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#00 Lauren MacKenzie

#0 Elise Applegate

#2 Stephanie Nilica

#3 Hannah McGowen

#5 Brooke Robertson

Jr., Barrie, Ontario

Fr., Lewiston, Maine

Sr., St. Louis, Mo.

Fr., Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Jr., Olathe, Kan.

#6 Hannah Fessenden

#7 Mary Thompson

#8 Jenni Duffy

#9 Bettina Baer

#10 Marissa Wood-Sternburgh

Fr., Sevierville, Tenn.

Fr., Knoxville, Tenn.

Sr., Middlesbrough, England

Fr., Zurich, Switzerland

Sr., Traverse City, Mich.

#11 Abi Sanvee

#12 Michaela Gooden

#14 Tori Taylor

#15 Kim Boldt

#17 Melissa Govea

Fr., Bartlett, Tenn.

Jr., London, England

Jr., Germantown, Tenn.

Jr., Troy, Mich.

Jr., Hendersonville, Tenn.

#18 Katie Imperiale

#19 Morgan Brandon

#20 Rosaelia Loza

#22 Emily Crye

#23 Kendyl Wilson

Jr., St. Louis, Mo.

Fr., Knoxville, Tenn.

Jr., Briscoe, NC

Soph., Mason, Ohio

Soph., Collierville, Tenn.

Phil McNamara

Leslie Marcouiller

#25 Sam Dunn Fr., Churchville, NY

Head Coach, 1st Season 2010 UT Marti n SoccerAsst. Coach, 1st Season


TABLE OF CONTENTS UT MARTIN QUICK FACTS

INSIDE THE GUIDE

Founded: 1900; Senior College, 1951 Enrollment: 8,100 Nickname: Skyhawks Colors: Navy Blue and Orange Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ohio Valley Chancellor: Dr. Thomas Rakes Director of Athletics: Phil Dane Senior Women’s Admin: Danelle Fabianich Athletics Web Site: www.UTMSports.com

2010 UT Martin Soccer Quick Facts ................................ 1 Skyhawk Field ................................................................... 2-3 Media Information ............................................................ 4 UT Martin Coaching Staff ................................................ 6-7 UT Martin Support Staff .................................................. 8 2010 Season Preview........................................................10-11 2010 Rosters/Pronunciation Guide ................................. 12 Player Bios/Squad Breakdown.......................................14-29 All-Time Roster ................................................................. 30 2009 Season Recap............................................................32-33 2009 Final Statistics ........................................................... 34 2009 Results/Game-by-Game Starters ............................ 35 2009 Game-by-Game Recaps..........................................36-41 UTM Soccer: Champions On and Off the Pitch ............ 42 2010 Opponents................................................................44-46 All-Time Season Results..................................................48-49 Record vs. All Opponents...............................................50-51 All-Time Individual/Team Records...............................52-53 Yearly Statistical Leaders/Skyhawks of Distinction....54-55 UT Martin Program Timeline .......................................... 56 UT Martin Yearly Jersey Numbers ................................. 57 Ohio Valley Conference.................................................... 58 UT Martin Athletics..........................................................60-61 UT Martin Athletic Training Toom................................62-63 Skyhawk Athletics Strength and Conditioning...........64-65 The University of Tennessee at Martin.........................68-80 OVC Academic Awards ................................................... 81 UT Martin Chancellor Tom Rakes .................................. 82 Athletics Director Phil Dane ............................................ 83 Skyhawk Athletics Staff/Head Coaches ......................... 84

UTM SOCCER PERSONNEL Head Coach: Phil McNamara Alma Mater: King (Tenn.) College ‘00 Tenure at UT Martin: 1st season Career Record: 146-43-7 (.763), 10 seasons Office Telephone: (731) 881-7931 E-Mail Address: pmcnama1@utm.edu Assistant Coach: Leslie Marcouiller Alma Mater: Carson-Newman ‘07 Tenure at UT Martin: 1st season Office Telephone: (731) 881-3931 E-Mail Address: lmarcoui@utm.edu Soccer SID: Ryne Rickman Office Phone: (731) 881-7632 Cell Phone: (270) 703-2601 Fax Number: (731) 881-7624 E-Mail Address: rrickman@utm.edu

UTM SOCCER QUICK FACTS 2009 Overall Record: 9-7-0 (.563) 2009 Conference Record/Finish: 6-2-0 (.750)/T-1st Postseason: OVC Tournament Semifinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/14 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Newcomers: 11 First Year of Soccer: 1998 Home Field (Capacity): Skyhawk Field (500) Surface: Bermuda All-Time Soccer Record: 72-128-20 (.373) All-Time Record at Skyhawk Field: 51-44-6 (.535) All-Time Road Record: 19-75-12 (.236) All-Time Neutral Record: 2-9-2 (.231) All-Time OVC Record: 29-44-12 (.412) All-Time OVC Tournament Record: 2-8-1 (.227)

CREDITS

The 2010 University of Tennessee at Martin Soccer Media Guide was written and produced by sports information assistant Ryne Rickman using Adobe InDesign CS4. Special editorial assistance was provided by Joe Lofaro. Photos and front cover design by Trevor Ruszkowski/UTM Relations. Layout designs by Ryne Rickman, Louise Priest, Matt Maxey. The University of Tennessee at Martin does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status in provision of educational opportunities or employment opportunities and benefits. UT Martin does not discriminate on the basis of sex or disability in the education programs and activities which it operates, pursuant to requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as codified in 42 U.S.C. 2000D; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Public Law 92 318; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Public Law 93-112; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336; and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. This policy extends to both employment by and admission to the university. Inquiries concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity, 240 Gooch Hall, UT Martin, Martin, TN 38238-5002, 731-881-7202. Charges of violation of the above policy also should be directed to the Equity and Diversity Officer. E05-0416-00-002-11.

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SKYHAWK FIELD The University of Tennessee at Martin women’s soccer program has called Skyhawk Field its home since 1998. It is a 120 x 75 Bermuda pitch with a press box and permanent seating for over 500 fans along the west sideline. Fans also circle the field with trucks, lawn chairs and couches to create a festive atmosphere that is intimidating to opponents. This summer, new colorful wind screens were also added to give the field a professional exterior look. Plans are also being made to build new brick barriers around both benches. Another new feature this year are a pair of large tents that have been placed over the two adjacent sets of bleachers that sandwich the main bleachers. This provides a comfortable, shady climate for fans of all ages to enjoy. The first match played at Skyhawk Field, was on Sept. 4, 1998, against Ohio Valley Conference foe Tennessee Tech. Although the Skyhawks dropped a tough 1-0 decision in that match, they came roaring back for the first home win in program history on their next try - a 2-1 win over OVC opponent Morehead State on Sept. 12, 1998. Over the years, the Skyhawks have put together a 51-44-6 record while playing in front of the home crowd. However, UT Martin has enjoyed a tremendous home-field advantage over the last several seasons. Since 2002, the Skyhawks are 46-17-7 in matches played at Skyhawk Field, having lost only three matches on their home turf in the last three seasons. In those eight dominant years, UT Martin has posted a winning home record in all but one season, while only losing twice in its last 12 conference matches. Just last year, the Skyhawks matched the best home start to any season by beginning the year 6-0-0, and ended the season with the highest single-season home winning percentage (.857) in program history. Skyhawk Field has also been home to the PUMA Skyhawk Invitational from 2002-2007 and 2009, as well as the first round of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament in 1999, 2003 and 2008.

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SKYHAWK FIELD DIRECTIONS TO SKYHAWK FIELD From I-24 East (Paducah, Ky.) Take Exit 7 (Mayfield/Paducah) to Hwy. 45 South toward Mayfield. At Mayfield, turn right on Purchase Parkway (Fulton, Ky. Exit 121). At Fulton, follow Hwy. 45E South Bypass to Martin. Turn right onto University Street to the intersection of Mt. Pelia road then turn onto Pat Head Summitt Drive. Skyhawk Field is located off of Pat Head Summitt Drive. From I-40 West (Nashville, Tenn.) Take Exit 108 North (Parker’s Crossroads) to Highway 22. Follow Highway 22 to Martin. Exit onto Skyhawk Parkway and turn right at the first traffic light onto University Street. Make a right at the first traffic light onto Mt. Pelia Drive, then turn onto Pat Head Summitt Drive. Skyhawk Field is located off of Pat Head Summitt Drive. From I-40 East (Memphis, Tenn.) Take Exit 80-B North to Highway 45 By-pass. Follow Highway 45E (Milan Exit) to Martin. Exit onto Skyhawk Parkway and turn right at the first traffic light onto University Street. Make a right at the first traffic light onto Mt. Pelia Drive, then turn onto Pat Head Summitt Drive. Skyhawk Field is located off of Pat Head Summitt Drive.

TOP ALL-TIME CROWDS AT SKYHAWK FIELD (minimum attendance of 200)

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Att. 457 430 411 338 321 264 241 232 223 219

Opponent Result Murray State L 2-1 Austin Peay T 1-1 Tennessee Tech W 2-1 Morehead State L 3-2 Bethel W 3-1 Missouri-Kansas City W 3-0 Alabama L 3-0 Southeast Missouri W 1-0 Eastern Illinois L 1-0 Jacksonville State W 1-0

Date 10-28-07 10-26-08 11-4-08 10-18-09 9-21-08 9-11-09 11-3-02 10-23-05 10-21-05 10-15-06

Rank T-11 T-11 T-13 T-13 T-15 T-15 17 18 19 20

Att. 215 215 212 212 210 210 209 207 206 204

Opponent Southeast Missouri Murray State Murray State Eastern Illinois Ole Miss Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Morehead State Southeast Missouri Louisville

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Result W 2-1 L 3-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 8-0 W 6-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 L 2-0 L 4-0

Date 10-11-09 10-13-05 10-4-09 10-19-07 8-28-99 9-30-05 9-26-08 10-7-07 11-4-03 8-26-00

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

JOE LOFARO Sports Information Director

RYNE RICKMAN Sports Information Assistant

Soccer Contact: Ryne Rickman Office Telephone: (731) 881-7632 Office Fax: (731) 881-7624 E-Mail Address: rrickman@utm.edu Mailing Address: Skyhawk Fieldhouse 1022 Elam Center 15 Mt. Pelia Road Martin, TN 38238 Sports Information Director: Joe Lofaro Office Telephone: (731) 881-7632

INTERVIEW POLICIES Media interviews with players and coaches are encouraged, and every effort will be made to accommodate media requests. In-person interviews are preferred. Telephone interviews can be arranged through the office of sports information. The best time to reach head coach Phil McNamara is weekdays between 9 a.m.-11 a.m. POSTGAME AVAILABILITIES Players and coaches will be available for interviews at the soccer field, after a brief cooling-off period at the conclusion of each match. Media will be provided full stat packages upon completion of each game. Skyhawk head coach Phil McNamara and selected players will be made available upon request. Requests for players will be taken near the end of each game. Space and phone lines will be made available following post game interviews for filing stories. CREDENTIALS No media credentials are required for coverage of regularseason home matches since admission is free. For postseason matches, credentials may be obtained through the office of sports information.

PRESS BOX The Skyhawk Field press box is located off Pat Head Summitt Drive, directly above the bleacher seating area. Internet access is limited at the press box, but can be made available after the conclusion of each match upon request from the UT Martin sports information office. Media parking is located in the general parking lot adjacent to the Bettye Giles Softball Field. There is no charge for parking. ON THE WEB A wealth of resources for the UT Martin sports information department can be found at www.UTMSports.com. The site features updated schedules, rosters, player information, scores and statistics and game notes. SKYHAWKS IN PRINT The name of our institution is The University of Tennessee at Martin and if abbreviated, should be referred to as UT Martin. The University of Tennessee at Martin should be used as the first reference in a news story. UT Martin should be used in subsequent references and UTM is acceptable in headlines. Tennessee-Martin, UTMartin, UT or Martin should never be used. The description Skyhawks should be used to represent all UT Martin athletic teams. Lady-Skyhawks or Hawks should never be used.

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COACHING STAFF PHIL McNAMARA Head Coach First Season King College ‘00 Phil McNamara was named as The University of Tennessee at Martin’s fourth head soccer coach on March 23, 2010. McNamara comes to UT Martin from Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn., where he led the Eagles to the NCAA Division II championship tournament in each of his last seven years. His teams advanced to the NCAA Final Four in back-to-back years in 2004-05 and won five regular season league titles and four South Atlantic Conference tournaments. During his eight-year tenure at Carson-Newman, he picked up the South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year honor four times. At Carson-Newman, McNamara’s teams were consistently ranked, as his players garnered several top honors throughout his tenure. All in all, he coached 43 all-conference players, 22 all-region players, four All-SAC Tournament members, four All-SAC tournament MVP’s, four All-Americans (including the first in Carson Newman history), four All-NCAA Tournament team players, three SAC Players of the Year and two SAC Freshmen of the Year. In addition to coaching the program’s first-ever national All-American, he also guided the Eagles to the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance and NCAA Tournament victories. Four players also earned national or regional academic All-American awards under his watch. McNamara’s 2009 Carson-Newman team was the best in school history, as they set a single-season record for most wins (20). They finished ranked seventh in the nation after winning their third NCAA Southeast Regional title under his guidance. In his career, McNamara has sported an overall record of 146-43-7 won-loss-tie worksheet. He also has won 11 games or more every year for the past eight years at Carson-Newman, a tremendous feat considering the Eagles had never won more than 11 games in any one season in its first 11 years of playing soccer prior to McNamara’s hiring. Before Carson-Newman, McNamara served two seasons at Virginia Intermont in Bristol, Va.. He posted a 1712 record and he led the team to both conference and regional championships. He was named conference and regional coach of the year. He spent the 2001 season as head coach of both the men’s and women’s programs. The men were ranked 18th in the nation.

McNAMARA AS A HEAD COACH

Season 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 a 2008 2009 10 years

School Virginia Intermont Virginia Intermont Carson-Newman %&$Carson-Newman %^&*Carson-Newman &*Carson-Newman %^&$Carson-Newman &Carson-Newman %^&$Carson-Newman %^&$Carson-Newman

Overall Conference Record Record 8-6-0 9-6-0 11-7-0 15-4-2 19-3-2 17-5-0 17-2-1 14-6-0 16-1-1 20-3-1 146-43-7 (.763)

7-0 N/A 4-3-0 6-0-1 6-1-0 6-1-0 6-1-0 4-3-0 7-1-0 6-1-1 52-11-2 (.815)

%Regular Season Championship &NCAA Tournament ^Conference Tournament Championship *NCAA Tournament Final Four $Conference Coach of the Year

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McNamara also served as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s programs at his alma mater, King College in Bristol, Tenn. McNamara has three European coaching licenses and has served as a youth coach for the Irish Football Association (IFA) in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As a player, he was a YTS trainee with Ashton Villa FC in England for two years, and spent one season with the Carrickfergus Rangers FC in the Irish First Division. He was member of the Cliftonville FC in the Irish Premier League for four years before ending his playing career in the United States, spending one season playing indoor soccer with the Huntsville Fire of the Premier League and two years with the Roanoke Wraft of the PDL D-2 League. McNamara is married to the former Jacqueline Logue of Belfast, Northern Ireland, and has two children, Halina (7) and Anthony (4).

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COACHING STAFF LESLIE MARCOUILLER Assistant Coach First Season Carson-Newman ‘07 New University of Tennessee at Martin head soccer coach Phil McNamara has turned to a familiar face to add to his coaching staff, as he has announced the hiring of Leslie Marcouiller as a full-time assistant coach. Marcouiller has spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach to McNamara at Carson-Newman, helping the Eagles to a 40-14-2 record (including a school-record 20 wins in 2009), three consecutive NCAA Division-II Tournament appearances and two South Atlantic Conference regular-season and tournament titles. At Carson-Newman, she was responsible for the organization of practices, ongoing recruitment, workouts, administrative duties such as travel and scheduling, player development and team preparation, among other things. “I am absolutely thrilled Leslie came with me here to UT Martin,” McNamara said. “She’s a very good recruiter and she has a great eye for talent. More than anything, being an assistant coach at Carson-Newman gave her a good head start with regards to helping the players understand their roles.” Not only did Marcouiller coach with McNamara at Carson-Newman, she also finished out her collegiate playing career for him from 2004 through 2006 before graduating with a bachelor’s degree in applied psychology in 2007. In those three seasons, she led the team to a 53-10-3 record, including an 18-3 conference slate. A forward and outside midfielder, she led the team to back-to-back NCAA Division-II Tournament Final Fours, as well as two regular-season SAC titles and two SAC Tournament titles. Perhaps the most impressive feat is that as a player, she was part of the three most winningest seasons in Carson-Newman history at that point in time, including a then-school-record 19 wins in 2004. Before playing at Carson-Newman, Marcouiller spent two seasons playing in Conference-USA for head coach Paul Harbin at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. As a true freshman, she logged 203 minutes and scored her first career point on an assist against Jackson State on Oct. 25, 2002. The next season, she saw limited action because of an injury. In her two years at UAB, the Blazers went 22-14-2 with a 13-7 league record. A Marietta, Ga. native, Marcouiller was a four-year letterwinner at Sprayberry High School, where she was an all-star selection in the state of Georgia. She scored 56 goals - including a team-high 21 her junior season - in her career and led the Yellow Jackets to a state 5A quarterfinalist berth in 2001, as well as a 6AAAA Sub-Region championship and pair of 6AAAA Sub-Region runner-up appearances. For Marcouiller, the opportunity to continue learning under McNamara at UT Martin was just too good to pass up. “It’s real exciting to officially be on board,” Marcouiller said. “This is my first full-time assistant coaching job and I can’t wait to bring a lot more to the table.” The fact that Marcouiller was a former player and staff member under McNamara was an attractive choice he factored in when building upon his first staff at UT Martin. “Being a former player of mine, Leslie has good insight as to what the girls will experience under my guidance,” McNamara said. “She is very qualified as a former Division-I player and that gives us an edge with her knowledge and experience required to be successful at the Division-I level.” Marcouiller has hit the ground running, and expects big things out of the Skyhawks this coming fall. “The roster here is full with great players and there are so many exciting things going on here at UT Martin,” Marcouiller said. “Just in my short time here the players have made great strides and I’ve really been impressed with their level of play.”

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SUPPORT STAFF KATHERINE MALIK Athletic Trainer Third Season Florida ‘04 Katherine Malik enters her third season as an assistant athletic trainer at The University of Tennessee at Martin. She serves as the primary athletic trainer for the Skyhawk soccer and softball teams, while also assisting with day-to-day operations with all other UT Martin sports teams. Malik comes to the Skyhawk Sports Medicine staff from Birmingham Southern where she was also an assistant athletic trainer, working primarily with the women’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball and lacrosse teams. Prior to her time at Birmingham Southern, Malik spent a year as an intern at Georgia Tech and two years as a graduate assistant at the University of Central Florida. While at Georgia Tech, Malik worked with the football and track programs and at Central Florida she worked primarily with the women’s soccer team while earning a master’s degree in physical education. Malik is a 2004 graduate of the University of Florida, earning a degree in exercise science and is married to her husband, Tyson Malik.

RYNE RICKMAN Sports Information Director Third Season Murray State ‘08 Ryne Rickman begins his third year in the UT Martin sports information office. At UT Martin, Rickman is the media contact for soccer, men’s basketball, baseball, women’s tennis, rifle, and cross country teams. Rickman also serves as official statistician at most Skyhawk home events, produces media guides, game day programs, press releases, and serves as a media host and coordinating event operations. While at UT Martin, Rickman has taken part in several other sports information ventures. He served as the official statistician at the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournament in Nashvulle, where he was solely responsible for all stats from the two-day, six-game semifinals and championship games. The previous year, he was a media relations assistant at the NCAA men’s basketball South Regional tournament in Memphis, arranging press conferences and post-game interviews in the Sweet 16/Elite 8 rounds. He also served as official scorer of the 2008 Major/60 12 Year Old Cal Ripken World Series in Martin from Aug. 7-14, 2008, overseeing the four-day, 10-team national Babe Ruth Little League tournament. A native of Benton, Ky., Rickman came to UT Martin from Murray State, where he graduated with a degree in journalism and a minor in recreation in May 2008. He worked part-time as a student worker in the Athletics Media Relations office for four years and was the media contact for track and field and cross country, and also the head researcher for football and basketball media guides. He was a co-contributor to Murray State’s 2007 football media guide, which was named by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) as the Best in the Nation for Football Bowl Subdivision universities.

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2010 SEASON PREVIEW MCNAMARA ENTERS HIS FIRST SEASON AT THE HELM LOOKING TO LEAD THE SKYHAWKS TO AN OVC CHAMPIONSHIP REPEAT Fresh off winning their first Ohio Valley Conference title in program history, The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team has been chosen third in the OVC preseason polls, as voted on by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. The Skyhawks, who return 10 letterwinners and six starters from last season’s championship squad, received 86 points and two of the possible 18 first-place votes. Murray State - the defending OVC Tournament champions - led the way by receiving seven first-place votes and 117 points, while Morehead State, who the Skyhawks split a share of the regular-season title with, trailed closely behind with nine firstplace votes and 116 points. “I think third place is extremely fair given the fact we won the regular season championship last year and lost in the tournament semifinals,” UT Martin first-year head coach Phil McNamara said. “It’s flattering that we got two first-place votes considering we have a new coaching staff that came in late and we are facing quite a bit of transition.” Tennessee Tech (77 points), Eastern Kentucky (74), Eastern Illinois (70), Southeast Missouri (60), Jacksonville State (32) and Austin Peay (16) rounded out the preseason standings. After reaching the OVC Tournament finals in 2008 for the first time ever, the Skyhawks built off that and brought home their first regular-season title in its 12th year of existence in 2009. Nine months after the team’s early semifinal exit from the OVC Tournament, UT Martin has turned to McNamara, who has spent the last eight seasons coaching across the state at Carson-Newman. He reached double-digit wins in every season at Carson-Newman, including a school-record 20 wins in 2009. All in all, his Carson-Newman teams won five regular-season conference titles and four league tournament titles during his tenure. In order to keep the ball rolling at UT Martin, McNamara and assistant coach Leslie Marcouiller have hit the ground running on the recruiting trail since late March, when McNamara was named the fourth head coach in Skyhawk history. The coaching staff will finally see all the pieces come together this Thursday, Aug. 5, when the team begins its preseason fall practice. A total of 11 newcomers join a solid nucleus

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that will hopefully offer a repeat performance from the previous two seasons, in which the team has broken 20 school records and perched themselves atop of the OVC. “We are extremely excited about this group of girls,” McNamara said. “We know that in order to be successful in the near future we have to come together and become a team. We are inexperienced in some areas but we are hoping our talent will prevail.” With an attacking style of coaching, McNamara hopes the Skyhawks will be able to light up the scoreboard this fall. Judging by a talented pool of forwards, that just might be the case. Sophomore Kendyl Wilson, who was a 2009 All-OVC second teamer and All-OVC Newcomer as a true freshman, returns after leading the team in scoring. Showing a true nose for the ball, three of Wilson’s four goals were game-winners in 2009, including the lone goal in the OVC championship-clinching win over Eastern Illinois last Halloween. Also returning are juniors Katie Imperiale and Tori Taylor, as well as sophomore Emily Crye. Imperiale has found the back of the net five times in her first two seasons in a Skyhawk, including four game-winners. Taylor was hampered by an injury for most of last season, but when she saw the field she was very effective - as evidenced by her spot on the PUMA Skyhawk Invitational All-Tournament team. Crye, who was a walk-on last season, brought energy off the bench for UT Martin last year, and her relentless hustle earned her the “Most Improved Player” award from her teammates at last season’s postseason banquet. Joining those four are a trio of newcomers that pack some scoring punch in junior Rosaelia Loza and freshmen Abi Sanvee and Bettina Baer. Loza enters the UT Martin program from Louisburg College in Louisburg, NC, where she scored a spectacular 48 goals and tallied 14 assists in just two seasons. Sanvee, from Evangelical Christian School in Bartlett, was a two-time finalist for the Memphis Commercial Appeal’s “Best of the Preps” award and was one of the best offensive players in the state - scoring 24 goals and adding 12 assists last year. Baer comes from the prestigious K+S Raemibuehl prep school in Switzerland, where she helped her team win back-to-back Swiss championships in 2008-09. “This is probably the deepest we have

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Sophomore Kendyl Wilson will be relied upon to provide the same scoring punch she displayed as a true freshman in 2009, when she led the team with four goals (three gamewinners) and nine points. ever been at the forward slot at UT Martin,” McNamara said. “We are going to be very strong and powerful at this position and we have the capability of playing numerous different formations, rotating all six forwards on the roster. We hope this area sets ourselves apart from a lot of other teams.” The largest amount of players at one position for the Skyhawks in 2010 is midfield, where nine players are listed. Heading that group will be junior Brooke Robertson, who last season became just the ninth player in UT Martin history to earn All-OVC first team honors. Robertson has scored seven goals - six of which have been game-winners - in her brief Skyhawk career and carries a career shot-ongoal percentage of .472 heading into this fall. Upperclassmen Jenni Duffy, Melissa Govea and Marissa Wood-Sternburgh also return to the Skyhawks in 2010. Duffy started all 16 matches and led the team in shots on goal last season and ranks fifth on the all-time career


2010 SEASON PREVIEW assists list at UT Martin with eight. Govea has led the team in shots in each of the last two seasons, accumulating 13 points on five goals and three assists. Wood-Sternburgh had a successful comeback season after suffering an injury in 2008, and she seems poised to make a contribution in 2010. Five midfielders also join this year’s squad in junior Michaela Gooden and freshmen Hannah McGowen, Hannah Fessenden, Mary Thompson, Sam Dunn. Gooden was a teammate of Loza at Louisburg College and was a National Junior College Athletic Association Honorable Mention All-American after scoring 18 goals and 17 assists over the last two seasons. McGowen was an all-state performer at Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro, scoring 86 goals with 73 assists in her spectacular fouryear career. Fessenden and Thompson were high school teammates at Knoxville Christian Academy, where they led the Warriors to three state championships in four years (2006, 2008, 2009). Dunn was a four-year starter at Churchville-Chili High School in New York and brings lots of international experience, as she was selected as the first alternate to the Olympic Development National Camp in 2007. “We are loaded numbers-wise at midfield,” McNamara said. “This gives us a lot of flexibility and depth, which allows us to take advantage of our opponents because of our ability to rotate talent in those areas.” What has been such a strong point for the Skyhawks in past seasons has been the defense, which has been nationally ranked in portions of each of the last two years. However, with just three defenders on the roster heading into

the 2010 season, UT Martin will rely heavily on senior Stephanie Nilica. Nilica is a threeyear letterwinner for the Skyhawks who has appeared in 47 matches in her career, starting in all but four. Nilica, who was named the OVC Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 13 last season, will be joined by junior Kim Boldt and freshman Morgan Brandon. Boldt has played in 10 contests in the last two seasons but appears ready to contribute, while Brandon joins the Skyhawk program from prestigious Farragut High School in Knoxville, where she was a twotime all-district and all-region selection. “It is very clear looking at the roster that we are heavy loaded in the other areas,” McNamara said. “With only one player returning from the starting defensive unit from last year, we will need to be very smart with the defense early in the process. Our extra midfielders will help us cover during the course of the season.” Heading into the fall, McNamara says the starting job at goalkeeper is up for grabs amongst two newcomers to the squad in junior Lauren MacKenzie and freshman Elise Applegate. MacKenzie has allowed an 0.95 Goals Against Average and posted 15 shutouts in the last two seasons under McNamara at Carson-Newman, while Applegate was dominant at Saint Dominic Regional High School in Auburn, Maine, leading her team to the 2009 Maine Mountain Valley Conference championship by posting 10 shutouts in 17 matches. “We are excited about the strength of our goalkeepers,” McNamara said. “We have the perfect setup in a junior and a freshman so we will be really strong the next four years there given the fact that both players are equally as good as the other. It is going to be a challenge early for the starting position.” The Skyhawks play a non-conference schedule that includes teams from six other leagues, and two independent schools. “I think the players and staff are very excited about our schedule,” McNamara said. “With that said, they are excited with a feeling of fear and respect for the quality that we will compete against. This is without question the strongest schedule in the history of our program.” As one of only two seniors and one of only three UT Martin will open defenders on the roster, Stephanie Nilica will take on a its 2010 slate with an Aug. 20 home date against the big leadership role for the Skyhawks in 2010.

Mississippi State Bulldogs of the Southeastern Conference. The Bulldogs went 9-8-2 last season and will be the third SEC opponent to ever visit Skyhawk Field and first since Alabama in 2002 (Ole Miss also came to Martin in 1998). After the home opener, the Skyhawks hit the road for five matches, beginning with a trip to Jonesboro, Ark. to take on the Arkansas State Red Wolves of the Sun Belt Conference on Aug. 22. Five days later, UT Martin will take in-state rival and Atlantic Sun Conference member Lipscomb before traveling to Springfield, Mo. to take on Missouri State, who finished in second place in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 9-6-3 overall record in 2009. The beginning of September is highlighted by a trip to the Golden State, as the Skyhawks will play its third and fourth games in program history in California. The Skyhawks will take on independent Cal State-Bakersfield on Friday, Sept. 3 before traveling to Los Angeles for a showdown with Loyola-Marymount, who went 11-6-2 while competing in the West Coast Conference last season. After three weeks on the road, UT Martin finally will return to Skyhawk Field on Sept. 10 when it takes on the Evansville Purple Aces of the MVC. Two days later, the Skyhawks will take on IPFW of the Summit League at home. UT Martin hits the road again for three matches in one week, traveling to future OVC opponent SIU Edwardsville on Sept. 19. The Skyhawks then open conference play with a pair of road dates at regular-season co-champion Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky. The Skyhawks then have a crucial stretch where they play four of five matches at home from Oct. 1 through Oct. 17, as they host Austin Peay, Jacksonville State, Tennessee Tech and defending OVC Tournament champion Murray State. Sandwiched between Tennessee Tech and Murray State is a match at ArkansasPine Bluff, the defending Southwestern Athletic Conference champions who went 12-7-4 in 2009. To close out the regular season, UT Martin will travel to Eastern Illinois on Oct. 22 and Southeast Missouri on Oct. 24 before the new OVC Tournament format takes place on Nov. 4-7. This season will be the first time that all tournament matches will be featured at the regular-season champion’s site, as previously two quarterfinal matches were played at the highest-seed before the semifinals were held at the host site. “We plan on going into the season knowing the schedule is very difficult,” McNamara said. “It’s a fresh start with the new coaching staff and we will need to come together quickly in order to be successful. We will be young but hopefully extremely motivated to work hard, improve and compete in preparation for our conference schedule.”

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Name Lauren MacKenzie Elise Applegate Stephanie Nilica Hannah McGowen Brooke Robertson Hannah Fessenden Mary Thompson Jenni Duffy Bettina Baer Marissa Wood-Sternburgh Abi Sanvee Michaela Gooden Tori Taylor Kim Boldt Melissa Govea Katie Imperiale Morgan Brandon Rosaelia Loza Emily Crye Kendyl Wilson Sam Dunn

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Junior Freshman Senior Freshman Junior Freshman Freshman Senior Freshman Senior Freshman Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Freshman Junior Sophomore Sophomore Freshman

Hometown (Previous School) Barrie, Ontario (Carson-Newman) Lewiston, Maine (Saint Dominic Regional) St. Louis, Mo. (Ursuline Academy) Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Riverdale) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe South) New Market, Tenn. (Christian Academy) Knoxville, Tenn. (Christian Academy) Middlesbrough, England (East Durham) Zurich, Switzerland (K+S Raemibuehl) Traverse City, Mich. (Traverse City West) Bartlett, Tenn. (Evangelical Christian School) London, England (Louisburg College) Germantown, Tenn. (St. Agnes Academy) Troy, Mich. (Troy) Hendersonville, Tenn. (Hendersonville) St. Louis, Mo. (Incarnate Word Academy) Knoxville, Tenn. (Farragut) Briscoe, NC (Louisburg College) Mason, Ohio (William Mason) Collierville, Tenn. (Collierville) Churchville, NY (Churchville-Chili)

Head Coach: Phil McNamara (King College, 2000), First Season at UT Martin, 11th Season Overall Assistant Coach: Leslie Marcouiller (Carson-Newman College, 2007), First Season at UT Martin

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PLAYER BIOS JENNI DUFFY

#8

Senior • MF • 5-8 Middlesbrough, England East Durham HS

2009: Was one of the team’s most consistent players, starting all 16 matches...Ranked in a tie for second on the squad in scoring with seven points on two goals and a team-leading three assists...Scored her first career goal at Belmont on Aug. 30, and also added a goal against Murray State on Oct. 4...Led the team in shots on goal (19) and was second on the team in shots (33)...Ranked 10th in the Ohio Valley Conference in shots and assists...Was named to the 2009 PUMA Skyhawk Invitational All-Tournament team...Earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-South Honorable Mention All-American honors...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2008: Came back from an early-season injury to appear in 14 matches, starting in eight…Established herself as a mainstay in the Skyhawk lineup late in the season, starting in each of the last five matches…Scored one point, on an assist in a 2-1 win against Tennessee Tech in the Ohio Valley Conference quarterfinals on Nov. 4…Fired a team-high five shots in the OVC championship against Morehead State on Nov. 9...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2007: In her freshman season with the Skyhawks, appeared in all 19 matches, starting 12...Made an immediate impact from her mid-field position, routinely drawing some of the toughest offensive threats from opposing teams. Also contributed to the UT Martin offensive attack from her defender position, as in her first collegiate game against Lipscomb, she picked up the first assist of her career...Later in the season, against Bacone at the PUMA Skyhawk Invitational, Duffy set a new program record with three assists in a single match...All three of Duffy’s assists in the record setting match came in the second half during a stretch of 7:06...Was named to th the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

DUFFY’S CAREER HIGHS

BEFORE UTM: Joined the Skyhawks B fr from East Durham High School and North Riding in Middlesbrough, N England where she was a two-sport E at athlete, also taking part on the netball te team...Helped lead her soccer team to n numerous championships, leading her North Riding team to regional league N ch championships in 2005 and 2006 along with capturing the Memorial Trophy w iin 2004 and 2005...Also in 2004 and 2005, was named the Player’s Player of the Year...Competed in the national 5-a-side tournaments, claiming championships in 2005 and 2006 while also advancing to the championship match in 2006 and 2007...Served as captain of the North Riding County team in 2004 and 2006, leading them to the championship match in 2005, 2006 and 2007 while winning it in 2005...Also played for the Middlesbrough Ladies Club team in 2006 and 2007 along with the Marion Ladies in 2004, 2005 and 2006, leading them to a title at the City Vickson’s Tournament...Captured the Nottingham national championship in the 7-a-side league in 2004 and 2005.

CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH Points .............3 vs. Bacone College (9-14-07) Goals ...1 (twice), last vs. Murray St. (10-4-09) Last GW Goal.......................................... None Shots ... 5 (3 times), last vs. Murray St. (10-4-09) Shots on Goal ... 4 (twice), last vs. EIU (10-31-09) Assists ............3 vs. Bacone College (9-14-07)

PERSONAL: Born Jenni Duffy on Nov. 24, 1986...Daughter of Paul and Janet Duffy...Has one brother, Paul (25)...Ranks fifth all-time in career assists (8) and ranks eighth all-time in career shots (85) at UT Martin...Majoring in physical education and teaching.

DUFFY’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2007 2008 2009 3 years

14

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

19 14 16 49

0 0 2 2

4 1 3 8

4 1 7 12

25 27 33 85

.000 .000 .061 .024

10 9 19 38

.400 .333 .576 .447

0 0 0 0

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PLAYER BIOS STEPHANIE NILICA

#2

Senior • D • 5-9 St. Louis, Mo. Ursuline Academy

2009: Helped anchor UT Martin’s defense, starting in 15 out of 16 contests...Tied for second on the team with seven points on three goals and one assist...Converted two game-winning goals (fifth in the Ohio Valley Conference), against Missouri-Kansas City on Sept. 11 and against Southeast Missouri on Oct. 11...Also added a goal at Jacksonville State on Sept. 27...Went a perfect 2-for-2 on penalty kicks...Placed four of her six shots on goal for an amazing .667 percentage, with exactly half of her shot attempts resulting in goals...Was named OVC Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 13. 2008: Was one of the team’s top defenders before a season-ending injury occurred against Jacksonville State on Oct. 12…Prior to her injury, had started in all 12 matches, collecting three assists…Despite playing in only 12 matches, still tied for the team lead in assists and ranked third in the Ohio Valley Conference in assists per game (0.25) and tied for fourth in total assists…Put together back-to-back matches with an assist on the Skyhawks’ lone goal at Pacific (Sept. 14) and at home against Bethel (Sept. 21). 2007: Appeared in all 19 matches for the Skyhawks, starting 16...Made her first collegiate start in the fourth match of the season, and never surrendered her spot on the field...From her defender position, was part of a Skyhawk defensive front that allowed a program-low 19 goals on the season... Also attempted four shots on the year, connecting on her first collegiate goal in an Ohio Valley Conference match against Eastern Illinois, which had knocked UT Martin out of the OVC Tournament the previous season...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. BEFORE UTM: Prepped at Ursuline Academy in St. Louis, Mo., where she was a twosport athlete, playing soccer and b basketball...Helped lead the Bears NILICA’S CAREER HIGHS to the Missouri state championship match in 2004, where they finished m CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH ru runner-up...Also helped lead Ursuline Points .... 2 (4 times), last at APSU (10-25-09) Academy to a district championship in A Goals ..... 1 (4 times), last at APSU (10-25-09) 2005...For her performance on the field 20 sh she earned first team all-conference Last GW Goal................ vs. SEMO (10-11-09) aaccolades in 2005, 2006 and 2007 Shots ................................7 at SEMO (9-28-08) al along with second team all-conference Shots on Goal ... 1 (11 times), last at APSU (10-25-09) honors in 2004...Was also named the h Assists ...1 (4 times), last vs. Morehead St. (10-18-09) U Ursuline team MVP in 2007...Played for the J.B. Marine club team leading fo it to runner-up finishes at the Missouri state championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007...Then led that same J.B. Marine club team to a Missouri State Championship and U-23 regional title in 2008...Also played in the 2004 Missouri Olympic Development Program...Academically, was a member of the National Honor Society and Hispanic Honors Society. PERSONAL: Born Stephanie Nilica on Nov. 17, 1988...Daughter of Daniel and Christi Nilica... Has two sisters, Nicole (23) and Jamie (16)...Sister Nicole played soccer for Newberry College... Majoring in civil engineering.

NILICA’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2007 2008 2009 3 years

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

19 12 16 47

1 0 3 4

0 3 1 4

2 3 7 12

4 26 6 36

.250 .000 .500 .111

1 6 4 11

.250 .231 .667 .306

0 0 2 2

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PLAYER BIOS MARISSA WOOD-STERNBURGH

#10

Senior • MF • 5-7 Traverse City, Mich. Traverse City West HS

2009: Played in 15 games, making one start at Jacksonville State on Sept. 27...Collected her first career assist on Sept. 11 against Missouri-Kansas City...Played a season-high 32 minutes at Vanderbilt on Sept. 18...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2008: Was granted an NCAA redshirt after missing the entire season due to an injury...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll and was a recipient of the OVC Medal of Honor for her 4.0 grade point average. 2007: Appeared in 17 games for the Skyhawks, starting in one...Made her first collegiate start at the PUMA Skyhawk Invitational against Bacone College, where she also recorded her first collegiate goal...As only a freshman, was one of the first reserves off the bench for the Skyhawks...Attempted 11 shots, putting eight of them on goal for a .727 shots on goal percentage...Logged a season high 71 minutes against Bacone and on four occasions tallied over a half of play as a reserve off the bench...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. BEFORE UTM: Prepped at Traverse City West Senior High School where she was a member of the varsity soccer squad all four years, earning first team all-district and second team all-conference honors as a sophomore...As a junior, served as team captain and earned first-team all-conference and second team all-region honors then a a senior again served as team as WOOD-STERNBURGH’S CAREER HIGHS captain c while claiming first team aall-regional, conference dream CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH te team and state honorable mention Points .............2 vs. Bacone College (9-14-07) aaccolades...Also compiled an Goals ..............1 vs. Bacone College (9-14-07) im impressive club soccer resume, Last GW Goal.......................................... None p playing for the NorthStar ‘87, ‘88 Shots .....2 (5 times), last vs. UMKC (9-11-09) aand ‘89 premier teams, helping Shots on Goal ...2 (twice), last vs. SEMO (10-21-07) le lead her team to championships Assists .......................... 1 vs. UMKC (9-11-09) aat the 2003 Crossroads Cup, 2003 L Lakeshore United Soccerfest, 22003 Regional 6v6 Indoor Championships 2003 Cherryland Invitational, Global Soccer Tournament, 2004 Gothia Cup-Sweden International, 2004 NSR Cup, 2004 Global Soccer Cup, 2004 Michigan State Cup, 2004 Petoskey Invitational, 2004 Saginaw 7-11 Soccer Classic, 2004 Cherryland Invitational, 2004 MSPSP U19 Division League, 2004 Saginaw 7-11 Soccer Classic, 2005 Great Lakes College Showcase, 2005 Iowa College Search Kickoff, 2005 Petoskey Autumn Blast, 2005 Global Soccer Tournament, 2006 Great Lakes College Schowcase and 2007 Germantown Soccer Tournament. PERSONAL: Born Marissa Nicole Wood-Sternburgh on March 22, 1989...Daughter of Shelly Wood and Dennis Sternburgh...Has two brothers, Zachary and twin Garret...Majoring in psychology.

WOOD-STERNBURGH’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2007 2008 2009 2 years

16

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

17 -15 32

1 -0 1

0 -1 1

2 -1 3

11 DNP 5 16

.091 -.000 .063

8 -2 10

.727 -.400 .625

0 -0 0

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PLAYER BIOS KIM BOLDT

#15

Junior • D • 5-8 Troy, Mich. Troy HS

2009: Appeared in seven matches off the bench for the Skyhawks, logging 56 total minutes...Saw double-figure minutes in back-to-back matches - on Sept. 6 vs. Stetson (14 minutes) and MissouriKansas City (23 minutes)...Also saw time in two Ohio Valley Conference matches - Oct. 11 vs. Southeast Missouri and Oct. 25 at Austin Peay. 2008: Came off the bench to see action in three matches, logging a season-high 31 minutes in a 2-1 win over Alabama A&M on Aug. 22…Also appeared in wins over Mississippi Valley State (five minutes) and Bethel (27 minutes)...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. BEFORE UTM: Joined the Skyhawk soccer program from Troy, Mich., where she was a member of the Michigan Football Club... Comes from a very successful Michigan Football Club and helped lead them to a 2007 Michigan State Cup quarterfinals appearance.. Also appeared with her club in the 2006 North American College Showcase, PUMA Region III Championship Invitational and an appearance in the 2006 Michigan State Cup Finals...As a freshman in 2005, led her team to a pair of championships in the Score at the Shore and Henderson Memorial Tournaments along with appearances in the MRL Premier Division and Surf Cup... Also played two years of high school soccer and volleyball before opting out of her junior and senior seasons to focus on the Michigan Football Club team..While a member of the Troy High School team, led the Colts in assists both te BOLDT’S CAREER HIGHS her freshman and sophomore h seasons...Earned the honor of se CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH team captain as only a freshman. te Points ....................................................... None Goals ........................................................ None PERSONAL: Born Kimberley P Last GW Goal.......................................... None Elizabeth Boldt on May 14, 1990... E Shots ......................................................... None D Daughter of John and Jeanne Shots on Goal .......................................... None B Boldt...Has one brother, Benjamin Assists ...................................................... None (22)...Majoring in nutrition. (2

BOLDT’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2008 2009 2 years

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

3 7 10

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

.000 .000 .000

0 0 0

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PLAYER BIOS MELISSA GOVEA

#17

Junior • MF • 5-7 Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS

2009: Was an offensive mainstay for UT Martin, starting in 15 out of 16 matches...Tallied six points on two goals and two assists...Both goals came in back-to-back conference matches, against Morehead State on Oct. 18 and at Austin Peay on Oct. 25...Led the team and ranked seventh in the Ohio Valley Conference in shots (35) and was second on the squad in shots on goal (16)...Was voted as Offensive Player of the Year by her teammates. 2008: Was named to the Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer team, after leading the Skyhawks with 58 shots, 28 of which were on goal…Competed in all 19 matches, starting in 16, including the last 14 matches of the season… Ranked fourth in the OVC in shots and fifth in shots per game (3.05)…Accumulated seven points on three goals and one assist, all of which came in a five-game stretch in midseason…Scored the team’s only goal in a tie at Southeast Missouri on Sept. 28 and assisted on the team’s lone goal in a 1-0 win against Jacksonville State on Oct. 12...Was named Most Valuable Forward by her teammates. BEFORE UTM: Came to the Skyhawks from Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville, Tenn., where she was a two sport athlete, playing both soccer and basketball...Was a standout on the pitch for the Commandos, helping lead them to district and regional championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007...In the 2007 district championship game, she scored two goals and had an assist to lead her team to a 3-2 victory...Earned many accolades aas well, including being named GOVEA’S CAREER HIGHS to the all-district and all-district tournament teams all four years to CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH of her career...Was also named o Points .... 2 (5 times), last at APSU (10-25-09) district MVP, all-mid state, TSCA d Goals ..... 1 (5 times), last at APSU (10-25-09) aand TACA all-state and TSWA Last GW Goal................. vs. APSU (10-25-09) aall-state in 2006 and 2007...Honors Shots ..................7 at Morehead St. (10-19-08) aalso included being named to the Shots on Goal .............. 5 vs. APSU (10-26-08) T Tennessean First Team and the Assists ...1 (3 times), last vs. SEMO (10-11-09) All-Sumner County Player of the A Year in 2007. Y PERSONAL: Born Melissa Lynn Govea on March 6, 1990...Daughter of Milton and Lonnie Govea...Has two brothers, Michael (26) and Mark (25)...Ranks seventh alltime in career shots (93) at UT Martin...Majoring in physical education.

GOVEA’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2008 2009 2 years

18

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

19 16 35

3 2 5

1 2 3

7 6 13

58 35 93

.052 .057 .054

28 16 44

.483 .457 .473

0 1 1

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PLAYER BIOS KATIE IMPERIALE

#18

Junior • F • 5-7 St. Louis, Mo. Incarnate Word Academy

2009: Started in 13 out of 16 matches, including all but one Ohio Valley Conference match...Scored one goal (Sept. 11 vs. Missouri-Kansas City) and recorded her first career assist (Oct. 18 vs. Morehead State)...Logged a season-best 84 minutes in the Skyhawks’ OVC title-clinching match at Eastern Illinois on Oct. 31. 2008: Played in all 19 matches, starting in 10…Was named Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending Aug. 26…Along with teammate Brooke Robertson, led the OVC with four game-winning goals…Her four goals were a co-team-high and her eight points were the second-highest total on the team… Also ranked second on the team in shots on goal (20) and was first among the regulars in shots on goal percentage (.667)...Came up with the team’s only goal in OVC wins against Eastern Illinois and Jacksonville State...Her four game-winning goals rank tied for fourth all-time in UT Martin program history. BEFORE UTM: Joined the Skyhawks from one of Missouri’s top programs at Incarnate Word Academy in St. Louis...Incarnate Word is a small school that plays up in the large school division in St. Louis but has still claimed the district championship every year since the program’s inception over 20 years ago in addition to eight state championships...Helped continue that tradition during her four years as a member of the Red Knights, including an appearance in the in IMPERIALE’S CAREER HIGHS Missouri State Finals in 2007 and M 22008, claiming the 2008 Missouri CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH State Championship...Also had S Points ...2 (5 times), last vs. UMKC (9-11-09) a successful club career with the Goals ....1 (5 times), last vs. UMKC (9-11-09) Missouri Premiere, helping them M Last GW Goal...vs. Jacksonville St. (10-12-08) aachieve a rank in the national Shots ...............5 vs. Miss. Valley St. (8-31-08) to top-25...Helped lead the Missouri Shots on Goal ...4 vs. Miss. Valley St. (8-31-08) P Premiere to the Missouri State Assists ............. 1 vs. Morehead St. (10-18-09) Cup finals in 2005, 2006 and C 22007 along with the 2007 finals of the Dallas Cup and Atlanta Cup...Led the Missouri Premiere to the championship at the 2007 Orange Cup along with back-to-back titles at the Best of the Midwest tournament...As a member of the Missouri Premiere, was voted the most dedicated among her teammates. PERSONAL: Born Kathryn Imperiale on Sept. 12, 1989...Daughter of Rich and Karen Imperiale...Has two siblings, Maggie (19) and Timmy (14)...Ranks fifth all-time in career game-winning goals (4) in UT Martin history...Majoring in nutrition.

IMPERIALE’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2008 2009 2 years

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

19 16 35

4 1 5

0 1 1

8 3 11

30 16 46

.133 .062 .109

20 6 26

.667 .375 .565

4 0 4

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PLAYER BIOS BROOKE ROBERTSON

#5

Junior • MF • 5-5 Olathe, Kan. Olathe South HS

2009: Became just the ninth player in program history to earn All-Ohio Valley Conference first team honors, starting 14 out of 16 matches...Reeled off three straight conference matches with a goal Sept. 27 at Jacksonville State, Oct. 4 vs. Murray State and and Oct. 11 vs. Southeast Missouri...Her Jacksonville state and Murray State goals were game-winners, as she ranked fifth in the OVC in that category... Was named to the 2009 PUMA Skyhawk Invitational All-Tournament team...After attempting just one shot in her first six matches, attempted 18 over the last 10 matches...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2008: Saw time in 18 matches, starting in four, including every OVC Tournament match…Along with teammate Katie Imperiale, led the Ohio Valley Conference with four game-winning goals…Also contributed one assist, leading the team with nine points… Collected the team’s only goal in wins at Pacific and against Tennessee Tech, and was also credited with the game-winner in the OVC quarterfinals against Tennessee Tech…Had a three-point game against SIU Edwardsville, scoring the game-winning goal and tallying an assist in a 4-1 win on Sept. 5... Her four game-winning goals rank tied for fourth all-time in UT Martin program history...Was named Most Improved Player by her teammates...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. BEFORE UTM: Joined the Skyhawk soccer program from Olathe South High School in Olathe, Kan....While at Olathe High, was a two-year member H ROBERTSON’S CAREER HIGHS of the varsity soccer squad and o MVP of the junior varsity team in M CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH 22006, while helping lead them to Points ...........3 vs. SIU Edwardsville (9-5-08) a state championship...Also had a Goals ...1 (7 times), last vs. SEMO (10-11-09) very impressive club career with v Last GW Goal.........vs. Murray St. (10-04-09) the Blue Valley Stars from 2002th Shots ....4 (2 times), last vs. SEMO (10-11-09) 22008, helping lead her squad to Shots on Goal ...3 at Jacksonville St. (9-27-09) fo four club championships across Assists ..........1 vs. SIU Edwardsville (9-5-08) the country including the 2006 th Metro United Championships and M Kansas City Invitational, along with the 2005 Illinois Powerhouse Tournament and 2004 Tournament in the Woods in Kansas City, Mo....Also led her club to semi-final or finals appearances in five other tournaments across the country and also competed in the 2000 Kansas Olympic Development Camp. PERSONAL: Born Lauren Brooke Robertson on Dec. 5, 1989...Daughter of Tony and Judy Robertson...Has two sisters, Tara (25) and Paige (22)...Ranks second all-time in career game-winning goals (6) in UT Martin history...Majoring in pre-med/biology.

ROBERTSON’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2008 2009 2 years

20

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

18 16 34

4 3 7

1 0 1

9 6 15

17 19 36

.235 .158 .194

8 9 17

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PLAYER BIOS TORI TAYLOR

#14

Junior • F • 5-9 Germantown, Tenn. St. Agnes Academy

2009: Saw limited time due to an injury, playing in seven matches and starting in one (Sept. 6 vs. Stetson)...Scored a goal on Sept. 11 vs. Missouri-Kansas City...Was named to the 2009 PUMA Skyhawk Invitational All-Tournament team...Played 40+ minutes in four straight matches in early/ mid-September...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2008: Came off the bench to appear in 18 matches, accumulating three points on one goal and one assist…Had a direct impact on two Skyhawk victories, scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win over Mississippi Valley State on Aug. 31 and assisting on the game-winning goal against Eastern Illinois on Sept. 26…Logged 50+ minutes in three matches, including a career-high 55 against SIU Edwardsville on Sept. 5...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. BEFORE UTM: Joined the Skyhawks from St. Agnes Academy in Memphis, Tenn., and the Germantown Fury Premiere Soccer Club...Was a two-sport athlete for St. Agnes, playing soccer while also competing on the track team, also serving as team captain for both squads... Helped lead the soccer team to a Tennessee state championship in 2006 in addition to a ranking of No. 3 in the national polls, while also collecting four consecutive regional crowns...Was named to both the 2007 TNSCA and TACA all-state teams, in addition to the Division II AA West all-region and all-tournament teams...Was also tabbed as one of the Best of the Preps by the Commercial Appeal...Also received the St. Agnes leading scorer award aand was named the St. Agnes TAYLOR’S CAREER HIGHS Athlete of the Year in 2007... Was A aalso a standout on the St. Agnes CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH Academy track team, competing A Points ......2 (twice), last vs. UMKC (9-11-09) in the pentathlon, 4x200 relay, Goals .......1 (twice), last vs. UMKC (9-11-09) high jump, long jump and 100m h Last GW Goal...vs. Miss. Valley St. (8-31-08) hurdles...Set new school records h Shots ...........................3 vs. Belmont (8-29-08) in both the pentathlon and 100 Shots on Goal ...1 (6 times), last at Jax St. (9-27-09) m meter hurdles while qualifying Assists ............ 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (9-26-08) for the Tennessee State Track and fo Field meets in all four years of her F high school career...Her accomplishments earned her many accolades including St. Agnes Freshman of the Year in 2005, team MVP in 2006 and 2007, all-region selections along with a spot on the Commercial Appeals Best of the Preps list in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. PERSONAL: Born Victoria Renee’ Taylor on Aug. 29, 1990...Daughter of Ric and Angie Taylor and Linda and John Romeo...Has three siblings, Nelson Taylor (24), Diana Romeo (24) and Alexis Taylor (11)...Majoring in chemistry

TAYLOR’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2008 2009 2 years

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

18 7 25

1 1 2

1 0 1

3 2 5

11 6 17

.091 .167 .118

4 2 6

.364 .333 .353

1 0 1

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PLAYER BIOS EMILY CRYE

#22

Sophomore • F • 5-5 Mason, Ohio William Mason HS

2009: Was one of the most pleasant surprises of the season, appearing in 13 games off the bench...Logged 176 minutes, including a career-high 35 at Tennessee Tech on Sept. 25... Tallied double-digit matches on seven occasions, six of which were Ohio Valley Conference matches...Put three of her four shot attempts on goal...Was named Most Improved Player by her teammates...Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll. BEFORE UTM: Prepped for coach Katie Barnes at William Mason High School, where she led the Comets to a Greater Miami Conference championship in 2008 and a Fort Ancient Valley Conference championship in 2006…Was a member of the Ohio Elite Soccer Academy club team that was coached by Nick Fhlore and Keri Thoman, where she helped the team reach the OSYSA state cup quarterfinals in 2008. PERSONAL: Born Emily Ruth Ann Crye on April 12, 1991…Daughter of Billy and Cheryl Smiddy and Brad and Cheryl Crye…Has four siblings, Todd (24), Natalie (22), Nicole (21) and Katie Beth (10)…Majoring in business.

CRYE’S CAREER HIGHS CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH Points ....................................................... None Goals ........................................................ None Last GW Goal.......................................... None Shots ...1 (4 times), last vs. Morehead St. (10-18-09) Shots on Goal ...1 (3 times), last vs. Morehead St. (10-18-09) Assists ...................................................... None

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GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

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0 0

0 0

0 0

4 4

.000 .000

3 3

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PLAYER BIOS KENDYL WILSON

#23

Sophomore • F • 5-6 Collierville, Tenn. Collierville HS

2009: Emerged as one of the best offensive players on the team, earning All-Ohio Valley Conference second team and All-Newcomer honors after starting all 16 games from the forward spot...Led the team in scoring with nine points on four goals and one assist...Her three game-winning goals ranked third in the OVC...Her game-winning goal 60 seconds into the season-opening match against Lipscomb on Aug. 28 was the third-quickest goal to begin a match in program history...Also scored two goals (including the game-winner) against Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 16 and the game-winning goal at Eastern Illinois in the OVC championship-clinching victory on Oct. 31...Earned her first career assist on Sept. 20 against SIU Edwardsville... Was named Newcomer of the Year by her teammates. BEFORE UTM: Attended Collierville High School in Collierville, Tenn., where she lettered under coach Bill Gillespie... Led Collierville to divisional, sectional, and regional championships, and helped the team to TSSAA state finalist berths in 2006 and 2007...Was named to the All-Metro Best of Preps list and was also named MVP of the Ohio Showcase...Was a member of the 91 Lady Lobos club team which competed amongst the nation’s finest players in tournaments throughout the country.

WILSON’S CAREER HIGHS

PERSONAL: Born Kendyl P Linsey Wilson on Jan. 3, 1991... L Daughter of Andy and Brenda D Wilson...Has three siblings, W Kali (22), Kelsi (21), and Blake K (1 (18)...Majoring in nursing.

CATEGORY........................ CAREER-HIGH Points ...... 4 vs. Eastern Kentucky (10-16-09) Goals ....... 2 vs. Eastern Kentucky (10-16-09) Last GW Goal...........vs. E. Illinois (10-31-09) Shots .................... 4 at Austin Peay (10-25-09) Shots on Goal ...2 (4 times), last vs. EIU (10-31-09) Assists ........1 vs. SIU Edwardsville (9-20-09)

WILSON’S CAREER STATS SEASON 2009 1 year

GP

G

A

PTS

SHOTS

SHOT%

SOG

SOG%

GW

16 16

4 4

1 1

9 9

21 21

.190 .190

11 11

.524 .524

3 3

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PLAYER BIOS MICHAELA GOODEN Junior • MF • 5-5 London, England Louisburg College

#12

BEFORE UTM: Joins the UT Martin program from Louisburg College in Louisburg, NC, where she played with current Skyhawk teammate Rosa Loza...Played two seasons under head coaches Adam Reekie and Andy Stokes at Louisburg, where she was a National Junior College Athletic Association Honorable Mention All-American in 2008...Was named Region 10 Player of the Year in 2008, when the Lady Hurricanes were the Region 10 runner-up after posting a 15-3 record...Named first-team All-Region in 2008 and was also named Player of the Year by her teammates...Scored 25 points on 10 goals and five assists as a freshman, and followed that up with 28 points on eight goals and 12 assists as a sophomore...Her 28 points as a sophomore ranked second in Region 10 behind Loza...Before Louisburg College, she attended Elliott Secondary School in London. PERSONAL: Born Michaela Gooden on Feb. 27, 1989...Daughter of Angela and Dean Gooden...Has three siblings, Cameron (13), Eddie (10) and Harvey (7)...Majoring in marketing.

ROSAELIA LOZA Junior • F • 5-8 Briscoe, NC Louisburg College

#20

BEFORE UTM: Is the first North Carolina native to play for the UT Martin soccer team, as she joins the team from Louisburg College in Louisburg, NC - where she played with current Skyhawk teammate Michaela Gooden...Played two seasons under head coaches Adam Reekie and Andy Stokes at Louisburg, where she led the Lady Hurricanes to a 15-3 record and Region 10 runner-up finish in 2008...Was an All-American nominee and a first team All-Region 10 selection in 2008, when she lead led the team in scoring as a freshman with 50 points (22 goals, six assists)...Was voted Offensive Player of the Year by her teammates...Once again led the Lady Hurricanes in scoring as a sophomore in 2009, accumulating 60 points on 26 goals and eight assists...Her 60 points in 2009 led all of Region 10...Prior to Louisburg, she attended East Montgomery High School in Briscoe, NC, where she helped the Eagles win the conference title as a senior playing under head coach Chris Tadlock...Was named Yadkin Valley All-Conference Player of the Year as a senior and sophomore and was a threetime all-conference player, wrapping up her career with scoring records for most goals in a season (47) and career (109). PERSONAL: Born Rosaelia Loza on Jan. 9, 1990...Daughter of Bruna and Catalino Loza...Has five siblings, Hortencia, Gracelia, Adela, Noel and Rafael...Majoring in nutrition/dietetics.

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PLAYER BIOS LAUREN MACKENZIE Junior • GK • 5-8 Barrie, Ontario Carson-Newman College

#00

BEFORE UTM: Joins the Skyhawks from Division-II Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn., where she played under current Skyhawk head coach Phil McNamara for two seasons... Allowed an overall 0.95 Goals Against Average and posted 15 shutouts at CarsonNewman, where she was part of two South Atlantic Conference championship teams...As a freshman, was named to the All-SAC first-team and was the league’s Freshman of the Year...Started in 19 matches, allowing 19 goals in 1490:37 for a GAA of 1.15...Posted six shutouts and made 81 saves, including a season-high 13 saves at Lee University on Oct. 24, 2008...As a sophomore in 2009, she appeared in 23 matches (starting 20), allowing 17 goals in 1931:01 in goal for a GAA of 0.79...Made 77 saves and tallied nine shutouts for a team that set a school record for victories (20)...Before playing at Carson-Newman, she prepped at Eastview Secondary School in Barrie, Ontario, where she was named Athlete of the Year during her senior season. PERSONAL: Born Lauren MacKenzie on June 14, 1990...Daughter of Pauline Hickling and Darryl MacKenzie...Has two siblings, Corey (23) and Ryann (10)...Major is undecided.

ELISE APPLEGATE Freshman • GK • 5-8 Lewiston, Maine Saint Dominic Regional HS

#0

BEFORE UTM: Is the first-ever Maine native to play for the UT Martin soccer squad, as she comes to the Skyhawks from Saint Dominic Regional High School in Auburn, Maine... Played under head coach Kathy Little at Saint Dominic, where she led the Saints to a Mountain Valley Conference championship in 2009 and Coastal Challenge championships in back-to-back years (2008-09)...Was a four-year varsity starter at goalkeeper, as she set the school record for most shutouts in a regular season (10 in 17 matches)...Was a Maine state all-conference team member as a freshman, a Maine state all-star selection as a sophomore, and a Mountain Valley Conference first team all-star during her senior campaign...Was also a four-year Maine premiere team starting goalkeeper, as well as the starter for the Portland Phoenix U17 Super Y team and the Portland Phoenix U20 Super Y team...Was named to the 2009-10 Super Y-League ODP national select pool and also played in England over the summer of her sophomore year...Also played point guard for the basketball team at Saint Dominic under coach Paul Rheume. PERSONAL: Born Elise Applegate on Oct. 16, 1991...Daughter of Paul and Susan Applegate...Has two siblings, Krysten (21) and Thomas (16)…Major is undecided.

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PLAYER BIOS BETTINA BAER Freshman • F • 5-7 Zurich, Switzerland K+S Raemibuehl School

#9

BEFORE UTM: Is the first Switzerland native to play for the UT Martin soccer team, as she prepped at K+S Raemibuehl School in Zurich...Played striker and midfield for the Zurich Fraven Football Club under head coach Susanne Aubler...Led Fraven FC to Swiss championships in 2008 and 2009 and was on the roster of the Swiss U17, U19 and U20 national team...Also competed in the prestigious women’s champions league, playing against Linkoping FC in 2009 and traveling to Sarajevo and France in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL: Born Bettina Baer on Aug. 25, 1990...Daughter of Silvia and Daniel Baer...Has two siblings, Andreas (25) and Anja (23)…Major is undecided.

MORGAN BRANDON Freshman • D • 5-2 Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut HS

#19

BEFORE UTM: Joins the Skyhawks from the prestigious Farragut High School program in Knoxville, where she played forward and defender for head coach Dennis Lindsay...Was an all-district and all-region selection for the Lady Admirals in 2008 and 2009...Was one of three captains on the squad her senior year...In Brandon’s four years at Farragut, the team was consistently ranked amongst the state’s top-10 programs...Had a four-goal game as a junior against McMinn County...Also ran track at Farragut, competing in the long jump, 100 meter run, 4x100 and 4x200 relays for head coach Chelsea Jacobs. PERSONAL: Born Morgan Brandon on July 22, 1992...Daughter of Michael Brandon...Has two siblings, Whitney Brandon (21) and Aubrey St. John (10)...Majoring in education.

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PLAYER BIOS SAM DUNN Freshman • MF • 5-8 Churchville, NY Churchville-Chili HS

#25

BEFORE UTM: Is the first native of the state of New York to ever suit up for the Skyhawk soccer program, joining the team from Churchville-Chili High School in Churchville, NY...At CCHS, she was a five-year varsity letterwinner under coach Nancy Thornton...A four-year starter, she was named captain of the team her junior and senior seasons and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player last season...As a freshman, she was named the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player as she led the Saints to a Monroe County Division-I league championship in 2006...She was named All-County for three consecutive seasons and was an All-Greater Rochester honorable mention selection in 2009...A three-year letterwinner in track at CCHS, she was an honor roll student with a 3.9 Grade Point Average...In club soccer, Dunn played for the Syracuse Surge Football Club G-Elite team from 2006 through 2009, and on the Empire United Elite club team in 2010...With the Syracuse Surge, she was part of only eight teams to play in the US Youth Soccer National League in 2007-2008...The team was ranked fourth in Region I and 20th in the entire nation in 2007, the same year the Surge played in the Final Four tournament of the Region 1 league...She also brings a wealth of national experience to the Skyhawks, as she played for the New York West Olympic Development team from 2004 through 2009...Was also a Region I pool player in 2007 and that same year was selected as the first alternate to the Olympic Development National Camp. PERSONAL: Born Samantha Dunn on April 13, 1992...Daughter of Stephen and Joanne Dunn...Has one brother, Stephen, Jr. (20)... Brother played football at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for two years…Majoring in pre-medicine.

HANNAH FESSENDEN Freshman • MF • 5-4 New Market, Tenn. Christian Academy

#6

BEFORE UTM: Enters the UT Martin soccer program from Christian Academy in Knoxville, where she played for head coach Ried Estus and was teammates with fellow Skyhawk freshman Mary Thompson...Was voted Most Valuable Player for the Warriors, as the powerhouse program won state championships in 2006, 2008 and 2009...Played club soccer for the ‘92 FC Alliance, winning D-I state championships in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010...Alliance also won Premier Leagye championships in 2007 and 2010, was a Region III qualifier in every year from 2005-10 and was a Region III quarterfinalist in 2009...Graduated Summa Cum Laude after making the Honor Roll all four years, also winning the team Silver Academic Award...Also played volleyball at Christian Academy. PERSONAL: Born Hannah Fessenden on March 16, 1992...Daughter of Chris and Denise Fessenden and Sarah Lawson... Has two siblings, Matt (22) and Madison (1)...Father Chris played tennis at UT Martin and is a 1983 graduate...Grandfather played football and baseball at Maryville College…Majoring in physical therapy.

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PLAYER BIOS HANNAH MCGOWEN Freshman • MF • 5-9 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Riverdale HS

#3

BEFORE UTM: Was as an all-state performer for coach Ali Arman at Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro...A two-time Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Class AAA all-state midfielder, she scored 86 goals and added 73 assists in her four-year career, leading the Warriors to three state quarterfinal appearances and one state sectional appearance...Riverdale compiled a dominating 58-22-3 record in her four seasons, leading to numerous all-district, all-area and all-midstate accolades...She saved her best effort for the state’s biggest competition, as she scored two goals to lead the East to a 4-1 win over the West in the Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association/Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association all-star game at Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville...A Foot Locker All-South cross country participant and two-time Rutherford County cross country champion, she also excelled in the classroom - sporting a 3.9 Grade Point Average. PERSONAL: Born Hannah McGowen on Aug. 6, 1992...Daughter of Terry and Renee’ McGowen...Has one brother, Cameron (12)…Majoring in elementary education.

ABI SANVEE Freshman • F • 5-4 Bartlett, Tenn. Evangelical Christian School

#11

BEFORE UTM: Was a 2009 TSWA Division II all-state forward at Evangelical Christian School in Cordova, prepping under coach Alexis Denney...Was a TSWA Division II allstate forward in 2008 and was a two-time finalist for the Memphis Commercial Appeal’s “Best of the Preps” award and earned a spot on the newspapers’ All-Private Schools team as a junior and senior...As a junior, she scored 14 goals and had 10 assists to lead the Lady Eagles to the Division II-AA regular season title championship and a runner-up finish in the Division II-AA West Region tournament...Continued her fine prep career with 24 goals and 12 assists during her senior season at ECS, helping the Lady Eagles to the Division II-A West Region title...Led the Lady Eagles earned a state runner-up finish in 2009, falling 2-1 to St. George’s in an all-Memphis state championship match...Also played point guard on the basketball team, earning second team all-region honors in 2008. PERSONAL: Born Abiose Sanvee on Feb. 2, 1992...Daughter of Ropo Sanvee...Has one sibling, Lia (2)…Majoring in nursing.

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PLAYER BIOS MARY THOMPSON Freshman • MF • 5-7 Knoxville, Tenn. Christian Academy

#7

BEFORE UTM: Joins the Skyhawks from perennial powerhouse Christian Academy in Knoxville, where she played outside midfield for head coach Ried Estus and was teammates with fellow UT Martin freshman Hannah Fessenden...Was named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Class A/AA all-state soccer team in 2009...Led the Warriors to state championships in 2006, 2008 and 2009...Lettered all four years at Christian Academy and was an all-district and all-region selection in 2008 and 2009...Also was a standout track star at Christian Academy, running 400 and 800 meters, and 4x800 and 4x400 relays for head coach Jere Margene...Was a two-time state track champion in the 4x800 (2006-07) and was also a state champion in the 800 meter in 2009. PERSONAL: Born Mary Thompson on March 28, 1992...Daughter of Cathy and Derry Thompson...Has three siblings, Dean (22), Julie (20) and Stevie (11)...Sister Julie is a sophomore midfielder at fellow Ohio Valley Conference school Tennessee Tech…Major is undecided.

2010 SQUAD BREAKDOWN By State/Country: Tennessee: 8 England: 2 Michigan: 2 Missouri: 2 Canada: 1 Kansas: 1 Maine: 1 New York: 1 North Carolina: 1 Ohio: 1 Switzerland: 1 Tallest Player: Nilica/McGowen/Taylor (5-9) Shortest Player: Brandon (5-2) Average Player Height: 5-6.7

By Class: Seniors: 3 Juniors: 8 Sophomores: 2 Freshmen: 8 By Position: Goalkeepers: 2 Defenders: 3 Midfielders: 9 Forwards: 7 Oldest Player: Duffy (Nov. 24, 1986) Youngest Player: McGowen (Aug. 6, 1992) In-Season Birthdays: Baer (Aug. 25) Taylor (Aug. 29) Imperiale (Sept. 12) Applegate (Oct. 16)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER NAME

HOMETOWN

Nikki Ammons Ashley Angerer Elise Applegate Mandy Arledge Kelli Armstrong Bettina Baer Sarah Barnes Sarah Bedell Katie Behrens Sarah Beyer Carey Black Kim Boldt Shelley Brock Morgan Brandon Aubrey Buehler Jamie Bullington Amanda Cadell Emily Cairncross Rachel Callahan Kennisha Cann Jane Carroll Ashley Cedars Lindsey Clark Allie Cofer Paige Coleman Paula Comerlato Annie Cook Lauren Cook Sophie Cox Emily Crye Lisa de la Mothe Nuala Deans Danielle deGuzman Megan Dempsey Mary Ann Dodson Jenni Duy Sam Dunn Beth Ann Durrett Andrea Enevoldsen Jennifer Ermey Caitlin Farrow Hannah Fessenden Angela Fiddler Leslie Fischer Tabitha Fishburn Kelly Flannery Jamie Furstenberg Kristina Goldstine Michaela Gooden Melissa Govea Mary Graziano Kyla Green Lauren Greer Joanna Gomez Barbara Harman Katie Hausauer Hillary Hitz Kimberley Hood Sabrina Humphries Jessica Hunt Ginger Hutchison Kelly Ann Hutchinson Katie Imperiale Brandi Irwin Amy Iwanicki Katie Jackson Sarah Jett Kristine Jones Erin Jordan Meghann Jordan Kindal Keim

Burns, Tenn. Daneville, Calif. Lewiston, Maine Clinton, Miss. St. Peters, Mo. Zurich, Switzerland Weatherford, Okla. Nashville, Tenn. Sioux Falls, S.D. Columbia, Tenn. Smyrna, Tenn. Troy, Mich. Dickson, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Waukesha, Wis. Dickson, Tenn. Hazelwood, Mo. London, Ontario Versailles, Ky. Chattanooga, Tenn. Cottontown, Tenn. Monroe, Ga. Maryville, Tenn. Edmond, Okla. Memphis, Tenn. Germantown, Tenn. Wichita, Kan. Columbia, Tenn. Rolla, Mo. Mason, Ohio Halifax, Nova Scotia Edinburgh, Scotland Anchorage, Alaska Columbia, Tenn. Athens, Tenn. Middlesbrough, England Churchville, NY Clarksville, Tenn. Dickson, Tenn. Wichita, Kan. Guelph, Ontario Sevierville, Tenn. Lexington, Tenn. Fairview, Tenn. Gallatin, Tenn. Thompson Station, Tenn. Traverse City, Mich. Sioux Falls, S.D. London, England Hendersonville, Tenn. Farragut, Tenn. Bartlett, Tenn. Dickson, Tenn. Clarksville, Tenn. Springfield, Va. Clarksville, Tenn. Anchorage, Alaska Greeneville, Tenn. Edmond, Okla. Hendersonville, Tenn. Clinton, Miss. Ontario, Canada St. Louis, Mo. Bon Aqua, Tenn. Alberta, Canada Franklin, Tenn. Conyers, Ga. Louisville, Ky. Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville, Tenn. Mustang, Okla.

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YEARS 1998-2000 2007-2008 2010-present 1998-1999 1999 2010-present 2002 2004-2007 2004-2007 1998 2006 2008-present 1998 2010-present 2009 1998 1999-2001 2001-2002 2001-2004 1998-1999 1999-2000 2003 1998-1999 2005 1999 2004-2006 2003-2004 2002 2006-09 2009-present 1998-2000 2007-09 2008-09 2002-2005 2000 2007-present 2010-present 1998-2000 2004 2003-2004 2006 2010-present 2003 1999 2002-2003 2006 2006-09 2005-2008 2010-present 2008-present 2001 1998 2001 2002-2004 2000 2002-2005 2009 2004-2005 2005 2008-09 1998-2000 2008-09 2008-present 1998-1999 2009 2002-2005 2008 1998 2005-2007 2001-2004 2003-2005

NAME

HOMETOWN

Sarah Keller Nikki Keltz Lindsey Kennetz Jody Kiers Amy King Stephanie Krush Lydia Lloyd Devan Lowe Rosaelia Loza Joanna Maas Lauren MacKenzie Carrie Marcus Amanda Matthews Frankie Maynard Hannah McGowen Linnsie McMahan Meghan McMullen Holly McNamara Jessica Metcalf Carrie Miller Emily Miller Melanie Miller Corey Montgomery Christina Moore Dani Myrick Kristen Nichols Stephanie Nilica Christina Norton Jamie Ohlheiser Ginger Parson Rachel Piper Jamie Price Lindsey Randolph Johanna Rathbun Tavi Renier Brooke Robertson Paige Robinson Danielle Rogers Amy Rook Audrey Russell Alissa Ruud Paula Sanematsu Abi Sanvee Caryn Scheufler Sarah Sharp Jamie Shaw Sarah Singleton Caitlin Smith Mary Steel Audrey Stone Kendall Straessle Rosemary Strasser Cara Sullivan Tori Taylor Kim Thompson Mary Thompson Lindsey Tilk Nicole Tobin Kitty Trent Alex Van Sise Morgan Walley Jordan Warnement Sherrie Weeks Shannon Wessels Devra Whitney Tessa Williams Holly Wilson Kendyl Wilson Alex Windell Marissa Wood-Sternburgh Julie Zbozien

Germantown, Tenn. Bartlett, Tenn. Cordova, Tenn. Wainfleet, Ontario Germantown, Tenn. Oakville, Ontartio Memphis, Tenn. Overland Park, Kan. Briscoe, NC Frankfort, Ill. Barrie, Ontario Maryville, Tenn. Paris, Tenn. Smyrna, Tenn. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Fenton, Mo. Hendersonville, Tenn. Lake Worth, Fla. Jackson, Tenn. Fort Dodge, Iowa Collierville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Hendersonville, Tenn. Germantown, Tenn. Midwest City, Okla. Orange, Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Martin, Tenn. Oklahoma City, Okla. The Colony, Texas Hendersonville, Tenn. Germantown, Tenn. Soddy Daisy, Tenn. Bedford, Texas Tucson, Ariz. Olathe, Kan. Florissant, Mo. Orland Park, Ill. Lakeland, Tenn. Hixson, Tenn. Moline, Ill. Sao Paulo, Brazil Bartlett, Tenn. Carrolton, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Wayne, Ill. Franklin, Tenn. St. Charles, Mo. Jackson, Tenn. Cordova, Tenn. Lake Zurich, Ill. Chapel Hill, Tenn. Orland Park, Ill. Germantown, Tenn. Clinton, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Edmond, Okla. Bothell, Wash. Norman, Okla. Nashville, Tenn. Jackson, Tenn. Diablo, Calif. Vernon, B.C. Thompson Station, Tenn. Millington, Tenn. Franklin, Tenn. Franklin, Tenn. Collierville, Tenn. Bristol, England Traverse City, Mich. Dickson, Tenn.

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2009 SEASON RECAP SKYHAWKS SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS BY BRINGING HOME PROGRAM’S FIRST-EVER OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE TITLE One of the goals set forth by any collegiate soccer team before the season begins is to capture a conference championship. For The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team, that was simply one of the goals the Skyhawks checked off their list in 2009. With a 1-0 win against Eastern Illinois on Halloween, the Skyhawks celebrated their first-ever Ohio Valley Conference championship – culminating a remarkable final season in head coach Craig Roberts’ tenure. When Roberts took the helm of the UT Martin soccer program just weeks before the 2006 season, he was taking over a team that was coming off an eighth-place finish in the OVC. Roberts led that team to an OVC Tournament appearance. With that first year under his belt, he set the foundation for UT Martin to emerge as one of the top teams in the OVC ever since. The next season, the Skyhawks won their first-ever OVC Tournament match, advancing to the OVC semifinals for the first time in program history. Along the way, UT Martin also set a new program benchmark for wins in a season, winning 10 matches. In 2008, the Skyhawks were just as good, matching the school-record 10 wins they had set the previous season. Not losing back-to-back matches all season, the Skyhawks came together as a unit and reached the OVC Tournament championship match for the first time in program history. The gradual improvement shown by the Skyhawk soccer program

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paved the way for another first in the 12-year history of UT Martin soccer in 2009 – a conference title. After being chosen second in the OVC preseason polls – the highest they had ever been picked – the Skyhawks peaked around midseason and entered the OVC Tournament winning six of its last seven matches. The Skyhawks broke or tied eight school records, including conference wins (six), winning percentage in conference matches (.750) and longest single-season home winning streak (six). UT Martin also matched the best home start to any season by beginning the year 6-0-0, and ended the season with the highest singleseason home winning percentage (.857). The Skyhawks ranked as high as No. 20 in the NCAA Division-I statistical rankings in Goals Against Average, and had six players earn four All-OVC mentions, with two first-team honorees (Danielle Rogers, Brooke Robertson), one second team mention (Kendyl Wilson) and two All-OVC Newcomers (Wilson and Aubrey Buehler). The Skyhawks also boasted two players on the OVC AllTournament team in seniors Sophie Cox and Nuala Deans. One of the six all-conference performers – Rogers – earned the program’s first-ever OVC Defensive Player of the Year award and became just the second player in program history to become a two-time AllOVC first-team honoree. Proving the balance and depth of the team, the Skyhawks also tied

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After leading the team in scoring as a freshman in 2008, Brooke Robertson put together another outstanding season, scoring in three straight Ohio Valley Conference matches en route to earning All-OVC first team honors. a program record with five OVC Players of the Week in 2009, matching the total from 2008. All in all, 16 of the 25 UT Martin players who have been named OVC Player of the Week have come under Roberts. While the Skyhawks have gotten the job done on the pitch – they have broken or tied 34 school records in the last four season – they also have not slouched in the classroom, consistently


2009 SEASON RECAP ranking amongst the top of the OVC. After averaging 9.3 players on the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll per year through the program’s first eight years, the Skyhawks have placed 41 players on the list in the last three years, for an average of 13.7 players per year. Included in that list are three players who earned an OVC Medal of Honor for their 4.0 Grade Point Average. Winning 29 matches over the last three seasons – the same amount the program produced in its first seven years of existence – the Skyhawks relied on their trademark defense in 2009. On Sept. 11, the UT Martin defense held Missouri-Kansas City without a single shot attempt – the first time in program history that had happened. For the season, the Skyhawk defense allowed only 13 goals in 16 matches, which was just one shy of the all-time program low for goals allowed in a single-season, and collected eight shutouts, which tied a school record. The offense also took care of its part in 2009, as 13 different players scored

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS Team Morehead State# UT Martin# Murray State$ Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State Austin Peay SIU Edwardsville*

OVC 5-0-3 6-2-0 5-2-1 3-3-2 3-3-2 2-3-3 2-3-3 2-6-0 0-6-2 ---

Pct. .812 .750 .688 .500 .500 .438 .438 .250 .125 ---

Pts. 18 18 16 11 11 9 9 6 2 ---

Overall 8-7-4 9-7-0 11-9-2 7-12-3 7-8-5 5-11-3 8-7-3 8-10-0 1-13-4 3-10-2

Pct. .526 .562 .545 .386 .475 .342 .528 .444 .167 .267

# Regular-season champion $ Tournament champion * Not eligible for championship or post season play

at least one goal and 16 different players accumulated at least one point. For the season, the Skyhawks outshot their opponents by a 211129 margin, averaging 13.2 shots per match. At the team’s annual postseason banquet, the season awards – as voted on by the players – were announced. Rogers earned Team Most Valuable Player, Wilson was named Newcomer of the Year and Midfielder of the Year, Melissa Govea was named Offensive Player of the Year, Cox was named Defensive Player of the Year, and Emily Crye was named Most Improved Player.

Off the pitch, even Danielle Rogers receives her Ohio Valley Conference more history was Defensive Player of the Year award from OVC assistant made after the season was over. Senior commissioner Jennifer Gibbs.

midfielder Jamie Furstenberg became the first Skyhawk soccer player to be named as an OVC Scholar-Athlete, which is given annually to six studentathletes and is the highest individual honor an OVC student-athlete can receive. The Traverse City, Mich. native sported a 3.97 Grade Point Average. Even more academic awards were in store in the weeks following the season. As a team, the Skyhawks were recognized by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), receiving the Team Academic Award. Another trio of individual Skyhawks were also recognized by the NSCAA - as seniors Cox and Deans, as well as junior Jenni Duffy were named as NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention Academic All-Americans. The Skyhawks also had 10 representatives on the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, which marked the fifth consecutive season that UT Martin soccer had produced double-digit honorees in that cateogry.

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2009 FINAL STATISTICS RECORD All Games Conference Non-Conference

OVERALL 9-7 6-2 3-5

NO. PLAYER 23 Kendyl Wilson 2 Stephanie Nilica 8 Jenni DuямАy 5 Brooke Robertson 17 Melissa Govea 3 Danielle Rogers 16 Alex Windell 7 Sophie Cox 25 Amy Iwanicki 18 Katie Imperiale 20 Kelly Ann Hutchinson 14 Tori Taylor 21 Hillary Hitz 6 Kristen Nichols 10 Marissa Wood-Sternburgh 9 Jordan Warnement 22 Emily Crye 12 Jessica Hunt 24 Danielle DeGuzman 13 Jamie Furstenberg 15 Kim Boldt 11 Amanda Matthews 4 Nuala Deans TOTALS OPPONENTS NO. 0 1

GOALKEEPER Linnsie McMahan Aubrey Buehler TEAM TOTALS OPPONENTS

GP-GS 16-16 16-15 16-16 16-14 16-15 16-16 8-1 16-16 15-1 16-13 16-16 7-1 14-1 16-1 15-1 9-0 13-0 13-0 6-0 2-2 7-0 1-0 16-15 16 16

GP-GS 3-0 16-16 16 16

HOME 6-1 3-1 3-0 G 4 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 13

A 1 1 3 0 2 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 10

MINUTES 49:43 1400:31 0:00 1450:14 1450:14

PTS 9 7 7 6 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 65 36 GA 0 13 0 13 24

AWAY 2-4 2-1 0-3 SH 21 6 33 19 35 9 3 12 10 16 12 6 5 8 5 3 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 211 129

SH% .190 .500 .061 .158 .057 .222 .667 .083 .100 .062 .083 .167 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .114 .101

AVG 0.00 0.84 0.00 0.81 1.49

NEUTRAL 1-2 1-0 0-2

SOG 11 4 19 9 16 2 3 8 6 6 5 2 2 6 2 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 109 60

SV 1 46 0 47 85

PCT 1.000 .780 .000 .783 .780

SOG% .524 .667 .576 .474 .457 .222 1.000 .667 .600 .375 .417 .333 .400 .750 .400 1.000 .750 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .517 .465 W 0 9 0 9 7

GW 3 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 7 L 0 7 0 7 9

PK-ATT 0-0 2-2 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 3-3 0-0 T 0 0 0 0 0

SHO 0 5 3 8 5

GOALS BY PERIOD UT Martin Opponents

1 14 4

2 OT 10 0 8 0

2OT 0 1

TOTAL 24 13

CORNERS BY PERIOD UT Martin Opponents

1 2 OT 23 38 0 14 22 0

2OT 0 0

TOTAL 61 36

SHOTS BY PERIOD UT Martin Opponents

1 2 OT 91 119 1 59 69 0

2OT 0 1

TOTAL 211 129

FOULS BY PERIOD UT Martin Opponents

1 2 OT 78 89 1 56 77 0

2OT 0 0

TOTAL 168 133

SAVES BY PERIOD UT Martin Opponents

1 2 OT 19 28 0 37 48 0

2OT 0 0

TOTAL 47 85

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Average Per Date

UTM 1531 7/204

OPP 1792 6/282

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2009 RESULTS/LINEUPS Date

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Aug. 28 Lipscomb Aug. 30 @Belmont Sept. 4 @Florida Gulf Coast^ Sept. 6 Stetson^ Sept. 11 Missouri-Kansas City# Sept. 18 @Vanderbilt Sept. 20 SIU Edwardsville Sept. 25 @Tennessee Tech* Sept. 27 @Jacksonville State* Oct. 4 Murray State* Oct. 11 Southeast Missouri* Oct. 16 Eastern Kentucky* Oct. 18 Morehead State* Oct. 25 @Austin Peay* Oct. 31 Eastern Illinois*$ Nov. 6 Murray State&

R Result lt

Attendance d

O Overall ll

C Conference f

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

117 142 261 60 264 407 112 399 296 212 215 173 338 187 102 100

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

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

* Ohio Valley Conference match ^ Embassy Suites Kickoff Classic - Fort Myers, Fla.. # PUMA Skyhawk Invitational - Martin, Tenn. $ Match played in Terre Haute, Ind. & Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Semifinals - Morehead, Ky.

GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS Opp. Opp O pp.. pp Lipscomb p @Belmont @Bel @B elmo mont nt @FGCU Stetson Ste S tets tson on UMKC @Vandy @Va @ Vand ndy y SIUE @TTU @TT @ TTU U @Jax St. Murray Mur M urra ray y SEMO EKU EKU Morehead @APSU @AP @ APSU SU @EIU Murray Mur M urra ray y

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MF Robertson Robertson Robe Ro bert rtso son n Robertson Wind Wi Windell ndel elll Robertson Hitz Hitz Robertson Rob R Robertson ober erts tson on Robertson Rob R Robertson ober erts tson on Robertson Robe Ro Robertson bert rtso son n Robertson Robe Ro Robertson bert rtso son n Robertson Rob R Robertson ober erts tson on

MF M F Duffy Duff Duffy Duffy Duff Du ffy Duffy Duff Duffy Duffy Duff D uffy Duffy Duff D uffy Duffy Duff Du ffy Duffy Duff Du ffy Duffy Duff D uffy

MF/D MF /D Govea Deans Dean De anss Deans Deans Dean De anss Deans Deans Dean De anss Deans Deans Dea D eans ns Deans Deans Dea D eans ns Deans Deans Dean De anss Deans Deans Dean De anss Deans Deans Dea D eans ns

D D D Cox Nilica Rogers g Cox Co x Ni Nili Nilica lica ca R Rog Rogers oger erss Cox Nilica Rogers Cox Cox Nilica Nili Ni lica ca Rogers Rog R oger erss Cox Nilica Rogers Cox Cox Nilica Nili Ni lica ca Rogers Rog R oger erss Cox Nichols Rogers g Cox Cox Nilica Nil N ilic icaa Rogers Roge Ro gers rs Cox Nilica Rogers g Cox Cox Nilica Nil N ilic icaa Rogers Roge Ro gers rs Cox Nilica Rogers g Cox Cox Nilica Nili Ni lica ca Rogers Rog R oger erss Cox Nilica Rogers Cox Cox Nilica Nili Ni lica ca Rogers Rog R oger erss Cox Nilica Rogers Cox Cox Nilica Nil N ilic icaa Rogers Roge Ro gers rs

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D Hutchinson Hutc Hu Hutchinson tchi hins nson on Hutchinson Hutc Hu Hutchinson tchi hins nson on Hutchinson Hutc Hu Hutchinson tchi hins nson on Hutchinson Hut H Hutchinson utch chin inso son n Hutchinson Hut H Hutchinson utch chin inso son n Hutchinson Hutc Hu Hutchinson tchi hins nson on Hutchinson Hutc Hu Hutchinson tchi hins nson on Hutchinson Hut H Hutchinson utch chin inso son n

GK G K Buehler Bue B Buehler uehl hler er Buehler Bue B Buehler uehl hler er Buehler Bue B Buehler uehl hler er Buehler Bueh Bu Buehler ehle lerr Buehler Bueh Bu Buehler ehle lerr Buehler Bue B Buehler uehl hler er Buehler Bue B Buehler uehl hler er Buehler Bueh Bu Buehler ehle lerr

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2009 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS MATCH 1: FRESHMAN DUO HELPS UTM DOWN LIPSCOMB IN SEASON-OPENER Aug. 28, 2009 Goals by Period LU (1-1) UTM (1-0) Team UTM: UTM:

MATCH 2: TIME RUNS OUT ON UTM COMEBACK EFFORT AT BELMONT Aug. 30, 2009

1 0 1

Goal Wilson (1) Iwanicki (1)

2 0 1 Assist Duffy (None)

T 0 2 Time 1:00 72:29

MARTIN - The 12th season of intercollegiate soccer at The University of Tennessee at Martin started off with a bang, as the Skyhawks struck for a goal in the first minute in a 2-0 victory over Lipscomb of the Atlantic Sun Conference at Skyhawk Field.

Goals by Period UTM (1-1) BU (1-1) Team BU: BU: UTM:

Sept. 4, 2009 1 0 0

Goal Trocino (1) Trocino (2) Duffy (1)

2 1 2 Assist (None) (None) Warnement

T 1 2 Time 48:46 59:55 83:20

NASHVILLE - After a steady offensive pace throughout the match, The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team broke through in the 84th minute for a goal to cut its deficit in half. However, time was against the Skyhawks side, as UT Martin couldn’t get back on the scoreboard in the game’s closing minutes, falling to the Belmont Bruins by a 2-1 score at the Whitten Soccer Complex.

Just 60 seconds into the match, Jenni Duffy dribbled through traffic around the left side and sent a cross towards freshman Kendyl Wilson, who scooted a shot past the diving Lipscomb goalkeeper Erin Zerio to put UT Martin ahead 1-0. The Skyhawks came out aggressive to begin the match, attacking the Wilson’s goal was the third-quickest goal goal and outshooting the Bruins to start a match in program history - as 6-3 through the game’s first stanza. Kendal Keim scored a goal in the first 17 UT Martin looked to take an early lead in the seconds of a 2-1 home win against Arkansas 30th minute. Freshman Amy Iwanicki lofted State on Sept. 12, 2004, and Ginger Parson a shot from around 30 yards out that sent scored off an assist from Dani Myrick in Belmont goalkeeper Sari Lin backpedaling. the first 36 seconds in a 10-1 home win At the last instant, Lin successfully reached over Morehead State on Oct. 11, 2002. up to bat the ball away, and the ball hit the crossbar and came right back down Over 71 minutes later, freshman Amy into her arms. The officials ruled the ball Iwanicki stayed persistent and found a did not break the plane and play resumed. wide-open net for a goal at the 72:29 mark to provide the final 2-0 score. Seconds In the 49th minute, Belmont got on the earlier, Iwanicki - who attempted a scoreboard. A cluster of a half-dozen game-high five shots off the bench in 32 players formed in front of the net for minutes - fired a hard shot from point- possession of the ball, and, in the scrum, blank range right at Lipscomb goalkeeper it appeared as if UT Martin goalkeeper Ally Marler, who deflected the ball behind Aubrey Buehler had secured the ball in her. The Calgary, Alberta, Canada native her arms. However, the ball popped loose then retrieved the ball and put the ball in and emerged in front of an open net for the back of the net from five yards out. Jayme Trocino, who found the back left side of the net to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. Six other Skyhawks attempted one A little over 11 minutes later, Trocino shot apiece, and the nationally-ranked scored again, on a goal off a onedefense from 2008 stayed true to form, on-one situation to give the Bruins allowing only four shot attempts, with a 2-0 lead with 30:05 left to play. one on goal. Freshman Aubrey Buehler collected one save in all 90 minutes Freshman Jordan Warnement hooked a in goal for her first collegiate victory. shot from the right side that sent Lin diving, striking the right post before caroming UT Martin improved to 5-7 all-time right back to her. Warnement then whipped in season-openers, and 6-5-1 all-time a quick pass to the middle to set up Jenni in home openers. The victory also Duffy, who was there for her first career goal extended the Skyhawks’ win streak over at the top of the box to make the score 2-1. Lipscomb at five, with four consecutive shutouts over the Lady Bisons. Three more subs came in for UT Martin over the last six-plus minutes, but time eventually ran out on the Skyhawk comeback effort.

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Goals by Period UTM (1-2) FGCU (1-2-1) Team FGCU:

1 0 0

Goal Hunter (1)

2 0 1 Assist (None)

T 0 1 Time 89:05

FORT MYERS, Fla. - The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team seemed destined for overtime in its opening match of the Embassy Suites Kickoff Classic. However, a Florida Gulf Coast goal with just 55 seconds left in regulation led to a heartbreaking loss for the Skyhawks in the program’s firstever match played in the Sunshine State. UT Martin set the tempo early, as sophomore Katie Imperiale attempted the game’s first shot just 57 seconds in, forcing Florida Gulf Coast goalkeeper Stephanie Powers to make a save. Tori Taylor attempted the Skyhawks’ next shot in the 25th minute that sailed high, while Alex Windell continued to put the pressure on Powers, forcing her to make a save on a shot on goal at the 38:10 mark of the first half. All the while, true freshman goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler kept UT Martin in the match in the first half of play, making four saves. Buehler turned away Eagle shot attempts in the 15th, 29th, 35th, and 44th minute to ensure the match was scoreless at halftime. Both teams delivered the same defensive intensity as they had shown in the first half to begin the game’s second stanza. The Skyhawks next shot attempt came in the 78th minute, when sophomore Kelly Ann Hutchinson sent a shot just high of the goal. When Florida Gulf Coast’s Amber McCall attempted her fourth shot of the match with just 1:37 left in regulation, Buehler was once again there for the save. The heartbreak set in for the Skyhawks just 42 seconds later, when Kathleen Hunter found some space for an open shot that she converted into a goal to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead. Despite the late goal, UT Martin kept fighting, as Jenni Duffy found enough space to put a shot on goal with 16 seconds left in the match, but Powers was there for the save. The Hunter goal spoiled an otherwise brilliant match for Buehler, who collected a career-high five saves.


2009 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS MATCH 4: SKYHAWKS FALL SHORT AGAINST STETSON IN FGCU TOURNEY Sept. 6, 2009 Goals by Period UTM (1-2) SU (3-3) Team SU:

MATCH 5: DOMINANT DEFENSIVE EFFORT LEADS UTM TO WIN OVER UMKC Sept. 11, 2009

1 0 0

Goal Yero (2)

2 0 1

T 0 1

Assist Time Gavilsky/Jowers 50:15

FORT MYERS, Fla. - The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team out-shot Stetson by a 2:1 margin on the final day of the Embassy Suites Kick-off Classic, but Stetson’s one shot on goal for the day was a success, as a goal in the 51st minute led to a 1-0 Stetson win at the Florida Gulf Coast University Soccer Complex.

Goals by Period UMKC (0-5) UTM (2-3) Team UTM: UTM: UTM:

MATCH 6: SKYHAWKS BATTLE BUT FALL TO SEC POWER VANDERBILT Sept. 18, 2009

1 0 2

2 0 1

Goal Assist Nilica (1) (Penalty kick) Imperiale (1) Govea Taylor (1) Wood-Sternburgh

T 0 3 Time 3:08 18:39 89:55

MARTIN - After playing three consecutive matches on the road since its Aug. 28 home-opener, The University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks soccer team returned to Skyhawk Field and delighted the home fans, defeating the Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos 3-0 in the nightcap of the first day of the PUMA Skyhawk Invitational. The win was the eighth straight for UT Martin in the PUMA Skyhawk Invitational, now in its seventh year.

UT Martin kept a consistent offensive pace throughout the match, attempting five shots in each period, while the Hatters attempted five total shots for the game. The Skyhawks put four of their shot attempts on goal, including three in the first 45 minutes. The UT Martin offense doubled its season total today, while outshooting the Stetson broke through with a goal just a Kangaroos by a 24-0 margin, marking the little over five minutes into the second half. lowest shot total by any Skyhawk opponent Emily Yero was in the right place at the in program history. The defensive showing right time off a corner kick, finding the back was just another bookmark for a defense of the net at the 50:15 mark. Tessa Gavilsky that has been amongst the best in the Ohio and Lindsay Jowers were credited with Valley Conference since the hiring of head dual assists on the goal for the Hatters. coach Craig Roberts in 2006. The match was just the sixth time the Skyhawks had Sophomore midfielder Melissa Govea held its opponent to two or less shots, four led the Skyhawk offensive effort with of which have come under Roberts’ watch. three shots (two on goal) off the bench, as she was one of eight Skyhawks Stephanie Nilica got the Skyhawks on to attempt a shot in the match. the scoreboard in the fourth minute, after a UMKC foul in the box set up a Jenni Duffy, Tori Taylor, Kelly Ann penalty kick for the junior from St. Louis, Hutchinson, Kendyl Wilson, Amy Mo. Nilica’s PK was successful, putting Iwanicki, Marissa Wood-Sternburgh, and UT Martin up 1-0 at the 3:08 mark. Katie Imperiale were all credited with one shot attempt apiece, with Duffy and The Skyhawks struck again in the 19th Hutchinson each putting one on goal. minute, when Katie Imperiale took a perfect cross from Melissa Govea and found the UT Martin freshman goalkeeper Aubrey back of the net at the 18:39 mark, leading Buehler ran into some tough luck, to a 2-0 halftime advantage for UT Martin. getting credited with the loss. Stetson goalkeeper Andrea Garavaglia earned the Sophomore Tori Taylor completed victory, making three of the team’s four the scoring for the Skyhawks, beating saves (Stetson also earned a team save). the clock with a breakaway goal off a one-on-one situation with UMKC goalkeeper Jami Finnell, with just five seconds remaining in the match. A dozen different Skyhawks attempted at least one shot, led by Imperiale’s four. UT Martin put 10 of its shots on goal, and redshirt-sophomore Marissa Wood-Sternburgh earned her first career assist on Taylor’s goal.

Goals by Period UTM (2-4) VU (6-1-1) Team VU: VU: VU:

1 0 2

Goal Lukens (4) Lukens (5) Kinsella (4)

2 0 1 Assist Forester Kinsella Forester/Lukens

T 0 3 Time 12:16 41:13 56:16

NASHVILLE - The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team knew they were up for a challenge when they visited Vanderbilt University, who has been nationallyranked this season and was undefeated at home. In the end, the Skyhawks fell to the Commodores, 3-0 in front of 407 fans at the Vanderbilt Soccer Complex. Junior midfielder Jenni Duffy led the Skyhawk effort with two shot attempts, and freshman goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler nabbed four saves to lead UT Martin. For Vanderbilt, Nicole Lukens scored in the 13th and 42nd minutes to give the Commodores a 2-0 lead at halftime. Molly Kinsella added another goal in the 56th minute to provide the final 3-0 margin. After both teams swapped corner kicks in the first 4:30, Lukens found the top left corner of the goal from 10 yards out at the 12:16 mark. UT Martin came right back with a shot attempt from Duffy four minutes later, but the shot hooked wide of the goal. At the 41:13 mark, Lukens once again found the back of the net, placing a shot in the right corner from four yards out in the middle of the box off a pass from Kinsella, putting the Skyhawks in a 2-0 hole heading into the half. The Commodores’ first shot attempt of the second half proved to be costly for the UT Martin defense, as Kinsella converted on a goal that struck the back right corner from four yards out, putting Vanderbilt up 3-0. That was all that Buehler would allow, as the Waukesha, Wis. native made three more saves from that point on. Kristen Nichols attempted UT Martin’s only shot on goal at the 84:35 mark, but Vanderbilt goalkeeper Jessica Amlaw was there for her only save of the match. Katie Imperiale also attempted a shot for the Skyhawks in the 89th minute, but the shot went wide.

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2009 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS MATCH 7: FOUR FIRST HALF GOALS HELP PUSH UTM PAST SIUE

MATCH 8: SKYHAWKS FALL IN DOUBLE OVERTIME AT TTU IN OVC OPENER

Sept. 20, 2009 Goals by Period SIUE (0-6) UTM (3-4) Team UTM: UTM: UTM: UTM: UTM:

MATCH 9: UTM GETS BACK TO WINNING WAYS WITH HARD-FOUGHT WIN AT JSU

Sept. 25, 2009 1 0 4

Goal Windell (1) Cox (1) Rogers (1) Hitz (1) Windell (2)

2 0 1 Assist Wilson Iwanicki Cox Iwanicki (Penalty kick)

T 0 5 Time 25:46 26:14 34:38 38:45 88:32

MARTIN - A total of four different University of Tennessee at Martin players scored a goal for the first time this season today, as the Skyhawk offense exploded to the tune of five goals for a 5-0 win over SIU Edwardsville at Skyhawk Field in the season’s last non-conference match.

Goals by Period UTM (3-5, 0-1) TTU (2-7-1, 1-0) Team TTU:

Sept. 27, 2009 1 0 0

Goal Cambron (3)

2 0 0

1OT 0 0 Assist (None)

2OT 0 1

T 0 1

Time 100:14

COOKEVILLE - The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team outshot Tennessee Tech by a 16 to six margin, but a Tennessee Tech goal just 14 seconds into the match’s double overtime period led to a 1-0 loss for the Skyhawks in their Ohio Valley Conference opener. UT Martin put as many shots on goal (six) as the Golden Eagle offense produced total shots for the entire match, but Kris Cambron’s strike from 10 yards out on the left wing at the 100:14 mark was the difference in the match.

The Skyhawk offense got started when freshman Alex Windell took a cross from Kendyl Wilson to find the back of the net The Skyhawk offense was led by in the 26th minute, converting her first sophomore Melissa Govea, who put two of career goal to give the Skyhawks a 1-0 lead. her four shot attempts on goal. Jenni Duffy and Kendyl Wilson also each attempted Just 28 seconds later, UT Martin struck three shots apiece for UT Martin. Freshman again, as Sophie Cox earned her Aubrey Buehler held the Golden Eagles ninth career goal from the top of the scoreless through 100-plus minutes box off an assist from Amy Iwanicki. and ended the day with four saves. Cox was in the middle of the next Skyhawk scoring opportunity as well, shooting a pass off a free kick to Danielle Rogers, who was in perfect position for a header that slipped just past the SIU Edwardsville goalkeeper. A little over four minutes later, freshman Hillary Hitz hooked a shot from around 20 yards out on the left side that just caught the back of the net for her first career goal off an assist from Iwanicki.

UT Martin came out firing early on in the match, attempting three of the match’s first four shots through 18 minutes of play. The Skyhawks barely missed a goal in the 23rd minute, when Brooke Robertson boomed a shot that hit the crossbar. The Skyhawks ended the first half with a barrage of shot attempts, as Wilson, Jessica Hunt and Kristen Nichols each attempted a shot in a span of 2:04 with two minutes left in the half.

Danielle deGuzman found the back of the net with two seconds left before halftime, but offsides was called by the line judge and the goal was waved off, leaving the two teams scoreless heading into the halftime break. At the half, the UT Martin ended its scoring with just Skyhawks held a 7-2 shot advantage. 88 seconds left in the match, as SIU Edwardsville fouled Skyhawk midfielder The Skyhawks tallied eight shots (four on Marissa Wood-Sternburgh in the box, goal) in the second half. Buehler came up setting up a penalty kick. Windell took the with a pair of dramatic saves in the 67th and kick, successfully guiding the ball into the 75th minutes to send the match into overtime. back of the net for her second goal of the day. Robertson got off the only shot attempt for both sides in the first overtime Overall, the Skyhawk offense period, but her shot was blocked at outshot SIU Edwardsville by a 12-8 the 97:11 mark. The two teams then margin, with 10 different Skyhawks played to a draw over the next 2:49, attempting at least one shot. sending the match into double overtime.

The goal provided a 4-0 margin at halftime for the Skyhawks, and was the first time the Skyhawks had scored at least four goals in the first half since they scored five against Christian Brothers on Sept. 16, 2007.

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Goals by Period UTM (4-5, 1-1) JSU (6-6, 0-2) Team UTM:

1 0 0

Goal Robertson (1)

2 1 0 Assist Duffy

T 1 0 Time 80:32

JACKSONVILLE, Ala. - The offense for The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team has shown flashes in 2009, routinely outshooting its opponents. The Skyhawks converted a clutch opportunity off a free kick in the 81st minute, and the stingy defense remained constant in a 1-0 win at Jacksonville State. Freshman goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler was relentless in goal, earning her second career shutout while making five saves, including four in the second half. The lone goal of the day belonged to sophomore midfielder Brooke Robertson. Junior defensive midfielder Jenni Duffy took a free kick from about 25 yards out and the ball found Robertson, who rose above the crowd for a header to put UT Martin up 1-0. UT Martin showed a balanced offensive attack in today’s match, attempting 10 shots in the first half and 11 in the second, outshooting the Gamecocks 21 to 10. But the real story was the Skyhawk defense, who held Jacksonville State scoreless, a tough feat considering the Gamecocks entered the contest averaging 3.0 goals per match. The Skyhawks attempted the first five and 10 of the game’s first 11 shots, as Jacksonville State didn’t attempt its second shot until the 44th minute. The second half features superb goalkeeper play from both sides. UT Martin attempted the first two shots of the half, but Jacksonville State goalkeeper Alli Koenig was there for saves on both shots. The Gamecocks then attempted two shots in a span of 2:13, but Buehler matched Koenig’s effort with a pair of saves of her own. A total of four more UT Martin shots on goal over the next 29 minutes resulted in four more saves for Koenig, before the Skyhawks finally broke through on Robertson’s goal at the 80:32 mark. From that point on, it was all Buehler - who displayed her toughness by making tough saves in the 82nd and 87th minutes to ensure the win.


2009 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS MATCH 10: SKYHAWK OFFENSE SHINES IN FIRST HALF OF WIN OVER MURRAY STATE Oct. 4, 2009 Goals by Period MSU (4-6-1, 2-1) UTM (5-5, 2-1) Team UTM: UTM:

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1 0 2

Goal Robertson (2) Duffy (2)

2 0 0

T 0 2

Assist Rogers (None)

Time 19:33 43:53

MARTIN - On a chilly, wet afternoon at Skyhawk Field, The University of Tennessee at Martin offense caught fire in the first half of play - scoring two goals in the first stanza - and the defense held its ground in a 2-0 Ohio Valley Conference victory over Murray State. While light, steady rain continued to come down throughout the match, neither team could get much offense going through the first 10 minutes. UT Martin almost had the first goal on the first shot attempt of the match, as Kendyl Wilson drew Murray State goalkeeper Katie Walsh out in front of the box. Wilson then fired a low shot that curved wide at the last instant.

Goals by Period SEMO (5-5-2, 0-1-2) UTM (6-5, 3-1) Team UTM: SEMO: UTM:

Oct. 16, 2009 1 1 1

Goal Robertson (3) Runion (3) Nilica (2)

2 0 1 Assist Govea Luehmann (None)

T 1 2 Time 6:17 18:07 81:16

MARTIN - A goal off a free kick from junior defender Stephanie Nilica from around 35 yards out in the 82nd minute capped off an outstanding offensive effort by The University of Tennessee at Martin in its 2-1 win over Southeast Missouri. Nilica’s goal was the last shot attempt of the day for the Skyhawks, as they out-shot Southeast Missouri by a 15-4 margin, including an 11-1 advantage in the second half. Sophomore Brooke Robertson scored a goal in her third consecutive match, getting the Skyhawks on the scoreboard early in the first half. Robertson received a cross from Melissa Govea from the left side and released a quick shot from about 20 yards out that landed past the reach of Southeast Missouri goalkeeper Kristen Starkey at the 6:17 mark.

The Skyhawks got on the scoreboard at the 19:33 mark off a corner kick. With the ball lofted towards the middle of the box, Danielle Rogers tapped a pass that found Robertson, who snuck the ball past Walsh from around seven yards out. The goal was the second game-winning goal in as many Southeast Missouri quickly answered with weeks for Robertson, and sixth of her career. a goal of its own, as Ashley Runion took a long pass from Courtney Luehmann on The Racers then attempted three of a one-on-one situation against UT Martin the match’s next four shots, before UT goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler. Runion Martin defensive midfielder Jenni Duffy waited until Buehler was slightly drawn had a good look at the goal but her forward before tapping a shot that found shot hooked wide in the 34th minute. the back left of the net in the 19th minute. Duffy would get a chance to redeem herself a little over 10 minutes later. After making a quick move to create separation from a Murray State defender, Duffy lofted a high-arching shot from 30 yards straight out that landed just past of the reach of Walsh to give the Skyhawks a 2-0 advantage at the 43:53 mark.

MATCH 12: SKYHAWKS SOAR PAST EKU BEHIND WILSON’S TWO GOALS

UT Martin headed into halftime with a 4-3 shot advantage, but the offense came out determined by consistently attacking the goal in the match’s last 45 minutes. Three different Skyhawks each put a shot on goal in the first seven minutes of the half, setting the tone for UT Martin. Senior Sophie Cox then attempted three shots of her own over the next five minutes, From that point forward, freshman making Starkey work for every save. goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler and the Skyhawk defense took over, as Buehler made The Skyhawks’ 11th shot of the half all three of her saves over the last 45 minutes was the eventual game-winner, as of play. The strong defensive effort led to a Southeast Missouri foul set up a the team’s fifth shutout of the 2009 season. Skyhawk free kick from the right side. Nilica unleashed a high, forceful kick from around 35 yards out that was at the perfect height to sneak past Starkey, giving Nilica her second goal in 2009.

Goals by Period EKU (4-9-2, 1-2-2) UTM (7-5, 4-1) Team UTM: UTM:

1 0 2

Goal Wilson (2) Wilson (3)

2 0 0 Assist Hutchinson Nichols

T 0 2 Time 1:23 35:20

MARTIN - Freshman Kendyl Wilson netted goals in the second and 36th minutes to lead The University of Tennessee at Martin to its fourth consecutive victory, as the Skyhawks shut out Eastern Kentucky 2-0 at Skyhawk Field. The win matches a program-best home win streak, as the Skyhawks have won its first six contests at Skyhawk Field in 2009. UT Martin also won its first six home matches in 2005. The victory also places the Skyhawks atop the OVC standings with 12 points, as Tennessee Tech (11 points) tied Eastern Illinois on the road today, 2-2. Wilson, who scored UT Martin’s first goal of the season exactly at the 1:00 mark in the season-opening 2-0 win over Lipscomb on Aug. 28, once again showed her nose for the ball early. Just 83 seconds into the match, the Collierville native took a pass from KellyAnn Hutchinson and drew Eastern Kentucky’s goalkeeper Stephanie Lynch slightly out of the box. Wilson then established position and sent a hard hooking shot from the left side that found the back of the net, setting the tone for the Skyhawk offense. Almost exactly 34 minutes later, Wilson struck again - this time from point blank range on the right side off an assist from fellow freshman Kristen Nichols. With the goal, Wilson took over the team lead in points and notched her second game-winning goal of her young career. Not to be outdone, the nationally-ranked Skyhawk defense produced its sixth shutout of the 2009 season. Freshman goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler tallied a career-high eight saves, producing her third OVC shutout in her last four matches.

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2009 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS MATCH 13: SKYHAWKS FALL TO MOREHEAD STATE IN HOME FINALE Oct. 18, 2009 Goals by Period MSU (7-6-3, 4-0-2) UTM (7-6, 4-2) Team UTM: UTM: MSU: MSU: MSU:

MATCH 14: SKYHAWK OFFENSE CLICKS IN ROAD VICTORY AT AUSTIN PEAY Oct. 25, 2009

1 0 1

Goal Hutchinson (1) Govea (1) Phillip (1) Phillip (2) Seebach (2)

2 3 1 Assist Nilica Imperiale Davidson (None) Davidson

T 3 2 Time 24:02 54:52 74:32 83:48 87:16

Goals by Period 1 UTM (8-6, 5-2) 1 APSU (1-12-4, 0-5-2) 0 Team UTM: UTM: UTM:

Goal Govea (2) Nilica (3) Rogers (2)

Oct. 31, 2009 2 2 0 Assist (None) (Penalty kick) Cox

T 3 0 Time 18:40 71:35 73:43

MARTIN - Three unanswered goals by Morehead State over the last 15:28 led to a 3-2 University of Tennessee at Martin loss at Skyhawk Field.

CLARKSVILLE - The University of Tennessee at Martin offense produced its second-highest scoring output of the 2009 season and the steady Skyhawk defensive unit generated its seventh shutout of the season in the 3-0 win over Austin Peay.

The match’s first 21 minutes were a defensive struggle, as no team attempted a shot until Morehead State’s Bethany Davidson sent a shot wide right at the 21:59 mark.

With the win, the Skyhawks clinch at least a third-place seed in the OVC Tournament, which will be held in Morehead, Ky. on Nov. 5-8.

Just a couple minutes later, sophomore Kelly Ann Hutchinson gave the Skyhawks the early advantage. The 5-5 defender rose high above the crowd for a goal off a header from a free kick from Stephanie Nilica at the 24:02 mark, putting UT Martin up 1-0 on its first shot attempt of the match.

For the day, the Skyhawks got three goals from three different players, while the freshman duo of Aubrey Buehler and Linnsie McMahan combined for the shutout in goal, which was UT Martin’s fourth conference shutout so far this season.

The UT Martin offense put the pressure on The second half served as an offensive Austin Peay early on in the match, attempting explosion, as 14 shots were fired in six shots through the first 18-plus minutes. the last 45 minutes of the match. The Skyhawks’ seventh attempt was a At the 54:52 mark, UT Martin once again success, as sophomore Melissa Govea got on the scoreboard, when sophomore who had attempted three shots already in midfielder Melissa Govea earned her first the match - stole a defensive clear inside goal of the season on a low lined shot from the the box and sent a shot past Austin Peay right side off an assist from Katie Imperiale. goalkeeper Carley Newman, putting UT Martin up 1-0 at the 18:40 mark. Morehead State’s first goal came off a corner kick. Davidson sent a kick The second half seemed like a mirror image into the left side of the box and the of the first half for the Skyhawk offense, as ball found Sarah Phillip, who slightly they relentlessly attacked the goal to the tune tipped the ball past Buehler to cut the of 12 shots, putting seven of those on goal. UT Martin lead to 2-1 in the 75th minute. On the other hand, the UT Martin defense allowed just three shots in the second half The Eagles’ game-tying goal was scored again by Phillip. Morehead State’s Jillian UT Martin broke through for a goal Birchmeier sent a shot that Buehler dove on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute. full-extension to her left to save, but After an Austin Peay foul, junior the ball emerged loose around the right defender Stephanie Nilica took the side of the goal, where Phillip took the PK and found the back of the net. deflected save and found the back of the net to make the score 2-2 at the 83:48 mark. A little over two minutes later, the Skyhawks received another goal by a Another corner kick by Morehead State led defender - this time by junior Danielle to it’s third goal, as Davidson’s kick found Rogers. Rogers converted on a header off Lauren Seebach for a header, the Eagles’ a corner kick at the 73:43 mark to put UT third goal of the match, all of which were Martin up 3-0, the final scoring margin. scored in a span of 12:44 of clock time.

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Goals by Period UTM (9-6, 6-2) EIU (7-7-5, 3-3-2) Team UTM:

1 0 0

Goal Wilson (4)

2 1 0 Assist Duffy

T 1 0 Time 80:15

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Freshman Kendyl Wilson converted on her team-leading fourth goal of the 2009 season in the 81st minute against Eastern Illinois, leading The University of Tennessee at Martin to a share of its first Ohio Valley Conference championship in program history and a 1-0 win at Memorial Stadium. The match was originally scheduled to take place at Lakeside Field in Charleston on Oct. 9 but was cancelled due to standing water on the field from heavy thunderstorms throughout the previous week. The flooding continued in the Charleston area on Halloween, so the match was moved to a neutral site. The Skyhawks got the first shot off of the match at the 38:12 mark of the first half, and kept their relentless offensive attack going through the end of the first period. At the half, the Skyhawks had outshot the Panthers by a 4-1 margin, but neither team could convert on its chances. The Skyhawks matched their first half shot output in the first 12:05 of the second stanza, as Wilson attempted two shots and Melissa Govea and Duffy each got off a shot. Eastern Illinois got its first shot on goal with 29:15 left to go in regulation, as a Skyhawk foul gave the Panthers a free kick opportunity from 40 yards out on the right flank. Danielle Flynn sent a pass into the center of the box that found Laura Ridolfi, who took a shot from 15 yards out that Skyhawk goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler scooped up for the save. With 20 minutes remaining, UT Martin had two chances in 40 seconds to get on the scoreboard, but shot attempts by Nichols and Duffy were both stopped. Shots by Katie Imperiale and Brooke Robertson both went wide in the 75th minute, which was followed by a Skyhawk corner kick. Six minutes later, the stage was set for Wilson’s goal, which came from the right flank and found the back of the net.


2009 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS MATCH 16: UTM’S SPECTACULAR SEASON COMES TO AN END IN OVC SEMIFINALS

In addition to earning All-Ohio Valley Conference first team honors, Danielle Rogers became the first Skyhawk to be named OVC Defensive Player of the Year. With her first team mention, Rogers joined Katie Behrens (2006-07) as the only Skyhawks to earn All-OVC first team honors multiple times.

Nov. 6, 2009 Goals by Period #3 MSU (10-7-2) #2 UTM (9-7) Team MSU:

1 1 0

Goal Fraser (1)

2 0 0

T 1 0

Assist Wright

Time 38:19

MOREHEAD, Ky. - A goal by Murray State’s Ashley Fraser in the 39th minute resulted in the only offense either team could muster, as The University of Tennessee at Martin’s magical 2009 season ended in a 1-0 loss to Murray State in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament semifinals from Jayne Stadium. UT Martin outshot the Racers by an 11-9 margin, but Murray State scored the first first-half goal of the tournament’s first four matches with 6:41 left before the half, as Fraser scored her second goal of the tournament off a corner kick from Rachel Wright. The two teams played a physical first 45 minutes, with few shot attempts ten minutes into the match. UT Martin goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler was put to work early, but responded with two saves just two minutes apart.

Jenni Duffy, Kendyl Wilson and Emily Crye celebrate after Wilson’s second goal of the match against Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 16.

UT Martin missed a huge opportunity at the 33:17 mark, as Murray State goalkeeper Tara Isbell scrambled to grab a loose ball but couldn’t grip it before falling to the ground. The ball shook loose and Melissa Govea hurdled Isbell to fire a hard shot on goal, but Murray State’s Sophie Hargreaves dove to her left and headed the ball away for the save. The Skyhawks came out firing in the second half, as Katie Imperiale found some space for an open shot, but the shot sailed high just 17 seconds into the half. Govea nearly had another open net at the 26:07 mark, as she drew Isbell out towards the top of the box. Govea, Isbell and the ball all met simultaneously and Isbell initially fumbled the ball before securing the save. UT Martin had two more opportunities in a span of 60 seconds, as a free kick by Stephanie Nilica from 22 yards out was snatched out of the air from Isbell. The Skyhawks kept making Isbell work, firing five more shots in the last 23 minutes but Murray State - the eventual tournament winner - held on for the victory.

Seniors Jamie Furstenberg, Nuala Deans and Sophie Cox wrapped up their historical UT Martin careers. The trio combined to start 146 matches and were included in eight individual all-time Skyhawk top-10 categories. They also collectively earned a spot on the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll seven out of nine possible times, received two OVC Medals of Honor for a 4.0 GPA and three national Academic All-American nominations, as well as an OVC ScholarAthlete award, the highest individual honor an OVC student-athlete can receive.

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CHAMPIONS ON/OFF THE PITCH The Skyhawks pose with the Ohio Valley Conference championship trophy at the OVC banquet held on the eve of the league tournament in Morehead, Ky. It was UT Martin’s firstever OVC soccer title in program history.

In a collaborative effort to fight the ongoing battle against cancer, The University of Tennessee at Martin soccer team held a Kick for the Cure all-day event on March 6, 2009 at Skyhawk Field. The tournament field included five teams, as seven shortened-matches were played beginning at 11 a.m. and concluding with a 3:45 p.m. championship match that featured the top two teams based on a points system from the day’s earlier matches. The Skyhawks entered two teams, and teams from Bethel, Union and ArkansasLittle Rock also participated in the event. Representatives from various Greek organizations, including the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority and Sigma Chi fraternity, were on hand to take up donations from fans by passing a bucket around, and the majority of Greek organizations helped raise money in the weeks leading up to the event. The event was open to the public with free admission, and a silent auction was also set up with various items on sale, including a limited-edition pink Skyhawk soccer jersey (as modeled by Tori Taylor and Emily Crye on the right). The team goal was to raise at least $1,000, and the Skyhawks were able to surpass that number. The team presented the money to the American Cancer Society during the Weakley County Relay for Life in June.

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2010 OPPONENTS MISSISSIPPI STATE ARKANSAS STATE Friday, Aug. 20, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: First Meeting Streak: None

LIPSCOMB

Sunday, Aug. 22, Jonesboro, Ark. All-time series: UTM leads 6-1 Streak: UTM W2

Friday, Aug. 27, Nashville, Tenn. All-time series: UTM leads 6-1-1 Streak: UTM W5

Location .........................................Starkville, Miss. Founded ............................................................1878 Enrollment .....................................................19,000 President .............................. Dr. Mark E. Keenum Director of Athletics....................... Scott Stricklin Nickname.................................................. Bulldogs Colors....................................... Maroon and White Web Site .................... www.MStateAthletics.com Conference............................ Southeastern (West) Home Field ................................MSU Soccer Field Head Coach ................................. Neil Macdonald HC Alma Mater..................... Augusta State, 1997 HC Career Record .................184-104-15 (10 yrs.) HC Record At School ..................34-70-10 (6 yrs.) 2009 Record ...................................................... 9-8-2 Conference Record/Finish ......... 1-8-2 (6th West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 22/4 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 9/2 Soccer SID ................................ Brock Turnipseed SID Phone ........................................(662) 325-7556 SID Email.....bturnipseed@athletics.msstate.edu

Location ......................................... Jonesboro, Ark. Founded ............................................................1909 Enrollment .....................................................12,156 President ...................................... Dr. Robert Potts Director of Athletics........................ Dr. Dean Lee Nickname.............................................Red Wolves Colors...........................................Scarlet and Black Web Site ................ www.AStateRedWolves.com Conference................................................. Sun Belt Home Field ................................. ASU Soccer Park Head Coach ............................. Tafadzwa Ziyenge HC Alma Mater..........Alabama-Huntsville, 1996 HC Career Record .......................96-90-6 (13 yrs.) HC Record At School ......................... First season 2009 Record .................................................... 8-10-3 Conference Record/Finish ...................5-5-1 (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 16/5 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 9/2 Soccer SID .............................. Anthony Reynolds SID Phone ........................................(870) 972-3547 SID Email........................... areynolds@astate.edu

Location ........................................ Nashville, Tenn. Founded ............................................................1891 Enrollment .......................................................3,418 President .................... Dr. L. Randolph Lowry III Director of Athletics................Phillip Hutcheson Nickname............................................ Lady Bisons Colors........................................... Purple and Gold Web Site ....................www.LipscombSports.com Conference.......................................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ................Lipscomb Soccer Complex Head Coach .......................................... Jon Ireland HC Alma Mater...............................Harding, 2003 HC Career Record .........................12-41-4 (3 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 4-15-0 Conference Record/Finish .................2-8-0 (10th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 12/7 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 8/4 Soccer SID .........................................Mark McGee SID Phone ........................................(615) 966-5862 SID Email................. mark.mcgee@lipscomb.edu

MISSOURI STATE

CSU-BAKERSFIELD LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

Sunday, Aug. 29, Springfield, Mo. All-time series: MSU leads 6-0-1 Streak: MSU W2

Friday, Sept. 3, Bakersfield, Calif. All-time series: First Meeting Streak: None

Sunday, Sept. 5, Los Angeles, Calif. All-time series: First Meeting Streak: None

Location ........................................ Springfield, Mo. Founded ............................................................1905 Enrollment .....................................................22,938 President .................................. Dr. James E. Cofer Director of Athletics............................Kyle Moats Nickname........................................................ Bears Colors....................................... Maroon and White Web Site .............. www.MissouriStateBears.com Conference.................................... Missouri Valley Home Field .........................................Plaster Field Head Coach ......................................... Rob Brewer HC Alma Mater.......................... Lynchburg, 1977 HC Career Record .................199-144-32 (19 yrs.) HC Record At School ............131-116-30 (14 yrs.) 2009 Record ...................................................... 9-6-3 Conference Record/Finish ..................4-1-1 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 13/6 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 5/6 Soccer SID .............................................. Tim Bohn SID Phone ........................................(417) 836-4867 SID Email..................... tbohn@missouristate.edu

Location ..................................... Bakersfield, Calif. Founded ............................................................1970 Enrollment .......................................................8,000 President ................................Dr. Horace Mitchell Director of Athletics...................... Rudy Carvajal Nickname...........................................Roadrunners Colors............................................... Blue and Gold Web Site ............................ www.GoRunners.com Conference......................................... Independent Home Field ............................... Main Soccer Field Head Coach ................................Nicole Van Dyke HC Alma Mater.................CSU Bakersfield, 2000 HC Career Record .......................58-65-15 (7 yrs.) HC Record At School ....................23-46-8 (4 yrs.) 2009 Record .................................................... 6-11-2 Conference Record/Finish ........................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 18/2 Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 11/1 Soccer SID .........................................Marshall Fey SID Phone ........................................(661) 654-3071 SID Email...................................... mfey@csub.edu

Location ....................................Los Angeles, Calif. Founded ............................................................1911 Enrollment .......................................................8,300 President ..............................Dr. Martha Saunders Director of Athletics.............. Dr. William Husak Nickname........................................................Lions Colors................... Crimson, Navy Blue and Gray Web Site ............................. www.LMULions.com Conference............................................ West Coast Home Field ...................................... Sullivan Field Head Coach ............................................ Joe Mallia HC Alma Mater.................... Old Dominion, 1992 HC Career Record ...................120-63-15 (10 yrs.) HC Record At School ....................33-18-6 (3 yrs.) 2009 Record .................................................... 11-6-2 Conference Record/Finish ...................3-3-1 (4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................... 14/13 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 6/5 Soccer SID ....................................... Mark Dodson SID Phone ........................................(310) 338-5798 SID Email............................. mdodson2@lmu.edu

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IPFW

Friday, Sept. 10, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: UE leads 1-0 Streak: UE W1 Location ......................................... Evansville, Ind. Founded ............................................................1854 Enrollment .......................................................2,699 President .................................. Dr. Thomas Kazee Director of Athletics..........................John Stanley Nickname.............................................Purple Aces Colors.......................... Purple, White and Orange Web Site .......................www.GoPurpleAces.com Conference.................................... Missouri Valley Home Field ................ Arad McCutchan Stadium Head Coach ..............................Krista McKendree HC Alma Mater........................... Evansville, 2002 HC Career Record .........................18-18-2 (2 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 5-13-0 Conference Record/Finish ...................2-4-0 (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 12/7 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 7/4 Soccer SID ............................................. Bob Boxell SID Phone ........................................(812) 488-2285 SID Email............................. bb33@evansville.edu

SIU EDWARDSVILLE Sunday, Sept. 12, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: UTM leads 1-0 Streak: UTM W1

Sunday, Sept. 19, Edwardsville, Ill. All-time series: UTM leads 2-0 Streak: UTM W2

Location ....................................... Fort Wayne, Ind. Founded ............................................................1964 Enrollment .....................................................13,675 Chancellor......................... Dr. Michael A. Wartell Director of Athletics.......................J. Tommy Bell Nickname.............................................. Mastodons Colors.................................. Royal Blue and White Web Site ....................... www.GoMastodons.com Conference....................................Summit League Home Field .....................Hefner Soccer Complex Head Coach .................................Margaret Saurin HC Alma Mater............. Christian Brothers, 2002 HC Career Record ...........................5-46-2 (3 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 4-12-1 Conference Record/Finish ...................3-6-0 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 15/3 Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 10/1 Soccer SID .........................................Skylar Litton SID Phone ........................................(260) 481-0278 SID Email.......................................................... N/A

Location .......................................Edwardsville, Ill. Founded ............................................................1957 Enrollment .....................................................13,940 Chancellor........................ Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift Director of Athletics.............. Dr. Bradley Hewitt Nickname...................................................Cougars Colors.............................................. Red and White Web Site ........................ www.SIUECougars.com Conference................Ohio Valley (Reclassifying) Home Field ......................... Ralph Korte Stadium Head Coach ......................................Derek Burton HC Alma Mater.........Arkansas Little-Rock, 1997 HC Career Record .........................62-46-9 (7 yrs.) HC Record At School ......................8-18-2 (2 yrs.) 2009 Record .................................................... 3-10-2 Conference Record/Finish ........................... None Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 18/2 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 9/2 Soccer SID ............................................... Eric Hess SID Phone ........................................(618) 650-3608 SID Email.......................................ehess@siue.edu

MOREHEAD STATE EASTERN KENTUCKY AUSTIN PEAY Friday, Sept. 24, Morehead, Ky. All-time series: UTM leads 8-5-1 Streak: MSU W2

Sunday, Sept. 26, Richmond, Ky. All-time series: UTM leads 3-1-2 Streak: UTM W1

Friday, Oct. 1, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: UTM leads 5-2-1 Streak: UTM W1

Location .......................................... Morehead, Ky. Founded ............................................................1887 Enrollment .......................................................9,046 President ..........................Dr. Wayne D. Andrews Director of Athletics................ Brian Hutchinson Nickname...................................................... Eagles Colors............................................... Blue and Gold Web Site ............................www.MSUEagles.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field ..................................... Jayne Stadium Head Coach ..................................... Warren Lipka HC Alma Mater................... South Carolina, 1985 HC Career Record .................190-146-34 (18 yrs.) HC Record At School ..........................8-7-4 (1 yr.) 2009 Record ...................................................... 8-7-4 Conference Record/Finish ................... 5-0-3 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 15/4 Starters Returning/Lost .................................. N/A Soccer SID .......................................Nick Feldman SID Phone ........................................(606) 783-2500 SID Email.............nwfeld01@moreheadstate.edu

Location .......................................... Richmond, Ky. Founded ............................................................1906 Enrollment .....................................................16,200 President ................................. Dr. Doug Whitlock Director of Athletics.......................... Mark Sandy Nickname.................................................. Colonels Colors....................................... Maroon and White Web Site .............................www.EKUSports.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field ................................ EKU Soccer Field Head Coach ...............................Lindsey Basalyga HC Alma Mater............................ Maryland, 2001 HC Career Record .......................22-55-12 (5 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 5-10-3 Conference Record/Finish ...................2-3-3 (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 11/8 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 5/6 Soccer SID ............................................. Steve Fohl SID Phone ........................................(859) 622-1253 SID Email................................steve.fohl@eku.edu

Location ......................................Clarksville, Tenn. Founded ............................................................1927 Enrollment ....................................................10, 188 President ...................................................Tim Hall Director of Athletics............................. Dave Loos Nickname.............................................. Lady Govs Colors.............................................. Red and White Web Site ........................... www.LetsGoPeay.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field .................. Morgan Bros. Soccer Field Head Coach ........................................ Kelley Guth HC Alma Mater....................... Florida State, 1996 HC Career Record .......................40-92-17 (8 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 1-13-4 Conference Record/Finish ...................0-6-2 (9th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 10/1 Soccer SID ..................................Alaric Klinghard SID Phone ........................................(931) 221-7561 SID Email........................... klingharda@apsu.edu

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2010 OPPONENTS JACKSONVILLE STATE TENNESSEE TECH Sunday, Oct. 3, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: Series tied 3-3-2 Streak: UTM W2

Sunday, Oct. 10, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: TTU leads 8-5-1 Streak: TTU W1

ARK.-PINE BLUFF Friday, Oct. 15 Pine Bluff, Ark. All-time series: First Meeting Streak: None

Location ...................................... Jacksonville, Ala. Founded ............................................................1883 Enrollment .......................................................9,061 President ..........................Dr. William A. Meehan Director of Athletics...........................Oval Jaynes Nickname..............................................Gamecocks Colors.............................................. Red and White Web Site ............ www.JSUGamecockSports.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field .................................. JSU Soccer Field Head Coach ....................................... Julie Carlson HC Alma Mater........................Wright State, 1997 HC Career Record .........................34-81-8 (7 yrs.) HC Record At School ....................30-53-8 (5 yrs.) 2009 Record .................................................... 8-10-0 Conference Record/Finish ...................2-6-0 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 19/4 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 9/2 Soccer SID .......................................Tony Schmidt SID Phone ........................................(256) 782-5377 SID Email.................................. aschmidt@jsu.edu

Location ...................................... Cookeville, Tenn. Founded ............................................................1915 Enrollment .....................................................10,796 President .........................................Dr. Robert Bell Director of Athletics.........................Mark Wilson Nickname........................................ Golden Eagles Colors........................................... Purple and Gold Web Site ............................. www.TTUSports.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field ................................ Tech Soccer Field Head Coach ....................................Daniel Brizard HC Alma Mater.................................... Berry, 1995 HC Career Record ............................0-0-0 (1st yr.) HC Record At School .......................0-0-0 (1st yr.) 2009 Record .................................................... 7-12-3 Conference Record/Finish ...................3-3-2 (4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 19/3 Starters Returning/Lost .................................. N/A Soccer SID ...................................... Kate Nicewicz SID Phone ........................................(931) 372-3293 SID Email...........................knicewicz@tntech.edu

Location ..........................................Pine Bluff, Ark. Founded ............................................................1873 Enrollment .......................................................3,800 President .....................Dr. Lawrence A. Davis, Jr. Director of Athletics.....Louis “Skip” Perkins, Jr. Nickname..............................................Lady Lions Colors..............................................Black and Gold Web Site ...................www.UAPBLionsRoar.com Conference.........................Southwestern Athletic Home Field .................................Lady Lions Field Head Coach ...................................Roberto Mazza HC Alma Mater.................................... Tiffin, 2006 HC Career Record .........................21-24-5 (3 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 12-7-4 Conference Record/Finish ..........3-1-0 (1st West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost .................................. N/A Soccer SID .................................. Andrew Roberts SID Phone ........................................(870) 575-7949 SID Email................................robertsa@uapb.edu

MURRAY STATE

EASTERN ILLINOIS SOUTHEAST MISSOURI

Sunday, Oct. 17, Martin, Tenn. All-time series: MSU leads 8-2-2 Streak: MSU W1

Friday, Oct. 22 Charleston, Ill. All-time series: EIU leads 10-3-1 Streak: UTM W3

Sunday, Oct. 24 Cape Girardeau, Mo. All-time series: SEMO leads 9-2-2 Streak: UTM W1

Location ............................................... Murray, Ky. Founded ............................................................1922 Enrollment .....................................................10,078 President ..................................... Dr. Randy Dunn Director of Athletics........................... Allen Ward Nickname...................................................... Racers Colors............................................. Navy and Gold Web Site ............................... www.GoRacers.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field .......................................Cutchin Field Head Coach .....................................Beth Acreman HC Alma Mater..................................Barton, 1999 HC Career Record .........................39-25-9 (4 yrs.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record .................................................... 11-9-2 Conference Record/Finish .................. 5-2-1 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 19/4 Starters Returning/Lost .................................. 10/1 Soccer SID .......................................... Ryan Haage SID Phone ........................................(270) 809-7051 SID Email..........................................................TBA

Location ...........................................Charleston, Ill. Founded ............................................................1895 Enrollment .....................................................11,075 President ................................... Dr. William Perry Director of Athletics...................... Barbara Burke Nickname.................................................. Panthers Colors............................................... Blue and Gray Web Site ..........................www.EIUPanthers.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field ..................................... Lakeside Field Head Coach ...................................Summer Perala HC Alma Mater.................. Western Illinois, 2002 HC Career Record ...............................7-8-5 (1 yr.) HC Record At School .................................... Same 2009 Record ...................................................... 7-8-5 Conference Record/Finish ...................3-3-2 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 15/6 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 7/4 Soccer SID ............................................ Ben Turner SID Phone ........................................(217) 581-7020 SID Email................................. bwturner@eiu.edu

Location ............................... Cape Girardeau, Mo. Founded ............................................................1873 Enrollment .....................................................10,859 President ....................... Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Director of Athletics........................... John Shafer Nickname............................................... Redhawks Colors............................................... Red and Black Web Site ..........................www.GoSoutheast.com Conference...........................................Ohio Valley Home Field ...................................Houck Stadium Head Coach ..................................Heather Nelson HC Alma Mater.....................Saskatchewan, 1992 HC Career Record .................141-113-28 (14 yrs.) HC Record At School ..............110-64-23 (11 yrs.) 2009 Record ...................................................... 8-7-3 Conference Record/Finish ...................2-3-3 (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost .................................. N/A Soccer SID ...................................Brett Maikowski SID Phone ........................................(573) 651-2937 SID Email................. bmmaikowski1s@semo.edu

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ALL-TIME SEASON RESULTS 1998

1999

• The OVC sanctions women’s soccer and UT Martin becomes one of the five inaugural members • Dr. Ruth Holden guided UTM for the opening season of soccer with the first win coming against Morehead State • Joanna Maas and Kim Thompson were named to the All-OVC First Team and Lisa de la Mothe was named All-OVC Honorable Mention

• The OVC expands to a six-team field as Southeast Missouri competes in league play for the first time • Kelli Armstrong named All-OVC Second Team and Kim Thompson named All-OVC Honorable Mention • Skyhawks advanced to the first-ever OVC Tournament but fell to Middle Tennessee State

Record: 1-19 (0-5-0 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Dr. Ruth Holden

Record: 2-15 (1-3-0 OVC) Coach: Dr. Ruth Holden Date

Opponent

Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 30 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 30 Nov. 1

Tennessee Tech at Ole Miss at Chattanooga Morehead State* at Memphis at Eastern Illinois* at Lambuth Middle Tennessee* at Arkansas-Little Rock at Drury North Alabama at Tennessee Tech* at Belmont vs. Troy State^ at Jacksonville State^ at Saint Louis at Middle Tennessee

Result

2000 • The OVC adds Murray State to the women’s soccer field, but remains a six-team league as Middle Tennessee State leaves the conference • UTM suffered its only winless season in program history as Nathan Pifer took over as head coach. • Amanda Cadell and Paige Robinson both named to All-OVC Second Team

Score

L L L W L L L L (OT) L L W L L L L L L

1-0 12-0 5-1 2-1 7-1 7-1 5-2 1-0 7-2 5-0 4-2 1-0 6-0 4-0 6-0 12-0 7-0

* Ohio Valley Conference Match ^ Kick Out Cancer Tournament - Jacksonville, Ala.

Date

Opponent

Aut. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 19 Sept. 25 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 4

Ole Miss at North Alabama Belmont Drury at Middle Tennessee* Saint Louis Southwest Missouri Arkansas-Little Rock at Centenary at Northwestern State at High Point at East Tennessee at Tennessee Tech* at Morehead State* Appalachian State Southeast Louisiana at Southeast Missouri* Chattanooga Eastern Illinois* Middle Tennessee#

Result L L (OT) L L L (OT) L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L

Record: 0-18-0 (0-5-0 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Nathan Pifer Score 8-0 4-3 5-1 4-2 4-3 7-0 7-0 2-1 9-0 7-0 4-0 4-2 4-0 5-3 5-0 3-0 3-1 2-1 4-1 6-1

* Ohio Valley Conference Match # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Date

Opponent

Aug. 26 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 7 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Nov. 1

Louisville Northwestern State^ at Southeastern Louisiana^ at Arkansas-Little Rock Centenary Christian Brothers at Drury at Eastern Illinois* East Tennessee Valparaiso at Murray State* at Southwest Missouri Tennessee Tech* at Belmont at Southeast Missouri* Morehead State* at Chattanooga at Murray State#

Result L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

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

^ Smith Properties/Southeastern Classic - Hammond, La. * Ohio Valley Conference Match # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

2001

2002

2003

• Caryn Scheufler sets OVC record with 18 saves against Southeast Missouri State • UTM misses OVC Tournament in first year of the top four teams qualifying tournament format • Caryn Scheufler and Meghann McMullen both named to the All-OVC Second Team

• The OVC expands to a seven-team field as Austin Peay competes in league play for the first time • UTM head coach Nathan Pifer named OVC Coach of the Year after recording program’s highest finish • Freshman Dani Myrick sets UTM record for points in a season with 39, off 16 goals and three assists • A record five Skyhawks named to the All-OVC Team

• The OVC expands to a nine-team field as Samford and Jacksonville State join the conference • UTM records first back-to-back winning season • Katie Jackson matched the single season goal record • Kindal Keim named to All-OVC First Team Jamie Ohlheiser named to All-OVC Second Team, Lindsey Tilk and Katie Jackson named to All-OVC Third Team

Record: 9-7-3 (3-2-1 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Nathan Pifer

Record: 9-7-3 (4-2-3 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Nathan Pifer

Record: 4-14-0 (1-4-0 OVC) Coach: Nathan Pifer Date

Opponent

Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 28 Oct. 31

Missouri State at Evansville Middle Tennessee* at Christian Brothers at Memphis Belmont at Arkansas-Little Rock at Tennessee Tech* at Alabama Lipscomb Chattanooga at Louisville at Morehead State* at Arkansas State Eastern Illinois* Southeast Missouri* Florida Atlantic Murray State*

Result L L L L L L W L L W L (OT) L W W L L L L

Score 1-0 7-0 3-2 12-0 3-0 3-2 2-1 2-0 5-0 2-0 3-2 3-1 4-1 1-0 4-1 2-0 7-1 4-1

Date

Opponent

Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Nov. 1 Nov. 3 Nov. 8

Louisville at Southwest Missouri Arkansas State Stephen F. Austin^ Arkansas-Little Rock^ at Jackson State at Southeast Louisiana at Lipscomb Austin Peay* Memphis Tennessee Tech* Morehead State* at Belmont at Murray State* at Eastern Illinois* at Southeast Missouri* at Chattanooga Alabama at Eastern Illinois#

Result

Score

W 2-1 L 4-0 W 5-2 L 2-1 W 4-1 W 7-0 T (2OT) 1-1 T (2OT) 0-0 W 4-0 W (OT) 3-2 W 2-0 W 10-3 W 4-1 T (2OT) 1-1 L 1-0 L 3-0 L (OT) 3-2 L 3-0 L 1-0

Date

Opponent

Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Oct 31 Nov. 4

Cumberland Missouri State at Stephen F. Austin at Arkansas State Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas-Little Rock^ Belmont^ Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne at Jacksonville State* at Samford* at Memphis Murray State* at Lipscomb Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois at Austin Peay* at Tennessee Tech* Morehead State* Southeast Missouri#

Result

* Ohio Valley Conference Match ^ PUMA Skyhawk Invitational * Ohio Valley Conference Match # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

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W T (OT) L W L (OT) W W W T (2OT) L (OT) L W L L T (2OT) W W W L

Score 5-0 1-1 5-2 1-0 2-1 4-1 8-0 3-1 0-0 1-0 3-1 4-2 1-0 2-1 3-3 2-1 2-1 5-0 2-0


ALL-TIME SEASON RESULTS 2005

2006

• UTM played a program low 17 matches, and finished eighth in the OVC • Kindal Kiem led the Skyhawks with five goals scored • UTM did not shutout an opponent for the first time since the 2000 season • Jamie Ohlheiser named All-OVC First Team, Katie Behrens named All-OVC Second Team

2004

• The OVC expands to the current a ten-team field as Eastern Kentucky competes for the first time • UTM sets OVC records for both shots-per-game and goals-per-game • UTM tallied nine wins for the third time in four years • Dani Myrick and Katie Behrens were both named to the All-OVC Second Team

• In Craig Roberts’ first season, UTM set a program record with seven shutouts, including 677:13 minutes of scoreless defense spanning over six matches • Cara Sullivan became the first Skyhawk to earn recognition on the SoccerBuzz National Team of the Week • Katie Behrens named to All-OVC First Team and Cara Sullivan named to All-OVC Newcomer Team

Record: 4-11-2 (1-7-0 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Nathan Pifer

Record: 9-10-0 (3-6-0 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Nathan Pifer

Record: 5-9-5 (2-3-4 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Craig Roberts

Date

Opponent

Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 9 Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 29

at Chattanooga at Belmont Southern Miss# at South Alabama# Memphis Louisiana-Monroe^ Arkansas State^ at Morehead State* at Arkansas-Little Rock Jacksonville State* Samford* at Murray State* at Southeast Missouri* at Eastern Illinois* Austin Peay* Tennessee Tech* Lipscomb

Result

Score

L W T (2OT) L L L W L T (2OT) L L L L L W (2OT) L W

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

# Kelme Port City Classic - Mobile, Ala. ^ PUMA Skyhawk Invitational * Ohio Valley Conference Match

Date

Opponent

Aug. 26 Aug. 28 Aug. 31 Sept. 4 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 13 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 28

vs. Centenary# at Louisiana-Monroe# Chattanooga at Missouri State at Memphis South Alabama^ Arkansas-Little Rock^ Belmont at Arkansas State at Tennessee Tech* at Austin Peay* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* at Samford* at Jacksonville State* Murray State* Eastern Illinois* Southeast Missouri* Lipscomb

Result

Score

L W W L L W W W (2OT) L (OT) L (OT) L (2OT) W W L L L L (OT) W W

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

# Waterfront Grill Classic - Monroe, La. ^ PUMA Skyhawk Invitational * Ohio Valley Conference Match

Date

Opponent

Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 21 Oct. 27 Oct. 31

at Belmont Memphis Missouri State at Chattanooga East Tennessee State^ Arkansas State^ vs. Northern Arizona& vs. Long Beach State& at Eastern Illinois* at Southeast Missouri* Tennessee Tech Austin Peay* at Eastern Kentucky* at Morehead State* Samford* Jacksonville State* at Murray State* at Lipscomb Eastern Illinois#

Result

Score

L L L T (2OT) W W (2OT) L L L L W L T (2OT) T (2OT) T (2OT) W T (2OT) W L

4-1 7-0 4-1 1-1 3-2 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 1-0

^ PUMA Skyhawk Invitational & Northern Arizona Invitational * Ohio Valley Conference Match # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

2007

2008

2009

• UTM had the winningest season in program history with a record 10 wins • UTM advanced to the semi-finals of the OVC Tournament for the first time in program history • Katie Behrens and Jamie Price were both named to the All-Ohio Valley Conference Team • Katie Behrens named UTM Female Athlete of the Year

• UTM ties a program record with 10 wins and advanced to the OVC Championship for the first time • Danielle Rogers named All-OVC first team, while Kelly Ann Hutchinson and Melissa Govea named All-OVC Newcomers • UTM has five OVC Players of the Week, including four straight mentions

• In Craig Roberts’ final season, the Skyhawks earned the program’s first-ever Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title • Danielle Rogers became the first Skyhawk to earn OVC Defensive Player of the Year, as she was one of five Skyhawks that took home All-OVC honors • UT Martin had five OVC Players of the Week

Record: 10-6-3 (4-2-3 OVC) OVC Tournament 1-1 Coach: Craig Roberts

Record: 10-5-4 (4-2-2 OVC) OVC Tournament 1-1-1 Coach: Craig Roberts

Date

Opponent

Aug. 31 Sept. 8 Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 6 Nov. 9

at Lipscomb vs. Pacific& at Hawaii& Bacone College^ Christian Brothers^ at Memphis at Arkansas State at Lambuth at Samford* at Jacksonville State* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* at Tennessee Tech* at Austin Peay* Eastern Illinois* Southeast Missouri Murray State* vs. Morehead State# vs. Southeast Missouri#

Result W L L W W L W W L T (20T) W W T (2OT) W W (OT) T L (OT) W L

Score 2-0 1-0 3-0 8-0 8-1 4-1 2-0 7-1 3-0 1-1 1-0 3-1 0-0 1-0 2-1 0-0 2-1 2-0 1-0

& Outrigger Hotels Soccer Classic - Waipahu, Hawaii ^ PUMA Skyhawk Invitational * Ohio Valley Conference Match # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

Date

Opponent

Aug. 22 Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 5 Sept. 7 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 26 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 24 Oct. 26 Nov. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. 9

Alabama A&M Belmont Mississippi Valley State SIU Edwardsville% UNC Asheville% San Francisco^ at Pacific^ Bethel Eastern Illinois* at Southeast Missouri* at Murray State* Jacksonville State* at Eastern Kentucky* at Morehead State* Tennessee Tech* Austin Peay* Tennessee Tech# Eastern Kentucky# Morehead State#

Result

Record: 9-7-0 (6-2-0 OVC) OVC Tournament 0-1 Coach: Craig Roberts Score

W L W W T (2OT) L W W W T (2OT) L W L W W T (2 OT) W T (4-3 PK) L

& Racer-Hampton Inn Classic - Murray, Ky. ^ Pacific Fall Tournament - Stockton, Calif. * Ohio Valley Conference Match # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

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

Date

Opponent

Aug. 28 Aug. 30 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Oct. 31 Nov. 6

Lipscomb at Belmont at Florida Gulf Coast^ Stetson^ Missouri-Kansas City& at Vanderbilt SIU Edwardsville at Tennessee Tech* at Jacksonville State* Murray State* Southeast Missouri* Eastern Kentucky* Morehead State* at Austin Peay* Eastern Illinois% Murray State#

Result

Score

W L L L W L W L (2OT) W W W W L W W L

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

^ Embassy Suites Kick-off Classic - Fort Myers, Fla. & PUMA Skyhawk Invitational * Ohio Valley Conference Match & Match played in Terre Haute, Ind. # Ohio Valley Conference Tournament

2009 Ohio Valley Conference CHAMPIONS

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RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS Skyhawks vs. Alabama

Skyhawks vs. Bethel

Alabama leads 2-0-0 Sept. 30, 2001 Nov. 3, 2002

at Tuscaloosa, Ala. Martin, Tenn.

UT Martin leads 1-0-0 L, 5-0 L, 3-0

Skyhawks vs. Alabama A&M UT Martin leads 1-0-0 Aug. 28, 2008

Martin, Tenn.

W, 2-1

Skyhawks vs. Appalachian State Appalachian State leads 1-0-0 Oct. 9, 1999

at Morehead, Ky.

L, 5-0

Skyhawks vs. Arkansas-Little Rock UT Martin leads 4-3-1 Oct. 3, 1998 Sept. 15, 1999 Sept. 8, 2000 Sept. 23, 2001 Sept. 15, 2002 Sept. 14, 2003 Sept. 26, 2004 Sept. 11, 2005

at Little Rock, Ark. Martin, Tenn. at Little Rock, Ark. Martin, Tenn. at Little Rock, Ark. Martin, Tenn. at Little Rock, Ark. Martin, Tenn.

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

Skyhawks vs. Arkansas State UT Martin leads 6-1-0 Oct. 19, 2001 Oct. 8, 2002 Sept. 7, 2003 Sept. 12, 2004 Sept. 18, 2005 Sept. 10, 2006 Sept. 21, 2007

at Jonesboro, Ark. Martin, Tenn. at Jonesboro, Ark. Martin, Tenn. at Jonesboro, Ark. Martin, Tenn. at Jonesboro, Ark.

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

UT Martin leads 5-2-1

Martin, Tenn. at Clarksville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Clarksville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Clarksville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Clarksville, Tenn.

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

UT Martin leads 1-0-0

Martin, Tenn.

W, 8-0

Skyhawks vs. Belmont Belmont leads 7-4-0 Oct. 14, 1998 Sept. 4, 1999 Oct. 7, 2000 Sept. 12, 2001 Oct. 16, 2002 Sept. 17, 2003 Sept. 1, 2004 Sept. 16, 2005 Aug. 25, 2006 Aug. 29, 2008 Aug. 30, 2009

at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn.

Sept. 18, 1999 Sept. 10, 2000 Aug. 26, 2005

at Schreveport, La. at Little Rock, Ark. at Monroe, La.

Chattanooga leads 5-2-1

Chattanooga, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn.

L, 5-1 W, 2-1 L, 6-1 L, 3-2 (OT) L, 3-2 (2OT) L, 4-1 W, 6-0 T, 1-1 (2OT)

Skyhawks vs. Christian Brothers Christian Brothers leads 2-1-0 Sept. 13, 2000 Sept. 7, 2001 Sept. 16, 2007

Martin, Tenn. at Memphis, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

L, 7-0 L, 12-0 W, 8-1

Skyhawks vs. Cumberland Martin, Tenn.

W, 5-0

Skyhawks vs. Drury L, 5-0 L, 4-2 L, 5-0

Skyhawks vs. East Tennessee State East Tennessee State leads 2-1-0 Sept. 26, 1999 Sept. 23, 2000 Sept. 8, 2006

at Johnson City, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

L, 6-0 L, 5-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 6-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 (2OT) L, 4-1 L, 1-0 L, 2-1

at Evansville, Ind.

Skyhawks vs. Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic leads 1-0-0 Oct. 28, 2001

Martin, Tenn.

Florida Gulf Coast leads 1-0-0 Sept. 4, 2009

Fort Myers, Fla.

L, 1-0

Skyhawks vs. Hawaii Hawaii leads 1-0-0 Sept. 9, 2007

at Honolulu, Hi.

L, 3-0

Skyhawks vs. High Point High Point leads 1-0-0 Sept. 25, 1999

at Johnson City, Tenn.

L, 4-0

Skyhawks vs. IPFW UT Martin leads 1-0-0 Sept. 21, 2003

Martin, Tenn.

W, 3-1

UT Martin leads 1-0-0 Sept. 20, 2002

at Jackson, Miss.

W, 7-0

L, 4-2 L, 2-1 W, 3-2

Series Tied 3-3-2 Oct. 25, 1998 Oct. 3, 2003 Oct. 1, 2004 Oct. 9, 2005 Oct. 15, 2006 Sept. 30, 2007 Oct. 12, 2008 Sept. 27, 2009

at Jacksonville, Ala. at Jacksonville, Ala. Martin, Tenn. at Jacksonville, Ala. Martin, Tenn. at Jacksonville, Ala. Martin, Tenn. at Jacksonville, Ala.

Skyhawks vs. Lambuth

Sept. 19, 1998 Oct. 29, 1999 Sept. 17, 2000 Oct. 21, 2001 Nov. 8, 2002 Oct. 25, 2002* Oct. 19, 2003 Oct. 17, 2004 Oct. 21, 2005 Sept. 22, 2006 Oct. 31, 2006* Oct. 19, 2007 Sept. 26, 2008 Oct. 31, 2009

Sept. 22, 1998 Sept. 24, 2007

L, 7-1 L, 4-1 L, 6-0 L, 4-1 L, 1-0 L, 1-0 T, 3-3 (2OT) L, 3-1 L, 1-0 (OT) L, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 W, 1-0

Skyhawks vs. Eastern Kentucky UT Martin leads 3-1-2

at Richmond, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

L, 7-1

Skyhawks vs. Florida Gulf Coast

Skyhawks vs. Eastern Illinois at Charleston, Ill. Martin, Tenn. at Charleston, Ill. Martin, Tenn. at Charleston, Ill. at Charleston, Ill. Martin, Tenn. at Charleston, Ill. Martin, Tenn. at Charleston, Ill. at Charleston, Ill. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Terre Haute, Ind.

L, 7-0

Skyhawks vs. Jacksonville State

Drury leads 3-0-0

at Springfield, Mo. Martin, Tenn. at Springfield, Mo.

Sept. 2, 2001

Skyhawks vs. Jackson State

UT Martin leads 1-0-0 Aug. 29, 2003

L, 1-0 T, 0-0 (4-3 PK) W, 2-0

Evansville leads 1-0-0 L, 9-0 L, 8-1 L, 2-1

Skyhawks vs. Chattanooga Sept. 8, 1998 Oct. 22, 1999 Oct. 24, 2000 Oct. 9, 2001 Nov. 1, 2002 Aug. 27, 2004 Aug. 31, 2005 Sept. 3, 2006

at Richmond, Ky. Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn.

Skyhawks vs. Evansville

Centenary leads 3-0-0

Oct. 6, 2004 Sept. 30, 2005 Oct. 5, 2007

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Eastern Illinois leads 10-3-1

Skyhawks vs. Bacone Sept. 14, 2007

Martin, Tenn.

Skyhawks vs. Centenary

Oct. 4, 1998 Sept. 5, 1999 Sept. 15, 2000

Skyhawks vs. Austin Peay Sept. 29, 2002 Oct. 24, 2003 Oct. 22, 2004 Sept. 25, 2005 Oct. 1, 2006 Oct. 14, 2007 Oct. 26, 2008 Oct. 25, 2009

Sept. 21, 2008

Oct. 17, 2008 Nov. 7, 2008* Oct. 16, 2009

T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 6-0 W, 1-0

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

Series tied 1-1-0

at Jackson, Tenn. at Jackson, Tenn.

L, 5-2 W, 7-1

Skyhawks vs. Lipscomb UT Martin leads 6-1-1 Oct. 5, 2001 Sept. 27, 2002 Oct. 14, 2003 Oct. 29, 2004 Oct, 28, 2005 Oct. 27, 2006 Aug. 31, 2007 Aug. 28, 2009

Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Nashville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

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

Skyhawks vs. Long Beach State Long Beach State leads 1-0-0 Sept. 21, 2006

at Flagsta, Ariz.

L, 1-0

Skyhawks vs. Louisiana Monroe Series Tied 1-1-0 Sept. 10, 2004

Martin, Tenn.

L, 2-0


RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS Aug. 28, 2005

at Monroe, La.

W, 2-0

Skyhawks vs. Louisville Louisville leads 2-1-0 Aug. 26, 2000 Oct. 12, 2001 Aug. 30, 2002

Martin, Tenn. at Louisville, Ky. Martin, Tenn.

L, 4-0 L, 3-1 W, 2-1

Skyhawks vs. Memphis Memphis leads 7-1-0 Sept. 16, 1998 Sept. 9, 2001 Oct. 4, 2002 Oct. 8, 2003 Sept. 8, 2004 Sept. 7, 2005 Aug. 27, 2006 Sept. 18, 2007

at Memphis, Tenn. at Memphis, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Memphis, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Memphis, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Memphis, Tenn.

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

Skyhawks vs. Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee leads 5-0-0 Sept. 30, 1998 Nov. 1, 1998* Sept. 8, 1999 Nov. 4, 1999* Sept. 5, 2000

Martin, Tenn. at Murfreesboro, Tenn. at Murfreesboro, Tenn. at Murfreesboro, Tenn. Martin, Tenn.

L, 1-0 L, 7-0 L, 4-3 (2OT) L, 6-1 L, 3-2

Skyhawks vs. Miss. Valley State UT Martin leads 1-0-0 Aug. 31, 2008

Martin, Tenn.

W, 1-0

Nov. 1, 2000* Oct. 31, 2001 Oct. 20, 2002 Oct. 12, 2003 Oct, 9, 2004 Oct. 13, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006 Oct. 28, 2007 Oct. 5, 2008 Oct. 4, 2009 Nov. 6, 2009*

at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Morehead, Ky.

Skyhawks vs. North Alabama Series Tied 1-1-0 Oct. 7, 1998 Sept. 1, 1999

Martin, Tenn. at Florence, Ala.

Northern Arizona leads 1-0-0 Sept. 15, 2006

at Flagsta, Ariz.

Northwestern State leads 2-0-0 Sept. 19, 1999 Sept. 1, 2000

at Natchitoches, La. at Hammond, La.

Sept. 6, 1998 Aug. 28, 1999

at Oxford, Miss. Martin, Tenn.

(Formerly Southwest Missouri State) Sept. 12, 1999 Sept. 29, 2000 Aug. 31, 2001 Sept. 1, 2002 Aug. 31, 2003 Sept. 4, 2005 Sept. 1, 2006

Martin, Tenn. at Springfield, Mo. Martin, Tenn. at Springfield, Mo. Martin, Tenn. at Springfield, Mo. Martin, Tenn.

L, 7-0 L, 6-0 L, 1-0 L, 4-0 T, 1-1 (2OT) L, 4-0 L, 4-1

Skyhawks vs. Morehead State UT Martin leads 8-5-1 Sept. 12, 1998 Oct. 8, 1999 Oct. 21, 2000 Oct. 14, 2001 Oct. 11, 2002 Oct. 31, 2003 Sept, 24, 2004 Oct. 2, 2005 Oct. 8, 2006 Oct. 7, 2007 Nov. 6, 2007* Oct. 19, 2008 Nov. 9, 2008* Oct. 18, 2009

Martin, Tenn. at Morehead, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Morehead, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Morehead, Ky. Martin, Tenn. at Morehead, Ky. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Morehead, Ky. at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn.

L, 12-0 L, 8-0

W, 2-1 L, 5-3 L, 5-0 W, 4-1 W, 10-3 W, 5-0 L, 4-1 W, 7-1 T, 0-0 (2OT) W, 3-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 L, 1-0 L, 3-2

at St. Louis, Mo. Martin, Tenn.

L, 1-0 W, 1-0

L, 12-0 L, 7-0

Skyhawks vs. Samford Samford leads 4-0-1 Oct. 5, 2003 Oct. 3, 2004 Oct. 7, 2005 Oct. 13, 2006 Sept. 28, 2007

at Birmingham, Ala. Martin, Tenn. at Birmingham, Ala. Martin, Tenn. at Birmingham, Ala.

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

Skyhawks vs. San Francisco San Francisco leads 1-0-0 Sept. 12, 2008

at Stockton, Calif.

L, 1-0

Skyhawks vs. SIU Edwardsville UT Martin leads 2-0-0 Sept. 5, 2008 Sept. 20, 2009

at Murray, Ky. Martin, Tenn.

W, 4-1 W, 5-0

Series Tied 0-0-1 Sept. 3, 2004

at Mobile, Ala.

T, 0-0 (2OT)

Skyhawks vs. Stephen F. Austin Martin, Tenn. at Nacogdoches, Texas

L, 2-1 L, 5-2

Skyhawks vs. Stetson Fort Myers, Fla.

L, 5-0 W, 3-2

Oct. 19, 1999

Southeast Missouri leads 9-2-2

L, 1-0

Skyhawks vs. Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech leads 8-5-1 Sept. 4, 1998 Oct. 9, 1998 Oct. 1, 1999 Oct. 1, 2000 Sept. 28, 2001 Oct. 6, 2002 Oct. 26, 2003 Oct. 24, 2004 Sept. 23, 2005 Sept. 29, 2006 Oct. 12, 2007 Oct. 24, 2008 Nov. 4, 2008* Sept. 25, 2009

Martin, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Cookeville, Tenn.

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

Skyhawks vs. Troy State Troy State leads 1-0-0 Oct. 24, 1998

at Jacksonville, Ala.

L, 4-0

Skyhawks vs. UNC Asheville Series tied 0-0-1 Sept. 7, 2008

at Murray, Ky.

Sept. 24, 2000

Mobile, Ala. Martin, Tenn.

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

Skyhawks vs. Southern Mississippi

Sept. 5, 2004 Sept. 9, 2005

Sept. 27, 2000

L, 7-0

Martin, Tenn. at Hammond, La. at Hammond, La. Martin, Tenn.

Skyhawks vs. Valparaiso

Series Tied 1-1-0

Skyhawks vs. Southeast Missouri

at Murray, Ky.

Oct. 12, 1999 Sept. 3, 2000 Sept. 22, 2002 Sept. 12, 2003

Skyhawks vs. South Alabama

Skyhawks vs. Murray State Murray State leads 8-2-2

Southeastern Louisiana leads 3-0-1

Sept. 6, 2009

Skyhawks vs. Saint Louis Oct. 30, 1998 Sept. 10, 1999

L, 2-0 L, 2-0 L, 3-0 L, 2-1 L, 2-0 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 T, 0-0 L, 0-1 T, 1-1 W, 2-1

Stetson leads 1-0-0

Saint Louis leads 2-0-0

Missouri State leads 6-0-1

at Cape Girardeau, Mo. Martin, Tenn. at Cape Girardeau, Mo. Martin, Tenn. Martin, Tenn. at Cape Girardeau, Mo. Martin, Tenn. at Cape Girardeau, Mo. Martin, Tenn. at Cape Girardeau, Mo. at Cape Girardeau, Mo. Martin, Tenn.

Skyhawks vs. Southeastern Louisiana

Sept. 13, 2002 Sept. 5, 2003

Series tied 1-1-0

at Honolulu, Hi. at Stockton, Calif.

Oct. 17, 2000 Oct. 24, 2001 Oct. 27, 2002 Oct. 17, 2003 Nov. 4, 2003* Oct. 15, 2004 Oct, 23, 2005 Sept. 24, 2006 Oct. 21, 2007 Nov. 9, 2007* Sept. 28, 2008 Oct. 11, 2009

Stephen F. Austin leads 2-0-0

Ole Miss leads 2-0

Sept. 8, 2007 Sept. 14, 2008

Skyhawks vs. Missouri State

L, 7-0 L, 6-1

Skyhawks vs. Ole Miss

Sept. 11, 2009

W, 3-0

L, 1-0

Skyhawks vs. Northwestern State

Skyhawks vs. Pacific

Martin, Tenn.

W, 4-2 L, 4-3 (OT)

Skyhawks vs. Northern Arizona

Skyhawks vs. Missouri-Kansas City UT Martin leads 1-0-0

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

T, 0-0

Valparaiso leads 1-0-0

Martin, Tenn.

L, 6-0

Skyhawks vs. Vanderbilt Vanderbilt leads 1-0-0 Sept. 18, 2009

Nashville, Tenn.

L, 3-0

at Cape Girardeau, Mo. L, 3-1

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ALL-TIME RECORDS INDIV. CAREER RECORDS MATCHES PLAYED 1. 2. 3.

8. 9. 10.

Caitlin Smith (2005-08) ....................................... 76 Sherrie Weeks (1999-02) ...................................... 74 Sophie Cox (2006-09)........................................... 73 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................. 73 Lindsey Tilk (2002-05)......................................... 73 Katie Behrens (2004-07) ...................................... 73 Jamie Price (2004-07 ............................................ 73 Katie Hausauer (2002-05) ................................... 72 Lydia Lloyd (1998-01) ......................................... 70 Dani Myrick (2002-05)......................................... 69

7. 8. 9. 10.

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

MATCHES STARTED 1. 2.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Caitlin Smith (2005-08) ....................................... 75 Lindsey Tilk (2002-05)......................................... 73 Sherrie Weeks (1999-02) ...................................... 73 Katie Behrens (2004-07) ...................................... 73 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................. 72 Sophie Cox (2006-09)........................................... 71 Dani Myrick (2002-05)......................................... 65 Jamie Price (2004-07) ........................................... 52 Lydia Lloyd (1998-01) ......................................... 61 Meghan McMullen (1998-01) ............................. 59

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Dani Myrick (2002-05)......................................... 91 Katie Jackson (2002-05) ....................................... 70 Katie Behrens (2004-07) ...................................... 55 Sherrie Weeks (1999-02) ...................................... 40 Kindal Keim (2003-05) ........................................ 38 Kim Thompson (1998-99) ................................... 25 Amy King (2001-03) ............................................ 24 Christina Moore (2001-04) .................................. 24 Sophie Cox (2006-09)........................................... 23 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................. 23

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

10.

Dani Myrick (2002-05)......................................... 35 Katie Jackson (2002-05) ...................................... 31 Katie Behrens (2004-07) ..................................... 22 Sherrie Weeks (1999-00) ...................................... 16 Kindal Keim (2003).............................................. 13 Kim Thompson (1998-99) ................................... 10 Christina Moore (2001-04) .................................. 10 Sophie Cox (2006-09)............................................. 9 Amy King (2001-03) .............................................. 9 Jamie Price (2004-07) ............................................. 9 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................... 8 Jamie Ohlheiser (2003-05)..................................... 8

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8. 10.

Dani Myrick (2002-05)......................................... 21 Kindal Keim (2003-05) ........................................ 12 Katie Behrens (2004-07) ...................................... 11 Amanda Cadell (1999-01) ..................................... 9 Jenni Duffy (2007-present) .................................. 8 Katie Jackson (2002-05) ......................................... 8 Sherrie Weeks (1999-02) ........................................ 8 Tavi Renier (2000-02) ............................................. 7 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................... 7 Amy King (2001-03) .............................................. 6

SHOTS 1. 2. 2. 3. 5. 6.

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Katie Behrens (2004-07) .................................... 244 Dani Myrick (2002-05)....................................... 186 Katie Jackson (2002-05) ..................................... 181 Sherrie Weeks (1999-02) .................................... 175 Kindal Keim (2003-05) ...................................... 103 Sophie Cox (2006-09)........................................... 95

Melissa Govea (2008-present) .......................... 93 Jenni Duffy (2007-present) ................................ 85 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................. 84 Jamie Furstenberg (2006-09)............................... 82

Dani Myrick (2002-05)........................................... 8 Brooke Robertson (2008-present) ...................... 6 Katie Jackson (2002-05) ......................................... 6 Jamie Price (2004-07) ............................................. 5 Katie Imperiale (2008-present) ........................... 4 Jamie Ohlheiser (2003-2005)................................. 4 Sophie Cox (2006-present).................................... 3 Kindal Keim (2003-05) .......................................... 3 Rachel Callahan (2001-04) .................................... 3 Katie Behrens (2004-07) ........................................ 3

MATCHES PLAYED--GOALKEEPER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Megan Dempsey (2002-05) ................................. 66 Caryn Scheufler (2001-02) .................................. 35 Johanna Rathbun (2007-08) ................................ 33 Paige Robinson (1999-00) ................................... 30 Jane Carroll (1999-00) .......................................... 28 Cara Sullivan (2006-07) ....................................... 22 Nichole Keltz (1999-01) ....................................... 19 Joanna Maas (1998).............................................. 17 Aubrey Buehler (2009) ........................................ 16 Bethany White (2003) .......................................... 14 Allison Cofer (2005)............................................. 14

MINUTES--GOALKEEPER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Megan Dempsey (2002-05) ........................ 4635:26 Caryn Scheufler (2001-02) ......................... 2968:25 Johanna Rathbun (2007-08) ....................... 2888:20 Paige Robinson (1999-00) .......................... 2139:00 Cara Sullivan (2006-07) .............................. 2110:00 Aubrey Buehler (2009) ............................... 1400:31 Jane Carroll (1999-00) ................................... 951:00 Nikki Ammons (1998) .................................. 775:00 Allison Cofer (2005)...................................... 629:17 Nichole Keltz (1999-01) ................................ 481:51

SAVES--GOALKEEPER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Paige Robinson (1999-00) ................................. 269 Caryn Scheufler (2001-02) ................................ 260 Megan Dempsey (2002-05) ............................... 259 Cara Sullivan (2006-07) ..................................... 154 Nichole Keltz (1998-01) ..................................... 130 Jane Carroll (1999-00) ........................................ 123 Johanna Rathbun (2007-08) .............................. 121 Nikki Ammons (1998) ......................................... 79 Aubrey Buehler (2009) ........................................ 46 Allison Cofer (2005)............................................. 43

SHUTOUTS--GOALKEEPER 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

Johanna Rathbun (2007-08) ................................ 10 Cara Sullivan (2006-present) ................................ 8 Megan Dempsey (2002-05) ................................... 7 Caryn Scheufler (2001-02) .................................... 5 Nichole Keltz (1999-01) ......................................... 5 Christina Norton (2001) ........................................ 3 Ashley Angerer (2007-08) ..................................... 1

VICTORIES--GOALKEEPER 1. 2. 3.

7.

Megan Dempsey (2002-05) ................................. 19 Johanna Rathbun (2007-08) ................................ 18 Aubrey Buehler (2009) .......................................... 5 Cara Sullivan (2006-07) ......................................... 5 Caryn Scheufler (2001-02) .................................... 5 Nichole Keltz (1999-01) ......................................... 5 Ashley Angerer (2007-08) ..................................... 1

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GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (50% min.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Johanna Rathbun (2007-08) ............................. 0.78 Aubrey Buehler (2009) ..................................... 0.84 Megan Dempsey (2002-05) .............................. 1.51 Allison Cofer (2005).......................................... 1.72 Caryn Scheufler (2001-02) ............................... 2.00 Bethany White (2003) ....................................... 2.90 Paige Robinson (1999-00) ................................ 4.63

INDIV. SEASON RECORDS POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Dani Myrick................................................ 39, 2002 Katie Jackson .............................................. 35, 2003 Dani Myrick................................................ 29, 2003 Katie Jackson .............................................. 22, 2005 Dani Myrick................................................ 21, 2005 Katie Behrens ............................................. 21, 2007 Amy King ................................................... 17, 2002 Sherrie Weeks ............................................. 15, 2001 Kim Thompson .......................................... 15, 1998 Kindal Keim ............................................... 14, 2003

GOALS 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Dani Myrick................................................ 16, 2002 Katie Jackson .............................................. 16, 2003 Dani Myrick................................................ 11, 2003 Katie Jackson ............................................... 9, 2005 Dani Myrick.................................................. 8, 2005 Katie Behrens ............................................... 8, 2007 Amy King ..................................................... 7, 2002 Sherrie Weeks ............................................... 7, 2001 Katie Jackson ................................................ 6, 2002 Kelli Armstrong ........................................... 6, 1999 Sophie Cox.................................................... 6, 2007

ASSISTS 1. 3. 4.

8.

Dani Myrick.................................................. 7, 2003 Dani Myrick.................................................. 7, 2002 Kindal Keim ................................................. 6, 2003 Amanda Cadell ........................................... 5, 2001 Tavi Renier .................................................... 5, 2002 Dani Myrick.................................................. 5, 2005 Kindal Keim ................................................. 5, 2005 Katie Behrens ............................................... 5, 2007 Jenni Duffy ................................................... 4, 2007 Katie Jackson ................................................ 4, 2005 Sherrie Weeks ............................................... 4, 2002 Rachel Callahan ........................................... 4, 2003

SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Katie Behrens ............................................. 75, 2007 Sherrie Weeks ............................................. 69, 2002 Katie Behrens ............................................. 67, 2005 Katie Behrens ............................................. 65, 2006 Dani Myrick................................................ 63, 2005 Katie Jackson .............................................. 62, 2003 Katie Jackson .............................................. 59, 2005 Melissa Govea ........................................... 58, 2008 Dani Myrick................................................ 55, 2002 Dani Myrick................................................ 46, 2003

SAVES-GOALKEEPER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8.

Paige Robinson ........................................ 186, 2000 Cara Sullivan ............................................ 147, 2006 Caryn Scheufler ....................................... 144, 2001 Megan Dempsey ...................................... 119, 2003 Caryn Scheufler ....................................... 116, 2002 Jane Carroll ................................................. 94, 1999 Megan Dempsey ........................................ 83, 2004 Paige Robinson .......................................... 83, 1999


ALL-TIME RECORDS 9. 10.

Nikki Ammons........................................... 79, 1998 Johanna Rathbun ....................................... 66, 2008

VICTORIES-GOALKEEPER 1.

5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Aubrey Buehler ............................................ 9, 2009 Johanna Rathbun ......................................... 9, 2008 Johanna Rathbun ......................................... 9, 2007 Megan Dempsey .......................................... 9, 2003 Caryn Scheufler ........................................... 6, 2002 Megan Dempsey .......................................... 6, 2005 Cara Sullivan ................................................ 5, 2006 Megan Dempsey .......................................... 4, 2004 Nikki Keltz .................................................... 2, 1998 Ashley Angerer ............................................ 1, 2008 Allison Cofer ................................................ 1, 2005 Nichole Keltz ................................................ 1, 1999 Caryn Scheufler ........................................... 1, 2001

SHUTOUTS-GOALKEEPER 1. 2.

6. 7. 9.

Cara Sullivan ................................................ 7, 2006 Aubrey Buehler ............................................ 5, 2009 Johanna Rathbun ......................................... 5, 2008 Johanna Rathbun ......................................... 5, 2007 Nichole Keltz ................................................ 5, 2001 Megan Dempsey .......................................... 4, 2003 Christina Norton.......................................... 3, 2001 Caryn Scheufler ........................................... 3, 2002 Megan Dempsey .......................................... 2, 2004 Caryn Scheufler ........................................... 2, 2001

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Johanna Rathbun...................................0.67, 2008 Aubrey Buehler .....................................0.84, 2009 Johanna Rathbun ................................. 0.91, 2007 Megan Dempsey ................................. 1.15, 2003 Cara Sullivan ....................................... 1.32, 2006 Caryn Scheufler ................................... 1.42, 2002 Megan Dempsey ................................. 1.52, 2005 Megan Dempsey ................................. 1.57, 2002 Allison Cofer ........................................ 1.72, 2005 Megan Dempsey ................................. 1.87, 2004

SAVES PER GAME AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Paige Robinson .................................. 10.33, 2000 Caryn Scheufler ................................... 8.47, 2001 Nichole Keltz ....................................... 8.00, 1999 Cara Sullivan ....................................... 7.74, 2006 Paige Robinson .................................... 6.92, 1999 Caryn Scheufler ................................... 6.44, 2002 Megan Dempsey ................................. 6.26, 2003 Jane Carroll .......................................... 5.88, 1999 Megan Dempsey ................................. 4.88, 2004 Johanna Rathbun ................................. 3.88, 2008

INDIV. GAME RECORDS POINTS 8 8 7 6 5 5 4

Dani Myrick vs. Morehead State, Oct. 11, 2002 Kim Thompson vs. North Alabama, Oct. 7, 1998 Katie Jackson vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 30, 2005 Dani Myrick vs. Austin Peay, Sept. 29, 2002 Kelli Armstrong at Morehead State, Oct. 8, 1999 Kindal Keim vs. Morehead State, Oct. 2, 2005 28 times, most recently by Kendyl Wilson vs. Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 16, 2009

GOALS 4 3 3 3 2

Kim Thompson vs. North Alabama, Oct. 7, 1998 Katie Jackson vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 30, 2005 Dani Myrick vs. Morehead State, Oct. 22, 2002 Dani Myrick vs. Austin Peay, Sept. 29, 2002 24 times, most recently by Kendyl Wilson vs. Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 16, 2009

ASSISTS 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Jenni Duy vs. Bacone, Sept. 14, 2007 Katie Behrens vs. Bacone, Sept. 14, 2007 Tavi Renier at Belmont, Oct. 16, 2002 Amy Iwanicki vs. SIU Edwardsville, Sept. 20, 2009 Amanda Cadell vs. Middle Tennessee, Sept. 5, 2001 Rachel Callahan vs. IPFW, Sept. 21, 2003 Kindal Keim vs. Murray State, Oct. 12, 2003 Kindal Keim vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 30, 2005 Amy Kim vs. Morehead State, Oct. 11, 2002 Dani Myrick vs. Chattanooga, Aug. 31, 2005 Dani Myrick vs. Memphis, Oct. 4, 2002 Dani Myrick vs. Morehead State, Oct. 11, 2002 Dani Myrick vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 8, 2002 Sherrie Weeks vs. Austin Peay, Sept. 29, 2002

SHOTS 12 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 8 8

Sherrie Weeks at Lipscomb, Sept. 27, 2002 Katie Behrens vs. Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 5, 2007 Katie Behrens vs. Murray State, Oct. 13, 2005 Katie Behrens vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 10, 2006 Katie Behrens at Chattanooga, Sept. 3, 2006 Rachel Callahan vs. Austin Peay, Sept. 29, 2002 Joanna Gomez at Jackson State, Sept. 20, 2002 Katie Jackson vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 30, 2005 Katie Behrens at Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 6, 2006 Dani Myrick vs. Centenary, Aug. 26, 2005

SAVES 18 18 17 16 14 14 12 12

Jane Carroll vs. Tennessee Tech, Oct. 1, 1999 Caryn Scheufler vs. Missouri State, Aug. 31, 2001 Cara Sullivan vs. Samford, Oct. 13, 2006 Nicole Keltz vs. Eastern Illinois, Oct. 29, 1999 Caryn Scheufler vs. Belmont, Sept. 12, 2001 Megan Dempsey at Jacksonville State, Oct. 3, 2003 Caryn Scheufler vs. Eastern Illinois, Nov. 8, 2002 Cara Sullivan at Morehead State, Oct. 8, 2006

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Matches Played 20 ..................................................................................... 1999 Victories 10 ........................................................................... 2007, 2008 Highest Winning Percentage .632.................................................................................... 2008 Lowest Winning Percentage .000 ................................................................... (0-18 in 2000) Defeats 19...................................................................................... 1999 Ties 5 ....................................................................................... 2006 Longest Winning Streak 5 ....................................................................................... 2002 Longest Losing Streak 18 ....................................................... Aug. 26 - Nov. 1, 2000 Longest Unbeaten Streak 10 ..................................................................................... 2002 Longest Home Winning Streak 7 ................................................ Nov. 4, 2008 - Oct. 16, 2009 Longest Home Losing Streak 13 ............................................ Oct. 29, 1999 - Sept. 12, 2001 Longest Road Winning Streak 2 (twice) ...................................................... Oct. 14-19, 2001 .............................................................. Sept. 27-Oct. 25, 2009 Longest Road Losing Streak 34 ............................................... Sept. 6, 1998 - Sept. 8, 2001 Longest Shutout Streak 677: 13 ......................................................... (88th minute vs. Austin Peay [Oct. 1, 2006] through 25th minute at Eastern Illinois [Oct. 31, 2006], parts of eight matches) Longest Scoreless Streak 360: 00 ............................. (1st minute vs. Valparaiso [Sept. 24, 2000] through 90th minute vs. Tennessee Tech [Oct. 1,

2000], parts of four matches. Points 120 ................................................................................... 2002 Fewest Points 24 ..................................................................................... 2000 Goals 47 ..................................................................................... 2002 Fewest Goals 9 ....................................................................................... 2000 Assists 28 ..................................................................................... 2002 Fewest Assists 5 ....................................................................................... 2006 Shots 363 ................................................................................... 2005 Fewest Shots 98 ..................................................................................... 2000 Shutouts 8 ............................................................................. 2007, 2009 Fewest Shutouts 0 ....................................................................................... 1999 Goalkeeper Saves 225 ................................................................................... 1999 Fewest Goalkeeper Saves 47 ..................................................................................... 2009 Lowest Goals Against Average 0.65 .................................................................................. 2008 Most Overtime Matches 6 ....................................................................................... 2006 Most Consecutive Overtime Matches 4 ....................................................................................... 2005 All-Time Record in Overtime Matches ........................................................................... 6-12-20 (.421)

TEAM GAME RECORDS POINTS 23 vs. Bacone, Sept. 14, 2007 20 vs. Christian Brothers, Sept. 16, 2007 20 vs. Belmont, Sept. 17, 2003 18 at Lambuth, Sept. 24, 2007 18 vs. Morehead State, Oct. 2, 2005 GOALS 8 vs. Bacone, Sept. 14, 2007 8 vs. Christian Brothers, Sept. 16, 2007 8 vs. Belmont, Sept. 17, 2003 7 at Lambuth, Sept. 24, 2007 7 vs. Morehead State, Oct. 2, 2005 ASSISTS 8 vs. Bacone, Sept. 14, 2007 8 vs. Christian Brothers, Sept. 16, 2007 7 at Lambuth, Sept. 24, 2007 4 7 times, last vs. SIU Edwardsville, Sept. 20, 2009 SHOTS 39 vs. Mississippi Valley State, Aug. 31, 2008 38 vs. Belmont, Sept. 17, 2003 33 vs. Lipscomb, Oct. 29, 2004 32 vs. Christian Brothers, Sept. 16, 2007 32 vs. Murray State, Oct. 13, 2005 FEWEST SHOTS ALLOWED 0 vs. Missouri-Kansas City, Sept. 11, 2009 1 vs. Bacone, Sept. 14, 2007 1 vs. Christian Brothers, Sept. 16, 2007 1 at Jackson State, Sept. 20, 2002 2 vs. Eastern Illinois, Sept. 26, 2008 2 vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 30, 2005 SAVES 20 vs. Samford, Oct. 13, 2006 19 at Christian Brothers, Sept. 7, 2001 18 vs. Southwest Missouri, Aug. 31, 2001 14 at Jacksonville State, Oct. 3, 2003 14 vs. Belmont, Sept. 12, 2001

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YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS YEARLY SCORING LEADERS Year

Name

GP

Shots

G

A

P

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kim Thompson Kelli Armstrong Lydia Lloyd Sherri Weeks Dani Myrick Katie Jackson Kindal Keim Katie Jackson Katie Behrens Katie Behrens Brooke Robertson Kendyl Wilson

17 19 16 18 19 19 17 19 18 19 18 16

27 19 10 36 55 62 36 22 65 75 17 21

6 6 2 7 16 16 5 9 5 8 4 4

3 1 1 1 7 3 1 4 1 5 1 1

15 13 5 15 39 35 11 22 11 21 9 9

Cara Sullivan stopped a school record 19 saves against Samford during the 2006 match, on her way to setting a new freshman saves record with 147 on the year.

YEARLY GOALKEEPING LEADERS Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name Nikki Ammons Paige Robinson Paige Robinson Caryn Scheufler Caryn Scheufler Megan Dempsey Megan Dempsey Megan Dempsey Cara Sullivan Johanna Rathbun Johanna Rathbun Aubrey Buehler

GP 14 12 18 17 18 19 17 18 19 16 17 16

Minutes 775:00 752:00 1387:00 1446:40 1521:45 1640:45 1585:39 1121:58 1840:00 1279:30 1608:50 1400:31

Saves 79 83 186 144 116 119 83 39 147 55 66 46

GA 45 36 86 42 24 21 33 19 27 13 12 13

Save% .436 .359 .425 .774 .829 .850 .716 .672 .845 .809 .846 .780

GAA 5.23 4.31 4.80 2.61 1.42 1.15 1.87 1.52 1.32 0.91 0.67 0.84

ShO 0 0 0 2 3 4 2 1 7 5 5 5

W-L-T 0-8-0 0-8-0 0-18-0 4-14-0 6-5-3 9-5-2 4-11-2 6-6-0 5-9-5 9-3-2 9-3-3 9-7-0

SEASON-BY-SEASON TOTALS Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Matches 17 20 18 18 19 19 17 19 19 19 19 16

Minutes 1549:00 1834:00 1620:00 1621:44 1808:49 1795:45 1585:39 1751:15 1840:00 1775:03 1798:50 1450:20

Shots 360 162 98 131 318 288 255 363 215 329 342 211

Goals 12 20 9 19 46 43 16 44 14 39 21 24

Assists 5 12 6 12 28 27 14 26 5 20 18 17

Points 29 52 24 50 120 113 46 114 33 98 60 65

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GAA 5.35 4.71 4.78 3.39 1.44 1.30 1.87 1.59 1.32 0.96 0.67 0.81

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Katie Jackson led the Skyhawks in scoring during the 2003 and 2005 seasons, while netting 31 career goals.

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All-Time record (12 seasons) ............................................................................................... 72-128-20 All-Time OVC record (regular season) ................................................................................ 29-44-12 All-time home record .............................................................................................................. 51-44-6 All-time road record ............................................................................................................... 19-75-12 All-time neutral site record.......................................................................................................... 2-9-2 All-time OVC Tournament record (nine appearances) ........................................................... 2-8-1

OVC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSIVE

Dani Myrick appears in the UT Martin record books 41 times, more than any other player in program history.

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Kim Thompson, Oct. 12, 1998 Dani Myrick, Oct. 7, 2002 Dani Myrick, Oct. 14, 2002 Katie Jackson, Sept. 22, 2003 Katie Jackson, Oct. 27, 2003 Katie Jackson, Aug. 30, 2005 Katie Jackson, Oct. 4, 2005 Katie Behrens, Sept. 18, 2007 Katie Imperiale, Aug. 26, 2008 Alex Windell, Sept. 22, 2009

DEFENSIVE Megan Dempsey, Sept. 8, 2003 Megan Dempsey, Oct. 6, 2003 Jamie Price, Oct. 31, 2006 Sophie Cox, Oct. 23, 2007 Danielle Rogers, Sept. 2, 2008 Kelly Ann Hutchinson, Sept. 9, 2008 Danielle Rogers, Oct. 28, 2008 Danielle Rogers, Sept. 15, 2009 Danielle Rogers, Sept. 22, 2009 Stephanie Nilica, Oct. 13, 2009

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GOALKEEPER Cara Sullivan, Sept. 19, 2006 Cara Sullivan, Oct. 10, 2006 Cara Sullivan, Oct. 17, 2006 Johanna Rathbun, Sept. 16, 2008 Aubrey Buehler, Nov. 3, 2009


SKYHAWKS OF DISTINCTION FIRST TEAM ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Dani Myrick

Caryn Scheufler

Joanna Maas

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Kim Thompson

Kindal Keim

Jamie Ohlheiser

1998

2003

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Katie Behrens

Danielle Rogers

Brooke Robertson

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SECOND TEAM ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Kelli Armstrong

Paige Robinson

Amanda Cadell

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Meghann McMullen 2001

Caryn Scheufler

Meghann Jordan

Jamie Ohlheiser

Dani Myrick

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Katie Behrens

Jamie Price

Kendyl Wilson

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2007

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THIRD TEAM ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Sherrie Weeks

Lindsey Tilk

Katie Jackson

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ALL-OVC NEWCOMER & HONORABLE MENTION Kim Thompson

Amanda Cadell

Sherrie Weeks

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1999 (HM)

2001 (HM)

2001 (HM)

Cara Sullivan

Melissa Govea

Kelly Ann Hutchinson

Kendyl Wilson

2008 (AN)

2008 (AN)

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2009 (AN)

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OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Kitty Trent

Caryn Scheufler

Katie Behrens

Jamie Price

Danielle Rogers

Kelly Ann Hutchinson

Jamie Furstenberg

Sophie Cox

2002 2008

2002 2008

2007 2008

2007 2009

Nuala Deans 2009

SOCCER BUZZ MAGAZINE NATIONAL ELITE TEAM OF THE WEEK Cara Sullivan October 17, 2006

Nathan Pifer OVC Coach of the Year 2002

Katie Behrens Paula Comerlato Megan Dempsey (*) Katie Hausauer Kimberley Hood Katie Jackson Erin Jordan Jody Kiers Jessica Metcalf Jamie Price Caitlin Smith Lindsey Tilk

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2006 (11)

Amanda Aldridge Lindsey Clark Lisa De La Mothe Nichole Keltz Meghan McMullen Amy Rook Kim Thompson (*)

Katie Behrens Carey Black Paula Comerlato Caitlin Farrow Jamie Furstenberg Kristina Goldstine Jody Kiers Frankie Maynard Jamie Price Caitlin Smith Kendall Straessle

2000 (6) Beth Durrett Ginger Hutchinson Nichole Keltz Meghan McMullen Audrey Stone Nicole Tobin Rachel Callahan Meghan McMullen Emily Miller Christina Norton Ginger Parson (*) Kyndsey Randolph Caryn Scheufler

2002 (11)

Lisa de la Mothe

Aubrey Buehler

Amanda Aldridge Sarah Buyer Jamie Bullington Lindsey Clark Lisa De La Mothe Brandi Irwin Joanna Mass Carrie Marcus Amy Rook Kim Thompson Holly Wilson Julie Zbozien

2001 (7)

Tavi Renier

2006 (AN)

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Rachel Callahan Brittany Drye Tabitha Fishburn Joanna Gomez Katie Hausauer Meghann Jordan Emily Miller Christina Moore Ginger Parson (*) Caryn Scheufler Lindsey Tilk (*)

2003 (8) Rachel Callahan (*) Brittany Drye Angela Fiddler Tabitha Fishburn Katie Hausauer Meghann Jordan Ginger Parson Lindsey Tilk (*)

2004 (11) Katie Behrens Rachel Callahan Paula Comerlato Megan Dempsey Jennifer Ermey Katie Hausauer Kimberley Hood (*) Katie Jackson Jamie Price Ginger Parson (*) Lindsey Tilk

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2007 (16) Ashley Angerer Sarah Bedell Katie Behrens Sophie Cox Nuala Deans Jenni Duffy Jamie Furstenberg (*) Kristina Goldstine Erin Jordan Jody Kiers Stephanie Nilica Jamie Price Johanna Rathbun Caitlin Smith Kendall Straessle Marissa Wood-Sternburgh

2008 (14) Ashley Angerer Kim Boldt Sophie Cox Nuala Deans Jenni Duffy Jamie Furstenberg (*) Kristina Goldstine Corey Montgomery Johanna Rathbun Brooke Robertson Danielle Rogers Cailin Smith Tori Taylor Marissa Wood-Sternburgh (*)

2009 (10) Sophie Cox Emily Crye Nuala Deans (*) Jenni Duffy Jamie Furstenberg Jessica Hunt Kelly Ann Hutchinson Brooke Robertson Tori Taylor Marissa Wood-Sternburgh

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After guiding the UT Martin women’s soccer club team, Dr. Ruth Holden In its second year UT Martin managed only one win, defeating was hired to field the first intercollegiate squad. Holden retained 10 Chattanooga 2-1 Oct. 22. The 1999 campaign would be the final season for head coach Dr. Ruth Holden, who ended with a 3-34 players from the club team and added eight true freshmen to form the overall record and 1-8 OVC record at UT Martin. Jane Carroll first Skyhawk squad. The inaugural edition of Skyhawk soccer picked up its first victory in the third match of the season over Morehead State stopped a school record 18 shots in goal Oct. 1 against Tennessee 2-1. UT Martin finished its first season 2-15 overall and 1-3 in the Ohio Tech. Kelli Armstrong led the Skyhawks with six goals in her only year on the team. Valley Conference. Kim Thompson set a school record with four goals Oct. 7 against North Alabama.

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Dani Myrick concluded her Skyhawk career as the all-time leader in goals scored, shots and assists. UT Martin set Ohio Valley Conference records for goals-per-game with 2.32 and shotsper-game with 19.11. As a team UT Martin tallied nine wins for the third time in four years.

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At the time, UT Martin had the winningest season in program history with a record 10 wins and advanced to the semi-finals of the OVC Tournament for the first time in program history. Katie Behrens and Jamie Price were both named to the All-Ohio Valley Conference Team while Behrens was also named UT Martin’s Female Athlete of the Year.

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ALL-TIME HEAD COACHING RECORDS Head Coach Dr. Ruth Holden Nathan Pifer Craig Roberts

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Rosemary Strasser (1998-99) Mary Ann Dodson (2000) Carrie Miller (2001) Lindsey Tilk (2002-05) Caitlin Smith (2006-08) Jordan Warnement (2009) Bettina Baer (2010)

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Beth Ann Durrett (1998) Rosemary Strasser (1999-01) Alissa Rudd (2002) Caitlin Smith (2003) Stephanie Krush (2006) Alex Van Sise (2008) Morgan Brandon (2010)

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Devra Whitney (1998-00) Christina Moore (2002-04) Kendall Straessle (2006-07) Kelly Ann Hutchinson (2008-09) Rosaelia Loza (2010)

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Carrie Marcus (1998) Paige Coleman (1999) Mary Steel (2000) Joanna Gomez (2002) Lauren Greco (2003) Melanie Miller (2004) Kristina Goldstine (2005-08) Hillary Hitz (2009)

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Jamie Bullington (1998) Kelli Armstrong (1999) Meghan Jordan (2001) Sarah Barnes (2002) Joanna Gomez (2003-04) Frankie Maynard (2006-07) Devan Lowe (2008) Emily Crye (2009-present)

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Brandi Irwin (1998-99) Jody Kiers (2005-08) Kendyl Wilson (2009-present)

Joanna Maas (1998) Nicole Tobin (1999) Tavi Ranier (2000-02) Angela Fiddler (2003) Andrea Enevoldsen (2004) Jessica Metcalf (2005-06) Nuala Deans (2007) Tori Taylor (2008-present)

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Shelley Brock (1998) Alicia Ronca (2008) Danielle deGuzman (2009)

Paige Robinson (1999-00) Emily Miller (2002) Kindall Keim (2003-05) Shannon Wessels (2006) Kim Boldt (2008-present)

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Kristine Jones (1998) Lindsey Kennetz (2008) Amy Iwanicki (2009) Sam Dunn (2010)

Julie Zbozien (1998) Kim Thompson (1999) Amanda Cadell (2000-01) Katie Hausauer (2002-05) Marissa Wood-Sternburgh (2007-present) Lindsey Clark (1998-99) Beth Ann Durrett (2000) Lauren Greer (2001) Kitty Trent (2002) Annie Cook (2003-04) Carey Black (2006) Danielle Rogers (2007) Rachel Piper (2008) Amanda Matthews (2009) Abi Sanvee (2010) Lisa de la Mothe (1998) Meghan McMullen (1999-01) Lauren Cook (2002) Jamie Ohleiser (2003-05) Morgan Walley (2007) Jessica Hunt (2008-09) Michaela Gooden (2010)

Mandy Arledge (1998-99) Nicole Tobin (2000) Amy King (2001-03) Kim Hood (2004-05) Jamie Furstenberg (2006-09)

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Megan McMullen (1998) Amanda Cadell (1999) Audrey Stone (2000) Emily Miller (2001) Dani Myrick (2002-05) Erin Jordan (2006) Danielle deGuzman (2008) Alex Windell (2009)

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Amy Rook (1998) Sherrie Weeks (1999-02) Ashley Cedars (2003) Paula Comerlato (2004-06) Stephanie Nilica (2007) Melissa Govea (2008-present)

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Sarah Keller (1998) Leslie Fischer (1999) Holly McNamara (2000) Lindsey Randolph (2001) Rebecca Barrington (2003) Jamie Price (2004-07) Katie Imperiale (2008-present)

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Lauren Williamson (2008)

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OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Entering its 63rd year, the Ohio Valley Conference continues to build on the success that has made it the nation’s eighth-oldest NCAA Division I conference. For only the second time in a decade, the Conference expanded by adding Southern Illinois University Edwardsville as the league’s 11th member in 2008. The move expanded the OVC’s geographical footprint to the St. Louis market and marked the first change in membership since expanding to the state of Alabama (Jacksonville State, Samford) in 2003. The 2009-10 school year saw a change in leadership as Beth DeBauche was named the seventh full-time Commissioner in league history on July 28. She is currently one of just five females to be the head of a Division I conference, and one of just eight to lead a Division I conference all-time. The last three commissioners of the OVC have moved onto jobs as the commissioner of the Big Ten, Big 12 and the Mid-American Conferences. The OVC’s proud history past dates back to 1948, but seeds for the new league were actually planted in 1941. It was then that Roy Stewart, the athletics director at Murray State, Charles (Turkey) Hughes, the athletics director at Eastern Kentucky, and Kelly Thompson, the public relations director at Western Kentucky, first broached the idea of forming a new conference. Discussions were put on hold by World War II, but reemerged Feb. 27-28, 1948 at the Kentucky Hotel in Louisville as the three original institutions combined with Morehead State, Louisville and Evansville to form the OVC. In the 1950s, the OVC became a pioneer on a much more significant scale socially. During times of racial segregation, league member Morehead State became one of the first nontraditionally black mid-southern institutions to accept a black student. In 1958, Marshall Banks earned athletically-related aid at Morehead, which signed a second black athlete, Howard Murphy, a year later. In 1961, Murphy earned all-conference recognition as a halfback in football. With racial barriers broken, the rest of the institutions in the league began to provide educational and athletic opportunities to African-Americans. The OVC also has the honor of being the only conference to boast the nation’s leaders in scoring, rebounding and assists all in one season. That feat was accomplished in 1991-92 by Morehead State’s Brett Roberts (28.1 ppg), Murray State’s Popeye Jones (14.4 rpg) and Tennessee Tech’s Van Usher (8.8 apg). In 2007-08, UT Martin guard Lester Hudson

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became the first men’s Division I player to record a quadruple-double in a game, when he registered 25 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in a victory over Central Baptist College. Hudson, who ranked fourth in scoring nationally as a junior, returned for his senior season in 2008-09 and was second nationally in scoring (behind Davidson’s Stephen Curry) at 27.5 points a contest. Hudson earned numerous honors (including OVC Player of the Year and OVC Male Athlete of the Year in each 2008 and 2009 and All-American status from several outlets) before being drafted by the Boston Celtics with the No. 58 pick of the 2009 NBA Draft. Hudson became the first draft pick for the league since 2004 and only the third pick of the last decade for the OVC. In the late 1970s, women’s athletics began somewhat of a rebirth on the national scene as the NCAA began sponsoring and marketing women’s sports. Recognizing the need to provide increased opportunities for female athletes, the OVC established women’s championships in the sports of basketball, tennis and track in 1977, with cross country and volleyball added over the next four years. Those sports were initially governed by the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), but the overall strength of women’s programs in the league was demonstrated by the automatic bids the OVC instantly received when the NCAA became the governing body in 1982. The league also had another historical moment in November 2008 when the NCAA awarded Nashville the 2014 NCAA Women’s Division I Final Four. The OVC will serve as the host of the prestigious event, which is one of the biggest sporting events the city of Nashville can host. The event will be held at Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville. Over its 62 years, OVC teams have garnered national championships and bowl games in football, along with national team or individual titles in the sports of rifle, cross country, track and golf. The OVC has also produced several Olympic athletes, including Murray State’s Morgan Hicks, who was a member of the 2004 United States Olympic Rifle Team and Morehead State’s Brian Shimer who competed in five Winter Olympics in bobsled (winning a bronze medal in 2002) and coached the 2010 United States bobsled team to its first gold medal since 1948. In addition, some of the greatest players in professional sports were educated at OVC institutions. The list includes former greats such as football’s

JENNIFER GIBBS KYLE SCHWARTZ Assistant Assistant Commissioner/ Commissioner/ Championships Media Relations

BRIAN PULLEY Assistant Commissioner/ External Affairs

MATT BANKER Assistant Commissioner/ Institutional Services

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Phil Simms (Morehead State), basketball’s Clem Haskins (Western Kentucky) and Bubba Wells (Austin Peay) and two-sport star Steve Hamilton (Morehead State) to present-day standouts like basketball player Trenton Hassell (Austin Peay), football players Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois) and Cortland Finnegan (Samford), and baseball players George Sherrill (Austin Peay) and Jon Rauch (Morehead State). Hamilton is the only athlete to ever play in the NCAA Basketball Championship, a Major League Baseball World Series (New York Yankees) and a NBA Championship Series (Los Angeles Lakers). In 2007 the Conference had two teams in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament for the first time in league history, former OVC member Samford earned an at-large selection while Southeast Missouri was the Conference’s automatic bid. A first in the OVC occurred in 2008, when the league had a first round draft pick in both the NFL (Tennessee State’s Dominique RodgersCromartie) and Major League Baseball (Eastern Kentucky’s Christian Friedrich) Drafts in the same school year. A year later (2009) the league had a Major League Baseball First Round Compensation Round pick (Eastern Illinois’ Tyler Kehrer who was No. 48 overall) and NBA Second Round pick (UT Martin’s Lester Hudson) in the same season. The playing field is not the only place where OVC athletes are working hard. The league also recognizes excellence in the classroom. Six Scholar-Athlete Awards are presented yearly to male and female athletes, while others are commended for their academic success by being Medal of Honor recipients or earning a spot on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Additionally, the league annually presents one institutional Academic Achievement Award, as well as separate team awards in each Conferencesponsored sport. Since the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America program began, the Ohio Valley Conference has had 192 student-athletes honored with the award, including 25 over the last two years (2008-09, 2009-10). Current OVC representatives include charter members Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University and Murray State University, along with Austin Peay State University, Eastern Illinois University, Jacksonville State University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee at Martin.

HEATHER BROWN Director/ Media Relations

JON KUKA Director/ OVC Sport Properties

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Above: Lester Hudson became the first Skyhawk in history to be selected in the NBA Draft when he was drafted by the Boston Celtics with the 58th overall pick. Hudson was a two-time Ohio Valley Conference male athlete of the year after he was the second leading scorer in the nation and led the UT Martin men’s basketball team to its first-ever OVC regular season championship in 2009, earning a berth in the National Invitational Tournament. The first player in NCAA Division-I history to accumulate a quadruple-double, Hudson ended last season with his hometown Memphis Grizzlies.

Far Left: Offensive tackle Joe Gibbs inked a free agent contract with the NFL’s St. Louis Rams after not allowing a sack for the second consecutive season. Gibbs was the first Skyhawk to sign an NFL contract since 1988. Left: Quarterback Cade Thompson wrapped up his remarkable three-year Skyhawk career as the program’s all-time leader in passing yards (6,260), completion percentage (60.4) and touchdown passes. (48).

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Left: The Skyhawk soccer team captured its first-ever Ohio Valley Conference championship in 2010, breaking eight school records in the process. The team also boasted Danielle Rogers, the first UT Martin player to earn OVC Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Right: The 2010 UT Martin rodeo team qualified for its 35th consecutive College National Finals Rodeo appearance, while Je Askey won the national championship in bull riding.

Above: First baseman Wes Patterson broke the UT Martin all-time career home run record (36) and single-season record for runs batted in (64) as the team topped 12 single-season records and won its most amount of games in 18 years.

Below: One year after advancing to the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament, the 2010 UT Martin softball team won its first regular season Ohio Valley Conference championship. The team recorded a school-record 47 victories and had 13 All-OVC mentions, including the Player of the Year (Megan Williams) and Pitcher of the Year (Paij Lintz).

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ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM With three Skyhawk training room locations throughout the UT Martin athletic facilities, student-athletes can be assured of receiving the best medical attention and rehabilitation available. The primary athletic training room facilities are located in the Skyhawk Fieldhouse. There are also satellite athletic training room locations in the Bob Carroll Football Building and near Pat Head Summitt Court in Skyhawk Arena. The Skyhawk Fieldhouse athletic training room was renovated in 2007 as part of a $1.9 million dollar renovation of the entire Skyhawk Fieldhouse and Kathleen and Tom Elam Center. Included in the renovation was an updated whirlpool rehabilitation room where student-athletes can receive aqua rehabilitation and treatment. The athletic training room also contains multiple examination stations with the latest in rehabilitation equipment. The athletic training staff uses a comprehensive approach to the injury care and wellness of student-athletes by utilizing stateof-the-art diagnostic and treatment equipment with the latest methods in the care and prevention of injuries. Assistant Athletic Director Bart Belew is in his ninth year as head athletic trainer. Belew, a UT Martin graduate, went on to earn a master’s degree and serve as a graduate assistant at Ole Miss where he worked with both the football and baseball programs before a stint at Freed-Hardeman led him to a return to his alma mater in 2000 as the head athletic trainer. He currently has a staff of four full-time certified athletic trainers and support staff of 16 athletic training students. The athletic training staff is surrounded by many qualified and generous team doctors, through a partnership with Sports Orthopedic and Spine of Jackson, Tenn.. Dr. G. Bradford Wright, MD, and Dr. Steve Houseworth, MD, serve as the primary team physicians and are directly responsible for the orthopedic needs of UT Martin student-athletes. Dr. Wright has previously worked as team physician with the US Olympic Track & Field teams, West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx and Memphis Riverkings while Dr. Houseworth has served as a team physician for Louisiana Tech University. Dr. Wright and Dr. Houseworth are also assisted in the care for Skyhawk student-athletes by the other orthopedic specialist of Sports Orthopedic and Spine; Dr. David E. Yakin, MD, Dr. Keith Nord, MD, Dr. Timothy Sweo, MD, and Dr. John P. Masterson, MD. The athletic training staff is one support group that the athletic teams cannot do without. They are responsible for staffing all practices and games as well as handling the day-to-day rehabilitation of injured or post-surgery student-athletes.

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SKYHAWK STRENGTH & CONDITIONING The UT Martin strength and conditioning facilities are for the exclusive use of Skyhawk student-athletes as they train for competition, under the direction of strength and conditioning coach Charles Rayburn. Sport specific workouts are designed by Coach Rayburn and supervised at all times by one or more members of the strength and conditioning staff. Each student-athlete is placed in to respective developmental levels according to individual ability and specific regiments are then prescribed and continuously changed based on individual aptitude. The Skyhawk strength and conditioning philosophy is multi-faceted with a primary emphasis on reducing injuries during the season. The 3,500 square-foot Skyhawk weight room, located on the second level of Skyhawk Fieldhouse, includes Hammer Strength and Life Fitness machines and weights. This state-of-the-art facility is equipped with modern equipment ranging from self contained Power Lift multi-racks with 6x8 platforms, Olympic lifting bars, a complete line of rubber coated TGX dumbbells, a variety of glute/ham stations, a huge plyometric/medicine ball area, and various other supplemental pieces. The facility offers an unlimited variety of movements and exercises for the student-athlete. The Skyhawk weight room allows for large enough groups so the student-athletes can train concurrently optimizing efficiency and effectiveness but, small enough to receive individual direction.

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UT MARTIN SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Awarded each fall (but based on the prior year’s achievements), the OVC Scholar-Athlete Award is the highest individual honor that can be earned by OVC student-athletes and it is given annually to three men and three women of junior or senior status who have accomplishments in both the classroom and athletic arena, as well as leadership qualities.

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OVC ACADEMIC AWARDS The winners are selected from a group of nominees by OVC Faculty Athletics Representatives. To be eligible, honorees must have at least a 3.25 GPA and conduct themselves in a manner which has brought credit to the student-athlete, his or her institution, intercollegiate athletics and the Ohio Valley Conference

Commissioner’s Honor Roll The OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll is presented annually to student-athletes who have at least a 3.25 GPA and who have been eligible and on the team throughout the competitive season in their chosen NCAA-sponsored sport or sports. Since joining the OVC in 1992, over 1,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Year Total Year Total 1993-94 48 2002-03 82 1994-95 62 2003-04 81 1995-96 68 2004-05 78 1996-97 41 2005-06 81 1997-98 38 2006-07 81 1998-99 52 2007-08 85 1999-2000 50 2008-09 73 2000-01 58 2009-10 70 2001-02 65

Medal of Honor The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athlete(s) who achieve the highest GPA (4.0) in a Conference-sponsored sport. Since joining the OVC in 1992, UT Martin student-athletes have claimed 136 Medals of Honor. Year Total Year Total 1993-94 4 2002-03 12 1994-95 4 2003-04 11 1995-96 8 2004-05 7 1996-97 8 2005-06 8 1997-98 7 2006-07 9 1998-99 5 2007-08 13 1999-2000 7 2008-09 8 2000-01 6 2009-10 12 2001-02 7

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UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP UT MARTIN CAMPUS LEADERSHIP Executive Officer Executive Officer Chancellor Acting Chancellor Chancellor Acting Chancellor Chancellor Acting Chancellor Chancellor Acting Chancellor Chancellor Acting Chancellor Chancellor Chancellor

C. Porter Claxton Paul Meek Archie R. Dykes A. Norman Campbell Larry T. McGehee John W. Prados Charles E. Smith D. Nick Dunagan Margaret N. Perry D. Nick Dunagan Philip W. Conn D. Nick Dunagan D. Nick Dunagan Thomas A. Rakes

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CHANCELLOR DR. TOM RAKES Dr. Thomas A. Rakes is the ninth chancellor at The University of Tennessee at Martin. Prior to his appointment as chancellor in 2007, he served as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at UT Martin. He served as interim president at The University of Louisiana at Monroe where he also held positions as provost and vice president for academic affairs, dean of graduate studies and research and dean of the College of Education and Human Development from 1995 until 2002. A Virginia native, Dr. Rakes began his career in higher education at The University of Memphis where he spent 16 years as a faculty member, seven years as a department chair, and where he also served as director of research and development in the College of Education. He holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Milligan College, a Master of Arts from East Tennessee State University and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Dr. Rakes was recently awarded an honorary doctoral degree from Hirosaki University, Japan. During his career Dr. Rakes has authored 24 books and monographs and more than 80 national and international-level publications. He has served as principal investigator or administrator for over $7.5 million in external grants. Dr. Rakes has been involved on numerous community boards including the Boy Scouts of America, the United Way, the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Blue Ribbon Commission on Excellence in Education and the Chamber of Commerce. He has served as a consultant to more than 40 different colleges and universities in 21 states as well as corporate groups such as Belz Enterprises, Harcourt Brace, several insurance companies and financial institutions. His wife, Dr. Glenda Rakes, is a professor of education at UT Martin, who specializes in instructional design and technology.

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Over 10 years ago, Phil Dane requested the opportunity to assume the role of director of athletics when the previous director retired. After serving as Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance for 13 years he was looking for a new challenge and athletics had always been his secret passion.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR PHIL DANE Phil Dane begins his eleventh year as the director of athletics after to restore funding for football scholarships to the same level as other OVC serving as vice chancellor for business and finance at UT Martin for 13 years. institutions. He has overseen facility improvements, budget increases, and staffing He has held various positions at UT Martin since 1979. He is an Air changes which have resulted in Ohio Valley Conference championships in Force veteran and a three-year baseball letter winner at Tennessee Tech football, men’s basketball, volleyball, softball, and women’s tennis. University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1978 and worked for Price Dane was successful in proposing a referendum to the Student Waterhouse and Company before beginning his association with UT Government Association in 2007 that generates over $600,000 annually. Martin. He earned his MBA from UT Martin in 1984. This funding has provided additional staff increases and budget increases Dane is active in community and church organizations. He has served for various administrative and sports programs as well as major facility as commissioner of the Martin Girls Softball League and president of the improvements for baseball and softball. New grandstands were installed Breakfast Optimist Club. He is currently a member of the Martin Rotary at both fields in 2008. New ighting was installed on both fields in 2009. Club and is a deacon at the First Baptist Church of Martin. Construction will begin on a $1,000,000 baseball/softball building in Dane and his wife, Debbie, a third-grade teacher at Martin Elementary November, 2009 with the debt service being paid from referendum funds. School, are the parents of three daughters: Shelly obtained her Over 63 percent of the student body voted in favor of the referendum in undergraduate and graduate degrees from UT Martin and teaches third April 2007. grade at Dexter Elementary School in Cordova, Tenn..; Katie, teaches fifth Dane oversaw the building and completion of the Bob Carroll Football grade at Martin Elementary School; and Abbey, also a UT Martin graduate, Building, a $2.5 million project. Funding for the project came from private is marketing specialist with the Memphis Zoo. gifts. The 17,000-square-foot facility has office space for all football personnel, meeting rooms, a locker room, a training room and a magnificent multi-purpose room overlooking H.K. Grantham Field. With the momentum from of an OVC champhionship season in 2006, then Chancellor Nick Dunagan, provided institutional matching funds when Skyhawk fans donated $250,000 toward a new synthetic surface for Hardy M. Graham Stadium. That challenge was met and new FieldTurf surface was installed before the 2008 season. In 2006 a major seating renovation was completed in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center. More than 1,200 chair back seats were installed on the east side of the arena replacing a combination of bleachers and chair back seats. Bleachers and a press box facility at the Skyhawk Soccer Field were also completed in the fall of 2006. Dane has guided the university through its most recent NCAA Division I Certification. In addition he is a peer reviewer in the NCAA Division I Certification Program. He has performed peer reviews at the University of Delaware, Western Kentucky University, Robert Morris University and Texas State University. Dane will serve as the chairman of the OVC Athletic Directors Council in 2010-2011. He also serves as the administrative liaison for the Ohio Valley Conference men’s golf coaches. Before he was named athletics director in 2000, Dane served as vice chancellor for business and finance from 1987-2000. In 1999, he chaired a commission to study the role and funding of intercollegiate athletics at UT Martin. The study commission Dane with his wife Debbie and their three daughters Abbey, Katie and Shelly developed a plan that allowed scholarship football to continue, and since 2000 Dane has worked with the university’s administration

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SKYHAWK ATHLETICS STAFF ADMINISTRATION

Bart Belew Assistant Athletics Director/ Athletic Training

Danelle Fabianich Assistant Athletics Director/ Administration & SWA

Col. Bill Kaler Assistant Athletics Director/ Compliance

SUPPORT STAFF

Tim Barrington PA Announcer

Chris Brinkley Skyhawk Radio Network

Jason Hudson Fundraising and Marketing

Tom Britt Skyhawk Radio Network

Dani James Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jenny Canary Ticket Manager

Butch Dowty Equipment Manager

Stacie Evans Academic Support Coordinator

Todd Kirkendol Joe Lofaro Katherine Malik Assistant Athletic Sports Information Assistant Athletic Trainer Director Trainer

Nell Gullet Faculty Athletic Representative

Tracie Moss Athletics Insurance

Trudy Henderson Admistrative Specialist

Vickie Higgs Administrative Support Assistant

Ryne Rickman Trevor Ruszkowski Sports Information Photographic Assistant Services Director

HEAD COACHES Donley Canary Softball

Jason James Men’s Basketball

Bob Beard Rifle

Meghan Cunningham Equestrian

Gordon Sanders Men’s & Women’s Cross Country

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John Luthi Rodeo

Jason Simpson Football

Jerry Carpenter Men’s Golf

Darrin McClure Volleyball

Fran Spears Cheerleading

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Bubba Cates Baseball

Phil McNamara Soccer

Kevin McMillan Women’s Basketball

Dennis Taylor Women’s Tennis


Front Row (from L to R): Kendyl Wilson, Morgan Brandon, Brooke Robertson, Emily Crye, Abi Sanvee, Hannah Fessenden, Michaela Gooden. Middle Row (from L to R): Kim Boldt, Melissa Govea, Katie Imperiale, Stephanie Nilica, Marissa Wood-Sternburgh, Hannah McGowen, Mary Thompson. Back Row (from L to R): Head Coach Phil McNamara, Bettina Baer, Tori Taylor, Sam Dunn, Lauren MacKenzie, Elise Applegate, Jenni Duffy, Rosaelia Loza, Assistant Coach Leslie Marcouiller, Trainer Katherine Malik.

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2010 SKYHAWK SCHEDULE D t Date

Fri., Aug. 20 Sun., Aug. 22 Fri., Aug. 27 Sun., Aug. 29 Fri., Sept. 3 Sun., Sept. 5 Fri., Sept. 10 Sun., Sept. 12 Sun., Sept. 19 Fri., Sept. 24 Sun., Sept. 26 Fri., Oct. 1 Sun., Oct. 3 Sun., Oct. 10 Fri, Oct. 15 Sun., Oct. 17 Fri., Oct. 22 Sun., Oct. 24 Thurs., Nov. 4 Fri., Nov. 5 Sun., Nov. 7

Opponent

Location

Time

Mississippi State Arkansas State Lipscomb Missouri State Cal State-Bakersfield Loyola Marymount Evansville IPFW SIU Edwardsville *Morehead State *Eastern Kentucky *Austin Peay *Jacksonville State *Tennessee Tech Arkansas-Pine Bluff *Murray State *Eastern Illinois *Southeast Missouri OVC Tournament Quarterfinals OVC Tournament Semifinals OVC Tournament Championship

SKYHAWK FIELD Jonesboro, Ark. Nashville, Tenn. Springfield, Mo. Bakersfield, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. SKYHAWK FIELD SKYHAWK FIELD Edwardsville, Ill. Morehead, Ky. Richmond, Ky. SKYHAWK FIELD SKYHAWK FIELD SKYHAWK FIELD Pine Bluff, Ark. SKYHAWK FIELD Charleston, Ill. Cape Girardeau, Mo. %TBA %TBA %TBA

4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

*Ohio Valley Conference match %Held at the site of the OVC regular-season champion All times are Central and are subject to change

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