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University of Wisconsin-Platteville THE UNIVERSITY The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is one of 13 publicly supported comprehensive universities in the UW System. Founded in 1866, UW-Platteville is the oldest public institution in the state of Wisconsin, and is considered one of the safest campuses in the nation. We are proud of our students’ contribution to the safety record, their pursuit of academic excellence and the leadership they continually demonstrate throughout the state, region and nation. As our nickname implies, our UW-Platteville “Pioneers” have created the very foundation for which we are known. Our leadership in the Colleges of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture; Engineering, Mathematics and Science; and Liberal Arts and Education helps students build on the foundation of strong values, commitment to excellence, leadership for a stronger world and a knowledge of technology which prepares them for life in the 21st century.

TRI-STATE INITIATIVE In 2005, UW-Platteville created the Tri-State Initiative (TSI) to help college be more accessible and affordable for students from Illinois and Iowa. TSI makes it easier to pursue the types of degree programs that will prepare you for a career in the 21st century. These program areas include agriculture, criminal justice, education, engineering, and industrial technology, all strengths at UW-Platteville. With TSI, UW-Platteville is out of state...not out of reach. TSI is a tuition savings program for eligible new freshmen and transfer students from Illinois and Iowa. TSI is offered only at UW-Platteville Eligible students from Illinois and Iowa will receive a savings on out-of-state tuition. Eligibility for TSI will be identified and reviewed based on choice of major and application for admission. TSI eligible majors are listed on the majors page. Undecided UW-PLATTEVILLE CAMPUS majors are not included in the TSI. UW-Platteville’s campus encompasses 850 acres, including 64 TSI is a limited enrollment program. buildings and the 430 acre Pioneer Farm. Ten attractive and well- A $200 enrollment deposit is required for students admitted maintained residence halls provide accommodations for 2,700 through TSI. This deposit is refundable until May 1st. students. Platteville (population 11,000) is the tri-state (Iowa-Illinois- UW-PLATTEVILLE AT A GLANCE Wisconsin) area’s second largest city and the largest commu- Founded: 1866 nity southwest of Madison. Platteville is 20 miles northeast of Campus: 821 acres Dubuque, Iowa, 70 miles southwest of Madison, 150 miles west - 400 acre education and research farm of Milwaukee, and 150 miles northwest of Chicago. A four-lane - 20 academic and student services buildings highway connects UW-Platteville to Madison, Iowa City, and - 10 residence halls Dubuque. Academic Programs: 41 majors Approximate travel time to Platteville from: 70 minors La Crosse, WI ............................................................... 2 hours Total Enrollment: 7,927 Madison, WI . .............................................1 hour, 15 minutes Undergraduate: 7,212 Graduate: 715 Rockford, IL ................................................................. 2 hours Student/faculty ratio: 24:1 Dubuque, IA........................................................... 25 minutes Average class size: 27 Monroe, WI .................................................................. 1 hour Faculty (no teaching assistants): 412 Chicago Suburbs .......................................................... 3 hours Student clubs and organizations: 220+ PIONEER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM Pioneer Enrichment Program helps freshman student athletes SCHEDULE A VISIT succeed in college life and the classroom. It is a one credit class Before you decide on a college you really want to get a good that is co-taught by UW-Platteville faculty, staff and members of feel for the university you are applying for. The best way to exthe Athletic Department. Students will receive a letter grade for perience the University of Wisconsin-Platteville is to come and visit our campus. this class. The Pioneer Enrichment Program is designed for incoming fresh- During your visit you will receive valuable information on apman student athletes. The goal of the Pioneer Enrichment Pro- plication deadlines, scholarship opportunities, and academic gram is to acclimate our student athletes with a way to approach requirements. A faculty member will advise you about your opcollege life and be successful socially and academically. Many pro- portunities in the academic major of your interest. On a tour grams have required study time for their players. However, much you will have a chance to see the new student center, classof the time that is spent in supervised study is not productive for rooms, dorms, the library and other campus features. You will student athletes. At UW-Platteville we attempt to teach our play- have the chance to meet a Pioneer soccer player for lunch. In ers how to be good students rather than put them in a room and the afternoon you will meet Head Coach Allison Sanyi-Stringer tell them to study. Our Pioneer Enrichment Program meets once and experience the outstanding UW-Platteville Soccer Facilities. per week for approximately one hour per session. Each session If you want to schedule a campus visit please contact Head focuses on different aspects of what our student athletes will face Coach Allison Sanyi-Stringer. in their first year of college. l







Head Coach Allison Sanyi-Stringer

Allison Sanyi-Stringer begins her second season as the head women’s soccer coach at UW-Platteville. As an assistant with the women’s program, in 2010, UW-Platteville posted an 11-92 record. The Pioneers were above the .500 mark for the first time in four years and the third time in 13 years. They finished fifth in WIAC play for the highest finish ever and advanced beyond the first round in conference tournament play for the first time in the program’s history. The Pioneers posted first-time ever wins over WIAC member, UW-Oshkosh and local rival, Luther. The 11 victories are the second most wins in program history. In 2010, the Pioneers posted an average to 2.52 of goals per game for the second best in program history and the third-best in goals-against average of 1.11. UW-Platteville scored a program-best 53 goals and averaged a school record 6.81 points per game. In her first season in 2008, just the program’s third record of .500 or better in 2008. The Pioneers were 9-9-2 overall and 2-6 in WIAC play. It was the first time since 2005, that the Pioneers exceeded one conference win. The Pioneers won their first three games for the first time in school history and posted league wins against UWSuperior and UW-Whitewater. The win against UW-Whitewater was the first time in 13 years for UW-Platteville. Sanyi joined the Pioneer staff in 2008, assisting in all phases of the program. She became the acting head coach in 2009 while Enzo Fuschino recovered from an August heart attack. She helped the women to a 8-10-2 record, highlighted by the first-even win over UW-La Crosse. Sanyi captained Loras’s soccer team for two years, 2006-07. A former Bettendorf (Iowa) High School Female Athlete of the Year, she was a three-time all-state athlete. She has been a coach at Dubuque Wahlert for the last five years and has also been a head coach with the Dubuque Soccer Club since 2005. Sanyi has been involved in a number of clinics, including one of her own in Bettendorf. She earned her bachelor’s of science degree from Loras in May, 2008, majoring in exercise science and compiling a 3.69 grade-point average.

UW-Platteville Facilities

Ralph E. Davis Pioneer Stadium

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Pioneer Activity Center

2012 Schedule

Opponent at NYU-Poly Tech at College of Staten Island at Loras at North Park Coe at UW-Stevens Point * at UW-La Crosse * at Dubuque at UW-River Falls * UW-Whitewater * UW-Eau Claire * UW-Oshkosh * at Clarke Luther at UW-Stout * Viterbo UW-Superior *

Williams Fieldhouse

Time Noon 2 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. Noon

Dates, times, and locations are subject to change *-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match. All home games are streamed live online at portal

2012 UW-Platteville Women's Soccer Recruiting Booklet