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Schedule Date Aug. 23 Aug. 25 Aug. 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Oct. 31 Nov. 1-4

Opponent at Baylor at Texas A&M Sam Houston State# Lamar# Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Samford at Kentucky at Louisville at Texas Florida Atlantic* Rice* at Charlotte* at Old Dominion* at North Texas* Southern Miss* Colorado College* at UTEP* Louisiana Tech* at Tulsa* Conference USA Tournament

Place Waco, Texas College Station, Texas San Antonio San Antonio San Antonio San Antonio Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Austin, Texas San Antonio San Antonio Charlotte, N.C. Norfolk, Va. Denton, Texas San Antonio San Antonio El Paso, Texas San Antonio Tulsa, Okla. Houston, Texas

Time (CT) 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA

Home Games in bold and played at the UTSA Recreational Sports Complex # UTSA Classic • * Conference USA match

2013 UTSA Roadrunners

Front Row (L to R): Head Coach Steve Ballard, Assistant Coach Greg Sheen, Assistant Coach Stephanie Sanchez, Brianna Livecchi, Happy Orere-Amadu, Kirby Wright, Charlotte Husoe, Emma Makela, Kat Tesno, Kalena Ka’eo, Kauwela Neal, Megan Snyder, Sabrina Gonzalez, Courtney Bertholf, Volunteer Assistant Coach Janio Cabezas, Athletic Trainer Meghan McCaffrey. Back Row: Student Manager Megan Torres, Student Manager Ari Calderon, Taylor Wingerden, Laylla da Cruz, Kaytee O’Brien, Anissa Munson, Anka Grotle, Shelby Wright, Teresa Offerman, Anisa Patterson, Kirsten Buono, Alexis Alaniz, Tyane Ramos, Elizabeth Gaski, Student Trainer Sarah Diaz, Student Trainer Suzie Alonzo.


2013 UTSA Soccer Guide Table of Contents Introduction This is UTSA Soccer______________________________ 2-3 Giving Back_______________________________________ 4 UTSA and San Antonio UTSA___________________________________________ 6-7 Campus Life_____________________________________ 8-9 Campus Recreation_____________________________ 10-11 Academics____________________________________ 12-13 Career Services________________________________ 14-15 Athletic Medicine_________________________________16 Strength & Conditioning____________________________17 UTSA Spirit____________________________________ 18-19 Western Athletic Conference________________________20 Conference USA__________________________________21 Building Champions_______________________________22 NCAA Host Institution______________________________23 President Dr. Ricardo Romo_________________________24 Athletics Director Lynn Hickey_______________________25 This is San Antonio_____________________________ 26-29 Park West Athletics Complex_____________________ 30-31 NCAA Compliance________________________________32 Season Preview Roster/Schedule__________________________________34 Media Information________________________________35 Opponents_______________________________________36 Meet the Roadrunners Head Coach Steve Ballard______________________ 38-39 Assistant Coach Greg Sheen___________________________ 40 Assistant Coach Stephanie Sanchez_________________41 Volunteer Assistant Janio Cabezas___________________42 Anka Grotle______________________________________43 Laylla da Cruz/Charlotte Husoe__________________ 44-45 Anissa Munson/Kauwela Neal___________________ 46-47 Kalena Ka’eo/Kirby Wright_____________________ 48-49 Anisa Patterson/Sabrina Gonzalez_______________ 50-51 Newcomers___________________________________ 52-58 Season Review 2012 Results_____________________________________60 2012 Final Team Stats_____________________________61 2012 Final Individual Stats_________________________62 Western Athletic Conference Review_________________63 Western Athletic Conference Tournament_____________64 Record Book Career Records___________________________________66 Single-Game Records___________________________ 66-67 Single Season Records__________________________ 68-69 Year-by-Year Results________________________________70 All-Time Series Results___________________________ 71-72 All-Time Letterwinners and Honorees_________________73

Quick Facts Location__________________________ San Antonio, Texas Enrollment________________ 28,124 (23,892 undergrad.) Founded______________________________________1969 Nickname_______________________________Roadrunners Colors_________Navy blue (289), orange (1665) & white Conference__________________________ Conference USA Affiliation__________________________________Division I Athletics Director_________________________ Lynn Hickey President___________________________ Dr. Ricardo Romo Field_____________________Park West Athletics Complex Capacity_____________________________________ 1,000 Athletics Phone Number_______________ (210) 458-4161 Website_______________________________ goUTSA.com Coaching Staff Head Coach___________________ Steve Ballard/8th year Alma Mater____________________ SUNY-Cortland/1974 Career Record__________________ 223-177-27/22 years School Record______________________61-67-13/7 years Phone______________________________ (210) 458-4660 E-Mail______________________ stephen.ballard@utsa.edu Assistant Coach__________________________ Greg Sheen Alma Mater___________________________ Dayton/2003 E-Mail__________________________ greg.sheen@utsa.edu Assistant Coach____________________ Stephanie Sanchez Alma Mater_______________ Eastern New Mexico/2008 E-mail__________________ stephanie.sanchez2@utsa.edu Team Information 2012 Overall Record__________________________ 3-12-2 2012 WAC Record_________________________ 2-4-2/8th Letterwinners R/L_______________________________9/11 Newcomers_____________________________________ 14 All-time Record_____________________________ 61-67-13 NCAA Tournament Appearances____________________ 1 Last___________________ 2010 (L, 0-9 at No. 2 Portland) Athletics Communications Soccer Contact______________________Jordan Korphage Office Phone________________________ (210) 458-4930 Cell Phone__________________________ (210) 501-4006 E-Mail_____________________ jordan.korphage@utsa.edu Office Fax__________________________ (210) 458-4569 Shipping Address_____________ UTSA Sports Information __________________________________ One UTSA Circle ____________________ San Antonio, Texas 78249-0691

The 2013 UTSA Soccer Guide was designed and written by Assistant Athletics Communications Director Jordan Korphage with editorial assistance by Associate Athletics Communications Director Brian Hernandez. Photos by Jeff Huehn, Mark McClendon and Rusty Shaw.

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Giving Back

COMM U N I T Y S E RV I CE

Every year, the UTSA Soccer team has devoted its time not just on the field, but off the field as well. They are involved in several community service events such as the Habitat for Humanity, the Wounded Warrior Project, Haven for Hope, Roadrunner Day Move-In, the Medina Children’s Clothing Drive, UTSA summer camps and delivering turkey to local food shelters. Their support for the community is a way to not only promote UTSA Athletics but UTSA to the city of San Antonio. The soccer team has won the UTSA Director’s Cup, given to the program that best exemplifies service in the community, three of the last five years.


UTSA


A b o ut UTSA The University of Texas at San Antonio was founded on June 5, 1969, by the Texas Legislature to be a “university of the first class.”

THIS IS

UTSA serves the San Antonio metropolitan area and the broader region of South Texas through programs and services offered from its four campuses: Main Campus, Downtown Campus, Hemisfair Park Campus and Park West Campus. With nearly 31,000 students and more than 600 tenured and tenure-track faculty, UTSA is the third-largest component in The University of Texas System. UTSA offers more than 140 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels in the colleges of Architecture, Business, Education and Human Development, Engineering, Liberal and Fine Arts, Public Policy and Sciences, as well as the Honors College, University College and Graduate School. The university’s four campuses provide access and opportunity for large numbers of historically underserved students. More than half of UTSA’s students come from groups underrepresented in higher education. Many students are the first in their families to attend a college or university.

Dr. Ricardo Romo, a San Antonio native, became UTSA’s fifth president in 1999 and is the first Hispanic president in the university’s history.

Main Building

As the region’s largest generator of engineers, artists, business professionals, teachers, scientists and technology managers, UTSA has produced more than 96,000 graduates since awarding its first degree in 1974. UTSA has more than 600 tenure and tenure-track faculty positions. Ninety-eight percent of full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty hold doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees. UTSA has a total of 59 endowed academic positions, a measure of academic excellence.

In 1973 construction began on UTSA’s original campus, now known as the Main Campus, on a 600-acre tract in the rolling foothills of San Antonio’s northwest side

In addition to the educational advantages UTSA offers, its economic impact directly and indirectly produces 1.2 billion in annual business revenues and supports an estimated 15,720 jobs in the San Antonio metropolitan statistical area. UTSA’s research specialties include health, cyber security, energy, sustainability, and human and social development. Source: UTSA Office of University Communications

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UTSA opened the 11-acre Downtown Campus in 1997.


UTSA University Center

M I S S I ON S TAT E M E N T

The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center for intellectual and creative resources as well as a catalyst for socioeconomic development and the commercialization of intellectual property — for Texas, the nation and the world. Research and sponsored programs expenditures at UTSA increased to more than $79 million in 2011, a 71 percent increase during the last five years. UTSA is one of only 66 universities in the nation designated as a National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance by the National Security Agency.

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CAMPUS LIFE L au r e l V i l l ag e

UTSA has five housing complexes on its Main Campus offering several styles of group living. On-campus housing accommodates more than 4,00 students. Students living on-campus are close to classrooms, the student center, food courts, library, athletics facilities and the student recreation center. San Saba Hall, Chaparral Village and Laurel Village are the newest on-campus residences and all three offer two- and four-bedroom suites with cable television, high speed Internet and kitchenettes, study rooms, a computer lab, a swimming pool and basketball courts.

C h a pa r r a l V i l l ag e

R o a d r u n n e r C a f é C o mm o n s

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UTSA’s four libraries — John Peace, Downtown Campus, Applied Engineering and Technology and Special Collections — contain more than 1.2 million books, 422,000 e-books, 34,500 e-journal subscriptions, 62,000 audiovisual items and 345 electronic databases.


Conveniently located in front of the John Peace Library on the Main Campus, the Sombrilla is a popular gathering place for UTSA students.

UTSA students, faculty and staff have many options for dining on campus.

Real Food on Campus at Roadrunner CafĂŠ, located adjacent to Chaparral Village, is an all-you-care-to-eat residential restaurant that includes fresh deli sandwiches and brick oven pizza.

Other on-campus dining options include Smoothie King inside the Recreation and Wellness Center, Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Biotechnology, Sciences & Engineering Building, Extreme Pita in the Business Building and a Subway, Grill Works, Pizza and Wings, Home Zone, Monterey Cafe and C3 Convenience Store at the Downtown Campus.

The University Center (UC) Food Court houses Chili’s Too, Taco Cabana, Panda Express and Burger King, while Starbucks, Subway and a C3 Convenience Store are a short walk away.

The John Peace Library (JPL) Food Court houses Chick-fil-A, Subway, Sushic-The Sushi Company, Starbucks, Smoothie King, Bene Pizza & Pasta and a C3 Convenience Store.

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enter R e c r e at i o n & W e l l n e ss C

The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center received the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Outstanding Facility Award in 2009.

CAMPUS REC The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center is one of the largest campus recreation centers in the state of Texas, containing nearly 300,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. The facility consists of six program areas — fitness and wellness, open recreation, intramural sports, club sports, outdoor pursuits and aquatics.

The UTSA Recreation & Wellness Center houses more than 24,000 square feet of weight and cardio space.

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Campus Recreation offers personal training, fitness assessments, nutritional guidance and group exercise for no additional fee. Group exercise consists of more than 25 classes ranging from yoga to kickboxing.


The 18,000 square-foot cardio room features numerous machines ranging from tread mills, ellipticals and stationary bikes to rowers and spin bikes.

The Outdoor Aquatics Center features a three-lane lap pool, leisure pool, lazy river, hot tubs, ample lounge space, a pair of beach volleyball courts and a basketball court.

The jogging track, one-sixth of a mile in length, circles above four regulation basketball courts.

The 54-foot rockclimbing wall is the largest of its kind on any campus in the state of Texas.

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A FOCUS ON Academic Services M i s s i o n S tat e m e n t Team Academics was established in order to provide academic services for student-athletes. We provide the necessary academic support services for all studentathletes to be successful in the classroom and pursue an undergraduate degree while competing as an athlete. The center is dedicated to the academic and personal development of all student-athletes. Consistent with the mission of the University of Texas at San Antonio, the Athletics Department is committed to provide an environment in which student-athletes can be successful academically, athletically and socially. In doing so, the department dedicates itself to absolute compliance with the rules of the University of Texas System, the university, the Southland Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

V i s i o n S tat e m e n t The UTSA Athletics Department will be successful in its mission when … • Student-athletes achieve academically and compete athletically at the highest level and are prepared with skills for life. • It achieves a level of social responsibility, honesty and integrity higher than is expected by the public and is required by laws, policies, guidelines and rules. • Athletics is the focal point for school identity, pride and spirit among students, faculty, staff, alumni and the surrounding community. • The community benefits from public service, affordable entertainment and economic growth derived from athletics.

Academic Success UTSA student-athletes have earned numerous academic awards during the past decade. A league-best 27 Roadrunners were named Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in their respective sports, the conference’s top honor for academic and athletics success. UTSA has had 16 student-athletes chosen as an Academic All-American, one of the top honors that can be bestowed upon a collegiate athlete, while 34 have earned Academic All-District accolades since 2003. In the last 10 years, more than 800 student-athletes have earned Southland and Western Athletic Conference academic honors.

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ACADEMICS C OLIN H OW LE T T

In April 2009, a state-of-the-art academic learning center opened its doors to UTSA student-athletes. The 4,000 square-foot Bodenstedt Athletic Learning Center houses five study carrels, two large conference

A ss o c i at e A D / Academic Services

rooms, a classroom, computer lab and office space for the Academic Services staff.

Colin Howlett is in his fourth year as Associate Athletics Director for Academic Services at UTSA. He is responsible for overseeing academic support services for the entire department. Howlett came to UTSA from Virginia Tech, where he was a member of the Student-Athlete Academic Support Services for 13 years. He began his tenure as Assistant Director in August 1997 and served in that capacity until his promotion to Associate Director in August 2001. He also was the Interim Director from July 2008-January 2009. While in Blacksburg, Howlett was responsible for developing and implementing academic success programs and providing academic, career and personal counseling to studentathletes in the sports of football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. He also assisted in the planning and development of the department’s Learning Assistance Program, served as the liaison to the Registrar’s Office and to the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities and helped coordinate the tutorial, peer mentor and study hall programs for all student-athletes. Prior to his tenure at Virginia Tech, Howlett was an Academic/Athletic Counselor at Maine from 1996-97. He also spent two years at Austin Peay where he served as an Academic Services Intern from 1994-95 and as the Interim Compliance Coordinator for six months before joining the staff at Maine. Howlett earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis on human resource management from Susquehanna University in 1990. He received a master’s degree in health and physical education with an emphasis in athletic administration from Southern Mississippi in 1994.

MATT LEITUALA

SARA GOTHELF

EMILY PATTON

BEN WEGEMER

BILL HICKEY

A ss i s ta n t AD/ Academic Services

A c a d e m i c C o o r d i n at o r

A c a d e m i c C o o r d i n at o r

A c a d e m i c C o o r d i n at o r

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S tu d e n t -A t h l e t e Career Services C o n n e ct i n g UT SA S t u de n t -At hletes t o C a re e r De ve l o p m e n t R e sour ces

CAREER

“There are more than 380,000 student-athletes and most of them go pro in something other than sports.” — NCAA Public Service Announcement The mission of the UTSA University Career Center is to assist students and alumni in identifying and developing the skills necessary to pursue lifelong career goals. The Career Center provides comprehensive career planning, job search skill development and a wide range of tools and resources designed to assist students and alumni in conducting a successful job search. The Career Center’s website, hireroadrunners.com, contains full-time professional, internship, co-op, work-study and parttime job listings, which are updated daily. Dozens of employers visit campus each year to interview UTSA students for full-time professional positions, as well as intern, co-op and other jobs. Multiple career fairs are held each semester and are attended by hundreds of employers from a variety of disciplines. These events offer information on full- and part-time jobs, internships and more. The Career Center employs a total of 11 career counselors, one of which, Stefanie Cisneros, is dedicated to serving student-athletes at UTSA. Individual career counseling appointments are available with counselors to discuss any aspect of your career development. They will use a variety of methods to help you learn more about career interests, including free online career assessments. In addition, career counselors can assist you in developing job search skills such as resumé writing, interview preparation and networking skills. Throughout the year, a variety of workshops are offered on various career-related topics, including several designed specifically for student-athletes.

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Why do employers seek student-athletes?

Student-Athletes possess many of the skills and abilities which are often sought by organization recruiters. Characteristics such as mental toughness, self-confidence, and performing under pressure are needed to be successful in any workplace. Listed below are additional qualities athletes can transfer from the playing field into the workplace. TEN QUALITIES OF TEAM PLAYERS • Time management • Teamwork • Goal-directed • Competitive • Confidence • Persistence and endurance • Loyalty • Discipline • Ability to accept constructive criticism • Resilience Adapted from: Bohac, Jennifer. Career Game Plan for Student-Athletes, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000.


SERVICES Career Center Partner Organizations

Hundreds of employers converge on the UTSA campus each year to participate in career fairs, information sessions and networking events and as guest speakers for workshops and in classrooms. Listed below is a sampling of just a few of the organizations with which the Career Center partners. Organizations marked with an asterisk have previously hired UTSA student-athletes for internships or full-time positions. AT&T * bp Energy * Capital Group Companies CIA CPS Energy Deloitte and Touche, LLP * Enterprise * Ernst & Young LLP FBI Frost Bank Harlandale ISD HEB Hyatt Hotels and Resorts * Judson ISD * KPMG LLP Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment * Medtronic * Microsoft Corporation NASA National Security Agency New York Life Northeast ISD Northrop Grumman Northside ISD Northwestern Mutual NuStar Energy Padgett Stratemann & Co., LLP Pape-Dawson Pepsi Bottling Group Planto Roe Financial Services, Inc. Raytheon San Antonio ISD Sapient Financial Group Southwest ISD Southwest Research Institute South San Antonio ISD Sportball Systems, Inc. Spurs Sports and Entertainment Target Corporation * TCEQ Tesoro Companies, Inc. Toyota Union Pacific Railroad United States Census Bureau U.S. Department of State U.S. Marshals USAA Valero Energy Corporation Veteran’s Administration Walgreens * Walt Disney World Wells Fargo Westin YMCA Zachry Holdings, Inc.

S T E FA N I E CISNEROS S tu d e n t - A t h l e t e Career Counselor Stefanie Cisneros is in her sixth year as career counselor for all UTSA student-athletes and her 13th year as a staff member at the UTSA Career Center Office. During her tenure, Cisneros has had the opportunity to speak to national audiences through professional presentations at the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers Annual Conference, the American Humanics Management Institute, the California Association for Counseling and Development Regional Conference and as a co-presenter at the National Careers Conference. Her most recent presentation, “Transfer the Magic from Playing Field to Career Field”, addressed the career development needs of student-athletes and best practices for working effectively with student-athlete populations and athletics departments. Cisneros is currently involved in several professional organizations, including memberships in the National Career Development Association (NCDA), Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE), National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the Texas Cooperative Education and Internship Association (TXCEIA). Cisneros graduated from UTSA in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and completed a master of arts degree in community counseling from UTSA in 2008.

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ATHLETIC MEDICINE The UTSA Athletic Training Department is committed to providing the highest standard of sports medicine care to all Roadrunners studentathletes. This includes education, prevention, evaluation, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses associated with athletic participation. Referral necessary for additional medical and psychological evaluation and treatment is also provided. The athletics training staff is dedicated to this mission and compliance with UTSA, Southland Conference and NCAA rules and regulations. The UTSA training staff works under the direction of Associate Athletics Director for Athletic Medicine, Jerry Greeson. All of the physicians that work with the training staff come from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School and those physicians, along with selected non-physicians, compose the sports medicine team. The training staff is responsible for the care, prevention and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, taping and wrapping procedures, emergency situations should they occur, attendance of practices and home and away events that occur to 16 intercollegiate sports. UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center which has state-of-the-art therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give student-athletes the best care available.

JERRY GREESON

BRENNA ELLIS

RHODIE MOSS

A ss o c i at e A.D./ Athletic Medicine

A ss o c i at e H e a d Athletic Trainer

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

RICHARD CAMPBELL

ROBERT LAMB

MEGHAN MCCAFFREY

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

A ss i s ta n t A t h l e t i c Trainer

Intern: Christine Murry Medical Consultants Richard Holcomb, Director of Sports Medicine; David Schmidt, Head Orthopaedic Physician; Timothy Palomera, Orthopaedic Physician; Jaime Garza, Surgeon

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UTSA student-athletes receive care from a centralized training center, which has state-ofthe-art therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation equipment to give them the best care available.


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING UTSA student-athletes are running faster and getting stronger thanks to a commitment to an enhanced strength and conditioning program and a new weight room.

MISSION STATEMENT

The UTSA Strength & Conditioning Department provides athletes the means by which they can train consistently, sensibly and systematically over designated periods of time in a safe, clean and professional environment to help prevent injury and improve athletics performance.

PHILOSOPHY

The philosophy of the University of Texas at San Antonio strength & conditioning program adheres strictly to the three proven scientific principles of adaptation ‌ Specificity The transfer of a training adaptation to a gain in competition performance. Overload Adaptation takes place when the magnitude of training is greater than normal and is achieved by prescribing the correct number of sets, repetitions and intensity of effort. The primary focus is the muscular and energy systems’ adaptation to overload. Periodization Training phases must be planned so that speed, agility, power and endurance will peak during the most important competitions.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING STAFF

CHARLIE DUDLEY

TRAVIS REUST

DERRICK JENKINS

Director

A ss o c i at e D i r e c t o r

A ss i s ta n t D i r e c t o r

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UTSA SPIRIT

The Mascot

The Roadrunner, a bird representative of the Texas Hill Country and the Southwest, was voted the UTSA mascot in 1977, defeating the armadillo in a student election. The choice was officially adopted in early 1978.

Rowdy the Roadrunner was ranked No. 12 on Yahoo! Sports’ Top 25 Most Unique Mascots

The School Colors

Official colors of the University of Texas System are orange and white. Upon recommendation from the UTSA Student Representative Assembly, the Board of Regents approved the addition of navy blue to the orange and white for UTSA’s colors for athletics competition.

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UTSA Fight Song Go, Roadrunners, Go! On to vict’ry with all your might. Fight, Roadrunners, Fight! For the Blue and the Orange and the White. We fight for U-T-S-A Alma Mater proud and strong. Win, Roadrunners, Win! And unite in our battle song.

The Alma Mater

Music to “Hail UTSA,” the alma mater of the University of Texas at San Antonio, was composed by Dr. Joe Stuessy, Professor of Music. Lyrics were written by Dr. Alan Craven, Director of the Division of English, Classics and Philosophy at UTSA. HAIL UTSA From our hills of oak and cedar To the Alamo Voices raised will echo As, in song, our praises flow. Hail Alma Mater! Through the years our loyalty will grow. The University of Texas at San Antonio

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CON F ERE NCE US A

On May 4, 2012, UTSA accepted an invitation to join Conference USA. The Roadrunners officially joined the league on July 1, 2013, and will compete against teams from Charlotte, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, FIU, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Middle Tennessee North Texas, Old Dominion, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP.

“Today is another outstanding day to be a Roadrunner. We are very excited about our new partnership with Conference USA. It is a great fit for us, and it is a significant step forward for the University and the entire city of San Antonio.” — UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo

“We are pleased to welcome UTSA to Conference USA. They are an amazing University in a very dynamic and vibrant city. Without a doubt, they will be a good fit for us. What is truly impressive is the way they launched their football program, which is a tribute to the strong leadership in place.” — Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky

UTSA Director of Athletics Lynn Hickey, UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo and Chairman of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Football Task Force John Montford announced the University’s move into Conference USA in a press conference on May 4, 2012.

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From its beginning in 1995, Conference USA’s dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains a common thread today and for a promising future. Throughout the changes during the C-USA history, the conference has held onto its strong foundation that reflects the league’s national presence. These 16 schools have compiled numerous athletic and academic achievements. Additionally, the C-USA footprint will grow by nearly 20 percent, while providing the geography that allows for a divisional scheduling model that will be beneficial to the student-athletes, fan-friendly and cost effective. Conference USA sponsors competition in 20 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 11 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom, in addition to sport specific AllAcademic teams. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service efforts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport. SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. Football • 72 teams have earned bowl bids • Member of the Bowl Championship Series • Bowl tie-ins with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Heart of Dallas Bowl, Military Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl Men’s Basketball • Consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country • 108 postseason teams (50 NCAA, 42 NIT, 8 CBI, 8 CIT) • One National Championship title game appearance • Three Final Four teams • Seven Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams • One NIT Champion and four NIT semifinalists • Inaugural CBI Champion • CIT Champion Women’s Basketball • 48 NCAA Tournament appearances • 43 WNIT appearances • One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 • Two WNIT semifinalists • One WBI Champion

Baseball • 58 NCAA appearances • Six College World Series appearances (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2001) • 14 Super Regional appearances • Has produced at least four NCAA teams in nine of the last 12 seasons In addition, 37 volleyball teams, 67 men’s and women’s soccer teams and 39 softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. C-USA has sent three men’s soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, three softball teams to the Women’s College World Series and three volleyball teams to the Sweet 16. The league has also had nine national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 700 NCAA appearances. SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among studentathletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 18 years, 176 student-athletes earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors, while 618 were named All-District. In addition, more than 26,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA ON TV C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN. The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all three networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports. As one the largest FBS conferences in 2013, C-USA membership will include institutions in 12 of the Top 65 television markets, eight in the Top 40 and four in the Top 25 media markets according to Nielson. C-USA home markets next year will include more than 14.5 million TV households, a 43 percent increase from a year ago. C-USA DIGITAL NETWORK The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of 2011. Network programming includes live streaming of nontelevised events, video on demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regularseason and championship event highlights and conference-produced feature stories. In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted and available on the C-USA Digital Network, and that number just keeps growing. Monthly and yearly subscriptions offer fans access to events offered on all of the C-USA member institution’s athletic websites as well as C-USA network programming.

C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY The conference’s current footprint is concentrated with 16 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. With a commitment to community involvement, the conference developed several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations. Individually, student-athletes are recognized each season through the Spirit of Service award. GOVERNANCE Conference USA has significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors. A PROUD HISTORY Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996. The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and, after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. Marshall, Rice, SMU, Tulsa, UCF and UTEP became full-time members of Conference USA in 2005. Conference USA officially got a new look on July 1, 2013, while maintaining the same commitment to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. Eight institutions, including the return of charter member Charlotte along with FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion and UTSA, joined with East Carolina, Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP.

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BUILDING CHAMPIONS 2012-13 UTSA ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Commissioner’s Cup Champions • Two WAC Championships (baseball and men’s indoor track & field) • Three NCAA team postseason appearances (baseball, women’s golf, men’s indoor track & field) • Three All-America honors • Two WAC Players or Athletes of the Year (McKenzie Adams, volleyball; Richard Garrett Jr., men’s indoor track & field) • 71 All-Western Athletic Conference honorees • 25 WAC Athlete or Player of the Week winners • 96 Western Athletic Conference All-Academic Team selections • National rankings for men’s tennis and women’s golf President Dr. Ricardo Romo and Athletics Director • Football finished with an 8-4 record in just its second season of Lynn Hickey pose with the Western Athletic competition and posted a fourth-place finish in the WAC Conference Commissioner’s Cup trophy. • Women’s golf earned the school’s first at-large bid to an NCAA Championship event in any sport

that included an 8-4 record ed st po am te BS) teams, The football l Subdivision (F w Bo ll ba ot Fo histor y. four wins over e first in school which were th

r third picked up thei am te lf go ’s en ter earning The wom appearance af al on gi Re A CA an NCAA consecutive N rge selection to -la at r ve -e st fir the school’s event. Championship

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The men’s indoor tra ck & field team cont inued its dominance in the ne w league by claiming the Western Athletic Conference Championship in Fe bruary. It was the eighth consecut ive league title for the program.

The baseball team finished off a perfe ct run through the Western Athletic Co nference Tourname nt with an 11-4 win over Dallas Ba ptist to earn the prog ram’s third appearance in an NC AA Regional.


NCAA HOST INSTITUTION UTSA has served as the host institution for 12 NCAA Championship events during the past 14 years and will host three additional events, including NCAA Men’s and Women’s Golf Regionals in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

UTSA’s NCAA Championship Legacy

• 1997 Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional • 1998 Men’s Final Four • 1998 Men’s Golf Central Regional • 2001 Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional • 2002 Women’s Final Four • 2003 Men’s Basketball South Regional • 2004 Men’s Final Four • 2005 Women’s Volleyball Championship • 2006 Women’s Basketball San Antonio Regional • 2007 Men’s Basketball South Regional • 2008 Men’s Final Four • 2010 Women’s Final Four • 2011 Men’s Basketball Southwest Regional • 2011 Women’s Volleyball Championship • 2014 Men’s Basketball Second & Third Rounds • 2014 Men’s Golf San Antonio Regional • 2015 Women’s Golf Central Regional

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Dr. Ricardo Romo U niversity P resident (Texas • 1967)

R

icardo Romo is the fifth president of The University of Texas at San Antonio, which was named by the Texas Legislature as an emerging Tier One research university and a leader in providing access to excellence in teaching, research and community outreach. Under his leadership, student enrollment has risen to nearly 31,000, representing 68 percent growth in enrollment. The university has added numerous programs and facilities to enhance student life and expand its research capacity. With total research expenditures of $56.8 million and total expenditures of $79.4 million for fiscal year 2011, it represents a six-fold increase in expenditures during Romo’s tenure. A San Antonio native who grew up on the city’s West Side, Romo graduated from Fox Tech High School before attending the University of Texas at Austin on a track scholarship. At UT Austin, he was the first Texan to run the mile in less than four minutes, a record that lasted 41 years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in education from UT Austin (1967) and holds a master’s degree in history from Loyola Marymount University (1970). Additionally, Romo earned a Ph.D. in history from the University of California, Los Angeles (1975). A nationally respected urban historian, Romo is the author of “East Los Angeles: History of a Barrio,” now in its ninth printing (one in Spanish). Romo began his academic career teaching social studies (1967-1970) at Franklin High School in Los Angeles. He went on to teach at the University of California at San Diego (1975-1979) and the University of Texas at Austin (1980-1999). He was a visiting professor at University of California, Berkeley in 1985 and a visiting scholar with the Stanford University Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences (1989-1990). In 1993, he became vice provost for undergraduate education at UT Austin before becoming president of UTSA in 1999. Romo has received numerous awards and recognitions including 2006 Outstanding Friar Alumnus from the UT Austin Friar Society and the Isabel la Catolica award, the highest award given to non-Spanish subjects, bestowed upon him in 2007 by King Juan Carlos of Spain. In 2008, Romo received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Texas Exes Alumni Association. In 2010, he received the San Antonio North Chamber Gov. Dolph Briscoe Salute to Excellence Award. In 2011, Romo was presented the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Chief Executive Leadership Award for transforming UTSA from a regional campus into an emerging Tier One research university. In February 2012, Romo received the Colonel W.T. Bondurant Sr. Distinguished Humanitarian Award from the San Antonio Academy of Texas Alumni Council. Romo received the prestigious 2013 Clark Kerr Award for Distinguished Leadership in Higher Education from the University of California, Berkeley. Created in 1968 as a tribute to UC President Emeritus Clark Kerr, previous winners include nuclear physicist Herbert Frank York and Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren. In March 2013, Romo received the Wheaton College Otis Social Justice Award in Boston for promoting social justice through education and public service. Established in 1959, previous winners include Eleanor Roosevelt (U.S. first lady and first chair of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights), Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, Texas writer Molly Ivins and Senator Edward Kennedy. With a strong commitment to serve the community, Romo has served on

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Members of the 2001 San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Class from left to right: Robert Quiroga, Rudy Davalos, Nelson Wolff and Dr. Ricardo Romo a range of regional, national and international boards. He is vice chair of the Southwest Research Institute Board of Directors and on the boards of the American Council of Education, Philosophical Society of Texas, Humanities Texas, Austin Museum of Art and United States-Mexico Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (COMEXUS). In May 2011, President Barack Obama appointed Romo to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. Romo is married to Harriett Romo, a UTSA professor of sociology. She serves as director of the UTSA Mexico Center and the Bank of America Child and Adolescent Policy Research Institute (CAPRI). Both first-generation college graduates, the Romos have a son, Carlos, who earned degrees from Stanford University and the University of Texas School of Law. Their daughter, Anadelia, a graduate of Princeton University, received a doctoral degree from Harvard University and teaches at Texas State University. The Romos are avid art collectors. Their private art collection is particularly strong in works on paper by Chicana/Chicano and U.S. Latino artists with a regional focus on Texas and the Southwest. The collection includes works by Luis Jimenez, Carmen Lomas Garza, Cesar Martinez and Vincent Valdez, as well as print suites from Self Help Graphics and Coronado Studio. A talented photographer, Romo’s photos have been included in numerous regional art exhibits including “Havana,” a collection of photos taken in Cuba, and “South Africa,” a selection of his photos taken on a trip to rural South Africa. His “Small Town Texas” exhibit was displayed at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures. An assortment of his photos were featured in China’s most respected photography magazine, Popular Photography. Romo and four other Texas photographers showed their work in the exhibit “Infinite Horizons: Visions of Texas” as a Texas-China cultural exchange.


Lynn Hickey D irector

of

A thletics

(Ouachita Baptist • 1973)

L

ynn Hickey has made student-athlete welfare one of her top priorities while leading the UTSA Athletics Department to new heights. Under Hickey’s direction since 2000, UTSA has captured three conference commissioner’s cups and a pair of league all-sports trophies while consistently winning both team and individual academic and athletics awards in all 17 sports sponsored by the university. One of Hickey’s dreams to lead UTSA to the upper echelon of Division I Athletics was realized on Nov. 11, 2010, when the university received and accepted an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). The department claimed the 2012-13 WAC Commissioner’s Cup on the strength of league championships by the men’s indoor track & field and baseball teams in its first and only year in the conference. Hickey’s long-term goal of placing UTSA in a major conference was reached when Conference USA extended an invitation on May 4, 2012. The Roadrunners moved all 17 sports into that league on July 1, 2013. Hickey has overseen the addition of three sports during her tenure. Women’s golf and women’s soccer were added in 2005 and 2006, respectively, and both programs have emerged as annual league championship contenders. On Dec. 18, 2008, UTSA’s Athletics Initiative Business Plan was approved by the UT System Board of Regents, granting permission to start a football program. Hickey made a splash with the hiring of the first-ever head football coach, as two-time National Coach of the Year Larry Coker was introduced on March 6, 2009. The program kicked off its first season against Northeastern State on Sept. 3, 2011, to resounding success. The Roadrunners set NCAA start-up program records for inaugural game (56,743) and average home attendance (35,521) in six contests at the 65,000-seat Alamodome. In year two, UTSA posted an 8-4 overall record and finished fourth in the WAC with a 3-3 mark while averaging more than 29,000 fans at its six home dates. The 2010-11 academic year will go down in history as arguably the most successful in school annals, as the Roadrunners claimed the Southland Commissioner’s Cup and Women’s All-Sports Trophy, five championships and the first-ever NCAA postseason victory. UTSA followed that with four more league titles during the 201112 campaign, closing out two decades in the Southland with 58 team championships, a pair of Commissioner’s Cups and two All-Sports Trophies. Hickey has led the charge for UTSA and its hosting of numerous NCAA Championship events. Since her arrival on campus, UTSA has served as host institution for the 2001 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional, 2002 Women’s Final Four, 2003 Men’s Basketball South Regional, 2004 Men’s Final Four, 2005 Women’s Volleyball Championship, 2006 Women’s Basketball South Regional, 2007 Men’s

Basketball South Regional, 2008 Men’s Final Four, 2010 Women’s Final Four, 2011 Men’s Basketball Southwest Regional and 2011 Women’s Volleyball Championship. The school is slated to host the 2014 Men’s Basketball Second & Third Rounds, the 2014 Men’s Golf San Antonio Regional and the 2015 Women’s Golf Central Regional. In 2007, Hickey was named to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, one of the most prestigious appointments in all of collegiate athletics. The 10-member committee oversees administration of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, including the selection and seeding of teams for the tournament. Hickey, whose five-year term expired in 2012, became just the second female ever selected to the committee, joining Charlotte Athletics Director Judy Rose, who served from 1999-2003. Hickey has been honored nationally and locally for her hard work at UTSA. She was named the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators 2005 Division I-AAA Administrator of the Year. Hickey earned her second national award in June 2006 as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics/ GeneralSports TURF Systems Division I-AAA West Region AD of the Year. The San Antonio Express-News tabbed her as its 2010 Sportswoman of the Year and she also was selected to and completed the Masters Leadership Program of San Antonio and Bexar County. In September 2011, she received the ATHENA Leadership from the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. “UTSA is very fortunate to have an athletic leader with both the administrative and coaching experience of Lynn Hickey,” UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo said. “Lynn not only is a leader who can take our athletic program to the next level, but she is also well respected nationally and serves as an excellent role model for all studentathletes at this university.” In serving as the fourth athletics director in UTSA history, Hickey assumed the lead athletics role at one of the youngest NCAA Division I universities in the country (UTSA began athletics competition in 1981). The only female Division I athletics director that oversees both men’s and women’s sports in the state of Texas, she served as President of the Southland from 2002-04 and as the league’s representative to the NCAA Championship/Competition Cabinet. Hickey also was a member of the Women’s Basketball Rules Committee from 2003-06, spending the last two years as chair. Hickey came to San Antonio from Texas A&M University, where she served as senior associate athletics director/senior woman administrator from 1994-2000. At Texas A&M, her responsibilities included event management and marketing and promotions for 16 of the university’s 19 Division I sports. She also represented the Big 12 Conference as a member of the NCAA Championship Cabinet. From 1984-94, Hickey served as head women’s basketball coach for Texas A&M. She directed the 1993-94 Aggies basketball team to the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16, becoming the lowest-seeded team to ever reach that milestone. Texas A&M finished the year ranked No. 19 in the CNN/USA Today Top 25 poll. Following the season, Hickey relinquished her coaching duties to accept the promotion to senior associate athletics director. She finished her coaching career with an overall mark of 279-167 in 15 years of collegiate coaching. Before her stint at A&M, Hickey was head women’s basketball coach at Kansas State University from 1979-84. She averaged more than 23 wins per season in posting a 125-39 (.762) record over five years and led the Wildcats to five consecutive national tournament berths. She was inducted into the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame in September 2004. A native of Welch, Okla., Hickey graduated summa cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark., with a bachelor’s degree in education. She was an All-American for OBU’s nationally-ranked basketball team and a member of the USA National Team in 1973. Hickey and her husband, Bill, have one daughter, Lauren Nicole.

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A b o ut S a n A n t o n i o

T h e A l am o

San Antonio has a population of approximately 1.3 million, making it the nation’s seventh-largest city. San Antonio was the fastest growing of the 10 largest cities from 2000-10. With more than 25 million visitors per year, San Antonio is one of the top tourist destinations in the United States. San Antonio boasts some of the state’s most-visited attractions: The Alamo, The River Walk, SeaWorld® San Antonio and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas®. Settled in 1718, San Antonio is one of the American West’s oldest cities and its rich history surfaces in its architecture, neighborhoods, food, culture and traditions. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, San Antonio is an ideal destination year round. San Antonio has 14,518 acres of parks and 118 miles of mostly urban hike-and-bike trails in the metropolitan area.

THIS IS

San Antonio boasts one of the largest military concentrations in the country with Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base and Randolph Air Force Base located in the city. San Antonio is home to five Fortune 500 companies: Valero Energy, Tesoro Petroleum, Clear Channel Communications, USAA and NuStar Energy. The largest medical research and care provider in South Texas, the South Texas Medical Center, calls San Antonio home. San Antonio is a sports town, as it is home to six professional sports franchises: the four-time NBA Champion Spurs, the WNBA’s Silver Stars, the American Hockey League’s Rampage, the San Diego Padres’ Double-A affiliate Missions, the Arena Football League’s Talons and the North American Soccer League’s Scorpions. San Antonio is a sports destination, as it annually hosts the Valero Alamo Bowl, the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl, the PGA Tour Valero Texas Open and the Champions Tour AT&T Championship. The city also has hosted three NCAA Men’s Final Fours, two Women’s Final Fours, six NCAA Basketball Regionals, three Big 12 Football Championship Games and Dallas Cowboys Training Camps. Sources: San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau

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SAN ANTONIO The River Walk

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SAN ANTONIO A D E S T I N AT I O N C I T Y It’s easy to see why more than 25 million people visit San Antonio each year. With 300 days of sunshine annually and an average temperature of 70 degrees, the nation’s seventh-largest city is an ideal destination year round. The Alamo City boasts some of the state’s most visited attractions: The Alamo, The River Walk, SeaWorld® San Antonio and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas®.

Schlitterbahn, in nearby New Braunfels, is the world’s top-ranked waterpark.

Two of the nation’s top theme parks, SeaWorld (left) and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, call San Antonio home.

The Alamo is one of five Spanish missions built along the San Antonio River between 1718-31.

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Mission Concepcion

Mission San Juan

Mission San José

Mission Espada


Hundreds of hotels, restaurants, night spots and shops line the city’s urban core, including the magical River Walk.

The River Walk is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the state of Texas.

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PA R K W E S T AT H L E T I C S COMPLEX Quick Facts The 60-acre complex will be built in phases near UTSA’s Main Campus on a university-owned tract of land located just inside Loop 1604 near Hausman Road and Kyle Seale Parkway. When all phases are completed, the complex will feature NCAA Division I-quality stadiums: • Baseball (4,000 seats) • Softball (1,500 seats) • Soccer (5,000 seats) • Track (5,000 seats) • Tennis (1,500 seats) The complex will feature two multi-purpose lighted practice facilities that will be used by the football program. The complex will include a building that will house office space for coaches and staff, locker rooms, a training room and a strength and conditioning center.

Economic Impact The complex will generate nearly $200 million for the local economy during three years of construction and the initial five years of operation. The first five years of operation will generate an estimated $63 million in sports tourism spending, as UTSA will work with the city, county and San Antonio Sports to recruit and co-host tourist-destination events in the complex. UTSA’s athletics program currently contributes more than $27 million annually to the local economy, including operations and the existing sports-tourism base.

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UTSA officially opened the Park West Athletics Complex with dedication ceremonies prior to the soccer team’s exhibition game on Aug. 16, 2013.


UTSA officially broke ground at the Park West Athletics Complex on April 10, 2012. UTSA President Dr. Ricardo Romo, UTSA Director of Athletics Lynn Hickey, University of Texas System Board of Regents Chairman of the Board William Eugene Powell, District 25 Texas State Senator Jeff Wentworth, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, County Commissioner Kevin Wolff, San Antonio Mayor Juliรกn Castro and City Councilman Reed Williams all attended the groundbreaking along with the UTSA Marching Band and Roadrunners student-athletes.

When all phases are complete, the Park West Athletics Complex will include a building that will house office space for coaches and staff, locker rooms, a training room and a strength and conditioning center.

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NC AA C o m p l i a n c e The NCAA Rules

and

Fans

Compliance with NCAA rules is one of the highest priorities for our athletics program and institution. As a member of the NCAA, the University of Texas at San Antonio is accountable for the actions of its boosters and fans. Even the bestintentioned action on a fan’s part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Please contact the UTSA Compliance Office if you have any questions concerning what is permissible. Inquiries should be directed to the UTSA Compliance Office at this address: UTSA Compliance Office Intercollegiate Athletics One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 Phone: (210) 458-5493

Representatives of Athletics Interests A “representative of UTSA’s athletics interests,” or booster, is anyone who: • Has ever participated in or is currently a member of the various athletics department support groups; • Has made a donation to the athletics program; • Has helped arrange summer and/ or vacation employment for studentathletes; or • Has been involved, in anyway, in the promotion of UTSA’s athletics program

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Extra Benefits

Prospective and current studentathletes may not receive extra benefits. An extra benefit is any special arrangement by an institutional employee or representative of the institution’s athletic interests to provide a student-athlete or his/her family a benefit not authorized by NCAA legislation. Extra benefits would include, but are not limited to: • An employment arrangement for a prospect’s relatives; • Gifts of clothing or equipment; • Cosigning of loans; • Providing loans to a prospect’s relatives or friends; • Cash or like items; • Use of an automobile; • Any tangible items, including merchandise; • Free or reduced-cost services, rentals or purchases of any type; • Free or reduced-cost housing • Use of a college’s athletic equipment; • Sponsorship of or arrangement for an awards banquet for high school, prep school or two-year college athletes by a college, athletics representative or its alumni groups; • Employment of a student-athlete at a rate higher then the wages paid for similar work; and • Payment to a student-athlete for work not performed.

Recruiting

Only coaches and athletics department staff may be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter, e-mail, or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at The University of Texas at San Antonio. This includes contacting prospective student-athletes on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) The prohibition remains in effect even after the prospect signs a national letterof-intent (scholarship offer). You can do your part by forwarding names of any potential recruits to the UTSA coaching staffs.

Prospective Student-Athlete

A prospective student-athlete is a person who has started classes for the ninth grade. You can become a prospect even if you have not started the ninth grade, if a college gives you or your relatives any financial aid help or other benefits that it does not give others. Before a prospect can make an official visit to UTSA, he/she must present (1) a score from a PSAT, SAT or ACT test (through an official high school or testing agency), (2) an academic transcript, and (3) must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and must be placed on the institution’s Institution Request List with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Visiting UTSA Official Visit: An “official visit” is a visit paid in whole or in part by the university and cannot exceed 48 hours in length. A prospect can make a total of five official visits, with a limit of only one per university. Unofficial Visit: An “unofficial visit” is a visit made at the prospect’s own expense. The university may provide (a) three complimentary tickets to an on-campus athletics event in which the university’s team is competing and (b) transportation to view offcampus practice and competition sites within a 30-mile radius. Prospects can make as many unofficial visits as they want. More information concerning recruiting and initial eligibility can be found online at: ncaa.org goUTSA.com


Season Preview

Roster 34 Media Information 35 Schedule 36


Season Preview

Roster No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.-Exp.

Hometown/Last School

0

Bubba Makela

GK

5-8

Fr.-HS

Mukilteo, Wash./Kamiak HS

1

Katherine Tesno

GK

5-8

Fr.-HS

Conroe, Texas/Oak Ridge HS

2

Brianna Livecchi

F

5-6

Fr.-HS

San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur HS

3

Kirsten Buono

D

5-8

Fr.-HS

Rossmoor, Calif./Los Alamitos HS

4

Tyane Ramos

D/F

5-4

Fr.-HS

Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson HS

5

Alexis Alaniz

MF

5-3

So.-TR

San Antonio, Texas/UTEP

6

Elizabeth Gaski

F

5-9

Fr.-HS

Springfield, Va./Woodson HS

7

Kauwela Neal

F

5-4

Fr.-HS

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii/Kamehameha HS

8

Anka Grotle

D

5-8

Jr.-2L

Bremanger, Norway/Flora HS

9

Kaytee O’Brien

MF/D

5-7

Jr.-TR

Coffeyville, Texas/UNC Greensboro

10

Laylla da Cruz

MF

5-10

Jr.-2L

Ouro Branco, Brazil/Liceu Santista HS

11

Kalena Ka’eo

MF

5-6

Fr.-HS

Wailuku, Hawaii/Kamehameha Maui HS

12

Kirby Wright

D

5-3

Fr.-RS

Denton, Texas/Ryan HS

14

Charlotte Husoe

D/MF

5-3

So.-1L

Aalesund, Norway/Fagerlia VGS

15

Anisa Patterson

F

5-9

Fr.-HS

Ventura, Calif./Ventura HS

16

Megan Snyder

MF/D

5-4

Jr.-TR

Overland Park, Kan./Butler [Kan.] CC

17

Happy Orere-Amadu

F/MF

5-3

Jr.-TR

New York, N.Y./Monroe [N.Y.]

18

Anissa Munson

F

5-7

So.-1L

Helotes, Texas/O’Connor HS

19

Taylor Windgarden

F

5-6

Jr.-TR

Macedon, N.Y./Monroe [N.Y.] CC

20

Teresa Offerman

D

5-7

Jr.-TR

Wichita, Kan. /Butler [Kan.] CC

21

Sabrina Gonzalez

D

5-6

Fr.-HS

El Paso, Texas/Montwood HS

22

Shelby Wright

D/MF

5-9

Jr.-TR

Yuma, Ariz./Nova Southeastern [Fla.]

23

Courtney Bertholf

F

5-2

Fr.-HS

San Antonio, Texas/MacArthur HS

Head Coach: Steve Ballard (Eighth Season/SUNY-Cortland, 1974) Assistant Coach: Greg Sheen (First Season/Dayton, 2003) Assistant Coach: Stephanie Sanchez (First Season/Eastern New Mexico, 2008) Volunteer Assistant: Janio Cabezas

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Schedule Day

Date

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Location Time

Fri.

Aug. 16

Incarnate Word !

San Antonio

7 p.m.

Fri.

Aug. 23

at Baylor

Waco, Texas

7 p.m.

Sun.

Aug. 25

at Texas A&M

College Station, Texas

7 p.m.

Fri.

Aug. 30

South Dakota State vs. Lamar #

San Antonio

4 p.m.

Fri.

Aug. 30

Sam Houston State #

San Antonio

7 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 1

South Dakota State vs. Sam Houston State # San Antonio

10:30 a.m.

Sun.

Sept. 1

Lamar #

San Antonio

1 p.m.

Fri.

Sept. 6

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

San Antonio

7 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 8

Samford

San Antonio

1 p.m.

Fri.

Sept. 13

at Kentucky

Lexington, Ky.

6:30 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 15

at Louisville

Louisville, Ky.

12 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 22

at Texas

Austin, Texas

7 p.m.

Fri.

Sept. 27

Florida Atlantic*

San Antonio

7 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 29

Rice*

San Antonio

1 p.m.

Fri.

Oct. 4

at Charlotte*

Charlotte, N.C.

6 p.m.

Sun.

Oct. 6

at Old Dominion*

Norfolk, Va.

12 p.m.

Fri.

Oct. 11

at North Texas*

Denton, Texas

7 p.m.

Fri.

Oct. 18

Southern Miss*

San Antonio

7 p.m.

Sun.

Oct. 20

Colorado College*

San Antonio

1 p.m.

Fri.

Oct. 25

at UTEP*

El Paso, Texas

8 p.m.

Sun.

Oct. 27

Louisiana Tech*

San Antonio

1 p.m.

Thu.

Oct. 31

at Tulsa*

Tulsa, Okla.

7 p.m.

Nov. 4-10

Conference USA Tournament

Houston, Texas

TBD

Nov. 15-Dec. 8

NCAA Tournament

TBD

TBD

All times Central and subject to change • Home games in bold played at Park West Athletics Complex ! Exhibition • # UTSA Classic • * Conference USA game

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Steve Ballard Head Coach Eighth Season SUNY-Courtland ‘74 Steve Ballard is in his eighth season as head coach of the UTSA women’s soccer program, which joins Conference USA this fall.

Steve Ballard at a glance...

With more than 20 years of women’s head coaching experience, Ballard has accumulated a career record of 223-177-27 (.554), including a 61-67-13 record at UTSA.

Coaching Record Overall : 223-177-27 (.554) At UTSA: 61-67-13 (.433)

He transformed the Roadrunners into annual Southland Conference contenders in his first six years on the job, as proven by his 32-13-8 league ledger, a pair of runner-up finishes in the conference standings (2006 & ‘07), six consecutive Southland Tournament appearances and the tournament crown and program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010. A strong believer in academics, Ballard placed 13 players on the Southland’s All-Academic teams during the Birds’ six years in the league, including first-teamers Allison Dillon, Anka Grotle, two-time honoree Ezinne Okpo, Maria Jose Rojas and Chelsea Zimmerman. Two players also were named to CoSIDA’s Academic All-District squads — Okpo and Zimmerman — and 107 earned spots on the Southland Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll. His team also has been recognized with the Team Academic Award from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) in each of the last six seasons. Ballard has mentored 27 all-conference performers, including six first-teamers, and two Southland Freshman of the Year winners (Zimmerman 2006/Dillon 2007). In 2011, Grotle became the first player in program annals to earn first-team accolades in back-to-back seasons and the first repeat selection since Okpo was named to the league’s top squad in 2007 and again two years later. Last season, Rojas led the team in goals (4), assists (3), points (11), shots (40) and shots on goal (23) and earned third-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors. The junior also notched a pair of game-winning goals that lifted UTSA to victories over Eastern Michigan (Aug. 31) and New Mexico State (Oct. 21). UTSA ended the 2011 season with a 9-9-2 record, including a 5-3-1 Southland mark, and it advanced to the semifinals of

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Coaching Experience 2006-present: head coach, UTSA 1995-2004: head coach, Eastern Illinois 1990-94: men’s/women’s head coach, Averett 1978-87: men’s/women’s head coach, Elon 1976-77: graduate assistant, North Carolina Education 1977: Master’s degree in physical education, North Carolina 1974: Bachelor of science in physical education, SUNY-Courtland the Southland Tournament after qualifying for the event for the sixth consecutive year. Rojas led the squad with nine goals and 22 points, which were the most by a Roadrunner since Dillon netted 10 and tallied 26 points in 2007. Grotle earned her second first-team all-conference nod, while Rojas and freshman Liv Nyhegn were named to the second team. Danielle Snyder was an honorable mention selection after earning the conference’s Goalkeeper of the Week award three times, while Grotle and Rojas added to their haul as by being named to the circuit’s all-academic first team. In 2010, Ballard guided the Roadrunners to a 13-8-2 record that culminated with the program’s first Southland Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. The 13 wins was one of nine school marks set during the season, including points, goals, assists, shots on goal, saves and shutouts. UTSA placed a program-best six players on the All-Southland teams, led by Grotle’s first-team nod. A trio of Roadrunners

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Meet the Roadrunners (Dillon/Zimmerman/Rojas) landed on the second team, while Laurel Dierking and Dacia Webb were named honorable mention. The accolades continued to pile up after UTSA defeated top-seed Southeastern Louisiana in the tournament championship game. Webb was named the event’s Most Valuable Player, while Katie Dugan, Grotle and Zimmerman made the All-Tournament Team. The Roadrunners traveled to the Pacific Northwest for their inaugural NCAA Tournament game where they lost to national No. 2 seed Portland. UTSA concluded the 2009 campaign with a 9-10-2 overall record (4-3-2 SLC) and it qualified for the Southland Tournament for the fourth year in a row. The Roadrunners landed five players on the All-Southland teams, led by Okpo’s first-team honor. Meanwhile, a pair of players were tabbed second-team all-conference (Dillon/Zimmerman), while Taylor Padia and Webb were named honorable mention all-league performers. UTSA also was honored for its work in the classroom, as four Roadrunners landed on the Southland All-Academic teams. Okpo and Zimmerman were tabbed first teamers, while Dillard and Dugan garnered second-team accolades. Zimmerman also was a second-team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VI selection. Ballard’s 2008 squad posted a pair of then-school records with 10 wins and nine shutouts en route to a 10-10-1 overall record and it finished second with a 6-2-1 league mark. UTSA made its third consecutive trip to the conference semifinals and four Roadrunners received postseason accolades. Okpo was a second-team all-conference performer, while a trio garnered honorable mention accolades (Celeste Carruth/Dillon/Nicoline Joergesen). In 2007, he led his team to marks of 9-92 overall and 6-2-1 in Southland play en route to a third-place finish. The Roadrunners also reached the conference tournament semifinals for the second consecutive season and four players collected all-conference honors, led by Southland Freshman of the Year and first-team honoree Dillon. Joining Dillon on the first team was Okpo. Veronica Najera and Zimmerman picked up secondteam certificates. Meanwhile, Okpo was a second-team ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-District VI selection and she also collected Southland AllAcademic honors for the second year in a row. Halee Hamm also was named to the league’s all-academic second team.

all record and second-place finish in the conference standings with a 5-1-2 mark. The Roadrunners earned their first Southland Tournament berth as the No. 2 seed and a quartet of players earned all-conference honors, highlighted by Zimmerman, who also was picked as the circuit’s Freshman of the Year. The team was just as strong in the classroom, as 20 players were named to the Southland Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll and the squad also received the NSCAA Academic Team Award. Prior to coming to UTSA, Ballard led Eastern Illinois to four consecutive NCAA Championship appearances. He started the Panthers’ highly-successful program in 1995 and also launched programs at Averett University and Elon University. In 10 years at EIU, he compiled a 126-66-13 record, which was an average of 12 wins per season. He put together nine consecutive campaigns of at least 10 victories and also oversaw a complete move into the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) in 1999 after EIU held dual membership with the Missouri Valley Conference in 1998. Ballard built the Panthers into a regional powerhouse in Charleston, Ill., compiling a 16-5 record in 1996. He continued to build upon his early success and led EIU to its first OVC Regular Season Championship in 1999 with a 12-9 mark that began a string of six consecutive conference championships. The Panthers claimed another OVC regular season title in 2000, won the tournament championship in 1998 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament from 2001-04. Ballard was named the 2000 OVC Coach of the Year after the Panthers compiled a 15-4-1 record. The following year, he guided EIU to a 14-6 ledger and the OVC Tournament Championship. In 2004, Ballard led the Panthers to a 13-5-2 record and they led the league in shots, goals, assists, points and corner kicks. After joining the OVC in 1999, Ballard’s squads went 334-3 (.857) in regular season league play and constructed a 10-1-1 (.869) mark in conference tournament matches.

Ballard guided a young squad that fea- Steve Ballard led the Roadrunners to tured 24 freshmen, including nine in the a school-record 13 wins and the prostarting lineup, in 2006 to an 8-9-2 over- gram’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010.

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Included in his team’s unprecedented success were numerous individual honors, including 45 All-OVC players and three OVC Player and Freshmen of the Year awards. Additionally, seven of his players earned NCAA Great Lakes AllRegion honors and the Panthers annually ranked among national leaders in offense and defense.

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Greg Sheen Assistant Coach First Season Dayton ‘03 A former Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) sis in sport management from Dayton in 2003. Coach of the Year, Greg Sheen is in his first season as an assistant coach at UTSA. He is married to the former Gena Draney and the couple has seven children: Meghan, Hannah, Sheen joined the Roadrunners staff in July af- Catherine, Chelsee, Brandon, Dakota and Sierra. ter spending the previous three seasons as the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator at Wright State. He helped lead the Raiders to 30 wins and a pair of appearances in the Horizon League Tournament Championship game (2011-12) during his three campaigns. Before his time at Wright State, Sheen was the 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year at Morehead State where he guided the squad to a 9-9-1 record, which marked the sixth most-improved Division I ledger in the country. In addition to his stint at Morehead State, the Arlington native also has served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Dayton (19992003), Texas (2005-06) and Miami (Fla.) (200809). He helped guide these squads to a total of five NCAA Tournament appearances, including a spot in the 2001 Sweet Sixteen with the Flyers. Prior to his coaching career, Sheen played professional soccer with the A-League’s Atlanta Ruckus during the outdoor season, while he spent indoor campaigns with the Atlanta Attack of the National Premier Soccer League. Sheen, who has a United States Soccer Federation B coaching license, earned a bachelor’s degree in general studies with an empha-

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Stephanie Sanchez Assistant Coach First Season Eastern New Mexico ‘08 Stephanie Sanchez is in her first season as an assistant coach at UTSA after stints at Western Texas College and Angelo State and a distinguished playing career at Eastern New Mexico.

ern New Mexico in 2008 with a psychology and sociology degree before she earned her master’s degree in applied psychology from Angelo State two years later.

Sanchez joins the Roadrunners staff after serving as the associate head coach at Western Texas College in the spring. Prior to that she spent five seasons coaching at Angelo State (three as an assistant, two as a graduate assistant), where she mentored the Rambelles goalkeepers and served as the team’s recruiting and video coordinator. Under Sanchez’s tutelage, Danielle Edwards earned Lone Star Conference (LSC) Goalkeeper of the Year and first-team all-conference honors in 2012. In 2010, she helped guide Angelo State to its first NCAA Tournament appearance, as the squad set records for most wins (13) and shutouts (9) in a campaign. That season, the Rambelles were led by goalie and two-time second-team allconference selection Melanie Peterson, who owns the school record for goals-against average. A four-year starter at Eastern New Mexico from 2004-07, Sanchez was a LSC honorable mention selection and team captain in her final two seasons. The Belen, N.M., native was a three-time member of the LSC’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll, she earned team Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 & ‘06 and is the the program’s career recordholder with 397 saves. Sanchez, who holds a United States Soccer Federation C coaching license, graduated from East2013 UTSA Soccer Guide

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Janio Cabezas Volunteer Assistant Coach

Janio Cabezas, who has more than 20 years of soccer experience, returns to UTSA as a volunteer assistant coach this fall. As an assistant coach for the Roadrunners in 2010, Cabezas helped lead UTSA to the school’s first Southland Conference Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. He began his coaching career in Manizales, Colombia, as head coach of the Corp Deportiva Once Caldes in 1989.Cabezas also coached for the Athletic Buenaventura team in 1993 ad then had a two-year stint at Corp Deportiva America-third division. In 1997, he was coach of a semi-professional team (Puma) in San Antonio. Cabezas then moved into youth coaching for nine seasons. He began with the Chivas School of soccer, followed by a short stay with the Strikers Soccer Club (1999-2003). Cabezas played professionally for more than 15 seasons in South America. He received his bachelor’s degree in marketing and human relations at the Center of Sports Studies in Barcelona, Spain, in 1988.

Support Staff

Ari Calderon Student Manager

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Megan Torres Student Manager

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Anka Grotle Defender 5-8 • Senior Flora HS Bremanger, Norway

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Junior (2012): Appeared in 16 matches with 15 starts, including all eight Western Athletic Conference matches … recorded three assists, which tied for tops on the team, and registered nine shots … aided a UTSA to a win over Eastern Michigan (Aug. 31) with an assist and notched helpers against Seattle (Sept. 28) and CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 11) … was named Preseason All-WAC and earned the league’s all-academic honor as well. Sophomore (2011): Became the first player in program history to earn first-team All-Southland Conference accolades in back-to-back seasons after starting all 20 contests and collecting seven points on three goals and an assist … also earned First-Team Southland All-Academic honors and was named to the Southland Commissioner’s Honor Roll … helped UTSA to eight shutouts on the campaign, which ranked third in the conference … spent more time on the pitch (1,779 minutes) than any other player … scored a goal in a victory against Prairie View A&M (Sept. 16) and ties versus UTEP (Sept. 18) and Lamar (Oct. 21) … only assist of the season came in a shutout of Weber State (Sept. 23). Freshman (2010): Was the only freshman named first-team All-Southland … named to the league’s all-tournament team as well as the Commissioner’s Honor Roll … was one of two players to start every game and help the Roadrunners set a school record with 10 shutouts … set a program record with 1,820 minutes played and went the distance 11 times including the final six matches of the campaign … had a season-high three points three times − at Prairie View A&M (Aug. 22), Houston Baptist (Aug. 29) and Grambling State (Sept. 5) − by recording a goal and an assist … her three game-winning goals led the team and tied for fourth in the conference … recorded a .452 (14 of 31) shot on-goal percentage … ranked third on the team in goals (4) and assists (4) and ranked fifth in points (12). Prior to UTSA: Played in the top Norwegian series league with the FK Fortuna Alesund in 2009 … played for the Kaupanger IL club team in 2008 … had a two-year stint with the Bremanger IL club team from 2006-07 … played for the Norwegian national team in 2006. Personal: Full name is Ann-Katrin Grotle… born on March 3, 1990, in Flora, Norway … daughter of Ola Martin and Reidun Grotle … has two brothers, John Roar and Trond and one sister, Randi … majoring in kinesiology.

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2010 23/23 1,820 4 4 12 31 .129 14 .452 3 2011 20/20 1,779 3 1 7 17 .176 9 .529 0 2012 16/15 1,402 0 3 3 9 .000 3 .333 0 Total 59/58 5,001 7 8 22 57 .123 26 .456 3

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Laylla

da

Cruz

Midfielder 5-10 • Senior Liceu Santista HS Ouro Branco, Brazil

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Junior (2012): Appeared in 16 contests with 11 starts, including starts in all eight Western Athletic Conference matches … recorded one assist and 26 shots … totaled 1,066 minutes on the pitch and logged at least 100 minutes in three matches … assisted the gamewinner at San Jose State (Oct. 7). Sophomore (2011): Ranked third on the team in points (10) after recording a pair of goals and a team-high six assists … her six assists tied for seventh in the Southland … played in all 20 matches with 12 starts and logged 1,027 minutes of action … both of her goals came in victories against Sam Houston State (Oct. 2) and Northwestern State (Oct. 16), including the game-winner against the Bearkats … in fact, UTSA was 6-0-1 when she tallied a point, with assists in triumphs against Texas Southern (Sept. 6), Prairie View A&M (Sept. 16), Central Arkansas (Oct. 14) and Nichols (Oct. 28) to go along with a helper in a tie versus UTEP (Sept. 18) … tied her career high with two assists against the Lady Panthers. Freshman (2010): Second on the team in points (15), goals (5), assists (5) and shots on goal (24) … her five assists tied for sixth in the conference while her 48 shots ranked eighth … played in all 23 matches with nine starts and 1,098 minutes on the pitch … recorded a goal and an assist in her first two games − wins against Alcorn State (Aug. 20) and Prairie View A&M (Aug. 22) … scored the game-winner against Grambling State (Sept. 5) … had a season-high two helpers in a 3-0 win against Central Arkansas (Oct. 10) … played a season-high 83 minutes and netted a goal at McNeese State (Oct. 15) … opened penalty kicks with a goal to help UTSA advance past Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 5) in the semifinals of the conference tournament. Prior to UTSA: Played for the Sao Jose club team in 2010 … spent three seasons with the Santos club team from 2006-09 … appeared with the U20 Brazilian national team in 2009. Personal: Full name is Laylla Mariana Rodrigues da Cruz… born on Nov. 12, 1990, in Ouro Branco, Brazil … daughter of Wanderley and Valéria Da Cruz … has one brother, Guilherme and one sister, Ana Luisa … majoring in business.

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2010 23/9 1,098 5 5 15 48 .104 24 .500 1 2011 20/12 1,027 2 6 10 28 .071 8 .286 1 2012 16/11 1,066 0 1 1 26 .000 10 .385 0 Total 59/32 3,191 7 12 26 102 .069 42 .412 2

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Charlotte Husoe Defender/Midfielder 5-3 • Junior Fagerlia Vgs HS Aalesund, Norway

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Sophomore (2012): Named Western Athletic Conference All-Academic … started all 17 matches and ranked second on the team with 1,446 minutes played … registered three points with one goal and one assist to go along with six shots … scored her first collegiate goal at Houston (Sept. 16), while her assist came against CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 11) … went the distance 10 times, including a season-high 110 minutes against Seattle (Sept. 28). Freshman (2011): Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … appeared in all 20 matches with 14 starts and logged 1,504 minutes on the pitch, which was the fifth most on the squad … helped UTSA to eight shutouts on the campaign … tallied eight shots, six of which were on goal … went the distance in seven consecutive contests, including a 110-minute outing against Lamar (Oct. 21) … also played all 107 minutes of UTSA’s overtime win against Southeastern Louisiana (Nov. 3) in the first round of the Southland Conference Tournament. Prior to UTSA: Attended Fagerlia Vgs in Aalesund, Norway … played on the SK Guard club team from 1998-2007 and for FK Fortuna Aalesund from 200711 … also spent time in the Norwegian “Toppserien” League, regarded as the top league in Norway, in 2009. Personal: Full name is Charlotte Sofie Steen Soevik Husoe … born Jan. 18, 1991, in Bergen, Norway … daughter of Tor and Anne … Has a brother, Torstein, and a sister, Kristina … majoring in business.

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2011 20/14 1,504 0 0 0 8 .000 6 .750 0 2012 17/17 1,446 1 1 3 6 .167 4 .667 0 Total 37/31 2,950 1 1 3 14 .071 10 .717 0

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Anissa Munson Forward 5-7 • Junior O’Connor HS Helotes, Texas

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Sophomore (2012): Earned Western Athletic Conference AllAcademic honors … played in all 17 matches and made three starts … totaled nine shots and 569 minutes on the pitch … played a season-high 61 minutes against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 14). Freshman (2011): Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … appeared in 18 games off the bench and tallied three goals and three assists, which both tied for third on the squad, in 674 minutes on the pitch … her nine points ranked fourth on the team … had a pair of goals in a win over Texas Southern (Sept. 6) and another winner versus Prairie View A&M (Sept. 16) … also tallied assists in victories against Northwestern State (Oct. 16), McNeese State (Oct. 23) and Nicholls (Oct. 28) … played a season-high 66 minutes against Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 4) in the semifinals of the Southland Conference Tournament … registered a .455 shot on goal percentage. Prior to UTSA: Played at O’Conner High School in San Antonio ... as a senior, scored 25 goals and recorded five assists en route to being named first team all-district 27-5A ... was also named to the 5A super team and all-area team by the San Antonio Express-News ... as a team captain in 2011, helped lead the Panthers to a bi-district title ... a three-sport athlete, she was named the school’s Most Outstanding Athlete as a senior ... in all, was named first team all-district as a sophomore, junior and senior while picking up second team honors as a freshman ... led O’Connor to area and championships in 2009 and 2010 ... helped the Lonestars club team to a state title in 2010 ... an accomplished track and field performer, took district pole vault titles in 2010 and 2011 and finished seventh at the state meet as a junior ... also advanced to cross country regionals her junior and senior seasons ... was a member of the National Honor Soceity and graduated with honors. Personal Full name is Anissa Leigh Munson ... born June 8, 1993, in San Antonio ... daughter of Allen and Lynette Munson ... has a sister, Ashton ... majoring in kinesiology.

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Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2011 18/0 674 3 3 9 22 .136 10 .455 0 2012 17/3 569 0 0 0 9 .000 2 .222 0 Total 35/3 1,243 3 3 9 31 .097 12 .387 0

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Kauwela Neal Forward 5-8 • Sophomore Kamehameha HS Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

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Freshman (2012): Appeared in 17 contests and made 16 starts, including all eight Western Athletic Conference matches … registered a pair of goals and 21 shots during the campaign … notched her first collegiate goal in a tie against Idaho (Sept. 30) and aided a win at New Mexico State (Oct. 21) with a score … played at least 80 minutes five times, including a season-high 109 minutes against Texas State (Oct. 28) in the season finale. Prior to UTSA: Attended Kamehameha High School in Honolulu, Hawaii … tallied 15 goals in 15 games, including a pair of winners in three state tournament matches, and was named the state’s Player of the Year by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser as a senior … named first-team Interscholastic League of Honolulu as a junior and senior after earning honorable mention accolades as a sophomore … helped the Warriors win the state championship as a senior and to a second-place finish her freshman campaign after league titles in both seasons … named to the honor roll and graduated with an honors diploma … in addition, played for Leahi ‘94 Premier Soccer Club in Honolulu. Personal: Full name is Carly Kauwela Neal … born on June 19, 1994, in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii … daughter of Barry Neal and Kiki Lau … has one sister, Mailani Neal … majoring kinesiology.

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2012 17/16 1,181 2 0 4 21 .095 6 .286 0 Total 17/16 1,181 2 0 4 21 .095 6 .286 0

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Kalena Ka’eo Midfielder 5-6 • Sophomore Maui HS Wiluku, Hawaii

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Freshman (2012): Appeared in 16 matches and earned the start against Dayton (Aug. 19) … totaled 515 minutes on the pitch and played a season-high 55 minutes in the opener at Houston Baptist (Aug. 17) … tallied a season-best three shots against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 14). Prior to UTSA: Attended Maui High School in Kahului, Hawaii … earned first-team All-Maui Interscholastic League (MIL) as a junior and senior after picking up honorable mention accolades as a sophomore … selected as a team captain her final two seasons … helped lead the Warriors to a MIL Championship as a freshman in 2009 … graduated with honors in 2012 … also played with the Maui United Soccer Club. Personal: Full name is Kalena Toshiko Ilimaohulani Kahakauwila Ka’eo … born on Sept. 8, 1994, in Wailuku, Hawaii … daughter of Jimboy and Karissa Ka’eo … has one sister, Kailana … majoring in kinesiology.  

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2012 16/1 515 0 0 0 9 .000 2 .222 0 Total 16/1 515 0 0 0 9 .000 2 .222 0

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Kirby Wright Defender 5-3 • Sophomore Ryan HS Denton, Texas

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Freshman (2012): Appeared in two matches to start the 2011 season before suffering a season-ending injury and receiving a medical redshirt … named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … played in four matches and totaled 64 minutes on the pitch as a redshirt freshman in 2012 … played a career-high 47 minutes and scored her first collegiate goal against CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 11) on the only shot she took during the season. Prior to UTSA: Attended Ryan High School in Denton, Texas ... named first team All-District 11-4A as a senior after scoring 10 goals and recording eight assists ... was a member of the Region I Senior All-Star Showcase Team and all-academic team ... was an honorable mention all-district selection in 2010 ... helped lead the Raiders to three consecutive district titles and a state semifinal showing in 2011 ... played for TFC94 Girls Blue club team that competed in the Lake Highlands Girls Classic League ... a member of the National Honor Society, she graduated in the top 10-percent of her class. Personal: Full name is Kirby Lynn McCready Wright ... born Nov. 6, 1993, in Franklin, Tenn. ... daughter of Trent and Tiffany Wright and Rich McCready ... has a brother, Jaab McCready, and four sisters, Wimberley and Kendall Wright, and Savanna and Jordan McCready ... majoring in English.

Career Stats Year GP/GS 2011 2/0 2012 4/0 Total 6/0

Min 23 64 87

G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0

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Anisa Patterson Forward 5-9 • Sophomore Ventura HS Ventura, Calif.

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As a Freshman (2012): Appeared in 13 matches and earned a start against Dayton (Aug. 19) … logged 420 minutes on the pitch and played a season-high 50 minutes against Idaho (Sept. 30) … scored her first collegiate goal against CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 11) and totaled four shots on the campaign. Prior to UTSA: Attended ttended Ventura High School in Ventura, Calif. … Played club soccer for the Westside Breakers … led the Breakers last season with seven goals in 10 matches. Personal: Full name is Anisa Lynee Patterson … born Sept. 28, 1994, in Ventura, Calif. … daughter of Christopher Patterson and Jana Kennedy … has a brother, Jordan Patterson, and two sisters, Olivia Patterson and Miranda McNair … her cousin, Jerome Long, was selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the seventh round of the 2012 NFL Draft … has yet to declare a major.

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2012 13/1 420 1 0 2 4 .250 1 .250 0 Total 13/1 420 1 0 2 4 .250 1 .250 0

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Sabrina Gonzalez Defender 5-6 • Sophomore Montwood HS El Paso, Texas

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As a Freshman (2012): Appeared in 11 matches and totaled 254 minutes … played a season-high 46 minutes against CSU Bakersfield (Oct. 11) and took her only shot of the season in the contest. Prior to UTSA: Attended Montwood High School in El Paso, Texas … was a three-time first-team All-District 1-5A honoree … helped lead the Rams with 18 goals and 10 assists in 28 contests as a senior … named Montwood HS Team MVP as a freshman and sophomore and earned varsity soccer Player of the Year accolades as a junior and senior … led the Rams to back-to-back bi-district, area and regional quarterfinal championships her junior and senior seasons … also played on the El Paso Xtreme club team. Personal: Full name is Sabrina Nicole Gonzalez … born on Nov. 18, 1993, in El Paso, Texas … daughter of Freddy and Susie Gonzalez … has one brother, Freddy … has yet to declare a major.

Career Stats Year GP/GS Min G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 2012 11/0 254 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 Total 11/0 254 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0

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Bubba Makela Goalkeeper 5-8 • Freshman Kamiak HS Mukilteo, Wash.

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Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, Wash., under head coach Beth Stewart … ranked as the No. 11 player in the Pacific Northwest Region by Top Drawer Soccer … closed her prep career as the school’s record holder for most shutouts and saves in both a single-season and career … earned all-state honors as a senior … was a two-time (2011-12) first-team all-league selection and earned Westco 4A Goalkeeper of the Year honors … tabbed the team’s Most Inspirational Player as a junior and senior … helped lead the Knights to a berth in the state tournament as a freshman in 2009 and a Westco South title in 2010 … played club soccer for Crossfire Premier ECNL … club ranked No. 13 in the nation in 2012-13 after claiming the Northwest Champions League crown … invited to the United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) National Training Center from 2010-12 and attended USYSA National Training Camp in 2012 … also in Region IV Player Pool for the Olympic Development Program from 2011-13. Personal: Full name is Emma Marie Makela … born on Jan. 7, 1995, in Bellevue, Wash. … daughter of Courtney and Kim Makela … father, Courtney, played football at Long Beach State, while her mother, Kim, was a dancer at Washington State … has two sisters, Bella and Lexi … has a brother, Hammy … majoring in education.

Katherine Tesno Goalkeeper 5-8 • Freshman Oak Ridge HS Conroe, Texas

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Prior to UTSA: Played at Oak Ridge High School in Conroe, Texas … logged 22 shutouts over her final two seasons and posted a 0.52 goals against average as a senior … earned District 15-5A Defender of the Year honors as a junior and Goalkeeper of the Year as a senior … was a two-time all-county selection and earned first-team All-Greater Houston Area her junior season … named the team’s Most Valuable Player her final two seasons … helped lead the War Eagles to a bi-district championship as a senior … also earned academic all-district honors as a senior. Personal: Full name is Katherine Ayse Tesno … born on Aug. 17, 1995, in Houston, Texas … daughter of William and Neslihan Tesno … has two brothers, Trey and Justin … Trey was a goalkeeper at Texas Lutheran … has yet to declare a major.

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Brianna Livecchi Forward 5-6 • Freshman MacArthur HS San Antonio, Texas

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Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at MacArthur High School in San Antonio, Texas, under head coach Erik Stolhandske … netted 49 goals and 14 assists during her prep career … earned allregion honors as a senior in 2013 … was named to the San Antonio Express-News Super Team and first-team all-district her final two seasons … helped lead the Brahmas to the regional finals in 2011, regional semifinals in 2012 and regional quarterfinals in 2013 … graduated in the top 15 percent of her class and was tabbed academic all-state for the 2012-13 school year … a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Brianna Sherry Livecchi … daughter of Thomas and Paula Livecchi … has a brother, Larry Ramos, and two sisters, Brook Livecchi and Cierra Ramos … has yet to declare a major.

Kirsten Buono Defender 5-8 • Freshman Los Alamitos HS Rossmoor, Calif.

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Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, Calif. … played half of her senior season after returning from an injury and registered eight assists and a pair of goals … helped lead the Griffins to the Sunset League title that season as the squad went undefeated through conference play … was an honorable mention all-conference pick all four seasons … participated in the Cal South Olympic Development Program pool … appeared on the Principal’s Academic Honors list all four years. Personal: Born on Oct. 24, 1995, in Long Beach, Calif. … daughter of Paul and Tina Buono … has two sisters, Kayla and Kara … majoring in psychology.

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Tyane Ramos Defender/Midfielder 5-4 • Freshman Pflugerville HS Pflugerville, Texas

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Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, Texas … was a four-time all-district selection … earned all-district Defensive Most Valuable Player honors as a sophomore and Offensive MVP laurels as a senior … scored 48 goals and recorded 26 assists during that senior campaign to help lead the Hawks to the regional semifinals … scored more than 100 goals during her high school career … the squad reached the regional sectionals her first two seasons and was a regional finalist in her junior year … named to Texas-South Olympic Development Program State Team … played club soccer for Lonestar SC ECNL and was the team’s top goal scorer in her final season. Personal: Full name is Tyane Marlene Ramos … born on June 2, 1995, in Austin, Texas … daughter of Eduardo and Rosa Ramos … has yet to declare a major.

Alexis Alaniz Midfielder 5-3 • Sophomore O’Connor HS/UTEP San Antonio, Texas

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Prior to UTSA: Appeared in nine matches with six starts as a freshman at UTEP in 2012 … helped the Miners to a 3-2 win over UAB (Oct. 5) with her first collegiate goal … logged more than 50 minutes in eight contests and went the distance in five matches … member of the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll … four-year letterwinner at O’Connor High School in Helotes, Texas … registered 14 goals and six assists as a senior and was named first-team all-district and all-area along with a spot on the San Antonio Express-News Super Team … also earned first-team all-district honors as a sophomore and junior after second-team laurels her freshman campaign. Personal: Full name is Alexis Deanne Alaniz … born on Feb. 23, 1994, in Houston, Texas … daughter of Ruben and Deanne Alaniz … has a sister, Victoria … has yet to declare a major.

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Elizabeth Gaski Forward 5-9 • Freshman Woodson HS Springfield, Va.

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Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at W.T. Woodson High School in Fairfax, Va. … was a team captain as a senior after earning second-team all-state honors as a junior … also picked up firstteam all-region and all-district honors that season and helped lead the Cavaliers to a Northern Region Championship … also earned second-team all-district as a sophomore … led club teams to four Virginia State Championships (2007-09, ’11) and aided the Washington Freedom to the U17 Super Y National Championship in 2010 … was a member of National Honor Society and the school’s honor roll. Personal: Born on Oct. 15, 1993, in Frederick, Md. … daughter of Mark and Barbara Gaski … has a brother, Paul, and three sisters, Acacia, Yobel and Mary … has yet to declare a major.

Kaytee O’Brien Midfielder/Defender 5-7 • Junior Heritage HS/UNC Greensboro Colleyville, Texas

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Prior to UTSA: Played two seasons at UNC Greensboro under head coaches Eddie Radwanski (2010) and Steve Nugent (2011) … appeared in 40 contests with 15 starts and recorded a pair of goals and an assist during her time with the Spartans … helped the squad to Southern Conference regular season and tournament titles as a freshman in 2010 and earned academic all-conference honors as a sophomore … amassed 92 goals and 123 assists in three seasons at Colleyville Heritage High School (2007-08, ’10) in Colleyville, Texas, and a season at Nolan Catholic High School (2009) in Fort Worth, Texas … was an all-state and first-team all-district performer all four seasons … helped lead Nolan Catholic to the state finals in 2009 and was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player … played club soccer for the Dallas Sting and helped the team to a State Cup finals appearance. Personal: Full name is Kaitlyn Noelle O’Brien … born on Aug. 11, 1992, in Seattle, Wash. … daughter of Pete and Donna O’Brien … Pete played a total of 12 seasons of Major League Baseball with the Texas Rangers (1982-88), Cleveland Indians (1990) and Seattle Mariners (1990-93) … has a brother, Mike, and three sisters, Alli, Hilary and Shannon … majoring in kinesiology.

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Megan Snyder Midfielder/Defender 5-4 • Junior Shawnee Mission West HS/Butler CC Overland Park, Kan.

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Prior to UTSA: Played two seasons at Butler College in El Dorado, Kan., under head coach Adam Hunter ... appeared in 51 games and scored 14 goals to go along with 19 assists in two seasons with the Grizzlies … for her efforts she was named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American both seasons … also earned All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference honors along with first-team National Junior College Athletic Association and NSCAA laurels as a freshman and sophomore … helped lead the squad to a pair of conference championships and fifth-place finishes at the national tournament … was a team captain and Most Valuable Player in 2012 … was a three-year varsity letterwinner for Shawnee Mission West High School in Overland Park, Kan. … helped lead the Vikings to the Class 6A state final as a senior … named to the school’s honor roll all four years and was a member of National Honor Society. Personal: Born Aug. 7, 1993, in Olathe, Kan. … daughter of Roderick and Rachael Snyder … majoring in business with an emphasis in actuarial science.

Happy Orere-Amadu Forward/Midfielder 5-3 • Junior Truman HS/Monroe New York, N.Y.

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Prior to UTSA: Played two seasons at Monroe College in New York, N.Y. ... was an honorable mention National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American in 2012 after registering 41 points on 16 goals and nine assists ... also picked up all-region and all-district honors while helping the Mustangs to a 12-1 record ... scored nine goals and added four assists in 2011 and was named all-region and all-district ... the squad posted a 13-1-1 mark that season and she was named to the NJCAA Division III All-Tournament Team.

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Taylor Wingerden Forward 5-6 • Junior Palmyra-Macedon HS/Monroe CC Macedon, N.Y.

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Prior to UTSA: Played the 2012 season at Monroe Community College in Rochester, N.Y., after spending the 2010 campaign at SUNY Fredonia in Fredonia, N.Y. … appeared in 20 contests for Monroe with 19 starts and ranked third on the squad with 44 points on 17 goals and 10 assists … earned first-team all-district and allregion while leading the Tribunes to a sixth-place national finish after winning district and regional titles … as a freshman at SUNY Fredonia she led the team with 22 points on 10 goals and a pair of assists … was tabbed second-team All-SUNY Athletic Conference … was a four-year letterwinner at Palmyra-Macedon High School in Palmyra, N.Y. … recorded 45 goals and four assists as a senior and was named Finger Lakes East League and Canadaigua Daily Messenger Player of the Year honors … also tabbed first-team All-Greater Rochester and was an NSCAA All-Region II East … helped lead the Raiders to a fourth-place finish at state after claiming the Finger Lakes East Championship. Personal: Born on June 19, 1991, in Rochester, N.Y. … daughter of Bruce and Linda Wingerden … has three sisters, Sarah and Chrissy Wingerden and Beth Meehan … majoring in American studies.

Teresa Offerman Defender 5-7 • Junior Bishop Carroll HS/Butler CC Wichita, Kan.

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Prior to UTSA: Played a season at Missouri Western (2011) in St. Joseph, Mo., for head coach Chad Edwards before a campaign at Butler College (2012) in El Dorado, Kan., and head coach Adam Hunter … started all 14 matches as a freshman at Missouri Western … made 23 starts for Butler College and was named first-team All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC), KJCCC Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-region by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) … in addition, took home National Soccer Coaches Association of America second-team All-America honors and was an NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American … helped lead the Grizzlies to a fifth-place finish at the national tournament … was a four-year letterwinner at Bishop Carroll High School in Wichita, Kan., under head coach John Rauch … was a three-time all-city selection along with all-region, all-metro and all-state honors as a junior and senior … also earned Regional Defensive Player of the Year laurels as a junior … was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born on Oct. 6, 1992, in Wichita, Kan. … daughter of John and Dianne Offerman … has a brother, Mike … majoring in psychology.

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Shelby Wright Defender/Midfielder 5-9 • Junior Mitchell HS/Nova Southeastern Yuma, Ariz.

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Prior to UTSA: Played two seasons (2010-11) at Nova Southeastern in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for head coach Michael Goodrich … appeared in 31 contests with 21 starts and scored two goals and recorded an assist during her tenure with the Sharks … was a team captain and helped lead the squad to the Sunshine State Conference title in 2010 … was a four-year letterwinner at J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Fla. … named team captain as a junior and senior … led the team in assists as a freshman and sophomore and earned the team’s Golden Boot Award in 2007 … earned all-conference and all-county honors in her final two seasons … helped lead the Mustangs to district titles in 2006 and 2008 … was a member of National Honor Society, an academic all-conference selection and member of the school’s honor roll … also took home the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship Award for her school in 2010 … also played club soccer for RSL Florida and, as a team captain, helped lead the squad to a state title in 2009. Personal: Full name is Shelby Dell Wright … born on June 19, 1992, in Yuma, Ariz. … daughter of John and Kim Wright … her mother, Kim, played volleyball and softball at Arizona Western College … majoring in criminal justice.

Courtney Bertholf Forward 5-2 • Freshman MacArthur HS San Antonio, Texas

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Prior to UTSA: Four-year letterwinner at MacArthur High School in San Antonio, Texas, under head coach Erik Stolhandske … posted 20 goals and 21 assists in 23 games as a senior and registered 64 goals and 52 assists during her prep career … named first-team all-district and all-area and claimed a spot on the San Antonio Express-News Super Team her final two seasons … also picked up all-region honors and was selected to participate in the Texas All-Star Game as a senior … helped lead the Brahmas to the regional finals in 2011, regional semifinals in 2012 and regional quarterfinals in 2013 … was a two-time academic all-district and all-state selection (2012-13). Personal: Born on March 6, 1995, in Laredo, Texas … daughter of Tim and Billie Bertholf … has a sister, Cecelia … has yet to declare a major.

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2012 Results Team Statistics Individual Statistics WAC Review 2012 WAC Tournament

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Results Date Opponent

W/L

Score Attendance

Aug. 17

at Houston Baptist

L

0-1

600

0-1

Aug. 19

Dayton

L

1-5

213

0-2

Aug. 25

at No. 12 Texas A&M

L

0-2

4,334

0-3

Aug. 31

Eastern Michigan^

W

2-1

337

1-3

Sept. 2

Kent State^

L

1-4

237

1-4

Sept. 9

Baylor

L

0-4

509

1-5

Sept. 16

at Houston

L

1-2

348

1-6

Sept. 21

at Miami (Fla.)

L

0-1

381

1-7

Sept. 28

Seattle*

T

1-1

108

1-7-1, 0-0-1

Sept. 30

Idaho*

T

1-1

217

1-7-2, 0-0-2

Oct. 5

at Utah State*

L

0-3

219

1-8-2, 0-1-2

Oct. 7

at San Jose State*

W

2-1

241

2-8-2, 1-1-2

Oct. 11

CSU Bakersfield

L

3-5

413

2-9-2, 1-1-2

Oct. 14

Louisiana Tech*

L (OT)

0-1

137

2-10-2, 1-2-2

Oct. 19

at Denver*

L

2-4

327

2-11-2, 1-3-2

Oct. 21

at New Mexico State*

W

2-1

416

3-11-2, 2-3-2

Oct. 28

Texas State*

L (OT)

0-1

477

3-12-2, 2-4-2

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2012 UTSA Roadrunners Soccer UTSA Overall Team Statistics (as of Jul 16, 2013) Team Statistics All games

Overall: 3-12-2 Conf: 2-4-2 Home: 1-6-2 Away: 2-6-0 Neut: 0-0-0 TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Penalty Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average CORNER KICKS Goals off corners PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Fouls Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE T o t al Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Goals by Period UTSA Opponents

1st 2nd

Shots by Period UTSA Opponents

1st 2nd

Saves by Period UTSA Opponents

6 15

10 21

95 120 123 143 1st 2nd

40 24

56 44

OT OT2 Total

0 1

0 1

16 38

OT OT2 Total

6 6

9 8

230 280

OT OT2 Total

3 2

3 3

102 73

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OPP

16-230 0.94 .070 90-230 .391 13.5 13

38-280 2.24 .136 140-280 .500 16.5 40

16 1 4 0 0.90 71 0 1-3 36

38 2 9 2 2.14 88 8 2-2 20

185 16 2

150 7 1

2618 9/291 0/0

7081 8/885

Corners by Period UTSA Opponents

1st 2nd

Fouls by Period UTSA Opponents

1st 2nd

Offsides by Period UTSA Opponents

1st 2nd

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81 66

18 11

40 40

94 75

14 9

OT OT2 Total

1 2

0 1

71 88

OT OT2 Total

7 3

3 6

185 150

OT OT2 Total

1 0

3 0

36 20

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Individual Statistics

Overall: 3-12-2 Conf: 2-4-2 Home: 1-6-2 Away: 2-6-0 Neut: 0-0-0 OVERALL ##

Player

gp-gs

g

7 3 17 4 20 14 8 9 15 12 10 5 18 11 22 6 13 21 1 0

Rojas, Maria Jose Boye, Simone Nyhegn, Liv Neal, Kauwela South, Lindsay Husoe, Charlotte Grotle, Anka Ortegon, Amanda Patterson, Anisa Wright, Kirby da Cruz, Laylla Whitlow, Whitney Munson, Anissa Ka'eo, Kalena Chudej, Kimber Lefort, Valentina Lopez, Edith Gonalez, Sabrina Pus, Katarina Calderon, Ari Total Opponents

17-15 17-16 17-15 17-15 9-9 17-16 16-14 15-11 13-1 4-0 16-10 15-5 17-3 16-1 17-15 16-14 11-0 11-0 17-17 3-0 17 17

4 3 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 38

a

CONFERENCE

pts

sh

sh% sog sog%

3 11 40 .100 23 2 8 33 .091 9 1 5 39 .051 13 0 4 21 .095 6 1 3 12 .083 4 1 3 6 .167 4 3 3 9 .000 3 0 2 7 .143 4 0 2 4 .250 1 0 2 1 1.000 1 1 1 26 .000 10 1 1 1 .000 1 0 0 9 .000 2 0 0 9 .000 2 0 0 6 .000 4 0 0 4 .000 1 0 0 2 .000 2 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 13 45 230 .070 90 40 116 280 .136 140

.575 .273 .333 .286 .333 .667 .333 .571 .250 1.000 .385 1.000 .222 .222 .667 .250 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .391 .500

gw

pk

gp-gs

g

a

pts

sh

sh% sog sog%

gw

pk

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 12

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

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

3 2 1 2

1 1 1 0

7 5 3 4

23 24 19 13

.130 .083 .053 .154

15 4 5 3

.652 .167 .263 .231

1 1 0 0

0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 13

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 17

0 4 .000 1 7 .000 0 4 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 22 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 .000 0 7 .000 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 21 134 .060 43 125 .104

2 2 1 0 0 10 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 47 57

.500 .286 .250 .000 .000 .455 .000 .250 .286 .333 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .351 .456

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4

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

OVERALL ##

Player

1 Pus, Katarina 0 Calderon, Ari 27 Snyder, Danielle Total Opponents Shots by Period UTSA Opponents

min.

ga gaavg saves

17-15 1482:17 3-0 68:11 1-0 45:00 17 1595:28 17 1595:28 1st

33 3 2 38 16

2.00 3.96 4.00 2.14 0.90

2nd

OT

OT2

95 120 123 143

6 6

9 8

Goals by Period UTSA Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

6 15

10 21

0 1

0 1

Saves by Period UTSA Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

40 24

56 44

3 2

3 3

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

62

gp-gs

CONFERENCE

92 4 6 102 73

Total 230 280 Total 16 38 Total 102 73

UTSA

Opponent

2618 9/291 0/0

7081 8/885

pct

.736 .571 .750 .729 .820

w

l

t sho

gp-gs

3 12 0 0 0 0 3 12 12 3

2 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0 2 7

8-7 1-0 8 8

min.

766:52 18:36 785:28 785:28

ga gaavg saves

13 0 13 8

1.53 0.00 1.49 0.92

43 1 44 38

pct

w

l

t sho

.768 1.000 .772 .826

2 0 2 4

4 0 4 2

2 0.0 0 0.0 2 0 2 3 Total 134 125

Shots by Period UTSA Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

57 47

62 64

6 6

9 8

Goals by Period UTSA Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

4 3

4 8

0 1

0 1

Saves by Period UTSA Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

15 14

23 19

3 2

3 3

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

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UTSA

Opponent

909 4/227 0/0

1418 4/354


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Western Athletic Conference Review Conference Overall Standings W-L-T Pct. Home Away W-L-T Pts Pct. Denver 6-0-2 .875 3-0-1 3-0-1 17-3-4 .792 7-0-1 Utah State 6-0-2 .875 4-0 2-0-2 13-3-6 .727 7-2-2 Texas State 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 8-12-1 .405 4-5 Louisiana Tech 3-3-2 .500 1-1-2 2-2 12-5-4 .667 6-1-2 Seattle U 3-3-2 .500 2-2 1-1-2 9-9-2 .500 6-3 Idaho 3-4-1 .438 2-2 1-2-1 6-14-1 .310 5-4 San Jose State 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 6-11-1 .361 5-4-1 UTSA 2-4-2 .375 0-2-2 2-2 3-12-2 .235 1-6-2 New Mexico State 0-7-1 .063 0-3-1 0-4 2-14-3 .184 1-6-1

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

Postseason Honors First Team Name Kaitlin Bast Battelli Melissa Busque Nicholette DiGiacomo Kristen Hamilton Sam Harder Mari Miyashiro Ashlyn Mulford Natalie Norris Chelsea Small Stephanie Verdoia Second Team Name Julia Besagno Emily Brennan Lara Campbell Jennifer Flynn Jill Flockhart Katy Van Lieshout Megan Molina Mo Rockwell Maria Jose Rojas Taryn Rose Emma Staley

School Denver Denver Seattle Denver Denver Denver Utah State Utah State Utah State Idaho Seattle

School Seattle Louisiana Tech Denver Utah State Idaho Denver San Jose State Louisiana Tech UTSA Utah State Texas State

Position Class Forward Senior Defender Junior Midfielder Senior Midfielder Junior Forward Junior Defender Sophomore Midfielder Junior Goalkeeper Senior Defender Senior Forward Senior Forward Sophomore

Position Class Midfielder Junior Forward Junior Goalkeeper Senior Forward Junior Midfielder Senior Midfielder Senior Defender Junior Defender Senior Forward Junior Defender Sophomore Defender Senior

Offensive Player of the Year – Kristen Hamilton, Denver Defensive Player of the Year – Natalie Norris, Utah State Freshman of the Year – Lynsey Curry, Texas State Coach of the Year – Jeff Hooker, Denver

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Western Athletic Conference Tournament Nov. 1-4, 2012 Chuck and Gloria Bell Soccer Field Logan, Utah

No. 2 Denver No. 2 Denver

No. 3 Texas State No. 3 Texas State No. 6 Idaho

No. 1 Utah State No. 4 Louisiana Tech No. 5 Seattle No. 5 Seattle

No. 1 Utah State No. 1 Utah State

Results

All-Tournament Team

Thu., Nov. 1 No. 3 Texas State 2, No. 6 Idaho 1 (OT) No. 5 Seattle 2, No. 4 Louisiana Tech 1

Kaitlin Bast, Denver Jessy Battelli, Denver Melissa Busque, Seattle U Lynsey Curry, Texas State Jennifer Flynn, Utah State Ashlyn Mulford, Utah State Taryn Rose, Utah State Emma Staley, Texas State Jackie Tillotson, Utah State Kalie Vaughn, Denver Stephanie Verdoia, Seattle U Most Valuable Player Natalie Norris, Utah State

Fri., Nov. 2 No. 2 Denver 2, No. 3 Texas State 0 No. 1 Utah State 2, No. 5 Seattle 1 Sun., Nov. 4 No. 1 Utah State 1, No. 2 Denver 0

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Career Records Single-Game Records Single-Season Records Year-by-Year Results All-Time Series Results All-Time Letterwinners Honor Roll

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Career Records Points Name P Year 1. Allison Dillon_____________75_______ 2007-10 2. Veronica Najera__________51_______ 2006-08 3. Maria Jose Rojas_________49_______ 2010-12 4. Chelsea Zimmerman______48_______ 2006-10 5. Taylor Padia_____________43_______ 2008-11 6. Laylla da Cruz____________ 26________ 2010-P Lindsay South____________26_______ 2009-12 8. Liv Nyhegn______________25_______ 2011-12 9. Halee Hamm_____________24_______ 2006-09 10. Jodi Leroy______________23_______ 2008-11 Points Per Game Name PPG Year 1. Allison Dillon____________ 0.89______ 2007-10 2. Veronica Najera_________ 0.85______ 2006-08 3. Maria Jose Rojas________ 0.89______ 2010-12 4. Liv Nyhegn_____________ 0.69______ 2011-12 5. Chelsea Zimmerman______ 0.61______ 2006-10 6. Svetlana Dmitriakov______ 0.54_________ 2006 7. Taylor Padia____________ 0.54______ 2008-11 8. Holli McGue____________ 0.53_________ 2006 9. Erin Mackay____________ 0.50_________ 2008 10. Simone Boye__________ 0.47_________ 2012 Goals Name G Year 1. Allison Dillon_____________29_______ 2007-10 2. Veronica Najera__________21_______ 2006-08 3. Maria Jose Rojas_________18_______ 2010-12 4. Chelsea Zimmerman______16_______ 2006-10 5. Taylor Padia_____________14_______ 2008-11 6. Halee Hamm_____________10_______ 2006-09 Liv Nyhegn______________10_______ 2011-12 8. Jenny Munoz_____________ 8_______ 2006-09 Lindsay South____________ 8_______ 2009-12 10. Laylla da Cruz___________ 7________ 2010-P Anka Grotle______________ 7________ 2010-P Goals Per Game Name GPG Year 1. Veronica Najera_________ 0.35______ 2006-08 2. Allison Dillon____________ 0.35______ 2007-10 3. Maria Jose Rojas________ 0.31______ 2010-12 4. Liv Nyhegn_____________ 0.28______ 2011-12 5. Svetlana Dritriakov_______ 0.23_________ 2006 6. Holli McGue____________ 0.21_________ 2006 7. Chelsea Zimmerman_____ 0.20______ 2006-10 8. Simone Boye____________ 0.18_________ 2012 9. Taylor Padia____________ 0.17______ 2008-11 Erin Mackay____________ 0.17_________ 2008 Game-Winning Goals Name GW Year 1. Allison Dillon_____________13_______ 2007-10 2. Maria Jose Rojas_________ 7_______ 2010-12 3. Chelsea Zimmerman______ 6_______ 2006-10 4. Veronica Najera__________ 5_______ 2006-08 5. Liv Nyhegn______________ 4_______ 2011-12 6. Anka Grotle______________ 3________ 2010-P 7. Laylla da Cruz____________ 2________ 2010-P Taylor Padia_____________ 2_______ 2008-11 Hamlee Hamm___________ 2_______ 2006-09 10. 16 tied_________________ 1

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Assists Name A Year 1. Allison Dillon_____________17_______ 2007-10 2. Chelsea Zimmerman______16_______ 2006-10 3. Taylor Padia_____________15_______ 2008-11 4. Maria Jose Rojas_________13_______ 2010-12 5. Laylla da Cruz____________ 12________ 2010-P Kari Weiland____________12_______ 2006-09 7. Jodi Leroy_______________11_______ 2008-11 8. Lindsay South____________10_______ 2009-12 9. Veronica Najera__________ 9_______ 2006-08 10. Anka Grotle_____________ 8________ 2010-P Celeste Carruth___________ 8_______ 2006-09 Laurel Dierking___________ 8_______ 2007-10 Assists Per Game Name APG Year 1. Maria Jose Rojas________ 0.22______ 2010-12 2. Laylla da Cruz___________ 0.20_______ 2010-P Chelsea Zimmerman_____ 0.20______ 2006-10 Allison Dillon____________ 0.20______ 2006-10 5. Taylor Padia____________ 0.19______ 2008-11 6. Calre Jakubowski________ 0.18______ 2009-10 7. Erin Mackay____________ 0.17_________ 2008 8. Kari Weiland___________ 0.16______ 2006-09 9. Veronica Najera_________ 0.15______ 2006-08 10. Kara Hoffman__________ 0.14_________ 2009 Goalkeeper Records Saves Names Saves Year 1. Dacia Webb____________ 267______ 2009-11 2. Rachel Francis___________ 169______ 2006-08 3. Katarina Pus_____________92__________ 2012 4. Nicoline Joergensen______91__________ 2008 5. Danielle Snyder__________74_______ 2009-12 6. Kasi Hebert______________54_______ 2006-08 7. Allison McCabe__________33_______ 2007-08 8. Ari Calderon_____________11_______ 2009-12 9. Marlee Ross_____________ 3__________ 2009 Save Percentage Name SV% Year 1. Allison McCabe_________ .825______ 2007-08 2. Kasi Hebert_____________ .806______ 2006-08 3. Dacia Webb____________ .792______ 2009-11 4. Nicoline Joergensen_____ .791_________ 2008 5. Rachel Francis___________ .772______ 2006-08 6. Danielle Snyder_________ .763______ 2010-12 7. Katarina Pus____________ .736_________ 2012 8. Ari Calderon____________ .688______ 2009-12 Saves Per Game Name SVPG Year 1. Dacia Webb____________ 5.45______ 2009-11 2. Katarina Pus____________ 5.41_________ 2012 3. Nicoline Joergensen_____ 5.35_________ 2008 4. Rachel Francis___________ 4.45______ 2006-08 5. Kasi Hebert_____________ 3.18______ 2006-08 6. Danielle Snyder_________ 3.08______ 2009-12 7. Allison McCabe_________ 2.75______ 2007-08 8. Ari Calderon____________ 0.92______ 2009-12

Wins Name W Year 1. Dacia Webb_____________19_______ 2009-11 2. Rachel Francis____________12_______ 2006-08 3. Danielle Snyder__________10_______ 2010-12 4. Nicoline Joergensen______ 6__________ 2008 5. Allison McCabe__________ 4_______ 2007-08 6. Katarina Pus_____________ 3__________ 2012 Losses Name L Year 1. Dacia Webb_____________23_______ 2009-11 2. Rachel Francis____________14_______ 2006-08 3. Katarina Pus_____________12__________ 2012 4. Nicoline Joergensen______ 6__________ 2008 5. Kasi Hebert______________ 4_______ 2006-08 Danielle Snyder__________ 4_______ 2010-12 Shutouts Name SO Year 1. Dacia Webb_____________12_______ 2009-11 2. Rachel Francis____________ 8_______ 2006-08 3. Danielle Snyder__________ 5_______ 2010-12 4. Allison McCabe__________ 4_______ 2007-08 Nicoline Joergensen______ 4__________ 2008 6. Kasi Herbert_____________ 1_______ 2006-08

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Scoring Points Name Opp Date Pts 1. Allison Dillon______ Nicholls_____ 10-5-07____ 6 2. Chelsea Zimmerman_ PVAM______ 8-30-06____ 5 ___________________ TSU_______ 9-10-06____ 5 Svetlana Dmitriakov__Grambling St._____9-1-06_______ 5 Kat Morel___________ TSU________9-7-07_____ 5 Allison Dillon_______ SHSU_____ 10-14-07____ 5 Veronica Najera___ Nicholls_____ 10-5-07____ 5 Allison Dillon______ Nicholls____ 10-10-08____ 5

Goals Name Opp Date G 1. Jodi Leroy_____ Texas Southern___9-6-11_____ 2 Anissa Munson__ Texas Southern___ 9-6-11______2 Liv Nyhegn________ PVAM______ 9-16-11____ 2 _______________ McNeese St.__ 10-23-11____ 2 Maria Jose Rojas___Weber St._____9-23-11_____2 _________________ Nicholls____ 10-28-11____ 2 Taylor Padia_____ Alcorn St.____ 8-20-10____ 2 Lindsay South____ Alcorn St.____ 8-20-10____ 2 ___________________UCA_____ 10-10-10____ 2 Allison Dillon_______ Lamar_____ 10-11-09____ 2 Halee Ham______ NW State____ 10-2-09____ 2 Taylor Padia_______ PVAM______ 9-27-09____ 2 Allison Dillon________ TSU_______ 8-29-08____ 2 _________________ Nicholls____ 10-10-08____ 2 Veronica Najera_____UCA_____ 10-31-08____ 2 Allison Dillon______ Nicholls_____ 10-5-07____ 2 __________________ SHSU_____ 10-14-07____ 2 __________________ Lamar______ 11-2-07____ 2 Kat Morel__________ TSU________9-7-07_____ 2 Svetlana Dmitriakov__Grambling St._____9-1-06_______ 2 Jenny Munoz___Grambling St.___9-1-06_____ 2 Veronica Najera___ PVAM______ 8-30-06____ 2 _ _________________ Nicholls____ 10-13-06____ 2 _________________ Nicholls_____ 10-5-07____ 2 Christine Walker_____ TSU_______ 9-10-06____ 2 Chelsea Zimmerman_PVAM______ 8-30-06____ 2 ___________________ TSU_______ 9-10-06____ 2 ___________________UCA______ 10-8-06____ 2 _________________ Nicholls____ 10-13-06____ 2

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History Assists Name Opp Date A 1. Kari Weiland_____ Nicholls____ 10-13-06____ 3 2. Taylor Padia___ Texas Southern___9-6-11_____ 2 Laylla da Cruz_____ PVAM______ 9-16-11____ 2 Maria Jose Rojas__ NW St.____ 10-16-11____ 2 Valentina Lefort__ McNeese St.__ 10-23-11____ 2 Maria Jose Rojas__ Alcorn St.____ 8-20-10____ 2 Katie Dugan___ Texas Southern__ 9-17-10____ 2 Laylla da Cruz______UCA_____ 10-10-10____ 2 Allison Dillon______McNeese____ 10-9-09____ 2 Veronica Najera_____ TSU_______ 8-29-08____ 2 Taylor Padia________ SFA______ 10-17-08____ 2 Allison Dillon______ Nicholls_____ 10-5-07____ 2 Chelsea Zimmerman__ Baylor_______9-4-07_____ 2 Celeste Carruth__Grambling St.___9-1-06_____ 2 Jenny Munoz____Grambling St.___9-1-06_____ 2 Kari Weiland_______UCA______ 10-8-06____ 2 Shots Name Opp Date Shots 1. Simone Boye_______ Idaho______ 9-30-12____ 9 2. Allison Dillon______ Nicholls____ 10-18-09____ 8 3. Taylor Padia___ Texas Southern___9-6-11_____ 7 Liv Nyhegn________ PVAM______ 9-16-11____ 7 Kimber Chudej_____ Lamar_____ 10-21-11____ 7 Laylla da Cruz______HBU______ 9-29-10____ 7 Veronica Najera___ Nicholls____ 10-13-06____ 7 _________________ SHSU_____ 10-14-07____ 7 _________________ SHSU______ 11-8-07____ 7 _______________ NW State____ 11-6-08____ 7 Shots on Goals Name Opp Date SOG 1. Allison Dillon________ Lamar_____ 11-2-07___ 6 Veronica Najera____ Nicholls___ 10-13-06___ 6 3. Svetlana Dmitriakov__ UTEP______9-3-06____ 5 Veronica Najera_____ SHSU____ 10-14-07___ 5 Maria Jose Rojas____ PVAM_____ 9-16-11___ 5 6. 20 tied_________________________________ 4 Most Saves Name Opp Date Saves 1. Dacia Webb________ Baylor______9-3-10___ 16 ____________________ SFA_____ 10-25-09__ 16 2. Rachel Francis______ Houston____ 9-17-06__ 14 3. Rachel Francis_____Texas A&M___ 8-27-06__ 12 ___________________ SHSU____ 10-27-06__ 12 5. Rachel Francis_____ Texas Tech____9-9-07___ 11 Dacia Webb_________ SFA______ 9-30-11__ 11 7. Four tied______________________________ 10

Team Single-Game Records

Most Points Opp Points Date 1. Texas Southern_________ 24________ 8-29-08 2. Alcorn State___________ 23________ 8-20-10 3. Texas Southern_________ 22________ 9-17-10 4. Texas Southern_________ 21__________9-6-11 5. Grambling State________ 20__________9-5-10 Texas Southern_________ 20________ 9-10-06 Prairie View A&M______ 20________ 8-30-06 8. McNeese State_________ 19________ 10-9-09 9. Texas Southern_________ 18__________9-7-07 Prairie View A&M______ 18________ 9-16-11 Most Goals Opp Goals Date 1. Alcorn State____________ 8_________ 8-20-10 2. Texas Southern__________ 7___________9-6-11 Prairie View A&M_______ 7_________ 9-16-11 Texas Southern__________ 7_________ 9-17-10 Prairie View A&M_______ 7_________ 8-30-06 Texas Southern__________ 7_________ 9-10-06 Texas Southern _________ 7___________9-7-07 Texas Southern__________ 7_________ 8-29-08 9. Grambling State_________ 6___________9-5-10 Texas Southern _________ 6_________ 9-25-09 Grambling State_________ 6___________9-1-06 Nicholls________________ 6________ 10-13-06 Most Assists Opp Assists Date 1. Texas Southern_________ 10________ 8-29-08 2. Grambling State_________ 8___________9-5-10 Texas Southern__________ 8_________ 9-17-10 4. Texas Southern__________ 7___________9-6-11 Alcorn State____________ 7_________ 8-20-10 McNeese State__________ 7_________ 10-9-09 7. Prairie View A&M_______ 6_________ 8-22-10 Nicholls________________ 6_________ 10-5-07 Prairie View A&M_______ 6_________ 8-30-06 Texas Southern _________ 6_________ 9-10-06 Shots Opp Shots Date 1. Prairie View A&M______ 38________ 9-27-09 2. Nicholls_______________ 37_______ 10-18-09 3. Texas Southern ________ 32________ 8-29-08 Prairie View A&M______ 32________ 9-16-11 5. Houston Baptist_________ 31________ 8-29-10 Prairie View A&M______ 31________ 8-30-06 Texas Southern_________ 31________ 9-10-06 8. Six times______________ 30 Shots on Goal Opp SOG Date 1. Prairie View A&M______ 20________ 8-30-06 2. Texas Southern_________ 19__________9-6-11 Prairie View A&M______ 19________ 9-16-11 Prairie View A&M______ 19________ 9-27-09 Lamar_________________ 19________ 11-2-07 4. Nicholls_______________ 18_______ 10-13-06 Texas Southern________ 18________ 8-29-08 6. Texas Southern_________ 16________ 9-17-10 Texas Southern_________ 16________ 9-25-09 7. Grambling State________ 15__________9-1-06 Texas Southern_________ 15________ 9-10-06 Nicholls_______________ 15________ 10-5-07 Nicholls_______________ 15_______ 10-10-08

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Ezinne Okpo helped the Roadrunners’ defense record nine shutouts in 2008.

Saves Opp 1. Stephen F. Austin_______ 2. Baylor_________________ 3. Houston_______________ 4. Texas_________________ 5. Texas A&M____________ Sam Houston State______ Texas Tech_____________ 8. Five tied_______________

S Date 17_______ 10-25-09 16__________9-3-10 14________ 9-17-06 13________ 9-14-07 12________ 8-27-06 12_______ 10-27-06 12__________9-9-07 11

Opponent Single-Game Records

Points Allowed Team Points Date 1. Portland_______________ 28_______ 11-12-10 2. Texas A&M____________ 19________ 8-27-06 3. Dayton________________ 17________ 8-19-12 SMU__________________ 17__________9-8-06 5. Denver________________ 15_______ 10-19-12 6. Fresno State____________ 14________ 8-21-11 Baylor_________________ 14________ 8-28-11 Rice__________________ 14________ 8-24-08 Texas_________________ 14________ 9-14-07 McNeese State_________ 14________ 11-4-07 Goals Allowed Team Goals Date 1. Portland________________ 9________ 11-12-10 2. Texas A&M_____________ 7_________ 8-27-06 3. Texas__________________ 6_________ 9-14-07 4. Dayton_________________ 5_________ 8-19-12 CSU Bakersfield_________ 5________ 10-11-12 Baylor__________________ 5_________ 8-28-11 Texas Tech______________ 5_________ 8-21-09 Rice___________________ 5_________ 8-24-08 SMU___________________ 5___________9-8-06 Iona___________________ 5_________ 9-23-07

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History Assists Allowed Team Assists Date 1. Portland_______________ 10_______ 11-12-10 2. Dayton_________________ 7_________ 8-19-12 Denver_________________ 7________ 10-19-12 SMU___________________ 7___________9-8-06 5. Fresno State_____________ 6_________ 8-21-11 McNeese State__________ 6_________ 11-4-07 7. Texas A&M_____________ 5_________ 8-27-06 8. Six tied_________________ 4 Shots Allowed Team Shots Date 1. Texas A&M____________ 44________ 8-30-09 2. Texas_________________ 41________ 9-14-07 3. Texas A&M ___________ 38________ 8-27-06 4. Texas Tech_____________ 35__________9-9-07 5. Baylor_________________ 34__________9-3-10 6. Baylor_________________ 33________ 8-28-11 UTEP__________________ 33________ 9-18-11 Rice__________________ 33________ 9-10-10 Stephen F. Austin_______ 33_______ 10-25-09 10. TCU_________________ 31________ 9-28-08 Shots on Goal Allowed Team SOG Date 1. Baylor_________________ 20__________9-3-10 2. Texas A&M ___________ 19________ 8-27-06 Texas_________________ 19________ 9-14-07 4. Portland_______________ 18_______ 11-12-10 Stephen F. Austin_______ 18_______ 10-25-09 6. Dayton________________ 16________ 8-19-12 Baylor_________________ 16________ 8-28-11 Texas Tech_____________ 16__________9-9-07 9. Baylor_________________ 15__________9-9-12 Houston_______________ 15________ 9-17-06 Saves Team Saves Date 1. Lamar_________________ 17________ 11-2-07 2. Prairie View A&M______ 15________ 9-27-09 3. Southeastern La.________ 13_______ 10-22-10 Prairie View A&M______ 13________ 8-30-06 5. Texas Southern_________ 12__________9-6-11 Prairie View A&M______ 12________ 9-16-11 McNeese State_________ 12_______ 10-15-10 Houston Baptist_________ 12________ 8-29-10 Nicholls_______________ 12_______ 10-18-09 UTEP__________________ 12__________9-3-06 Nicholls_______________ 12_______ 10-13-06

Opponents Individual Single-Game Records Points Name School Points Date Carol Danis (Iona)__________ 6_________ 9-23-07 Anne Candee (Rice)________ 6_________ 8-24-08 Ja’Nae Powell (McNeese State)_6_________ 10-5-08 Amanda Frisbie (Portland)___ 6________ 11-12-10 Chelsea Raymond (SFA)_____ 6_________ 9-30-11 Juliana Libertin (Dayton)_____ 6_________ 8-19-12 Goals Name School Goals Date Carol Danis (Iona)__________ 3_________ 9-23-07 Anne Candee (Rice)________ 3_________ 8-24-08 Ja’Nae Powell (McNeese State)__3_________ 10-5-08 Amanda Frisbie (Portland)___ 3________ 11-12-10 Chelsea Raymond (SFA)_____ 3_________ 9-30-11

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Assists Name School Assists Date Kat Krambeer, Texas A&M___ 4_________ 8-27-06 Shots Name School Shots Date Kamryn Koch (McNeese State)_ 12________ 11-7-08 Shots on Goals Name School SOG Date Sophia Mundy, Houston_____ 7_________ 9-17-06 Kelsey Carpenter, Texas_____ 7_________ 9-14-07 Kamryn Koch (McNeese State)_ 7_________ 11-7-08 Saves Name School Saves Date Kelsie Binetti (Lamar)_______ 17________ 11-2-07

Single-Season Records Points Name P Year 1. Allison Dillon_______________ 26________ 2007 2. Chelsea Zimmerman___________ 22________ 2006 Veronica Najera____________ 22________ 2007 Maria Jose Rojas___________ 22________ 2011 5. Liv Nyhegn________________ 20________ 2011 6. Allison Dillon_______________ 18________ 2009 Taylor Padia_______________ 18________ 2009 8. Allison Dillon_______________ 17________ 2008 9. Veronica Najera____________ 16________ 2008 Maria Jose Rojas___________ 16________ 2010 Points Per Game (Minimum 10 games) Name PPG Year 1. Allison Dillon______________ 1.30_______ 2007 2. Maria Jose Rojas__________ 1.22_______ 2011 3. Chelsea Zimmerman________ 1.16_______ 2006 4. Veronica Najera___________ 1.10_______ 2007 5. Liv Nyhegn_______________ 1.05_______ 2011 6. Allison Dillon______________ 0.90_______ 2009 7. Taylor Padia______________ 0.86_______ 2009 8. Allison Dillon______________ 0.81_______ 2008 9. Veronica Najera___________ 0.76_______ 2008 10. Maria Jose Rojas_________ 0.70_______ 2010 Goals Name G Year 1. Allison Dillon_______________ 10________ 2007 2. Chelsea Zimmerman__________9________ 2006 Veronica Najera_____________9________ 2007 Maria Jose Rojas____________9________ 2011 5. Liv Nyhegn_________________8________ 2011 6. Taylor Padia________________7________ 2009 Allison Dillon________________7________ 2008 8. Allison Dillon________________6________ 2010 Allison Dillon________________6________ 2009 Veronica Najera_____________6________ 2006 Veronica Najera_____________6________ 2008 Goals Per Game (Minimum 10 games) Name GPG Year 1. Allison Dillon______________ 0.50_______ 2007 Maria Jose Rojas__________ 0.50_______ 2011 3. Chelsea Zimmerman________ 0.47_______ 2006 4. Veronica Najera___________ 0.45_______ 2007 5. Liv Nyhegn_______________ 0.42_______ 2011 6. Taylor Padia______________ 0.33_______ 2009 Allison Dillon______________ 0.33_______ 2008 8. Veronica Najera___________ 0.32_______ 2006

9. Allison Dillon______________ 0.30_______ 2009 10. Veronica Najera_________ 0.29_______ 2008 Game-Winning Goals Name GW Year 1. Liv Nyhegn_________________4________ 2011 Allison Dillon________________4________ 2008 Allison Dillon________________4________ 2007 Chelsea Zimmerman_________4________ 2006 5. Maria Jose Rojas____________3________ 2011 Anka Grotle________________3________ 2010 Allison Dillon________________3________ 2009 8. Seven tied__________________2 Assists Name A Year 1. Kari Weiland_______________7________ 2006 2. Laylla da Cruz______________6________ 2011 Maria Jose Rojas____________6________ 2010 Allison Dillon________________6________ 2009 Allison Dillon________________6________ 2007 6. Lindsay South_______________5________ 2011 Laylla da Cruz______________5________ 2010 Jodi Leroy__________________5________ 2010 Taylor Padia________________5________ 2010 Clare Jakubowski____________5________ 2009 Celeste Carruth______________5________ 2006 Assists Per Game (Minimum 10 games) Name APG Year 1. Kari Weiland_____________ 0.37_______ 2006 2. Laylla da Cruz____________ 0.30_______ 2011 Allison Dillon______________ 0.30_______ 2009 Allison Dillon______________ 0.30_______ 2007 5. Chelsea Zimmerman_______ 0.29_______ 2007 6. Clare Jakubowski__________ 0.28_______ 2009 7. Celeste Carruth____________ 0.26_______ 2006 Maria Jose Rojas__________ 0.26_______ 2010 9. Lindsay South_____________ 0.25_______ 2011 10. Maria Jose Rojas_________ 0.22_______ 2011 Saves Names Saves Year 1. Dacia Webb______________ 119_______ 2009 2. Rachel Francis_____________ 108_______ 2006 3. Dacia Webb_______________ 98________ 2010 4. Katarina Pus_______________ 92________ 2012 5. Nicoline Joergensen________ 91________ 2008 6. Dacia Webb_______________ 50________ 2011 7. Kasi Hebert________________ 46________ 2007 Rachel Francis______________ 46________ 2007 9. Danielle Snyder____________ 42________ 2011 10. Allison McCabe___________ 32________ 2007 Save Percentage (Minimum 30 saves) Name SV% Year 1. Danielle Snyder___________ .840_______ 2011 2. Dacia Webb______________ .831_______ 2010 3. Allison McCabe___________ .821_______ 2007 4. Dacia Webb______________ .793_______ 2009 Kasi Hebert_______________ .793_______ 2007 6. Nicoline Joegensen________ .791_______ 2008 7. Rachel Francis_____________ .783_______ 2006 8. Rachel Francis_____________ .780_______ 2007 9. Dacia Webb______________ .725_______ 2011

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History Saves Per Game (Minimum 10 games) Name SVPG Year 1. Rachel Francis_____________ 5.68_______ 2006 2. Dacia Webb______________ 5.67_______ 2009 3. Katarina Pus______________ 5.41_______ 2012 4. Nicoline Joergensen_______ 5.35_______ 2008 5. Dacia Webb______________ 4.90_______ 2010 6. Rachel Francis_____________ 4.18_______ 2007 7. Kasi Hebert_______________ 3.51_______ 2007 8. Allison McCabe___________ 3.20_______ 2007 9. Danielle Snyder___________ 3.00_______ 2011 Wins Name W Year 1. Dacia Webb_______________ 10________ 2010 2. Dacia Webb________________9________ 2009 3. Rachel Francis_______________8________ 2006 4. Danielle Snyder_____________7________ 2011 5. Nicoline Joergensen_________6________ 2008 6. Allison McCabe_____________4________ 2007 7. Katarina Pus________________3________ 2012 Rachel Francis_______________3________ 2007 Rachel Francis_______________3________ 2008 Kasi Hebert_________________3________ 2006 Losses Name L Year 1. Katarina Pus_______________ 12________ 2012 2. Dacia Webb_______________ 10________ 2009 3. Rachel Francis_______________9________ 2006 4. Dacia Webb________________7________ 2011 5. Dacia Webb________________6________ 2010 Nicoline Joergensen_________6________ 2008 7. Kasi Hebert_________________4________ 2007 8. Rachel Francis_______________3________ 2007 9. Three tied__________________2

Shutouts Name SO Year 1. Dacia Webb________________7________ 2010 2. Dacia Webb________________5________ 2009 Rachel Francis_______________5________ 2006 4. Danielle Snyder_____________4________ 2011 Allison McCabe_____________4________ 2007 Nicoline Joergensen_________4________ 2008 7. Rachel Francis_______________2________ 2008 8. Danielle Snyder_____________1________ 2010 Rachel Francis_______________1________ 2007 Kasi Herbert________________1________ 2007

Team Single-Season Records

Scoring Points Year 134 (44g 46a)_________________________ 2010 Points Per Game Year 5.83__________________________________ 2010 Goals Year 44____________________________________ 2010 Goals Per Game Year 2.00__________________________________ 2006 Assists Year 46____________________________________ 2010

Shots Per Game Year 17.48_________________________________ 2008 Shots On Goal Year 174___________________________________ 2010 SOG Per Game Year 7.80__________________________________ 2007 Saves Year 128 (33 GA)___________________________ 2010 Saves Per Game Year 6.20__________________________________ 2007 Goal Against Avg. Year 1.39__________________________________ 2010 Wins Year 13____________________________________ 2010 Losses Year 12____________________________________ 2012 Ties Year 2_____________ 2006/2007/2010/2011/2012 Shutouts Year 10____________________________________ 2010

Assists Per Game Year 2.00__________________________________ 2010 Shots Attempted Year 367___________________________________ 2008

UTSA’s Inaugural Team 2006 Back row (l to r): Strength and Conditioning Coach Michael Cox, Student Manager Shovik Dasgupta, Head Coach Steve Ballard, Assoicate Head Coach Kristin Boeker, Student Trainer Erin Mazurek and Assistant Athletic Trainer Jason Mitchell. Front row (l to r): Kaitlyn Symons, Christy Underwood, Meagan Woods, Celeste Carruth, Paige Hardy, Kim Selman, Erin Ussery, Christine Walker, Ezinne Okpo, Kim Gonzales, Robin Arerra, Halee Hamm, Kylee Hix, Kari Weiland, Tara Manus Darika Lopez, Nikki Velez, Rachel Francis, Melanie Ringel, Veronica Najera, Jenny Munoz, Svetlana Dmitriakov, Chea Pajak, Tarah Sanchez, Kat Quinn, Amber Rendlemen, Julie Kopp, Chelsea Zimmerman, Carly Chudej, Mikelle Stack, Marin Nelson, Holli McGue, Chelsea Pack and Kasi Hebert

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Year-by-Year Results Steve Ballard 2006-Present Record: 61-67-13 (.433)

2006 • 8-9-2 overall • 5-1-2 SLC 4-3-1 home • 3-5-1 away •1-1 neutral

8.25 _________ Texas Tech ______L, 0-2 8.27 ________ @Texas A&M _____L, 0-7 8.30 ______ Prairie View A&M _ W, 7-0 9.1 _____ vs. Grambling State !_W, 6-0 9.3 ___________@ UTEP ! _______L, 0-4 9.8 ____________@SMU ________L, 0-5 9.10 _______ Texas Southern __ W, 7-0 9.15 __________@ Baylor _______L, 0-1 9.17 __________ Houston __L, 0-1 (2OT) 9.23 ___________@ TCU ________L, 0-3 10.1 ________ Texas State * _____T, 2-2 10.1 ______ @ Stephen F. Austin * __W, 2-1 10.6 ______Southeastern La. * ___L, 0-1 10.8 _______ Central Arkansas *___ W, 4-0 10.13 ______ @ Nicholls *____ W, 6-0 10.19 _ @ Northwestern State * _T, 0-0 10.22 ______ McNeese State * ___ W, 2-1 10.27 ____ @ Sam Houston State * __ W, 2-1 11.3 _____vs. McNeese State # __L, 0-1 ! UTEP Tournament * Southland match # SLC Tournament (San Marcos, Texas) 2007 • 9-9-2 overall • 6-2-1 SLC 2-3-2 home • 6-5 away •1-1 neutral

8.31 __________@ SMU ________L, 1-2 9.4 ___________ Baylor _________T, 2-2 9.7 _______@ Texas Southern __ W, 7-0 9.9 ________ @ Texas Tech_______ L, 1-4 9.11 __________ @ TCU _________L, 0-1 9.14 _________ @ Texas ________L, 0-6 9.21 _________Delaware _______L, 0-2 9.23 ___________ Iona __________L, 1-5 9.28 ________ @ Houston _____ W, 3-1 10.5 _______ @ Nicholls * ____ W, 5-1 10.7 ______@ Southeastern La. * ____ L, 0-2 10.12 ___Stephen F. Austin * ___T, 0-0 10.14 ____Sam Houston State * ___ W, 3-0 10.21 ____ @ Texas State *___ W, 3-1 10.26 _ @ Central Arkansas *_ W, 2-0 10.28 _ @ Northwestern State * _W, 1-0 11.2_________ Lamar *_______ W, 2-0 11.4 _____ McNeese State * ____L, 1-4 11.8 __ vs. Sam Houston State # _W, 1-0 11.9___ vs. Stephen F. Austin #__L, 0-1 * Southland match # SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

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2008 • 10-10-1 overall • 6-2-1 SLC

2010 • 13-8-2 overall • 6-2-1 SLC

4-3-1 home • 5-7 away •1-0 neutral

7-3 home • 3-5-1 away • 3-0-1 neutral

8.22_______ @ Houston__W, 1-0 (2OT) 8.24_________@ Rice__________ L, 1-5 8.29_____ Texas Southern_____ W, 7-0 8.30_______ Texas Tech________ L, 0-3 9.5_________ @ Texas_________ L, 0-3 9.7______ @ North Texas_____ W, 1-0 9.14________@ Baylor_________ L, 0-3 9.18______ @ Utah State_______ L, 0-2 9.20____ @ Southern Utah_____ L, 1-3 9.28__________TCU___________ L, 1-2 10.3_______ @ Lamar *_______ W, 2-0 10.5___ @ McNeese State *____ L, 2-4 10.10______ Nicholls *_______ W, 5-0 10.12___Southeastern La. *_____ L, 1-2 10.17_ @ Stephan F. Austin *__ W, 3-1 10.19__ @ Sam Houston State *____ W, 1-0 10.26_____ Texas State *_______ T, 1-1 10. 31_ Central Arkansas *___ W, 4-0 11.2__ Northwestern State *__ W, 1-0 11.6___vs. Northwestern State #___ W, 1-0 11.7___vs. McNeese State #___ L, 1-3 * Southland match # SLC Tournament (Lake Charles, La.)

8.20_____ vs. Alcorn State_____ W, 8-0 8.22___at Prairie View A&M___ W, 4-1 8.27________ at Texas_________ L, 1-3 8.29_____ Houston Baptist_____ W, 2-1 9.3_________at Baylor_________ L, 0-4 9.5_____ Grambling State____ W, 5-0 9.10_________at Rice__________ L, 1-2 9.17_____ Texas Southern_____ W, 7-0 9.19________ Houston_________ L, 1-3 9.24__________TCU___________ L, 1-4 10.1______ Texas State *______ W, 1-0 10.8_____ Northwestern St. *__W, 2-1 (OT) 10.10__ Central Arkansas *___ W, 3-0 10.15___ @ McNeese St. *_____ T, 1-1 10.17______ @ Lamar *__W, 1-0 (2OT) 10.22___Southeastern La. *_____ L, 0-1 10.24______ Nicholls *_______ W, 1-0 10.29__ @ Sam Houston State *____ W, 1-0 10.31_ @ Stephen F. Austin *___ L, 0-2 11.4______ vs. Lamar #______ W, 1-0 11.5_______vs. Stephen F. Ausin #_T, 1-1 (5-4 SO) 11.7______ vs. Southeastern La. #__ W, 1-0 (OT) 11.12___ at #2 Portland ^_____ L, 0-9 * Southland match # SLC Tournament (San Marcos, Texas) ^ NCAA Tournament (Portland, Ore.)

2009 • 9-10-2 overall • 4-3-2 SLC 4-4-1 home • 5-5-1 away •0-1 neutral

8.21______ @ Texas Tech_______ L, 0-5 8.23_______ @ Houston__W, 2-1 (2OT) 8.28_________@ TCU__________ L, 0-1 8.30_____ @ Texas A&M______ L, 0-3 9.4_____ @ Houston Baptist____ W, 1-0 9.11_______ Utah State_______ W, 1-0 9.13__________Rice___________ L, 0-2 9.18_________ SMU__________ L, 2-4 9.20_________ Baylor______ L, 0-1 (OT) 9.25____ @ Texas Southern____ W, 6-1 10.2__@ Northwestern State *__ W, 4-2 10.4__ @ Central Arkansas *__ W, 2-0 10.9____ McNeese State *____ W, 4-0 10.11_______ Lamar *___________ 3-0 10.16__@ Southeastern La. *____ L, 0-3 10.18_____ @ Nicholls *_______ T, 1-1 10.23__ Sam Houston State *____ L, 0-2 10.25__ Stephen F. Austin *____ T, 1-1 10.30____@ Texas State *______ L, 1-3 11.5_____ vs. Sam Houston State #__ L, 2-3 (2OT) * Southland match # SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

2011 • 9-9-2 overall • 5-3-1 SLC 4-1-2 home • 4-5 away • 1-3 neutral

8.19____ vs. #17 UC Irvine_____ L, 1-2 8.21_____ vs. Fresno State______ L, 0-4 8.26________ @ SMU_________ L, 0-2 8.28________@ Baylor_________ L, 1-5 9.2_________ @ Texas_________ L, 0-2 9.6_____ @ Texas Southern____ W, 7-0 9.16____Prairie View A&M____ W, 7-0 9.18_________ UTEP__________ T, 3-3 9.23______ Weber State______ W, 2-0 9.30____Stephen F. Austin*_____ L, 0-3 10.2___ Sam Houston State*___ W, 2-0 10.9_____ @ Texas State*______ L, 1-3 10.14__ @ Central Arkansas*___ W, 2-1 10.16__ @Northwestern State*___ W, 3-0 10.21_______ Lamar*_________ T, 1-1 10.23___ McNeese State*____ W, 3-0 10.28_____ @ Nicholls*______ W, 3-0 10.30__at Southeastern La.*____ L, 0-1 11.3____ vs. Southeastern La.#__W, 1-0 (OT) 11.4__ vs. Stephen F. Austin#___ L, 0-2 * Southland match # SLC Tournament (Natchitoches, La.)

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Year-by-Year Results / All-Time Series Results 2012 • 3-12-2 overall • 2-4-2 WAC 1-6-2 home • 2-6 away

8.17______at Houston Baptist____L, 0-1 8.19__________ Dayton________L, 1-5 8.25_____ at #12 Texas A&M___L, 0-2 8.31______Eastern Michigan!__ W, 2-1 9.2__________ Kent State_______L, 1-4 9.9____________ Baylor_________L, 0-4 9.16_________ at Houston_______L, 1-2 9.21_______ at Miami (Fla.)_____L, 0-1 9.28__________ Seattle*________T, 1-1 9.30__________ Idaho*________T, 1-1 10.5_______ at Utah State*_____L, 0-3 10.7______at San Jose State*__ W, 2-1 10.11______CSU Bakersfield_____L, 3-5 10.14_______Louisiana Tech*__ L, 0-1 (OT) 10.19________ at Denver*_______L, 2-4 10.21____at New Mexico State*__ W, 2-1 10.28________Texas State*__ L, 0-1 (2OT) ! UTSA Classic * Western Athletic Conference match

Alcorn State (1-0) H: 0-0 • A: 0-0 • N: 1-0 Aug. 20, 2010 __________ nW___________ 8-0

Kent State (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 2, 2012 ____________ hL_____________ 1-4

Baylor (0-6-1) H: 0-2-1 • A: 0-4 • N: 0-0 Sept. 15, 2006 ___________ aL_____________ 0-1 Sept. 4, 2007_____________ hT_____________ 2-2 Sept. 14, 2008____________ aL_____________ 0-3 Sept. 20, 2009____________ hL________ 0-1 (OT) Sept. 3, 2010_____________ aL_____________ 0-4 Aug. 28, 2011____________ aL_____________ 1-5 Sept. 9, 2012_____________ hL_____________ 0-4

Lamar (4-0-1) H: 2-0-1 • A: 1-0 • N: 1-0 Nov. 2, 2007 ____________ hW____________ 2-0 Oct. 3, 2008_____________ aW____________ 2-0 Oct. 11, 2009___________ hW____________ 3-0 Nov. 4, 2010____________ nW____________ 1-0 Oct. 21, 2011____________ hT_____________ 1-1

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Central Arkansas (6-0) H: 3-0 • A: 3-0 • N: 0-0 8, 2006 ____________ hW____________ 4-0 26, 2007___________ aW____________ 2-0 31, 2008___________ hW____________ 4-0 4, 2009_____________ aW____________ 2-0 10, 2010___________ hW____________ 3-0 14, 2011___________ aW____________ 2-1

CSU Bakersfield (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Oct. 11, 2012____________ hL_____________ 3-5 Dayton (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Aug. 19, 2012 ___________ hL_____________ 1-5 Delaware (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 21, 2007 ___________ hL_____________ 0-2 Denver (0-1) H: 0-0 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-0 Oct. 19, 2012 ____________ aL_____________ 2-4 Eastern Michigan (1-0) H: 1-0 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Aug. 31, 2012___________ hW____________ 2-1 Fresno State (0-1) H: 0-0 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-1 Aug. 21, 2011 ___________ nL_____________ 0-4 Grambling State (2-0) H: 1-0 • A: 0-0 • N: 1-0 Sept. 1, 2006 ___________ nW____________ 6-0 Sept. 5, 2010____________ hW____________ 6-0 Idaho (0-0-1) H: 0-0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 30, 2012____________ hT_____________ 1-1 Iona (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 23, 2007 ___________ hL_____________ 1-5 Houston (3-3) H: 0-2 • A: 3-1 • N: 0-0 Sept. 17, 2006 ___________ hL_______ 0-1 (2OT) Sept. 28, 2007___________ aW____________ 3-1 Aug. 22, 2008___________ aW______ 1-0 (2OT) Aug. 23, 2009___________ aW_______ 2-1(2OT) Sept. 19, 2010____________ hL_____________ 1-3 Sept. 16, 2012____________ aL_____________ 1-2 Houston Baptist (2-1) H: 1-0 • A: 1-1 • N: 0-0 Sept. 4, 2009____________ aW____________ 1-0 Aug. 29, 2010___________ hW____________ 2-1 Aug. 17, 2012____________ aL_____________ 0-1

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Louisiana Tech (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0- • N: 0-0 Oct. 14 __________________ hL________ 0-1 (OT) McNeese State (3-4-1) H: 3-1 • A: 0-2-1 • N: 0-1 Oct. 22, 2006 ___________ hW____________ 2-1 Nov. 3, 2006 _____________ nL_____________ 0-1 Nov. 4, 2007_____________ hL_____________ 1-4 Oct. 5, 2008______________ aL_____________ 2-4 Nov. 7, 2008_____________ aL_____________ 1-3 Oct. 9, 2009_____________ hW____________ 4-0 Oct. 15, 2010____________ aT_____________ 1-1 Oct. 23, 2011___________ hW____________ 3-0 Miami (0-1) H: 0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 21, 2012 ___________ aL_____________ 0-1 New Mexico State (1-0) H: 0-0 • A: 1-0 • N: 0-0 Oct. 21, 2012 ___________ aW____________ 2-1

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Nicholls (5-0-1) H: 3-0 • A: 2-0-1 • N: 0-0 13, 2006 ___________ aW____________ 6-0 5, 2007_____________ aW____________ 5-1 10, 2008___________ hW____________ 5-0 18, 2009____________ aT_____________ 1-1 24, 2010___________ hW____________ 1-0 28, 2011___________ aW____________ 3-0

Northwestern State (6-0-1) H: 2-0 • A: 3-0-1 • N: 1-0 Oct. 19, 2006 ____________ aT_____________ 0-0 Oct. 28, 2007___________ aW____________ 1-0 Nov. 2, 2008____________ hW____________ 1-0 Nov. 6, 2008____________ nW____________ 1-0 Oct. 2, 2009_____________ aW____________ 4-2 Oct. 8, 2010_____________ hW_______ 2-1 (OT) Oct. 16, 2011___________ aW____________ 3-0 North Texas (1-0) H: 0-0 • A: 1-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 7, 2008____________ aW____________ 1-0 Portland (0-1) H: 0-0 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-0 Nov. 12, 2010____________ aL_____________ 0-9 Prairie View A&M (4-0) H: 3-0 • A: 1-0 • N: 0-0 Aug. 30, 2006 __________ hW____________ 7-0 Sept. 27, 2009___________ hW____________ 4-0 Aug. 22, 2010___________ aW____________ 4-1 Sept. 16, 2011___________ hW____________ 7-0 Rice (0-3) H: 0-1 • A: 0-2 • N: 0-0 Aug. 24, 2008 ___________ aL_____________ 1-5 Sept. 13, 2009____________ hL_____________ 0-1 Sept. 10, 2010____________ aL_____________ 1-2

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All-Time Series Results Sam Houston State (6-2) H: 2-1 • A: 3-0 • N: 1-1 Oct. 27, 2006 ___________ aW____________ 2-1 Oct. 14, 2007___________ hW____________ 3-0 Nov. 8, 2007____________ nW____________ 1-0 Oct. 19, 2008___________ aW____________ 1-0 Oct. 23. 2009____________ hL_____________ 0-2 Nov. 5, 2009_____________ nL_______ 2-3 (2OT) Oct. 29, 2010___________ aW____________ 1-0 Oct. 2, 2011_____________ hW____________ 2-0 San Jose State (1-0) H: 0-0 • A: 1-0 • N: 0-0 Oct. 7, 2012_____________ aW____________ 2-1 Seattle (0-0-1) H: 0-0-1 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 28, 2012____________ hT_____________ 1-1 SMU (0-4) H: 0-1 • A: 0-3 • N: 0-0 Sept. 8, 2006 ____________ aL_____________ 0-5 Aug. 31, 2007____________ aL_____________ 1-2 SMU (0-4) H: 0-1 • A: 0-3 • N: 0-0 Sept. 8, 2006 ____________ aL_____________ 0-5 Aug. 31, 2007____________ aL_____________ 1-2 Sept. 18, 2009____________ hL_____________ 2-4 Aug. 26, 2011____________ aL_____________ 0-2 Stephen F. Austin (2-4-3) H: 0-1-2 • A: 2-1 • N: 0-2-1 Oct. 1, 2006 ____________ aW____________ 2-1 Oct. 12, 2007____________ hT_____________ 0-0 Nov. 9, 2007_____________ nL_____________ 0-1 Oct. 17, 2008___________ aW____________ 3-1 Oct. 25, 2009____________ hT_____________ 1-1 Oct. 31, 2010____________ aL_____________ 0-2 Nov. 5, 2010_____________ nT_____1-1 (5-4 SO) Sept. 30, 2011____________ hL_____________ 0-3 Nov. 4, 2011_____________ nL_____________ 0-2 Southeastern Louisiana (2-6) H: 0-3 • A: 0-3 • N: 2-0 Oct. 6, 2006 _____________ hL_____________ 0-1 Oct. 7, 2007______________ aL_____________ 0-2 Oct. 12, 2008____________ hL_____________ 1-2 Oct. 16, 2009____________ aL_____________ 0-3 Oct. 22, 2010____________ hL_____________ 0-1 Nov. 7, 2010____________ nW_______ 1-0 (OT) Oct. 30, 2011____________ aL_____________ 0-1 Nov. 3, 2011____________ nW_______ 1-0 (OT)

Texas A&M (0-3) H: 0-0 • A: 0-2 • N: 0-0 Aug. 27, 2006 ___________ aL_____________ 0-7 Aug. 30, 2009____________ aL_____________ 0-3 Aug. 25, 2012____________ aL_____________ 0-2 Texas Southern (6-0) H: 3-0 • A: 3-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 10, 2006 __________ hW____________ 7-0 Sept. 7, 2007____________ aW____________ 7-0 Aug. 29, 2008___________ hW____________ 7-0 Sept. 25, 2009___________ aW____________ 6-1 Sept. 17, 2010___________ hW____________ 7-0 Sept. 6, 2011____________ aW____________ 7-0 Texas State (2-3-2) H: 1-1-2 • A: 1-2 • N: 0-0 Sept. 27, 2006 ___________ hT_____________ 2-2 Oct. 21, 2007___________ aW____________ 3-1 Oct. 26, 2008____________ hT_____________ 1-1 Oct. 30, 2009____________ aL_____________ 1-3 Oct. 1, 2010_____________ hW____________ 1-0 Oct. 9, 2011______________ aL_____________ 1-3 Oct. 28, 2012____________ hL_______ 0-1 (2OT) Texas Tech (0-4) H: 0-2 • A: 0-2 • N: 0-0 Aug. 25, 2006 ___________ hL_____________ 0-2 Sept. 9, 2007_____________ aL_____________ 1-4 Aug. 30, 2008____________ hL_____________ 0-3 Aug. 21, 2009____________ aL_____________ 0-5 UC Irvine (0-1) H: 0-0 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-1 Aug. 19, 2011 ___________ nL_____________ 1-2 Utah State (1-2) H: 1-0 • A: 0-2 • N: 0-0 Sept. 18, 2008 ___________ aL_____________ 0-2 Sept. 11, 2009___________ hW____________ 1-0 Oct. 5, 2012______________ aL_____________ 0-3 UTEP (0-1-1) H: 0-0-1 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-0 Sept. 3, 2006 ____________ aL_____________ 0-4 Sept. 18, 2011____________ hT_____________ 3-3 Weber State (1-0) H: 1-0 • A: 0-0 • N: 0-0 Sept. 23, 2011 __________ hW____________ 2-0

Southern Utah (0-1) H: 0-0 • A: 0-1 • N: 0-0 Sept. 20, 2008 ___________ aL_____________ 1-3 TCU (0-5) H: 0-2 • A: 0-3 • N: 0-0 Sept. 23, 2006 ___________ aL_____________ 0-3 Sept. 11, 2007____________ aL_____________ 0-1 Sept. 28, 2008____________ hL_____________ 1-2 Aug. 28, 2009____________ aL_____________ 0-1 Sept. 24, 2010____________ hL_____________ 1-4 Texas (0-4) H: 0-0 • A: 0-4 • N: 0-0 Sept. 14, 2007 ___________ aL_____________ 0-6 Sept. 5, 2008_____________ aL_____________ 0-3 Aug. 27, 2010____________ aL_____________ 1-3 Sept. 2, 2011_____________ aL_____________ 0-2

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All-Time Letterwinners

Name Year Laura Barker_____________________________________________2007 Simone Boye____________________________________________2012 Ari Calderon_________________________________________2010-12 Celeste Carruth ___________________________________ 2006-09 Bonnie Caulfield______________________________________2008-10 Kacey Cherry____________________________________________2008 Hannah Collazo_________________________________________2008 Carly Chudej_________________________________________2006-08 Kimber Chudej________________________________________2010-12 Laylla da Cruz_________________________________________ 2010-P Laurel Dierking________________________________________2007-10 Allison Dillon_________________________________________2007-10 Svetlana Dmitriakov ______________________________________2006 Katie Dugan__________________________________________2008-11 Janee Ellington________________________________________2010-11 Rachel Francis _______________________________________2006-08 Katelyn Fray_____________________________________________2008 Jordyn Garcia___________________________________________2009 Lori Gomez_____________________________________________2010 Kim Gonzales ________________________________________2006-09 Sabrina Gonzalez______________________________________ 2012-P Anka Grotle___________________________________________ 2010-P Halee Hamm_________________________________________2006-09 Haley Harris_____________________________________________2011 Kasi Hebert__________________________________________2006-08 Leah Hendry____________________________________________2009 Kylee Hix____________________________________________2006-07 Kara Hoffman___________________________________________2009 Charlotte Husoe________________________________________ 2011-P Clare Jakubowski_____________________________________2009-10 Joy Jarrell_______________________________________________2007 Nicoline Joergensen______________________________________2008 Kalena Ka’eo__________________________________________ 2012-P Julie Kopp_______________________________________________2006 Traci Lee________________________________________________2009 Valentina Lefort_______________________________________2010-12 Jodi Leroy____________________________________________2008-11 Edith Lopez___________________________________________ 2011-P Darinka Lopez________________________________________2006-07 Jessica Lyon__________________________________________2010-11 Erin MacKay____________________________________________2008 Allison McCabe_______________________________________2007-08

Holli McGue____________________________________________2006 Kat Morel_______________________________________________2007 Jenny Munoz_________________________________________2006-09 Anissa Munson________________________________________ 2011-P Veroncia Najera _____________________________________2006-08 Jacqueline Nance_____________________________________2008-09 Kauwela Neal_________________________________________ 2012-P Liv Nyhegn___________________________________________2011-12 Stephanie Ogilvie_____________________________________2008-10 Ezinne Okpo_________________________________________2006-09 Sherie Olayiwola________________________________________2008 Amanda Ortegon_____________________________________2011-12 Chelsea Pack_________________________________________2006-07 Taylor Padia__________________________________________2008-11 Chea Pajak __________________________________________2006-07 Jenna Pawelek________________________________________2007-10 Anisa Patterson________________________________________ 2012-P Katarina Pus_____________________________________________2012 Kat Quinn_______________________________________________2006 Maria Jose Rojas______________________________________2010-12 Marlee Ross_____________________________________________2009 Tarah Sanchez___________________________________________2006 Alex Saraceno________________________________________2010-11 Lauren Schultz________________________________________2007-08 Kimberly Selman______________________________________2006-10 Danielle Snyder_______________________________________2010-12 Lindsay South_________________________________________2009-12 Mikelle Stack ________________________________________2006-07 Kaitlyn Symons__________________________________________2006 Megan Torres____________________________________________2009 Christy Underwood ______________________________________2006 Erin Ussery___________________________________________2006-07 Tori Vargas______________________________________________2011 Nikki Velez _____________________________________________2006 Christine Walker ________________________________________2006 Kari Weiland_________________________________________2006-09 Whitney Whitlow________________________________________2012 Brittany Wilson_______________________________________2008-11 Meagan Woods _________________________________________2006 Dacia Webb_________________________________________2009-11 Kirby Wright__________________________________________ 2012-P Chelsea Zimmerman___________________________________2006-10

All-Conference Honorees First-Team

Chelsea Zimmerman Southland 2006

Allison Dillon Southland 2007

Second-Team Allison Dillon__________ Southland______________ Veronica Najera ______ Southland______________ Liv Nyhegn____________ Southland______________ Ezinne Okpo__________ Southland________ 2006, Maria Jose Rojas_______ Southland________ 2010, Maria Jose Rojas____ Western Athletic___________ Chelsea Zimmerman____ Southland__ 2007, 2009,

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Honorable Mention Celeste Carruth________ Southland______________ Laurel Dierking_________ Southland______________ Allison Dillon__________ Southland______________ Nicoline Joergensen____ Southland______________ Veronica Najera ______ Southland______________ Taylor Padia___________ Southland______________ Danielle Snyder________ Southland______________ Dacia Webb__________ Southland________ 2009, Kari Weiland__________ Southland______________

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Freshman of the Year Allison Dillon__________ Southland______________ 2007 Chelsea Zimmerman____ Southland______________ 2006

Ezinne Okpo Southland 2007 & 2009

Anka Grotle Southland 2010 & 2011

All-Tournament Team Katie Dugan___________ Southland______________ Anka Grotle___________ Southland______________ Maria Jose Rojas_______ Southland________ 2010, Dacia Webb (MVP)_____ Southland______________ Chelsea Zimmerman____ Southland______________

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