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2012 Westminster Griffins Women’s Soccer


2012 WESTMINSTER WOMEN’S SOCCER General Information Table of Contents............................................IFC Quick Facts........................................................ 1 Media Information............................................. 1

The 2012 Season 2012 Schedule................................................... 2 2012 Roster....................................................... 3 Radio/TV Roster................................................ 4

Griffins Staff Tony LeBlanc..................................................... 6 James Taylor...................................................... 7 Sarah Swenson................................................... 7 Annie Hawkins................................................... 7 Support Staff..................................................... 8

Meet the Griffins Seniors Margo HIckman & Alyssa Hill........................... 10 Justine Jones & Jaime Nelson............................ 11 Megan Powell & Dayna Winter-Nolte................. 12

Juniors Jessica Harris & Lorin Wathen........................... 13 Brianna Wilson & Sadie Young.......................... 14

Sophomores Nicole Carter & Camille Cooper........................ 15 Carissa Cooper & Caitlyn Jasumback................ 16 Allison Meader & Miranda Miner....................... 17 Bettina Oesch & Sabrina Walker........................ 18

2012 Opponents 2012 Opponents......................................... 22-23 National Affiliations......................................... 24

Looking Back 2011 Season in Review............................... 26-27 2011 Season Statistics..................................... 28

Griffins Record Book Game Records.................................................. 30 Team Season................................................... 31 Individual Season........................................ 32-33 Individual Career......................................... 34-35 Goalie Season.................................................. 36 Goalie Career................................................... 37 Yearly Leaders................................................. 38

Westminster College Westminster College................................... 54-55 Salt Lake City................................................... 56 Griffins Club................................................... IBC

Credits The 2012 Westminster Women’s Soccer Fan Guide was designed and written by Josh Fisher, Westminster Sports Information Director. Photography by Shooting Star Photography, Westminster College Office of Communications and Salt Lake Visitors Bureau.

On the Cover

Women’s Soccer History NAIA All-Americans.......................................... 40 NAIA National Players of the Week................... 40 Award Winners................................................. 41 All-Time Roster................................................ 42 Postseason History.......................................... 42 Series Results.................................................. 43 Against the Opposition............................... 43-44 All-Time Results............................................... 45

Westminster Athletics Shay Wyatt....................................................... 48 Athletics Staff.................................................. 49 Athletic Facilities......................................... 50-51 Westminster Athletics...................................... 52

Seniors Justin Jones, Margo Hickman, Meagan Powell, Dayna Winter-Nolte, Alyssa Hill and Jaime Nelso will lead the Griffins in 2012.

Newcomers Malmquist/North/Wilkinson/Molumby............. 19 Orr/Peppers/Yanke.......................................... 20

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Westminster College

Administration President...........................Dr. Brian Levin-Stankevich Provost.......................................... Dr. Cid Seidelman Associate Provost..............................Dr. Susan Heath Director of Athletics.................................. Shay Wyatt Faculty Athletics Representative.......... Dr. Chris Cline Marketing & Promotions............ Alyson Vander Steen

Women’s Soccer Staff Head Coach.......................................... Tony LeBlanc Record at Westminster.................48-44-6 / 5 years Career Record..............................48-44-6 / 5 years Office Phone.................................... 801.832.2328 Email................... tleblanc@westminstercollege.edu Assistant Coach.....................................James Taylor Year.................................................................. 6th Email......................jtaylor@westminstercollege.edu Assistant Coach..................................Sarah Swenson Year...................................................................1st Email.................. ses0929@westminstercollege.edu Assistant Coach..................................Annie Hawkins Year................................................................. 2nd Email................. ahawkins@westminstercollege.edu Athletic Trainer............................... Nathan Slaughter

Key Numbers 2011 Record................................................... 12-7-2 2011 Frontier Conf. Record............................... 4-2-0 Finish.............................................................. t-1st Players Returning / Lost.................................18 / 17 Newcomers............................................................. 7 First Year of Women’s Soccer............................ 2007 All-Time Record............................................ 48-44-6 NAIA Tournament Record..................................... 0-1 Appearances............................................. 1 (2011) Last Appearance............................................. 2011

Sports Information Director....................................................Josh Fisher Office Phone....................................... 801.832.2890 Cell Phone.......................................... 801.703.5025 Email........................jfisher@westminstercollege.edu Fax..................................................... 801.474.2511 SID Student Assistants............................ Sierra Baker .............................................................. Toby Koch SID Mailing Address........................... 1840 S. 1300 E .........................................Salt Lake City, UT 84105 Website....................... www.WestminsterGriffins.com

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Practice Coverage

Electronic Media

Westminster College practices are conducted at Dumke Field and are open to the media unless otherwise noted. Please contact the Sports Information Office for times and availability.

Any electronic media wishing to broadcast games from the Behnken Field House should contact the Westminster Sports Information Office for approval.

Internet

Interview Policy All requests for interviews with student-athletes and coaches should be arranged with the Sports Information Office, preferrably with a 24-hour notice. On game days, interviews will only be contucted following the contest.

Credentials Please submit requests for game credentials to the Sports Information Office. Credentials will be limited to working media and will be left at the ticket table when you enter the Behnken Field House.

Press Row Seating for the media is located on the east side of Dumke Field at the scorer’s table. Space is limited and priority will be given to those requesting space in advance.

Photographers Media photographers are welcome to attend and shoot Griffin athletic events with a credential provided by the Sports Information Office. The photographer must not enter team designated areas without prior permission and are not allowed to interfere with game officials or game management personnel. Flash photography is prohibited and images of Griffin sporting events may not be sold as “copyright” without the authorization of Westminster College Athletics.

FOLLOW THE GRIFFINS

Location.......................................Salt Lake City, Utah Metro Population...................................... 1,333,914 Founded........................................................... 1875 Enrollment....................................................... 3,200 Nickname...................................................... Griffins Colors............................................... Purple and Gold Affiliation...........................................................NAIA Conference................................................... Frontier Home Court........................................... Dumke Field Capacity........................................................ 1,700

The latest news and information regarding the Griffins women’s soccer team is available on Westminster’s athletic website – www.WestminsterGriffins.com Access the latest news from the Frontier Conference, including standings, statistics and more at: www.FrontierConference.com

Press Service Media attending Westminster women’s volleyball home contests will be provided with game programs, game notes (when available) and final game statistics.

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2012 SCHEDULE AUGUST 13 24 25 26 29

Mon at Utah Valley................................................Orem, UT........................................ TBA Fri AVILA...........................................................................Dumke Field................................ 12:00 pm Sat Avila vs. College of Idaho..............................Dumke Field...........................11:30 am Sun COLLEGE OF IDAHO...............................................Dumke Field...................................4:30 pm Wed at Weber State (Exhib.)..................................Ogden, UT...................................... TBA

SEPTEMBER 1 2 3 7 9 14 15 16 21 22 30

Sat DOANE.........................................................................Dumke Field................................ 12:00 pm Sun Doane vs. Great Falls.....................................Dumke Field.......................... 12:00 pm Mon * GREAT FALLS............................................................Dumke Field...................................2:30 pm Fri at Westmont.................................................Santa Barbara, CA........................... TBA Sun at Marymount...............................................Palos Verdes, CA.....................11:00 am Fri YORK............................................................................Dumke Field...................................2:00 pm Sat Hope International vs. York...........................Dumke Field.......................... 12:00 pm Sun HOPE INTERNATIONAL.........................................Dumke Field...................................2:00 pm Fri at Northwest (WA).........................................Seattle, WA..................................... TBA Sat at Evergreen..................................................Seattle, WA............................ 12:00 pm Sun * at Carroll......................................................Helena, MT.............................. 1:00 pm

OCTOBER 5 6 8 14 19 21 26 28

Fri CAL STATE SAN MARCOS....................................Dumke Field................................ 12:00 pm Sat Cal State San Marcos vs. Carroll....................Dumke Field...........................11:00 am Mon * CARROLL....................................................................Dumke Field...................................3:30 pm Sun * ROCKY MOUNTAIN.................................................Dumke Field................................ 11:30 am Sat * at Rocky Mountain........................................Billings, MT.............................. 1:00 pm Sun * at Great Falls.................................................Great Falls, MT......................... 2:30 pm Fri at Houston-Victoria.......................................Victoria, TX..................................... TBA Sun vs. Texas at Brownsville................................Victoria, TX..................................... TBA

NOVEMBER 9 10

Fri Sat

Conference Tournament - Semi-Finals...........TBA................................................ TBA Conference Tournament - Championship......TBA................................................ TBA

2012 NAIA WOMEN’S SOCCER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Opening Round - Saturday, November 17 (Campus Sites) Final Site - Monday, November 26 – Saturday, December 1 (Orange Beach, AL) All times Mountain | Home Games in BOLD CAPS All home games played at Dumke Field *-Frontier Conference game

WHAT IS A GRIFFIN? The Griffin is a legendary creature with the head, beak, and wings of an eagle, the body of a lion, and occasionally, the tail of a serpent or scorpion. Its origin lies somewhere in the Middle East where it is found in the paintings and sculptures of the ancient Babylonians, Assyrians, and Persians. In Greek mythology, they took gold from the stream Arimaspias and, neighbors of the Hyperboreans, they belonged to Zeus. The later Romans used them for decoration and, even in Christian times, the Griffin motif often appears. Griffins were frequently used as gargoyles on medieval churches and buildings. Source: www.pantheon.org/articles/g/griffin.html

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TICKET INFORMATION Westminster College ticket prices provide a great opportunity to come watch some of the finest small college athletics and student-athletes perform in the country for an extraordinary value! Tickets for Westminster College home athletic events can be purchased on the day of the game at the event site (see venue information below). Typically, tickets will be on sale one hour before the start of the event and accepted payments include: cash, check and all major credit cards. We have no reserved seating, both of our venues offer general admission seating on a first come first serve basis. Concessions and apparel items are for sale at the majority of our home athletic events. Receive all-sport passes and other benefits while supporting Griffins Athletics by joining the Griffins Club. Please keep in mind that post-season games carry a different pricing structure and will be announced prior to the start of the competition. WOMEN’S SOCCER TICKET PRICES Adult.......................................................... $5.00 Senior Citizen (60 and older)....................... $4.00 WC Alumni (w/Alumni Card)........................ $4.00 Students & Children.................................... $4.00 WC Students (w/College ID)........................... Free WC Faculty & Staff (w/College ID)................... Free Children (Ages 5 & under).............................. Free

DUMKE FIELD Dumke Field, on the site of the Dane Hansen Stadium, was opened October 2, 1949, by college president Robert D. Steele (1939 to 1952). It was a gift of the George Hansen family in memory of a son and brother, Lt. Dane Hansen, Class of 1940, who lost his life in World War II. Having had seating for 1,200 attendants, the stadium has been the college soccer and activities field, commencement green, and later paved parking facility. In Fall 2005, it was transformed into a two-level parking structure, with an elevated artificial turf athletic field rebuilt on top. This facility is now the home field for the Griffins men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. The facility has a seating capacity for 1,700 spectators. The facility is located on the Westminster College Campus - 1840 South 1300 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84105. Enter campus from 1700 South and 1200 East - parking is free in either one of our parking garages.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER #

NAME

00

Dayna Winter-Nolte

POS

HT

YR

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

GK

5-6

Sr.

San Diego, CA (Academy of Our Lady of Peace)

1

Jamie Wilkinson

GK

5-8

So.

Kaysville, UT (Arizona)

2

Miranda Miner

Def

5-5

So.

Cottonwood Heights, UT (Brighton HS)

3

Rylei North

Fwd

5-7

So.

Draper, UT (BYU-Hawaii)

4

Jessica Harris

Fwd

5-8

Jr.

Kaysville, UT (Davis HS)

5

Amanda Peppers

Mid

5-8

Fr.

Franktown, CO (Ponderosa HS)

6

Madeline Orr

Def

5-8

Fr.

Vernal, UT (Uintah HS)

7

Brianna Wilson

Mid

5-8

Jr.

Fountain Valley, CA (Fountain Valley HS)

# NAME

Sandy, UT (Juan Diego Catholic HS)

17

Nicole Carter

Def

5-2

So.

Sandy, UT (Cal State Dominguez Hills)

22

Camille Cooper

Fwd

5-5

So.

Salt Lake City, UT (Judge Memorial Catholic)

14

Carissa Cooper

Mid

5-5

So.

Boise, ID (Walla Walla CC)

4

Jessica Harris

Fwd

5-8

Jr.

Margo Hickman

Fwd

5-3

Sr.

8

Sabrina Walker

9

Fwd

Jaime Nelson

10 11

Mid

Sadie Young

Def

Margo Hickman

Fwd

5-9 5-4 5-3 5-3

So. Sr. Jr. Sr.

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

POS HT YR

12

Justine Jones

Fwd

5-4

Sr.

Boise, ID (Walla Walla CC)

11

13

Alyssa Hill

Fwd

5-7

Sr.

Lehi, UT (Lehi HS)

13

Alyssa Hill

Fwd

5-7

Sr.

Caitlyn Jasumback

Def

5-4

So. Sr.

14

Carissa Cooper

Mid

5-5

So.

Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain HS)

28

15

Madeline Malmquist

Mid

5-5

Jr.

Salt Lake City, UT (Northern Arizona)

12

Justine Jones

Fwd

5-4

Whitefish, MT (North Idaho College)

15

Madeline Malmquist

Mid

5-5

Jr.

Allison Meader

Def

5-6

So. So.

16

Meagan Powell

Fwd

5-6

Sr.

17

Nicole Carter

Def

5-2

So.

Draper, UT (Alta HS)

20

18

Bettina Oesch

Fwd

5-10

So.

Sandy, UT (Jordan HS)

2

Miranda Miner

Def

5-5

Fullerton, CA (Troy HS)

23

Megan Molumby

Def

5-8

Fr.

Jaime Nelson

Mid

5-4

Sr.

19

Lorin Wathen

Mid

5-5

Jr.

20

Allison Meader

Def

5-6

So.

Mahtomedi, MN (College of Saint Scholastica)

9

22

Camille Cooper

Fwd

5-5

So.

Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain HS)

3

Rylei North

Fwd

5-7

So.

West Jordan, UT (West Jordan HS)

18

Bettina Oesch

Fwd

5-10

So.

Salt Lake City, UT (Skyline HS)

6

Madeline Orr

Def

5-8

Fr.

Boise, ID (Bishop Kelly HS)

5

Amanda Peppers

Mid

5-8

Fr.

16

Meagan Powell

Fwd

5-6

Sr.

COACHING STAFF

8

Sabrina Walker

Fwd

5-9

So.

Head Coach: Tony LeBlanc

19

Lorin Wathen

Mid

5-5

Jr.

Assistant Coach: James Taylor

1

Jamie Wilkinson

GK

5-8

So.

Assistant Coach: Annie Hawkins

7

Brianna Wilson

Mid

5-8

Jr.

00

Dayna Winter-Nolte

GK

5-6

Sr.

99

Abi Yanke

GK

5-8

Fr.

10

Sadie Young

Def

5-3

Jr.

23 28 99

Megan Molumby Caitlyn Jasumback Abi Yanke

Def Def GK

5-8 5-4 5-8

Fr. So. Fr.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Freshmen.................4 Sophomores.......... 10 Juniors.................... 5 Seniors........................6

ROSTER BREAKDOWN HOME STATE California..........................................................3

Utah.................................................................. 14

Carter, Harris, Hill, Jasumback, Malmquist, Miner,

Molumby, Nelson, North, Oesch, Orr, Walker,

Wilkinson, Young

Wathen, Wilson, Winter-Nolte

Colorado............................................................1

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Jasumback....................................... jaas-UM-back Rylei........................................................... RY-lee Bettina Oesch............................ ba-teen-UH O-shh Wathen..................................................WAY-then Yanke...................................................... Yan-KEE

Peppers

Idaho...................................................................5

Cooper, Cooper, Hickman, Jones, Yanke

Minnesota.........................................................1

Meader

Montana.............................................................1

Powell

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RADIO / TV ROSTER

00

Dayna WInter-Nolte

6

Madeline Orr

1

Jamie Wilkinson

7

Brianna Wilson

12

13

Justine Jones

18

Alyssa Hill

19

2

Miranda Miner

8

Sabrina Walker

14

Carissa Cooper

20

3

Rylei North

9

Jaime Nelson

15

Madeline Malmquist

22

4

Jessica Harris

10

Sadie Young

16

Meagan Powell

23

Bettina Oesch

Lorin Wathen

Allison Meader

Camille Cooper

Megan Molumby

99

Tony LeBlanc

James Taylor

Sarah Swenson

Annie Hawkins

Abi Yanke

Head Coach

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Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

5

Amanda Peppers

11

Margo Hickman

17

Nicole Carter

28

Caitlyn Jasumback

Assistant Coach

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TONY LeBLANC Head Coach Sixth Season Tony LeBlanc begins year number six at the helm of the Westminster women’s soccer program. During his tenure, Westminster has compiled a 48-44-6 overall record and advanced to the postseason in four consecutive seasons. The Griffins have also gone 15-13-1 during Frontier Conference action which is the second best record in the conference during that time.

LeBlanc’s coaching experience varies from the collegiate, high school, and youth levels; he served time as the boys Varsity Assistant/JV Head Coach at East High School and helped them into the state finals and win the State Championship in 2006 for the first time in school history. During the 2006 season, LeBlanc served as Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at BYU-Hawaii where he was instrumental in forming and organizing a first year NCAA Division II women’s soccer program that finished second in the Pac West Conference with a 12-4 record. LeBlanc also has coached club soccer for the girls Rush 93 premier soccer team and currently holds a D license.

LeBlanc led the Griffins to the best season in school history last season. The team set school records for wins (12), winning percentage (.619) and conference wins (4). They shared the Frontier Conference regular season championship and then won the Frontier/Cal Pac Conference Tournament. Westminster reached the NAIA National Championships for the first time in 2011. In 2010, LeBlanc guided the Griffins to a 11 wins as the team finished 11-8-1 overall. The team set another school record with five consecutive wins and also had a stretch of eight wins in nine contests. They went 460 minutes without allowing a goal at one stretch and finished 12th nationally with 10 shutouts. They advanced to the semi-finals of the Unaffiliated Conference Tournament with a 1-0 win over Minot State in the quarterfinals. It was the third straight year the team had qualified for the postseason tournament and the second straight year they won a first round game. The 2009 season saw LeBlanc guide the team to a 9-10-1 overall record. The team earned the No. 2 seed in the Frontier Conference tournament after posting a 3-2-1 record in conference games. They advanced to the tournament championship game with a 2-1 win against Rocky Mountain in the semi-finals. The season ended with a 5-3-1 stretch to match the school record of nine wins set during the 2007 season. In 2008, Westminster finished year number two of the program with a 7-11-1 overall record. They finished the Frontier Conference season at 2-4 with a third place finish. The team qualified for the Frontier Conference Tournament, where they lost to Rocky Mountain College, 1-0, in the semifinals. The 2008 team matched a school record with four consecutive wins, all coming at home. In fact, the Griffins were good at home all season posting a 6-2 record on Dumke Field. They outscored the opposition 15-8 in home games and recorded two shutouts. In 2007, LeBlanc guided the team to an impressive 9-8-1 record in the first year of the program. The Griffins placed second in the Frontier Conference with a 3-2-0 record and went 4-2-1 on Dumke Field. Under his leadership, Westminster has had eight players named First Team All-Frontier Conference. They have also received 12 Daktronics/NAIA Scholar Athlete recognitions and had 38 players named Academic All-Frontier. LeBlanc is a Westminster alumnus, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in international business in 2005. While a student-athlete at Westminster, LeBlanc played for the men’s soccer program for four years under Chris Dorich, being named a two-time academic All-American and serving as a team captain his senior year. Prior to playing at Westminster, LeBlanc was a two-time member of the Utah State Select team and a three-year varsity letterman at East High School. He was a part of the first Utah Select team to capture the Western Regionals and ultimately finished 3rd at the 2005 State Select National Championships.

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LeBLANC YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD Overall Conference Year Overall Pct. Frontier Pct. Finish 2007 9-8-1 .528 3-2-0 .600 2nd 2008 7-11-1 .395 2-4-0 .333 3rd 2009 9-10-1 .475 3-2-1 .583 2nd 2010 11-8-1 .575 3-3-0 .500 3rd 2011 12-7-2 .619 4-2-0 .667 t-1st Career 48-44-6 .520 15-13-1 .534

NAIA n/a n/a n/a n/a 0-1 0-1

Milestone Wins 1st win • vs. College of the Southwest (8/25/07) 25th win • vs. Rocky Mountain (11/6/09)

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JAMES TAYLOR Assistant Coach Sixth Season James Taylor returns for his sixth season as an assistant coach for the Westminster women’s soccer team. Taylor’s main responsibility is working with the goalies. He also serves as the fitness coach for the team. Taylor is a Westminster alumnus, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in biology in 2006 and chemistry in 2007. Taylor played goalkeeper for the Griffins men’s team from 2002-2005 and ranks second in school history in both saves and shutouts. He also ranks third in school history with 32 career wins as a goalie. His 73 games played at goalie for the Griffins are the second most in the program’s 27-year history. Before playing at Westminster, Taylor was a three-time member of the Utah State Select team, a four-year varsity letterman and three-time All-State selection at Judge Memorial Catholic High School. Taylor is currently pursuing his Ph D at the University of Utah in pharmacology and toxicology.

SARAH SWENSON Assistant Coach First Season Sarah Swenson begins her first season as an assistant coach for the Westminster women’s soccer team. Swenson played for the Griffins from 2008-2011 and was named an NAIA Honorable Mention All-American following her senior season. She graduated as the Westminster career leader in assists with 12. Swenson also finished her career ranked third in goals with 13 and second with six game-winning goals. Swenson is from Salt Lake City and a graduate of Olympus High School.

ANNIE HAWKINS Assistant Coach Second Season Annie Hawkins joined the Westminster coaching staff in January. She begins her first season with the Griffins after a stellar playing career. Hawkins comes to Westminster after spending time playing professionally in Sweden. She played for QBIK in the Damallsvenskan League and also spent time on the United States Adult Soccer Association National Team and in the US Women’s Soccer National Pool. Collegiately, Hawkins attended Gonzaga University where she ranks second in school history in goals, assists, points, and shots. She was First Team All-West Coast Conference in 2003 and 2004. Hawkins is a Salt Lake City native and prepped at Judge Memorial Catholic High School.

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WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL SUPPORT STAFF

NATHAN SLAUGHTER Assistant Athletic Trainer (Women’s Soccer) Fourth Season

RICK HACKFORD Head Athletic Trainer Ninth Season

DR. ANDREW COOPER Westminster Team Doctor Fifth Season

DR. CHRIS CLINE Athletics Faculty Representative Fifth Season

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THE GRIFFINS

MARGO HICKMAN

#11

5-3 • Senior • Forward Boise, Idaho (Walla Walla Community College) 2011 (Junior): Played in al 21 games and recorded 1,530 minutes ... led the team with 11 goals and 27 points ... five assists were also a team-high ... scored five game-winning goals ... scored a goal in each of the first four games of the season ... had multiple goals on two separate occasions ... was named first team All-Frontier Conference. Before Westminster: Hickman is from Boise where she prepped at Mountain View High School. The 5-foot-3 forward is a transfer from Walla Walla Community College. She led the NWAAC with 28 goals last season while also adding nine assists. Hickman was named the East Division Most Valuable Player.

Margo’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 21 1530 11 5 27 76 .145 45 .592 5 1-1

ALYSSA HILL

#13

5-7 • Senior • Forward Lehi, Utah (Lehi High School) 2011 (Junior): Appeared in all 21 games and made two starts ... played 630 minutes ... recorded one goal and one assist against Rocky Mountain on Aug. 29 ... scored a goal against College of Idaho on Sept. 18 ... posted one assist versus Holy Names on Nov. 11 ... was named Academic All-Frontier Conference. 2010 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games while making one start ... played a total of 189 minutes ... scored one goal ... attempted nine shots with eight on goal ... tallied one goal on six shots against Southwestern (AZ) on Oct. 16 ... made first career start at Carroll on Nov. 11. 2009 (Freshman): Made 15 appearances all coming off the bench ... finished season with seven shots and two shots on goal ... had one assist against Holy Names on Oct. 18.

Alyssa’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2009 15 293 0 1 1 7 .000 2 .286 0 0-0 2010 11 189 1 0 2 9 .111 8 .889 0 0-0 2011 21 630 2 3 7 15 .133 11 .733 0 0-0 TOTAL 47 1112 3 4 10 31 .097 21 .677 0 0-0

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THE GRIFFINS

JUSTINE JONES 5-4 • Senior • Forward Boise, Idaho (Walla Walla Community College)

#12

2011 (Junior): Played in 19 games and played 1,200 minutes ... finished the year with four goals and four assists ... tallied one goal and one assist against Kansas Wesleyan ... scored the game-winner against Marymount. Before Westminster: Jones will join the Griffins from Boise, Idaho after spending two years playing at Walla Walla Community College. She scored 11 goals and tallied 11 assists during the 2010 season and was named a NWAACC all-region performer.

Justine’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 19 1200 4 4 12 25 .160 11 .440 1 0-0

JAIME NELSON 5-4 • Senior • Midfielder Sandy, Utah (Cal State Dominguez Hills)

#9

2011 (Junior): Played and started 20 games ... finished with 1,482 minutes played ... played the entire game on six occasions ... had an assist against Baker ... recorded one assist against College of Idaho. Before Westminster: Nelson is from Sandy, Utah where she attended Brighton High School. Nelson spent one season at San Diego State before transferring to Cal State Dominguez Hills. Last season with the Toros, Nelson played in 13 games and attempted five shots in 355 minutes.

Jaime’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 20 1482 0 2 2 26 .000 8 .308 0 0-0

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MEAGAN POWELL

#16

5-6 • Senior • Forward Whitefish, Mont. (North Idaho College) 2011 (Junior): Played in 28 games and made eight starts ... recorded 250 minutes played ... finished season with two shots and put them both on goal. Before Westminster: Powell is from Whitefish, Mont. where she attended Whitefish High School. The 5-foot-6 forward will transfer to Westminster from North Idaho College where the team went 10-4-3 last season. Powell was on the Dean’s List every semester at NIC and was an Academic All-American last year.

Meagan’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 13 250 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0

DAYNA WINTER-NOLTE

#00

5-6 • Senior • Goalkeeper San Diego, Calif. (Academy of Our Lady Peace) 2011 (Junior): Played and started all 21 games ... finished season with 0.98 GAA ... recorded school-record 12 wins while also posting eight shutouts ... had 68 saves and a 76.4 save percentage ... made five saves against Mobile ... tallied three saves in regular season game at Concordia (Ore.) ... was named first team All-Frontier Conference ... also named Academic All-Frontier Conference. 2010 (Redshirt): Sat out entire season. 2009 (Sophomore): Played in 17 games while making 16 starts ... played a total of 1,253 minutes ... finished year with a 1.80 goals against average ... recorded seven wins and five shutouts ... made 56 saves with a .691 save percentage ... recorded one save in a shutout against Kansas Wesleyan on Sept. 6 ... made three saves in a shutout victory over Great Falls on Sept. 7 ... picked up third straight shutout with two saves against Embry-Riddle (AZ) on Sept. 11 ... recorded five saves in a win over Holy Names on Oct. 18 ... posted a career-high nine saves at Rocky Mountain on Oct. 22 ... recorded four saves in a shutout of Great Falls on Oct. 24 ... had six saves in a shutout win over Rocky Mountain on Nov. 13 ... named First Team All-Frontier Conference. 2008 (Freshman): Played every minute of all 19 games ... posted two shutouts ... finished season with a 1.56 goals against average.

Dayna’s Career Stats YEAR

GP

Min

GA GAA Saves SV%

W

L

T SHO

2008 19 1734:00 30 1.56 69 .697 7 11 1 2 2009 17 1252:49 25 1.80 56 .691 7 8 0 5 2011 21 1936:55 21 0.98 68 .764 12 7 2 8 TOTAL 57 4923:44 76 1.39 193 .717 26 26 3 15

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JESSICA HARRIS 5-8 • Junior • Defender Kaysville, Utah (Davis High School)

#4

2011 (Sophomore): Made 20 appearances with 13 starts ... played 1,289 minutes in first season as a defender ... finished season with two shots and put them both on goal ... was named Academic All-Frontier Conference. 2010 (Freshman): Played in all 20 games with one start ... finished with 751 minutes played ... third on team with six points ... scored three goals and one game-winner ... attempted 17 shots with nine being on goal ... made first career start at Utah Valley on Aug. 13 ... tallied first career goal versus Eastern Oregon on Sept. 25 ... scored in consecutive games with game-winning strike at College of Idaho on Sept. 26 ... scored goal versus Southwestern (AZ) on Oct. 16 ... Frontier Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 27.

Jessica’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2010 20 751 3 0 6 17 .176 9 .529 1 0-0 2011 20 1289 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0-0 TOTAL 40 2040 3 0 6 19 .158 11 .579 1 0-0

LORIN WATHEN 5-5 • Junior • Midfielder Fullerton, Calif. (Troy High School)

#19

2011 (Sophomore): Played in 12 games ... finished with 258 minutes played ... attempted four shots and put one on goal ... recorded one assist against Holy Names ... was named Academic All-Frontier Conference. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games with three starts ... had 563 minutes played ... attempted four shots with three being on goal ... made first career start at Carroll on Oct. 24 ... played a full 90 minutes versus Minot State on Nov. 10.

Lorin’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2010 13 563 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 0-0 2011 12 258 0 1 1 4 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 TOTAL 25 821 0 1 1 8 .000 4 .500 0 0-0

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BRIANNA WILSON 5-8 • Junior • Midfielder Fountain Valley, Calif. (Fountain Valley High School)

#7

2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 18 games and made six starts ... played a total of 588 minutes ... scored one goal against Baker ... attempted eight shots on the season with four on goal ... was named Academic All-Frontier Conference. 2010 (Freshman): Played in 16 games while making nine starts ... totaled 654 minutes played ... finished with four points ... had one goal and two assists ... recorded 22 shots with 13 being on frame ... made first career start with five shots at St. Thomas (FL) on Sept. 6 ... scored goal against Eastern Oregon on Sept. 25 ... tallied one assist at Embry-Riddle (AZ) on Oct. 15 ... posted assist in second straight game against Southwestern (AZ) on Oct. 16.

Brianna’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2010 16 654 1 2 4 22 .045 13 .591 0 0-0 2011 18 588 1 0 2 8 .125 4 .500 0 0-0 TOTAL 34 1242 2 2 6 30 .067 17 .567 0 0-0

SADIE YOUNG 5-3 • Junior • Defender Salt Lake City, Utah (Judge Memorial Catholic)

#10

2011 (Sophomore): Played in 20 games and made 16 starts ... finished season with 1,138 minutes played ... took three shots with two on goal from her defensive position ... was named Academic All-Frontier Conference. 2010 (Freshman): Made 19 appearances with two starts ... played 436 minutes ... scored one goal, a game-winner ... attempted three shots with two being on goal ... made first career start against Westmont on Aug. 28 ... scored game-winning goal at Embry-Riddle (AZ) on Oct. 15 ... started at Carroll on Nov. 11.

Sadie’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2010 19 436 1 0 2 3 .333 2 .667 1 0-0 2011 20 1138 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0 TOTAL 39 1574 1 0 2 6 .167 4 .667 1 0-0

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NICOLE CARTER 5-2 • Sophomore • Defender Draper, Utah (Alta High School)

#17

2011 (Freshman): Made 19 appearances and five starts ... played 886 minutes ... had one assist against Rocky Mountain on Aug. 29. Before Westminster: Carter is from Draper, Utah where she attended Alta High School. The 5-foot-2 midfielder scored five goals with 10 assists during her prep career. Carter won three state championships and was named First Team All-Region and Academic All-Region her senior season.

Nicole’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 19 886 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

CAMILLE COOPER 5-5 • Sophomore • Forward Meridian, Idaho (Rocky Mountain High School)

#22

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games off the bench ... recorded 206 minutes played ... finished season with four shots and three on goal ... had lone assist against College of Idaho. Before Westminster: Cooper is from Boise, Idaho where she attended Rocky Mountain High School. The 5-foot-5 midfielder finished second at the state tournament as a junior and then placed third her senior year. She was twice named Second Team All-Conference and won the Southern Idaho Academic Award.

Camille’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 10 206 0 1 1 4 .000 3 .750 0 0-0

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CARISSA COOPER

#14

5-5 • Sophomore • Midfielder Meridian, Idaho (Rocky Mountain High School) 2011 (Freshman): Played is 19 games and made six starts ... finished with 591 minutes played ... posted three goals for six points ... attempted 13 shots and had seven shots on goal ... tallied two goals, including the game-winner, against Rocky Mountain on Aug. 29 ... had one goal against Kansas Wesleyan. Before Westminster: Cooper is the twin sister of Camille Cooper. She is a 5-foot-5 forward that earned a varsity letter all four year at Rocky Mountain High School. She was named All-Conference in both 2008 and 2009 and received the Academic Award every year from 2009-2011.

Carissa’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 19 591 3 0 6 13 .231 7 .538 1 0-0

CAITLYN JASUMBACK

#28

5-4 • Sophomore • Defender Salt Lake City, Utah (Skyline High School) 2011 (Freshman): Played in one game ... recorded 12 minutes against Rocky Mountain on Aug. 29.

Before Westminster: Jasumback is from Salt Lake City and attended Skyline High School. She is a 5-foot-4 defender that was part of the state’s top-ranked scoring defense.

Caitlyn’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 1 12 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

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ALLISON MEADER 5-6 • Sophomore • Defender Mahtemedi, Minn. (College of Saint Scholastica)

#20

2011 (Freshman): Made one appearance as a freshman ... finished with 12 minutes played against Rocky Mountain on Aug. 29. Before Westminster: Meader comes to Westminster from Mahtomedi, Minn. where she attended the College of Saint Scholastica.

Allison’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 1 12 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

MIRANDA MINER 5-5 • Sophomore • Defender Cottonwood Heights, Utah (Brighton High School)

#2

2011 (Freshman): Played in all 21 games while making 16 starts ... finished season with 1,122 minutes played ... attempted three shots with two on goal from her defensive position. Before Westminster: Miner joins the Griffins from Cottonwood Heights, Utah where she attended Brighton High School. The 5-foot-5 defender was part of a defense that didn’t allow a goal during the four games of the Utah State Championships and won the 2010 title. Miner was named Honorable Mention All-State and was on the Honor Roll all four years at Brighton.

Miranda’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 21 1122 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0-0

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BETTINA OESCH

#18

5-10 • Sophomore • Forward Sandy, Utah (Jordan High School) 2011 (Redshirt): Sat out the entire season.

2010 (Freshman): Played in 19 games off the bench ... recorded 417 minutes played ... scored one goal ... tallied two assists to give her four points ... attempted 10 shots and put five on goal ... had one goal and one assist against Southwestern (Ariz.) on Oct. 16. Before Westminster: Oesch will join the Griffins from Jordan High School in Sandy, Utah. The 5-9 forward scored 10 goals during her prep career while adding 10 assists. A four-year letter winner in soccer, Oesch also received two varsity letters in track. She was second team all-region as a senior and was named Academic All-State.

Bettina’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2010 19 417 1 2 4 10 .100 5 .500 0 0-0 2011 Redshirt

SABRINA WALKER

#8

5-9 • Sophomore • Forward Sandy, Utah (Juan Diego Catholic) 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in three games off the bench ... finished season with 17 minutes played.

Before Westminster: Walker joins the Griffins from Sandy, Utah where she attended Juan Diego Catholic School. The 5-foot-9 defender won two state championships with Juan Diego. Walker is on the Honor Roll and also lettered with track.

Sabrina’s Career Stats YEAR

GP Min Goals Assts

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG PK-Att

2011 3 17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0

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MADELINE MALMQUIST 5-5 • Junior • Midfielder Salt Lake City, Utah (Northern Arizona)

#15

Before Westminster: Malmquist will come to Westminster after playing from Holladay, Utah where she attended Olympus High School. The 5-foot-5 midfielder played at Northern Arizona in 2010, but didn’t appear in any games. She scored three goals during her prep career for Olympus.

RYLEI NORTH 5-7 • Sophomore • Forward Draper, Utah (BYU-Hawaii)

#3

Before Westminster: North joins the Griffins from Draper, Utah after spending one season playing for BYU-Hawaii. As a freshman for the Seasiders, North finished second on the team with nine goals and 19 points in 16 games off the bench. She was sixth in the Pac West Conference in goals and eighth in points. The 5-foot-7 forward was named first team All-State during her senior year at Alta High School where she scored a 5A-best 28 goals and finished with 47 career goals.

JAMIE WILKINSON 5-8 • Sophomore • Goalkeeper Kaysville, Utah (Arizona)

#1

Before Westminster: Wilkinson will join the Griffins after spending two years at the University of Arizona. The 5-foot-8 goalkeeper from Kaysville, Utah didn’t appear in any games for the Wildcats. She attended Davis High School where she was named a team captain in her junior and senior seasons, while being named to the all-region first team in 2008 and 2009, and the 5A All-State first team in 2009. Wilkinson led the state with 11 shutouts during the 2009 season and helped the Darts to three region championships.

MEGAN MOLUMBY 5-8 • Freshman • Defender West Jordan, Utah (West Jordan High School)

#23

Before Westminster: Molumby is from West Jordan, Utah where she attended West Jordan High School. As a 5-foot-8 defender, Molumby anchored the Jaguars defense and was named first team All-State as a senior. The defender tallied nine goals during her prep career and was a two-time all-region selection.

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MADELINE ORR 5-8 • Freshman • Defender Vernal, Utah (Uintah High School)

#6

Before Westminster: Orr comes to the Griffins from Vernal, Utah where she prepped at Uintah High School. The 5-foot-8 defensive midfielder scored four goals as a senior and five in her prep career. Uintah went 9-8 overall during her senior season.

AMANDA PEPPERS 5-8 • Freshman • Midfielder Franktown, Colo. (Ponderosa High School)

#5

Before Westminster: Peppers is from Franktown, Colo. where she attended Ponderosa High School. The 5-foot-8 midfielder was named first team All-Continental League as a senior after making the second team as a junior. A four-year varsity member for Ponderosa, Peppers was a team captain and team MVP. She received three academic letters and was a four-time member of the Honor Roll.

ABI YANKE 5-8 • Freshman • Goalkeeper Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly High School)

#99

Before Westminster: Yanke comes to Westminster from Boise, Idaho where she graduated from Bishop Kelly High School. The 5-foot-8 goalkeeper helped Bishop Kelly to back-to-back state championships in 2010 and 2011 while also winning three district championships. She was named first team All-Conference in 2010 and 2011 and also honorable mention in 2009.

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2012 OPPONENTS Utah Valley

Avila

Aug. 13 • Orem, Utah (Exhib.)

Aug. 24 • Dumke Field

Location............................................... Orem, UT

Location..................................... Kansas City, MO

Nickname...........................................Wolverines

Nickname................................................. Eagles

Affiliation.............................................. NCAA D1

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference.........................................Great West

Conference...................Heart of America Athletic

Head Coach................................ Brent Anderson

Head Coach................................. Chris Clements

2011 Record............................................. 12-8-1

2011 Record............................................. 12-3-5

2011 Conference........................................ 5-1-0

2011 Conference........................................ 2-2-3

wolverinegreen.com

avila.edu/athletics

College of Idaho

Doane

Aug. 26 • Dumke Field

Sept. 1 • Dumke Field

Location............................................ Caldwell, ID

Location................................................ Crete, NE

Nickname................................... Coyotes (Yotes)

Nickname..................................................Tigers

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference............................ Cascade Collegiate

Conference.......................... Great Plains Athletic

Head Coach........................................Niki Taylor

Head Coach.......................................... Jeff Voigt

2011 Record............................................... 7-9-1

2011 Record............................................. 11-4-2

2011 Conference........................................ 5-3-1

2011 Conference........................................ 9-1-0

collegeofidaho.edu/athletics

doane.edu/Athletics

Great Falls

Westmont

Sept. 3 • Dumke Field | Oct. 21 • Great Falls, Mont.

Sept. 7 • Santa Barbara, Calif.

Location....................................... Great Falls, MT

Location...................................Santa Barbara, CA

Nickname........................................... Argonauts

Nickname.............................................. Warriors

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference............................................. Frontier

Conference......................... Golden State Athletic

Head Coach......................................Brian Clarke

Head Coach........................................ Kristi Kiely

2011 Record............................................. 5-12-1

2011 Record............................................. 13-6-1

2011 Conference........................................ 0-6-0

2011 Conference........................................ 6-3-0

ugfargos.com

blogs.westmont.edu/athletics

Marymount

York

Sept. 9 • Palos Verdes, Calif.

Sept. 14 • Dumke Field

Location.................................... Palos Verdes, CA

Location................................................. York, NE

Nickname.............................................. Mariners

Nickname.............................................. Panthers

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference................................California Pacific

Conference.............. Midlands Collegiate Athletic

Head Coach......................................Ben Graham

Head Coach.....................................Trent Hinton

2011 Record............................................... 6-8-4

2011 Record............................................. 7-10-2

2011 Conference........................................ 3-1-3

2011 Conference........................................ 3-3-0

marymountpv.edu/athletics

york.edu/athletics

Hope International

Northwest (Wash.)

Sept. 16 • Dumke Field

Sept. 21 • Seattle, Wash.

Location.......................................... Fullerton, CA

Location...........................................Kirkland, WA

Nickname................................................. Royals

Nickname................................................. Eagles

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference......................... Golden State Athletic

Conference............................ Cascade Collegiate

Head Coach................................... Andrew Paine

Head Coach.................................... Erin Redwine

2011 Record............................................. 4-12-0

2011 Record............................................. 11-4-4

2011 Conference........................................ 0-9-0

2011 Conference........................................ 6-2-2

hiuroyals.com

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2012 OPPONENTS Evergreen

Carroll

Sept. 22 • Seattle, Wash.

Sept. 30 • Helena, Mont. | Oct. 8 • Dumke Field

Location...........................................Olympia, WA

Location............................................. Helena, MT

Nickname............................................ Geoducks

Nickname.................................................. Saints

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference............................ Cascade Collegiate

Conference............................................. Frontier

Head Coach................................... Adam Fenster

Head Coach............................... Dave Thorvilson

2011 Record............................................... 5-9-1

2011 Record............................................. 12-4-2

2011 Conference........................................ 3-6-0

2011 Conference........................................ 4-2-0

evergreen.edu/athletics

carroll.edu/athletics

Cal State San Marcos

Rocky Mountain

Oct. 5 • Dumke Field

Oct. 14 • Dumke Field | Oct. 19 • Billings, Mont.

Location...................................... San Marcos, CA

Location............................................ Billings, MT

Nickname.............................................. Cougars

Nickname....................................... Battlin’ Bears

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference...................................... Independent

Conference............................................. Frontier

Head Coach...................................... Ron Pulvers

Head Coach................................... Richard Duffy

2011 Record............................................. 15-4-1

2011 Record............................................. 11-8-0

2011 Conference................................................

2011 Conference........................................ 5-2-0

csusmcougars.com

rocky.edu/athletics

Houston-Victoria

Texas at Brownsville

Oct. 26 • Victoria, Tex.

Oct. 28 • Victoria, Tex.

Location............................................ Victoria, TX

Location....................................... Brownsville, TX

Nickname................................................ Jaguars

Nickname............................................ Scorpions

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Affiliation.....................................................NAIA

Conference...................................... Independent

Conference.............................. Red River Athletic

Head Coach.....................................Adrian Ribgy

Head Coach.............................. Nik Barjaktarevic

2011 Record............................................. 5-10-1

2011 Record............................................. 17-3-1

2011 Conference................................................

2011 Conference........................................ 9-0-0

uhvjaguars.com

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2012 OPPONENTS FRONTIER / TRANSOUTH CONFERENCE TORUNAMENT

NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

November 10

Opening Round • November 17

The 2012 Frontier/TranSouth Conference Championship will be held On November 10 in Nashville, Tenn. The tournament will feature the regular season champion of the Frontier Conference against the regular season champion of the TranSouth Conference in a one-game championship. The winner of the championship game will receive an automatic invite to the NAIA National Championship.

The 2012 NAIA National Championships Opening Round will be held on Nov. 17 at 12 campus sites across the country. The winners at each opening round site will advance to the final site.

Final Site • Nov. 26 – Dec. 1 Decatur, Alabama The 2012 NAIA National Championships Final Site is in Decatur, Ala. at the Jack Allen Complex. The final site consists of a 16-team single elimination bracket.

2011 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Westminster def. Carroll 0-0 (2ot) Won penalty kicks, 2-1

2011 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Lee def. Concordia (Ore.) 3-0

NATIONAL AFFILIATIONS The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is a completely autonomous association currently administering programs of intercollegiate athletics for approximately 330 fully accredited colleges and universities of moderate enrollment. The fundamental tenet of the NAIA is that intercollegiate athletics is an integral part of the total educational program of the institution. This belief is strongly reflected in the governing documents, activities and organizational structure of the Association. Established in 1940 as the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball (NAIB), the Association expanded to include other programs in 1952. The NAIA became the first intercollegiate sports governing body to provide championship opportunities for both men and women when the women’s program was established on August 1, 1980. The purpose of the NAIA is to promote education and development of students through intercollegiate athletic participation. Member institutions, although varied and diverse, share a common commitment to high standards and the principle that athletes serve as an integral part of education.

The NAIA embraces the concept of the student and recognizes the importance of the individuality of each member institution, the value of the conference and regional structure, and the benefits of membership in a national association.

The Frontier Conference was organized in 1935 with four of the eight existing colleges as charter members. Carroll College joined in 1938. For a 10-year period, from 1974 to 1984, the College of Great Falls, now the University of Great Falls competed in the conference. Great Falls rejoined the Frontier in 1999-2000. For a short time, MSUBillings (then Eastern Montana College) was a member of the league. New members in 1998-99 were Lewis-Clark State College of Lewiston, Idaho and Westminster College of Salt Lake City, Utah. Dickinson State was approved for membership starting with the 2012-13 season while Southern Oregon will join as a football member at the same time. The College of Idaho will join the league as a football only member in 2014. The conference now consists of Carroll College, Dickinson State College, Eastern Oregon University (football only), University of Great Falls, LewisClark State College, Montana State University-Northern, Montana Tech, University of Montana Western, Rocky Mountain College, Southern Oregon University (football only) and Westminster College. The purpose of the Frontier Conference is to encourage, promote, sponsor and control athletic competition among participating colleges as an integral part of the total educational process. With their motto, “The Best in academics and athletics,” members compete for conference championships in football, basketball, golf, volleyball, soccer, and cross country.

The NAIA Champions of Character program is an educational outreach initiative which emphasizes the tenets of character and integrity, not only for NAIA college students, but for younger students, coaches and parents in our communities. Coaches, parents, administrators and community partners all have a role in developing students of character. The NAIA Champions of Character program brings them training, guidelines and behavior models to create positive environments that promote personal growth and fun sport activity.

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW The Westminster College women’s soccer team completed the most successful season in school history in 2011. The fifth season in school history saw records fall and postseason success like never before. Westminster finished the year at 12-7-2 overall. The 12 wins set a new school record, surpassing the 11 wins the team had during the 2010 campaign. The Griffins earned a share of the regular season Frontier/Cal Pac Conference championship for the first conference title in school history. The regular season success was followed with a conference tournament championship and the teams first-ever trip to the NAIA National Championships. They finished the year ranked No. 19 in the postseason NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll. That is the highest ranking in the history of the program. The Griffins got off to a quick start in 2011 as they opened the year with four wins in the first five games they played. After two losses, Westminster then out together a 4-1-1 span that saw the record climb to 8-4-1 in early October. After suffering two losses in Montana, The Griffins put together a five-game unbeaten streak that featured four consecutive victories heading into the national tournament. Westminster scored a school-record 38 goals during the 2011 season. They scored multiple goals on 10 occasions during the year while scoring at least four goals in a game five times. They set another school record by scoring at least one goal in each of the first nine games played. That broke the record of seven straight games with a goal set during the 2009 season.

The defense wasn’t lacking either in 2011. Westminster opponents averaged just one goal per game during the season and only five times had multiple goals. No Griffin opponent scored two goals in a game over the final 10 games of the season. In fact, over those same 10 games the Griffins only allowed four goals total.

2011 FRONTIER CONFERENCE STANDINGS

CONFERENCE OVERALL

TEAM

W L T PCT

W L T PCT

Westminster

4 2 0 .667

12 7 2 .619

Carroll

4 2

0 .667

12

4 2 .722

Rocky Mountain 4 2

0 .667

11

8 0 .579

Great Falls

0 .000

The Griffins posted nine shutouts during the year and ranked 18th in the NAIA in total shutouts. They were 23rd nationally with an average of 0.43 shutouts per game. The nine shutouts are the second most in school history and the 0.98 goals against average they had in 2011 is a new school record. While they finished the year ranked No. 19 in the NAIA Coaches’ Poll, Westminster had a stellar year in the national rankings. The team began the year among the others receiving votes and stayed there for the first two polls of the regular season. They moved to the No.24 position in the poll that was released on Sept. 20, marking the first time in school history that the Griffins had cracked the Top 25. After falling out of the Top 25 the next week, the Griffins ascended to a then-record No. 22 in the Oct. 4 poll. They slipped to No. 23 the next week before dropping to the others receiving votes for the next three polls. Westminster returned to the poll at No. 24 on Nov. 8 and was tied for 23rd in the final regular season poll on Nov. 15. When the final poll of the season was unveiled on Dec. 6, the Griffins had set school records for highest ranking at No. 19 and most points received with 187.

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2011 Frontier Conference Women’s Soccer Awards First Team Kendal Borgeson....... Rocky Mountain...... DEF Lauren Brophy.......... Rocky Mountain..... FWD Michelle Erickson..... Westminster..........DEF Margo Hickman....... Westminster.........FWD Heather Hillam........ Westminster......... MID Lynnsey Janes........... Carroll.................... DEF Laura Maddock......... Carroll....................MID Kirsty Montignani...... Rocky Mountain......MID Yesnia Ocampo......... Great Falls.............. DEF Meghan O’Connell.... Carroll................... FWD Ashley Pezel............. Great Falls............. FWD Sarah Swenson........ Westminster......... MID Erin Volz................... Carroll..................... GK Dayna Winter-Nolte.Westminster........... GK

Honorable Mention Morgan Bowe............ Rocky Mountain..... FWD Anna Curtin.............. Carroll.................... DEF Malin Johansson........ Rocky Mountain....... GK Chelsea Roughsedge.Great Falls..............MID Ambri Stein............... Rocky Mountain...... DEF Corie Walch............. Westminster.........FWD Player of the Year Lauren Brophy, Rocky Mountain Coach of the Year Tony LeBlanc, Westminster

The Griffins also shared the ball for a record 26 assists during the year. They assisted on 86.4% of their total goals scored on the season and had 10 different players record at least one assists on the campaign. They broke another school record by averaging 1.24 assists per game and they were third in the conference in total assists. The 102 total points the offense accounted for shattered the previous record of 80 set during the 2007 season. That is a 127% increase over the previous record. They also set a new standard for averaged points per game with the 2011 average of 4.86. Just for kicks, the 2011 team set new school records for shots attempted (284), shots per game (13.52), shots on goal (152) and SOG per game (7.24).

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2011 SEASON IN REVIEW Senior Sarah Swenson became the second player in school history to be recognized by the NAIA as an All-American. She was tied for second on the team this season with 14 points with five goals and four assists. The 5-foot-6 forward from Salt Lake City attempted 38 shots during the season and put 22 on goal. She played 1,797 minutes and started all 21 games the team played. Swenson joins Heather Hillam as the only two players in school history to be named to the All-American list by the NAIA. Hillam received her honor following the 2010 season. Swenson was also named first team All-Frontier Conference last for the second consecutive season. Westminster had six players recognized all-conference by the Frontier Conference along with head coach Tony LeBlanc being named the Coach of the Year. Hillam and Swenson were both named to the all-conference team for a second consecutive season. Dayna Winter-Nolte earned her second allconference honor and first since 2009. Michelle Erickson was also named to the squad for a second time with her first coming following the 2008 season. Margo Hickam made this year’s team in her first year with the Griffins. Corie Walch was recognized as an honorable mention selection. The Coach of the Year award for LeBlanc is the first of his career. It is also the first time that any Westminster representative has taken home any type of individual award. Westminster had four student-athletes named a 2011 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Hillam, Nikki Kopfman, Elaina Pappas and Swenson were each named a Scholar Athlete for the 2011 season. The four players on the list is the second-most in a season in school history and gives the Griffins a total of 16 Scholar Athletes in the program’s history.

This is the third straight year that Pappas has been named to the list which ties her with Maddie Maldonado and Danielle Rankin for the most in school history. Swenson made the list for the second consecutive season while Hillam and Kopfman receive their first honor. Junior forward Margo Hickman finished the year with 11 goals, five assists and 27 points to lead the team in each category. She finished second in school history for goals and points in a season while tying the record for assists in one season. Hickman fired a school record 76 shots and 45 shots on goal. Her five game-winning goals are also a school record and ranked 28th in the NAIA while her 0.24 GWG per game was 42nd nationally. After scoring six goals during the season, Hillam set the school record for career goals with 20. She is also the Westminster career leader with 45 points and ranks sixth with five career assists. Hillam in No. 1 at Westminster in shots attempted (133), games played (80) and games started (80). She started every game that the Griffins played during her four year Westminster career and played a record 6,696 minutes in those games. Senior Winter-Nolte was a key to the Griffins success this season while starting every game in goal. Winter-Nolte recorded 68 saves during the year and finished one shy of matching her career high of 69 set in 2008. Her 12 wins this season set a new school record and she is second in school history with eight shutouts. Winter-Nolte set a new school record by posting a 0.98 GAA during the year. Winter-Nolte is the Westminster career leader in saves, wins and shutouts. She has made 193 saves during her career while recording 26 wins and 15 shutouts. Her 1.39 career GAA is second overall at Westminster while also posting a career 71.7% save percentage.

2011 Westminster Griffins Women’s Soccer Team FRONT ROW (L to R): Caitlyn Jasumback, Sarah Swenson, Sadie Young, Corie Walch, Jessie Eiting, Dayna Winter-Nolte, Nicole Carter, Tanner Dredge, Alyssa Hill, Margo Hickman. MIDDLE ROW: Carissa Cooper, Justine Jones, Meagan Powell, Claire Huntsberger, Miranda Miner, Vanessa Jordan, Elaina Pappas, Brinna Bennion, Lorin Wathen, Camille Cooper, Jaime Nelson, Madeline Roberts. BACK ROW: Michelle Erickson, Heather Hillam, Nicole Taylor, Nikki Kopfman, Jessica Harris, Assistant Coach James Taylor, Assistant Coach Annie Hawkins, Head Coach Tony LeBlanc, Sabrina Walker, Savannah Troxel, Brianna Wilson, Lisa Johnson, Allison Meader.

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WESTMINSTER ATHLETICS WESTMINSTER ATHLETICS Westminster Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 12, 2012) Westminster Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 12, 2012) All games All games

2011 SEASON STATISTICS

RECORD: RECORD: ALL GAMES ALL GAMES CONFERENCE CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Date

* * * *

* * * * * * * * # # # # $ $

Aug 15 Aug 15 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 29 Aug 29 Sep 02 Sep 02 Sep 05 Sep 05 Sep 09 Sep 09 Sep 10 Sep 10 Sep 16 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 18 Sep 23 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 25 Oct 01 Oct 01 Oct 08 Oct 08 Oct 15 Oct 15 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 23 Oct 28 Oct 28 Oct 30 Oct 30 Nov 11 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 12 Nov 19 Nov 19

Opponent Opponent UTAH VALLEY UTAH VALLEY #5 BAKER #5 BAKER ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROCKY MOUNTAIN BIOLA BIOLA GREAT FALLS GREAT FALLS vs #7 William Carey vs #7 William Carey vs #22 Mobile vs #22 Mobile #25 KANSAS WESLEYAN #25 KANSAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE OF IDAHO COLLEGE OF IDAHO vs Southern Oregon vs Southern Oregon at #5 Concordia at #5 Concordia #23 CARROLL #23 CARROLL MARYMOUNT MARYMOUNT at Rocky Mountain at Rocky Mountain at Carroll at Carroll at Great Falls at Great Falls at #9 Cal State San Marcos at #9 Cal State San Marcos at Soka at Soka HOLY NAMES HOLY NAMES CARROLL CARROLL at #8 Concordia at #8 Concordia

OVERALL OVERALL 12-7-2 12-7-2 4-2 4-2 8-5-2 8-5-2 L L Wo2 Wo2 W W Wot Wot W W L L Lo2 Lo2 W W W W To2 To2 L L W W W W L L L L W W W W W W Wot Wot To2 To2 L L

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

Att. Att. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

* Frontier Conference game * Frontier Conference game # Cal Pac/Frontier Conference Tournament # Cal Pac/Frontier Conference Tournament $ NAIA National Championship $ NAIA National Championship TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. SOG pct. Shots/Game Shots/Game CORNER KICKS CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES PENALTIES Yellow cards Yellow cards Red cards Red cards ATTENDANCE ATTENDANCE Total Total Dates/Avg Per Date Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Neutral Site #/Avg

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38-284 38-284 1.81 1.81 .134 .134 152-284 152-284 .535 .535 13.5 13.5 59 59 1-1 1-1

21-213 21-213 1.00 1.00 .099 .099 91-213 91-213 .427 .427 10.1 10.1 91 91 0-2 0-2

13 13 0 0

9 9 0 0

0 0 11/0 11/0 3/0 3/0

0 0 7/0 7/0

HOME HOME 9-1-1 9-1-1 3-0 3-0 6-1-1 6-1-1 ## ##

Player Player

11 11 20 20 29 29 3 3 12 12 13 13 26 26 7 7 8 8 9 9 22 22 19 19 17 17 23 23 25 25 10 10 2 2 32 32 4 4 24 24 6 6 31 31 28 28 27 27 16 16 15 15 14 14

Margo Hickman Margo Hickman Heather Hillam Heather Hillam Sarah Swenson Sarah Swenson Corie Walch Corie Walch Justine Jones Justine Jones Alyssa Hill Alyssa Hill Carissa Cooper Carissa Cooper Brianna Wilson Brianna Wilson Claire Huntsberger Claire Huntsberger Jaime Nelson Jaime Nelson Camille Cooper Camille Cooper Lorin Wathen Lorin Wathen Nicole Carter Nicole Carter Vanessa Jordan Vanessa Jordan Michelle Erickson Michelle Erickson Sadie Young Sadie Young Miranda Miner Miranda Miner Meagan Powell Meagan Powell Jessica Harris Jessica Harris Brinna Bennion Brinna Bennion Lisa Johnson Lisa Johnson Savannah Troxel Savannah Troxel Caitlyn Jasumback Caitlyn Jasumback Allison Meader Allison Meader Tanner Dredge Tanner Dredge Sabrina Walker Sabrina Walker Nikki Kopfman Nikki Kopfman Total Total Opponents Opponents

## ##

Goalie Goalie

1 1 00 00

Jessie Eiting Jessie Eiting Dayna Winter-Nolte Dayna Winter-Nolte Total Total Opponents Opponents

Goals by Period Goals by Period Westminster Westminster Opponents Opponents

AWAY AWAY 3-4 3-4 1-2 1-2 2-2 2-2 gp gp 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 19 19 21 21 19 19 18 18 18 18 20 20 10 10 12 12 19 19 20 20 21 21 20 20 21 21 13 13 20 20 21 21 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 4 4 21 21 21 21 GP GP 1 1 21 21 21 21 21 21

g g

11 11 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 2 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 38 21 21

NEUTRAL NEUTRAL 0-2-1 0-2-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-1 0-2-1 a a

pts pts

Min. GA Min. GA 45:00 0 45:00 0 1936:55 21 1936:55 21 1981:55 21 1981:55 21 1981:55 38 1981:55 38 1st 1st

11 11 9 9

sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

5 27 76 .145 45 .592 5 5 27 76 .145 45 .592 5 2 14 37 .162 13 .351 2 2 14 37 .162 13 .351 2 4 14 38 .132 22 .579 0 4 14 38 .132 22 .579 0 3 13 15 .333 11 .733 3 3 13 15 .333 11 .733 3 4 12 25 .160 11 .440 1 4 12 25 .160 11 .440 1 3 7 15 .133 11 .733 0 3 7 15 .133 11 .733 0 0 6 13 .231 7 .538 1 0 6 13 .231 7 .538 1 0 2 8 .125 4 .500 0 0 2 8 .125 4 .500 0 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 2 2 26 .000 8 .308 0 2 2 26 .000 8 .308 0 1 1 4 .000 3 .750 0 1 1 4 .000 3 .750 0 1 1 4 .000 1 .250 0 1 1 4 .000 1 .250 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 6 .000 2 .333 0 0 0 6 .000 2 .333 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 26 102 284 .134 152 .535 12 26 102 284 .134 152 .535 12 14 56 213 .099 91 .427 6 14 56 213 .099 91 .427 6 GAAvg Saves GAAvg Saves

0.00 0.00 0.98 0.98 0.95 0.95 1.73 1.73

0 0 68 68 70 70 114 114

2nd 2nd

OT OT

OT2 OT2

Total Total 38 38 21 21

2nd 2nd

24 24 11 11

2 2 0 0

1 1 1 1

133 133 92 92

138 138 101 101

OT OT

7 7 10 10

OT2 OT2

Total Total 284 284 213 213

Saves by Period Saves by Period Westminster Westminster Opponents Opponents

1st 1st

2nd 2nd

OT OT

OT2 OT2

Total Total 70 70 114 114

Corners by Period Corners by Period Westminster Westminster Opponents Opponents

1st 1st

2nd 2nd

OT OT

OT2 OT2

Total Total 59 59 91 91

Fouls by Period Fouls by Period Westminster Westminster Opponents Opponents

1st 1st

2nd 2nd

OT OT

OT2 OT2

Total Total 220 220 176 176

Shots by Period Shots by Period Westminster Westminster Opponents Opponents

1st 1st

31 31 56 56 18 18 48 48

34 34 54 54 40 40 40 40

84 114 84 114 80 86 80 86

2 2 2 2 0 0 3 3

10 10 6 6

6 6 10 10

3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0

12 12 4 4

Pct Pct

.000 .000 .764 .764 .769 .769 .750 .750

W-L-T W-L-T

0-0-0 0-0-0 12-7-2 12-7-2 12-7-2 12-7-2 7-12-2 7-12-2

1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-2 Sho Sho

0 0 8 8 9 9 6 6

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GAME RECORDS - TEAM Goals 1. 2. 3.

9 8 5 5 5

vs vs vs vs vs

Assists

Southwestern (AZ)............................................Oct College of the Southwest.................................Aug Kansas Wesleyan............................................. Sep Rocky Mountain...............................................Aug Mills College.....................................................Oct

16, 25, 16, 29, 16,

2010 2007 2011 2011 2009

1. 5 2. 4

vs Mills College.....................................................Oct 5 times. Most recent: vs College of Idaho.............................................. Sep vs Rocky Mountain...............................................Aug vs Holy Names......................................................Oct vs Embry-Riddle (AZ)............................................Aug

16, 25, 16, 29,

2010 2007 2009 2011

1. 2. 4. 5.

vs vs vs vs vs

18, 29, 18, 26,

2011 2011 2009 2007

30, 25, 16, 30, 24,

2009 2007 2010 2011 2008

Sarah Swenson vs Marymount.................................Oct 8, Sarah Swenson vs Mills College.............................Oct 16, Jennifer Pirente vs Embry-Riddle (AZ)...................Aug 26, 93 times. Most recent: Alyssa Hill vs Holy Names.................................... Nov 11, Lorin Wathen vs Holy Names................................ Nov 11,

2011 2009 2007

Points 1. 21 2. 20 3. 15 4. 14 5. 12

16, 2009

Shots

vs Southwestern (AZ)............................................Oct vs College of the Southwest.................................Aug vs Mills College.....................................................Oct vs Rocky Mountain...............................................Aug 4 times. Most recent: vs College of Idaho.............................................. Sep

47 39 39 27 25

Chaminade University......................................Aug College of the Southwest.................................Aug Southwestern (AZ)............................................Oct Soka.................................................................Oct Sioux Falls.......................................................Aug

18, 2011

Saves 1. 3. 4.

13 13 12 11 11 11

vs Southern Utah..................................................Oct 11, vs Southern Utah................................................. Sep 16, vs Embry-Riddle (AZ)............................................Aug 26, vs Menlo...............................................................Oct 20, ns Cal State East Bay.............................................Oct 21, vs Northwest Nazarene.......................................... Sep 5,

2007 2009 2007 2007 2007 2007

GAME RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL Goals 1. 3 3 3. 2

Jennifer Pirente vs College of the Southwest........Aug Maggie Nielsen vs College of the Southwest........Aug 15 times. Most recent: Corie Walch vs Great Falls.....................................Oct Margo Hickman vs Kansas Wesleyan.................... Sep Margo Hickman vs Mobile.................................... Sep

Assists 25, 2007 25, 2007 23, 2011 16, 2011 10, 2011

1. 2 2 2 4. 1

Points 1. 6 6 3. 5 5 5. 4

Jennifer Pirente vs College of the Southwest........Aug Maggie Nielsen vs College of the Southwest........Aug Margo Hickman vs Mobile.................................... Sep Margo Hickman vs Kansas Wesleyan.................... Sep 15 times. Most recent: Sarah Swenson vs Marymount...............................Oct

1. 2. 3.

Kelsey Kelsey Kelsey Kelsey Kelsey

2011 2011

Shots 25, 25, 10, 16,

2007 2007 2011 2011

1. 10 2. 9 3. 8 4. 7

Nicole Taylor vs Chaminade University.................Aug Margo Hickman vs Kansas Wesleyan.................... Sep Kate Stoner vs College of the Southwest..............Aug 4 times. Most recent: Margo Hickman vs Baker......................................Aug

30, 2009 16, 2011 25, 2007 26, 2011

08, 2011

Saves 13 12 11 11 11

Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen

vs vs vs vs vs

Southern Utah...............................Oct Embry-Riddle (AZ)........................Aug Northwest Nazarene.................... Sep Menlo...........................................Oct Cal State East Bay..........................Oct

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2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS Most Wins 1. 2. 3. 5.

12 (12-7-2)............................................ 2011 11 (11-8-1)............................................ 2010 9 (9-8-1)................................................ 2007 9 (9-10-1).............................................. 2009 7 (7-11-1).............................................. 2008

1. 2. 5.

4 3 3 3 2

Highest Winning Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.619 .575 .528 .475 .395

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.667 .600 .583 .500 .333

Most Conference Wins (4-2-0)................................................ 2011 (3-2-0)................................................ 2007 (3-2-1)................................................ 2009 (3-3-0)................................................ 2010 (2-4-0)................................................ 2008

Points 1. 102....................................................... 2011 2. 80......................................................... 2007 3. 73......................................................... 2009 4. 69......................................................... 2010 5. 68......................................................... 2008

Goals per Game 1. 1.81...................................................... 2011 2. 1.78...................................................... 2007 3. 1.35...................................................... 2010 4. 1.30...................................................... 2009 5. 1.26...................................................... 2008

Shots Attempted 1. 284....................................................... 2011 2. 247....................................................... 2009 3. 226....................................................... 2010 4. 202....................................................... 2008 5. 189....................................................... 2007

SOG per Game 1. 7.24...................................................... 2011 2. 7.00...................................................... 2007 3. 6.60...................................................... 2009 4. 6.30...................................................... 2010 5. 5.95...................................................... 2008

Save Percentage 1. .802...................................................... 2010 2. .792...................................................... 2007 3. .769...................................................... 2011 4. .735...................................................... 2009 5. .697...................................................... 2008

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(12-7-2)......................................... 2011 (11-8-1)......................................... 2010 (9-8-1)........................................... 2007 (9-10-1)......................................... 2009 (7-11-1)......................................... 2008

Fewest Losses 1. 2. 4. 5.

7 (12-7-2).............................................. 2012 8 (9-8-1)................................................ 2007 8 (11-8-1).............................................. 2010 10 (9-10-1)............................................ 2009 11 (7-11-1)............................................ 2008

1. 2. 4. 5.

21 20 20 19 18

Highest Conf. Win Percentage (4-2-0)........................................... 2011 (3-2-0)........................................... 2007 (3-2-1)........................................... 2009 (3-3-0)........................................... 2010 (2-4-0)........................................... 2008

Points per Game 1. 4.86...................................................... 2011 2. 4.44...................................................... 2007 3. 3.65...................................................... 2009 4. 3.58...................................................... 2008 5. 3.45...................................................... 2010

Assists 1. 26......................................................... 2011 2. 21......................................................... 2009 3. 20......................................................... 2008 4. 16......................................................... 2007 5. 15......................................................... 2010

Shots per Game 1. 13.52.................................................... 2011 2. 12.35.................................................... 2009 3. 11.30.................................................... 2010 4. 10.63.................................................... 2008 5. 10.50.................................................... 2007

Goalie Saves 1. 122....................................................... 2007 2. 86......................................................... 2009 3. 81......................................................... 2010 4. 70......................................................... 2011 5. 69......................................................... 2008

Goals Against Average 1. 0.95...................................................... 2011 2. 0.97...................................................... 2010 3. 1.53...................................................... 2009 4. 1.56...................................................... 2008 5. 1.77...................................................... 2007

Most Games Played (12-7-2)............................................ 2011 (9-10-1)............................................ 2009 (11-8-1)............................................ 2010 (7-11-1)............................................ 2008 (9-8-1).............................................. 2007

Goals 1. 38......................................................... 2011 2. 32......................................................... 2007 3. 27......................................................... 2010 4. 26......................................................... 2009 5. 24......................................................... 2008

Assists per Game 1. 1.24...................................................... 2011 2. 1.05...................................................... 2008 1.05...................................................... 2009 4. 0.89...................................................... 2007 5. 0.75...................................................... 2010

Shots on Goal 1. 152....................................................... 2011 2. 132....................................................... 2009 3. 126....................................................... 2007 126....................................................... 2010 5. 113....................................................... 2008

Saves per Game 1. 6.78...................................................... 2007 2. 4.30...................................................... 2009 3. 4.05...................................................... 2010 4. 3.63...................................................... 2008 5. 3.33...................................................... 2011

Shutouts 1. 10......................................................... 2010 2. 9........................................................... 2011 3. 6........................................................... 2009 6........................................................... 2007 5. 2........................................................... 2008

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28 27 16 16 14 14 14 13 13 12 12

Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Corie Walch.............................. 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Maddie Spere............................ 2008 Justine Jones............................. 2011

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

0.72 0.52 0.35 0.32 0.30 0.29 0.29 0.28 0.26 0.25 0.25

Jennifer Pirente........................ 2007 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Carley Empey............................ 2007 Maddie Spere............................ 2008 Tanisia Wilson........................... 2009 Corie Walch.............................. 2011

Points per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

1.56 1.29 0.84 0.82 0.80 0.67 0.67 0.65 0.65 0.63 0.63

Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Kate Stoner.............................. 2007 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Corie Walch.............................. 2011 Maddie Spere............................ 2008 Justine Jones............................. 2011

Goals 1. 13 2. 11 3. 7 4. 6 6 6 7. 5

Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 6 times. Most recent: Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Corie Walch.............................. 2011 Tanisia Wilson........................... 2009 Maddie Spere............................ 2008

Goals per Game

Game Winning Goals 1. 5 2. 4 3. 3 3 3 3 3 3 9. 2

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010 Maddie Spere............................ 2008 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Corie Walch.............................. 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2009 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 4 times. Most recent: Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2010

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

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Vanessa Jordan......................... 2009 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Justine Jones............................. 2011 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 9 times. Most recent: Alyssa Hill................................. 2011 Corie Walch.............................. 2011 Vanessa Jordan......................... 2010

Jennifer Pirente scored 13 goals during the inaugural season of 2007. That mark still stands as on of four individual school records she holds.

Assists

Assists per Game 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 9.

0.25 0.24 0.24 0.21 0.21 0.19 0.17 0.17 0.16 0.16 0.16

Vanessa Jordan......................... 2009 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Jennifer Pirente........................ 2008 Justine Jones............................. 2011 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Alice Hewes.............................. 2007 Maddie Spere............................ 2007 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2008 Elaina Pappas............................ 2008 Corie Walch.............................. 2008

Shots Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

76 49 48 46 45 38 37 37 36 34

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010 Megan Maldonado.................... 2009 Nicole Taylor............................. 2009

Minimum 10 games played in per game categories.

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Shots per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.62 2.72 2.65 2.53 2.30 1.85 1.81 1.80 1.76 1.70

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Heather Hillam......................... 2010 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Megan Maldonado.................... 2009 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Nicole Taylor............................. 2009

Shots on Goal 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

45 35 31 30 28 22 21 20 20 16

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2010 Megan Maldonado.................... 2009 Maddie Spere............................ 2007 Heather Hillam.......................... 2010

Margo Hickman attempted 76 shots in 2011, her first with the Griffins. She ranks in the single season Top 10 in 13 offensive categories.

SOG per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

2.14 1.94 1.76 1.55 1.47 1.11 1.05 1.05 1.00 0.81

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Heather Hillam.......................... 2009 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Maddie Spere............................ 2007 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2010 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Megan Maldonado.................... 2009 Brianna Wilson.......................... 2010

21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Miranda Miner........................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Brinna Bennion.......................... 2011 Michelle Erickson...................... 2011 Alyssa Hill................................. 2011 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 22 times.

Penalty Kicks Made 1.

1 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 1 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 1 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007

Games Played 1. 9.

Penalty Kick Attempted 1.

1 1 1 1

Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Kate Stoner............................... 2007 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2008 Jennifer Pirente......................... 2007

1937 1811 1801 1797 1777 1751 1741 1734 1724 1679

Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Brinna Bennion.......................... 2009 Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Lindsay Judd............................. 2009 Nicole Taylor............................. 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Vanessa Jordan......................... 2009 Heather Hillam.......................... 2008

Games Started 1. 4.

21 21 21 20

Sarah Swenson.......................... 2011 Heather Hillam.......................... 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 11 times.

Minutes Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Minimum 10 games played in per game categories.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

45 44 38 33 27 24 14 13 12 12

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Kate Stoner.......................... 2007-08 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Justine Jones............................. 2011 Rachel Watson..................... 2007-10

0.51 0.25 0.17 0.16 0.16 0.16 0.13 0.13 0.11 0.08

Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Maggie Nielsen.................... 2007-08 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Megan Maldonado............... 2009-10 Tanisia Wilson...................... 2009-11 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Jessica Harris....................... 2010-11

Points per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.19 0.56 0.47 0.43 0.41 0.34 0.31 0.29 0.28 0.21

Goals per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 9. 10.

Jennifer Pirente................... 2007-08 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Sarah Swenson.................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Maggie Nielsen.................... 2007-08 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Megan Maldonado............... 2009-10 Tanisia Wilson...................... 2009-11 Alyssa Hill............................ 2009-11

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

20 19 13 12 11 9 5

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 6 tied.

1. 2. 4. 6. 8.

12 9 9 6 6 5 5 4 4 4

Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Justine Jones............................. 2011 Kate Stoner.......................... 2007-08 Alyssa Hill............................ 2009-11

Game Winning Goals 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

9 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 1

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Kate Stoner.......................... 2007-08 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 11 tied.

Assists

Assists per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

0.16 0.15 0.12 0.11 0.10 0.09 0.09 0.06 0.06 0.05

Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Alyssa Hill............................ 2009-11 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Brianna Wilson..................... 2010-11 Lisa Johnson........................ 2008-11

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

133 123 97 76 60 58 56 56 49 45

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Megan Maldonado............... 2009-10 3 tied.

Shots Attempted

Heather Hillam is the Westminster career leader in goals, game winning goals, points, shots, games played, games started and minutes played. She never missed a game during her career.

Minimum 25 games played in per game categories.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Shots per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

2.62 1.66 1.60 1.54 1.29 1.03 0.88 0.73 0.73 0.72

Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Sarah Swenson.................... 2008-11 Megan Maldonado.............. 2009-10 Maddie Spere...................... 2007-10 Brianna Wilson..................... 2010-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Tanisia Wilson...................... 2009-11

Shots on Goal 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

72 69 63 45 42 35 31 30 28 21 21

Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Kate Stoner.......................... 2007-08 Megan Maldonado............... 2009-10 Alyssa Hill............................ 2009-11 Rachel Watson..................... 2007-10

SOG per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.70 0.90 0.86 0.74 0.72 0.57 0.50 0.46 0.45 0.44

Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Megan Maldonado............... 2009-10 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Brianna Wilson..................... 2010-11 Tanisia Wilson...................... 2009-11 Alyssa Hill............................ 2009-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11

Penalty Kicks Made 1.

1 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 1 Kate Stoner.......................... 2007-08 1 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08

Penalty Kick Attempted 1. 2.

2 Jennifer Pirente.................... 2007-08 1 Margo Hickman......................... 2011 1 Kate Stoner.......................... 2007-08

Sarah Swesnon played in all 80 games during her career and is the school’s career leader with 12 assists. She also ranks first in shots on goal and second in shots attempted.

Games Played 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

80 80 79 79 77 72 58 57 57 50

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Brinna Bennion..................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Rachel Watson..................... 2007-10 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 Michelle Erickson................. 2008-11 Maddie Maldonado.............. 2007-10

Games Started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

80 69 68 63 58 56 44 40 39 38

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Brinna Bennion..................... 2008-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 Maddie Spere....................... 2007-10 Rachel Watson..................... 2007-10 Maddie Maldonado.............. 2007-10 Michelle Erickson................. 2008-11

Minutes Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6696 6279 5544 5510 4924 4500 3812 3269 2733 2638

Heather Hillam..................... 2008-11 Sarah Swenson..................... 2008-11 Vanessa Jordan.................... 2008-11 Brinna Bennion..................... 2008-11 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 Corie Walch......................... 2008-11 Michelle Erickson................. 2008-11 Lindsay Judd........................ 2009-10 Nicole Taylor........................ 2009-11 Rachel Watson..................... 2007-10

Minimum 25 games played in per game categories.

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS - GOALIES Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

122 79 69 68 56 30 1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

0.98 1.01 1.56 1.77 1.80

Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009 Elaina Pappas............................ 2010

Saves per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

6.78 3.95 3.63 3.29 3.24 3.00

Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

12 11 9 7 7 2

Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009

Goals Against Average Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009

Save Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

.833 .798 .792 .764 .697 .691

Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009

1. 2. 5. 6.

11 8 8 8 7 2

Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009

1. 2.

2 1 1 1 1

Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

9 8 6 5 2 1

Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1935 1776 1734 1625 1251 575 82 45

Wins

Losses

Ties

Shutouts

Lindsey Bekken made 20 starts during the 2010 season and posted 79 saves and nine shutouts. She finished the year with a 1.01 goals against average and 11 wins.

Goalie Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

21 20 19 18 17 10 1 1

Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009 Elaina Pappas............................ 2010 Jessie Eiting.............................. 2011

Goalie Games Started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

21 20 19 18 16 4

Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009

Golaie Minutes Played Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2011 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2010 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2008 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Dayna Winter-Nolte................... 2009 Lindsay Bekken......................... 2009 Elaina Pappas............................ 2010 Jessie Eiting.............................. 2011

Saves per Game = Minimum 10 games played Save Percentage = Minimum 10 Saves Goals Against Average = Minimum 900 minutes played

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS - GOALIES Saves 1. 2. 3. 4.

193 122 109 1

Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 Elaina Pappas....................... 2008-11

Saves per Game 1. 2.

3.63 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 3.39 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11

Save Percentage 1. 2. 3.

.807 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 .792 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 .717 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11

Goals Against Average 1. 2.

0.99 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 1.39 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11

1. 2. 3.

26 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 13 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 9 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007

Wins

Dayna Winter-Nolte has started 56 games in goal for the Griffins while making 193 saves and posting 15 shutouts. She has a career goals against average of 1.39.

Losses 1. 2. 3.

26 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 10 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 8 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007

1. 2. 3. 4.

57 30 18 1 1

Ties 1. 2. 3.

3 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 2 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 1 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007

1. 2. 3.

56 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 24 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 18 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007

Goalie Games Played Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Elaina Pappas....................... 2008-11 Jessie Eiting.............................. 2011

Shutouts 1. 2. 3.

Goalie Games Started

15 Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 10 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 6 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007

Golaie Minutes Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4920 2351 1625 82 45

Dayna Winter-Nolte......... 2008-09,11 Lindsay Bekken.................... 2009-11 Kelsey Allen.............................. 2007 Elaina Pappas....................... 2008-11 Jessie Eiting.............................. 2011

Saves per Game = Minimum 25 games played Save Percentage = Minimum 25 Saves Goals Against Average = Minimum 2,000 minutes played

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YEARLY LEADERS Goals Year Player..................................................... Goals 2007 Jennifer Pirente................................. 13 2008 Jennifer Pirente................................... 6 2009 Heather Hillam.................................... 6 2010 Heather Hillam.................................... 7 2011 Margo Hickman................................ 11

Goals per Game Year Player.....................................................G/Gm 2007 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 0.72 2008 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 0.32 2009 Heather Hillam............................... 0.30 2010 Heather Hillam............................... 0.35 2011 Margo Hickman............................. 0.52

Assists Year Player..................................................Assists 2007 Kate Stoner......................................... 4 2008 Jennifer Pirente................................... 4 2009 Vanessa Jordan................................... 5 2010 Vanessa Jordan................................... 3 2011 Margo Hickman.................................. 5

Assists per Game Year Player.....................................................A/Gm 2007 Kate Stoner.................................... 0.24 2008 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 0.21 2009 Vanessa Jordan.............................. 0.25 2010 Vanessa Jordan.............................. 0.15 2011 Margo Hickman............................. 0.24

Points Year Player....................................................Points 2007 Jennifer Pirente................................. 28 2008 Jennifer Pirente................................. 16 2009 Heather Hillam.................................. 13 2010 Heather Hillam.................................. 16 2011 Margo Hickman................................ 27

Points per Game

Game Winning Goals Year Player....................................................... GWG 2007 Jennifer Pirente................................... 3 Kate Stoner......................................... 3 2008 Maddie Spere...................................... 3 2009 Heather Hillam.................................... 3 Sarah Swenson.................................... 3 2010 Heather Hillam.................................... 4 2011 Margo Hickman.................................. 5

Shots Year Player..................................................... Shots 2007 Jennifer Pirente................................. 49 2008 Jennifer Pirente................................. 48 2009 Heather Hillam.................................. 46 2010 Heather Hillam.................................. 37 2011 Margo Hickman................................ 76

Shots per Game Year Player...................................................Sh/Gm 2007 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 2.72 2008 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 2.53 2009 Heather Hillam............................... 2.30 2010 Heather Hillam............................... 1.85 2011 Margo Hickman............................. 3.62

Saves Year Player.....................................................Saves 2007 Kelsey Allen.................................... 122 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................... 69 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................... 56 2010 Lindsay Bekken................................. 79 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................... 68

Saves per Game Year Player...................................................Sv/Gm 2007 Kelsey Allen................................... 6.78 2008 Dayna WInter-Nolte........................ 3.63 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................ 3.29 2010 Lindsey Bekken.............................. 3.95 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................ 3.21

Goals Against Average Year Player........................................................GAA 2007 Kelsey Allen................................... 1.77 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................ 1.56 2009 Lindsay Bekken.............................. 0.94 2010 Lindsay Bekken.............................. 1.01 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................ 0.98

Goalie Wins

Year Player.......................................................Wins Shots on Goal 2007 Kelsey Allen........................................ 9 Year Player........................................................... SOG 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte............................. 7 2007 Jennifer Pirente................................. 35 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte............................. 7 2008 Jennifer Pirente................................. 28 2010 Lindsay Bekken................................. 11 2009 Heather Hillam.................................. 31 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................... 12 2010 Sarah Swenson.................................. 21 Goalie Shutouts 2011 Margo Hickman................................ 45 Year Player........................................................SHO SOG per Game 2007 Kelsey Allen........................................ 6 Year Player...............................................SOG/Gm 2008 Dayna Winter-Nolte............................. 2 2007 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 1.94 2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte............................. 5 2008 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 1.47 2010 Lindsay Bekken................................... 9 2009 Heather Hillam............................... 1.55 2011 Dayna Winter-Nolte............................. 8 2010 Sarah Swenson............................... 1.05 2011 Margo Hickman............................. 2.14

Year Player................................................. Pts/Gm 2007 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 1.56 2008 Jennifer Pirente.............................. 0.84 2009 Heather Hillam............................... 0.65 2010 Heather Hillam............................... 0.80 2011 Margo Hickman............................. 1.29

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NAIA ALL-AMERICANS

Heather Hillam

Sarah Swenson

Honorable Mention 2010

Honorable mention 2011

NAIA NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Lindsey Bekken Defensive Sept. 14, 2010

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FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Brinna Bennion

Michelle Erickson

2010

2008 • 2011

Jennifer Pirente 2008

NAIA AWARDS Honorable Mention All-American Heather Hillam.........................................2010 Sarah Swenson.........................................2011 National Player of the Week Lindsay Bekken (Def.)................ Sept. 14, 2010

Margo Hickman

Heather Hillam

2011

Sarah Swenson 2010 • 2011

Vanessa Jordan

2010 • 2011

Corie Walch 2009

2010

Dayna Winter-Nolte 2009 • 2011

CONFERENCE AWARDS Frontier Conference Coach of the Year Tony LeBlanc...........................................2011 First Team All-Frontier Conference Brinna Bennion........................................2010 Michelle Erickson...............................2008, 11 Margo Hickman.......................................2011 Heather Hillam...................................2010, 11 Vanessa Jordan........................................2010

Jennifer Pirente........................................2008 Sarah Swenson...................................2010, 11 Corie Walch.............................................2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte............................2009, 11 Honorable Mention All-Frontier Conference Lindsay Bekken........................................2010 Corie Walch.............................................2011

ACADEMIC AWARDS Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete Heather Hillam.........................................2011 Vanessa Jordan........................................2010 Nikki Kopfman.........................................2011 Maddie Maldonado......................2008, 09, 10 Megan Maldonado...................................2010 Elaina Pappas...............................2009, 10, 11 Jennifer Pirente........................................2008 Danielle Rankin............................2008, 09, 10 Sarah Swenson...................................2010, 11

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Frontier Academic All-Conference Lindsay Bekken..................................2010, 11 Brinna Bennion............................2008, 09, 10 Carlie Burton............................................2007 Katie Connor......................................2007, 08 Jessica Harris...........................................2011 Alyssa Hill................................................2011 Heather Hillam...................................2010, 11 Claire Huntsberger...................................2011 Lisa Johnson................................2009, 10, 11 Vanessa Jordan............................2009, 10, 11 Lindsay Judd............................................2010 Nikki Kopfman...................................2010, 11 Joselyn Londer...................................2007, 08 Maddie Maldonado................2007, 08, 09, 10 Megan Maldonado.............................2009, 10

Maggie Nielsen........................................2008 Elaina Pappas...............................2008, 10, 11 Jennifer Pirente..................................2007, 08 Danielle Rankin........................................2010 Maddie Spere.....................................2009, 10 Sarah Swenson.............................2009, 10, 11 Nicole Taylor...............................2009, 10, 11 Rachel Watson.........................2008, 2009, 10 Corie Walch.............................................2011 Lorin Wathen...........................................2011 Brianna Wilson.........................................2011 Tanisia Wilson..........................................2009 Dayna Winter-Nolte..................................2011 Sadie Young.............................................2011

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A

J

Kelsey Allen.............................................2007 Daniela Alvarado......................................2007

B Madi Bailey..............................................2010 Elizabeth Beerman...................................2011 Lindsay Bekken...................................2009-11 Brittany Beman.........................................2007 Brinna Bennion...................................2008-11 Carlie Burton.......................................2007-08

K Nikki Kopfman....................................2008-11

L

C Nicole Carter............................................2011 Anna Cheever..........................................2007 Katie Connor.......................................2007-08 Camille Cooper........................................2011 Carissa Cooper........................................2011

D

R

Caitlyn Jasumback...................................2011 Lisa Johnson.......................................2008-11 Justine Jones............................................2011 Vanessa Jordan...................................2008-11 Lindsay Judd.......................................2009-10

Caresse Little...........................................2010 Joselyn Londer....................................2007-08 Liz Lyon...................................................2008

H Jessica Harris......................................2010-11 Alice Hewes.............................................2007 Margo Hickman.......................................2011 Alyssa Hill...........................................2009-11 Heather Hillam....................................2008-11 Claire Huntsberger..............................2010-11

T Nicole Taylor......................................2009-11 Savannah Troxel......................................2011

W

N Jaime Nelson............................................2011 Maggie Nielsen...................................2007-08

E

S Brenna Sandquist.....................................2008 Makenzy Simper......................................2009 Maddie Spere......................................2007-10 Kate Stoner.........................................2007-08 Sarah Swenson....................................2008-11

M Maddie Maldonado.............................2007-10 Megan Maldonado..............................2009-10 Allison Meader.........................................2011 Miranda Miner.........................................2011

Tanner Dredge.........................................2011 Lindsey Dunlap........................................2008

Jessie Eiting.............................................2011 Carley Empey...........................................2007 Kelsey Englert.....................................2008-09 Michelle Erickson................................2008-11

Danielle Rankin...................................2007-10 Madeline Roberts.....................................2011

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Corie Walch........................................2008-11 Sabrina Walker.........................................2011 Lorin Wathen......................................2010-11 Rachel Watson....................................2007-10 Brianna Wilson....................................2010-11 Tanisia Wilson.....................................2009-11 Dayna Winter-Nolte........................2008-09,11

Y Sadie Young........................................2010-11

Bettina Oesch......................................2010-11

P

Z Jessie Zapata.......................................2007,09

Elaina Pappas......................................2008-11 Jennifer Pirente...................................2007-08 Meagan Powell.........................................2011 Jennifer Prescott......................................2009 Rachel Pyne.............................................2010

POSTSEASON HISTORY Conference Tournament 2008 Nov. 14 Rocky Mountain

2011 L

0-1

Helena, MT

W L

1-0 0-5

Helena, MT Helena, MT

W L

1-0 0-3

Helena, MT Helena, MT

2010 Nov. 10 Minot State Nov. 11 Carroll

Nov. 19 Concordia (OR)

L

0-1

Portland, OR

Postseason Records

2009 Nov. 13 Rocky Mountain Nov. 14 Carroll

NAIA National Championships

Conference Tournament NAIA National Championships Totals

W L T % Apps. 3 3 1 .500 4 0 1 0 .000 1 3 4 1 .438

2011 Nov. 11 Holy Names Wot Nov. 12 Carroll To2 *Westminster won 2-1 in penalty kicks

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Salt Lake City Salt Lake City

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SERIES RECORDS ALL-TIME vs. OPPONENT.......Overall Pct.......... Home........ Away...... Neutral Arizona Christian.................... 2-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........1-0-0.......1-0-0 Baker...................................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Biola....................................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Brigham Young-Hawaii............ 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Cal State East Bay.................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Cal State San Marcos............... 1-1-0 .500....... 0-0-0........1-1-0.......0-0-0 Carroll.................................... 2-8-2 .250....... 2-1-2........0-7-0.......0-0-0 Cascade.................................. 1-1-0 .500....... 1-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Chaminade............................. 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........1-0-0.......0-0-0 College of Idaho..................... 2-2-0 .500....... 1-2-0........1-0-0.......0-0-0 Concordia (Calif.).................... 0-2-0 .000....... 0-1-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Concordia (Ore.)..................... 0-2-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-2-0.......0-0-0 Corban................................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........1-0-0.......0-0-0 Dominican.............................. 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Eastern Oregon....................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........0-0-0.......1-0-0 Embry-Riddle (Ariz.)................ 5-0-0 1.000...... 3-0-0........2-0-0.......0-0-0 Fresno Pacific.......................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Great Falls............................. 10-0-0 1.000...... 5-0-0........5-0-0.......0-0-0 Hawaii Pacific.......................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Holy Names............................ 2-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......1-0-0 Hope International.................. 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Idaho State............................. 0-0-1 .500....... 0-0-0........0-0-1.......0-0-0 Kansas Wesleyan..................... 2-0-0 1.000...... 2-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Marymount (Calif.).................. 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Menlo..................................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........1-0-0.......0-0-0 Mills College........................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........1-0-0.......0-0-0 Minot State............................. 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........0-0-0.......1-0-0

ALL-TIME vs. OPPONENT.......Overall Pct.......... Home........ Away...... Neutral Mobile.................................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-0-0.......0-1-0 Northwest Christian................ 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Northwest Nazarene............... 1-0-1 .750....... 1-0-1........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Northwood............................. 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Oregon Tech........................... 0-0-1 .500....... 0-0-0........0-0-1.......0-0-0 Point Loma Nazarene.............. 1-1-0 .500....... 1-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Rocky Mountain...................... 4-8-0 .333....... 3-2-0........0-5-0.......1-1-0 Saint Thomas (FL)................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 San Diego Christian................ 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Soka....................................... 1-0-0 1.000...... 0-0-0........1-0-0.......0-0-0 Sioux Falls.............................. 1-0-0 1.000...... 1-0-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Southern Oregon.................... 0-1-1 .250....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-1 Southern Utah......................... 0-3-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-3-0.......0-0-0 The Master’s College.............. 0-1-0 .000....... 0-1-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 Utah Valley............................. 0-3-0 .000....... 0-1-0........0-2-0.......0-0-0 Warner Pacific......................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Weber State............................ 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-1-0.......0-0-0 Westmont............................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-1-0........0-0-0.......0-0-0 William Carey.......................... 0-1-0 .000....... 0-0-0........0-0-0.......0-1-0 TOTALS.........................................48-44-6 .520.........28-9-3.....14-32-2.......6-3-1 ................................................................ .............. .738.......... .313......... .650 MISCELLANEOUS.......................Overall Pct.......... Home........ Away...... Neutral Overtime................................. 6-5-6 .529....... 5-1-3........1-3-2.......0-1-1 Ranked Opponent.................. 7-12-1 .375....... 6-2-1........1-8-0.......0-2-0 Postseason............................. 3-4-1 .438....... 1-0-1........0-3-0.......2-1-0

AGAINST THE OPPOSITION Arizona Christian Westminster leads, 2-0-0 8/25/07 Westminster 10/16/10 Westminster

8-0 9-0

N N

Baker Westminster leads, 1-0-0 8/26/11 Westminster

(2ot) 2-1

H

(ot) 1-0

H

Biola Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/2/11 Westminster

2-1

A

Cal State-East Bay Cal State-East Bay leads, 1-0-0 10/21/07 Cal State-East Bay

3-0

A

Cal State-San Marcos Series tied, 1-1-0 9/21/08 Cal State-San Marcos 10/28/11 Westminster

Series tied, 1-1-0 9/23/07 Cascade 9/5/08 Westminster

A A

5-1

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Concordia (Calif.) Concordia leads, 2-0-0 9/14/07 Concordia 9/1/08 Concordia

Concordia leads, 2-0-0 9/25/11 Concordia 11/19/11 Concordia

H A

3-0 1-0

A A

Corban 3-2 ot

H

Dominican A H

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/12/08 Westminster

Chaminade

Eastern Oregon

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 8/30/09 Westminster

A

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/25/10 Westminster

Series tied, 2-2-0 9/9/07 College of Idaho 9/12/09 College of Idaho 9/26/10 Westminster 9/18/11 Westminster

3-0 1-0

Concordia (Ore.)

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/22/07 Westminster

2-1 2-0

4-1

College of Idaho 3-0 1-0

Carroll Carroll leads, 8-2-2 10/28/07 Carroll

H A H A A H A A H A H

Cascade

Brigham Young-Hawaii BYU-Hawaii leads, 1-0-0 8/29/09 BYU-Hawaii

10/7/08 Carroll 1-0 10/19/08 Carroll 2-1 9/20/09 Tie (2ot) 0-0 10/25/09 Carroll 2-1 11/14/09 Carroll 5-0 10/5/10 Westminster 2-1 10/24/10 Carroll 3-1 11/11/10 Carroll 3-0 10/1/11 Westminster 1-0 10/22/11 Carroll 1-0 11/12/11 Tie (2ot) 0-0* *Westminster won 2-1 in penalty kicks

2-1

H

3-0

N

4-1 2-1 1-0 1-0 ot 2-1

A H H H A

Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) 2-0 4-0 1-0 4-1

H H A H

Westminster leads, 5-0-0 8/26/07 Westminster 9/14/08 Westminster 9/11/09 Westminster 9/12/10 Westminster 10/15/10 Westminster

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AGAINST THE OPPOSITION Fresno Pacific

Northwest Christian

Southern Utah

Fresno Pacific leads, 1-0-0 8/30/08 Fresno Pacific

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/8/07 Westminster

Southern Utah leads, 3-0-0 10/11/07 Southern Utah 10/11/08 Southern Utah 9/16/09 Southern Utah

4-1

A

Great Falls

2-0

H

Northwest Nazarene

Westminster leads, 10-0-0 9/2/07 Westminster 10/27/07 Westminster 10/17/08 Westminster 10/26/08 Westminster 9/7/09 Westminster 10/24/09 Westminster 9/19/10 Westminster 10/23/10 Westminster 9/5/11 Westminster 10/23/11 Westminster

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

H A A H H A H A H A

Westminster leads, 1-0-1 9/5/07 Tie 8/24/10 Westminster

1-1 2ot 1-0 ot

2-0

H

2-0 3-0 2-1

A A H

2-0

A

2-1

A

2-1

H

2-1

N

The Master’s The Master’s leads, 1-0-0 9/18/09 The Master’s

Utah Valley

Northwood leads, 1-0-0 9/4/10 Northwood

2-1 ot

A

Oregon Tech Series tied, 0-0-1 9/28/08 Tie

2-2 2ot

H

Utah Valley leads, 3-0-0 8/12/09 Utah Valley 8/13/10 Utah Valley 8/15/11 Utah Valley

Warner Pacific Warner Pacific leads, 1-0-0 9/21/07 Warner Pacific

Point Loma Nazarene

Hawaii Pacific leads, 1-0-0 8/27/09 Hawaii Pacific

Series tied, 1-1-0 9/19/08 Point Loma Nazarene 9/10/10 Westminster

A

A A A

Northwood (Fla.)

Hawaii Pacific 2-0

H H

5-0 3-0 4-0

1-0 1-0

A H

Holy Names

Weber State Weber State leads, 1-0-0 8/21/09 Weber State

Rocky Mountain

Westminster leads, 2-0-0 10/18/09 Westminster 11/11/11 Westminster

4-1 (ot) 2-1

N H

Hope International Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/1/07 Westminster

1-0

H

Idaho State Series tied, 0-0-1 8/16/10 Tie

0-0 2ot

A

Kansas Wesleyan Westminster leads, 2-0-0 9/6/09 Westminster 9/16/11 Westminster

2-0 5-1

H H

Marymount

Rocky Mountain leads, 8-4-0 9/16/07 Westminster 10/26/07 Rocky Mountain 8/22/08 Rocky Mountain 10/16/08 Rocky Mountain 11/14/08 Rocky Mountain 10/3/09 Westminster 10/22/09 Rocky Mountain 11/13/09 Westminster 10/3/10 Rocky Mountain 10/21/10 Rocky Mountain 8/29/11 Westminster 10/15/11 Rocky Mouontain

3-0

H A H A N H A N H A H A

Westmont leads, 1-0-0 8/28/10 Westmont

William Carey William Carey leads, 1-0-0 9/9/11 William Carey

Saint Thomas (Fla.) St. Thomas leads, 1-0-0 9/6/10 St. Thomas

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 10/8/11 Westminster

Westmont 2-0 5-0 2-1 ot 2-0 1-0 2-1 2-1 ot 1-0 2-0 2-0 5-2 1-0

1-0 2ot

A

H

San Diego Christian Menlo

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 9/6/08 Westminster

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 10/20/07 Westminster

3-1

3-1

H

3-2

H

2-0

A

A

Sioux Falls Mills

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 8/24/08 Westminster

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 10/16/09 Westminster

5-1

A

Soka Minot State

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 10/30/11 Westminster

Westminster leads, 1-0-0 11/10/10 Westminster

1-0

N

Southern Oregon Mobile Mobile leads, 1-0-0 9/10/11 Mobile

(2ot) 5-4

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Southern Oregon leads, 1-0-1 9/26/08 Southern Oregn 9/23/11 Tie

1-0 (2ot) 0-0

A N

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2007

Oct. 19

at Carroll*

Oct. 26

Great Falls*

Nov. 14

vs. Rocky Mountain^

L

1-2

Sept. 26

at College of Idaho

W

3-0

Oct. 3

Rocky Mountain*

L

0-1

Oct. 5

#22 Carroll

W

2-1

Oct. 15

at Embry-Riddle (AZ)

W

2-1

Oct. 16

vs. Southwestern (AZ)

W

9-0

Oct. 21

at Rocky Mountain*

L

0-2

Oct. 23

at Great Falls*

W

1-0

Oct. 24

at #23 Carroll

L

1-3

Nov. 10

vs. Minot State^

W

1-0

Nov. 11

at #19 Carroll^

L

0-3

L

1-2

2009

W

1-0

L

0-2

9-8-1 (3-2 Frontier) Head Coach: Tony LeBlanc Aug. 25

vs College of the Southwest

W

8-0

Aug. 26

at Embry-Riddle (AZ)

W

4-1

Sept. 1

Hope International

W

1-0

Sept. 2

Great Falls*

W

4-0

Sept. 5

Northwest Nazarene

To2

1-1

Sept. 8

Northwest Christian

W

2-0

Sept. 9

The College of Idaho

L

0-2

Sept. 14

#17 Concordia

L

0-3

Sept. 16

Rocky Mountain*

W

2-0

Sept. 21

at Warner Pacific

L

0-2

Sept. 22

at Corban

Wot

3-2

Sept. 23

at Casacade

L

1-2

Oct. 11

at Southern Utah

L

0-5

Oct. 20

at Menlo

W

3-1

Oct. 21

at Cal State East Bay

L

0-3

Oct. 26

at Rocky Mountain*

L

0-5

Oct. 27

at Great Falls*

W

2-0

Oct. 28

at #7 Carroll*

L

1-5

2008

2011 9-10-1 (3-2-1 Frontier) Head Coach: Tony LeBlanc Aug. 12

at Utah Valley

L

0-2

Aug. 21

at Weber State

L

1-2

Aug. 27

at Hawaii Pacific

L

0-2

Aug. 29

at BYU-Hawaii

L

1-2

Aug. 30

at Chaminade University

W

4-1

Sept. 06

Kansas Wesleyan

W

2-0

Sept. 07

Great Falls*

W

2-0

12-7-2 (4-2 Frontier)

Sept. 11

#23 Embry-Riddle (AZ)

W

1-0

Head Coach: Tony LeBlanc

Sept. 12

College of Idaho

L

0-4

Aug. 15

Utah Valley

Sept. 16

at Southern Utah

L

0-4

Aug. 26

#5 Baker

Sept. 18

#15 The Master’s

L

0-2

Aug. 29

Rocky Mountain*

Sept. 20

#17 Carroll*

To2

0-0

Sept. 2

Biola

Oct. 03

Rocky Mountain*

W

2-1

Sept. 5

Great Falls*

Oct. 16

at Mills College

W

5-1

Sept. 9

vs. #7 William carey

Oct. 18

vs Holy Names

W

4-1

Sept. 10

vs. #22 Mobile

Oct. 22

at Rocky Mountain*

Lot

1-2

Sept. 16

#25 Kansas Wesleyan

W

5-1

Oct. 24

at Great Falls*

W

1-0

Sept. 18

College of Idaho

W

4-1

Oct. 25

at Carroll College*

Nov. 13

vs Rocky Mountain^

Nov. 14

at Carroll College^

Rocky Mountain*

Lot

1-2

W

3-2

Aug. 30 Sept. 1

at Fresno Pacific

L

1-4

at #22 Concordia

L

Sept. 5

0-1

Cascade

W

2-0

Sept. 6

San Diego Christian

W

3-1

Sept. 12

Dominican

W

2-1

Sept. 14

Embry-Riddle (AZ)

W

2-1

Sept. 19

at #12 Point Loma Nazarene

L

0-1

Sept. 21

at #9 Cal State San Marcos

L

0-3

Sept. 26

at Southern Oregon

L

0-1

Sept. 28

at Oregon Tech

To2

2-2

Oct. 7

Carroll*

L

0-1

Oct. 11

at Southern Utah

L

0-3

Oct. 16

at Rocky Mountain*

L

0-2

Oct. 17

at Great Falls*

W

4-2

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Wot

1-0

W

4-0

L

1-2

Lo2

4-5

1-2

Sept. 23

vs. Southern Oregon

To2

0-0

1-0

Sept. 25

at #5 Concordia (OR)

L

0-3

L

0-5

Oct. 1

#23 Carroll*

W

1-0

Oct. 8

Marymount

W

3-0

Oct. 15

at Rocky Mountain*

L

0-1

Oct. 22

at Carroll*

L

0-1

Oct. 23

at Great Falls*

W

2-0

Oct. 28

at #9 Cal State San Marcos

W

1-0

Oct. 30

at Soka

W

2-0

Nov. 11

Holy Names^

Wot

2-1

Nov. 12

Carroll^

To2

0-0

Nov. 19

at #8 Concordia (OR)#

L

0-1

Head Coach: Tony LeBlanc Sioux Falls

5-2

L

7-11-1 (2-4 Frontier) Aug. 22

2-1

W

W

2010

Aug. 24

Wo2

11-8-1 (3-3 Frontier) Head Coach: Tony LeBlanc Aug. 13

at Utah Valley

L

Aug. 16

at Idaho State

To2

0-3 0-0

Aug. 24

Northwest Nazarene

Wot

1-0

Aug. 28

Westmont

L

1-2

Sept. 4

at Northwood

Lot

1-2

Sept. 6

at. St. Thomas (FL)

Lo2

0-1

Sept. 10

#10 Point Loma Nazarene

W

1-0

Sept. 12

Embry-Riddle (AZ)

Sept. 19 Sept. 25

Wot

1-0

Great Falls*

W

2-0

vs. Eastern Oregon

W

3-0

*-Frontier Conference Games ^-Conference Tournament #-NAIA National Championships

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THE GAME PLAN. Committed student-athletes never truly lose the fire or get sports out of their systems. In the NAIA, there’s no reason to give up what you love. Our member colleges and universities give student-athletes the chance to compete and learn the ultimate benefits of teamwork and accomplishment. NAIA student-athletes experience what it means to be a championship-level competitor.

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SHAY WYATT Director of Athletics Seventh Year In September 2006, Shay Wyatt was hired as Director of Athletics at Westminster College. Under his guidance the intercollegiate athletic program has experienced unprecedented growth and success. Wyatt’s leadership has led to increases in the number of sports offered, enrollment, academic and athletic success, departmental budget, community service efforts amongst student-athletes, fundraising, corporate partners, ticket revenue, attendance at athletic events, coaches and support staff and strategic planning efforts for the Athletics Department. In addition, Westminster Athletics has experienced facility enhancements, improved eligibility and compliance processes, branding and website technologies, licensing and apparel agreements have been established and a student-athlete advisory committee and student fan group were formed. Wyatt has served on various institutional committees and is a member of the National Administrative ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION Committee of the NAIA which sets policy and procedures for the national Shay Wyatt....................Director of Athletics................................ 832.2344 organization.

ATHLETICS STAFF

Prior to Westminster College, Wyatt served as Director of Sports Marketing and Bruin Club at Salt Lake Community College in 2006. While only at SLCC for a short period of time, he secured the athletic department’s largest ever corporate sponsorship.

Dr. Chris Cline..............Faculty Athletics Rep............................... 832.2346 Josh Fisher.....................Info & Event Coordinator....................... 832.2890 Alyson Vander Steen.....Marketing & Events................................. 832.2333 Athletics Fax.................................................................................... 474.2511

SPORTS MEDICINE Rick Hackford...............Head Athletic Trainer.............................. 832.2355 Kirsten Astle..................Asst. Athletic Trainer............................... 832.2368 Sara Beaudry.................Asst. Athletic Trainer............................... 832.2360 Nathan Slaughter..........Asst. Athletic Trainer............................... 832.2367

From 2001-2006, Wyatt served as the Wildcat Club Executive Director at Weber State University. He was responsible for the development efforts for the athletics department including annual giving, major gifts, endowments, special events and donor relations. The Wildcat Club experienced an increase in annual giving totals each year Wyatt was at the helm, including a 17% increase in 2004. HEAD COACHES He was instrumental in securing more than $350,000 in football suites, club Sara Beaudry.................M&W Snowboard................................... 832.2360 Chris Dorich.................Men’s Soccer............................................ 832.2337 seating and basketball preferred seating. Wyatt made his way to Weber State via Utah Valley State College where he served as the Director of Development for Athletics from 1999-2001. He was responsible for creating the fund raising arm of the athletic department, serving as the first-ever development director at UVSC. In this role he defined all aspects of annual giving and major gift opportunities. Upon his arrival at UVSC he increased annual giving by 30% in his first year. He served as a member of the strategic planning committee, planning the college’s move from NJCAA to NCAA Division I. From 1995-1998, Wyatt served as the Athletic Events Coordinator at the University of Utah. He was responsible for all aspects of event and facility management. He served as Assistant Tournament Manager for the 1997 NCAA West Region First/Second Rounds Men’s Basketball Tournament. He represented the athletics department as a liaison for athletic facility renovation and construction projects including the $50 million dollar, 50,000-seat football stadium renovation of Rice-Eccles Stadium and several other facility construction projects totaling more than $4 million. A native of Murray, Utah, Wyatt attended Bethel College in Newton, Kansas where he was a letterman in football. He graduated in 1993 with a degree in health, physical education and recreation. He holds a Masters degree from Wichita State University in sports administration. Wyatt prepped locally at Murray High School (Utah.) He attended Cisco (Texas) JC and Snow (Utah) JC where he played football for both schools. Wyatt is married to the former Mickelle Marston. They have two sons Drew (8) and Jake (5).

Mason Goodhand........Men’s Lacrosse......................................... 832.2359 Niki Harding.................Women’s Lacrosse................................... 832.2865 Chris Hendrickson.......M&W Alpine Skiing / M&W Golf........... 832.2349 Adam Hiatt...................Men’s Basketball..................................... 832.2336 Shelley Jarrard...............Women’s Basketball................................ 832.2340 Tony LeBlanc.................Women’s Soccer...................................... 832.2328 Kim Norman.................Women’s Volleyball................................ 832.2343 Dan Quinn....................M&W Cross Country and Track............. 832.2334

ASSISTANT COACHES Zach Collard.................Men’s Basketball..................................... 832.2342 Elaine Elliott.................Women’s Basketball................................ 832.2335 Larry Ferdig...................Women’s Lacrosse................................... 832.2865 Annie Hawkins.............Women’s Soccer...................................... 832.2328 Brad Lavoie...................Men’s Lacrosse......................................... 832.2359 Dave Long.....................Men’s Basketball..................................... 832.2342 Jason Long....................Men’s Basketball..................................... 832.2342 Josh Maxfield................Men’s Soccer............................................ 832.2337 Jared Ocana...................M&W Track.............................................. 832.2334 Taylor Penrod................Women’s Cross Country & Track........... 832.2334 Catherine Serpe............Women’s Lacrosse................................... 832.2865 Brooke Shinaberry........Women’s Lacrosse................................... 832.2865 Candace Smith..............Women’s Basketball................................ 832.2335 Patrick Smyth................Men’s Cross Country & Track................. 832.2334 Rebecca Steel.................Women’s Volleyball................................ 832.2333 Sarah Swenson..............Women’s Soccer...................................... 832.2328 James Taylor..................Women’s Soccer...................................... 832.2328 Ryan Walcott.................Men’s Soccer............................................ 832.2337 Cameron Young............M&W Golf............................................... 832.2349 ALL AREA CODES ARE 801

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Kirsten Astle Assistant Athletic Trainer

Larry Ferdig

Women’s Lacrosse Assistant Coach

Chris Hendrickson

Sara Beaudry

Dr. Chris Cline

Zach Collard

Josh Fisher

Mason Goodhand

Rick Hackford Head Athletic Trainer

Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Adam Hiatt

Shelley Jarrard

Brad Lavoie

Tony LeBlanc

M&W Snowboard Head Coach Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sports Information Events Coordinator

Faculty Athletics Representative

Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Niki Harding

Annie Hawkins

Jason Long

Josh Maxfield Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Women’s Volleyball Head Coach

Kim Norman

Jared Ocana

Catherine Serpe

Brooke Shinaberry

Nathan Slaughter

Candace Smith Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Men’s Cross Country & Track Assistant Coach

Sarah Swenson

James Taylor

Alyson Vander Steen

Ryan Walcott

Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Women’s Lacrosse Assistant Coach

Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

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Assistant Athletic Trainer

Marketing & Events Intern

M&W Track Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Elaine Elliott

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Women’s Lacrosse Assistant Coach

Men’s Lacrosse Assistant Coach

Chris Dorich

M&W Alpine Skiing / M&W Golf Head Coach

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Taylor Penrod

Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Dave Long

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Dan Quinn

Women’s Cross Country & Track Assistant Coach

M&W Cross Country & Track Head Coach

Patrick Smyth

Rebecca Steel

Shay Wyatt

Cameron Young

Director of Athletics

Women’s Volleyball Assistant Coach

M&W Golf Assistant Coach

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BEHNKEN FIELD HOUSE

The Dolores Dore Eccles Heatlh, Wellness and Athletic Center is a three-story, 84,500-square-foot facility, completed in 2006, that houses Griffins Athletics and includes a swimming pool, full complement of fitness equipment, a weight room and exercise studio, and a technically challenging, 46-foot climbing wall. Above a field house that holds 1,200 spectators is a suspended running track with a high-tech surface and corner windows with views. The field house includes an athletic training room, locker rooms, team meeting rooms, coaches offices, and equipment storage space for our popular Griffin intercollegiate sports, including men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball.

PAYNE GYMNASIUM Payne Gymnasium houses the newly renovated Griffins strength and athletic training facilities, auxiliary basketball court, locker rooms, and offices for men’s and women’s lacrosse and men’s soccer. Built during the term of President Herbert W. Reherd (1913–1939), it was named after the president of the Board of Trustees and manager of the local J.C. Penney Company; groundbreaking was July 1928 and dedication January 11, 1929. Though the college worried that it was frivolous to spend money on a gymnasium, the facility, designed by architect Walter E. Ware, provided badly needed recreation for the school and groups in the entire Sugar House area. It was added to and remodeled in 1970 under President Manford Shaw (1968–1976), and has housed the basketball and volleyball programs, dances, speakers, luncheons, career fairs, orientations, and a variety of other cultural and social student events—including being the practice facility for the Utah Jazz from 1979 to May 1999.

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DUMKE FIELD

Dumke Field, on the site of the Dane Hansen Stadium, was opened October 2, 1949, by college president Robert D. Steele (1939–1952). It was a gift of the George Hansen family in memory of a son and brother, Lt. Dane Hansen, Class of 1940, who lost his life in World War II. Having had seating for 1,200 attendants, the stadium had been the college soccer and activities field, commencement green, and later a paved parking facility. In fall 2005, it was transformed into a parking structure, with an elevated artificial turf athletic field on top. This facility is now the home field for the Griffins men’s and women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse teams.

PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT

BONNEVILLE GOLF COURSE

SUGAR HOUSE PARK

Photo courtesy Park City Mountain Resort

OLYMPIC OVAL

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WESTMINSTER ATHLETICS

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BRIAN LEVIN-STANKEVICH President Dr. Brian L. Levin-Stankevich is Westminster College’s 17th president. President Levin-Stankevich was the chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire from 2006 through 2012. During his tenure, he initiated and led a broadly based strategic planning process and successfully moved new academic programs through the University of Wisconsin system. President Stankevich is the recipient of the 2011 President’s Award (NASPA) and the 2006 Regents Teaching Excellence Department Award. Prior to his Chancellorship at Eau Claire, he was interim president of Eastern Washington University. Dr. Levin-Stankevich holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Hamilton College and a Ph.D. from SUNY.

CID SEIDELMAN Provost Dr. Cid Seidelman joined Westminster in 1980 as an economics instructor and, after obtaining his PhD at the University of Utah, served as director of both the economics program and the MBA program. He served as dean of the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business for 13 years, and in 2005, having held the position of Interim Provost, Seidelman became Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. A native of Illinois, he received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Eastern Illinois University.

SUSAN HEATH Associate Provost Dr. Susan Heath is the Associate Provost for Student Development. She joined Westminster in 1985 as the Director of Counseling and Career Services after completing an internship at the University of Utah Counseling Center. Heath later served as Associate Dean and Dean of Students and Director of Academic and Career Development. A native of California, Heath earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Pomona College and a PhD in psychology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

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WESTMINSTER COLLEGE Westminster is a nationally recognized, comprehensive liberal arts college. With a broad array of graduate and undergraduate programs, Westminster is distinguished by its unique environment for learning. Westminster prepares students for success through active and engaged learning, real world experiences, and its vibrant campus community. Westminster’s unique location, adjacent to the Rocky Mountains and to the dynamic city of Salt Lake, further enriches the college experience. While we’re proud that Westminster is consistently ranked as a “Top Tier” college and recognized on the list of “Great Schools” by the U.S.News & World Report, and that Westminster was named “Best in the West” by the Princeton Review, we hope you’ll come to campus, whether you’re a high school student or one of our alumni, and experience the Westminster community for yourself.

ACADEMICS Westminster offers more than 70 academic programs, including 34 majors, from accounting and international business to nursing and sociology. The most popular majors are business, nursing, psychology, and education. In addition, the college offers a variety of minors and 10 graduate programs. About 95 percent of the students go to graduate school or are employed within six months of graduation. The nursing program has a 100 percent placement rate. In addition to Westminster’s successful outcomes, a Utah Foundation study found that Westminster graduates have among the highest starting salaries of any university graduates in the state. These high starting salaries were attributed in part to the fact that nearly 70 percent of students complete an internship before they graduate. Students choose Westminster College for many reasons, including our intense focus on individual students and their learning, the combination of liberal education and professional studies, our active learning experiences, dynamic campus environment, and the real world experiences we offer to ensure that our students are prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

HISTORY Westminster College has played a pivotal role in the educational heritage of the intermountain area. Founded in 1875 as the Salt Lake Collegiate Institute, a preparatory school, Westminster first offered college classes in 1897 as Sheldon Jackson College. Named in honor of its primary benefactor, Sheldon Jackson, the college operated for many years on the Collegiate Institute campus in downtown Salt lake City. Gradually the institute became identified as the college preparatory department, and high school classes continued to be an integral part of the curriculum until 1945. In 1902, college trustees adopted the new name, Westminster. Moving to its present location in 1911, Westminster became the first accredited two-year junior college in the intermountain area. In 1935 Westminster modified its curriculum to qualify as a four-year junior college and in 1949 became a four-year liberal arts institution offering baccalaureate degrees in the arts and sciences. Today Westminster exists as a fully independent, privately funded, nondenominational, comprehensive liberal arts institution of higher learning with selected graduate programs, meeting the West’s educational needs as it has since 1875.

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SALT LAKE CITY

Salt Lake is a city of unexpected surprises and brims with history, art, culture, entertainment and recreation - all in a beautiful location at the foot of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. Salt Lake combines the amenities of a large metro area with the opportunity to take advantage of year round outdoor recreation within minutes in every direction. An attractive, safe, and growing city, Salt Lake offers unequaled views, a thriving economy, exciting nightlife, remarkable history, the warm hospitality of a small western town, and *The Greatest Snow on Earth, TM*. Salt Lake is an incredible destination for patrons of the performing arts with: Ballet West, Utah Opera Company, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Repertory Dance Theatre, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, The Utah Symphony. Numerous theater groups and over twenty art galleries are within minutes of Salt Lake’s downtown hotels. Salt Lake is located in northern Utah and sits in a large valley between two mountain ranges, the Wasatch on the east side and the Oquirrhs to the west. Getting to Salt Lake has never been easier. All of the major airlines fly into Salt Lake, so you can get here in no time. Half of the U. S. population is located within a two and a half hour flight from Salt Lake and two major interstate highways, I-15 and I-80 intersect in Salt Lake City.

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GRIFFIN ATHLETICS The Westminster College Intercollegiate Athletics program is an integral part of campus life, serving more than 250 student-athletes annually. The athletics program has experienced both regional and national success over the years, with national championships, national tournament appearances, conference titles, All-Conference and AllAmerican academic and athletic honors. The athletic program has a rich tradition, storied history and many athletic alumni dating back to 1928. The Griffins athletic program consists of 15 varsity and club sport teams and is a member of the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) Division I level. Men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, women’s volleyball and women’s soccer compete in the Frontier Conference with schools from Montana and Idaho. Men’s soccer competes as an NAIA independent (no conference affiliation). Men’s lacrosse is a member of the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) and competes in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference (RMLC). Women’s lacrosse competes in the Rocky Mountain Women’s Lacrosse League which is part of U.S. Lacrosse and the Women’s Division Intercollegiate Associates. Men’s and women’s skiing and snowboarding compete in the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association. Alpine skiing competes as a member of the Grand Teton Conference.

ABOUT THE GRIFFIN CLUB The Griffin Club is a membership club established to ensure a quality experience for Griffin student-athletes by promoting a supportive relationship between the Westminster athletic program and alumni, faculty, staff, parents, friends and businesses. Griffin Club membership is open to anyone interested in giving financial support to Westminster Athletics. Monies raised through the Griffin Club provide financial support for our sport programs and allow Westminster to enhance the athletic program and overall student-athlete experience in ways that otherwise would not be possible. In addition to raising needed funds, the Griffin Club will provide information on the athletics program to it’s members, develop activities to bring members together in social setting’s and foster a positive enthusiasm that will reflect on the athletic program. Donors may designate 50% of their gift (non-scholarship) to a specific sport of your choosing, while the remaining 50% of your gift will be designated to the general athletic fund to provide needed funding to positively impact the entire athletic program. If desired, members also have the option of earmarking their gift for athletic scholarships to be used for incoming freshman or transfer student-athletes (all scholarship gifts will go to the athletic scholarship fund - see membership application for more details.)

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Depending on your level of giving, Griffin Club members will receive a Griffin sports pass, electronic media guides and newsletters, which includes a calendar of events, news and features on Griffin athletics, invites to special events, 10% discount at the bookstore, donor recognition, Athletic Directors annual luncheon and special appreciation gift. Benefits will take affect July 1, 2009.

METHODS OF GIVING •Cash Gifts: Cash is always a great way to give and is generally 100% deductible with the IRS depending upon your personal circumstances. •Credit Card: You may make a one-time gift to the college on your credit card, or charge a monthly donation. As with all financial records held by the college, your credit card information is kept confidential. •Payroll Deductions: Payroll deductions are a convenient way for Westminster College employees to contribute to the Griffin Club. •Corporate Giving: Through most of its history, Westminster has worked closely with corporations through a variety of partnerships that have benefited the students, faculty and community. By making gifts to Westminster, corporations strengthen their relationship with emerging talent, support departments engaged in programs related to their interests, introduce their companies and their products to future users and consumers, and support and encourage the philanthropy of their employees. •Matching Gifts: Many companies offer matching gift programs that allow their employees to effectively match, double, or triple their gifts to Westminster. Contact your employer to find out your company’s matching gift policy or our Annual Giving office for more information. •Gifts-in-Kind: Gifts of product, merchandise, equipment or services are often provided in support of the Athletic Department to help offset expenses. •Capital Gifts: These gifts are used for athletic facility enhancements, upgrades and/or new construction projects. •Real Estate: Several approaches are available for gifts of real estate, and donors are usually entitled to an income tax deduction. Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement for information if you are considering a real estate gift. •Memorial Gifts: You may make a memorial gift to Westminster in honor of a loved one, a favorite professor, or to commemorate a significant event such as a child’s graduation. •Stocks & Securities: Stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and other securities given to the college may provide a considerable savings in capital gains taxes for the donor. Arrangements for your gift can be made between your broker and Westminster’s Vice President of Financial Affairs. •Planned Gifts: Many friends and alumni choose to contribute to Westminster College by remembering the college in their will or estate plan. These planned gifts can provide for student scholarships, capital projects, and endowment growth. Donors may benefit from planned gifts by receiving tax benefits including reduction in income tax, capital gain tax, or estate tax. Contact Shay Wyatt in the Athletic Department (801) 832-2344 or Lynn Heinlein in the Office of Advancement (801) 832-2745 for information on any of these giving options.

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2012 HOME SCHEDULE Aug. 24 • 12:00 p.m. vs. Avila

Sept. 16 • 2:00 p.m. vs. Hope International

Aug. 26 • 4:30 p.m. vs. College of Idaho

Oct. 5 • 12:00 p.m. vs. Cal State San Marcos

Sept. 1 • 12:00 p.m. vs. Doane

Oct. 8 • 3:30 p.m. vs. Carroll

Sept. 3 • 2:30 p.m. vs. Great Falls

Oct. 14 • 11:30 a.m. vs. Rocky Mountain

Sept. 14 • 2:00 p.m. vs. York

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