman, 11/15/02 (5-0) 5 vs. Furman, 11/15/02 (5-0) 4 at North Carolina, 11/18/06 (2-6) 3, twice, most recently at Portland, 11/24/07 (0-3) 6 vs. Furman, 11/15/02 31 vs. Furman, 11/12/04 3 vs. North Carolina, 11/23/02 12, at Portland, 11/24/07 12, twice, most recently vs. Furman, 11/12/04 14, twice, most recently at Ohio State, 11/21/04 2, twice, most recently vs. Furman, 11/16/07 4, vs. Furman, 11/15/02

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vs. Duke (Duke advanced on PKs, 4-2) Furman Cincinnati at #2 North Carolina Oklahoma Georgia at #8 Florida Furman UAB at #6 Ohio State vs. #25 Wake Forest at #6 Virginia UAB Duke (UT advanced on PKs, 4-3) at #1 North Carolina Furman Clemson at #2 Portland vs. Charlotte

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 UT NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS

OUTLOOK

 UT’S NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS (10-7-2)

4 (1G, 2A), Mick Imgram vs. UAB, 11/10/06; (2G), Véronique Maranda vs. Wake Forest, 11/11/05 & Sue Flamini vs. Furman, 11/15/02 2, Véronique Maranda vs. Wake Forest, 11/11/05 & Sue Flamini vs. Furman, 11/15/02 2, three times, most recenlty by Mick Imgram vs. UAB, 11/10/06 9, Kylee Rossi vs. Clemson, 11/18/07 & Emily Redberg vs. Furman, 11/12/04 12, Jaimel Johnson at Portland, 11/12/06

 OPPONENT NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS

The Lady Vols celebrate following Kylee Rossi’s double-overtime game winner against Clemson in the second round of the 2007 NCAA Tournament. The win allowed Tennessee to advance to its fifth Sweet 16.

 UT’S CAREER NCAA POINT LEADERS 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8.

Kylee Rossi (2005-08) Mick Imgram (2006-09) Emily Redberg (2004-07) Sue Flamini (2001-04) Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) Keeley Dowling (2001-04) Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) Ali Christoph (2003-06) Véronique Maranda (2005) Kim Patrick (2001-02)

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Goals:

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19, North Carolina, 11/18/06 6, North Carolina, 11/18/06 7, North Carolina, 11/18/06 28, Portland, 11/24/07 1, Furman, 11/15/02 13, Furman, 11/15/02 7, Duke, 11/12/06, & Wake Forest, 11/11/05 23, Duke, 11/16/01 3, North Carolina, 11/18/06 3, North Carolina, 11/18/06

4 (2G), Jess Rostedt, Virginia, 11/13/05 & Michelle Enyeart, Portland, 11/24/07 2, Jess Rostedt, Virginia, 11/13/05 & Michelle Enyeart, Portland, 11/24/07 2, four times, most recently Sophie Schmidt, Portland, 11/24/07 11, Allison Lipsher, Duke, 11/12/06 & Andie Hinshaw, Furman, 11/15/02

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 2001 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 16, 2001 Fetzer Field (Chapel Hill, N.C.) Duke ................................................. 1 #23 Tennessee .......................1 (4OT) Blue Devils advanced on PKs, 4-2

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ennessee’s first visit to the NCAA Tournament proved to be a heartbreaker, as the Lady Vols battled Duke through four overtimes and 150 minutes of action, only to fall short on penalty kicks. Playing on her former home field, junior Kim Patrick gave UT a 1-0 lead on an assist from freshman Kayla Lockaby. The score would remain unchanged until 68:43, when Tennessee was whistled for a hand-ball infraction inside of the box, giving Duke a penalty kick that was successful. Neither club could nudge ahead after four 15-minute extra periods, resulting in the kicks. Still feeling the effects of her broken left foot, sophomore Rhian Wilkinson gave the Orange 85 minutes off the bench.

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would batter the Purple and White for five goals over the next 42 minutes to survive and advance. Sophomore Sue Flamini netted her first two goals of the campaign and senior Ellen Dean made one stop for her third shutout in the last four outings and sixth solo shutout of the season. 1 2 F Furman (16-6-1) 0 0 0 #11 Tennessee (17-5-1) 1 4 5 UT: Sue Flamini (Rhian Wilkinson, Lyndsey Patterson), 36:18 UT: Keeley Dowling (Rhian Wilkinson), 52:04 UT: Jen Laughridge (Carie Swibas), 58:54 UT: Sue Flamini (Unassisted), 77:33 UT: Kim Patrick (Nikki Bratta, Kristin McGrath), 77:58 FUR UT Shots 1 27 Saves 13 1 Fouls 17 12 Corners 1 12 Offsides 2 0 Yellow Card: Stacy Simpson (FUR), 74:17

 2002 SECOND ROUND

UT: Kim Patrick (Kayla Lockaby), 8:22 DU: Carly Fuller (Penalty Kick), 68:43 Penalty Kick Summary DU: Thora Helgadottir (Good) UT: Lindsey Wiest (Good) DU: Kasey Truman (Good) UT: Tracy Swibas (Miss) DU: Casey McCluskey (Good) UT: Keeley Dowling (Good) DU: Carly Fuller (Good) UT: Marie-Eve Nault (Miss) DU UT Shots 19 21 Saves 10 8 Fouls 24 13 Corners 2 5 Offsides 1 9 Yellow Cards: Liz Wagner (DU), 67:01; Rebecca Smith (DU), 134:12; Katie Heaps (DU), 143:59; Lindsey Wiest (UT), 148:20

 2002 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 15, 2002 UT Soccer Complex (Knoxville, Tenn.) Furman ............................................. 0 #11 Tennessee ................................. 5

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leventh-ranked UT used a balanced offensive attack and a stingy defense to claim its first-round NCAA Tourney contest with a decisive 5-0 blanking of Furman. In snapping the Lady Paladins’ 11-match winning streak, the Lady Vols picked up their first-ever NCAA victory and extended their unbeaten streak to a school-record eight matches. Held scoreless over the first 35 minutes, the home team

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With overtime on the horizon, Kayla Lockaby (2001-04) found the back of the net to lift the Orange past Cincinnati in 2002.

 2002 THIRD ROUND Saturday, Nov. 23, 2002 Fetzer Field (Chapel Hill, N.C.) #11 Tennessee .................................1 #2 North Carolina ............................3

Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002 UT Soccer Complex (Knoxville, Tenn.) #22 Cincinnati .................................. 1 #11 Tennessee ................................. 2

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ophomore midfielder Kayla Lockaby snapped a 1-1 deadlock with 4:58 left on the clock to propel the 11th-ranked Lady Vols to a 2-1 triumph over No. 22 Cincinnati in the second round of the 2002 NCAA Women’s College Cup. With its school-record eighth straight victory, UT advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time. With overtime looming, sophomore Lyndsey Patterson sent a cross from the right wing to the back post that her classmate connected on for her eighth tally of the season at 85:02. With her squad down a goal, sophomore Keeley Dowling headed in a corner kick sent across by classmate Sue Flamini to tie the match at 63:43. The defender’s score was her fifth of the campaign and marked her third straight outing with a score. 1 2 F #22 Cincinnati (17-4-3) 1 0 1 #11 Tennessee (18-5-1) 0 2 2 UC: Marie Strelka (Tasha Wagner), 20:39 UT: Keeley Dowling (Sue Flamini), 63:43 UT: Kayla Lockaby (Lyndsey Patterson), 85:02 Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UC 5 6 4 0 2

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ennessee’s NCAA run came to an end in the Round of 16 at the hands of juggernaut and second-rated North Carolina, 3-1. Senior Tara Minnax opened the scoring for the Lady Vols at 18:11 when she cleaned up a loose rebound in front of the Tar Heel net. However, the hosts would storm back with three unanswered goals and hold UT without a shot over the match’s final 72 minutes to take the decision. All-Americans Lindsay Tarpley and Catherine Reddick registered a goal and an assist apiece, while Susan Bush dished out a couple of helpers. UNC would later reach the Final Four for the 21st straight year before succumbing to Santa Clara.

#11 Tennessee (18-6-1) #2 North Carolina (20-1-4)

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 2003 SECOND ROUND Sunday, Nov. 16, 2003 UT Soccer Complex (Knoxville, Tenn.) Georgia ............................................. 0 #7 Tennessee ................................... 1

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laying in the final home match of her career, senior Rhian Wilkinson netted the only goal of the contest as seventh-ranked Tennessee nipped SEC rival Georgia in the second round of the 2003 NCAA Tourney. The 1-0 margin represented the eighth straight

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 2004 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 12, 2004 UT Soccer Complex (Knoxville, Tenn.) Furman ............................................. 0 #10 Tennessee ................................. 2

UT: Rhian Wilkinson (Unassisted), 60:55 Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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 2003 THIRD ROUND Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003 Percy Beard Stadium (Gainesville, Fla.) #7 Tennessee ................................... 0 #8 Florida ......................................... 1

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ennessee’s NCAA run came to an end in the Round of 16 for the second straight season, this time at the hands eighth-rated Florida, 1-0. With under a minute remaining until overtime, Gator senior midfielder Robin Fulton was fouled inside of the box, setting up a penalty kick. Junior forward Ashley Kellgren stepped up to the hash mark and blasted a shot to the left of sophomore keeper Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart to secure the win. The Lady Vols saw an end to their school-record 12-match unbeaten streak and slipped to 0-5 at Percy Beard Stadium. #7 Tennessee (17-5-2) #8 Florida (19-3-2)

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UF: Ashley Kellgren (Penalty Kick), 89:01

yndsey Patterson tallied a goal and an assist and forward Emily Redberg found the back of the net for the third time during the postseason as No. 10 Tennessee defeated Furman, 2-0, to advance to the NCAA Second Round. UT dominated the Purple & White by a 31-5 margin on shots, while forcing 12 corner kick opportunities to Furman’s one. After an early attack by Furman and a scoreless first half, the Lady Vols got on the board early in the second as Patterson scored at 57:22. In the 87th minute, Patterson made a strong run up the right wing and fed a pass to Redberg racing in from the left side. The rookie beat Andie Hinshaw for her seventh goal of the campaign for a 2-0 Lady Vol advantage. 1 2 F Furman (14-9) 0 0 0 #10 Tennessee (16-4-2) 0 2 2

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1 2 F Oklahoma (8-7-5) 0 0 0 #7 Tennessee (16-4-2) 1 0 1 UT: Lyndsey Patterson (Rhian Wilkinson), 22:30

Georgia (13-10) #7 Tennessee (17-4-2)

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ll-SEC forward Lyndsey Patterson tallied the lone goal of the match as seventhranked Tennessee began the 2003 NCAA Tournament with a 1-0 defeat of Oklahoma before a season-high crowd of 1,062 fans at the UT Soccer Complex. Sophomore goalkeeper Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart earned her 11th blanking of the campaign to set up a showdown against Eastern Division counterpart Georgia. Patterson banged home a shot from six yards out for her team-leading 11th score of the season off an assist from senior Rhian Wilkinson, who was making her 2003 debut before the Knoxville crowd.

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COACHES

Friday, Nov. 14, 2003 UT Soccer Complex (Knoxville, Tenn.) Oklahoma ......................................... 0 #7 Tennessee ................................... 1

meeting between the Bulldogs and the Lady Vols that had been settled by a single goal. Oddly enough, UT had then claimed the last three encounters by a 1-0 score, including a pair of triumphs that year. Sophomore Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart totaled five saves for her 12th shutout of the campaign and fifth blanking in her last six starts.

OUTLOOK

 2003 FIRST ROUND

UT: Lyndsey Patterson (Sue Flamini), 57:22 UT: Emily Redberg (Lyndsey Patterson), 86:28 Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

FUR 5 11 9 1 2

UT 31 3 4 12 5

 2004 SECOND ROUND Sunday, Nov. 14, 2004 UT Soccer Complex (Knoxville, Tenn.) UAB ................................................... 0 #10 Tennessee ................................. 1

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UT celebrates after eliminating Cincinnati in the second round of the 2002 NCAA Tournament on their way to a date with North Carolina in the Sweet 16 at Fetzer Field.

nder sunny skies at the UT Soccer Complex, Tennessee utilized a goal by defender Keeley Dowling at 20:06 to defeat the UAB Blazers, 1-0, and advance to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the third consecutive season. Dowling got high above the crowd and headed a corner kick from Sue Flamini into the net for a 1-0 Lady Vol lead. In the 75thminute, the most controversial call of the match occurred just inside the Tennessee penalty box. UAB forward Tara Kidwell made a run checked by UT defender Jenny Jeffers. Both players went down with no foul called as play continued on until an upset Kidwell received a yellow card. The Blazers managed UTLADYVOLS.COM

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 2004 THIRD ROUND Sunday, Nov. 21, 2004 Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium (Columbus, Ohio) #10 Tennessee ................................. 0 #6 Ohio State ................................... 1

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n what turned out to be the last contest in the Orange & White for UT’s sterling senior class, the Lady Vol soccer team suffered a heartbreaking defeat in the NCAA Sweet 16 for the third straight season with a hardfought, 1-0 loss to No. 6 Ohio State at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. The Buckeyes’ Lisa Grubb netted the game-winner off a feed from Emily Francis with 9:26 remaining in regulation to register the victory. Tennessee managed 14 shots in the contest and just missed tallying the equalizer at 89:42 as a header from Lyndsey Patterson drifted just wide of the OSU net.

#10 Tennessee (17-5-2) #6 Ohio State (19-3-3)

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 2005 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 11, 2005 Klockner Stadium (Charlottesville, Va.) #25 Wake Forest ..............................2 #11 Tennessee .................................5

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our Lady Vols had multi-point games as 11th-ranked Tennessee took a decisive 5-2 win over No. 25 Wake Forest in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Véronique Maranda led all scorers with two goals, while forwards Emily Redberg and Kylee Rossi both added a goal and an assist. The Demon Deacons struck first in the eighth minute, but that seemed to light a fire under the Orange and White. UT tied it up in the 29th on Maranda’s goal off assists from Genna Gorman and Talia Wright. Maranda struck again just before half, finishing the cross from Gorman for her second goal. Ali Christoph hit the game-winner on a penalty kick after being taken down in the top of the box in the 49th minute. 1 2 F #25 Wake Forest (9-9-1) 1 1 2 #10 Tennessee (15-5-2) 2 3 5 WFU: Camelyn Dillon (Elizabeth Remy); 7:28 UT: Véronique Maranda (Talia Wright, Genna Gorman); 27:27 UT: Véronique Maranda (Genna Gorman); 41:50 UT: Ali Christoph (penalty kick); 48:31 WFU: Sarah Kozey (Melanie Schneider); 61:43 UT: Emily Redberg (Kylee Rossi); 65:21 UT: Kylee Rossi (Emily Redberg); 71:04 Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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 2005 SECOND ROUND Sunday, Nov. 13, 2005 Klockner Stadium (Charlottesville, Va.) #11 Tennessee ................................. 0 #6 Virginia ........................................ 3 All-American Keeley Dowling (2001-04) scored Tennessee’s only goal against UAB in 2004 allowing the Lady Vols to move on to the Sweet 16. 70

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irginia freshman forward Jess Rostedt scored two goals to lead sixth-ranked Virginia to a 3-0 win over No. 11 Tennes-

see, knocking the Lady Vols out of the NCAA Tournament just shy of a fourth consecutive trip to the regional semifinals. Rostedt, who missed the first match-up between the squads, struck twice within 10 minutes, taking feeds from senior midfielders Noelle Keselica and Sarah Huffman before finishing. The Cavaliers’ third goal also got some help from Rostedt, as Shannon Foley hit a roller from the far left wing that Rostedt shielded from the keeper before leaping over it to give Virginia the final 3-0 advantage. #11 Tennessee (15-6-2) #6 Virginia (17-5-1)

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 2006 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 10, 2006 Regal Soccer Stadium (Knoxville, Tenn.) UAB ............................................... 0 #23 Tennessee ............................. 4

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edshirt freshman forward Mick Imgram led all scorers with a goal and two assists to propel the Tennessee soccer team to a 4-0 victory over UAB in opening round action during the 2006 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament. Imgram helped open the scoring late in the first period with a long cross just inside the UT offensive third. The ball found its way to junior defender Jordan Falcusan, who punched the ball past Blazer starting goalkeeper Katie Forbis for the goal with 57 seconds left in the first half. The Big Orange added their first insurance goal in the 52nd minute when Imgram blasted a direct kick from 19 yards out past a diving Forbis for her seventh score of the year. Tennessee finished the scoring with two goals in a three-minute span. In the 68th, sophomore forward Kylee Rossi finished off a long cross from junior forward Emily Redberg for her 10th goal of the season. Three minutes later, senior midfielder Kristen Doukakis netted her fourth goal in four matches, putting in the rebound from Imgram’s 25-yard rocket off the left post. UAB (8-12-1) #23 Tennessee (12-6-3)

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 2006 SECOND ROUND Sunday, Nov. 12, 2006 Regal Soccer Stadium (Knoxville, Tenn.) Duke ................................................. 0 #23 Tennessee .......................0 (2OT) Lady Vols advanced on PKs, 4-3

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nce again in an NCAA Tournament match-up between Tennessee and Duke, overtime was not enough. A penalty-kick shootout was required after the squads battled to a scoreless tie to determine who would move on in the national draw. The Lady Vols took home the 4-3 advantage in the shootout over the Blue Devils to advance into the regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in five years. Tennessee got the early momentum when sophomore goalkeeper Jaimel Johnson stopped Blue Devil senior midfielder Darby Kroyer’s initial shot. Junior forward Emily Redberg knocked in the first Tennessee try to put her squad on top. Duke’s Elisabeth Redmond stepped up and knocked in her shot to tie things up. After the next UT shot missed, Duke had the chance to keep the shootout even, but its next shot was off-frame. Lady Vol senior midfielder Kristen Doukakis then stepped up to the PK spot and put her chance into the net to give UT a 2-1 advantage. The teams traded scores in the fourth round, before Duke’s Rebecca Moros scored her chance to keep the pressure on the Lady Vols. UT sophomore forward Kylee Rossi ended any doubt when her ball crossed the line to end the shootout, 4-3, to push Tennessee onto the next round. 1 2 OT1 OT2 F Duke (9-8-4) 0 0 0 0 0 #23 Tennessee (12-6-4) 00 0 0 0

Penalty Kick Summary DU: Darby Kroyer (Miss) UT: Emily Redberg (Good) DU: Elisabeth Redmond (Good) UT: Mick Imgram (Miss) DU: Christie McDonald (Miss) UT: Kristen Doukakis (Good) DU: Lauren Tippets (Good) UT: Ali Christoph (Good) DU: Rebecca Moros (Good) UT: Kylee Rossi (Good) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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 2006 THIRD ROUND Saturday, Nov. 18, 2006 Fetzer Field (Chapel Hil, N.C.) Tennessee ........................................ 2 #1 North Carolina ............................ 6

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wo late goals by Tennessee were not enough, as North Carolina’s three goals in each half moved it into the regional finals of the 2006 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament with a 6-2 victory at Fetzer Field. Eventual National Champion Carolina got its first goal in the 14th minute after UT senior defender Jenny Jeffers stopped an Ali Hawkins header off a corner kick. The Tar Heels then played the ball back across the box, where Tobin Heath found Hawkins again for another header that got past UT sophomore goalkeeper Jaimel Johnson. The second came five minutes later, when UNC freshman forward Whitney Engen got a through ball from senior Heather O’Reilly and pushed the shot past Johnson for the score. Yael Averbuch added her 16th goal of the year in the 32nd minute when her 22-yard blast deflected off Johnson’s hands and over the goal line. The Lady Vols did not give up, scoring two goals in the final six minutes of the game. At 84:28, senior All-American mid-

UNC: Ali Hawkins (Tobin Heath), 13:22 UNC: Whitney Engen (Heather O’Reilly), 18:52 UNC: Yael Averbuch (Casey Nogueira), 31:12 UNC: Elisabeth Guess (Whitney Engen, Tobin Heath), 56:03 UNC: Heather O’Reilly (unassisted), 61:00 UNC: Ashley Moore (Sterling Smith, Nikki Washington), 76:42 UT: Ali Christoph (Sarah Van Sickle), 84:28 UT: Emily Redberg (Mick Imgram, Kylee Rossi), 86:10 Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

UT 9 4 7 5 4

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fielder Ali Christoph put a shot past Ashlyn Harris for her 20th career goal, which stands eighth on UT’s all-time list. In the match, North Carolina out-shot Tennessee, 16-9, but UT held a 5-4 advantage in corner kicks. The Big Orange became just the second team all year to tally two goals against the Tar Heels. The Lady Vols ended their season in Chapel Hill for the third time in program history, with two of those losses coming to the home Carolina Blue and White.

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 2007 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 16, 2007 Regal Soccer Stadium (Knoxville, Tenn.) Furman ............................................. 0 #15 Tennessee ................................. 2

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he third-seeded Lady Vols successfully opened their 2007 NCAA Tournament run at Regal Soccer Stadium with a 2-0 victory over the Furman Lady Paladins. Sophomore midfielder Mick Imgram and junior forward Kylee Rossi each registered goals for the Big Orange offense as the Orange & White improved to 6-0-1 all-time in NCAA First Round matches. For Rossi the tally was the 29th of her career to tie former Lady Vol Laura Lauter Smith for the UT career record in the scoring category. Tennessee outshot the Lady Paladins 15-5 in the contest, including 10-2 during the first half of play. For junior goalkeeper Jaimel Johnson, the victory was the 20th of her career and the shutout was her 14th. UT improved to an impressive 130-1 this season when tallying the first goal of the match. UT: Mick Imgram (Kylee Rossi), 0:52 UT: Kylee Rossi (Tanya Emerson), 15:06 Furman (16-6-1) #15 Tennessee (14-4-2)

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 2007 SECOND ROUND Friday, Nov. 16, 2007 Regal Soccer Stadium (Knoxville, Tenn.) Clemson............................................ 0 #15 Tennessee .......................1 (2OT)

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n the strength of junior forward Kylee Rossi’s program record-breaking 30th career goal, Tennessee earned a spot in the NCAA Sweet 16 with a 1-0 double overtime victory over Clemson. The Lady Vols advanced to the Sweet 16 for the fifth time in program history. The match-winner came in the 104th minute after junior goalkeeper Jaimel Johnson found sophomore forward Mick Imgram on the right side. Imgram then fed Rossi in the penalty box, where she settled the ball before ripping a shot past the outstretched arms of the diving Tiger senior goalkeeper, Ashley Phillips, and into the upper left corner of the net. The goal was Rossi’s 12th of the season, giving her 30 points on the year. With the score, the Pennington, N.J., native is now the career record holder in goals, game-winners and golden goals. The win marked UT’s second over an ACC team this season and first in the NCAA Tournament. With the victory, the Big Orange notched its first NCAA Tournament overtime win. 1 0 0

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UT: Kylee Rossi (Mick Imgram, Jaimel Johnson), 103:27 Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

CU 12 8 18 2 0

Enyeart. The Pilots’ second goal came just two minutes later, when UP senior midfielder Natalie Budge got in the way of a rebounded shot, knocking it into the back of the net. Despite giving up two goals, Johnson made nine saves in the first 45 minutes, including two kick saves on shots from inside 10 yards. The defense also made one save of its own and blocked several UP shots. Portland came out of the locker rooms with the same energy, finding the back of the net just over one minute into the second frame. Senior defender Stephanie Lopez found Enyeart at the top of the box where she ripped a shot past Johnson for her second score of the match. Despite Tennessee’s fifth loss in the Sweet 16, Johnson made 12 total saves in the match, setting a new career high. UP: Michelle Enyeart (Sophie Schmidt), 15:21 UP: Natalie Budge (Sophie Schmidt), 17:36 UP: Michelle Enyeart (Stephanie Lopez), 46:25 1 0 2

#15 Tennessee (15-5-2) #2 Portland (18-3-0) Shots Saves Fouls Corners Offsides

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 2008 FIRST ROUND Friday, Nov. 14, 2008 Fetzer Field (Chapel Hill, N.C.) Tennessee ........................................ 0 Charlotte .......................................... 2

pel Hill, N.C. Charlotte came out aggressive in the first half, putting five of its eight shots on goal. Each side had a few quality chances to score in the opening stanza, with several brief outbursts of activity in the box from both squads. In the 14th minute, Lady Vol sophomore midfielder Julie Edwards put the ball in the back of the net on a rebound but was called offsides before the shot. Freshman Chelsea Hatcher had another chance to score minutes later when a corner kick from Edwards found her in the center of the box. Hatcher ripped a shot but Charlotte keeper Lauren Brown made a last-second save with her right hand to keep the Lady Vols out of the net. The 49ers struck with the eventual game winner in the 51st minute as freshman Oni Bernard chased down a long pass before playing a ball into the slot for forward Nikki Dumencich whose shot slipped through the hands of UT keeper Jaimel Johnson. They found the back of the net again in the 69th minute. Nikki Czaplicki benefited from a deflection near the top of the box where she found herself free. The senior then blasted a shot into the upper left corner to give Charlotte a 2-0 lead.

 

CHAR: Nikki Dumencich (Oni Bernard), 50:40 CHAR: Nikki Czaplicki (unassisted), 68:06 1 0 0

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Points 150 ........................................................ 1996 Fewest Points 50 .......................................................... 2004 Goals 52 .......................................................... 1996 Fewest Goals 18 ............................................2003 & 2004 Assists 46 ......................................................... 1996 Fewest Assists 14 .......................................................... 2004 Shots 307 ........................................................ 2007 Fewest Shots 165 ....................................................... 2005 Fouls 312 ....................................................... 2002 Fewest Fouls 190 ........................................................ 1999 Corner Kicks 117 ........................................................ 1996 Fewest Corner Kicks 58 .......................................................... 2003 Shutouts 7 ...................................1996, 1999 & 2008 Goalkeeper Saves 206 ........................................................ 2002 Fewest Goalkeeper Saves 77......................................................... 2009

Matches Played 25 ............................................Ellen Dean, Sue Flamini, Tara Minnax, Marie-Eve Nault, Lyndsey Patterson, Carie Swibas, Rhian Wilkinson, 2002 Matches Started 25........................Ellen Dean, Marie-Eve Nault, Carie Swibas, Rhian Wilkinson, 2002 Points 46..................................Allison Campbell, 1998 Goals 17..................................Allison Campbell, 1998 Match-Winning Goals 6 ................................................Kylee Rossi, 2007 # Assists 15....................................Rhian Wilkinson, 2002 Shots 105 ................................ Chelsea Hatcher, 2010 Consecutive Matches with a Point 11............................. Kim Patrick, 9/23-11/8/01 Consecutive Matches with a Goal 7 .............................Kim Patrick, 9/23-10/21/01 Consecutive Matches with an Assist 4 ............................Kelly Berrall, 10/6-10/20/00 Laura Lauter Smith, 10/18-11/1/98 Debbie Markovich, 9/12-9/26/97 Goalkeeper Saves 111 .................................. Jaimel Johnson, 2007 Shutouts 12................. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2003 Lowest Goals Against Average 0.68 ............. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2004 Minutes in Goal 2,237 ...............Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2004

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Opponent Season Records

 INDIV. SEASON RECORDS

COACHES

Matches Played 25.........................................................................2002 Victories 18.........................................................................2002 Highest Winning Percentage .750 .................................(17-5-2 in 2003 & 2004) Lowest Winning Percentage .325 ............................................... (6-13-1 in 1996) Defeats 13.........................................................................1996 Ties 4 ...........................................................................2006 Fewest Victories 6 ...........................................................................1996 Fewest Defeats 5 ................................................ 2003, 2004 & 2007 Fewest Ties 0 ................................................ 1997, 1998 & 2000 Longest Winning Streak 9 ........................................................ 9/19-10/22/04 Longest Losing Streak 5 ...........................................................9/14-9/28/99 Longest Unbeaten Streak 12....................................................10/10-11/22/03 Longest Home Winning Streak 11..................................................9/18/05-10/8/06 Longest Home Losing Streak 4 ........................................................ 10/2-10/25/98 Longest Home Unbeaten Streak 14.............................................10/15/06-11/18/07 Longest Road Winning Streak 7 ...........................................................9/13-11/5/98 Longest Road Losing Streak 6 ........................................................ 9/20-10/27/96 Longest Shutout Streak (minutes) 457:30 ........................... (19:30 vs. Virginia Tech [9/7/07] through 89:22 vs. UNC Greensboro [9/21/07] – span of five matches) Longest Scoreless Streak (minutes) 319:48 ..............................(21:51 vs. Washington [9/3/04] through 31:39 vs. Southern Cal [9/12/04] – span of four matches) Points 192 ......................................................................1998 Fewest Points 63.........................................................................2009 Goals 67.........................................................................1998 Fewest Goals 23.........................................................................2009 Assists 66.........................................................................2002 Fewest Assists 17.........................................................................2009 Shots 458 ......................................................................2002 Fewest Shots 220 ......................................................................1996

Fouls 241 ......................................................................1996 Fewest Fouls 174 ......................................................................1999 Corner Kicks 185 ......................................................................2002 Fewest Corner Kicks 82.........................................................................1996 Shutouts 12.........................................................................2003 Fewest Shutouts 2 ...........................................................................1996 Goalkeeper Saves 117 .......................................................1996 & 1997 Fewest Goalkeeper Saves 52.........................................................................2005 Lowest Goals Against Average 0.72 .....................................................................2004 Best Save Percentage .850 .....................................................................2007 Most Overtime Matches 9 (3-2-4, .556) ..................................................2006 9 (5-3-1, .611) ..................................................2002 Most Consecutive Overtime Matches 2 ...eight times, most recently 10/21-10/24/10 All-Time Record in Overtime Matches ..........................................................29-16-21 (.598) Record in Penalty Kicks ..................................................................... 4-1 (.800)

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 TEAM SEASON RECORDS

Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) excelled between the pipes during her career. Her 12 shutouts in 2003 and 0.68 goals against average in 2004 are both Big Orange records.

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 TEAM MATCH RECORDS Points 29.......................vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 (9-0) Goals 9 ........................vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 (9-0) at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 (9-0) Goals Scored in Defeat 3...................most recently vs. Clemson, 9/23/01 (3-4) Goals Allowed 8 ..........................at North Carolina, 9/5/97 (0-8) Goals Allowed in Victory 5 .................vs. Colorado College, 11/1/98 (7-5) Goals Scored by Both Teams 12 ...............UT & Colorado College, 11/1/98 (7-5) Fastest Goal 0:10...................Kayla Lockaby at Mississippi, 9/26/04 Fastest Goal by Opponent 0:23 ......... Carrie Patterson, Georgia, 10/31/08 Latest Goal to Tie 88:40 .............. Holly Kimble at Radford, 11/1/96 Latest Goal to Win (All Games) 117:57.................Kim Patrick at Kentucky, 10/14/01 Latest Goal to Win (Regulation Only) 89:56................... Keeley Dowling vs. Kentucky, 10/17/04 Margin of Victory 9 .........................vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 (9-0) at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 (9-0) Margin of Victory, Shutout 9 .........................vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 (9-0) at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 (9-0) Margin of Victory at Home 9 .........................vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 (9-0) Margin of Victory Away 9 .............................at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 (9-0) Margin of Defeat 8 ..........................at North Carolina, 9/5/97 (0-8) Margin of Defeat, Shutout 8 ..........................at North Carolina, 9/5/97 (0-8) Margin of Defeat at Home 6 ...................... vs. North Carolina, 10/4/98 (0-6) Margin of Defeat Away 8 ..........................at North Carolina, 9/5/97 (0-8) Assists 11.................................vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Shots 56....................... vs. Middle Tennessee, 10/8/97 Shots Allowed 37....................................... North Carolina, 9/5/97 Fewest Shots 0 ................................................vs. Florida, 11/7/96 Fewest Shots by Opponent 1 ..........................most recently by LSU, 10/9/05 Corner Kicks 16................................. vs. Chattanooga, 8/30/96 Fouls 24..............................................at Auburn, 9/12/97 Goalkeeper Saves 15..............................................vs. Florida, 11/7/96

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During her two years in Big Orange Country, Kim Patrick (2001-02) led the team in scoring, helped the Lady Vols to a pair of NCAA appearances and was a M.A.C. Hermann Trophy finalist in 2002.

 INDIV. MATCH RECORDS Points 10...............................Allison Campbell (5 goals) at UNC Asheville, 9/18/98 Goals 5 ...................................................Allison Campbell at UNC Asheville, 9/18/98 Goals in a Half 4 ................ Allison Campbell vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 (Second) Assists 3 ...........................most recently by Sue Flamini at Kentucky, 10/26/03 Shots 12................. Kim Patrick vs. Clemson, 9/23/01 Allison Campbell at ETSU, 10/9/98 Goalkeeper Saves 15.................Sarah Shivley vs. Florida, 11/7/96

Opponent Match Records TEAM Points 29............................. North Carolina, 9/5/97 Goals 8 ............................... North Carolina, 9/5/97 Assists 13............................. North Carolina, 9/5/97 Shots 37............................. North Carolina, 9/5/97 Corner Kicks 14...........................North Carolina, 10/4/98 Fouls 26...............................................SMU, 10/4/96 Goalkeeper Saves 19........................ East Tenn. State, 10/9/98

INDIVIDUAL Points 8 .................................................Robin Confer, North Carolina, 9/5/97 Goals 3 ............... Chalise Baysa, Oregon, 9/4/98, Meredith Florance, North Carolina, 9/5/97 Molly Cameron, Baylor, 9/8/96 Assists 4 ...............Jena Kluegel, North Carolina,9/3/00 Robin Confer, North Carolina, 9/5/97 Lisa Olinyk, Florida, 9/29/96 Shots 10............... Annie Gage, Kentucky, 10/14/01 Danielle Fotopoulos, Florida, 11/7/96

Sue Flamini (2001-04) is tied for second in career matches played (91) and finished her four-year career tied for fourth with 25 assists at UT.

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Minutes -- Goalkeeper 1. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . 2,237, 2004 2. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,232, 2002 3. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . 2,217, 2003 4. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . 2,124, 2005 5. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,102, 2008 6. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,045, 2007 7. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,893, 2009 8. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,848, 2010 9. Cori Stevens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,650, 2001 10. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,540, 2000

Shutouts -- Goalkeeper 1. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 12, 2003 2. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 11, 2004 3. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2007 4. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 2005 5. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 2009 6. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3, 2002 7. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3, 1998 8. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 2010 Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, 2006 & 2008 10. Sarah Shivley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5, 1997

Assists 1. Rhian Wilkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 2002 2. Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 1998 3. Ali Christoph. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2003 Lyndsey Patterson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2002 Laura Lauter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 1998 6. Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 2002 Rhian Wilkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 2000 8. Genna Gorman . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 2004 & 2005 Ali Christoph. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 2004 Sue Flamini . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 2003 Kelly Berrall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 2000

Saves -- Goalkeeper 1. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111, 2007 2. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101, 2009 3. Cori Stevens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97, 2001 Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97, 2000 5. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 91, 2004 6. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87, 1999 7. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85, 2008 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 85, 2003 9. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84, 2010 Sarah Shivley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84, 1996

Goals Against Average 1. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart . . . . . . . . . . 0.68, 2004 2. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart . . . . . . . . . . 0.73, 2003 3. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.88, 2007 4. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.01, 2002 5. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.05, 2006 Sarah Kitchin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.05, 2006 7. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart . . . . . . . . . . 1.06, 2005 8. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.14, 2009 9. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24, 2008 10. Sarah Shivley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.39, 1997

HISTORY

Goals 1. Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 1998 2. Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 2008 3. Mick Imgram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 2009 Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 2007 Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12, 2001 & 2002 Rhian Wilkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 2000 Laura Lauter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 1998 8. Lyndsey Patterson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 2003 Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 1999 10. Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2006 Kayla Lockaby. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2004 Kendyl Michner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 1997

REVIEW

Victories -- Goalkeeper 1. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, 2002 2. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 17. 2004 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 17, 2003 4. Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart. . . . . . . . . . . 16, 2005 5. Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 2007 6. Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 2000 Ellen Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 1998 8. Molly Baird . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2010 Jaimel Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2008 Cori Stevens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 2001

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Shots 1. Chelsea Hatcher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105, 2010 2. Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96, 2007 3. Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95, 1999 4. Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90, 2002 5. Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89, 1998 6. Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 2006 Rhian Wilkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83, 2000 8. Mick Imgram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81, 2008 Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81, 2001 10. Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80, 2008

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Points 1. Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46, 1998 2. Laura Lauter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 1998 3. Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, 2002 Rhian Wilkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, 2000 5. Rhian Wilkinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31, 2002 Kim Patrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31, 2001 7. Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, 2007 8. Mick Imgram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, 2009 Kylee Rossi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, 2008 10. Lyndsey Patterson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26, 2003 Allison Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26, 1999

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 SINGLE SEASON TOP 10

 LADY VOL TOP TEAM PERFORMANCES TEAM Points 29 27 25 24 Goals 9 8 7

vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 vs. Chattanooga, 9/19/10 vs. ETSU, 9/19/97 vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 & at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 vs. Chattanooga, 9/19/10, at East Tenn. State, 10/9/98, at UNC Asheville, 9/18/98 & vs. ETSU, 9/19/97 Four times, last vs. UNC Asheville, 9/10/00

Assists 11 vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 9 vs. Chattanooga, 9/19/10, at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 8 vs. Louisville, 10/30/98 vs. ETSU, 9/19/97 6 at UNLV, 9/7/03 vs. Furman, 11/15/02 vs. UNC Asheville, 9/10/00 Shots 56 48 44 43

vs. Middle Tennessee, 10/8/97 at Chattanooga, 9/1/97 vs. ETSU, 9/19/97 vs. Chattanooga, 9/19/10

Fouls 24 22 21 20 19

Goalkeeper Saves 15 vs. Florida, 11/7/96 13 at Portland, 11/24/07 at Kentucky, 10/14/01 at North Carolina, 9/5/97 12 at Vanderbilt, 9/26/99 11 Five times, most recently vs. Florida, 9/30/07 INDIVIDUAL Points 10 Allison Campbell at UNC Asheville, 9/18/98 8 Allison Campbell vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 7 Four times, last - Rhian Wilkinson vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Goals 5 4

Corner Kicks 16 vs. Chattanooga, 8/30/96 15 Six times, last vs. South Carolina, 10/2/05 14 vs. UNC Asheville, 9/10/00 at East Tenn. State, 10/9/98

at Auburn, 9/12/97 at Kentucky, 10/14/01 & vs. Arkansas, 9/15/96 at West Virginia, 9/4/05 vs. Wisconsin, 9/17/10 at Alabama, 10/7/01 at Alabama 11/5/98 at Radford, 11/1/96

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Allison Campbell at UNC Asheville, 9/18/98 Allison Campbell vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 Kayla Lockaby vs. Murray State, 9/8/02 Keeley Dowling at Alabama, 10/7/01 Rhian Wilkinson vs. UNC Asheville, 9/10/00 Laura Lauter at South Carolina, 9/13/98

Melissa Covington vs. ETSU, 9/19/97 Melissa Covington vs. South Carolina, 10/27/96 Whitney Rayburn vs. Chattanooga, 8/30/96 Assists 3 Sue Flamini at Kentucky, 10/26/03 Lyndsey Patterson vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Rhian Wilkinson vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Rhian Wilkinson vs. Mississippi, 10/22/00 Jen Laughridge at East Tenn. State, 10/9/98 Shots 12 11 10

Kim Patrick vs. Clemson, 9/23/01 Allison Campbell at ETSU, 10/9/98 Rhian Wilkinson vs. Georgia, 10/27/00 Laura Lauter vs. East Tenn. State, 9/19/97 Chelsea Hatcher vs. Miss. State, 10/8/10 Chelsea Hatcher vs. Arkansas, 9/24/10 Chelsea Hatcher vs. Florida, 10/16/09 Emily Redberg vs. Alabama, 10/20/06

Goalkeeper Saves 15 Sarah Shivley vs. Florida, 11/7/96 12 Jaimel Johnson at Portland, 11/24/07 Cori Stevens at Kentucky, 10/14/01 Ellen Dean at Vanderbilt, 9/26/99 11 Five times, last - Jaimel Johnson vs. Florida, 9/30/07

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 CAREER TOP 10 Matches Played 1. Ali Christoph (2003-06) ...................................93 2. Sue Flamini (2001-04) ......................................91 Erica Griffin (2004-07) ......................................91 Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) ........................91 Emily Redberg (2004-07) ................................91 6. Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ..............................89 Kayla Lockaby (2001-04).................................89 8. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .......................................87 9. Jenny Jeffers (2003-06) ...................................85 10. Melissa Speros (2007-10)................................84

Shots 1. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .................................... 329 2. Mick Imgram (2006-09) ................................ 310 3. Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) ..................... 240 4. Ali Christoph (2003-06) ................................ 227 5. Chelsea Hatcher (2008-present) ........224 6. Kayla Lockaby (2001-04).............................. 194 7. Emily Redberg (2004-07) ............................. 190 8. Allison Campbell (1998-99) ........................ 184 9. Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000) ............... 181 10. Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) .......................... 179

Matches Started 1. Ali Christoph (2003-06) ...................................93 2. Erica Griffin (2004-07) ......................................90 3. Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ..............................89 4. Kayla Lockaby (2001-04).................................88 Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) ........................88 6. Sue Flamini (2001-04) ......................................85 7. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .......................................80 8. Mick Imgram (2006-09) ...................................77 Carie Swibas (2000-03) ....................................77 10. Emily Redberg (2004-07) ................................76

Hat Tricks 1. Allison Campbell (1998-99) ...........................2* Melissa Covington (1996-98) ..........................2 3. Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ................................1 Kayla Lockaby (2001-04)...................................1 Whitney Rayburn (1996-98) ............................1 Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000) ....................1 Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) ...............................1 *includes five-goal effort and four-goal total

Points 1. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .........................................................102 (43G-16A) 2. Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) ........................................................... 88 (28G-32A) 3. Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000) ........................................................... 75 (29G-17A) 4. Allison Campbell (1998-99) ........................................................... 72 (28G-16A) 5. Mick Imgram (2006-09) ........................................................... 70 (25G-20A) 6. Ali Christoph (2003-06) ........................................................... 67 (20G-27A) Kayla Lockaby (2001-04) ........................................................... 67 (26G-15A) Emily Redberg (2004-07) ........................................................... 67 (26G-15A) 9. Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ........................................................... 65 (25G-15A) 10. Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) ........................................................... 64 (20G-24A) Kim Patrick (2001-02) ........................................................... 64 (24G-16A) Goals 1. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .......................................43 2. Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000) ..................29 3. Allison Campbell (1998-99) ...........................28 Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) .............................28 5. Kayla Lockaby (2001-04).................................26 Emily Redberg (2004-07) ................................26 7. Mick Imgram (2006-09) ...................................25 Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ..............................25 Kendyl Michner (1997-99)..............................25 10. Kim Patrick (2001-02).......................................24 Assists 1. Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) .............................32 2. Ali Christoph (2003-06) ...................................27 3. Jen Laughridge (1998-2002) .........................26 4. Sue Flamini (2001-04) ......................................25 Kelly Berrall (1997-2000) .................................25 6. Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) ........................24 7. Mick Imgram (2006-09) ...................................20 8. Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000) ..................17 9. Genna Gorman (2004-05) ..............................16 Allison Campbell (1998-99) ...........................16

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Game-Winning Goals 1. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .......................................15 2. Kayla Lockaby (2001-04).................................11 3. Mick Imgram (2006-09) ...................................10 Ali Christoph (2003-06) ...................................10 Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ..............................10 6. Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) ..........................9 Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) ...............................9 8. Emily Redberg (2004-07) ..................................8 9. Sue Flamini (2001-04) ........................................7 Kendyl Michner (1997-99)................................7 Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000) ....................7 Golden Goals 1. Kylee Rossi (2005-08) .........................................4 2. Keeley Dowling (2001-04) ................................3 Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) ...............................3 4. Tanya Emerson (2007-10) ................................2 Genna Gorman (2004-05) ................................2 Kayla Lockaby (2001-04)...................................2 Kim Patrick (2001-02).........................................2 8. Caroline Brown (2010-present) ............. 1 Emily Dowd (2008-present) ................... 1 Nine additional players .....................................1 Matches Played -- Goalkeeper 1. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ............................79 2. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) .......................72 3. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) ................................61 4. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) ..................................54 5. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)................................42 6. Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ................................20 Cori Stevens (2001-02) ....................................20 8. Sarah Kitchin (2006-09) ...................................11 9. Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) ................................... 10 Matches Started -- Goalkeeper 1. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ............................74 2. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) .......................71 3. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) ...............................60 4. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)................................40 5. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) ..................................35 6. Cori Stevens (2001-02) ....................................17 7. Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ................................11 8. Sarah Kitchin (2006-09) .....................................8 9. Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) .................................4

Lady Vol soccer’s first Olympian, Rhian Wilkinson (200003), finished her career as the all-time leader in UT history in points and assists with 88 and 32, respectively. Kylee Rossi surpassed Wilkinson’s career point total IN 2008. Minutes -- Goalkeeper 1. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) .................6,602 2. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ......................6,478 3. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) ........................5,484 4. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)..........................3,817 5. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) ............................3,273 6. Cori Stevens (2001-02) ..............................1,726 7. Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ..........................1,067 8. Sarah Kitchin (2006-present) ..................... 778 9. Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) ............................ 426 Saves -- Goalkeeper 1. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ......................... 325 2. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) ........................... 253 3. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) .................... 227 4. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) ............................... 195 5. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)............................. 187 6. Cori Stevens (2001-02) ....................................98 7. Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ................................71 8. Sarah Kitchin (2006-present) ........................28 9. Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) ...............................16 Shutouts -- Goalkeeper 1. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) ................... 32.0 2. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) .......................... 20.0 3. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ........................ 16.4 4. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)............................ 12.0 5. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) .................................8.3 6. Cori Stevens (2001-02) ...................................3.3 7. Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ...............................3.0 8. Sarah Kitchin (2005-present) .......................2.0 9. Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) ..............................1.6 Victories -- Goalkeeper 1. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) .......................49 2. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ............................46 3. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) ..............................31 4. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)................................19 5. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) ..................................15 6. Cori Stevens (2001-02) ....................................10 7. Sarah Kitchin (2006-09) .....................................5 Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ..................................5 9. Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) .................................2 Goals Against Average (50% min.) 1. V. Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) ................... 0.82 2. Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) .......................... 1.07 3. Molly Baird (2006, 08-10)............................ 1.30 4. Ellen Dean (1998-2000, 02) ........................ 1.43 5. Cori Stevens (2001-02) ................................ 1.46 6. Sarah Shivley (1996-99) .............................. 2.01 7. Kim Hull (1996-97, 2000) ............................ 2.28


YEARLY LEADERS/TOTALS OUTLOOK

 YEARLY SCORING LEADERS G 9 10 17 11 12 12 12 11 10 8 10 12 13 12 8

A 4 4 12 4 9 7 9 4 3 4 5 6 1 3 4

P 22 24 46 26 33 31 33 26 23 20 25 30 27 27 20

HISTORY

Shots 49 54 89 95 83 81 90 68 69 70 83 96 80 75 105

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GP/GS 20/18 19/19 20/20 20/20 19/19 18/18 24/23 24/24 24/24 23/20 23/23 22/19 19/17 20/20 20/20

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Name Melissa Covington Kendyl Michner Allison Campbell Allison Campbell Rhian Wilkinson Kim Patrick Kim Patrick Lyndsey Patterson Kayla Lockaby Kylee Rossi Kylee Rossi Kylee Rossi Kylee Rossi Mick Imgram Chelsea Hatcher

COACHES

Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kylee Rossi (2005-08), UT’s all-time scoring leader, is the only Lady Vol to lead the team in scoring in each of her four seasons at Tennessee.

 YEARLY GOALKEEPING LEADERS Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name Sarah Shivley Sarah Shivley Ellen Dean Ellen Dean Ellen Dean Cori Stevens Ellen Dean Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart Jaimel Johnson Jaimel Johnson Jaimel Johnson Molly Baird Molly Baird

GP/GS 17/13 18/14 18/16 18/16 18/17 17/17 25/25 24/24 24/24 23/23 15/15 22/22 23/23 20/20 20/20

Min. 1,345 1,039 1,334 1,372 1,540 1,650 2,232 2,217 2,237 2,124 1,375 2,045 2,102 1,893 1,848

Saves 84 68 66 87 97 97 75 85 91 51 56 111 85 101 84

GA 36 16 24 29 25 27 25 18 17 27 16 20 29 24 31

Save % .700 .810 .733 .750 .795 .782 .750 .825 .843 .671 .778 .847 .746 .808 .730

GAA 2.41 1.39 1.62 1.90 1.46 1.47 1.01 0.73 0.68 1.06 1.05 0.88 1.24 1.14 1.51

GA 52 33 38 36 32 28 26 18 18 25 25 20 29 24 31 435

Save% .692 .780 .714 .741 .776 .780 .752 .825 .841 .695 .786 .850 .750 .811 .730 .766

ShO 1.5 4.5 5.1 1.3 3.5 3.0 6.3 12.0 11.0 9.0 5.0 10.0 5.0 7.0 5.0

W-L-T 4-9-1 8-3-0 11-5-0 6-10-1 11-7-0 10-6-1 18-6-1 17-5-2 17-5-2 15-6-2 6-4-4 15-5-2 10-11-2 8-9-3 10-9-1

 TENNESSEE SEASON-BY-SEASON TOTALS Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals:

Matches 20 19 20 20 20 18 25 24 24 23 23 22 23 20 20 321

Minutes 1,843 1,039 1,803 1,855 1,815 1,740 2,334 2,217 2,254 2,131 2,197 2,053 2,126 1,893 1,861 29,161

Shots 220 347 369 374 368 336 458 347 414 322 373 371 387 327 378 5,391

Goals 34 48 67 36 44 39 57 44 39 33 38 33 28 23 34 597

Assists 25 44 58 34 42 37 66 44 42 31 33 28 20 17 29 550

Points 93 140 192 106 130 115 180 132 120 97 109 94 76 63 97 1,744

Saves 117 117 95 103 111 99 79 85 95 57 92 113 87 103 84 1,437

GAA 2.54 1.72 1.90 1.75 1.59 1.45 1.00 0.73 0.72 1.06 1.02 0.88 1.23 1.14 1.50 1.35

ShO W-L-T 2 6-13-1 7 11-8-0 7 12-8-0 3 8-11-1 4 12-8-0 3 11-6-1 7 18-6-1 12 17-5-2 11 17-5-2 10 15-6-2 8 12-7-4 11 15-5-2 6 10-11-2 7 8-9-3 6 10-9-1 104 182-117-22

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 FRESHMAN RECORDS

 SOPHOMORE RECORDS

Matches Played: 24, Melissa Amado & Ali Christoph (2003), Lindsay Brauer, Genna Gorman, Erica Griffin & Emily Redberg (2004) Matches Started: 24, Ali Christoph (2003) & Erica Griffin (2004)

Matches Played: 25, Sue Flamini & Lyndsey Patterson (2002) Matches Started: 24, Kayla Lockaby (2002), Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (2003), Ali Christoph & Jenny Jeffers (2004)

Points 1. 2. 3. 4.

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goals 1. 2. 3. 5.

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Allison Campbell Rhian Wilkinson Keeley Dowling Genna Gorman Ali Christoph Sue Flamini Melissa Covington

46, 1998 33, 2000 23, 2001 22, 2004 22, 2003 22, 2001 22, 1996

Allison Campbell Rhian Wilkinson Keeley Dowling Melissa Covington Kylee Rossi Sue Flamini Tara Minnax Laura Lauter

17, 1998 12, 2000 9, 2001 9, 1996 8, 2005 8, 2001 8, 1998 8, 1997

Allison Campbell Ali Christoph Rhian Wilkinson Genna Gorman Jen Laughridge

12, 1998 10, 2003 9, 2000 8, 2004 7, 1998

Match-Winning Goals: 4, Melissa Covington, 1996 & Rhian Wilkinson, 2000 Shots: 89, Allison Campbell, 1998 Shutouts: 5.3, Ellen Dean, 1998 Goals Against Average: 1.05, Sarah Kitchin, 2006 Fewest Goals Allowed: 9, Sarah Kitchin, 2006

5. Assists 1. 3. 4.

34, 1998 26, 1999 25, 2006 24, 1997 23, 2002

Laura Lauter Allison Campbell Kylee Rossi Kendyl Michner Kayla Lockaby

12, 1998 11, 1999 10, 2006 10, 1997 8, 2002

Lyndsey Patterson Laura Lauter Ali Christoph Mick Imgram Kayla Lockaby Jen Laughridge

10, 2002 10, 1998 8, 2004 7, 2007 7, 2002 7, 1999

Match-Winning Goals: 5, Kendyl Michner, 1997 Shots: 95, Allison Campbell, 1999 Shutouts: 12, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2003 Goals Against Average: 0.73, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2003 Fewest Goals Allowed: 16, Jaimel Johnson, 2006; & Sarah Shivley, 1997

 JUNIOR RECORDS

 SENIOR RECORDS

Matches Played: 25, Marie-Eve Nault, Carie Swibas & Rhian Wilkinson (2002) Matches Started: 25, Marie-Eve Nault, Carie Swibas & Rhian Wilkinson (2002)

Matches Played: 25, Ellen Dean & Tara Minnax (2002) Matches Started: 25, Ellen Dean (2002)

Points 1.

Points 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. Goals 1. 3. 4. 5.

Assists 1. 2. 3. 5.

Rhian Wilkinson Kim Patrick Kylee Rossi Lyndsey Patterson Kendyl Michner

31, 2002 31, 2001 30, 2007 26, 2003 23, 1998

Kylee Rossi Kim Patrick Lyndsey Patterson Kendyl Michner Chelsea Hatcher Rhian Wilkinson

12, 2007 12, 2001 11, 2003 9, 1998 8, 2010 8, 2002

Rhian Wilkinson Sue Flamini Kim Patrick Shayna Teutsch Kylee Rossi

15, 2002 8, 2003 7, 2001 7, 1998 6, 2007

Match-Winning Goals: 6, Kylee Rossi, 2007 Shots: 105, Chelsea Hatcher, 2010 Shutouts: 11, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2004 Goals Against Average: 0.68, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2004 Fewest Goals Allowed: 7, Kim Sgarlata, 2000 78

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Laura Lauter Allison Campbell Kylee Rossi Kendyl Michner Kayla Lockaby

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Assists 1. 2. 3. 4.

Kim Patrick Mick Imgram Kylee Rossi Kayla Lockaby Jen Laughridge

33, 2002 27, 2009 27, 2008 23, 2004 20, 2002

Kylee Rossi Mick Imgram Kim Patrick Kayla Lockaby Jen Laughridge Debbie Markovich Emily Redberg

13, 2008 12, 2009 12, 2002 10, 2004 7, 2002 7, 1997 7, 2007

Kim Patrick 9, 2002 Kelly Berrall 8, 2000 Rhian Wilkinson 7, 2003 Ali Christoph 6, 2006 Lyndsey Patterson 6, 2004 Jen Laughridge 6, 2002 Match-Winning Goals: 4, Rhian Wilkinson, 2003, Kayla Lockaby, 2004, Mick Imgram, 2009 Shots: 90, Kim Patrick, 2002 Shutouts: 9, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2005 Goals Against Average: 1.01, Ellen Dean, 2002 Fewest Goals Allowed: 25, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, 2005 & Ellen Dean, 2002


LADY VOL ALL-AMERICANS OUTLOOK COACHES LADY VOLS REVIEW

Keeley Dowling Allison Campbell 1998 Freshman All-American 1998, 1999 All-Region 1 1998, 1999 All-SEC

Kayla Lockaby 2004 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American 2004 Honorable Mention All-American 2002, 2004 All-Region 2002, 2004 All-SEC

2002, 2003, 2004 All-American Rhian Wilkinson 2001 Freshman All-American 2000 Freshman All-American 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 All-Region 2000, 2002, 2003 All-Region 2003, 2004 SEC Def. Player of the Year 2000, 2002, 2003 All-SEC 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 All-SEC

HISTORY

Jenny Jeffers 2006 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-American 2005 All-Region

JJaimel i l JJohnson h 2007 All-American 2007 All-Region 2008 SEC Tournament MVP 2007, 2008 All-SEC

Kylee Rossi 2007 All-American 2005 Freshman All-American 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 All-Region 2006, 2007 SEC Off. Player of the Year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 All-SEC

Ali Christoph

Vanessa PhillipsBosshart 2004 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American 2004, 2005 All-SEC

2005, 2006 All-American 2006 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American 2006 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-American 2003 Freshman All-American 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 All-Region 2006 SEC Soccer Scholar Athlete of the Year 2004, 2005, 2006 All-SEC

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Jackie Acevedo

Melissa Amado

Tori Bailey

Molly Baird

Natalie Balash

Miriam Bennett

Kelly Berrall

Nikki Bratta

Caroline Brown

Molly Buns

Allison Campbell

Caroline Capocaccia

Ali Christoph

Cameron Conway

Grace Cuenin

Ashley Dawes

Ellen Dean

Molly Delk

Emily Dowd

Keeley Dowling

Kristen Doukakis

Kathy Blakemore

Mia Boyd

Mimi Couns

Melissa Covington

Julie Edwards

Tanya Emerson

 LADY VOL INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS NATIONAL TEAM PARTICIPATION FIFA Women’s World Cup 1999 Kendyl Michner (Mexico) 2003 Rhian Wilkinson (Canada) 2007 Rhian Wilkinson (Canada) 2011 Rhian Wilkinson (Canada) Marie-Even Nault (Canada) Olympic Games 2008 Rhian Wilkinson (Canada) Canadian National Team 2003 Marie-Eve Nault Rhian Wilkinson CONCACAF Women’s Championship 2010 Marie-Eve Nault Rhian Wilkinson Pan American Games 2003 Rhian Wilkinson (Silver Medal) 2007 Rhian Wilkinson (Bronze Medal) Nordic Cup 2004 Keeley Dowling (Gold Medal)

Keeley Dowling (semifinalist) Ali Christoph (preseason watch list) Kylee Rossi (preseason watch list) Kylee Rossi (preseason watch list) Jaimel Johnson (preseason watch list)

NSCAA All-America 2002 Keeley Dowling (second team) 2003 Keeley Dowling (first team) 2004 Keeley Dowling (first team) 2005 Ali Christoph (first team) 2006 Ali Christoph (second team) 2007 Jaimel Johnson (third team) Soccer Buzz All-America 2001 Sue Flamini (honorable mention) 2002 Keeley Dowling (first team) 2003 Keeley Dowling (first team) 2004 Keeley Dowling (first team) Kayla Lockaby (honorable mention) 2005 Ali Christoph (third team) 2006 Ali Christoph (third team) 2007 Kylee Rossi (third team) Jaimel Johnson (honorable mention)

Peace Queen Cup 2008 Rhian Wilkinson (Bronze Medal)

SoccerTimes.com All-America 2003 Keeley Dowling (second team) 2005 Ali Christoph (second team)

Four Nations Tournament 2008 Rhian Wilkinson (Canada)

collegesoccer.com All-America 2001 Keeley Dowling (honorable mention)

United States Under-21 National Team 2004 Keeley Dowling

Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Season 2005 Ali Christoph (first team) Jenny Jeffers (second team) Genna Gorman (fourth team) 2006 Ali Christoph (first team) Jenny Jeffers (second team) Kylee Rossi (second team) 2007 Kylee Rossi (third team) Mick Imgram (honorable mention) Emily Redberg (honorable mention) 2008 Jaimel Johnson (second team)

FIFA Under-19 World Championships 2002 Keeley Dowling (Gold Medal) Canadian Under-20 National Team 2006 Véronique Maranda United States Under-19 National Team 2002 Keeley Dowling NATIONAL HONORS Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy 2002 Kim Patrick (finalist) 2003 Keeley Dowling (semifinalist) 80

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Soccer Buzz Player of the Year Finalist 2003 Keeley Dowling 2004 Keeley Dowling

Soccer America Freshman All-America 2001 Keeley Dowling (second team) 2005 Kylee Rossi (second team) Soccer Buzz Freshman of the Year Finalist 2001 Sue Flamini 2003 Ali Christoph 2005 Kylee Rossi Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America 1998 Allison Campbell (second team) 2000 Rhian Wilkinson (second team) 2001 Sue Flamini (first team) Keeley Dowling (second team) 2003 Ali Christoph (second team) 2004 Genna Gorman (third team) 2005 Kylee Rossi (second team) Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie Team 2005 Kylee Rossi 2007 Melissa Speros (first team) Soccer America Team of the Week 1997 Kassie Kees (Sept. 23) 1999 Ellen Dean (Sept. 13) 2000 Kelly Berrall (Oct. 9) Rhian Wilkinson (Oct. 30) 2001 Keeley Dowling (Oct. 16) Kim Patrick (Oct. 23) 2002 Keeley Dowling (Nov. 13) Kim Patrick (Oct. 9) 2003 Keeley Dowling (Sept. 2, Sept. 16) Ali Christoph (Oct. 14) 2004 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (Sept. 15) Kayla Lockaby (Oct. 5) Keeley Dowling (Oct. 19) 2005 Kylee Rossi (Sept. 12) Ali Christoph (Sept. 27) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 3) Jenny Jeffers (Nov. 9) 2006 Kylee Rossi (Oct. 2) 2007 Mick Imgram (Sept. 5) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 2, Oct. 23, Oct. 30) Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week 2001 Kim Patrick (Oct. 23) Cori Stevens (Oct. 15) 2002 Keeley Dowling (Nov. 13)


ALL-TIME HONORS & AWARDS OUTLOOK

Sue Flamini

Genna Gorman

Erica Griffin

Ali Hall

Heather Handel

Jodie Hanlon

Amy Harrison

Chelsea Hatcher

Mackenzie Higgins

Bethany Himel

Sharon Holmes

Mick Imgram

Sarah Jackyra

Jenny Jeffers

Jaimel Johnson

Kassie Kees

Sarah Kitchin

Jen Laughridge

Kayla Lockaby

Lara Langworthy

Stacey Longino

Véronique Maranda

Melissa Majcher

LADY VOLS

Anna Fisher

COACHES

Jordan Falcusan

REVIEW HISTORY

Sharon Kelly

Holly Kimble

 LADY VOL INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Keeley Dowling (Sept. 2, Sept. 16) Keeley Dowling (Sept. 1, Oct. 20) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (Sept. 15) Ali Christoph (Sept. 27) Jenny Jeffers (Nov. 9) Jenny Jeffers (Sept.4) Mick Imgram (Sept. 5) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 2, Oct. 30) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 9)

2003 2004

2005

Keeley Dowling (first team) Lyndsey Patterson (second team) Rhian Wilkinson (second team) Keeley Dowling (first team) Ali Christoph (second team) Kayla Lockaby (second team) Lyndsey Patterson (third team) Ali Christoph (first team) Genna Gorman (second team) Kylee Rossi (third team) Ali Christoph (first team)

Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week 2005 Ali Christoph (Sept. 26, Oct. 3) Genna Gorman (Oct. 10) Jenny Jeffers (Oct. 24, Oct. 31) 2006 Jenny Jeffers (Sept. 4) Mick Imgram (Oct. 9) 2007 Mick Imgram (Sept. 4) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 1, Oct. 29) 2008 Kylee Rossi (Oct. 13) Jaimel Johnson (Nov. 9)

2006

Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Week 2007 Kylee Rossi (Oct. 1)

Soccer Buzz All-Central Region 1997 Kassie Kees (second team) Kendyl Michner (third team) 1998 Allison Campbell (second team) Laura Lauter Smith (second team) Kassie Kees (third team) 1999 Kelly Berrall (third team) Allison Campbell (third team) 2000 Kelly Berrall (second team) Rhian Wilkinson (second team) 2001 Sue Flamini (first team) Kim Patrick (first team) Keeley Dowling (second team) 2002 Keeley Dowling (first team) Kayla Lockaby (third team) Kim Patrick (third team) Rhian Wilkinson (first team) 2003 Keeley Dowling (first team) Ali Christoph (second team) Lyndsey Patterson (second team) 2004 Keeley Dowling (first team) Kayla Lockaby (first team) Lyndsey Patterson (second team) Ali Christoph (third team) Genna Gorman (third team) 2005 Ali Christoph (first team) Jenny Jeffers (second team)

Soccer Buzz First-Year Programs Awards 1996 Natalie Balash (third team) Melissa Covington (first team) Holly Kimble (second team) REGIONAL HONORS Soccer Buzz Central Region Player of the Year 2003 Keeley Dowling 2004 Keeley Dowling Soccer Buzz Central Region Freshman of the Year 2003 Ali Christoph NSCAA All-Central Region 1998 Allison Campbell (third team) Laura Lauter Smith (third team) 1999 Allison Campbell (third team) 2000 Kelly Berrall (second team) Rhian Wilkinson (third team) 2001 Keeley Dowling (first team) Sue Flamini (second team) Kim Patrick (second team) 2002 Keeley Dowling (first team) Rhian Wilkinson (second team)

NSCAA All-Southeast Region 2007 Jaimel Johnson (first team) Kylee Rossi (second team) Emily Redberg (third team) NSCAA All-South Region 2009 Mick Imgram (second team) 2010 Chelsea Hatcher (second team)

2006 2007 2008

Genna Gorman (third team) Kylee Rossi (third team) Ali Christoph (first team) Kylee Rossi (second team) Jaimel Johnson (first team) Kylee Rossi (first team) Mick Imgram (third team) Kylee Rossi (second team)

Soccer Buzz Central Region All-Freshman Team 1998 Allison Campbell 2000 Rhian Wilkinson 2001 Keeley Dowling Sue Flamini 2003 Melissa Amado Ali Christoph 2004 Genna Gorman Emily Redberg 2005 Kylee Rossi 2006 Mick Imgram 2007 Tanya Emerson 2008 Chelsea Hatcher SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE HONORS SEC Coach of the Year 2003 Angela Kelly 2004 Angela Kelly 2005 Angela Kelly (co) SEC Offensive Player of the Year 2006 Kylee Rossi 2007 Kylee Rossi SEC Defensive Player of the Year 2003 Keeley Dowling 2004 Keeley Dowling SEC Freshman of the Year 2000 Rhian Wilkinson 2004 Genna Gorman (co) SEC Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2006 Ali Christoph (co) All-SEC 1997 Kassie Kees (second team) Kendyl Michner (second team) 1998 Allison Campbell (second team) UTLADYVOLS.COM

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Kristin McGrath

Kendyl Michner

Connie Pullum

Marie-Eve Nault

Whitney Rayburn

Rachael Newkirk

Emily Redberg

Alexis Owens

Heather Redecker

Kim Patrick

Jessica Rolfs

Lyndsey Patterson

Kylee Rossi

Vanessa PhillipsBosshart

Sanna Saarinen

Hayley Prendergast

Kim Sgarlata

 LADY VOL INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS 1999 2000 2001 2002

2003 2004

2005

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Laura Lauter Smith (second team) Kelly Berrall (second team) Allison Campbell (second team) Kelly Berrall (first team) Rhian Wilkinson (second team) Sue Flamini (first team) Kim Patrick (first team) Keeley Dowling (second team) Keeley Dowling (first team) Rhian Wilkinson (first team) Kim Patrick (second team) Kayla Lockaby (honorable mention) Lyndsey Patterson (honorable mention) Keeley Dowling (first team) Lyndsey Patterson (second team) Rhian Wilkinson (second team) Ali Christoph (first team) Keeley Dowling (first team) Kayla Lockaby (first team) Lyndsey Patterson (first team) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (second team) Ali Christoph (first team) Genna Gorman (first team) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (second team) Kylee Rossi (second team) Ali Christoph (first team) Kylee Rossi (first team) Jaimel Johnson (first team) Kylee Rossi (first team) Emily Redberg (second team) Kylee Rossi (first team) Jaimel Johnson (second team) Mick Imgram (first team) Chelsea Hatcher (first team)

SEC All-Freshman Team 2003 Ali Christoph 2004 Genna Gorman Emily Redberg 2005 Jackie Acevedo Kylee Rossi 2007 Tanya Emerson Devon Swaim 2008 Chelsea Hatcher 2009 Amy Harrison SEC All-Tournament Team 2002 Keeley Dowling Jen Laughridge Rhian Wilkinson 2003 Keeley Dowling Sue Flamini Lyndsey Patterson Rhian Wilkinson 2004 Ali Christoph Keeley Dowling Genna Gorman Kayla Lockaby 2005 Ali Christoph 82

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2006 2008

Jenny Jeffers Ali Christoph Erica Griffin Kylee Rossi Julie Edwards Tanya Emerson Chelsea Hatcher Jaimel Johnson

SEC Tournament MVP 2008 Jaimel Johnson SEC Player of the Week Selections 1997 Kassie Kees (Sept. 23) 1998 Kendyl Michner (Oct. 13) Laura Lauter Smith (Sept. 28) 2000 Kelly Berrall (Oct. 9) Rhian Wilkinson (Oct. 30) 2001 Sue Flamini (Sept. 10) Kim Patrick (Oct. 22) 2002 Kim Patrick (Oct. 7) Rhian Wilkinson (Oct. 28) 2003 Keeley Dowling (Sept. 2 – Defensive) Ali Christoph (Oct. 13 – Offensive) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (Oct. 20 – Defensive) 2004 Keeley Dowling (Aug. 31 – Defensive) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (Sept. 13 – Defensive) Kayla Lockaby (Oct. 4 – Offensive) Genna Gorman (Oct. 11 – Offensive) Keeley Dowling (Oct. 18 – Defensive) Keeley Dowling (Oct. 25 – Defensive) 2005 Kylee Rossi (Sept. 12 – Off. & Freshman) Ali Christoph (Sept. 26 – Co-Offensive) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 3 – Freshman) Genna Gorman (Oct. 10 – Offensive) Ali Christoph (Oct. 31 – Offensive) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (Oct. 31 – Defensive) 2006 Jaimel Johnson (Sept. 4 – Defensive) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 2 – Offensive) Mick Imgram (Oct. 9 – Freshman) 2007 Mick Imgram (Sept. 4 - Offensive) Jaimel Johnson (Sept. 17 - Defensive) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 1 - Offensive) Tanya Emerson (Oct. 15 - Freshman) Julie Edwards (Oct. 22 - Freshman) Kylee Rossi (Oct. 29 - Offensive) 2009 Molly Baird (Sept. 8 - Defensive) Mick Imgram (Sept. 14 - Offensive) Amy Harrison (Oct. 5 - Freshman) 2010 Chelsea Hatcher (Sept. 27 - Offensive) Caroline Brown (Oct. 11 - Freshman) Molly Baird (Oct. 25 - Defensive) Preseason All-SEC 2010 Chelsea Hatcher

SEC Good Works/Community Service Team 2001 Rachael Newkirk 2002 Nikki Bratta 2003 Keeley Dowling 2004 Kirby Zwickel 2005 Talia Wright 2006 Melissa Amado 2007 Molly Baird 2008 Molly Baird 2009 Grace Cuenin UT HONORS UT Daily Beacon Lady Vol Athlete of the Year 2000 Rhian Wilkinson 2001 Kim Patrick Nominee for AOPi Lady Vol Athlete of the Year 1996 Kassie Kees 1997 Kassie Kees 1998 Allison Campbell 1999 Kelly Berrall 2000 Kelly Berrall 2001 Kim Patrick 2002 Keeley Dowling 2003 Keeley Dowling 2004 Keeley Dowling 2005 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart 2006 Ali Christoph edamerica Lady Vol Athlete of the Month 2000 Rhian Wilkinson (October) 2001 Kim Patrick (October) 2002 Ellen Dean (October) Keeley Dowling (November) 2003 Keeley Dowling (September) Rhian Wilkinson (October) 2004 Kayla Lockaby (October) Regular-Season All-Tournament Selections 1998 Heather Handel (First Tennessee Classic) 1999 Allison Campbell (Golden Gate Classic) Kendyl Michner (Golden Gate Classic) Lisa Tipton (First Tennessee Classic) 2000 Kelly Berrall (Milwaukee Cup) Rachael Newkirk (First Tennessee Classic) Tracy Swibas (First Tennessee Classic) Shayna Teutsch (First Tennessee Classic) Rhian Wilkinson (First Tennessee Classic) 2002 Ellen Dean (Clemson/Nike Invitational) Keeley Dowling (Clemson/Nike Invitational, Santa Clara adidas Classic) Kayla Lockaby (Clemson/Nike Invitational) Marie-Eve Nault (Santa Clara adidas Classic) Rhian Wilkinson (Offensive MVP – Clemson/Nike Invitational) 2003 Keeley Dowling (Defensive MVP – First Tennessee & Maryland/adidas Classics) Kayla Lockaby (First Tennessee Classic)


ALL-TIME HONORS & AWARDS OUTLOOK

Carie Swibas

Tracy Swibas

Shayna Teutsch

Lisa Tipton

Sarah Van Sickle

Leslie Vineyard

Alissa VonderHaar

Sarah Shivley

Laura Lauter Smith

Lindsey Wiest

Rhian Wilkinson

Brittney Winn

Talia Wright

RB Wyatt

Kirby Zwickel

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008 2009 2010

Kristin McGrath (First Tennessee Classic) Marie-Eve Nault (First Tennessee Classic, Maryland/adidas Classic) Lyndsey Patterson (Maryland/adidas Classic) Ali Christoph (First Tennessee Classic) Keeley Dowling (Defensive MVP – First Tennessee Classic) Erica Griffin (First Tennessee Classic) Kayla Lockaby (Offensive MVP – First Tennessee Classic) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (First Tennessee Classic) Melissa Amado (Virginia Nike Soccer Classic) Genna Gorman (Virginia Nike Soccer Classic) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (MVP – Virginia Nike Soccer Classic) Ali Christoph (First Tennessee Classic) Jenny Jeffers (First Tennessee Classic) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (First Tennessee Classic) Ali Christoph (First Tennessee Classic) Jordan Falcusan (Defensive MVP – First Tennessee Classic) Jenny Jeffers (First Tennessee Classic) Emily Redberg (Offensive MVP – First Tennessee Classic) Kylee Rossi (First Tennessee Classic) Jordan Falcusan (First Tennessee Classic) Mick Imgram (First Tennessee Classic; USC) Jaimel Johnson (Defensive MVP - First Tennessee Classic; USC) Kylee Rossi (Offensive MVP - First Tennessee Classic) Tanya Emerson (USC) Julie Edwards (First Tennessee Classic) Mick Imgram (First Tennessee Classic) Alissa Vonderhaar (First Tennessee Classic) Ali Hall (First Tennessee Classic) Molly Baird (First Tennessee Classic) Emily Dowd (First Tennessee Classic) Molly Baird (First Tennessee Classic) Chelsea Hatcher (First Tennessee Classic) Tori Bailey (First Tennessee Classic)

ACADEMIC HONORS H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year Nominee 1999 Heather Redecker Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award 2008 Kylee Rossi (Preseason Candidate) 2011 Chelsea Hatcher (Preseason Candidate) ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America 2004 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (second team) Kayla Lockaby (third team) 2006 Ali Christoph (second team) NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America 2006 Ali Christoph (first team) Jenny Jeffers (third team)

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV 2003 Kayla Lockaby (second team) 2004 Kayla Lockaby (first team) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (first team) 2005 Ali Christoph (second team) Jenny Jeffers (third team) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (third team) 2006 Ali Christoph (first team) Jenny Jeffers (second team) Emily Redberg (third team) 2007 Jaimel Johnson (third team) Emily Redberg (third team) 2009 Molly Baird (second team)

2004

NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-South Region 2003 Kayla Lockaby (third team) 2006 Ali Christoph (first team) Jenny Jeffers (first team) 2007 Leslie Vineyard (second team) 2008 Jaimel Johnson (third team) 2009 Molly Baird (honorable mention)

2007

Academic All-SEC 1996 Kathy Blakemore, Bethany Himel 1997 Natalie Balash, Heather Handel, Jodie Hanlon, Bethany Himel, Kassie Kees, Sharon Kelly, Holly Kimble, Melissa Majcher, Whitney Rayburn, Heather Redecker, Sarah Shivley 1998 Natalie Balash, Kelly Berrall, Heather Handel, Kassie Kees, Sharon Kelly, Sta cey Longino, Melissa Majcher, Rachael Newkirk, Whitney Rayburn, Heather Redecker, Sarah Shivley, Laura Lauter Smith, Lisa Tipton 1999 Kelly Berrall, Allison Campbell, Ellen Dean, Heather Handel, Sharon Holmes, Stacey Longino, Melissa Majcher, Rachael Newkirk, Heather Redecker, Kim Sgarlata, Sarah Shivley, Laura Lauter Smith, Lisa Tipton 2000 Kelly Berrall, Cameron Conway, Ellen Dean, Sharon Holmes, Rachael Newkirk, Kim Sgarlata, Laura Lauter Smith, Lisa Tipton 2001 Cameron Conway, Ellen Dean, Sharon Holmes, Kim Sgarlata, Cori Stevens 2002 Nikki Bratta, Cameron Conway, Ellen Dean, Keeley Dowling, Sue Flamini, Sharon Holmes, Jen Laughridge, Kayla Lockaby, Marie-Eve Nault, Kim Patrick, Connie Pullum, Kim Sgarlata, Cori Stevens, Carie Swibas, Tracy Swibas, Lindsey Wiest, Rhian Wilkinson 2003 Miriam Bennett, Nikki Bratta, Mimi Couns, Keeley Dowling, Sue Flamini, Kayla Lockaby, Kristin McGrath, MarieEve Nault, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, Carie Swibas, Tracy Swibas, Lindsey Wiest, Rhian Wilkinson, Talia Wright

2005

2006

2008

2009

2010

Melissa Amado, Ali Christoph, Mimi Couns, Ashley Dawes, Sue Flamini, Jenny Jeffers, Kayla Lockaby, Kristin McGrath, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, Talia Wright Melissa Amado, Ali Christoph, Keeley Dowling, Sue Flamini, Genna Gorman, Jenny Jeffers, Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, Hayley Prendergast, Emily Redberg, Talia Wright Melissa Amado, Mia Boyd, Ali Christoph, Jenny Jeffers, Jaimel Johnson, Emily Redberg, Sarah Van Sickle, Leslie Vineyard Melissa Amado, Molly Baird, Ali Christoph, Kristen Doukakis, Jordan Falcusan, Sarah Jackyra, Jaimel Johnson, Sarah Kitchin, Emily Redberg, Kylee Rossi, Sarah Van Sickle, Leslie Vineyard, Alissa VonderHaar Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin, Molly Delk, Julie Edwards, Tanya Emerson, Anna Fisher, Sarah Jackyra, Jaimel Johnson, Sarah Kitchin, Kylee Rossi, Melissa Speros, Sarah Van Sickle, Leslie Vineyard Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin, Anna Fisher, Chelsea Hatcher, Sarah Jackyra, Sarah Kitchin, Lara Langworthy, Kylee Rossi, Emily Shore Molly Baird, Grace Cuenin, Anna Fisher, Chelsea Hatcher, Lara Langworthy, Alexis Owens, Emily Shore, Melissa Speros, RB Wyatt

HISTORY

 LADY VOL INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS

REVIEW

Cori Stevens

LADY VOLS

Melissa Speros

COACHES

Emily Shore

SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll 2003-04 Melissa Amado, Ali Christoph, Jenny Jeffers, Emily Redberg 2005-06 Mia Boyd, Molly Buns, Jaimel Johnson, Véronique Maranda, Kylee Rossi, Sarah Van Sickle, Leslie Vineyard 2006-07 Molly Baird, Sarah Jackyra 2007-08 Grace Cuenin, Julie Edwards, Tanya Emerson, Anna Fisher, Melissa Speros 2008-09 Chelsea Hatcher, Lara Langworthy, Emily Shore, Brittney Winn 2009-10 Mackenzie Higgins, Alexis Owens, Jessica Rolfs, RB Wyatt 2010-11 Tori Bailey, Caroline Brown, Caroline Capocaccia, Sanna Saarinen

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ALL-TIME LADY VOL ROSTER Player Jackie Acevedo Melissa Amado Kaelyn Angelo Tori Bailey Natalie Balash Amy Ballew Jayden Barrett Tori Beeler Kelley Bell Miriam Bennett Kelly Berrall Kathy Blakemore Kylie Bono Mia Boyd Shannon Braly Nikki Bratta Lindsay Brauer Chrissy Brooker Caroline Brown Molly Buns Allison Campbell Caroline Capocaccia Meghan Chismark Ali Christoph Alison Clarke Cameron Conway Mimi Couns Melissa Covington Casey Crawford Alex Crimmins Lindsay Criss Marisha Crowe Grace Cuenin Ashley Dawes Molly Delk Anna Dempsey Carlee Dimry Kristen Doukakis Emily Dowd Keeley Dowling Lauren Duncan Julie Edwards Tanya Emerson Jordan Falcusan Anna Fisher Sue Flamini Anne Glees Genna Gorman Erica Griffin Jessica Griffith Ali Hall Ali Halverson Heather Handel Jodie Hanlon Amy Harrison Ashley Hartert Chelsea Hatcher Mackenzie Higgins Bethany Himel Sharon Holmes Hannah Hut Mick Imgram Sarah Jackyra Jenny Jeffers Kassie Kees Sharon Kelly Chelsea Kephart Holly Kimble Keree Koeppel Lexi Krause Erica LaShomb Lara Langworthy 84

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

Hometown Austin, Texas Surrey, British Columbia Oak Ridge, Tenn. Fenton, Mich. Plano, Texas Springfield, Va. Corona, Calif. Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut, Tenn. Sparta, N.J. Roswell, Ga. Kingsport, Tenn. Yorba Linda, Calif. Kingwood, Texas Glen Ellyn, Ill. Knoxville, Tenn. Ormond Beach, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. Hummelstown, Pa. West Chester, Ohio Livonia, Mich. Memphis, Tenn. Collierville, Tenn. Columbus, Ohio Winnipeg, Manitoba Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Mandeville, La. Cary, N.C. Knoxville, Tenn. Cordova, Tenn. Midlothian, Va. Waukesha, Wis. Cookeville, Tenn. Germantown, Tenn. Carlsbad, Calif. Highlands Ranch, Colo. Gainesville, Fla. Carmel, Ind. Atlanta, Ga. Glenmoore, Pa. Capistrano Beach, Calif. Plymouth, Mich. Franklin, Tenn. Cranford, N.J. Rockford, Ill. Lakewood, Colo. Memphis, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Hawthorn Woods, Ill. Belleair, Fla. Germantown, Tenn. Troy, N.Y. Winnipeg, Manitoba Marvin, N.C. Cincinnati, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Germantown, Tenn. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Highlands Ranch, Colo. Clifton, Va. Cary, N.C. Lake Zurich, Ill. Brentwood, Tenn. Brantford, Ontario Cumming, Ga. Livonia, Mich. Scottsdale, Ariz. Plainfield, Ill. Greeneville, Tenn. Murfreesboro, Tenn.

TENNESSEE SOCCER /// 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

Years 2005 2003-04-05-06 2011 2010-11 1996-97-98 2005 2009 1997-98-99-2000 1997 2002-03 1997-98-99-2000 1996 2009-10-11 2005-06 2000 2000-01-02-03 2004 2000 2010-11 2005 1998-99 2010-11 1999 2003-04-05-06 2011 1999, 2001-02 2001-02-03-04 1996-97-98 2005 2005 2000 2002-03 2007-08-09-10 2001-02-03-04 2008 1996-97 2011 2003-04-05-06 2008-09-10-11 2001-02-03-04 2001 2007-08-09-10 2007-08-09-10 2006-07 2007-08-09-10 2001-02-03-04 1997 2004-05 2004-05-06-07 2002 2009-10-11 2008 1996-97-98-99 1996-97 2009-10-11 2011 2008-09-10-11 2009 1996-97 1999-2000-01 2008-09-10-11 2006-07-08-09 2006-07-08-09 2003-04-05-06 1996-97-98 1996-97-98 2010-11 1996-97 1996 2011 2000-01-02-03 2008-09-10-11

GP/GS 22/11 54/45

G 2 1

A 6 2

Pts.GWG 10 1 4 0

19/9 56/56 0/0 20/15 63/28 1/0 3/0 77/70 17/8 36/25 16/1 1/0 31/1 24/23 0/0 18/1 0/0 40/40 1/0 11/0 93/93

1 2 0 3 0 0 1 11 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 28 0 3 20

2 4 0 1 5 0 0 25 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 16 0 0 27

4 8 0 7 5 0 2 47 10 13 0 0 3 0 0 8 0 72 0 6 67

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 10

20/12 22/0 51/20 12/2 0/0 2/0 2/0 62/46 19/3 12/8 39/13

0 0 15 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

0 1 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

0 1 38 2 0 0 0 4 2 0 1

0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

69/54 60/32 89/89 0/0 66/28 80/70 45/44 56/25 91/85 2/0 47/44 91/90 2/0 30/20 0/0 79/73 18/2 39/35

8 10 25 0 4 6 2 2 15 0 11 0 0 1 0 2 0 4

9 5 15 0 3 6 3 2 25 1 16 3 0 4 0 9 1 4

25 25 65 0 11 18 7 6 55 1 38 3 0 6 0 13 1 12

0 1 10 0 3 3 2 0 7 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

58/45 0/0 17/11 39/8 38/19 83/76 75/69 85/72 57/57 56/38 14/11 32/29 18/0

11 0 3 3 0 25 1 2 2 3 0 9 1

6 0 2 7 1 20 1 5 3 1 0 6 0

28 0 8 13 1 70 3 9 7 7 0 24 2

3 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

44/7 43/19

5 0

2 1

12 1

0 0


ALL-TIME LADY VOL ROSTER G 16

A 26

Pts.GWG 58 5

89/88 25/1 1/0 12/2 22/1 25/15 39/31 5/0 1/0 64/19 56/53 73/57

26 0 0 0 0 4 10 0 0 5 25 18

15 0 0 1 0 1 9 0 0 3 13 13

67 0 0 1 0 9 29 0 0 13 63 49

11 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 7 5

83/72 61/40 34/5 21/2 42/41 91/88 1/0 46/3 52/19 91/76 70/41 0/0 87/80 17/2 38/23

9 3 1 0 24 20 0 2 7 26 2 0 43 2 0

9 8 2 1 16 24 0 0 7 15 0 0 16 3 1

27 14 4 1 64 64 0 4 21 67 4 0 102 7 1

6 1 0 0 6 9 0 1 1 8 0 0 15 0 0

1/0 68/56 84/69 46/31 69/29 83/77 68/60 54/45 78/69 76/37 0/0 82/70 44/34

0 29 0 6 7 0 0 15 1 0 0 1 5

0 17 0 6 5 4 2 12 1 3 0 2 1

0 75 0 18 19 4 2 42 3 3 0 4 11

0 7 0 4 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1

0/0 34/19 64/62 2/0 15/0

0 1 28 0 0

0 0 32 0 0

0 2 88 0 0

0 0 9 0 0

GP/GS 42/40 79/74

Min. 3817 6478

GA 55 103

GAA 1.30 1.43

SV 187 325

2/1 20/11 61/60 11/8 49/48 0/0 0/0 10/4 54/35

90 1067 5484 778 4479 0 0 426 3273

2 27 65 9 35 0 0 8 73

2.00 2.28 1.07 1.04 0.70 0.00 0.00 1.69 2.01

9 71 253 28 176 0 0 16 195

20/17 1/0 1/0 2/0

1726 28 13 17

28 4 0 1

1.46 12.86 0.00 5.22

98 2 0 0

HISTORY

Years 2006-08-09-10 1998-99-2000-02 2011 1996-97 1996-97-2000 2005-06-07-08 2006-07-08-09 2002-03-04-05 2000-01 2010-11 1998-99-2000-01 1996-97-98-99 2011 2001-02 1996-97-98-99 2010-11 2003-04

GP/GS 83/69

REVIEW

Hometown Raleigh, N.C. Memphis, Tenn. Cordova, Tenn. Germantown, Tenn. Flower Mound, Texas Kettering, Ohio Crofton, Md. Vernon, Conn. Farragut, Tenn. Normal, Ill. Memphis, Tenn. Tampa, Fla. Kinnelon, N.J. Greensboro, N.C. Tampa, Fla. Aiken, S.C. Indianapolis, Ind.

Years 1998-99-2001-02 2011 2001-02-03-04 1996-97-98-99 2003 1998 1996-98-99 2005-06 1996-97 1999 2008 2001-02-03-04 1997-98-99 1998-99-2000-02 2011 2000-01-02-03 1997-98-99-2000 2009-10-11 2008-09-10 2001-02 2001-02-03-04 2003 2004-05-06-07 1996-97-98 2004-05-06-07 1996-97-98-99 2006 2005-06-07-08 2010-11 2008-09-10-11 2011 2008 1997-98-99-2000 2007-08-09-10 2006-07-08 1996-97-98-99 2000-01-02-03 2000-01-02-03 1997-98-2000 1997-98-99-2000 2005-06-07-08 2000-01 2005-06-07-08 2007-08 2011 2004 2001-02-03 2000-01-02-03 2008 2002-03-04-05

LADY VOLS

Goalkeeper Molly Baird Ellen Dean Julie Eckel Bethany Himel Kim Hull Jaimel Johnson Sarah Kitchin Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart Connie Pullum Jessica Rolfs Kim Sgarlata Sarah Shivley Hannah Steadman Cori Stevens Brooke Sweeney RB Wyatt Kirby Zwickel

Hometown Wilson, N.C. Jacksonville, Fla. Hamilton, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich. Edmond, Okla. New Orleans, La. Pittsburgh, Pa. Saint-Lambert, Quebec Addison, Ill. Binghamton, N.Y. Shelbyville, Tenn. Durango, Colo. Germantown, Tenn. Tampa, Fla. Marietta, Ga. Trois-Rivieres, Quebec Roswell, Ga. Carmel, Ind. Murrieta, Calif. Pleasanton, Calif. Puyallup, Wash. Puyallup, Wash. Hingham, Mass. Nashville, Tenn. Brooklyn Park, Minn. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. San Diego, Calif. Pennington, N.J. Espoo, Finland Gainesville, Fla. Solon, Ohio Acworth, Ga. Farragut, Tenn. Lancaster, Pa. Levittown, Pa. Tampa, Fla. Lakewood, Colo. Lakewood, Colo. Albuquerque, N.M. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Charlottesville, Va. St. Louis, Mo. Bolingbrook, Ill. Houston, Texas Duluth, Ga. Toms River, N.J. Baie d’Urfe, Quebec Murfreesboro, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn.

COACHES

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

OUTLOOK

Player Jen Laughridge Tyler Law Kayla Lockaby Stacey Longino Stephanie Lovely Alyssa Lyon Melissa Majcher Véronique Maranda Debbie Markovich Jen Marrett Hannah Martin Kristin McGrath Kendyl Michner Tara Minnax Iyana Moore Marie-Eve Nault Rachael Newkirk Alexis Owens Ashley Owens Kim Patrick Lyndsey Patterson Marchele Patterson Hayley Prendergast Whitney Rayburn Emily Redberg Heather Redecker Melissa Rose Kylee Rossi Sanna Saarinen Emily Shore Allie Sirna Kyrstin Smith Laura Lauter Smith Melissa Speros Devon Swaim Brooke Sweeney Carie Swibas Tracy Swibas Shayna Teutsch Lisa Tipton Sarah Van Sickle Marcelle Van Yahres Leslie Vineyard Alissa VonderHaar Brittney Wade Amanda Watts Lindsey Wiest Rhian Wilkinson Brittney Winn Talia Wright

Active Lady Vols in bold

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ALL-TIME NUMERICAL ROSTER

00

0

1

2

Julie Eckel (2011) Sarah Kitchin (2005-09) Ellen Dean (1998-2002) Sarah Shivley (1996-97)

Hannah Steadman (2011) Molly Baird (2006-10) Jaimel Johnson (2005) Kirby Zwickel (2003-04) Connie Pullum (2001) Cori Stevens (2000) Jessica Rolfs (2009-11) Jaimel Johnson (2006-08) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) Cori Stevens (2001-02) Connie Pullum (2000) Sarah Shivley (1998-99) Kim Hull (1996-97) Caroline Capocaccia (2010-11) Devon Swaim (2006-08) Jackie Acevedo (2005) Lyndsey Patterson (2001-04) Laura Lauter Smith (1997-2000)

11

Alison Clarke (2011) Kylee Rossi (2005-08) Keeley Dowling (2001-04) Lindsay Criss (2000) Kendyl Michner (1997-99) Stacey Longino (1996)

12

Ashley Hartert (2011) Mick Imgram (2005-09) Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) Heather Handel (1996-99)

13

Mackenzie Higgins (2009) Sarah Van Sickle (2005-08) Mimi Couns (2001-04) Erica LaShomb (2000) Heather Redecker (1996-99)

14

22

23

24

Ashley Owens (2008-10) Kristin McGrath (2001-04) Anna Dempsey (1996-97)

25 3

4

5

6

Tori Bailey (2010-11) Molly Delk (2008) Melissa Rose (2006) Talia Wright (2002-05) Sharon Holmes (2000-01) Meghan Chismark (1999) Natalie Balash (1996-98) Chelsea Kephart (2010-11) Sarah Jackyra (2006-09) Alex Crimmins (2005) Lindsay Brauer (2004) Erica LaShomb (2001-03) Shayna Teutsch (1997-2000) Iyana Moore (2011) Julie Edwards (2007-10) Jenny Jeffers (2003-06) Kim Patrick (2001-02) Rachael Newkirk (1997-2000)

15

16

17

Chelsea Hatcher (2008-11) Kayla Lockaby (2001-04) Tori Beeler (2000) Melissa Covington (1996-98)

Tyler Law (2011) Anna Fisher (2007-10) Genna Gorman (2004-05) Nikki Bratta (2000-03) Melissa Majcher (1996-99)

19 8

9

10

86

Kylie Bono (2009-11) Ali Halverson (2008) Kristen Doukakis (2003-06) Marisha Crowe (2002) Marcelle Van Yahres (2000-01) Brooke Sweeney (1996-99) Ali Hall (2009-10) Kyrstin Smith (2008) Amy Ballew (2005) Ashley Dawes (2001-04) Kelly Berrall (1997-2000) Keree Koeppel (1996) Emily Shore (2008-11) Emily Redberg (2004-2007) Cameron Conway (1999-2002) Sharon Kelly (1996-1998)

TENNESSEE SOCCER /// 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

Alexis Owens (2009-11) Molly Buns (2005) Miriam Bennett (2002-03) Lauren Duncan (2001) Shannon Braly (2000) Stacey Longino (1997-99) Jayden Barrett (2009) Stephanie Lovely (2003) Jessica Griffith (2002) Chrissy Brooker (2000) Jen Marrett (1999) Alyssa Lyon (1998) Anne Glees (1997) Caroline Brown (2010-11) Marisha Crowe (2003) Kim Hull (2000) Kelley Bell (1997)

Kaelyn Angelo (2011)

26

18 7

Hannah Hut (2008-11) Melissa Amado (2003-06) Tara Minnax (1998-2002) Debbie Markovich (1996-97)

Amy Harrison (2009-11) Ali Christoph (2003-06) Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (2002) Kim Sgarlata (1998-2001) Tori Beeler (1997) Kathy Blakemore (1996)

20

21

Allie Sirna (2011) Alissa VonderHaar (2007-08) VĂŠronique Maranda (2005-06) Carie Swibas (2000-03) Allison Campbell (1998-99) Holly Kimble (1996-97) Sanna Saarinen (2010-11) Hannah Martin (2008) Hayley Prendergast (2004-07) Lindsey Wiest (2000-03) Tori Beeler (1998-99) Jodie Hanlon (1996-97) Lara Langworthy (2008-11) Erica Griffin (2004-07) Tracy Swibas (2000-03) Kassie Kees (1996-98)

Lexi Krause (2011) Leslie Vineyard (2005-08) Amanda Watts (2004) Marchele Patterson (2003) Jen Laughridge (1998-2002) Bethany Himel (1996-97) Emily Dowd (2008-11) Jordan Falcusan (2006-07) Casey Crawford (2005) Marie-Eve Nault (2000-03) Sharon Holmes (1999) Lisa Tipton (1997-98) Carlee Dimry (2011) Grace Cuenin (2007-10) Mia Boyd (2005-06) Sue Flamini (2001-04) Lisa Tipton (1999-2000) Whitney Rayburn (1996-98)

Brittney Wade (2011)

28

Brittney Winn (2008)

30

RB Wyatt (2009-11)

31

Melissa Speros (2007-10)

33

Tanya Emerson (2007-10)

42

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

A H N33

1-2-0 L 0-2 W 5-1 L 1-3

Arizona State 10/5/97 8/28/09 9/10/10 (#25)

A H3 A33

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

Arkansas 9/15/96 9/25/98 10/6/00 10/26/01 10/17/03 10/8/04 10/7/05 10/8/06 10/7/07 10/5/08 9/25/09 9/24/10

A H A H A H A H A H A H

10-1-1 L 0-1 W 5-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 2-1 (OT) W 3-0 T 1-1 (2OT) W 2-0 W 1-0 W 2-1

Arkansas State 9/6/02

H

1-0-0 W 9-0

Auburn 9/12/97 9/10/99 10/5/01 10/4/02 (#20) 10/22/04 (#17) 10/21/05 11/6/05 10/22/06 11/1/06 10/28/07 10/26/08 11/5/08 10/22/09 10/21/10

A H A H A H N20 A N20 H A N20 H A

9-5-0 W 3-2 (OT) W 5-1 L 1-2 W 4-2 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 (2OT) W 5-2 W 3-0 L 1-2 (2OT) W 2-1 L 1-3 W 1-0 (OT)

Baylor 9/08/96

A

0-1-0 L 3-4

BYU 9/1/01 (#13) 9/5/03

A A

1-1-0 W 2-1 L 0-1

California 10/1/99

A5

0-1-0 L 1-2

Charlotte 9/14/03 11/14/08

H3 N12

1-1-0 W 3-0 L 0-2

H A H A H

5-0-0 W 7-0 W 9-0 W 5-1 W 5-0 W 8-0

H17

1-0-0 W 2-1

N1

1-0-0 W 7-5

A

2-2-0 L 0-5

Chattanooga 8/30/96 9/01/97 9/1/98 8/22/08 9/19/10 Cincinnati 11/17/02 (#22) Colorado College 11/1/98 Clemson 9/20/96 (#8)

Duke 11/16/01 N12 (Duke advanced on PKs, 4-2) 8/30/02 (#21) A 8/27/04 (#15) H 11/12/06 H17 (UT advanced on PKs, 4-3) East Tennessee State 9/19/97 H 10/9/98 A 8/22/09 H Florida 9/29/96 (#7) A 11/7/96 (#8) N2 10/17/97(#9) H 9/11/98 (#4) A 10/15/99 (#2) H 9/29/00 A 10/19/01 (#8) H 10/18/02 A 11/10/02 N16 10/10/03 (#5) H 11/9/03 (#8) N20 (UT advanced on PKs, 7-6) 11/22/03 (#8) A21 10/1/04 (#8) A 11/7/04 (#8) N22 9/30/05 (#11) H 10/1/06 (#12) A 9/30/07 (#15) H 9/28/08 (#16) A 10/16/09 (#11) H 11/4/09 (#10) N20 10/15/10 (#13) A

W-L-T L 3-4 (2OT) W 2-0 W 1-0 (2OT) 1-1-2 T 1-1 (4OT) L 1-2 (OT) W 4-3 (OT) T 0-0 (2OT) 3-0-0 W 8-0 W 8-0 W 2-0 7-12-2 L 2-6 L 0-3 L 0-4 L 0-4 L 1-5 L 0-3 W 2-1 (OT) L 1-2 (OT) W 2-1 (2OT) W 2-0 T 1-1 (2OT) L 0-1 W 2-1 (2OT) L 1-2 (2OT) W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 L 1-5 T 2-2 (2OT) L 0-1 (2OT) L 2-4

 DATE (OPP. RANK) James Madison 9/22/00 9/7/01

SITE H3 A

W-L-T 2-0-0 W 2-1 W 4-2

Kentucky 10/20/96 (#15) 9/26/97 10/18/98 9/24/99 10/15/00 (#15) 10/14/01(#24) 11/8/01 10/13/02 11/8/02 10/26/03 10/17/04 11/4/04 10/16/05 10/13/06 11/3/06 10/12/07 10/10/08 10/4/09 10/3/10

H A H A H A N11 H N16 A H N22 A H N20 A H A H

11-8-0 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 1-0 (2OT) L 2-4 W 2-0 W 1-0 (OT) W 4-1 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 0-2 W 1-0 (OT) W 3-2 W 1-0 L 0-1

LSU 9/13/96 9/27/98 10/8/00 10/28/01 10/19/03 10/10/04 10/9/05 11/3/05 10/6/06 10/5/07 10/3/08 (#15) 11/7/08 (#11) 9/27/09 9/26/10 11/4/10

A H A H A H A N20 H A H N20 A H N20

10-3-2 W 4-2 W 3-0 W 4-2 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 (OT) W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 0-3 W 2-1 T 1-1 (3OT) L 1-5 T 1-1 (2OT) L 0-1 (OT)

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Florida State 10/1/96 11/2/97

A H

1-1-0 L 0-5 W 4-1

Louisville 10/30/98

N1

1-0-0 W 6-0

Fresno State 8/31/03

H

1-0-0 W 3-1

Loyola (Md.) 9/14/99

H

0-1-0 L 0-1

H17 H17 H17

3-0-0 W 5-0 W 2-0 W 2-0

Marquette 9/5/99 8/25/00

H A7

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

George Mason 9/17/99 9/15/00

H3 A

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

Maryland 9/20/03 8/25/06 8/27/10 (#14)

A19 N27 H

0-3-0 L 1-3 L 0-1 L 1-3

Georgia 10/25/96 (#25) 10/26/97 10/25/98 (#25) 10/8/99 10/27/00 11/2/01 11/1/02 11/7/02 10/31/03 11/16/03 10/29/04 10/28/05 10/27/06 11/2/07 (#17) 10/31/08 11/9/08 10/30/09 (#22) 10/29/10

A A H A H A H N16 A H17 H A H A H N20 A H

11-7-0 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 1-2 (OT) W 4-3 (OT) L 1-2 W 2-1 (OT) W 1-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 2-1

Memphis 10/13/96 8/29/97 9/11/09

A H H

2-1-0 L 1-2 W 3-0 W 2-1

Middle Tennessee 10/16/96 10/8/97 9/10/06

A H H3

3-0-0 W 4-0 W 7-0 W 2-1 (OT)

Minnesota 9/2/07 9/4/09 (#19)

H3 A

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

Mississippi 10/24/97 10/22/99 11/4/99 10/22/00 10/27/02 10/5/03 (#23) 11/7/03 9/26/04 9/25/05 9/22/06 10/19/07 10/17/08 10/11/09 10/10/10

H A N6 H A H N20 A H A H A H A

9-3-2 L 1-4 W 2-1 (2OT) L 0-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 (2OT) L 0-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 T 1-1 (2OT) W 2-0 W 2-1 T 1-1 (2OT) W 3-1

Furman 11/15/02 11/12/04 11/16/07

Illinois 9/7/08

H

1-0-0 W 1-0

Indiana 8/29/08

A

0-1-0 L 0-2

Iowa State 9/19/99 (#24)

H3

0-1-0 L 0-1

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Arizona 10/3/97 9/1/00 9/12/10

SITE H A14 H17

REVIEW

A A4 H A H H A H A H A H

  DATE (OPP. RANK) 9/23/01 (#7) 9/15/02 (#12) 11/18/07

LADY VOLS

W-L-T 9-2-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 3-1 W 4-0 W 3-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 (OT) W 4-0 W 2-1 T 1-1 (2OT) W 2-0 W 1-0 (2OT)

COACHES

SITE

Alabama 9/14/97 11/5/98 (#25) 9/12/99 (#16) 10/7/01 10/6/02 10/24/04 10/23/05 10/20/06 10/25/07 10/23/08 10/25/09 10/24/10

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS   DATE (OPP. RANK) Mississippi State 10/27/96 10/23/98 10/24/99 10/20/00 10/25/02 10/3/03 9/24/04 9/23/05 9/24/06 10/21/07 10/19/08 10/9/09 10/8/10 Murray State 9/8/02

A A A H A H A H A H A H A

W-L-T 11-2-0 W 3-2 (2OT) W 6-0 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 1-0 (2OT)

H

1-0-0 W 6-1

Nebraska 9/14/07

N30

1-0-0 W 2-0

North Carolina 9/5/97 (#1) 10/4/98 (#1) 9/1/99 (#1) 9/3/00 (#1) 9/26/01 (#1) 11/23/02 (#2) 9/10/04 (#1) 8/26/05 (#1) 11/18/06 (#1) 8/31/08 (#2) 9/4/10 (#1)

A H3 A A H A18 H3 N24 A18 H A

0-10-1 L 0-8 L 0-6 L 0-3 L 1-6 L 2-5 L 1-3 T 0-0 (2OT) L 1-7 L 2-6 L 0-1 L 2-7

North Carolina State 9/1/02 N13

1-0-0 W 2-1

Northwestern 10/29/00 Ohio State 11/21/04 (#6) Oklahoma 11/14/03 Oregon 9/4/98

H

1-0-0 W 3-2

A23

0-1-0 L 0-1

H17

1-0-0 W 1-0

A

0-1-0 L 1-3

Penn State 8/27/06 (#3) 8/31/07 (#7)

A27 H3

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

Pepperdine 9/12/08 8/30/09

A H3

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

Portland 9/7/98 (#7) 11/24/07 (#2)

A A31

0-2-0 L 0-5 L 0-3

Radford 11/1/96 10/22/97 10/7/98 10/27/99 9/20/00

A H A H A

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

Richmond 9/12/03 9/16/04 8/29/10

H3 A H

2-1-0 W 2-0 L 0-1 W 2-1

Rutgers 9/9/01

N10

1-0-0 W 3-0

San Francisco 10/3/99

A5

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

Santa Clara 9/29/02 (#7) 9/17/06 (#3)

A15 N28

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

H

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

South Alabama 9/20/02

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  DATE (OPP. RANK) South Carolina 9/27/96 10/19/97 9/13/98 10/17/99 10/1/00 10/21/01 10/20/02 10/12/03 11/6/03 10/3/04 10/2/05 9/29/06 9/27/07 (#12) 11/7/07 9/26/08 10/18/09 (#5) 10/17/10 (#14)

SITE

W-L-T

H H A H A H A H N20 A H A H N20 A H A

11-4-2 W 3-2 W 1-0 W 3-2 (OT) W 4-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 T 1-1 (2OT) W 3-2 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 2-1 T 0-0 (2OT) W 3-2 (OT) L 0-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2

Southern California 9/3/01 (#19) N9 9/12/04 H3 9/16/07 (#17) A30 SMU 10/4/96 Stanford 9/27/02 (#2) 9/16/05 (#16) 9/15/06 Texas 9/06/96 10/31/97 UAB 11/14/04 11/10/06 UC Santa Barbara 8/29/03 9/14/08 (#21)

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

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SITE

W-L-T

Virginia Tech 9/7/07

A29

0-1-0 L 1-2

Wake Forest 9/20/01 (#16) 10/9/02 (#7) 11/11/05 (#25) 9/9/07 (#24)

H A N26 A29

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

Washington 9/3/04 (#15) 9/18/05

A H3

1-1-0 L 1-2 W 1-0

Washington State 9/5/04 9/2/05

A H

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

West Virginia 9/28/03 (#7) 9/4/05 (#10) 9/05/08 (#13) 9/20/09 (#25)

H A H A

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

N1

0-1-0 L 0-1

Western Carolina 9/13/02 9/19/08 9/13/09

N14 H H

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

N15 H3 A28

1-2-0 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 1-0

Western Kentucky 8/20/10

H

1-0-0 W 3-0

A H

1-1-0 L 1-4 W 2-0

H17 H17

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

H A

1-1-0 W 1-0 L 1-2

UNC Asheville 10/9/96 9/18/98 9/28/99 9/10/00

H A H H

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

UNC Greensboro 9/8/06 9/21/07

H3 A

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

UNLV 9/7/03 9/19/04

A H

2-0-0 W 5-2 W 3-0

Vanderbilt 9/01/96 (#17) H 9/28/97 A 10/16/98 (#8) H 9/26/99 A 10/13/00 H 11/2/00 N8 10/12/01 A 10/11/02 H 10/24/03 A 10/15/04 H 11/5/04 N22 10/14/05 (#21) A 11/4/05 (#20) N20 (UT advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) 10/15/06 H 10/14/07 A 10/12/08 H 10/2/09 A 10/1/10 H

7-9-2 L 0-4 L 1-2 (OT) L 0-1 L 1-3 W 2-1 (OT) L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-1 T 2-2 (2OT) W 1-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 T 0-0 (2OT)

Virginia 10/2/98 (#10) 10/31/99 (#12) 9/9/05 (#6) 11/13/05 (#6) 9/3/06 (#6)

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

H3 A A25 A26 H

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

William & Mary 9/18/03 9/11/05 (#25)

N19 N25

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

Wisconsin 9/6/09 9/17/10

N32 H

1-1-0 W 1-0 L 0-1

Wisconsin-Milwaukee 8/27/00 A7

0-1-0 L 0-3

Xavier 10/6/96 9/21/97 9/20/98 9/24/00

2-2-0 L 1-3 W 3-1 W 4-0 L 0-1

H A H H3

1-Nashville, Tenn.; 2- SEC Tournament (Lexington, KY); 3-First Tennessee Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.); 4- SEC Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.); 5-Golden Gate Classic (San Francisco/Berkeley, Calif.); 6- SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.); 7-Milwaukee Cup (Milwaukee, Wis.); 8- SEC Tournament (Athens, Ga.); 9-Provo, Utah; 10- JMU/Comfort Inn Invitational (Harrisonburg, Va.); 11- SEC Tournament (Baton Rouge, La.); 12-NCAA Tournament First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.); 13-SAS Stadium (Cary, N.C.); 14- Clemson/Nike Invitational (Clemson, S.C.); 15- Santa Clara adidas Classic (Santa Clara, Calif.); 16- Southeastern Conference Tournament (Oxford, Miss.); 17- NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds (Knoxville, Tenn.); 18- NCAA Tournament Third Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.); 19- Maryland/adidas Classic (College Park & Germantown, Md.); 20-Southeastern Conference Tournament (Orange Beach, Ala.); 21-NCAA Tournament Third Round (Gainesville, Fla.); 22-Southeastern Conference Tournament (Auburn, Ala.); 23- NCAA Tournament Third Round (Columbus, Ohio); 24Heartland Classic (Topeka, Kan.); 25- Virginia Nike Soccer Classic (Charlottesville, Va.); 26- NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds (Charlottesville, Va.); 27- Penn State Invitational (State College, Pa.); 28- Stanford Nike Classic (Stanford, Calif.); 29- Virginia Tech Tournament (Blacksburg, Va.); 30- Southern California Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.); 31- NCAA Tournament Third Round (Portland, Ore.); 32- Minneapolis, Minn.; 33- Sun Devil Desert Classic (Tempe, Ariz.).


ALL-TIME SERIES SUMMARY GF 25 6 6 29 9 30 3 2 1 3 34 2 7 6 6 18 25 4 3 9 1 25 1 0 0 6 26 30 6 0 5 2 6 13 1 21 33 6 2 9 2 3 0 1 1 3 0 0 15 4 3 0 2 2 33 2 0 1 3 5 2 23 3 8 17 5 1 10 2 2 8 0 3 3 1 0 8

GA 10 6 8 7 0 19 4 2 2 2 1 1 5 9 6 0 48 6 1 0 4 24 0 2 1 3 26 19 0 1 4 7 3 1 0 12 9 1 0 52 1 2 1 0 3 2 3 8 2 2 0 0 4 1 22 2 1 3 4 0 2 2 1 2 23 11 2 3 2 3 2 5 0 2 1 3 5

First Mtg. 1997 1997 1997 1996 2002 1997 1996 2001 1999 2003 1996 2002 1998 1996 2001 1997 1996 1996 2003 2002 1999 1996 2008 2008 1999 2000 1996 1996 1998 1999 1999 2003 1996 1996 2007 1997 1996 2002 2007 1997 2002 2000 2004 2003 1998 2006 2008 1998 1996 2003 2001 1999 2002 2002 1996 2001 1996 2002 1996 2004 2003 1996 2006 2003 1996 1998 2007 2001 2004 2004 2002 2003 2010 2003 2009 2000 1996

Last Mtg. 2010 2010 2010 2010 2002 2010 1996 2003 1999 2008 2010 2002 1998 2007 2006 2009 2010 1997 2003 2007 2000 2010 2008 2008 1999 2001 2010 2010 1998 1999 2000 2010 2009 2006 2009 2010 2010 2002 2007 2010 2002 2000 2004 2003 1998 2007 2009 2007 2000 2010 2001 1999 2006 2002 2010 2007 1996 2006 1997 2006 2008 2000 2007 2004 2010 2006 2007 2007 2005 2005 2009 2009 2010 2005 2010 2000 2000

Score 1-0 (2OT) 1-3 2-4 2-1 9-0 1-0 (OT) 3-4 0-1 1-2 0-2 8-0 2-1 7-5 1-0 (2OT) 0-0 2-0 2-4 4-1 3-1 2-0 0-1 2-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 4-2 0-1 0-1 (OT) 6-0 0-1 1-2 (OT) 1-3 2-1 2-1 (OT) 0-0 (2OT) 3-1 1-0 (2OT) 6-1 2-0 2-7 2-1 3-2 0-1 1-0 1-3 2-1 0-1 0-3 3-0 2-1 3-0 0-0 (2OT) 1-2 (OT) 2-1 (OT) 1-2 0-0 (2OT) 0-1 1-0 2-0 4-0 1-2 7-0 2-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 (OT) 1-2 1-0 (OT) 1-0 2-3 (OT) 2-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 (2OT) 0-1 0-3 0-1

HISTORY

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

REVIEW

Away 4-2-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 4-1-1 0-0-0 2-4-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-7-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-7-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 5-2-0 4-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 5-0-1 7-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-8-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 2-0-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 3-2-2 0-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-4-1 1-2-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0

LADY VOLS

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

COACHES

W-L-T 9-2-1 1-2-0 1-2-0 10-1-1 1-0-0 9-5-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 5-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-2-0 1-1-2 3-0-0 7-12-2 1-1-0 1-0-0 3-0-0 0-2-0 11-7-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 11-8-0 10-3-2 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 3-0-0 1-0-1 9-3-2 11-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-10-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 0-2-0 0-2-0 4-0-1 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 0-2-0 1-0-0 11-4-2 1-1-1 0-1-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 4-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 7-9-2 2-3-0 0-1-0 4-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-1 3-0-0 0-4-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-0 0-1-0 2-2-0

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Opponent Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Auburn Baylor BYU California Charlotte Chattanooga Cincinnati Colorado College Clemson Duke East Tennessee St. Florida Florida State Fresno State Furman George Mason Georgia Illinois Indiana Iowa State James Madison Kentucky LSU Louisville Loyola (Md.) Marquette Maryland Memphis Middle Tennessee Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Murray State Nebraska North Carolina North Carolina State Northwestern Ohio State Oklahoma Oregon Penn State Pepperdine Portland Radford Richmond Rutgers San Francisco Santa Clara South Alabama South Carolina Southern California SMU Stanford Texas UAB UC Santa Barbara UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNLV Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washington Washington State Western Carolina West Virginia Western Kentucky William & Mary Wisconsin Wisconsin-Milwaukee Xavier 2011 opponents in BOLD

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  SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Team Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi Mississippi State South Carolina Vanderbilt Totals:

W 9 10 9 7 11 11 10 9 11 11 7 105

L 2 1 5 12 7 8 3 3 2 4 9 56

T 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 12

2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 4 11

2 1 1 3 10 0 3 1 0 21

0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

  ATLANTIC COAST

Clemson Duke Florida State Maryland North Carolina North Carolina State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Totals:   ATLANTIC SUN

East Tenn. State

3

0

0 0 0

0 1 1

1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 6

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 3

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

0 0 1 1 2

1 1 0 1 3

0 0 0 0 0

1

1

0

  BIG TEN

Illinois Indiana Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Wisconsin Totals:   BIG 12

Baylor Iowa State Oklahoma Texas Totals:   BIG WEST

UC Santa Barbara

0

1 2 2 5

1 1 2 4

0 0 0 0

  BIG EAST

Cincinnati Louisville Marquette Rutgers West Virginia Totals:

4 4 8

  COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

  ATLANTIC 10

Charlotte Richmond Xavier Totals:

UNC Asheville Radford Totals:

  PACIFIC-10

1 1 1 1 0 4

0 0 1 0 4 5

0 0 0 0 0 0

George Mason James Madison William & Mary Totals:

0 2 1 3

2 0 0 2

0 0 1 1

1 2 0 2 5

0 1 1 0 2

0 0 0 0 0

0

1

0

  CONFERENCE USA

Colorado College Memphis SMU UAB Totals:

Arizona Arizona State California Oregon Stanford Southern California Washington Washington State Totals:

Chattanooga Furman UNC Greensboro Western Carolina Totals:

Loyola (Md.)

0

1

0

Arkansas State Middle Tennessee South Alabama Western Kentucky Totals:

2

0

0

1

0

0

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0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

1 3 1 1 6

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 1

1 2 2 0 2 7

0 0 0 1 0 1

1

0

0

  WEST COAST

Brigham Young Pepperdine Portland San Francisco Santa Clara Totals:   WESTERN ATHLETIC

All-Time Records vs. Other Conferences Best Record:

13-0-0 vs. Southern 8-0-1 vs. Big South 6-0-0 vs. Sun Belt 3-0-0 vs. Atlantic Sun 1-0-0 vs. Ohio Valley, WAC

Most Wins:

13 vs. Southern

Fewest Losses:

0 vs. Atlantic Sun, Big South, Ohio Valley, Southern, Sun Belt, WAC

Fewest Wins:

0 vs. Horizon, MAAC

Most Losses:

21 vs. ACC

Most Ties:

3 vs. ACC

Most Games:

35 vs. ACC

  MOUNTAIN WEST

UNLV

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  SUN BELT

Fresno State

  METRO ATLANTIC LEAGUE

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  HORIZON LEAGUE

Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Overall Record: 6-13-1 SEC Record: 3-5, 5th in Eastern Division Postseason: SEC Tournament

Overall Record: 11-8 SEC Record: 2-6, 5th in Eastern Division #

COACHES

1997 -- Head Coach: Charlie MacCabe

OUTLOOK

1996 -- Head Coach: Charlie MacCabe

LADY VOLS

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Score 7-0 0-4 1-4 3-4 4-2 0-1 0-5 3-2 2-6 0-5 0-1 1-3 2-1 1-2 4-0 0-3 1-2 3-2 (2ot) 2-2 (2ot) 0-3

Date 8/29 9/1 9/5 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/8 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/24 10/26 10/31 11/2

Opponent Memphis at Chattanooga at #1 North Carolina at Auburn* at Alabama* East Tennessee State at Xavier at Kentucky* at Vanderbilt* at Arizona at Arizona State Middle Tennessee #9 Florida* South Carolina* Radford Mississippi* at Georgia* Texas Florida State

W/L/T W W L W L W W L L L W W L W W L L W W

Score 3-0 9-0 0-8 3-2 (ot) 1-2 8-0 3-1 2-3 1-2 (ot) 0-2 2-1 7-0 0-4 1-0 1-0 1-4 0-3 2-0 4-1

HISTORY

Opponent Chattanooga #17 Vanderbilt* at Texas at Baylor at LSU* Arkansas* at #8 Clemson South Carolina* at #7 Florida* at Florida State vs. SMU@ Xavier UNC Asheville at Memphis at Middle Tennessee #15 Kentucky* at #25 Georgia* at Mississippi State* at Radford vs. #8 Florida!

REVIEW

Date 8/30 9/1 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/27 9/29 10/1 10/4 10/6 10/9 10/13 10/16 10/20 10/25 10/27 11/1 11/7

* Southeastern Conference match * Southeastern Conference match @ Nashville, Tenn. ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Lexington, Ky.

Holly Kimble (1996-97) converted a penalty kick to propel the first-year Lady Vols into the SEC Tournament.

Kendyl Michner (1997-99) and Kassie Kees (1996-98) were the first Lady Vols to earn All-SEC status in 1997.

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1998 -- Head Coach: Charlie MacCabe

1999 -- Head Coach: Charlie MacCabe

Overall Record: 12-8 SEC Record: 5-3, 4th in Eastern Division Postseason: SEC Tournament

Overall Record: 8-11-1 SEC Record: 5-4, 6th in Eastern Division Postseason: SEC Tournament

Date 9/1 9/4 9/7 9/11 9/13 9/18 9/20 9/25 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/7 10/9 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/1 11/5

Opponent Chattanooga at Oregon at #7 Portland at #4 Florida* at South Carolina* at UNC Asheville Xavier Arkansas* LSU* #10 Virginia$ #1 North Carolina$ at Radford at East Tennessee State #8 Vanderbilt* Kentucky* at Mississippi State* #25 Georgia* (FOX SS) vs. Louisville% vs. Colorado College% vs. #25 Alabama!

W/L/T W L L L W W W W W L L W W L L W W W W L

* Southeastern Conference match $ First Tennessee Bank Classic % Nashville, Tenn. ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

During a record-setting season, Allison Campbell (1998-99) was among the national scoring leaders.

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Score 5-1 1-3 0-5 0-4 3-2 (ot) 8-1 4-0 5-0 3-0 3-4 0-6 4-0 8-0 0-1 1-3 6-0 3-2 6-0 7-5 0-1

Date 9/1 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/14 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 9/28 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/27 10/31 11/4

Opponent at #1 North Carolina Marquette Auburn* #16 Alabama* Loyola (Maryland) George Mason$ #24 Iowa State$ at Kentucky* at Vanderbilt* UNC Asheville at California% at San Francisco% at Georgia* (FOX SNS) #2 Florida* South Carolina* at Mississippi* at Mississippi State* Radford at #12 Virginia vs. Mississippi!

W/L/T L W W W L L L L L W L T L L W W W W L L

* Southeastern Conference match $ First Tennessee Bank Classic % Golden Gate Classic, Berkeley & San Francisco, Calif. ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Nashville, Tenn.

A four-year starter, Heather Handel (199699) played in 79 career matches, finishing her career then ranked 10th all-time at UT.

Score 0-3 4-2 5-1 3-1 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-3 1-3 6-0 1-2 0-0 (2ot) 1-2 (ot) 1-5 4-2 2-1 (2ot) 2-1 5-0 0-4 0-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Overall Record: 12-8 SEC Record: 7-2, 2nd in Eastern Division Postseason: SEC Tournament

Overall Record: 11-6-1 SEC Record: 7-2, Tied for 2nd in Eastern#Division Postseason: NCAA First Round, SEC Tournament

COACHES

2001 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

OUTLOOK

2000 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

LADY VOLS REVIEW

Opponent at Marquette% at Wisconsin-Milwaukee% Arizona at #1 North Carolina UNC Asheville at George Mason at Radford James Madison$ Xavier$ at Florida* at South Carolina* (CSS) at Arkansas* at LSU* Vanderbilt* #15 Kentucky* (CSS) Mississippi State* Mississippi* (CSS) Georgia* Northwestern vs. Vanderbilt!

W/L/T L L W L W L W W L L W W W W W L W W W L

% Milwaukee Cup, Milwaukee, Wis. $ First Tennessee Bank Classic * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Athens, Ga.

SEC Freshman of the Year Rhian Wilkinson (2000-03) led UT in nearly every offensive category in 2000.

Score 1-2 (ot) 0-3 5-1 1-6 7-0 0-1 3-0 2-1 0-1 0-3 3-0 3-1 4-2 2-1 (ot) 3-2 0-1 3-0 4-3 (ot) 3-2 0-2

Date 9/1 9/3 9/7 9/9 9/20 9/23 9/26 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 11/2 11/8 11/16

Opponent W/L/T at #13 Brigham Young W vs. #19 Southern California& L at James Madison^ W vs. Rutgers^ W #16 Wake Forest W #7 Clemson L #1 North Carolina L at Auburn* L at Alabama* W at Vanderbilt* W at #24 Kentucky* W #8 Florida* (FOX SNS) W South Carolina* (CSS) W Arkansas* W LSU* W at Georgia* L vs. Kentucky! L vs. Duke% T (Duke advanced on penalty kicks, 4-2)

Score 2-1 0-1 4-2 3-0 2-1 3-4 (2ot) 2-5 1-2 4-0 2-1 1-0 (2ot) 2-1 (ot) 3-1 3-1 3-1 1-2 2-4 1-1 (4ot)

HISTORY

Date 8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/10 9/15 9/20 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/27 10/29 11/2

& Provo, Utah ^ JMU/Comfort Inn Invitational, Harrisonburg, Va. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Baton Rouge, La. % NCAA Tournament First Round, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Sue Flamini (2001-04) earned numerous honors in 2001, including a Freshman AllAmerica selection.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2002 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

2003 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

Overall Record: 18-6-1 SEC Record: 6-2-1, Eastern Division Champions Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Tournament Champions

Overall Record: 17-5-2 SEC Record: 7-1-1, Eastern Division, Regular-Season Champions Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Tournament Champions

Date 8/30 9/1 9/6 9/8 9/13 9/15 9/20 9/27 9/29 10/4 10/6 10/9 10/11 10/13 10/18 10/20 10/25 10/27 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/10 11/15 11/17 11/23

Opponent at #21 Duke vs. N.C. State^ Arkansas State Murray State Western Carolina% at #12 Clemson% (CSS) South Alabama vs. #2 Stanford$ at #7 Santa Clara$ #20 Auburn* Alabama* at #7 Wake Forest Vanderbilt* Kentucky* at Florida* at South Carolina* at Mississippi State* at Mississippi* Georgia* (CSS) vs. Georgia! vs. Kentucky! vs. Florida! (FOX SNS) Furman+ #22 Cincinnati+ at #2 North Carolina&

W/L/T L W W W W W W L L W W W L W L T W W W W W W W W L

Score 1-2 (ot) 2-1 9-0 6-1 3-1 2-0 2-1 (ot) 0-2 1-2 (ot) 4-2 3-2 2-0 0-1 2-0 1-2 (ot) 1-1 (2ot) 2-1 2-1 (2ot) 2-1 (ot) 1-0 1-0 (ot) 2-1 (2ot) 5-0 2-1 1-3

^ SAS Stadium; Cary, N.C. % Clemson/Nike Invitational, Clemson, S.C. $ Santa Clara adidas Classic, Santa Clara, Calif. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Oxford, Miss. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds, Knoxville, Tenn. & NCAA Tournament Third Round, Chapel Hill, N.C.

After four years at UT, Marie-Eve Nault (2000-03) earned a spot on the Canadian National Team. 94

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Date 8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/18 9/20 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/9 11/14 11/16 11/22

Opponent W/L/T UC Santa Barbara W Fresno State W at Brigham Young (BYU-TV) L at UNLV W Richmond$ W Charlotte$ W vs. William & Mary% W vs. Maryland% L #7 West Virginia (CSTV) L Mississippi State* W #23 Mississippi* L #5 Florida* (FOX SNS) W South Carolina* (CSS) W at Arkansas* W at LSU* W at Vanderbilt* T at Kentucky* W at Georgia* (CSS) W vs. South Carolina! W vs. Mississippi! W vs. #8 Florida! (FOX SNS) T (UT won on penalty kicks, 7-6) Oklahoma+ W Georgia+ W at #8 Florida& L

Score 1-0 3-1 0-1 5-2 2-0 3-0 2-1 (2ot) 1-3 0-2 2-0 0-1 2-0 3-2 4-0 3-0 2-2 (2ot) 4-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-1 (2ot)

$ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic % Maryland/adidas Classic, College Park & Germantown, Md. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Orange Beach, Ala. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds, Knoxville, Tenn. & NCAA Tournament Third Round, Gainesville, Fla.

Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart (2002-05) posted a 0.72 GAA and a Lady Vol record 12 shutouts in 2003.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS OUTLOOK

2005 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

Overall Record: 17-5-2 SEC Record: 10-1, Eastern Division, Regular-Season Champions Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Tournament Finalist

Overall Record: 15-6-2 # Champions SEC Record: 10-1, Eastern Division, Regular-Season Postseason: NCAA Second Round, SEC Tournament Champions

COACHES

2004 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

LADY VOLS REVIEW

Opponent #15 Duke at #15 Washington at Washington State #1 North Carolina$ Southern California$ at Richmond UNLV at Mississippi State* at Ole Miss* at #8 Florida* (FOX SNS) at South Carolina* Arkansas* LSU (CSS)* Vanderbilt* Kentucky* at #17 Auburn* Alabama* Georgia* vs. Kentucky! vs. Vanderbilt! vs. #8 Florida! (FOX SNS) Furman+ UAB+ at #6 Ohio State&

W/L/T W L T T W L W W W W W W W W W L W W W W L W W L

Score 4-3 (ot) 1-2 0-0 (2ot) 0-0 (2ot) 2-1 0-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 (2ot) 3-1 3-1 2-1 (ot) 1-0 1-0 1-2 2-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-2 (2ot) 2-0 1-0 0-1

$ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Auburn, Ala. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds, Knoxville, Tenn. & NCAA Tournament Third Round, Columbus, Ohio

Keeley Dowling (2001-04) wrapped up her career at UT with a third consecutive NCAA Sweet 16 appearance.

Date 8/26 9/2 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/23 9/25 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/14 10/16 10/21 10/23 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/6 11/11 11/13

Opponent W/L/T vs. #1 North Carolina^ L Washington State L at #10 West Virginia L at #6 Virginia% W vs. #25 William & Mary% T #16 Stanford$ L Washington$ W Mississippi State* W Mississippi* W #11 Florida* (FOX SNS) W South Carolina* (CSS) W at Arkansas* W at LSU* W at #21 Vanderbilt* L at Kentucky* W Auburn* W at Alabama* W at Georgia* W vs. LSU! W vs. #20 Vanderbilt! T (UT advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) vs. Auburn! (FOX SNS) W vs. #25 Wake Forest+ W at #6 Virginia+ L

Score 1-7 2-3 (ot) 0-1 1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 (ot) 2-0 1-2 2-1 1-0 2-1 (ot) 1-0 2-0 0-0

HISTORY

Date 8/27 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/7 11/12 11/14 11/21

1-0 5-2 0-3

^ Heartland Classic; Topeka, Kan. % Virginia Nike Soccer Classic; Charlottesville, Va. $ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament; Orange Beach, Ala. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds; Charlottesville, Va.

Senior midfielder Ali Christoph (2003-06) became the second first-team All-American in Lady Vol history. UTLADYVOLS.COM

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2007 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

2006 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

Overall Record: 15-5-2 SEC Record: 8-2-1, Third in Eastern Division Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Tournament

Overall Record: 12-7-4 SEC Record: 6-3-2, Tied for 2nd in Eastern Division Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16, SEC Tournament Semifinalist Date 8/25 8/27 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/27 11/1 11/3 11/10 11/12 11/18

Opponent W/L/T vs. Maryland^ L at #3 Penn State^ T #6 Virginia W UNC Greensboro$ W Middle Tennessee$ W at Stanford% W vs. #3 Santa Clara% L at Mississippi* T at Mississippi State* L at South Carolina* T at #12 Florida* W LSU* W Arkansas* W Kentucky* L Vanderbilt* W Alabama* W at Auburn (FOX SNS)* L Georgia* W vs. Auburn! W vs. Kentucky! L UAB+ W Duke+ T (UT advanced on penalty kicks, 4-3) at #1 North Carolina& L

Score 0-1 1-1 (2ot) 1-0 (ot) 2-0 2-1 (ot) 1-0 0-1 (ot) 1-1 (2ot) 2-3 0-0 (2ot) 2-1 2-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 (ot) 4-0 1-2 (2ot) 3-1 5-2 0-2 4-0 0-0 (2ot)

^ Penn State Invitational; University Park, Pa. $ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic % Stanford Nike Invitational; Stanford, Calif. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Orange Beach, Ala. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds, Knoxville, Tenn. & NCAA Tournament Third Round, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Sophomore Kylee Rossi (2005-08) earned UT’s first ever SEC Offensive Player of the Year award. 96

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Date 8/31 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/21 9/27 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/25 10/28 11/2 11/7 11/16 11/18 11/24

Opponent #7 Penn State^ Minnesota^ at Virginia Tech$ vs. #24 Wake Forest$ vs. Nebraska% at Southern Cal% at UNC Greensboro #12 South Carolina* (FOX SC) #15 Florida* (SUN Sports) at LSU* at Arkansas* at Kentucky* at Vanderbilt* (FOX SNS) Mississippi* Mississippi State* at Alabama* Auburn* at #17 Georgia* vs. South Carolina! Furman+ Clemson+ at #2 Portland&

W/L/T W W L W W T W W W L T W W W W W W L L W W L

Score 2-1 1-0 1-2 1-0 (ot) 2-0 0-0 (2ot) 2-1 3-2 (ot) 2-0 0-3 1-1 (2ot) 1-0 (ot) 3-1 2-0 4-0 2-1 3-0 0-3 0-2 2-0 1-0 (2ot) 0-3

^ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic $ Virginia Tech Tournament; Blacksburg, Va. % USC Tournament; Los Angeles, Calif. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Orange Beach, Ala. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds, Knoxville, Tenn. & NCAA Tournament Third Round, Portland, Ore.

Junior keeper Jaimel Johnson (200508) became Tennessee’s third NSCAA All-American.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Overall Record: 10-11-2 SEC Record: 5-5-1, Fourth in Eastern Division Postseason: NCAA First Round, SEC Tournament Champions

Overall Record: 8-9-3 SEC Record: 4-5-2, Fifth in Eastern Division Postseason: SEC Tournament

COACHES

2009 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

OUTLOOK

2008 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

LADY VOLS REVIEW

11/9 11/14

Opponent W/L/T at Chattanooga W vs. Indiana^ L vs. #2 North Carolina^ L #13 West Virginia$ L #15 Illinois$ W at Pepperdine L at #21 UC Santa Barbara L Western Carolina W at South Carolina* L at #16 Florida* L #15 LSU* W Arkansas* W Kentucky* W Vanderbilt* L at Ole Miss* W at Mississippi State* W Alabama* T at Auburn* L Georgia* (FOX SNS) L vs. Auburn! W vs. #11 LSU! T (UT advanced on penalties, 4-2) vs. Georgia! (FOX SNS) W vs. Charlotte+ L

Score 5-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-2 1-2 3-0 1-2 1-5 2-1 2-0 3-2 0-1 1-0 2-1 1-1 (2ot) 1-2 (2ot) 0-2 2-1 1-1 (2ot) 1-0 0-2

Date 8/22 8/28 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/11 9/13 9/20 9/25 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/22 10/25 10/30 11/4

Opponent ETSU Arizona State$ Pepperdine$ at #19 Minnesota vs. Wisconsin^ Memphis Western Carolina at #25 West Virginia (WVPBS) at Arkansas* at LSU* at Vanderbilt* at Kentucky* (CSS) Mississippi State* Ole Miss* (ESPNU) #11 Florida* (FOX SNS) #5 South Carolina* Auburn* at Alabama* (CSS) at #22 Georgia* vs. #10 Florida!

W/L/T W L L T W W W L W L L W W T T L L W L L

HISTORY

Date 8/22 8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/19 9/26 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/23 10/26 10/31 11/5 11/7

Score 2-0 2-3 (2ot) 0-1 0-0 (2ot) 1-0 2-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-5 0-1 (ot) 1-0 3-0 1-1 (2ot) 2-2 (2ot) 1-2 1-3 2-0 1-2 0-1 (2ot)

$ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic; Knoxville, Tenn. ^ Minneapolis, Minn. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Orange Beach, Ala.

^ Texas A&M Tournament; College Station, Texas $ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic; Knoxville, Tenn. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Orange Beach, Ala. + NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Kylee Rossi (2005-08) earned Soccer Buzz All-Central Region honors for the fourth time in her career in 2008.

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2010 -- Head Coach: Angela Kelly

Overall Record: 10-9-1 SEC Record: 7-3-1, Third in Eastern Division/Third SEC Overall Postseason: SEC Tournament Date 8/20 8/27 8/29 9/4 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/21 10/24 10/29 11/4

Opponent W/L/T Western Kentucky W #14 Maryland$ L Richmond$ W at #1 North Carolina L at #25 Arizona State% L at Arizona% L Wisconsin L Chattanooga W Arkansas* W LSU* T Vanderbilt* W Kentucky* L at Mississippi State* W at Ole Miss* (CSS) W at #13 Florida* (SUN Sports) L at #14 South Carolina* (ESPNU) L at Auburn* W Alabama* (CSS) W Georgia* W vs. LSU! L

$ First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic % Sun Devil Desert Classic; Tempe, Ariz. * Southeastern Conference match ! Southeastern Conference Tournament, Orange Beach, Ala.

Chelsea Hatcher (2008-present) led the Lady Vols with eight goals and four assists on the way to first team All-SEC and second team NSCAA All-South Region accolades.

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Score 3-0 1-3 2-1 2-7 2-4 1-3 0-1 8-0 2-1 1-1 (2ot) 1-0 0-1 1-0 (2ot) 3-1 2-4 1-2 1-0 (ot) 1-0 (2ot) 2-1 0-1 (ot)


REGAL SOCCER STADIUM

COACHES LADY VOLS REVIEW HISTORY

Regal Stadium also features a fully-equipped athletic training room with two whirlpools, examination tables and rehab equipment. With the addition of the training room, the Lady Vol sports medicine staff is now able to provide full treatment at the stadium site.

OUTLOOK

The new locker room at Regal Soccer Stadium is the pre-game headquarters for the Lady Vols. Each player has her own personalized locker and stool. The locker room also features laundry facilities and a team meeting area.

The University of Tennessee always has been highly supportive of the addition of women’s soccer to its athletics docket, and that dedication was raised another notch with the completion of Regal Soccer Stadium in 2007. On the site of the old stands is a new grandstand and facilities for the team, spectators and the media. The stadium, funded through private donations, including the bulk of money given by Knoxville-based Regal Entertainment Group, features stadium seating for approximately 3,000 fans and concessions stands on both the upper and lower levels. The upgraded facility includes a state-of-the-art scoreboard from Daktronics and a press box with separate booths for television and/or radio along with phone lines and Internet access. The grounds still feature two 80 x 120-yard fields with less than a one percent crown on the competition field and television standard lights on the game field. The fields are sod with Bermuda grass and boast total field irrigation. Both home and visiting teams enjoy locker rooms built into the stadium that include a team meeting area. UT also benefits from a film room with theater seating and a players’ lounge, featuring a flat # screen television, pool table and kitchen area. Previously, the site was known as the Tennessee Soccer Complex, where the Lady Vols went 63-21-1 over nine years. Opening day for the complex was Aug. 30, 1996, when UT drew a standing-room-only crowd of 2,631 for its inaugural match against Chattanooga. The complex played host to three NCAA Tournament opening-round weekends, with the Lady Vols going 6-0 in those contests. During the Angela Kelly era, dating back to 2000, UT is an impressive 82-20-6 (.787) on its home turf. In the initial season at Regal Stadium in 2007, the Lady Vols went undefeated at 9-0-0. The Orange and White will host 10 matches during its 16th season, highlighted by the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic over Aug. 26 & 28 that will include national powers Florida, Texas A&M and UCLA. Following its home tourney, the Lady Vols host Middle Tennessee (Sept. 2), Charlotte (Sept. 9) and Coastal Carolina (Sept. 16) before entering Southeastern Conference play with home contests versus South Carolina, Florida, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Auburn.

  LADY VOL FIRSTS AT HOME Match: Victory: Shutout: Goal: Hat Trick: SEC Match: SEC Victory: SEC Shutout: Televised Match: NCAA Match:

Chattanooga, 8/30/96 Chattanooga, 8/30/96 (7-0) Chattanooga, 8/30/96 (7-0) Whitney Rayburn vs. Chattanooga, 8/30/96, from Heather Handel & Debbie Markovich at 5:35 Whitney Rayburn vs. Chattanooga, 8/30/96 Vanderbilt, 9/1/96 (0-4) South Carolina, 9/27/96 (3-2) South Carolina, 10/19/97 (1-0) Georgia, 10/25/98 (3-2) -- FOX Sports South Furman, 11/15/02 (5-0)

Regal Stadium Quick Facts

  YEAR-BY-YEAR HOME RECORD Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals:

Record 3-4-0 7-2-0 5-4-0 6-4-0 8-2-0 5-2-0 9-1-0 9-2-0 11-0-1 6-2-0 9-1-1 9-0-0 5-3-1 4-4-2 7-3-1 103-34-6

Near the stadium entrance, Lady Vol soccer’s many accolades are on display in the exhibit hall. The room features Tennessee’s conference trophies and highlights key players and moments in program history.

Pct. .429 .778 .556 .600 .800 .714 .900 .818 .958 .750 .864 1.000 .611 .500 .682 .741

Dedicated: 2007 Capacity: 3,000 Field Dimensions: 80 x 120 yards Surface: Bermuda grass

The Lady Vol team room includes an orange billiards table, flat screen TV, Ms. Pacman arcade game, foosball table and kitchen area. UTLADYVOLS.COM

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  TOP CROWDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

3,042 2,631 2,091 2,083 1,744 1,694 1,581 1,524 1,434 1,332 1,326 1,236 1,207 1,196 1,178

#1 North Carolina, 9/26/01 .................................. L, 2-5 Chattanooga, 8/30/96 ..........................................W, 7-0 #1 North Carolina, 10/4/98 .................................. L, 0-6 #1 North Carolina, 9/10/04 ........................T, 0-0 (2ot) Wisconsin, 9/17/10 ................................................. L, 0-1 #15 Duke, 8/27/04 .........................................W, 4-3 (ot) #15 Florida, 9/30/07 ..............................................W, 2-0 #7 Penn State, 8/31/07 .........................................W, 2-1 Alabama, 10/24/10 ..................................... W, 1-0 (2ot) #5 South Carolina, 10/18/09 ............................... L, 1-2 #17 Vanderbilt, 9/1/96 .......................................... L, 0-4 Memphis, 9/11/09..................................................W, 2-1 Arizona State, 8/28/09.................................L, 2-3 (2ot) #11 Florida, 9/30/05 ..............................................W, 2-1 Kentucky, 10/13/02 ...............................................W, 2-0

  SEASON ATTENDANCE

Women’s Athletics Director Joan Cronan and Lady Vol basketball coach Pat Summitt recognize soccer legends (l-r) Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly and Tisha Venturini during halftime festivities as part of UT’s record crowd of 3,042 fans against North Carolina on Sept. 26, 2001.

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Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals:

Matches 7 9 9 10 10 7 10 11 12 8 11 9 9 10 11 143

Total 5,541 6,705 8,435 6,131 5,446 6,826 6,239 7,480 10,259 6,781 7,881 8,188 7,097 10,114 10,379 113,502

Avg. 792 745 937 613 546 975 624 680 855 848 716 910 789 1,011 944 794

UT SOCCER COMPLEX/REGAL STADIUM RECORDS Team - Match

Individual - Match

UT Individual - Season

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

Points:.................... 8 (4G) by Allison Campbell of UT vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 Goals: .............................. 4 by Allison Campbell of UT vs. South Carolina, 10/17/99 Assists:........... 3, most recently by Lyndsey Patterson & Rhian Wilkinson of UT vs. Arkansas State, 9/6/02 Shots: ..... 12 by Kim Patrick of UT vs. Clemson, 9/23/01 Goalkeeper Saves: ................... 11, most recently by Jaimel Johnson of UT vs. Florida, 9/30/07

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

Tennessee - Season

Tennessee Home All-Time

Matches Played:................................................12, 2004 Victories: ..............................................................11, 2004 Defeats: ............................ 4, 1996, 1998, 1999 & 2009 Ties:........................................................................... 2, 2009 Longest Winning Streak: .... 10, 9/12/04-11/14/04 Longest Losing Streak: ................. 4, 10/2-10/25/98 Points:................................................................. 112, 2002 Fewest Points:....................................................33, 2008 Goals: .....................................................................35, 2002 Fewest Goals: ......................................12, 2005 & 2008 Assists:...................................................................42, 2002 Fewest Assists: .................................................... 9, 2008 Shots: .................................................................. 299, 1999 Fewest Shots: .....................................................82, 1996 Shutouts: ..................................... 7, 2003, 2004 & 2007 Consecutive Shutouts: ..........6, 9/30/07-11/18/07 Opponent Shutouts: ......................................... 3, 2008

Overall Record:.....................................103-34-6 (.741) Southeastern Conference:................ 52-17-4 (.740) Goals For: .................................... 320 (2.24 per match) Goals Against:........................... 149 (1.04 per match)

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Julie Eckel 5-6 - Fr. - GK Cordova, Tenn. (St. Benedict at Auburndale)

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Hannah Steadman Jessica Rolfs Caroline Capocaccia Tori Bailey 5-8 - Fr. - GK 5-11 - R-So. - GK 5-7 - So. - D 4-11 - So. - M/D Kinnelon, N.J. Normal, Ill. Memphis, Tenn. Fenton, Mich. (Fenton) (Kinnelon) (Normal (St. Agnes Community) Academy)

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Chelsea Kephart 5-6 - Sr. - D Cumming, Ga. (South Forysth/ Georgia Southern)

Iyana Moore 5-6 - Fr. - F Marietta, Ga. (Wheeler)

Chelsea Hatcher 5-7 - Sr. - M/F Cincinnati, Ohio (Seven Hills)

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Tyler Law 5-10 - Fr. - M Jacksonville, Fla. (St. Johns Country Day School)

Kylie Bono 5-8 - Jr. - M Yorba Linda, Calif. (Esperanza)

Ali Hall 5-7 - Jr. - D Hawthorn Woods, Ill. (Adlai Stevenson)

Emily Shore 5-5 - Sr. - M Gainesville, Fla. (Oak Hall)

Alison Clarke 5-10 - Fr. - D Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (Kelvin)

Ashley Hartert 5-8 - Fr. - M Marvin, N.C. (Marvin Ridge)

Hannah Hut 5-5 - Sr. - D Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Mountain Vista)

Allie Sirna 5-3 - Fr. - D Solon, Ohio (Solon)

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Lexi Krause 5-8 - Fr. - M Plainfield, Ill. (Joliet Catholic Academy)

Emily Dowd 5-6 - Sr. - F Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville)

Carlee Dimry 5-8 - Fr. - D Carlsbad, Calif. (Classical Academy)

Amy Harrison 5-6 - Jr. - M Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (Vincent Massey Collegiate)

Alexis Owens 5-6 - Jr. - D/F Carmel, Ind. (Carmel)

Caroline Brown 5-9 - So. - M/F Hershey, Pa. (Hershey)

Sanna Saarinen Lara Langworthy 5-7 - Sr. - M/F 5-5 - So. - M/F Espoo, Finland Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Brentwood (Etela-Tapiola) Academy)

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Kaelyn Angelo 5-4 - Fr. - F Oak Ridge, Tenn. (Oak Ridge)

Brittney Wade 5-5 - Fr. - M Houston, Texas (Clear Lake)

RB Wyatt 5-8 - R-So. - GK Aiken, S.C. (South Aiken)

Tennessee Lady Vol Coaching Staff

Angela Kelly Head Coach North Carolina, 1994 (12th Year)

Joe Kirt Assistant Coach Wis.-Oshkosh, 1998 (Fifth Year)

Keeley Dowling Assistant Coach Tennessee, 2005 (Fourth Year)

Hemant Sharma Volunteer Assistant Coach


DATE

DAY

OPPONENT (TV)

SITE

Aug. 12 Aug. 19 Aug. 21

Sat. Fri. Sun.

at Samford** at Kansas at Oklahoma

Birmingham, Ala. Lawrence, Kan. Norman, Okla.

FIRST TENNESSEE LADY VOL CLASSIC Aug. 26 Fri. FLORIDA VS. TEXAS A&M UCLA VS. TENNESSEE Aug. 28 Sun. TENNESSEE VS. TEXAS A&M FLORIDA VS. UCLA

KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE

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

KNOXVILLE Greensboro, N.C. KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE Baton Rouge, La. Fayetteville, Ark. KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE Lexington, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. KNOXVILLE Athens, Ga. Orange Beach, Ala. Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Kennesaw, Ga.

Fri. Sun. Fri. Fri. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Thurs. Sun. Fri. Wed.-Sun. Fri.-Sun. Fri.-Sun. Fri.-Sun. Fri./Sun.

MIDDLE TENNESSEE at UNC – Greensboro CHARLOTTE COASTAL CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA* FLORIDA* (CSS) at LSU* at Arkansas* MISSISSIPPI* MISSISSIPPI STATE* at Kentucky* at Vanderbilt* (CSS) at Alabama* AUBURN* (FSN) at Georgia* SEC Tournament NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Third Round & Quarterfinals NCAA Women’s College Cup

*Denotes Southeastern Conference matches; **Denotes Preseason match

TIME

6:00 p.m. (CT) 5:00 p.m. (CT) 1:00 p.m. (CT) 5:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. (CT) 1:00 p.m. (CT) 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. (CT) 7:00 p.m. (CT) 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


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