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Table of Contents Team Information

2010 Schedule....................................... Back Cover Quick Facts..................................................................2

Coaching Staff

Tim Crompton...........................................................4 Meagan Thunell........................................................6 Tom VudhiVadhana.................................................7 Eric Hohn.....................................................................8

Alyssa Amano......................................................... 58 Kersey Davis............................................................ 59 Maria Dore............................................................... 60 Bailey Eames........................................................... 61 Hannah Marble...................................................... 62 Mara Rabin............................................................... 63 Chelsea Wallis......................................................... 64

Opponents

Non-conference Opponents............................. 66 Big Sky Opponents............................................... 68

2010 Outlook

2010 Outlook.......................................................... 10 2010 Rosters............................................................ 12

2009 Review

2009 Statistics......................................................... 16 2009 Game Results............................................... 17

Players

Alyssa Toomey........................................................ 26 Jessie Baddley......................................................... 28 Emily Freshman...................................................... 30 Kylie Johnson.......................................................... 32 Nicole Moore........................................................... 34 Linidsay Ortgiesen................................................ 36 Kierstin Raught....................................................... 38 Collette Simmons.................................................. 40 Roxanne Tebbs....................................................... 42 Ari Wood................................................................... 44 Victoria Anderson.................................................. 46 Tianna Woodhead................................................. 48 Alyson Hansen........................................................ 50 Kirsten Anderson................................................... 51 Ryann Waldman..................................................... 52 Sarah Mager............................................................ 53 Erica Sims................................................................. 54 Hillary Anger........................................................... 55 Canada Clawson.................................................... 56 Felicia Sortor........................................................... 57 WeberStateSports.com

History and Records

All-Time Results...................................................... 76 Records vs. All Opponents................................. 80 All-Time Records In/When.................................. 81 Team Season Records.......................................... 82 Team Single Match Records............................... 84 50 Point Club........................................................... 85 15 Goal/Assist Clubs............................................. 86 Individual Career Leaders................................... 87 Individual Season Records................................. 88 Freshman Season Records................................. 90 Individual Single Match Records..................... 92 WSU Soccer Milestones....................................... 95 WSU in the Big Sky Record Book...................... 96 National Academic Honors..............................101 All-Time Roster.....................................................102 All-Time Uniform Numbers..............................104

University and Conference Info

About WSU............................................................108 Fast Facts................................................................109 Why WSU?..............................................................110 Athletic Facilities..................................................112 Housing...................................................................117 Athletic Training...................................................118 Administration and Support Staff.................119 Media Relations/Print Media...........................121 The Big Sky Conference....................................122 Ogden and Utah..................................................124

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Quick Facts

Coaching Staff

Location......................................Ogden, UT

Head Coach......................... Tim Crompton

.................. (35 miles north of Salt Lake City)

Alma Mater.................. Weber State, 1996

Founded................... 1889 (Four-year 1962)

Record at WSU (Six Years).........53-52-12

Enrollment....................................... 18,300

Soccer Office Phone........(801) 626-8078

President.........................Dr. F. Ann Millner

Assistant Coach................ Meagan Thunell

Affiliation...........................NCAA Division I

Conference...................................... Big Sky

Assistant Coach.......... Tom VudhiVadhana

Athletic Director......................Jerry Bovee

Head Soccer Trainer............... Lora Cobabe

..............................................(801) 626-6817

Strength & Conditioning............ Eric Hohn

Phone...................................(801) 626-7291

Assoc. AD/SWA....................... Amy Crosbie NCAA Faculty Rep............. Dr. Craig Oberg

Media Relations Information

Nickname...................................... Wildcats

Ast. AD/Media Relations........ Brad Larsen

Colors.............................. Purple and White

Ast. Media Relations Dir. (Soccer Contact)... ................................................ Darin Hogge

Team Information

E-Mail................ dhogge@weber.edu

2009 Record......................................6-12-0

Office Phone..............(801) 626-6012

2009 Conf. Record/Finish.........2-5-0/T-7th

Fax..............................(801) 626-6490

2009 Postseason................................ None

Web Site........www.weberstatesports.com

Starters Returning/Lost..............................

Address................... 2702 University Circle

Letterwinners Ret./Lost...............................

Weber State University,

Home Field.................Wildcat Soccer Field

Ogden UT 84408-2702

Capacity.............................................. 2,000

CREDITS Cover art work by Darin Hogge, WSU Media Relations Department. Cover photos by Robert Casey and Freddie Lacey. Action photos by Robert Casey. Player portraits and team photo by Robert Casey. The 2010 WSU Women’s Soccer Guide was designed, written and edited by Darin Hogge, WSU Media Relations Department. For further information, contact the WSU SID Office: 2702 University Circle, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah 84408 Phone: (801) 626-6012.

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Coaching Staff

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Tim Crompton Head Coach

Coach Crompton enters his seventh season as head coach of the Wildcats after taking over for co-head coaches Lynn Kofoed and Tom VudhiVadhana in the summer of 2004. Crompton led the Wildcats to the Big Sky Conference championship each of his first two years, and he was honored with the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year award both seasons. In Crompton’s inaugural season as head coach, he guided WSU to the program’s second Big Sky Championship and to its first-ever berth in the NCAA College Cup. The ‘Cats finished the season at 8-10-2 overall. After finishing the Big Sky regular season in fourth place at 2-2-2, the ‘Cats posted two shutouts to knock off Portland State and Montana and claim the Big Sky tournament title. The postseason run ended with a 3-0 loss in the NCAA First Round. In that match, WSU fell to fifth-ranked Portland on the Pilots’ home turf. In 2005, the Wildcats won their second-straight conference title, posting the third-best record in school history. The ‘Cats also advanced to the second round of the NCAA College Cup with a shootout win over Brigham Young, and narrowly missed advancing to the Sweet 16, falling to Arizona 1-0 in the second round. After dueling to a 1-1 draw over 120 minutes of play, the Wildcats defeated the Cougars with a 4-3 edge in penalty kicks for the program’s first-ever College Cup win. In 2008, the Wildcats claimed the Big Sky regular season championship with a 5-2 conference record (9-10-2 overall). WSU extended its streak of Big Sky postseason appearances to six-straight years and made it four-straight years of finishing in the top two in the league standings. The ‘Cats fell to Northern Arizona in the conference title game. Under Crompton’s charge, the Wildcats have posted a 47-40-12 overall record and have won over 64 percent of their Big Sky Conference games (24-12-5, .646), counting postseason play. Crompton spent one season as an assistant coach with the Weber State women’s soccer program prior to becoming head coach. Over the three years prior to joining the Weber State staff, he was the head coach of the WSU men’s club soccer program and guided them to the 2002 National Club Championship. In both 2000 and 2001, his teams also finished in the top-10 nationally. Crompton is also a former WSU club soccer player. He was a four-year captain, leading the Wildcats to three National Club Championships, in 1992, 1994, and 1995. In 1993, his team finished as runners-up. Following his college career, Crompton went on to play one year with the Las Vegas Quicksilver Professional Team. Tim’s previous coaching experience also includes five years as head coach at Fremont

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High School, seven years as an assistant at Ogden High School, and two years as an assistant with the WSU men’s club soccer team. He has also served as the president of the Advantage Soccer Club and as WSU’s Head Soccer Instructor of the National Youth Sports Program. Crompton graduated from Weber State in 1996 with a degree in Physical Education and Coaching and currently holds a United States Soccer Federation National “A” License. Tim and his wife Dani have a 16-year-old daughter, Chansi, and a 12-year-old son, Rhees.

Coach Crompton’s Career File Year Overall Record Big Sky Record / Finish 2004 8-10-2 (.450) 2-2-2 (.500) / 4th 2005 14-5-2 (.714) 5-1-0 (.833) / 1st 2006 9-7-3 (.553) 4-2-1 (.643) / T-2nd 2007 7-8-3 (.472) 3-2-2 (.571) / 2nd 2008 9-10-2 (.476) 5-2-0 (.714) / 1st 2009 6-12-0 (.333) 2-5-0 (286) / t-6th Totals 53-52-12 (.504) 21-14-5 (.588)

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Postseason Results Big Sky Champions/ NCAA First Round Big Sky Champions/ NCAA Second Round Big Sky Semi-Finals Big Sky Semi-Finals Big Sky Runner-Ups None 5-5-1 (.500)

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Meagan Thunell

Assistant Coach/Goalkeeper Coach Meagan enters her sixth season as an assistant with the Wildcat soccer program. Over her five seasons, Wildcat goalkeepers have posted a combined 1.18 Goals Against Average and she has had two goalkeepers (Kandice Golar and Rebecca Ritchie) that have earned All-Conference honors. Ritchie earned Big Sky Defensive MVP honors in 2008 under Thunell’s coaching. Meagan was a standout player on the WSU soccer team from 1998 to 2001. She was a four-year starter at goalkeeper and left the program as the top keeper in school history. Over her career, she posted a 1.51 Goals Against Average, 411 saves, and 19.5 shutouts. She is the all-time career leader in saves and shutouts. She also owns the WSU individual season records for least goals allowed (7), GAA (0.41) and shutouts (9.5) and she owns the top three spots on the individual season saves list (130 in 2000, 112 in 1998, and 105 in 1999). Meagan also owns the WSU record for Consecutive Scoreless Minutes at 490 minutes, 34 seconds. The streak spanned seven games in 1999. She also posted a streak of 421:38 scoreless minutes over five games in 1998, which is third on the WSU list. Thunell helped lead the Wildcats to the program’s first-ever Big Sky Conference Championship in 1998. Her GAA of 0.413 ranked fourth in the nation that season. Meagan is the only four-year Wildcat to be named to an All-Big Sky team all four years. She was an All-Big Sky First Team selection in 1998, 1999 and 2001, while making the Second Team in 2000. She was named the 1998 Big Sky Newcomer of the Year and was a Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Third Team selection. Meagan graduated from WSU in 2001 with a degree in English and Spanish Teaching. She spent the 2004 season as the head coach of the Mountain Crest High School girl’s soccer team after being an assistant coach with the program for two years. The Mustangs were Region champions all three years.

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Tom VudhiVadhana Assistant Coach

Tom enters his seventh season as an assistant coach on the Wildcat staff after spending eight years as co-head coach of the team with Lynn Kofoed. Tom has been with the program since its inception in 1996. As co-head coaches, the duo of Kofoed and VudhiVadhana compiled a 72-68-10 record, three Big Sky regular season championships and one Big Sky postseason championship. The pair started at WSU for the school’s inaugural season of soccer in 1996 with a group composed mostly of former WSU club soccer players and produced an impressive 7-7-2 first-year record. Over the next few years, the two raised the bar for Weber State soccer, creating a program that has been one of the most dominant programs in the Big Sky Conference nearly every year. During the pair’s tenure, WSU recorded a Big Sky record of 29-15-1 (.659 winning percentage). In the program’s sophomore season, Tom and Lynn coached the 1997 team to a ninegame improvement and a second place finish at the first-ever Big Sky Championship. One year later they were the conference regular season champions and defeated the defending conference champion Montana Grizzlies in a 2-1 double overtime thriller for the school’s first Big Sky Championship. In 2001, the Wildcats added another regular season title to the coaches’ list of accomplishments, going 6-0-0 in Big Sky play, but were upset in the conference championship game by Idaho State. In 2003, the Wildcats gave up only a single goal in conference play as they went 4-11 and earned another Big Sky regular season title. The team fell in the Big Sky semi-finals 1-0 to Montana. Kofoed and VudhiVadhana were awarded their third Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year award in 2003. The duo also won the honor in back-to-back years in 1997 and 1998. Before being named co-head coach at Weber State, Coach VudhiVadhana was WSU’s women’s soccer club head coach from 1993 to 1996 and compiled a threeyear record of 63-11-1. In 1993, his club placed third in regionals and went on the WeberStateSports.com

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next year to win the National Club Soccer Association title. In 1995, his club won the regional title and placed third at nationals. VudhiVadhana also coached the men’s soccer club team at Weber State from 1986-1991. He was the boys soccer coach at Bonneville High School in Ogden for 10 years, winning the Region 1 Championship six times, with four of those seasons going undefeated in region play. The Lakers were State runners-up twice in that period. He has been associated with AYSO soccer for 30 plus years as a coach and referee. A native of Bangkok, Thailand, VudhiVadhana’s Christian College High School team won the Thailand national championship in 1963. VudhiVadhana received an A.S. degree from Grossman College in San Diego in 1970 and attended Weber State from 1972-74. He is the father of four girls. One of his daughters, Deborah, played for the Wildcat soccer program during the 1999 and 2000 seasons.

Eric Hohn

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Eric Hohn joined the staff in April of 1998 as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Weber State University Athletic Department. He supervises the strength and conditioning routines of all WSU student-athletes. During his tenure at WSU, he has coached NFL draftees Cam Quayle, Anthony Parker, Scott Shields, Pat & Paul McQuistan and David Hale as well as NBA player Lance Allred. A native of Downey, California, Hohn graduated from Warren High in 1977 and attended the University of Oregon where he earned a B.S. degree in Physical Education. He later earned a Master’s degree from the University of South Carolina in Physical Education as well. He spent four seasons as the Assistant Strength Coach at the University of Washington, working with NFL standouts such as Mark Brunell and Lincoln Kennedy. While at UW, the Huskies appeared in three straight bowl games. He left Washington to become the Head Strength Coach at the University of CaliforniaBerkeley for six seasons and went to three bowl games with the Bears. Some of Hohn’s pupils at Cal included six NFL first-round draft choices: Sean Dawkins, Todd Steussi, Regan Upshaw, Tony Gonzalez, and Hardy Nickerson. He also oversaw the strength and conditioning programs of eventual NBA stars, Jason Kidd, Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Ed Gray, and Lamond Murray. Hohn is an avid hiker who has scaled Mt. Kilamanjaro in Africa, the Andes of South America, and to the base camp of Mt. Everest.

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Rosters, Stats & 2010 Outlook

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2010 Season Preview The 2010 Wildcats enter this season looking to rebound from an off year in 2009. A year ago, the Wildcats were picked to win the Big Sky Conference as they were coming off the 2008 conference title.

the bench on the top line for the ‘Cats. Kierstin Raught, Kylie Johnson, Tianna Woodhead and Sarah Mager are all returners who will see time at the forward positions. Jessie Baddley

The loss of a strong group of seniors from ‘08, including 2008 Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year Hayley McCoy, left the Wildcats with the task of integrating a group of transfers and incoming freshmen to the core that remained. The team did not gel as hoped, and despite a 4-0 start that included a road win over nationally-ranked Utah, the Wildcats slumped to a 6-12-0 finish and missed the conference postseason for the first time in seven years. This year, the Wildcats will not face the same expectations, as they were selected fourth in the annual preseason poll behind Northern Arizona, Sacramento State and Portland State. The Wildcats return their top five scorers and 87 percent of the team’s offensive production, and thus will have the bulk of the offense returning with another year of seasoning. The defense is a different story, however, as the Wildcats lost three starters on the back line, including 2008 Big Sky Defensive MVP Rebecca Ritchie, who was a four-year starter at goalkeeper. The Forwards 2008 leading scorer Jessie Baddley, a junior who transferred in from Santa Clara prior to last season, should again be the go-to scorer for the Wildcats and the focal point for opposing defenses. Baddley scored 14 points a year ago, leading the team in both goals with four and assists with six.

The Midfield Junior Ari Wood returns to anchor the midfield from one of the central positions. She was second on the team in scoring a year ago, tallying three times and adding a pair of assists for a total of eight points. Roxy Tebbs will again man the attacking center midfield position. in 2009, Tebbs scored four points on a pair of goals after transferring from Utah in the offseason. Raught, who scored three goals as a freshman but went scoreless last year, should be a consistent starter on the outside.

Expected to join Baddley up top in the starting lineup will be incoming freshman Felicia Sortor.

Emily Freshman, Johnson, Woodhead and Mager will also see a good deal of time in the midfield, while incoming freshmen Kersey Davis and Alyssa Amano could see some time off the bench.

Junior Nicole Moore joined scored five points on a goal and three assists last year, and should again be one of the first players off

The Defense The defensive line for the Wildcats will have

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to be rebuilt after several key graduations last year. Gone are starters Shannon Thompson, Lindsay Griffin, Teresa Holt and Maggie Bartel, who were all either full- or part-time starters. The lone starter returning on the back line is Alyssa Toomey. Toomey, who transferred with Tebbs from Utah a year ago, is also the lone senior on the team in 2010. Alyssa Toomey

came in the net as four-year starter and former conference Defensive MVP Rebecca Ritchie is gone from the lineup. Ritchie played every minute for the Wildcats last year and leaves the team as the program’s all-time leader in Goals Against Average and Shutouts. She also finished her career second on the all-time list in Wins and Saves. Red-shirt freshman Ryann Waldman is expected to take Ritchie’s place in the starting lineup, but she could see competition from Alyson Hansen, who has been Ritchie’s main backup the past two years. The Schedule The 2010 schedule is loaded with a tough preseason, which will provide a stern test for the Wildcats as they prepare for Big Sky play. The ‘Cats will play 10 times at home overall, which is the most in school history. Weber State will host two members of the Pac-10 in Washington State and Oregon State. The ‘Cats will also bring in St. Mary’s of the West Coast Conference and in-state rival Utah.

Lindsay Ortgiesen is expected to drop from her role as a reserve central midfielder to take over for Holt at the sweeper position. Collette Simmons, who started eight times at outside midfielder a year ago, will likewise drop to the defense, assuming a starting spot on the outside. Incoming freshman Bailey Eames is expected to claim the starting spot in front of Ortgiesen. Victoria Anderson, who started eight times last year, can play either on the outside or in the central defense, and will likely be the top defender off the bench for the Wildcats. Freshman Chelsea Wallis should also see time as a reserve defender. Goalkeepers The biggest loss for the Wildcats last year WeberStateSports.com

The Wildcats will kick off the regular season against Utah State in a neutral-field match at Real Salt Lake’s Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. On the road, the ‘Cats will face Brigham Young, Cal Poly, UC Santa Barbara and Air Force. While at the Air Force Academy, WSU will also face UNLV as part of the Falcon Invitational tournament. The Big Sky Conference schedule lines up well for the Wildcats as they open with Northern Colorado and Northern Arizona. Both teams are expected to be strong players in the league, with NAU picked to win the conference in the preseason poll. The Wildcats will also get Portland State and Idaho State at home, while traveling to Montana and Eastern Washington. The team’s biggest challenge on the road in league play will be Sacramento State.

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WEBER STATE NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 00 Hillary Anger

Pos. Ht.

Exp. Year Hometown

Previous School

F

5-7

RS

Fr

North Ogden, UT

Weber HS

5-8

1VL

So

Sandy, UT

Jordan HS

0

Kirsten Anderson

GK

1

Alyson Hansen

GK

5-4

1VL

Jr

Orem, UT

Orem HS

2

Alyssa Amano

MF

5-6

HS

Fr

Layton, UT

Layton HS

3

Victoria Anderson

D

5-3

1VL

So

West Bountiful, UT

4

Kersey Davis

F/MF 5-8

HS

Fr

Henefer, UT

5

Hannah Marble

MF 5-10

HS

Fr

West Bountiful, UT

Bountiful HS

6

Ari Wood

MF

5-7

2VL

Jr

Bountiful, UT

Bountiful HS

7

Lindsay Ortgiesen

D/MF 5-5

2VL

Jr

Riverdale, UT

8

Alyssa Toomey

1VL

Sr

Layton, UT

9

Sarah Mager

10 Jessie Baddley 11 Felicia Sortor 12 Kylie Johnson

MF

5-7

MF/F 5-8

RS

Fr

Kaysville, UT

1VL

Jr

Ogden, UT

5-5

HS

Fr

Syracuse, UT

F/MF 5-3

2VL

Jr

North Ogden, UT

F

5-6

F

Viewmont HS Morgan HS

Bonneville HS Univ. of Utah Roy HS Santa Clara Univ. Syracuse HS Weber HS

13 Nicole Moore

F

5-5

TR

So

Clearfield, UT

14 Bailey Eames

D

5-4

HS

Fr

Layton, UT

Davis HS

MF

5-7

2VL

Jr

Ogden, UT

Bonneville HS

F/MF 5-4

2VL

Jr

Layton, UT

Northridge HS

15 Emily Freshman 16 Kierstin Raught 17 Roxanne Tebbs 19 Collette Simmons

5-4

1VL

Jr

Farmington, UT

D/MF 5-5

MF

2VL

So

Farmington, UT

Univ. of San Francisco

Univ. of Utah Davis HS

21 Erica Sims

D

5-8

RS

Fr

Layton, UT

Northridge HS

22 Canada Clawson

F

5-6

JC

Jr

Holladay, UT

23 Mara Rabin

D

5-6

HS

Fr

Park City, UT

25 Chelsea Wallis

D

5-10

HS

Fr

Centerville, UT

Viewmont HS

26 Maria Dore

MF

5-5

HS

Fr

Clinton, UT

Clearfield HS

27 Tianna Woodhead

MF

5-5

HS

Fr

Roy, UT

Roy HS

41 Ryann Waldman

GK

5-5

HS

Fr

Milton, WA

Fife HS

Iowa Western CC Park City HS

Head Coach: Tim Crompton (Seventh Season) (Weber State ‘96) Assistant Coach/Goalkeepers: Meagan Thunell (Sixth Season) (Weber State ‘01) Assistant Coach: Tom VudhiVadhana (15th season) (Grossman College ‘70) Head Soccer Trainer: Lora Cobabe Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Eric Hohn

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WEBER STATE ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name

Pos.

Pronunciation

Birthdate

Last Club Team

2

Alyssa Amano

MF

12/13/1991

Wasatch

0

Kirsten Anderson

GK

04/21/1990

Celtic Storm

3

Victoria Anderson

D

04/03/1990

Utah Rush

00 Hillary Anger

F

01/19/1991

Utah Avalanche

10 Jessie Baddley

F

02/27/1989

Celtic Storm

22 Canada Clawson

F

4

Kersey Davis

26 Maria Dore 14 Bailey Eames 15 Emily Freshman 1

N/A

F/MF

10/18/1991

La Roca

MF

12/21/1991

La Roca

05/01/1992

La Roca

MF

05/08/1990

La Roca Celtic Storm

D

EEMS

Alyson Hansen

GK

06/19/1990

12 Kylie Johnnson

F/MF

12/18/1988

La Roca

9

Sarah Mager

F/MF

05/04/1991

United Front

5

Hannah Marble

MF/F

09/24/1991

N/A

F

06/10/1990

N/A

05/16/1990

Utah Rush

13 Nicole Moore 7

Lindsay Ortgiesen

23 Mara Rabin 16 Kierstin Raught 19 Collette Simmons 21 Erica Sims 11

Felicia Sortor

MF/D

MAJOR

Ort-GEE-sen

D F/MF

KEER-stin

02/04/1992

Black Diamond

10/05/1990

Utah Avalanche

MF

09/08/1989

La Roca

D

11/27/1990

United Front

F

07/13/1992

La Roca

17 Roxanne Tebbs

MF

09/17/1990

N/A

8

MF

06/05/1990

Celtic Storm

GK

11/20/1990

Norpoint FC

Alyssa Toomey

41 Ryann Waldman 25 Chelsea Wallis 6

Ari Wood

27 Tianna Woodhead

RY-un

D

12/11/1991

N/A

MF

AH-ree

12/07/1989

Utah Rush

MF

TEE-ahn-a

02/07/1991

Utah Avalanche

Coaching Staff Pronunciations:

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Thunell (Tun-ELL),

VudhiVadhana (Woo-dee-WAD-taw-nuh)

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Projected Lineup

41 Ryann Waldman

7

19

8

Lindsay Ortgiesen

Collette Simmons

Alyssa Toomey

14 Bailey Eames

16

15

6

Kierstin Raught

Emily Freshman

Ari Wood

17 Roxy Tebbs

11 Felicia Sortor

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State Roster Breakdown UTAH: (26)

Hannah Marble, Ari Wood (Bountiful) Chelsea Wallis (Centerville) Nicole Moore (Clearfield) Maria Dore (Clinton) Collette Simmons, Roxanne Tebbs (Farmington) Canada Clawson (Holladay) Sarah Mager (Kaysville) Alyssa Amano, Bailey Eames, Kierstin Raught, Erica Sims, Alyssa Toomey (Layton) Kersey Davis (Morgan) Hillary Anger, Kylie Johnson (North Ogden) Jessie Baddley, Emily Freshman (Ogden) Alyson Hansen (Orem) Mara Rabin (Park City) Lindsay Ortgiesen (Riverdale) Tianna Woodhead (Roy) Kirsten Anderson (Sandy) Felicia Sortor (Syracuse) Victoria Anderson (West Bountiful) WASHINGTON: (1) Ryann Waldman (Milton)

Class Roster Breakdown SENIORS: (1)

Alyssa Toomey

JUNIORS: (10)

Jessie Baddley Emily Freshman Nicole Moore Kierstin Raught Roxanne Tebbs

SOPHOMORES: (12) Alyson Hansen

RS-FRESHMEN: (4)

FRESHMEN: (6)

Canada Clawson Kylie Johnson Lindsay Ortgiesen Collette Simmons Ari Wood

Kirsten Anderson fgPaige Siekiera

Victoria Anderson

Hillary Anger Samantha Burnett Tianna Woodhead

Sarah Mager Erica Sims Ryann Waldman

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2 .2631-3 2 1 20-0 1-3 19 Nicole Collette Simmons 3.0550-0 71 1 .6030-0 6 0-0 1 0-0 18-18 318-18 85218-8 .5 1.11.5.111 Wood ri Wood 613 Ari Wood 318-18 221981 38..1121 2 .1512 40 .31843.59512 21 174.1530710-0 070-0 oore Moore 14-3 18-18 1 2 33 14-3 14313321 66712 5.212 6.570-0 13 Nicole Moore 56 1 .5150-0 6 0-0 1 0-0 ns 18-8 318-8 64014-3 ette ollette Simmons 19 Simmons Collette Simmons 318-8 011 0 .24773 .7 32673.23 11 71.1300-0 bs 17 Roxy Tebbs 15-15 18-8 2 0 03 15-15 2362 36..0211 87071311 30.6 475367.08.6.172397.6631360-0 7.1110-0 4.630-0 17 Roxy Tebbs 15-15 2 0 4 23 . 0 8 7 7 . 3 0 4 1 0-0 Nicole ole Moore Moore 13 Nicole Moore 14-3 14-3 1 1 14-3 3 3 5 1 5 9 3 9 . 1 1 . 1 1 5 1 1 5 9 5 . 5 . 1 5 1 . 6 5 1 5 6 1 5 1 0-0 . 5 5 0-0 6 1 0-0 14-3 1 3 5 9 . 1 1 1 5 . 5 5 6 1 0-0 binson 4 Kelly Robinson 18-12 1 2 18-12 4 21 1 .0428 48 .21 381 .0480 0-0 8 .381 0 0-0 4 Abby KellyTebbs Robinson 84 1 .3180-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 yoxy Tebbs Tebbs 17 Roxy 215-15 023741 24..1023 0 .02682 .7 70487.875.3 23 008.4371040-0 78.1850-0 15-1515-6 15-15 215-15 42018-12 binson 22 Robinson 1 0 02 15-6 48031723 774047.14.3.1321 6.0140-0 7.300-0 yelly Robinson Robinson 422 Kelly Robinson 18-12 18-12 2 1 118-12 215-6 221 4 14.021 21 2 .040 .8 80448 .3 21 82818 .3.0874.138081 .1040-0 830 0-0 .380-0 1 057 0-0 1 Abby Robinson 1 6 . 8 0-0 18-12 1 4 4 8 Ortgiesen 7 Lindsay Ortgiesen 16-1 0 1 16-11 9 0 .0010 1 .1911 .000 0-0 1 .111 0 0-0 bybby Robinson Robinson 22 Abby Robinson 15-6 15-6 1 115-6 0 7 2 12.1470 07 .141 .31243 67 6 .8.154.78357 .0100-0 6 1 0-0 .850-0 7 1 1 0-0 0 7 Lindsay Lindsay Ortgiesen 0-0 15-6 21016-1 Griffin 23 Griffin 16-5 1 0 0 1 16-5 2 0 .00103 10 6 .020.80157.000 9 1 0-0 0 0.000 1 0 .110-0 dsay indsay Ortgiesen 723 Ortgiesen Lindsay Ortgiesen 16-1 16-1 0 0 16-1 1 1 1 0 1 9 1 9 . 0 0 . 0 0 1 0 0 1 9 1 . 1 . 0 1 0 . 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0-0 . 1 1 0-0 1 000 0-0 0 Lindsay Griffin 16-5 0 1 1 2 . 0 0 0 0 . 0 0-0 en 16-1 0 1 1 9 . 0 0 0 1 . 1 1 1 0 0-0 Bartel 26 Maggie Bartel 17-11 16-5 0 00 17-11 01 11910 01.0020 12 .0070.00100.19 368 .000000.000000-0 7 00 .0360-0 8 0 0 00-0 0-0 dsay indsay Griffin 23 Griffin Lindsay Griffin 16-5 016-5 26 Maggie16-5 Bartel 00 60.0002000.00.0.019 0 0.000-0 7 0 .360-0 8 0 0-0 0 0 1 0 18-7 1017-11 2 .000000 0 6.000-0 Wood 16 Kierstin 18-7 17-11 Maggie ggie Bartel 26 Bartel Maggie Wood Bartel 17-11 0 017-11 0 01000 00.019 19 0 .0060.00000.10 19 7 7 .3.060.830680-0 07 .0600-0 .360-0 8 0 0-0 16 Emily Kierstin Wood 0 .250.30068.00010 0 0-0 .000.200 6 0 .600-0 0 0 0-0 17-11 018-7 00018-7 shman 15 Freshman 17-11 18-7 0 0 00 17-11 0000010 stin ierstin Wood 16 Wood Kierstin Wood 018-7 019500 00..0010 0 .0010.7 00000 10 6 6 .6.000.060001 00-0 6 0 0-0 .600-0 0 0 0-0 15 Shannon Emily Freshman 0 0 .333.63000.000 5 0 0-0 .000.333 1 0 .200-0 0 0 0-0 18-7 017-11 00017-11 Thompson 25 Thompson 18-18 17-11 0 0 00 18-18 ly mily Freshman Freshman 15 Emily Freshman 017-11 010300 00..0000500 05 .0010.6 00000 15 1 .2.000.020001 00-0 1 0 0-0 .200-0 0 0 0-0 Shannon Thompson 13 0 .3030-0 3 0-0 0 0-0 17-11 018-18 00018-18 0 03 .00200 nson 525Thompson Kylie Johnson 13-2 18-18 0 0 00 13-2 2.0000-0 7.330-0 nnon hannon Thompson 25 Shannon Thompson 018-18 0 5300 00..0000300 .1 00000.636.27103001.00.3.00330.3300330-0 10.0660-0 KylieJohnson Johnson 27 0 .6060-0 7 0-0 0 0-0 pson 18-18 013-2 00013-2 0 03 .0000 eylie Johnson Johnson 585 Kylie 013-2 0 3200 00.0000300 .1 00000.020.30203 32.00.6.00630.7600670-0 20.000-0 oomey Alyssa Toomey 18-18 13-2 0 0 00 18-18 0.0000-0 0.660-0 AlyssaToomey Toomey 00 0 .0000-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 sa lyssa Toomey Toomey 838 Alyssa 018-18 0 3200 00..0000200 .2 00000.020.60002670.00.0.00020.0000000-0 00.0000-0 13-2 018-18 00018-18 0 02 .0000 Anderson Victoria Anderson 17-8 18-18 0 0 00 17-8 0.0000-0 0.000-0 Victoria Anderson 0 0 .0000-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 oria ictoria Anderson 327 Anderson Victoria Anderson 17-8 0 2100 00..0000200 .00000.010.0002000.00.0.00020.0000000-0 00.0000-0 18-18 017-8 00017-8 0 02 .0000 oodhead Tianna Woodhead 8-3 17-8 0 0 00 08-3 0.0000-0 0.000-0 nna ianna Woodhead Woodhead 27 Tianna Woodhead 00 8-3 0 2000 00..0000100 .00000.000.0001000.00.0.00010.0000000-0 00.0000-0 27 Teresa TiannaHolt Woodhead 0 0 .0000-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 on 17-8 0 8-3 0 01 .0000 olt 11 17-16 8-3 0 0 00 17-16 00 8-3 0.0000-0 0.000-0 esa eresa Holt 11 Teresa 0 017-16 0 1 0 00 0000 00 .000 .0000 .0000000 .0.000.000000 .0000-0 0 0 0-0 .000-0 0 0 0-0 0 11 Total TeresaHolt Holt18 17-16 0-0 ad Holt 8-3 017-16 045017-16 15 015 18 20615 .015 730 45 95 0 206 .461 .0763 95 1-3 0.461 0 6 .001-3 alotal Total 18 18 15 15 18 15 15 4515 45206 206 15 .015 745 .3073 206 95 95 206 .4.067.14361 .095 6736 1-3 .495 61-3 1 661 1-3 6 Total 18 15 45 . 4 1-3 17-16 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0-0 nts Opponents 18 29 23 18 81 32529 023 89 154 81 325 .474 .012 89 154 0-0 .474 12 0-0 Opponents ponents Opponents 18 18 29 29 18 23 23 81325 325 23 .0881 .9089154 325 154 .4.078.44974 154 12 12 .154 470-0 4 12 Opponents 18 8129 9 0-0 .474 0-012 0-0 18 15 15 45 206 .029 73 23 95 .81 461 325 6 .081-3 18 29 23Goal Average 81Goal 325 . 0 8 9 154 . 4 7 4 12 0-0 Goal Average Saves Saves Saves Record Record Goal Average Average Goal Average Saves Saves Record Record Record Goal Average

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0:00 011.59 1.000 1.59 120 .2805 .80.00 12 181637:251637:25 1637:25 1829 1637:25 29 1.59 1.59 29 125 .2681125 2 6 12 12 12 6 40120 1240 4 04 0 0 4 181637:25 29 1125 18 29- 1637:25 1.59 125 29 1.59 .8125 .68126.85 0 12 6 0 18 1637:25 29 1.59 125 . 8 1 1637:25 18 15 1637:25 15 0.82 0.82 15 79 79 0.82 . 8 4 . 0 8 4 0 79 12 12 . 8 4 0 6 6 12 18 181637:25 0:00 1637:25 0 0.00 5 1.000 0 0 0 18 15 1637:25 0.82 15 79 0.82 .840 1279 .6840 0 12 2 70 60 606 7 07 012 7 1637:25 1637:25

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Weber 1013 029 15 Corners by Period 1st State 2nd Total 1st 2nd Opponents 15 13OT OT2 0 1 15 29 50 10 Opponents Opponents 47Weber 53 State 1 0OT 47 OT2 101 53 Total 1 20 Opponents 15 13 0 1 29 Opponents 47 10 5 0 0 15 Weber State 20 23 0 0 43 1st1st2nd2nd OTOT 1st OT2 OT2 2ndTotal Total OT OT2 Total 1st1st2nd2nd OTOT 1st OT2 OT2 2ndTota To O yby Period Period Shots by Period Fouls Fouls byby Period Period Fouls by Period 15 by 13 2nd 0 OT 1OT221st 29 Opponents 47 64OT 53 91 1 2Total 1st 2nd 2nd OT2 2nd OT1 iod Shots Period byWeber Period Fouls by1st Period tate r StateWeber State 109109 95 95 109 2Total 0 95 0 OT 206206 2 OT2 0 Total 206 Fouls Weber State State Weber State 64 911st 64 2 0 2 91 2OT101 159 2 1st2 Shots State by by96 nts nents Opponents 162 1162 1 1st 295 160 22nd 325 1 OT 325Total Opponents Opponents Opponents 106106 491 1106 1 2 207 4 Weber 109Period 95162160 2160 0109 206 2 325 0 2 OT2 206 Weber State Weber State 64Fouls 91 96 2Period 2 644 96 159 Weber State 109 0 206 1st 162 2nd 160OT OT2 Total 1st State 2nd Fouls by PeriodOpponents Opponents 1 2162 160 325 951 22 325 Opponents 96Weber 106 4 1OT 96 OT2 106 207 Total 4 64 Opponents 162 1 2 325 Opponents 96 1st1st 1st OT2 OT2 2nd160 Total Total OT OT2 Total syby Period Period Saves Period Attendance Summary Attendance Summary 109 by 95 2 2nd2nd 0 OTOT 206 WeberAttendance State 64Summary 91 2 WSU 2 WSU 159 tate r StateWeber State 69 69 55 55 69 0325 1 55 1 OT 125125 0 OT2 1 Total 125 Attendance Total Total Total 162 by 160 1 OT 2OT201st Opponents 96 106 WSU4 2039 1 2039 207 1st 2nd Total 2nd iod Saves Period Summary Attendance Summary Opponen W nts nents Opponents 36 36 41 41 2 36 0 41 Dates/Avg PerPer Dates/Avg Date Date Attendance Per Date Summary 7/291 Saves State by Weber 69Period 55 0 1 692 1st 125 5502nd079279OT 1 0 OT2 12579Total Total Dates/Avg Total 2039 7/291 402 20 Neutral Neutral Site Site #/Avg Neutral #/Avg Total Site #/Avg 2/60 2/60 Weber 6941 179 125 1st State 2nd Total Attendance Summary Opponents 36 41OT OT2 2 0 36 79 552 00 Dates/Avg Per Date Dates/Avg Per Date 7/291 WSU 9/44 7/2 Opponents 36 41 2 0 79Total Site #/Avg Neutral SiteDates/Avg Per 69 55 0 1 125 Neutral #/Avg 2/60Date2039 2/ Neutral Site #/Avg7/291 36 41 2 0 79 Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg 2/60

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ate Opponent Date Opponent Score Overall Score Conf Overall Att. Goals Confscored Att. Goals scored nent Score W Overall Att. Goals scored Date Overall ConfJessie Att. Goals Date Opponent Overall ConfBaddley Att. Goals scored (Ni ate Opponent Score Overall Conf Att. Goals scored 2-1 Conf 1-0-0 W ScoreScore 2-1 0-0-0 1-0-0 321 0-0-0 (Nicole 321 scored Jessie Moore) Baddley ug 21 WESTMINSTER Aug 21 Opponent WESTMINSTER MINSTER W 2-1 W 1-0-0 2-1 W 0-0-01-0-0 Jessie Baddley (Nicole Moore) Aug 21 21 WESTMINSTER 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 321 Jessie (Nicole Mo Aug WESTMINSTER W 2-1 321 2-1 0-0-0 321 Jessie Baddley (Ni ug 21 WESTMINSTER 0-0-0 321 Jessie Baddley (Nicole Moore) Abby Robinson (KellyBaddley Abby Robinson) Robinson (K Abby 2-0-0 Robinson (Kelly Robinson) Abby (Kelly (Jes Rob Abby Robinson (K Abby Robinson (KellyRobinson Robinson) ug 28 MAINEAug 28 MAINE W 1-0 2-0-0 W 1-0 0-0-0 258 Nicole 0-0-0 Moore (Jessie 258 Baddley) Nicole Moore Eug02 0-0-03-0-0 Nicole Moore (Jessie Baddley) Aug 2802 2-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 258(Ari Nicole Moore (Jessie Badd Aug 28 MAINE MAINE W 1-0 258 2-0-0 258 NicoleTebbs Moore (Jes 28 MAINE 2-0-0 258 Nicole Moore (Jessie Baddley) Sep at #21WUtah 1-0 W 2-0-0 1-0 W 1-0 0-0-0 929 Roxy 0-0-0 Tebbs 929 Wood) Roxy (Ari W ep at #21 Utah WUtah State 1-0 W 3-0-0 2-0 0-0-04-0-0 Roxy (AriJessie Wood) 3-0-0 Tebbs 0-0-0 929(AriRoxy Tebbs Wood) SepSep 02 11 at #21 Utah W 1-0 929 1-0 3-0-0929 929 Roxy(Ari Tebbs (Ari(Ar W 02State at 1-0 W 3-0-0 Roxy Tebbs Wood) 02 at #21 Utah epUtah 11 vs Arkansas vs #21 Arkansas 2-0 0-0-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 Baddley (Ari Wood) Jessie Baddley ansas W State 2-0 W 4-0-0 2-0 W 0-0-04-0-0 Jessie Baddley (Ari Wood) SepSep 11 11State vs Arkansas 4-0-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 Jessie Baddley (Ari(Nicole Wood) vs Arkansas State W 2-0 2-0 0-0-0 Jessie Baddley (ArM ep 11 State vs Arkansas 0-0-0 Jessie Baddley (AriMoore) Wood) Ari Wood (Nicole Ari Wood Ari Wood Ari Wood Moore) Ari(Nicole Wood (Nicole AriMoore) Wood (Nicole Moore) ep 13 at UTEP Sep 13 at UTEP L 1-2 4-1-0 L 1-2 0-0-0 4-1-0(Nicole 511 Roxy 0-0-0 Tebbs (Jessie 511 Baddley) Roxy Tebbs (JessieM P 18 1-2 L 4-1-0 1-2 0-0-0 Roxy (Jessie Baddley) SepSep 13 18 L 4-2-0 4-1-0 Tebbs 0-0-0 511(Jessie Roxy Tebbs (Jessie Baddle 13 at UTEP at L 1-2 511 4-1-0121 511(Nicole RoxyMoore) Tebbs (Jessie 13 at UTEP 4-1-0 511 Roxy Tebbs Baddley) vs UTEP TCUL 1-2 0-0-0 4-2-0 Collette 0-0-0 Simmons 121 Collette Simmons ep vs TCU Collette Simmons (Nicole Moore) U L 4-3-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 0-0-0Ari 121 Collette Simmons (NicoleB SepSep 18Tech L 1-2 121 4-2-0 121 Collette Simmons 18 vs TCU vs TCUL Tech 1-2 L 4-2-0 1-2 0-0-0 4-2-0 121 Collette (Nicole Moore) 18 vs Texas TCU ep 20 at 20 at Texas 1-2 0-0-0 623 0-0-0 WoodSimmons (Jessie 623 Baddley) Ari Wood (Jessie as 25 Tech at Washington L Tech 1-2 Ari Wood (Jessie Baddley) SepSep 20Tech Texas Tech L 4-4-0 4-3-0 0-0-0-Ari Ari Wood 20 at at Texas L 1-2 623 1-2 4-3-0747 623 WoodBaddley) (Jessie B 20 Texas 1-2 0-0-0 4-3-0 623 Wood623 (Jessie Baddley) 25 Washington State L 4-3-0 0-4 0-4 0-0-0 4-4-0 0-0-0 747 -Ari(Jessie ep State L 0-4 -4-4-0 4-5-0 shington State L 4-5-0 0-0-0- 0-0-0 747 - 113 SepSep 25 27 Washington State L 0-4 747 0-4 4-4-0113 747 25 atState at Idaho Washington State L 4-4-0 0-1 0-4 0-0-0 4-4-0 747 25 Washington ep 27 at Idaho 0-1 0-0-0 ho L 0-1 LO24-5-0 0-1 0-0-0 -4-5-0 4-6-0 SepOct 2703 L 4-6-0 0-0-0- 0-0-0 113 - 328 Sep 27 at Idaho at Idaho LO20-1 113 4-5-0328 113 ep 27 at Idaho 4-5-0 113 OREGON 0-1 0-0-0 ct 03 OREGON LO2 WASHINGTON 0-1 LO24-6-0 0-1 0-0-0 -4-6-0 4-7-0 ON LO2 4-7-0 0-0-0- 0-1-0 03WASHINGTON LO20-1 328 4-6-0231 0-0-0 328 - 231 328 03 OREGON 4-6-0 0-0-0 328 03 OREGON ct 08 EASTERN * OctOct 08 OREGON EASTERN 0-1 0-1-0 LWASHINGTON 0-1 L 4-7-0 1-2 -4-7-0 4-8-0 * at OctOct 08 WASHINGTON L 4-8-0 0-1-0Ari - 113 08 EASTERN EASTERN WASHINGTON L 0-1 231 0-1 4-7-0113 0-1-0 231Ortgiesen) - Wood (Lindsay 08WASHINGTON EASTERN 0-1 0-1-0 4-7-0 0-1-0 231 - 0-2-0 * Montana 11 at Montana 1-2 0-2-0 Wood231 (Lindsay Ari ctRN11 L 1-2 WL 4-8-0 2-1 Ari Wood (Lindsay Ortgiesen) ntana L 5-8-0 4-8-0 0-2-0Jessie 113 Ari Wood (Lindsay Ortgies OctOct 11 15 at Montana L 1-2 113 1-2 4-8-0313 0-2-0 113 AriGriffin) Wood (Lindsay 11COLORADO at Montana 1-2 0-2-0 4-8-0 0-2-0 113 Ari1-2-0 Wood (Lindsay Ortgiesen) 11 * NORTHERN at* Montana ct 15 NORTHERN COLORADO W 2-1 1-2-0 5-8-0 Baddley (Lindsay 313 Jessie Baddley (Lin HERN W COLORADO 2-1 W 5-8-0 2-1 W 1-2-05-8-0 Jessie Baddley (Lindsay Griffin) * NORTHERN 15 15COLORADO NORTHERN 5-8-0 5-8-0 1-2-0 313 Jessie Baddley (Lindsay G * OctOct NORTHERN COLORADO W 2-1 313 2-1 1-2-0Baddley 313(Jessie Jessie Baddley (Lin ct 15 COLORADO 1-2-0 313 Jessie (Lindsay Griffin) Collette Simmons Collette Baddley) Simmons Collette Simmons (JessieSimmons Baddley) Collette Simmons (Jessie B Simmons Baddley) ct 17 NORTHERN * Oct 17ARIZONA NORTHERN ARIZONAL 0-3 5-9-0 L 0-3 1-3-0 5-9-0 234 -Collette 1-3-0 234(Jessie -Collette HERN L ARIZONA 0-3 -5-9-0 6-9-0 * at OctOct 17 23 NORTHERN L 6-9-0 1-3-0Jessie 234 -(penalty 17ARIZONA NORTHERN ARIZONA L 0-3 234 0-3 5-9-0217 1-3-0Baddley 234 Jessie - kick)Baddley (pe 17 ARIZONA NORTHERN 0-3 1-3-0 5-9-0 1-3-0 234 - 2-3-0 * Sacramento at Sacramento State WL 5-9-0 2-0 W 2-0 2-3-0 217 ct 23 State W 2-0 2-3-06-9-0 Jessie Baddley (penalty kick) ramento 6-9-0 6-9-0 2-3-0 217 Jessie Baddley (penalty kic OctOct 23 23 at Sacramento State W 2-0 217 2-0 2-3-0Baddley 217(Jessie Jessie Baddley (pe at Sacramento State W 6-9-0 2-0 W 2-3-0 217 Jessie (penalty kick) ct 23 *State at* Sacramento State Collette Simmons Collette Baddley;Kelly Simmons R Collette Simmons (JessieSimmons Baddley;Kelly Robinson) Collette Simmons (JessieRB Simmons Baddley;Kelly ct 25 at* Portland Oct 25State at Portland State L 0-2 6-10-0 L 0-2 2-4-0 6-10-0 314 -Collette 2-4-0 314(Jessie -Collette tland L State 0-2 L 6-10-01-3 * BRIGHAM OctOct 25 25 at Portland L 6-11-0 6-10-0 2-4-0Kelly 314 -(Jessie at Portland State L 0-2 314 0-2 6-10-0 314 Kelly -Baddley) 25 State at* Portland State 0-2 2-4-0 6-10-0 314 - 2-4-0 ct 28 28 YOUNG BRIGHAM YOUNG 1-3 2-4-0 6-11-0 354 Robinson 354 Robinson (Je L YOUNG 1-3 L 6-11-00-4 Kelly 6-11-0 Robinson Baddley) OctOct 28State BRIGHAM L 6-12-0 6-11-0 2-4-0(Jessie 354 Kelly (Jessie Bad 28 BRIGHAM YOUNG L 1-3 354 1-3 2-4-0 354 Robinson Robinson (Je 28YOUNG BRIGHAM YOUNG 1-3 2-4-0 6-11-0 2-4-0 354 Robinson (Jessie Baddley) 0-4 2-5-0 6-12-0 459 -Kelly 2-5-0 459 -Kelly ctAM 31 at * Idaho 31 at Idaho State L State0-4 ho State * at* Idaho L 6-12-0 6-12-0 2-5-0- 2-5-0 459 - 459 OctOct 31State State 31 at Idaho at Idaho L 0-4 459 0-4 6-12-0 L 6-12-00-4 2-5-0 2-5-0 459 ct 31

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The Automated ScoreBook Weber State Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 03, 2010) All games Overall: 6-12-0 Conf: 2009 2-5-0 Home: 3-4-0Stats Away: 2-7-0 Neut: 1-1-0 Team TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game A ssists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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10 Jessie Baddley aves by6 Period 1st Ari Wood 19 Collette Simmons 69 Weber State 13 Nicole Moore pponents 36 17 Roxy Tebbs 4 Kelly Robinson 22 Abby Robinson 7 Lindsay Ortgiesen 23 Lindsay Griffin 26 Maggie Bartel 16 Kierstin Wood 15 Emily Freshman 25 Shannon Thompson 5 Kylie Johnson 8 Alyssa Toomey 3 Victoria Anderson 27 Tianna Woodhead 11 Teresa Holt Total Opponents

gp-gs

18-18 2nd 18-18 18-8 55 14-3 41 15-15 18-12 15-6 16-1 16-5 17-11 18-7 17-11 18-18 13-2 18-18 17-8 8-3 17-16 18 18

WSU

OPP

15-206 0.83 .073 95-206 .461 11.4 15 43 1-3

29-325 1.61 .089 154-325 .474 18.1 23 101 0-0

14 1

12 0

2039 7/291 2/60

4026 9/447

0 1

The Automated ScoreBook Corners by Period Total 1st 2nd Weber (asState of Oct 03, 2010) 20 23 15 State Soccer Statistics Weber All games 29 Opponents 47 53

OT OT2

Overall: 6-12-0 Conf: 2-5-0 Home: 3-4-0 Away: 2-7-0 Neut: 1-1-0 Fouls by Period Total 1st 2nd

OT OT2

0 0

2009 Overall/Conference Stats

2OVERALL 0 1 2

g

a

4

6

pts

206 325 sh

14 58 8Total 21 30 01 6 125 11 12 30 5 79 9 2 0 4 23 1 2 4 21 1 0 2 7 0 1 1 9 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 15 45 206 29 23 81 325

OT 3 OT2 2

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sh% sog sog%

gw

pk

gp-gs

g

a

.069 32 .143 12 .273 7 .111 5 .087 7 .048 8 .143 6 .000 1 .000 0 .000 7 .000 6 .000 1 .000 1 .000 2 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .073 95 .089 154

2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 12

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

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

2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 13

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

.552 .571 .636 .556 .304 .381 .857 .111 .000 .368 .600 .200 .333 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .461 .474

OVERALL ##

Player

32 Rebecca Ritchie Total Opponents Shots by Period Weber State Opponents

gp-gs

min.

1st

29 29 15

1.59 1.59 0.82

2nd

OT

OT2

109 95 162 160

2 1

0 2

Goals by Period Weber State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

10 15

5 13

0 0

0 1

Saves by Period Weber State Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

69 36

55 41

0 2

1 0

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

Total 159 207

OT OT2

2 1

sh% sog sog%

.062 .125 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .052 .112

19 4 2 2 4 2 1 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 52

w

l

6 12 6 12 12 6

t sho

0 0 0

4 4 7

gp-gs

7-7 7 7

min.

630:00 630:00 630:00

ga gaavg saves

13 13 5

1.86 1.86 0.71

.594 .500 .667 .500 .267 .222 .500 .167 .000 .667 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .427 .448

gw

pk

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5

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

pct

w

l

t sho

37 .740 39 .750 35 .875

2 2 5

5 5 2

0 0 0

Total 206 325

Shots by Period Weber State Opponents

1st

2nd

54 57

42 59

Total 15 29

Goals by Period Weber State Opponents

1st

2nd

3 6

2 7

Total 125 79

Saves by Period Weber State Opponents

1st

2nd

20 19

19 16

WSU

Opponent

4026 9/447

2/60

pct

120 .805 125 .812 79 .840

2039

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sh

6 32 2 8 4 3 0 4 0 15 1 9 0 2 1 6 1 2 0 6 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 15 96 36 116

0 0

CONFERENCE

ga gaavg saves

18-17 1637:25 18 1637:25 18 1637:25

0 1

64 91 2 CONFERENCE 96 106 4 pts

Total 43 101

OT OT2

1 1 4

Total 96 116 Total 5 13 Total 39 35

WSU Attendance Summary Total 778 Dates/AvgWeberStateSports.com Per Date 3/259 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0

Opponent

1103 4/276


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2009 Team Game-by-Game Stats Date

Opponent

Score

G

A

Aug 21, 2009 Aug 28, 2009 Sep 02, 2009 Sep 11, 2009 Sep 13, 2009 Sep 18, 2009 Sep 20, 2009 Sep 25, 2009 Sep 27, 2009 Oct 03, 2009 Oct 08, 2009 Oct 11, 2009 Oct 15, 2009 Oct 17, 2009 Oct 23, 2009 Oct 25, 2009 Oct 28, 2009 Oct 31, 2009 Weber State Opponent

WESTMINSTER MAINE at Utah vs Arkansas State at UTEP vs TCU at Texas Tech at Washington State at Idaho OREGON EASTERN WASHINGTON at Montana NORTHERN COLORADO NORTHERN ARIZONA at Sacramento State at Portland State BRIGHAM YOUNG at Idaho State

2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-3 2-0 0-2 1-3 0-4 15-29

2 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 15 29

2 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 15 23

Pts

Sh

6 17 3 7 3 12 6 13 3 7 3 7 3 8 0 4 0 16 0 13 0 22 3 16 6 17 0 11 6 13 0 7 3 6 0 10 45 206 81 325

Sh% Sog Sog% GW PK-Att

.118 7 .143 4 .083 5 .154 9 .143 2 .143 1 .125 2 .000 2 .000 7 .000 10 .000 10 .062 8 .118 7 .000 4 .154 8 .000 2 .167 5 .000 2 .073 95 .089 154

.412 .571 .417 .692 .286 .143 .250 .500 .438 .769 .455 .500 .412 .364 .615 .286 .833 .200 .461 .474

1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 1-2 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 6 1-3 12 0-0

TEAM PER-GAME Games played: 18 Shots per game: 11.44;Goals per game: 0.83 Assists per game: 0.83;Points per game: 2.50 Date

Opponent

Score

Minutes

GA GAAvg Saves Save%

W

L

Aug 21, 2009 Aug 28, 2009 Sep 02, 2009 Sep 11, 2009 Sep 13, 2009 Sep 18, 2009 Sep 20, 2009 Sep 25, 2009 Sep 27, 2009 Oct 03, 2009 Oct 08, 2009 Oct 11, 2009 Oct 15, 2009 Oct 17, 2009 Oct 23, 2009 Oct 25, 2009 Oct 28, 2009 Oct 31, 2009 Totals Opponent

WESTMINSTER MAINE at Utah vs Arkansas State at UTEP vs TCU at Texas Tech at Washington State at Idaho OREGON EASTERN WASHINGTON at Montana NORTHERN COLORADO NORTHERN ARIZONA at Sacramento State at Portland State BRIGHAM YOUNG at Idaho State

2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-3 2-0 0-2 1-3 0-4 15-29

90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 107:25 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 1637:25 1637:25

1 0 0 0 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 3 0 2 3 4 29 15

1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 12

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 12 6

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1.00 0.50 0.33 0.25 0.60 0.83 1.00 1.38 1.33 1.28 1.25 1.31 1.29 1.41 1.32 1.36 1.45 1.59 1.59 1.59

4 5 12 9 14 10 6 3 8 6 4 1 9 6 8 7 9 4 125 79

.800 1.000 1.000 1.000 .875 .833 .750 .429 .889 .857 .800 .333 .900 .667 1.000 .778 .750 .500 .812 .840

T Sho

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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The Automated ScoreBook Weber State Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Oct 03, 2010) All games OPPONENT STATS 2009 Opponent Game-by-Game Stats Opponent

Score

G

A

Aug 21, 2009 WESTMINSTER Aug 28, 2009 MAINE Sep 02, 2009 at Utah Sep 11, 2009 vs Arkansas State Sep 13, 2009 at UTEP Sep 18, 2009 vs TCU Sep 20, 2009 at Texas Tech Sep 25, 2009 at Washington State Sep 27, 2009 at Idaho Oct 03, 2009 OREGON Oct 08, 2009 EASTERN WASHINGTON Oct 11, 2009 at Montana Oct 15, 2009 NORTHERN COLORADO Oct 17, 2009 NORTHERN ARIZONA Oct 23, 2009 at Sacramento State Oct 25, 2009 at Portland State Oct 28, 2009 BRIGHAM YOUNG Oct 31, 2009 at Idaho State Opponent totals Weber State

Date

2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-3 2-0 0-2 1-3 0-4 29-15

1 0 0 0 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 2 1 3 0 2 3 4 29 15

1 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 4 3 23 15

Pts

Sh

Sh% Sog Sog% GW PK-Att

Opponent

Score

Minutes

GA GAAvg Saves Save%

W

L

Aug 21, 2009 WESTMINSTER Aug 28, 2009 MAINE Sep 02, 2009 at Utah Sep 11, 2009 vs Arkansas State Sep 13, 2009 at UTEP Sep 18, 2009 vs TCU Sep 20, 2009 at Texas Tech Sep 25, 2009 at Washington State Sep 27, 2009 at Idaho Oct 03, 2009 OREGON Oct 08, 2009 EASTERN WASHINGTON Oct 11, 2009 at Montana Oct 15, 2009 NORTHERN COLORADO Oct 17, 2009 NORTHERN ARIZONA Oct 23, 2009 at Sacramento State Oct 25, 2009 at Portland State Oct 28, 2009 BRIGHAM YOUNG Oct 31, 2009 at Idaho State Opponent totals Weber State

2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-3 2-0 0-2 1-3 0-4 29-15

90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 107:25 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 90:00 1637:25 1637:25

2 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 15 29

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 12 6

1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 12

3 10 0 10 0 28 0 11 5 28 5 22 5 14 12 19 2 23 3 20 2 15 6 12 2 14 9 13 0 20 6 25 10 24 11 17 81 325 45 206

.100 5 .000 5 .000 12 .000 9 .071 16 .091 12 .143 8 .211 7 .043 9 .050 7 .067 5 .167 3 .071 10 .231 9 .000 8 .080 9 .125 12 .235 8 .089 154 .073 95

.500 .500 .429 .818 .571 .545 .571 .368 .391 .350 .333 .250 .714 .692 .400 .360 .500 .471 .474 .461

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 12 6

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 1-3

OPPONENT PER-GAME Games played: 18 Shots per game: 18.06;Goals per game: 1.61 Assists per game: 1.28;Points per game: 4.50 Date

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2.00 1.50 1.33 1.50 1.40 1.33 1.29 1.12 1.00 0.88 0.80 0.82 0.91 0.85 0.92 0.86 0.87 0.82 0.82 0.82

5 3 4 7 1 0 1 2 7 10 10 7 5 4 6 1 4 2 79 125

.714 .750 .800 .778 .500 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .875 .714 1.000 .750 1.000 .800 1.000 .840 .812

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T Sho

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 4


The Automated ScoreBook Weber State Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Oct 03, 2010) All games 2009 Game-by-Game Comparison Date

Opponent

Score

Goals

Assists

Aug 21 Aug 28 Sep 02 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 20 Sep 25 Sep 27 Oct 03 Oct 08 Oct 11 Oct 15 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 25 Oct 28 Oct 31 Totals

WESTMINSTER MAINE Utah Arkansas State UTEP TCU Texas Tech Washington State Idaho OREGON EASTERN WASHINGTON Montana NORTHERN COLORADO NORTHERN ARIZONA Sacramento State Portland State BRIGHAM YOUNG Idaho State

2-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-3 2-0 0-2 1-3 0-4 15-29

2/1 1/0 1/0 2/0 1/2 1/2 1/2 0/4 0/1 0/1 0/1 1/2 2/1 0/3 2/0 0/2 1/3 0/4 15/29

2/1 1/0 1/0 2/0 1/1 1/1 1/1 0/4 0/0 0/1 0/0 1/2 2/0 0/3 2/0 0/2 1/4 0/3 15/23

Shots

On Goal Corners

17/10 7/5 7/10 4/5 12/28 5/12 13/11 9/9 7/28 2/16 7/22 1/12 8/14 2/8 4/19 2/7 16/23 7/9 13/20 10/7 22/15 10/5 16/12 8/3 17/14 7/10 11/13 4/9 13/20 8/8 7/25 2/9 6/24 5/12 10/17 2/8 206/325 95/154

YC

RC

6/2 1/1 1/4 0/0 5/14 2/1 3/10 0/1 1/9 2/1 2/6 1/1 0/4 0/0 0/10 0/0 3/2 1/1 3/4 1/0 8/3 1/0 1/4 0/2 3/2 0/1 1/4 0/0 1/10 0/1 2/3 2/1 2/5 1/0 1/5 2/1 43/101 14/12

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 1/0 1/0

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2009 Team Leaders

##

Points

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

##

Shots

GP

G

A

Shots

Shot%

10 6 19 13 17 4 22 7 23

Jessie Baddley Ari Wood Collette Simmons Nicole Moore Roxy Tebbs Kelly Robinson Abby Robinson Lindsay Ortgiesen Lindsay Griffin

18 18 18 14 15 18 15 16 16

4 3 3 1 2 1 1 0 0

6 2 0 3 0 2 0 1 1

14 8 6 5 4 4 2 1 1

58 21 11 9 23 21 7 9 2

10 17 6 4 26 19 16 13 7 22

Jessie Baddley Roxy Tebbs Ari Wood Kelly Robinson Maggie Bartel Collette Simmons Kierstin Wood Nicole Moore Lindsay Ortgiesen Abby Robinson

18 15 18 18 17 18 18 14 16 15

4 2 3 1 0 3 0 1 0 1

6 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 0

58 23 21 21 19 11 10 9 9 7

.069 .087 .143 .048 .000 .273 .000 .111 .000 .143

##

Goals

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

10 19 6 17 22 13 4

Jessie Baddley Collette Simmons Ari Wood Roxy Tebbs Abby Robinson Nicole Moore Kelly Robinson

18 18 18 15 15 14 18

4 3 3 2 1 1 1

6 0 2 0 0 3 2

14 6 8 4 2 5 4

58 11 21 23 7 9 21

##

Assists

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

10 13 6 4 7 23

Jessie Baddley Nicole Moore Ari Wood Kelly Robinson Lindsay Ortgiesen Lindsay Griffin

18 14 18 18 16 16

4 1 3 1 0 0

6 3 2 2 1 1

14 5 8 4 1 1

58 9 21 21 9 2

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Shots on Goal

GP

G

A

Shots

SOG

SOG%

10 6 4 17 26 19 16 22 13 5

Jessie Baddley Ari Wood Kelly Robinson Roxy Tebbs Maggie Bartel Collette Simmons Kierstin Wood Abby Robinson Nicole Moore Kylie Johnson

18 18 18 15 17 18 18 15 14 13

4 3 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 0

6 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

58 21 21 23 19 11 10 7 9 3

32 12 8 7 7 7 6 6 5 2

.552 .571 .381 .304 .368 .636 .600 .857 .556 .667

##

Game-winning Goals

GP

No.

10 13 17 22 19

Jessie Baddley Nicole Moore Roxy Tebbs Abby Robinson Collette Simmons

18 14 15 15 18

2 1 1 1 1

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The Automated ScoreBook Weber State High/Low Analysis (as of Oct 03, 2010) games 2009 TeamAll Highs Weber State - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

6 6 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 22 17 17 10 10 14 12 8 6 16 14

at Sacramento State (Oct 23) vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) vs Westminster (Aug 21) at Sacramento State (Oct 23) vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) vs Westminster (Aug 21) at Sacramento State (Oct 23) vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) vs Westminster (Aug 21) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 08) vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) vs Westminster (Aug 21) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 08) vs Oregon (Oct 03) at UTEP (Sep 13) at Utah (Sep 02) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 08) vs Westminster (Aug 21) at Portland State (Oct 25) at Montana (Oct 11) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES CORNER KICKS

FOULS

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12 11 4 4 4 4 28 28 16 12 12 12 10 10 14 10 10 10 21 15 15 15

at Washington State (Sep 25) at Idaho State (Oct 31) at Idaho State (Oct 31) at Washington State (Sep 25) vs Brigham Young (Oct 28) at Washington State (Sep 25) at UTEP (Sep 13) at Utah (Sep 02) at UTEP (Sep 13) vs Brigham Young (Oct 28) vs TCU (Sep 18) at Utah (Sep 02) vs Eastern Washington (Oct 08) vs Oregon (Oct 03) at Utah (Sep 02) at Sacramento State (Oct 23) at Washington State (Sep 25) vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) at UTEP (Sep 13) at Portland State (Oct 25) vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) vs Westminster (Aug 21)

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2009 Individual Player Highs GAME HIGHS Weber State - INDIVIDUAL POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 7 7 4 4 14 11

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Jessie Baddley at Sacramento State (Oct 23) Jessie Baddley vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) Ari Wood vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Kelly Robinson vs Brigham Young (Oct 28) Collette Simmons at Sacramento State (Oct 23) Jessie Baddley at Sacramento State (Oct 23) Jessie Baddley vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) Collette Simmons vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) Ari Wood at Montana (Oct 11) Ari Wood at Texas Tech (Sep 20) Collette Simmons vs TCU (Sep 18) Roxy Tebbs at UTEP (Sep 13) Ari Wood vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Jessie Baddley vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Roxy Tebbs at Utah (Sep 02) Nicole Moore vs Maine (Aug 28) Jessie Baddley vs Westminster (Aug 21) Abby Robinson vs Westminster (Aug 21) Jessie Baddley vs Brigham Young (Oct 28) Kelly Robinson at Sacramento State (Oct 23) Jessie Baddley at Sacramento State (Oct 23) Jessie Baddley vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) Lindsay Griffin vs Northern Colorado (Oct 15) Lindsay Ortgiesen at Montana (Oct 11) Jessie Baddley at Texas Tech (Sep 20) Nicole Moore vs TCU (Sep 18) Jessie Baddley at UTEP (Sep 13) Nicole Moore vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Ari Wood vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Ari Wood at Utah (Sep 02) Jessie Baddley vs Maine (Aug 28) Kelly Robinson vs Westminster (Aug 21) Nicole Moore vs Westminster (Aug 21) Jessie Baddley vs Eastern Washington (Oct 08) Jessie Baddley vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Jessie Baddley vs Eastern Washington (Oct 08) Jessie Baddley at Montana (Oct 11) Jessie Baddley vs Arkansas State (Sep 11) Rebecca Ritchie at UTEP (Sep 13) Rebecca Ritchie at Utah (Sep 02)

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Back Row (L to R): Kierstin Raught, Lindsay Ortgiesen, Collette Simmons, Ari Wood, Hillary Anger, Erica Sims, Hannah Marble, Kersey Davis, Jessie Baddley, Alyssa Toomey, Canada Clawson, Sarah Mager, Tianna Woodhead, Kylie Johnson, Victoria Anderson. Front Row (L to R): Nicole Moore, Andrea Ardito, Emily Freshman, Roxy Tebbs, Alyssa Amano, Felicia Sortor, Ryann Waldman, Alyson Hansen, Kirsten Anderson, Mara Rabin, Maria Dore, Bailey Eames, Heidi Fuller, Chelsea Wallis.

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Player Profiles

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Alyssa TOOMEY 5-7 • SENIOR DEFENDER LAYTON, UT • UNIV. OF UTAH

8

2009 Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference (Utah) As a Junior in 2009 • Played, and started, in all 18 matches in her first season with the Wildcats. • Was scoreless on a pair of shots from her defender position. • Was named to the Big Sky All-Academic Team. As a Sophomore in 2008 (Univ. of Utah) • Played in nine matches off the bench for the Utes. • Was scoreless on only a single shot. As a Freshman in 2007 (Univ. of Utah) • Appeared in 12 matches, earning one start. • Took three shots, putting one on frame. • Was named an Academic All-Mountain West Conference selection. Prep/Club Career • Earned first-team all-state honors as a senior at Northridge High School. • Was a two-time second-team all-state selection. • Was a three-time all-region and all-area selection for coach Shara Frenandes. • Was named her team’s Defender of the Year three times. • Earned honor roll, high honor roll and 4.0 honor roll recognition during her time at Northridge. • Was on the Olympic Development Program state team from 2000 through 2007 under coaches Patrick Rennie, John Gebhard and Greg Maas. • Played her club soccer for the Strikers (1997-2000), Advantage (2000-2004), Utah Elite (20042005), Avalanche (2005-2006) and Celtic Storm (2006-2007). Personal • Alyssa is the daughter of John and Cara Toomey. • Was born on June 5, 1989. • Is majoring in Electronic Media.

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Career Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 12-1 9-0 18-18 39-19

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

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Pts. 0 0 0 0

Shots Shot% 3 .000 1 .000 2 .000 6 .000

SOG 1 1 0 2

SOG% .333 1.000 .000 .333

GW 0 0 0 0

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Jessie BADDLEY

10

5-6 • JUNIOR FORWARD/MIDFIELDER OGDEN, UT • SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY 2009 All-Big Sky Conference Honorable Mention

As a Redshirt Sophomore in 2009 • Started all 18 matches for the Wildcats and led the team in scoring with 14 points on four goals and six assists. • Posted team-highs with 58 shots and 32 shots-on-goal. • Scored her first goal as a Wildcat in the season opener, helping WSU to a 2-1 win over Westminster College. • Scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win over Arkansas State on Sep. 11. • Recorded a pair of three-point matches with a goal and an assist against both Northern Colorado (Oct. 15) and Sacramento State (Oct. 23), both of which were Wildcat wins. • Also recorded assists against Maine, UTEP, Texas Tech and Brigham Young. • Her goal against Sacramento State came on a penalty kcik and was her second game-winner of the season. • Was an All-Big Sky Conference Honorable Mention. As a Sophomore in 2008 •Transferred to Weber State in the early fall and sat out the season as a red-shirt. As a Freshman in 2007 (Santa Clara) • Saw action in 20 of the Broncos 21 contests, starting in three. • Had three shots against UCSB (Oct. 17). • Dished out an assist against CS Fullerton (Oct. 12). • Played a crucial role in SCU’s 0-0 tie of then- No. 1 Stanford (Oct. 5). • Had one shot against Arizona State (Sept. 21). • Took one shot against then-No. 12 Rutgers (Sept. 14). • Netted her first collegiate goal and the game winning goal in the Season Operner against San Jose State (Aug. 31). Prep/Club Career • Is a 2007 graduate of Bonneville High School in Ogden, Utah. • Played soccer for coach Mike Hickman and basketball for coach Mae Miya. • Was a four-time First Team All-State selcection. • Was named a 2007 All-American by Parade magazine and the NSCAA.

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• Was a four-time all-region selection. • Was the 4A State leader in scoring during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. • Led Bonneville in scoring all four years. • Helped lead team to state semifinal appearance. • Twice named to All-State team in basketball. • Led 4A class in scoring as she helped lead hoops team to state finals. • Was a member of National Honor Society. • Served as a Peer Bowler with the Special Olympics. • Played club ball for the Celtic Storm. • Helped lead her club team to six Utah Youth State Cup titles. • Played two seasons with the Utah Spiders of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). • Member of the U-17 National Team players pool in 2006. • Played for the U-16 squad in 2005. Personal • Born in Ogden, Utah. • Is the daughter of James and Lissa Baddley. • Has two siblings, sister Jordan and brother Chandler.

Career Stats Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 20-3 DNP 18-18 38-21

G 1

A 1

Pts. 3

4 5

6 7

14 17

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Shots Shot% 12 .083 58 70

.069 .071

SOG 5

SOG% .417

GW 1

32 37

.552 .529

2 3

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Emily FRESHMAN 5-7 • JUNIOR MIDFIELDER OGDEN, UT • BONNEVILLE HS

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As a Sophomore in 2009 • Played in 17 matches for the Wildcats, starting a career-high 11 times. • Was scoreless on the season, only attempting five shots. As a Freshman in 2008 • Played in all 21 games for the Wildcats and started once. • Recorded a single point on a lone assist. • Her assist came on a Kierstin Wood goal in a 2-0 win over UTEP on Sep. 12. • Attempted 11 shots on the season and put four of those on-goal. During her Prep career • Emily is a 2008 graduate of Bonneville High School in South Ogden, Utah. • Played her club soccer with La Roca FC. • Lettered all four years (20042007) while at Bonneville. • Helped her club team to the 2002 and 2005 Utah State Cup Championship. • Has been selected as a weekly Standard Star by the Standard Examiner. • Was named to the 2006 and 2007 All-Area team and was a 2004 and 2005 All-Area Honorable Mention. • Enters WSU with a 3.6 Grade Point Average. Personal • Is the daughter of Charlie and Janet Freshman. • Has one brother, Boz (22).

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 21-1 17-11 38-12

G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

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Pts. 1 0 1

Shots Shot% 11 .000 5 .000 16 .000

SOG 4 1 5

SOG% .364 .200 .313

GW 0 0 0

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Kylie JOHNSON 5-3 • JUNIOR FORWARD/MIDFIELDER NORTH OGDEN, UT • WEBER HS

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2009 Big Sky All-Academic Team As a Sophomore in 2009 • Played in 13 matches for the second-straight year, and was among the starting 11 twice. • Was scoreless on the season, attempting only three shots. • Put two of her three shots on-goal. • Was named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team As a Red-shirt Freshman in 2008 • Kylie played in 13 matches off the bench. • Was scoreless on five shot attempts. • Put two of her shots on-goal for a SOG percentage of .400. As a Freshman in 2007 • Kylie sat out the season as a red-shirt. During her Prep career • Kylie is a 2007 graduate of Weber High School in North Ogden, Utah, where she was a three-time letterwinner in soccer. • Helped her Warriors club team to first place in Region 4 and to the Division I State Championship five straight years. • Was selected to the 2004 Utah ODP team. • Was named First Team All-Region, First Team All-Area and Second Team All-State in both 2006 and 2007. • Was an Academic All-State selection in 2007 and 2007. • Played her most recent club soccer with the La Roca Soccer Club. • Helped La Roca to a third-place finish in the 2005 State Cup and to tournament championships at the 2006 Las Vegas and Pikes Peak (Colorado) tournaments. • Helped Weber High to a third-place finish in the State Tournament. • Won a Silver Medal in the cross country freestyle skiing competition in the Junior Olympic Moscow/Utah Games. Personal • Kylie is the daughter of Todd and Denise Johnson. • Is the middle of three children. • Has one brother, Bryce (22), and one sister, Kelsey (18). • Is majoring in Chemistry.

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 13-0 13-2 26-2

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

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Shots Shot% 5 .000 3 .000 8 .000

SOG 2 2 4

SOG% .400 .667 .500

GW 0 0 0

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Nicole MOORE

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5-5 • JUNIOR FORWARD CLEARFIELD, UT • UNIV. OF SAN FRANCISCO 2009 Big Sky All-Academic Team

As a Sophomore in 2009 • Played in 14 matches during her first year as a Wildcat, and started three times. • Was fourth on the team in scoring with five points on one goal

and three assists. • Her lone goal came as the game-winner in the 79th minute of a 1-0 win over Maine on Aug. 28. • Assisted Jessie Baddley on the first goal of the 2009 season as the Wildcats defeated Westminster 2-1 on Aug. 21. • Added assists against Arkansas State (2-0 W on Sep. 11) and TCU (1-2 L, Sep. 18). • Was named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team. As a Freshman in 2008 (Univ. of San Francisco) • Played in 14 matches for the Dons, starting 13 times. • Was the team’s second-leading scorer with eight points and led the team with four goals. • Was the lone player on the team to score more than a single goal. • Scored her four goals on only 24 shots for a .167 shot percentage. • Recorded three game-winning goals with winners over Cal State Bakersfield (Oct. 20), San Jose State (Sep. 18) and Tennesee-Martin (Sep. 12). • Recorded a multi-goal game with a pair of tallys in a 2-0 win over San Jose State. Prep/Club Career • Played four years of Varsity Soccer at Clearfield High School. • Earned Team MVP sophomore year. • Was top goal scorer junior and senior seasons. • Graduated in Top 10% of her class. Personal • Born on June 10, 1990. • Is the daughter of Tate Moore and Cindy Yacom.

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 14-13 14-3 28-16

G 4 1 5

A 0 3 3

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Shots Shot% 24 .167 9 .111 31 .161

SOG 13 5 18

SOG% .542 .556 .581

GW 3 1 4

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Lindsay ORTGIESEN 5-5 • JUNIOR DEFENDER/MIDFIELD RIVERDALE, UT • BONNEVILLE HS

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As a Sophomore in 2009 • Played in 16 matches and started once. • Recorded one point on one assist. • Her first collegiate point came on an assist of an Ari Wood goal in a 2-1 loss to Montana on Oct. 11. As a Freshman in 2008 • Lindsay played in 16 matches off the bench for the Wildcats. • Was scoreless on seven shots. During her Prep career • Lindsay is a 2008 graduate of Bonneville High School in South Ogden, Utah. • Played her club soccer with Utah Rush. • Lettered three times in soccer for the Lakers. • Was named to the 2007 All-Area First Team by the Standard Examiner and to the All-State Second Team by the Deseret News. • Has been a member of the Region IV ODP Pool. Personal • Lindsay is the daughter of Steve and Janet Ortgiesen. • Is the youngest of four children. • Has two brothers, Andy (32) and Jared (30), and one sister, Jaimee (27). • Is majoring in Athletic Training.

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 16-0 16-1 32-1

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

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Shots Shot% 7 .000 9 .000 16 .000

SOG 2 1 3

SOG% .286 .111 .188

GW 0 0 0

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Kierstin RAUGHT 5-4 • JUNIOR MIDFIELDER/FORWARD LAYTON, UT • NORTHRIDGE HS

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2009 Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team 2008 Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week (Sep. 15, 2008) As a Sophomore in 2009 • Kierstin played in all 18 matches, starting seven times. • Was scoreless on the season. • Attempted 10 shots and put six on-goal. • Was named to the Big Sky All-Academic Team. As a Freshman in 2008 • Kierstin played in all 21 games for the Wildcats and made a single start. • Was an offensive catalyst for the ‘Cats off the bench, scoring three goals to tie for third on the team in both goals and points (6). • Scored her first collegiate goal in a 3-0 win over North Dakota on Aug. 28. • Recorded a multi-goal game with a pair of tallys in a 2-0 win over UTEP on Sep. 12. • Her two-goal match against UTEP earned her the Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week award on Sep. 15. • Attempted 24 shots and put 14 on-goal to lead the team with a .583 shots on-goal percentage. • Was named to the Big Sky All-Academic team. During her Prep career • Kierstin is a 2008 graduate of Northridge High School in Layton, Utah. • Played her club soccer with Utah Avalanche. • Lettered three times in soccer for the Knights (2004-2006) and earned one letter in Cheerleading (2005). • Helped lead her Northridge team to the 2004 Region I Championship and her Utah Avalanche team to the 2006 State Cup Championship. • Has been a member of the Utah Olympic Development Program team for the last three years (2005-2007) and a member of the Region IV ODP team in both 2006 and 2007. • Was a 2005 All-Region I Honorable Mention selection, a 2006 All-Region I First Team and AllArea Second Team pick. • Was the 2007 Homecoming Queen at Northridge. • Was honored with the Northridge HS Soccer Rookie of the Year award in 2004, the 2005 Most Improved Player award and the 2007 Most Valuable Player award.

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• Entered WSU with a 3.9 Grade Point Average. Personal • Kierstin is the daughter of Greg and Becky Wood. • Is the second of four children. • Has one brother, Austin (21), and two sisters, Katelyn (17) and Madison (15). • Has plans to pursue a career in Physical Therapy and is majoring in Athletic Training. • Her grandfather, Larry R. Wood, played basketball at Weber State from 1948-1950 and was the Wildcat Club president in 1986-87.

Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 21-1 18-7 39-8

G 3 0 3

A 0 0 0

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Shots Shot% 24 .125 10 .000 34 .088

SOG 14 6 20

SOG% .583 .600 .588

GW 1 0 1

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Collette SIMMONS 5-5 • JUNIOR DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER FARMINGTON, UT • DAVIS HS

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2008 Big Sky All-Academic Team As a Sophomore in 2009 • Collette played in all 18 matches for the Wildcats, starting eight times. • Was third on the team in scoring with a career-high six points. • Her six points came on three goals, which also set a career-high. • Scored the game-winning goal with a 56th minute tally in a 2-1 win over Northern Colorado on Oct. 15. • Also scored goals against TCU (1-2 L, Sep. 18) and Sacramento State (2-0 W, Oct. 23). As a Freshman in 2008 • Collette emerged as a regular at the outside midfielder position in her freshman season, playing all 21 matches and starting 14 times. • Recorded three points on one goal and one assist. • All of her scoring came in Big Sky contests. • Her assist came on Alyssa Foutz’s game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Montana on Oct. 9. • Her first collegiate goal came in in a 2-0 win over Portland State on Oct. 23. • Posted 15 shots and put eight on-goal for a SOG percentage of .533. • Was named to the Big Sky All-Academic Team. During her Prep career • Collette is a 2008 graduate of Davis High School in Kaysville, Utah. • Played her club soccer with La Roca FC. • Lettered three years in soccer (2005-2007) and once in Track (2008) for the Darts. • Helped her La Roca club team to the 2005 State Cup Championship. • Has been a member of the Olympic Development Program. • Was named to the 2007 All-State Second Team and was a 2005 Honorable Mention. • Enters WSU with a 3.5 Grade Point Average. • Was on the High Honor Roll in 2005 and 2006 and the Honor Roll in 2007 at Davis. Personal • Collette is the daughter of Bruce and Sherri Simmons. • Is the second of four children. • Has two sisters, Kayla (21) and Lacy (16), and one brother, Kyle (17).

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 21-14 18-8 39-22

G 1 3 4

A 1 0 1

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Shots Shot% 22 .000 11 .273 33 .121

SOG 8 7 15

SOG% .364 .636 .455

GW 0 1 1

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Roxanne TEBBS 5-4 • JUNIOR MIDFIELDER FARMINGTON, UT • UNIV. OF UTAH

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Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week (Sep. 7, 2009) As a Sophomore in 2009 • Played--and started--in 15 matches in her first season with the Wildcats. • Recorded four points on the year with two goals. • Scored her first collegiate goal on Sep. 2, recording the game-winner over her former team, as the Wildcats defeated then- No. 21-ranked Utah 1-0. • Was named the Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week on Sep. 7, joining WSU goalkeeper Rebecca Ritchie as the Wildcats swept the Offensive and Defensive weekly awards following the win over the Utes. • Also scored in a 2-1 loss to UTEP on Sep. 13. As a Freshman in 2008 (University of Utah) • Played in 19 matches off the bench for the Utes as a freshman. • Was scoreless on only two shot attempts. During her Prep Career • First-team all-state selection in 2005, `06 and `07. • Named All-Area MVP in 2007. • Helped her club team to the U.S. Club Soccer Regional Championship in Boise, Idaho in 2007. • Helped lead team to Utah State Cup Final in 2007. • Helped her team to the Utah State Cup Championship in 2003. • Was a member of the Region IV Olympic Development Program team in 2006 and 2007. • Was in the ODP Region Pool in 2005, 2006 and 2007... State ODP team member from 2004-2007. Personal • Is the daughter of Randall and Kim Tebbs.

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 19-0 15-15 34-15

G 0 2 2

A 0 0 0

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Shots Shot% 2 .000 23 .087 25 .080

SOG 1 7 8

SOG% .500 .304 .320

GW 0 1 1

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Ari WOOD 5-7 • JUNIOR DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER BOUNTIFUL, UT • BOUNTIFUL HS

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As a Sophomore in 2009 • Played in, and started, all 18 matches for the Wildcats. • Was the team’s second-leading scorer with eight points on three goals and two assists. • Her eight points set a career-high, while she matched her threegoal total from her freshman year. Her pair of assists were the first

two of her career. • Scored goals against Arkansas State (Sep. 11), Texas Tech (Sep. 20) and Montana (Oct. 11). • Her first career assist came on a Roxy Tebbs goal that was the game-winner in a 1-0 victory over 21st-ranked Utah on Sep. 2. • Also posted an assist on Jessie Baddley’s game-winner in a 2-0 victory over Arkansas State on Sep. 11. • Recorded 21 shots, which tied for third on the team. • Put 12 of her 21 shots on-goal, producing a .571 SOG percentage. As a Freshman in 2008 • Ari played in all 21 matches for the Wildcats and started 11 times. • Tied for third on the team in scoring with six points on three goals. • Recorded tallys against Boise State (Aug. 31), CS-Bakersfield (Sep. 21) and Oregon State (Sep. 26). • Her goal against Oregon State came in the 97th minute and was the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over the Beavers in Corvallis, Ore. • Was second on the team in shot attempts with 37. • Put 20 of her 31 shots on-goal for a SOG percentage of .541, which ranked third on the team. During her Prep career • Ari is a 2008 graduate of Bountiful High School in Bountiful, Utah. • Played her club soccer with Utah Rush. • Earned four letters in soccer (2004-2007) and two in basketball (2004 , 2006) for the Braves. • Earned the Salt Lake Tribune 4A Most Valuable Player award after leading Bountiful to the 2006 State Championship. • Helped the Braves to second place in the state tournament in 2005. • Was a member of the Utah State ODP team. • In addition to her MVP award, she was named All-County and All-State in both 2006 and 2007. • Was a four-year starter at Bountiful.

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Personal • Ari is the daughter of Von and Michelle Wood. • Is the fourth of eight children. • Has five sisters, Bethany (28), Ashley (26), McKay (19), Leah (16) and Brooklyn (10). Also has two brothers, Jace (24) and Jaxon (10). • Her older sister, Ashley, was a standout defender and All-Big Sky performer for the Wildcat soccer team from 2002-2005.

Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 21-11 18-18 39-29

G 3 3 6

A 0 2 2

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Shots Shot% 37 .081 21 .143 58 .103

SOG 20 12 32

SOG% .541 .571 .552

GW 1 0 1

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Victoria ANDERSON

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5-3 • SOPHOMORE DEFENDER WEST BOUNTIFUL, UT • VIEWMONT HS As a Redshirt Freshman in 2009 • Played in 17 matches and earned eight starting nods. • Was scoreless from her defender position. • Attempted only a pair of shots. As a Freshman in 2008 • Victoria sat out the season as a red-shirt.

During her Prep career • Victoria is a 2008 graduate of Viewmont High School in Farmington, Utah. • Played her club soccer with Utah Rush. • Lettered three times in soccer (2005-2007) for the Vikings. • Helped her UFC team to a Las Vegas Turkey Shoot tournament championship in 2004 and her Rush team to a San Diego Nomads tournament championship in 2006. • Was a member of the Utah ODP team. • Was selected to the ODP regional camp. • Was named the Viewmont Rookie of the Year in 2005 and was a team captain in 2007. • Earned Second Team All-State honors in 2006. Personal • Victoria is the daughter of Zebby and the late Mark Anderson. • Is the youngest of two children. • Has one sister, Ashley (24). • Is majoring in Criminal Justice at WSU.

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Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS G A Pts. Shots Shot% SOG SOG% DNP 17-8 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 17-8 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 WeberStateSports.com

GW 0 0

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Tianna WOODHEAD 5-5 • SOPHOMORE MIDFIELDER ROY, UT • ROY HS

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As a Freshman in 2009 • Played in eight matches and was in the starting 11 three times. • Was scoreless on the season, attempting only a single shot. During her Prep/Club Career • Tianna lettered four times in soccer while at Roy High School. • Was a member of the 2007 Utah Olympic Development Program and helped her Avalanche club team to the 2008 Utah State Championship. Personal • Tianna is the daughter of Dan and Sue Woodhead. • Is the fifth of six children. • Siblings are: Danielle (27), Fiona (26), Robyn (24), Megan (22) and Korbyn (15). • Was born on Feb. 7, 1991

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Career Stats Year 2009 Total

GP-GS 8-3 8-3

G 0 0

A 0 0

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Pts. 0 0

Shots Shot% 1 .000 1 .000

SOG 0 0

SOG% .000 .000

GW 0 0

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Alyson HANSEN 5-4 • SOPHOMORE GOALKEEPER OREM, UT • OREM HS

1

As a Sophomore in 2009 • Did not see any action as starting goalkeeper Rebecca Ritchie played all 1,637 minutes during the year. As a Freshman in 2008 • Alyson served as the main backup to starting goalkeeper Rebecca Ritchie. • Played in two matches, starting once. • Recorded one save and posted a 3.94 Goals Against Average in 114 minutes of playing time. During her Prep career • Alyson is a 2008 graduate of Orem High School in Orem, Utah. • Played her club soccer with Celtic Storm. • Lettered four times in soccer (2004-2007) and three times in basketball (2005-2007) while at Orem HS. • Helped lead the Tigers to Region championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and to the 4A State championship in 2007. • Helped her Tigers basketball team to the 2006 State championship. • Her Celtic Storm club team captured the Far West National Championship Tournament title in 2007. • Was an All-City Honorable Mention in soccer as a freshman. • Named to the All-Region First Team and was an All-State Honorable Mention as a sophomore. • As a junior, she was named the team MVP, First Team All-Region, the All-Valley MVP and was an All-State First Team selection. • Was named the team defensive MVP, First Team All-Region, First Team All-Valley and First Team All-State as a senior. • Led Orem to an 18-0-1 record with 11 shutouts as a senior. The Tigers outscored their opponents 12-2 in their State Tournament run. • As a junior, the Tigers went 16-1-1 and she posted 10 shutouts. Personal • Formerly, Alyson Tucker. Was married during the 2010 offseason. • Is the daughter of Larry and Diane Tucker. • Is the youngest of five children. • Has five brothers, Nathan (31), Jared (29), Bryson (27) and Jeff (24). • Is currently majoring in Nursing.

Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS Min. GA GAA Sv W L T 2-1 114:15 5 3.94 1 0 2 0 DNP (RS) 2-1 114:15 5 3.94 1 0 2 0

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Kirsten ANDERSON 5-6 • SOPHOMORE GOALKEEPER SANDY, UT • JORDAN HS

As a Redshirt Freshman in 2009 • Kirsten did not see any action as senior goalkeeper Rebecca Ritchie played all 1,637 minutes. As a Freshman in 2008 • Kirsten sat out the season as a red-shirt. During her Prep career • Kirsten is a 2008 graduate of Jordan High School in Sandy, Utah. • Played her club soccer with Celtic Storm. • Lettered twice in soccer (2006-2007) and once in basketball (2006) for the Beetdiggers. • Has been a member of the Utah ODP. • Was named All-State and All-Region in soccer in 2007. • Entered WSU with a 3.7 Grade Point Average. Personal • Kirsten is the daughter of Kelvin and Pam Anderson. • Is majoring in Political Science at WSU.

Career Stats Year 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS Min. GA GAA Sv W L T DNP (RS) DNP 0-0 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0

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Ryann WALDMAN 5-5 • RS-FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER MILTON, WA • FIFE HS

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During her Prep Career • Chelsea is a 2010 graduate of Viewmont High School, where she lettered four times in soccer. • Led Viewmont to the state tournament semifinals in 2006 and 2009 and to the quarterfinals in 2007 and 2008. • Was a three-year varsity starter, recording over 3,000 minutes played. Personal • Is the daughter of Dale and Janel Wallis. • Birthday is Nov. 11. • Is the third of four children. • Siblings are: Greg (23), Ashley (22) and Courtney (15). • Enters Weber State with a 3.98 GPA and intends to go into Physical Therapy.

Career Stats Year 2009 Total

GP-GS Min. GA GAA Sv W L T DNP (RS) 0-0 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0

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Sarah MAGER 5-8 • RS-FRESHMAN FORWARD/MIDFIELDER KAYSVILLE, UT • ROY HS

As a Freshman in 2009 • Sat out the season as a red-shirt. During her Prep/Club Career • Sarah lettered four times in soccer and three times in basketball with the Royals. • Was the team captain in 2007-08 and was the team’s leading scorer and Most Valuable Player in 2008. • Her senior season, she recorded 30 points on 12 goals and six assists, on her way to being named to the Standard Examiner All-Area First Team. • Helped her United Front Soccer club team to the 2003 State Cup championship. Personal • Sarah is the daughter of Kris Higley and Jeff Mager. • Was born on May 4, 1991. • Has one younger sister, Katelyn (16).

Career Stats Year 2009 Total

GP-GS G A Pts. Shots Shot% SOG SOG% DNP (RS) 0-0 0 0 0 0 --- 0 ---

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Erica SIMS 5-8 • RS-FRESHMAN DEFENDER LAYTON, UT • NORTHRIDGE HS

21

As a Freshman in 2009 • Erica sat out the season as a red-shirt. During her Prep/Club career • Erica is a 2009 graduate of Northridge High School. • Lettered three times in soccer for the Knights. • Was named the team’s best defender in 2008 and was named to the Standard Examiner AllArea Second Team. Personal • Erica is the daughter of George and Roz Sims. • Is the third of four children. • Siblings are: Jessica (23), Danielle (22), and Amanda (16). • Was born on November 27, 1990.

Career Stats Year 2009 Total

GP-GS G A Pts. Shots Shot% SOG SOG% DNP (RS) 0-0 0 0 0 0 --- 0 ---

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Hillary ANGER 5-7 • RS-FRESHMAN FORWARD NORTH OGDEN, UT • WEBER HS

As a Freshman in 2009 • Sat out the season as a red-shirt. During her Prep Career • Hillary is a 2008 graduate of Weber High School in North Ogden, UT. • Lettered four times for the Warriors in soccer and three times for the drill team. • Was the team’s leading goal scorer all four years at Weber High School and posted the team-high in assists three times. • Left the program as the school’s all-time leading goal scorer with 39 career goals. • Was named the Weber High Female Athlete of the Year in both her freshman and junior seasons. • Led her Utah Avalanche ‘91 Premier club team to three-straight State Cup championships from 2006 to 2008. • Was named to the Standard Examiner All-Area team all four years, including three First Team selections. • Was also named All-Region and All-State four-straight years. • Was also named to the Academic All-State Drill Team and to the Academic All-Region Soccer Team. Personal • Is the daughter of Chuck and Edi Anger. • Is the youngest of six children. • Has two brothers, Ben (33) and Tim (29), and three sisters, Angie Taylor (31), Carly Durrant (25) and Samantha (21). • Plans to major in Nursing at Weber State.

Career Stats Year 2009 Total

GP-GS G A Pts. Shots Shot% SOG SOG% DNP (RS) 0-0 0 0 0 0 --- 0 ---

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Canada CLAWSON 5-6 • JUNIOR FORWARD HOLLADAY, UT • IOWA WESTERN CC

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Iowa Western Community College • Was a two-time letterwinner for the Reivers. • Received first-team all-Region XI honors in 2009-10. • Was a team captain in 2009-10. • Scored 74 career points on 28 goals and 18 assists. • Scored 20 goals as a sophomore and eight as a freshman. • Posted nine assists in each of her two years. • Ranked 35th in the nation in scoring among NJCAA soccer programs her senior season. During her Prep Career • Was a 2008 graduate of Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah. • Lettered four times in soccer and twice in basketball. • Was named her team’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006. • Helped her team to the Region championship in 2004. • Was an All-State Honorable Mention in 2006 and 2007. Personal • Is the daughter of Gavin Clawson and Christine Chandler. • Has one brother, Chandler, 23. • Plans to major in Design Graphics Engineering Technology.

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Felicia SORTOR 5-5 • FRESHMAN FORWARD SYRACUSE, UT • SYRACUSE HS

During her Prep Career • Felicia is a 2010 graduate of Syracuse High School, where she lettered three times. • Played her freshman soccer at Clearfield High School, lettering there as well. • Was a 2006 All-Area Honorable Mention, an All-Area and All-State Second Team selection in 2007 and 2008, and a 2009 All-Area Selection and All-State Honorable Mention. • Was the team Most Valuable Player as a freshman, sophomore and junior, and was the team Offensive Most Valuable Player her final three years. • Was a member of the State Olympic Development Program from 2006 to 2009 and was held over for the regional pool in 2006. • Helped her 2008 LaRoca club team to the State Cup championship. Personal • Is the daughter of Rick and Debbie Sortor. • Birthday is July 13th. • Is the youngest of four children. • Siblings are: Brad (29), Brian (28) and Tyann (24). • Enters Weber State with a 3.7 GPA. • Plans to major in Nursing and pursue a career as a surgical nurse.

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Alyssa AMANO 5-6 • FRESHMAN MIDFIELDER LAYTON, UT • LAYTON HS

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During her Prep Career • Alyssa is a 2010 graduate of Layton High School, where she lettered in soccer four years. • Also lettered twice in basketball. • Was a member of the Utah Olympic Development Program. • Was a team captain for the Lancers as a junior and senior. • Was named to the Standard Examiner All-Area Second Team in both 2008 and 2009. • Helped her Wasatch club soccer team to the 2007 Las Vegas Turkey Shoot championship. • Was the 2009 Layton High Homecoming Queen. Personal • Is the daughter of Joe and Tracy Amano. • Birthday is Dec. 13th. • Has two brothers, Derek (21) and Kaden (11). • Enters Weber State with a 3.7 GPA.

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Kersey DAVIS 5-8 • FRESHMAN FORWARD/MIDFIELDER HENEFER, UT • MORGAN HS

During her Prep Career • Kersey is a 2010 graduate of Morgan High School, where she lettered four times in soccer, three times in basketball, twice in track, and once each in softball and ping pong. • Was the Student Body Historian her senior year. • Was a four time selection to the 3A All-State Team by the Deseret News. • Helped lead the Trojans to a runner-up finish in the 2009 3A State tournament and was named MVP. • Started in all 72 varsity games during her four years, and recorded 135 points with 42 goals and 51 assists. • Was a member of the Utah Olympic Development Program 91’s traveling team from 2004 to 2007. • Played her recent club soccer with LaRoca, which she helped lead to State Cup championships in 2004, 2005 and 2008. • Scored the game-winning goals in both the semifinals and championship game in the 2008 State Cup. • Also helped LaRoca to the Regional quarterfinals in Hawaii in 2008, the Silver State Tournament finals in 2007 and the Pikes Peak Invitational championship in 2006. • Was the leading scorer and Most Valuable Player of the 2006 Pikes Peak Invitational and the 2008 Utah State Cup. • Was also named the MVP and team captain of the 2004 and 2005 State Cup teams, leading in assists both years. • Was named to the All-Star County team from 2003 to 2004. Personal • Is the daughter of Jack and Teresa Davis. • Birthday is Oct. 18. • Is the third of four children. • Has one brother, Shaun (32), and two sisters, Kirby (20) and Kenzy (16). • Played her high school soccer for former WSU soccer standout Tara Ferrin. • Enters Weber State with a 3.8 GPA and plans to major in Business Marketing with a Photography minor.

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Maria DORE 5-5 • FRESHMAN MIDFIELDER CLINTON, UT • CLEARFIELD HS

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During her Prep Career • Maria is a 2010 graduate of Clearfield High School, where she earned four letters in soccer. • Was a team captain and team Most Valuable Player her senior year. • Was named to the All-Region team as a junior and senior. • Played her club soccer with LaRoca, which she helped to the State Cup semifinals in 2006 and 2007, a State Cup runner-up finish in 2009 and a State Cup championship in 2008. Personal • Is the daughter of Michael and Sharon Dore. • Birthday is Dec. 21st. • Was born in Champaign, Ill... Is the fourth of five children. • Has two sisters, Shalli (25) and Brittany (21), and two brothers, Gared (23) and Trevor (14). • Enters WSU with a 3.4 GPA and plans to pursue a career in Physical Therapy.

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Bailey EAMES 5-4 • FRESHMAN DEFENDER LAYTON, UT • DAVIS HS

During her Prep Career • Bailey is a 2010 graduate of Davis High School, where she lettered in soccer three times. • Led the Darts to a State tournament runner-up finish in 2009. • Was named to the All-Area First Team in both 2008 and 2009 by the Standard Examiner. • Was an All-Area Honorable Mention in 2007. • Played her club soccer with LaRoca, which she helped lead to a State Cup championship in 2008 and a runner-up finish in 2009. Personal • Is the daughter of Kami Eames and Ronnie and Julie Eames. • Birthday is May 1st. • Siblings are: sister Charly Murray (20), step-brothers Christian Drakos (18) and Casey Eames (11), half brother Williams Eames and half-sister Ashlee Eames (7). • Enters Weber State with a 3.9 GPA. • Plans to major in pre-dental and pursue a career in Orthodontics.

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Hannah MARBLE

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5-10 • FRESHMAN MIDFIELDER/FORWARD WEST BOUNTIFUL, UT • BOUNTIFUL HS

During her Prep Career - Is a 2009 graduate of Bountiful High School in Bountiful, Utah. - Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and was a team captain in 2009. - Recorded 42 points her senior season, scoring 15 goals and add-

ing 12 assists. - Helped Bountiful to the 2006 State Championship and to a runner-up finish in 2008. - Was named First Team All-State by the Salt Lake Tribune and Second Team All-State by the Deseret News in 2009. - Was an All-State Honorable Mention in 2008 by the Deseret News. - Earned All Clipper Team honors from the Davis County Clipper in 2008. Personal - Is the daughter of Paul and Wendy Marble. - Was born on Sep. 24, 1991. - Is the youngest of three children. - Has two older sisters: Bayly Clark, 24, and Erin Wright, 21. - Enters WSU with a 3.6 GPA and plans to major in Interior Design.

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Mara RABIN 5-6 • FRESHMAN DEFENDER PARK CITY, UT • PARK CITY HS

During her prep career • Is a 2009 graduate of Park City high school in Park City, Utah. • Was a three-year letterwinner and three-year starter in soccer. • Also lettered one year in track. • Was a 2008 All-State Honorable Mention. • Was named to the 2009 All-State First Team. • Was also a member of the 2009 First Team Academic All-State Team. • Has been in the Utah Olympic Development Program from 2005-2009. • Played her club soccer for Black Diamond, which she helped lead to State Cup and Regional Championships and to the National Semi-finals. • Was a state champion in Trampoline and Tumbling in 2002, 2003 and 2004 and competed at the National Junior Olympics in 2003, 2004 and 2005. • Competed in the 2006 Chevrolet Junior Olympic Freestyle Skiing event. Personal • Is the daughter of Phillip and Renee Rabin. • Was born on Feb. 4, 1992. • Is an only child. • Enters Weber State with a 4.132 GPA and is on a Pre-Med track.

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Chelsea WALLIS 5-10 • FRESHMAN DEFENDER CENTERVILLE, UT • VIEWMONT HS

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During her Prep Career • Chelsea is a 2010 graduate of Viewmont High School, where she lettered four times in soccer. • Led Viewmont to the state tournament semifinals in 2006 and 2009 and to the quarterfinals in 2007 and 2008. • Was a three-year varsity starter, recording over 3,000 minutes played. Personal • Is the daughter of Dale and Janel Wallis. • Birthday is Nov. 11. • Is the third of four children. • Siblings are: Greg (23), Ashley (22) and Courtney (15). • Enters Weber State with a 3.98 GPA and intends to go into Physical Therapy.

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Utah State AGGIES

Aug. 20 Sandy, UT (Rio Tinto Stadium)

Brigham Young COUGARS Aug. 27 Provo, UT

St. Mary’s College GAELS Sep. 3 Ogden, UT

Washington State COUGARS Sep. 5 Ogden, UT

University of Utah UTES

Sep. 9 Ogden, UT

Creighton Jays

Sep. 11 Ogden, UT

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Head Coach................ Heather Cairns (8th yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 10-9-2 Starters Returning...........................................8 Soccer SID..................................... Kara Fisher Office Phone............................. (435) 797-1361 Email................................kara.irving@usu.edu Web Site...........................utahstateaggies.com Series Record................Utah State leads 7-4-1 Last Meeting.................................. 2006 (0-1 L) Head Coach........ Jennifer Rockwood (16th yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 18-4-2 Starters Returning...........................................8 Soccer SID.................................. Whitney Craft Office Phone............................. (801) 422-8999 Email............................... soccer_sid@byu.edu Web Site................................. byucougars.com Series Record....................... BYU leads 14-0-1 Last Meeting.................................. 2009 (1-3 L) Head Coach................... Kai Edwards (2nd yr.) 2009 Record............................................9-11-0 Starters Returning...........................................5 Soccer SID........................................ Rich Davi Office Phone............................. (925) 631-4402 Email.............................rdavi@stmarys-ca.edu Web Site.....................................smcgaels.com Series Record............................... First Meeting Last Meeting................................................. NA Head Coach....................... Matt Potter (8th yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 14-6-2 Starters Returning...........................................7 Soccer SID..................................Craig Lawson Office Phone............................... 509-335-0265 Email....................................... craigl@wsu.edu Web Site.................................wsucougars.com Series Record............................... First Meeting Last Meeting................................................. NA Head Coach...................Rich Manning (8th yr.) 2009 Record..........................................11-19-2 Starters Returning...........................................9 Soccer SID...................................... Kyle Harris Office Phone............................. (801) 832-2890 Email....................kharris@huntsman.utah.edu Web Site...................................... utahutes.com Series Record......................... Utah leads 6-2-0 Last Meeting.................................. 2003 (0-3 L) Head Coach...................Rich Manning (8th yr.) 2009 Record..........................................11-19-2 Starters Returning...........................................9 Soccer SID...................................... Kyle Harris Office Phone............................. (801) 832-2890 Email....................kharris@huntsman.utah.edu Web Site...................................... utahutes.com Series Record......................... Utah leads 6-2-0 Last Meeting.................................. 2003 (0-3 L)

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Idaho

VANDALS Sep. 14 Ogden, UT

UC Santa Barbara GAUCHOS

Sep. 17 Santa Barbara, CA

Cal Poly

MUSTANGS

Sep. 19 San Luis Obisbo, CA

Air Force FALCONS Sep. 24 USAFA, CO

UNLV

REBELS Sep. 26 USAFA, CO

Oregon State BEAVERS Oct. 1 Ogden, UT

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Head Coach.................. Peter Showler (6th yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 9-10-0 Starters Returning...........................................8 Soccer SID................................ Spencer Farrin Office Phone............................. (208) 885-7065 Email..............................spencerf@uidaho.edu Web Site....................................govandals.com Series Record......................... Utah leads 6-2-0 Last Meeting.................................. 2003 (0-3 L) Head Coach...................Rich Manning (8th yr.) 2009 Record..........................................11-19-2 Starters Returning...........................................9 Soccer SID...................................... Kyle Harris Office Phone............................. (801) 832-2890 Email....................kharris@huntsman.utah.edu Web Site...................................... utahutes.com Series Record........................... Idaho leads 3-1 Last Meeting.................................. 2009 (0-1 L) Head Coach................... Alex Crozier (19th yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 14-5-1 Starters Returning...........................................6 Soccer SID.............................. Brian Thurmond Office Phone............................. (805) 756-2410 Email.......................... bthurmond@calpoly.edu Web Site........................................ GoPoly.com Series Record............................... First Meeting Last Meeting................................................ N/A Head Coach.................... Larry Friend (2nd yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 2-15-1 Starters Returning...........................................8 Soccer SID.................................. Nick Arseniak Office Phone............................. (719) 333-9251 Email..................nicholas.arseniak@usafa.edu Web Site.........................goairforcefalcons.com Series Record.......................................Tied 1-1 Last Meeting.................................. 2001 (2-5 L) Head Coach................... Jennifer Klein (1st yr.) 2009 Record............................................. 5-9-5 Starters Returning...........................................6 Soccer SID..................................... Mark Wasik Office Phone............................... 702-895-3208 Email..............................mark.wasik@unlv.edu Web Site............................... UNLVRebels.com Series Record...........................UNLV leads 2-1 Last Meeting.................................. 2002 (0-2 L) Head Coach.................... Linus Rhode (3rd yr.) 2009 Record........................................... 14-8-1 Starters Returning...........................................7 Soccer SID................................................. TBA Office Phone............................................... TBA Email.......................................................... TBA Web Site................................. osubeavers.com Series Record.......................................Tied 1-1 Last Meeting...........................2008 (2-1 OT W)

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Northern Colorado

Series History

Oct. 7

All Time: Weber State leads 4-2-0 Home: Weber State leads 2-0-0 Away: Tied 1-1-0 Neutral: Tied 1-1-0 Postseason: UNC leads 1-0-0 Last Five: Weber State leads 3-2 Streak: Weber State W-1

BEARS

Ogden, UT

Tim Barerra Head Coach

Oct. 15, 2009 Oct. 19, 2008 Nov. 9, 2007 Oct. 18, 2007 Oct. 13, 2006 Sep. 23, 2005

H A N # H A N *

W L L W W (OT) W

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

* at Drake Univ. (Des Moines, IA) # Big Sky Championship Semifinals

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................. Greeley, CO Enrollment................................................................. 12,148 Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President.............................................................Kay Norton Athletic Director......................................... Jay S. Hinrichs Facility.......................................... Jackson Stadium/1,860 Nickname.......................................................................Bears Colors............................................................. Blue and Gold TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach............. Tim Barrera (Virginia Tech, 1986) Record at UNC...................................99-95-10 (12 years) Career Record...............................159-139-13 (18 years) 2009 Overall Record.................................................6-10-1 2009 Conference Record..................................2-5-0/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................... NA Starters Returning/Lost.................................................9/2 SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID.......................................................... Zach Bond SID Email.............................bond9697@bears.unco.edu SID Phone......................................................970-351-2522 SID Cell Phone.............................................970-978-0950 Website............................................ www.UNCBears.com

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Northern Arizona LUMBERJACKS Oct. 9

Series History Ogden, UT

Andre Luciano Head Coach

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.................................................. Flagstaff, Arizona Enrollment.................................................................. 23,600 Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President....................................................Dr. John Haeger Athletic Director....................................................Jim Fallis Facility...................................Lumberjack Stadium/3,000 Nickname....................................................... Lumberjacks Colors..................................................Blue, Gold and Sage

All Time: Weber State leads 12-4-1 Home: Weber State leads 8-3 Away: Weber State leads 4-0-1 Neutral: Northern Arizona leads 1-0 Postseason: No Arizona leads 2-1 Last Five: Tied 2-2-1 Streak: Northern Arizona W-2 Oct. 17, 2009 Nov. 8, 2008 Oct. 17, 2008 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 15, 2006 Nov. 5, 2005 Oct. 27, 2005 Oct. 29, 2004 Nov. 1, 2003 Oct. 17, 2002 Oct. 21, 2001 Oct. 7, 2000 Nov. 7, 1999 Oct. 31, 1999 Oct. 24, 1998 Nov. 2, 1997 Aug. 29, 1997

H H $ A H A H $ H A H H A H N # H H A H

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

# Big Sky Championship Semifinals $ Big Sky Championship Finals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................ Andre Luciano (Indiana-1993) Record at NAU.................................... 69-87-18 (9 years) Career Record.............................................................. Same 2009 Overall Record.................................................10-9-2 2009 Conference Record..................................4-3-0/4th Lettermen Returning/Lost.........................................17/5 Starters Returning/Lost...............................................10/1 SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID.................................................Andrew Tomsky SID Email.......................................................aht7@nau.edu SID Phone......................................................928-523-1017 SID Cell Phone.............................................619-606-6166 Website........................................www.nauathletics.com

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Montana

GRIZZLIES Oct. 15

Series History Missoula, MT

Neil Sedgwick Head Coach

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...............................................Missoula, Montana Enrollment................................................................. 14,622 Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President..........................................Dr. George Dennison Athletic Director................................................. Jim O’Day Facility.............................South Campus Stadium/1,200 Nickname................................................................ Grizzlies Colors..................................................... Maroon and Silver TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach...............Neil Sedgwick (Dalhousie,1995) Record at UM.......................................34-65-10 (6 years) Career Record......................................53-80-10 (8 years) 2009 Overall Record.................................................4-13-1 2009 Conference Record..................................2-4-1/6th Lettermen Returning/Lost.........................................13/7 Starters Returning/Lost...............................................11/3

All Time: Montana leads 10-8-1 Home: Weber State leads 5-3 Away: Montana leads 7-2-1 Neutral: Weber State leads 1-0 Postseason: Weber State leads 3-2 Last Five: Tied 2-2-1 Streak: Montana W-1 Oct. 11, 2009 Nov. 6, 2008 Oct. 9, 2008 Oct. 28, 2007 Oct. 21, 2006 Oct. 23, 2005 Nov. 7, 2004 Oct. 15, 2004 Nov. 6, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 13, 2002 Oct. 11, 2001 Oct. 13, 2000 Oct. 14, 1999 Nov. 7, 1998 Oct. 9, 1998 Nov. 9, 1997 Oct. 16, 1997 Oct. 27, 1996

A H # H A H A N $ A H # H A H A H H $ A A $ A A

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

# Big Sky Championship Semifinals $ Big Sky Championship Finals

SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID.........................................................Joel Carlson SID Email...............................joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu SID Phone......................................................406-243-5414 SID Cell Phone.............................................406-370-9669 Website..............................www.montanagrizzlies.com

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Eastern Washington

Series History

Oct. 17

All Time: Weber State leads 11-3 Home: Weber State leads 7-1 Away: Weber State leads 4-2 Neutral: 0-0 Postseason: Weber State leads 2-0 Last Five: Weber State leads 4-1 Streak: Eastern Wash. W-1

EAGLES

Cheney, WA

George Hageage Head Coach

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................ Cheney, WA Enrollment................................................................. 11,302 Affiliation...................................................NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President............................................ Dr. Rodolfo ArĂŠvalo Athletic Director............................................... Bill Chaves Facility............. EWU Sports & Recreation Center/500 Nickname.................................................................... Eagles Colors............................................................Red and White

Oct. 8, 2009 Oct. 12, 2008 Oct. 25, 2007 Oct. 19, 2006 Nov. 3, 2005 Oct. 20, 2005 Oct. 17, 2004 Oct. 16, 2003 Oct. 11, 2002 Oct. 13, 2001 Oct. 15, 2000 Oct. 16, 1999 Nov. 5, 1998 Oct. 10, 1998

H A H A H # H A H A H A H H # A

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

# Big Sky Championship Semifinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach....... George Hageage (Richmond-1988) Record at EWU..................................56-107-4 (10 years) Career Record............................... 59-138-14 (12 years) 2009 Overall Record.................................................. 7-9-2 2009 Conference Record................................ 4-2-1/2nd Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................13/7 Starters Returning/Lost............................................... 7/4 SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID................................................... Cara Schlinger SID Email........................................... cshlinger@ewu.edu SID Phone..................................................... 509-359-6333 SID Cell Phone............................................ 509-847-8465 Website................................................www.goeags.com

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Portland State VIKINGS Oct. 25

Series History Portland, OR

Laura Schott Head Coach

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................................... Portland, OR Enrollment................................................................. 27,000 Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President.....................................................Dr. Wim Wiewel Athletic Director...................................... Torre Chisholm Facility........................................ Hillsboro Stadium/7,600 Nickname.................................................................. Vikings Colors.......................................... Green, White and Silver

All Time: Weber State leads 8-4-2 Home: Weber State leads 4-1-1 Away: Weber State leads 4-3-1 Neutral: 0-0 Postseason: Weber State leads 1-0 Last Five: Tied 2-2-1 Streak: Portland State W-1 Oct. 25, 2009 Oct. 23, 2008 Oct. 14, 2007 Oct. 7, 2006 Oct. 9, 2005 Nov. 5, 2004 Oct. 21, 2004 Oct. 26, 2003 Oct. 19, 2002 Oct. 19, 2001 Oct. 19, 2000 Oct. 21, 1999 Oct. 15, 1998 Oct. 23, 1997

A H A H A A # H A H A A H A H

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

# Big Sky Championship Semifinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.............................. Laura Schott (Cal, 2004) Record at PSU....................................... 15-17-8 (2 years) Career Record.............................................................. Same 2009 Overall Record.................................................10-6-4 2009 Conference Record...................................4-1-2/1st Lettermen Returning/Lost.........................................16/6 Starters Returning/Lost................................................ 7/4 SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID.....................................................Matt Scheerer SID Email.............................................. scheerer@pdx.edu SID Phone......................................................503-725-5744 SID Cell Phone.............................................360-931-1132 Website.................................................. www.goviks.com

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Sacramento State

Series History

Oct. 23

All Time: Weber State leads 9-6-2 Home: Weber State leads 6-3 Away: Sac State leads 4-1-2 Neutral: Weber State leads 1-0 Postseason: Weber State leads 1-0 Last Five: Sac State leads 3-2 Streak: Weber State W-1

HORNETS

Sacramento, CA

Randy Dedini Head Coach

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.....................................................Sacramento, CA Enrollment................................................................. 29,326 Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President.................................... Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director................................... Dr. Terry Wanless Facility.....................................Hornet Soccer Field/1,500 Nickname..................................................................Hornets Colors......................................................... Green and Gold

Oct. 23, 2009 Oct. 25, 2008 Oct. 12, 2007 Oct. 5, 2006 Oct. 29, 2005 Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 24, 2003 Oct. 27, 2002 Nov. 8, 2001 Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 21, 2000 Oct. 24, 1999 Oct. 17, 1998 Nov. 7, 1997 Oct. 26, 1997 Oct. 4, 1996 Sep. 15, 1996

A H A H H H A A H H H A H N # H A A

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

# Big Sky Championship Semifinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach....... Randy Dedini (Sonoma State,1992) Record at SAC..................................... 29-17-12 (3 years) Career Record.............................................................. Same 2009 Overall Record.................................................. 8-5-5 2009 Conference Record... ..............................3-2-2/4th Lettermen Returning/Lost..................................... 14/10 Starters Returning/Lost................................................ 7/4 SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID.........................................................................TBA SID Email............................................................................TBA SID Phone......................................................916-278-6896 SID Cell Phone.............................................209-210-8858 Website...................................... www.hornetsports.com

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Series History

Idaho State BENGALS Oct. 31

Pocatello, ID

Allison Gibson Head Coach

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................Pocatello, ID Enrollment.................................................................. 15,041 Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................... Big Sky President.............................................. Dr. Arthur C. Vailas Athletic Director............................................... Jeff Tingey Facility.......................................................Davis Field/4,000 Nickname..................................................................Bengals Colors..................................................... Orange and Black

All Time: Weber State leads 7-6-1 Home: Weber State leads 3-2-1 Away: Tied 4-4-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 Postseason: Idaho State leads 2-0-0 Last Five: Idaho State leads 3-2 Streak: Idaho State W-1 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 1, 2008 Nov. 3, 2007 Nov. 3, 2006 Oct. 28, 2006 Oct. 15, 2005 Oct. 7, 2004 Oct. 11, 2003 Nov. 2, 2002 Nov. 11, 2001 Nov. 3, 2001 Sep. 13, 2000 Oct. 9, 1999 Oct. 30, 1998

A H A A # H A H A H H % A A H A

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

# Big Sky Championship Semifinals % Big Sky Championship Finals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..... Allison Gibson (Sonoma State,1995) Record at SAC..................................... 30-34-11 (4 years) Career Record.............................................................. Same 2009 Overall Record................................................ 10-8-0 2009 Conference Record... ..............................4-3-0/3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................ 14/8 Starters Returning/Lost................................................ 8/3 SPORTS INFORMATION Soccer SID......................................................... Katie Zigars SID Email................................................ zigakath@isu.edu SID Phone......................................................208-282-3651 SID Cell Phone.............................................208-406-3910 Website...........................................www.isubengals.com

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History & Records

Rebecca Ritchie wrapped up her four-year career last season with the Wildcats after claiming several top spots in the WSU record book. She leaves Weber State as the school’s all-time leader in career Goals Against Average and Shutouts, and is second in career Saves and Wins. WeberStateSports.com

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All-Time Results 1996 (Overall 7-7-2)

Home: 2-2-0 Away: 4-3-2, Neutral: 1-2-0 Big Sky: 0-0-0 9/6 at Brigham Young 9/7 at Chico State 9/8 vs. UC Davis 9/10 UTAH 9/15 at Sacramento State 9/21 SALT LAKE CC 9/27 PACIFIC 9/28 UTAH STATE 10/3 vs. Hawaii 10/4 at Sacramento State 10/6 at Wyoming 10/19 at Northwest Nazarene 10/21 at Albertson College 10/26 vs. Arizona State 10/27 at Montana 11/2 at Utah State

1998 (Overall 17-3-0) L 0-3 T 1-1 L 0-2 L 1-3 T 6-6 W 5-0 L 0-3 W(OT) 2-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 10-1 W 8-1 W 5-1 L 0-5 W 4-2

1997 (Overall 16-5-1)

Home: 8-0-2 Away: 7-5-0, Neutral: 3-0-0 Big Sky: 3-2-0 (T-2nd) 8/29 Northern Arizona W 9/1 at Air Force W 9/3 at Denver Univ. W 9/5 Texas-El Paso W 9/11 vs. Cal-St Fullerton W 9/13 at Brigham Young L 9/19 at Pacific W 9/20 at San Francisco St. W 9/26 at Cal St. Northridge W 9/28 at Loyola Marymount L 9/30 Utah State W 10/3 North Texas W 10/5 Oregon T 10/16 at Montana* L 10/18 vs. Gonzaga W 10/23 Portland State* W 10/26 Sacramento St.* W 10/28 at Utah W 10/31 at Cal St. Northridge* L 11/2 at Northern Arizona* W 11/7 vs. Sacramento St.@ W 11/9 at Montana@ L @ = BSC Championship, Missoula, MT

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

Home: 9-1-0 Away: 6-2-0, Neutral: 2-0-0 Big Sky: 6-1-0 (1st) 9/1 Boise State W 9/3 at Utah State L 9/5 at Brigham Young L 9/8 Utah W 9/12 Wyoming W 9/18 at Creighton W 9/20 vs. Wisc.-Green Bay W 9/25 Nevada-Las Vegas W 10/2 vs. Texas-El Paso W 10/4 at New Mexico W 10/9 at Montana* W 10/10 at Eastern Washington* W 10/13 Hawaii W 10/15 at Portland State* W 10/17 Sacramento State* W 10/22 Cal St. Northridge* W 10/24 Northern Arizona* L 10/30 at Idaho State* W 11/5 Eastern Washington@ W 11/7 Montana@ W(2OT) @ = BSC Championship, Ogden UT

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

1999 (Overall 7-11-0)

Home: 3-4-0 Away: 3-5-0, Neutral: 1-2-0 Big Sky: 6-1-0 (2nd) 9/1 at Nevada-Las Vegas L 9/5 Kansas L 9/10 vs. San Francisco L 9/11 at Hawaii L 9/18 at Wisc.-Milwaukee L 9/19 vs. Wisc.-Green Bay W(OT) 9/23 Pacific L 9/29 at Brigham Young L 10/1 at Utah L 10/4 Utah State L 10/9 Idaho State* W 10/14 Montana* L 10/16 Eastern Washington* W 10/21 Portland State* W 10/24 at Sacramento State* W 10/29 at Cal St. Northridge* W(OT) 10/31 at Northern Arizona* W 11/7 vs. Northern Arizona@ L @ = BSC Championship, Missoula MT

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2000 (Overall 4-12-2)

Home: 1-3-1 Away: 3-7-1, Neutral 0-2-0 Big Sky: 3-3-1 (6th) 8/26 at Brigham Young L 9/1 vs. Boise State L 9/2 at Idaho L(2OT) 9/4 Utah L 9/9 Creighton L 9/13 at Idaho State* L(OT) 9/15 at Pacific L 9/17 at Fresno State L 9/25 at UC Irvine T 9/29 at Santa Clara L 10/1 vs. Stanford L 10/3 at Utah State W 10/5 Cal St. Northridge* T 10/7 Northern Arizona* W 10/13 at Montana* L 10/15 at Eastern Washington* W 10/19 at Portland State* W 10/21 Sacramento State* L

2002 (Overall 5-12-1) 1-7 1-2 3-4 0-3 2-4 1-2 2-4 0-7 0-0 1-6 0-5 2-1 1-1 5-2 0-2 3-2 1-0 0-1

2001 (Overall 10-8-1)

Home: 6-2-1 Away: 3-4-0, Neutral 1-2-0 Big Sky: 6-0-0 (1st) 9/1 vs. Idaho L(OT) 9/2 at Boise State L(2OT) 9/7 vs. Air Force L 9/9 vs. Youngstown St. W 9/17 Utah State T 9/21 Wyoming W 9/22 Long Beach State W 9/25 Brigham Young L 9/28 at UC Santa Barbara L 9/30 at Cal St. Northridge L 10/5 at Utah L 10/11 Montana* W 10/13 Eastern Washington* W 10/19 at Portland State* W 10/21 at Northern Arizona* W 10/26 Sacramento State* W(OT) 11/3 at Idaho State* W 11/8 Sacramento State@ W 11/10 Idaho State@ L @ = BSC Championship, Ogden, UT

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Home: 3-4-0 Away: 2-7-1, Neutral 0-1-0 Big Sky: 1-5-0 (6th) 8/30 Southern Utah W 9/2 at Utah State L 9/5 Louisiana-Monroe# W 9/6 Akron# L 9/13 vs. San Diego State L 9/15 at Nevada-Las Vegas L 9/20 at Wyoming W 9/22 at Colorado College T(2OT) 9/27 at Hawaii W 9/29 at Hawaii L 10/5 Utah L 10/11 at Eastern Washington* L 10/13 at Montana* L 10/17 Northern Arizona* W(2OT) 10/19 Portland State* L 10/27 at Sacramento State* L 10/30 at Brigham Young L 11/2 Idaho State* L

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

2003 (Overall 6-10-3) 1-2 2-3 2-5 9-1 1-1 2-1 4-1 0-2 1-3 0-2 0-6 1-0 2-0 2-1 1-0 2-1 3-1 2-0 0-1

Home: 4-2-1 Away: 2-6-1, Neutral 0-2-1 Big Sky: 4-1-1 (1st) 8/29 vs. Kent State T(2OT) 8/31 vs. Iowa State L 9/4 Utah State# L 9/6 Wisconsin-Green Bay# T(2OT) 9/11 at Utah L 9/13 Nevada-Reno W 9/20 vs. San Diego State L 9/22 at Southern Utah W(2OT) 9/27 at Long Beach State L 9/30 at Brigham Young L 10/3 at Oregon State L 10/5 at Oregon L 10/11 at Idaho State* W 10/16 Eastern Washington* W 10/18 Montana* W 10/24 at Sacramento State* T(2OT) 10/26 at Portland State* L(OT) 11/1 Northern Arizona* W(2OT) 11/6 Montana@ L @ = BSC Championship, Ogden, UT

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2004 (Overall 8-10-2)

Home: 3-1-2 Away: 3-6-0, Neutral 2-3-0 Big Sky: 2-2-2 (4th) 8/27 Southern Utah W 2-1 8/30 at Utah State L 0-4 9/03 vs. Oregon L(OT) 2-3 9/04 vs. San Francisco L 1-4 9/07 at Nevada W 1-0 9/10 at #7 Portland L 0-4 9/12 vs #4 Washington L 0-2 9/17 at UTEP L 0-2 9/19 vs Texas Tech W 1-0 9/25 Arizona L 1-2 10/07 Idaho State* T(2OT) 1-1 10/09 Utah Valley State W 5-2 10/15 at Montana* L 1-2 10/17 at Eastern Washington L 1-2 10/21 Portland State* T(2OT) 0-0 10/23 Sacramento State* W 2-1 10/29 at Northern Arizona* W 1-0 11/05 at Portland State@ W 2-0 11/07 vs. Montana@ W 1-0 11/12 at #5 Portland% L 0-3 @ = BSC Championship, Portland, OR % = NCAA College Cup, 1st Rnd., Portland, OR

2005 (Overall 14-5-2)

Home: 9-0-0 Away: 4-4-0, Neutral: 1-1-2 Big Sky: 5-1-0 (1st) 8/26 at Utah Valley State W 1-0 8/28 at Arizona State L 2-5 9/2 at Brigham Young L 1-5 9/8 at Long Beach State L 0-1 9/10 vs. Hawaii T (2OT) 0-0 9/15 Idaho W 2-1 9/17 San Francisco W 4-2 9/23 vs. Northern Colorado W 4-1 9/25 at Drake W 3-1 10/1 Utah State W 1-0 10/6 North Dakota State W 1-0 10/9 at Portland State* L (OT) 1-2 10/15 at Idaho State* W 2-1 10/20 Eastern Washington W 2-1 10/23 at Montana* W 1-0 10/27 Northern Arizona* W 4-1 10/29 Sacramento State* W 4-1 11/3 Eastern Washington@ W 2-0 11/5 Northern Arizona@ W 4-1 11/10 vs. Brigham Young% T (3 OT)** 1-1 11/12 vs. Arizona$ L 0-1 @ = BSC Championship, Ogden UT % = NCAA College Cup, 1st Rnd., SLC, UT ** = Advanced on penalty kicks (4-3) $ = NCAA College Cup, 2nd Rnd., SLC, UT

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2006 (Overall 9-7-3)

Home: 2-3-0 Away: 2-4-2, Neutral: 5-0-1 Big Sky: 4-2-1 (T-2nd) 8/25 at Brigham Young L 8/29 at Utah State L 9/1 vs. Northern Iowa W 9/3 vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay W 9/8 vs. South Dakota State T (2OT) 9/10 at North Dakota State T (2OT) 9/15 vs. Iowa State W 9/17 vs. Ohio Univ. W 9/23 UTEP L (OT) 9/30 vs. Western Illinois W 10/1 at Southern Utah L (OT) 10/5 Sacramento State* L 10/7 Portland State* W 10/13 at Northern Colorado* W (OT) 10/15 at Northern Arizona* T (2OT) 10/19 at Eastern Washington* W 10/21 Montana* L 10/28 Idaho State* W (OT) 11/3 Idaho State@ L @ = BSC Championship, Pocatello, ID

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2007 (Overall 7-8-3)

Home: 4-2-0 Away: 2-5-3, Neutral: 1-1-0 Big Sky: 3-1-2 (2nd) 8/31 at USC L 9/7 vs. North Florida W 9/9 at UTEP W 9/12 Utah State L 9/14 Boise State W 9/19 Brigham Young L 9/21 at South Dakota State T (2OT) 9/23 at Creighton L 9/28 at Hawaii L 10/1 at BYU-Hawaii W 10/12 at Sacramento State* L (2OT) 10/14 at Portland State* T (2OT) 10/18 Northern Colorado* W 10/20 Northern Arizona* W 10/25 Eastern Washington* W (2OT) 10/28 at Montana* T (2OT) 11/3 at Idaho State L 11/9 vs. Northern Colorado@ L @ = BSC Championship, Sacramento, CA

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2008 (Overall 9-10-2)

Home: 6-3-1 Away: 3-6-1, Neutral: 0-1-0 Big Sky: 5-2-0 (1st) 8/22 Seattle L 1-2 8/28 North Dakota W 3-0 8/31 at Boise State T (2OT) 2-2 9/5 at Arizona L 0-4 9/7 at Arizona State L 0-4 9/12 UTEP W 2-0 9/19 at UC Irvine L 2-3 9/21 vs. CS Bakersfield L 1-2 9/26 at Oregon State W (OT) 2-1 9/28 at Oregon L 0-1 10/5 Gonzaga T (2OT) 0-0 10/9 Montana* W 1-0 10/12 at Eastern Washington* W (2OT) 2-1 10/17 at Northern Arizona* W 1-0 10/19 at Northern Colorado* L 1-2 10/23 Portland State* W 2-0 10/25 Sacramento State* L 0-1 10/28 at Brigham Young L 0-1 11/1 Idaho State W 2-0 11/6 Montana@ W 1-0 11/8 Northern Arizona@ L 1-2 @ = BSC Championship, Ogden, UT

2009 (Overall 6-12-0)

Home: 3-4-0 Away: 3-6-1, Neutral: 0-1-0 Big Sky: 2-5-0 (T-7th) 8/21 Westminster W 8/28 Maine W 9/2 at Utah W 9/11 vs. Arkansas State# W 9/13 at UTEP# L 9/18 vs. TCU% L 9/20 at Texas Tech% L 9/25 at Washington State L 9/27 at Idaho L 10/3 Oregon L (2OT) 10/8 Eastern Washington* L 10/11 at Montana* L 10/15 Northern Colorado* W 10/17 Northern Arizona* L 10/23 at Sacramento State* W 10/25 at Portland State* L 10/28 Brigham Young L 10/31 at Idaho State* L # at UTEP Tournament % at Texas Tech Tournament

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Weber State vs. All Opponents Air Force Academy.......................... 1-1 Akron...............................................0-1 Albertson College............................ 1-0 Arkansas State................................ 1-0 Arizona............................................ 0-3 Arizona State................................... 1-2 Boise State...................................2-2-1 Brigham Young...........................0-14-1 BYU-Hawaii..................................... 1-0 Cal Davis.........................................0-1 Cal-State Bakersfield....................... 0-1 Cal-State Fullerton.......................... 1-0 Cal-State Northridge.....................3-2-1 Chico State...................................0-0-1 Colorado College..........................0-0-1 Creighton......................................... 1-2 Denver............................................. 1-0 Dixie State College.......................6-1-1 Drake...............................................1-0 Eastern Washington...................... 11-3 Fresno State.................................... 0-1 Gonzaga.......................................1-0-1 Hawaii...........................................2-4-1 Idaho...............................................1-3 Idaho State...................................7-6-1 Iowa State....................................... 1-1 Kansas............................................0-1 Kent State.....................................0-0-1 Long Beach State............................ 1-2 Louisiana-Monroe............................ 1-0 Loyola Marymount........................... 0-1 Maine...............................................1-0 Montana.....................................8-10-1 New Mexico..................................... 1-0 Nevada-Las Vegas.......................... 1-2 Nevada............................................ 2-0 North Dakota................................... 1-0 North Dakota State.......................1-0-1 North Florida.................................... 1-0 North Texas..................................... 1-0 Northern Arizona........................12-4-1 Northern Colorado........................... 4-2 Northern Iowa.................................. 1-0 Northwest Nazarene........................ 1-0 Ohio.................................................1-0 Oregon.........................................0-4-1 Oregon State................................... 1-1 Pacific..............................................0-3 Portland........................................... 0-2

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Portland State...............................8-4-2 Sacramento State.........................9-6-2 Salt Lake CC................................... 2-0 San Diego State.............................. 0-2 San Fransisco................................. 1-2 San Francisco State........................ 1-0 Santa Clara..................................... 0-1 Seattle University............................ 0-1 South Dakota State......................0-0-2 Southern California.......................... 0-1 Southern Utah................................. 4-1 Stanford........................................... 0-1 TCU.................................................0-1 Texas-El Paso................................. 4-3 Texas Tech....................................... 1-1 UC Irvine......................................0-1-1 UC Santa Barbara........................... 0-1 Utah.................................................3-6 Utah State....................................4-7-1 Utah Valley State............................. 2-0 Washington...................................... 0-1 Washington State............................ 0-1 Western Illinois................................ 1-0 Westminster College....................... 1-0 Wisc.-Green Bay..........................3-0-1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee...................... 0-1 Wyoming.......................................... 4-0 Youngstown State............................ 1-0 Conference-by-Conference vs. America East.............. 1-0-0 (1.000) vs. Atlantic Sun................ 1-0-0 (1.000) vs. Big Sky..................... 60-34-5 (.658) vs. Big-12.......................... 2-3-0 (.500) vs. Big West..................... 7-16-2 (.320) vs. Conference USA.......... 2-2-0 (.500) vs. Horizon........................ 4-1-1 (.750) vs. MAC............................. 1-1-1 (.500) vs. Mid-Continent.............. 4-1-0 (.800) vs. Missouri Valley............. 3-2-0 (.600) vs. Mountain West......... 10-26-1 (.279) vs. PAC-10....................... 2-14-1 (.179) vs. Pacific West............... 1-0-0 (1.000) vs. Southland................... 1-0-0 (1.000) vs. Summit League............ 0-0-1 (.500) vs. Sun Belt..................... 1-0-0 (1.000) vs. United Soccer.............. 0-0-2 (.500) vs. WAC........................... 9-10-1 (.500) vs. West Coast.................. 2-6-1 (.278) WeberStateSports.com


All-Time Record In...

Overall Matches.................................................................................... 119-110-22 (.522) Big Sky Overall............................................................................................58-30-5 (.658) Big Sky Reg. Season..................................................................................49-24-7 (.665) vs. non-conference opponents..................................................................61-80-16 (.442) At Home......................................................................................................58-27-7 (.676) On the Road.............................................................................................. 44-65-11 (.416) Neutral Site..................................................................................................17-18-4 (.487) Wildcat Soccer Field....................................................................................50-25-5 (.665) Lew Joseph Memorial Field.............................................................................8-2-2 (.750) Big Sky Championship Tournament...................................................................9-7 (.563) Big Sky Championship Semifinals......................................................................6-4 (.600) Big Sky Championship Finals.............................................................................3-3 (.500) NCAA College Cup........................................................................................ 0-2-1* (.167) Overall Postseason....................................................................................... 9-9-1* (.500) One-goal Matches..........................................................................................61-53 (.535) Shutouts:.....................................................................................................63-65-6 (.496) Overtime Matches.......................................................................................13-9-22 (.444) One-overtime Matches.......................................................................................7-6 (.538) Two-overtime Matches..................................................................................6-3-22 (.548) Penalty kick shootouts......................................................................................1-0 (1.000) * Advanced past BYU on penalty kicks (2005). August.............................................................................................................5-8-2 (.400) September.................................................................................................41-58-10 (.422) October........................................................................................................59-34-9 (.635) November.................................................................................................... 14-11-1 (.558)

All-Time Record When...

Scoring one goal.........................................................................................31-29-9 (.522) Scoring two-or-more goals..........................................................................89-14-6 (.844) Scoring two goals........................................................................................49-12-4 (.785) Scoring more than two goals.........................................................................39-2-2 (.930) Scoring three goals.......................................................................................17-2-1 (.875) Scoring four goals.......................................................................................15-0-0 (1.000) Scoring five-or-more goals..............................................................................8-0-1 (.944) Scoring first................................................................................................106-10-7 (.890) Opponent scores first.................................................................................13-101-9 (.145) Leading at halftime.........................................................................................66-4-2 (.931) Trailing at halftime.......................................................................................... 6-75-7 (.110) Tied at halftime...........................................................................................47-31-13 (.588) More shots attempted.................................................................................95-28-12 (.748) Fewer shots attempted...............................................................................19-81-10 (.222) More corner kicks.......................................................................................73-38-13 (.641) Fewer corner kicks.......................................................................................37-60-6 (.388)

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Team Season Records WINS 1. 1998................................................17 2. 1997................................................16 3. 2005................................................14 4. 2001................................................10 5. 2008..................................................9 2006..................................................9 7. 2004..................................................8 8. 2007..................................................7 1999..................................................7 1996..................................................7 FEWEST WINS 1. 1998.................................................... CONSECUTIVE WINS 1. 1998................................................13 2. 2005..................................................7 3. 2001..................................................7 2005..................................................6 5. 1999..................................................5 6. 1997..................................................5 CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 1. 2009..................................................8 2. 1999..................................................5 3. 2003..................................................4 2002..................................................4 2002..................................................4 2001..................................................4 1999..................................................4 CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS 1. 2004-05..........................................10 2. 1997-98............................................9 3. 1996-97............................................5 HOME UNBEATEN STREAK 1. 1996-98............................15 (14-0-1) 2. 2004-05............................ 13 (11-0-2) GOALS 1. 1997................................................50 2. 1996................................................43 3. 2005................................................40 4. 2001................................................35

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5. 1998................................................34 6. 2006................................................33 7. 2008................................................24 8. 2004................................................22 9. 2000................................................22 10. 2007................................................20 FEWEST GOALS 1. 2009................................................15 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 1. 1998................................................12 2. 2006................................................21 3. 2003................................................23 4. 2007................................................25 2005................................................25 6. 2008................................................26 1999................................................26 8. 1997................................................30 9. 2001................................................31 1996................................................31 MOST GOALS ALLOWED 1. 2001................................................31 1996................................................31 1997................................................30 1999................................................26 ASSISTS 1. 1997................................................43 2. 2005................................................39 3. 2001................................................34 1998................................................34 5. 2006................................................31 6. 1996................................................23 7. 2004................................................22 2000................................................22 9. 2008................................................18 10. 2003................................................17 FEWEST ASSISTS 1. 2009................................................15 2. 2003................................................17 POINTS 1. 1997..............................................143 2. 2005..............................................119 3. 1996..............................................108 WeberStateSports.com


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2001..............................................104 1998..............................................102 2006................................................97 2008................................................66 2004................................................66 2000................................................66

FEWEST POINTS 1. 2009................................................45 2. 2008................................................66 2004................................................66 2000................................................66 SHOTS 1. 1997..............................................381 2. 1998..............................................371 3. 2005..............................................353 4. 2008..............................................330 5. 2007..............................................325 6. 2006..............................................309 7. 1996..............................................295 8. 2001..............................................273 9. 2003..............................................260 9. 2002..............................................246 FEWEST SHOTS 1. 2009..............................................206 FEWEST SHOTS ALLOWED 1. 1996..............................................193 2. 2006..............................................212 3. 1997..............................................224 4. 1999..............................................244 5. 2007..............................................249 6. 2005..............................................256 7. 1998..............................................268 8. 2001..............................................271 9. 2004..............................................278 10. 2008..............................................279 MOST SHOTS AGAINST 1. 2009..............................................325 FOULS COMMITTED 1. 2001..............................................288 2. 1999..............................................274 FEWEST FOULS COMMITTED 1. 1996..............................................148 WeberStateSports.com

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LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 1998.............................................0.58 2. 2006.............................................1.04 3. 2003.............................................1.14 4. 2005.............................................1.16 5. 2008.............................................1.20 6. 1997.............................................1.31 7. 2007.............................................1.32 8. 1999.............................................1.44 9. 2001.............................................1.56 10. 2009.............................................1.59 HIGHEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2004.............................................1.61 MOST SHUTOUTS 1. 1998................................................11 2. 2008..................................................8 3. 2007..................................................7 2003..................................................7 1997..................................................7 6. 2005..................................................6 2004..................................................6 8. 2006..................................................5 1999..................................................5 10. 2009..................................................4 2001..................................................4 FEWEST SHUTOUTS 1. 2009..................................................4 2001..................................................4 CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 1. 2007..................................................4 2003..................................................4 1999..................................................4 CONSECUTIVE MATCHES BEING SHUTOUT 1. 1999..................................................5 2. 2009..................................................4 CONSECUTIVE MATCHES SCORING A GOAL 1. 1997-98..........................................19 2. 2005................................................15 3. 1996-97..........................................14

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Team Single Match Records GOALS 1. at NW Nazarene (10/19/96)............10 2. vs. Youngstown State (9/9/01)..........9 3. at Albertson College (10/21/96)........8 4. at Sacramento State (9/15/96).........6 5. Utah Valley State (10/9/04)...............5 Northern Arizona (10/7/00)...............5 at Northern Arizona (11/2/97)............5 vs. Arizona State (10/26/96).............5 Salt Lake CC (9/21/96).....................5 GOALS ALLOWED ASSISTS 1. vs. Youngstown State (9/9/01)........11 2. Utah Valley State (10/9/04)...............7 at Albertson College (10/19/96)........7 4. Long Beach State (9/22/01)..............6 Northern Arizona (10/7/00)...............6 Eastern Washington (10/16/99)........6 7. vs. Western Illinois (9/30/06)............5 Northern Colorado (9/23/05).............5 ASSISTS ALLOWED POINTS 1. Youngstown State (9/9/01).............29 2. at NW Nazarene (10/19/96)............24 3. at Albertson College (10/19/96)......23 4. Utah Valley State (10/9/04).............17 5. Northern Arizona (10/7/00).............16 6. Long Beach State (9/22/01)............14 Eastern Washington (10/16/99)......14 Salt Lake CC (9/21/96)...................14 9. vs. Western Illinois (9/30/06)..........13 Northern Colorado (9/23/05)...........13 at Sacramento State (9/15/96).......13

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50 Point Club

65 Linsey McFarland Hooper, UT • 2003-2006 • 25 G, 15 A

54 Rochelle Hoover Sandy, UT • 2002-2005 • 17 G, 20 A WeberStateSports.com

65 Tara Ferrin Layton, UT • 1996-1998 • 25 G, 15 A

51 Natalie Hensley Ogden, UT • 2000-2001 • 19 G, 13 A Wildcat Soccer -- 85


15 Goal Club

Linsey McFarland • 25

Tara Ferrin • 25

Rochelle Hoover • 17

Natalie Blaylock • 21

Lisa Anthony • 16

Natalie Hensley • 19

Celeste Collins • 15

15 Assist Club

Rochelle Hoover • 20

Hayley McCoy • 17

Linsey McFarland • 15

Mary Bates • 15

Tara Ferrin • 15

Lisa Anthony • 15

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Individual Career Leaders POINTS 1. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).......65 Tara Ferrin (1996-1998).................65 3. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005.........54 4. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001).........51 5. Natalie Blaylock (2004-2007).........49 6. Lisa Anthony (1996-1998).............47 7. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)............45 8. Celeste Collins (1997-2000)..........42 9. Mary Bates (1996-1998)................35 10. Kacey McDonald (2001-2004).......31 POINTS PER GAME 1. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001).......1.46 2. Lei Anne Shupe (1996-1997).......1.19 3. Lisa Anthony (1996-1998)...........1.12 4. Tara Ferrin (1996-1998)...............1.12 5. Heidi Merrill (1996)......................1.00 6. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).... .84 7. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005)..... .72 8. Natalie Blaylock (2004-2007)...... .69 9. Jamie Jensen (1996-1997).......... .68 10. Mary Bates (1996-1998).............. .64 GOALS 1. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).......25 Tara Ferrin (1996-1998).................25 3. Natalie Blaylock (2004-2007).........21 4. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001).........19 5. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005).......17 6. Lisa Anthony (1996-1998).............16 7. Celeste Collins (1997-2000)..........15 8. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)............14 9. Kacey McDonald (2001-2004).......12 10. Melanie Miller (1996-1999)............11 GOALS PER GAME 1. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001)...... 2. Heidi Merrill (1996)...................... 3. Lei Anne Shupe (1996-97)........... 4. Tara Ferrin (1996-1998)............... 5. Lisa Anthony (1996-1998)........... 6. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).... Naomi Felix (2004)...................... 8. Natalie Blaylock (2004-2007)...... 9. Jamie Jensen (1996-1997).......... 10. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005)..... WeberStateSports.com

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ASSISTS 1. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005).......20 2. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)............17 3. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006........15 Mary Bates (1996-1998)................15 Lisa Anthony (1996-1998).............15 Tara Ferrin (1996-1998).................15 7. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001).........13 8. Celeste Collins (1997-2000)..........10 Melanie Miller (1996-1999)............10 10. Ashley Wood (2002-2005)...............8 ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001)...... .37 2. Lisa Anthony (1996-1998)........... .36 3. Shay Hansen (2000).................... .29 4. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005)..... .27 5. Mary Bates (1996-1998).............. .26 6. Tara Ferrin (1996-1998)............... .26 7. Lei Anne Shupe (1996-1997)....... .24 8. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008).......... .23 9. Kelsie Ehlers (2006-2008)........... .22 Sarai Heminger (2001)................ .22 SHOTS 1. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)..........268 2. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005).....202 3. Melanie Miller (1996-1999)..........171 4. Tara Ferrin (1996-1998)...............154 5. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006)....142 6. Celeste Collins (1997-2000)........133 7. Natalie Hensley (2000-2001).......127 8. Kacey McDonald (2001-2004).....121 9. Anna Neisen (2000-2003)...........103.. 10. Mary Bates (1996-1998)................95 GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006)......12 2. Celeste Collins (1997-2000)............8 3. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)..............6 Natalie Blaylock (2004-2007)..........6 Natalie Hensley (2000-2001)...........6 Tara Ferrin (1996-1998)...................6 7. Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005).........5 Lisa Anthony (1996-1998)...............5 9. Mary Bates (1996-1998)..................4 Jamie Jensen (1996-1997)..............4

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GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Rebecca Ritchie (2006-2009)......1.26 2. Quincey Blood-Pearce (‘96-’97)...1.45 3. Melanie Stratford (2001-2003)....1.47 4. Meagan Thunell (1998-2001).....1.51 5. Kandice Golar (2001-2005)........1.51 6. Amber Ivie (1996-1997)..............1.71 SAVES 1. Meagan Thunell (1998-2001)......411 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2006-2009).......381 3. Kandice Golar (2001-2005).........249 Melanie Stratford (2001-2004).....249 5. Quincey Blood-Pearce (‘96-’97)..124 6. Amber Ivie (1996-1997).................47 7. Sarah Cortez (2003-2006).............27 8. Kim Madsen (1997-1998)..............15 9. Dana Chapman (1999)..................12 10. Breona Bateman (2000-2001).........9 SHUTOUTS 1. Rebecca Ritchie (2006-2009).........21 2. Meagan Thunell (1998-2001).....19.5 3. Melanie Stratford (2001-2004).......11 4. Kandice Golar (2001-2005).............7 5. Quincey Blood-Pearce (‘96-’97)...6.5 6. Amber Ivie-Smith (1996-1997).....3.5 7. Sarah Cortez (2003-2006)...............2 8. Karen Long (2005)............................1 Kim Madsen (1997-1998)................1 MOST WINS 1. Meagan Thunell (1998-2001)........31 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2006-2009).........29 3. Kandice Golar (2001-2005)............17 Melanie Stratford (2001-2004)........17 Quincey Blood-Pearce (‘96-’97).....17 6. Amber Ivie-Smith (1996-1997).........6 7. Sarah Cortez (2003-2006)................3 8. Kim Madsen (1997-1998).................2 9. Dana Chapman (1999) ....................1 GAMES PLAYED 1. Tara Swallow (1997-2000).............78 Celeste Collins (1997-2000)..........78 3. Shelli Gough (2004-2007)..............77 Cassidy Williams (2004-2007)........77 Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).......77 6. Melanie Miller (1996-1999)............76

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Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)............75 Ashley Wood (2002-2005).............75 Rochelle Hoover (2002-2005).......75 Kacey McDonald (2001-2004).......75 Deedra Russell (1996-1999).........75

GAMES STARTED 1. Tara Swallow (1997-2000).............78 2. Cassidy Williams (2004-2007)........75 3. Hayley McCoy (2005-2008)............74 4. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).......73 Anna Neisen (2000-2003)..............73 6. Shelli Gough (2004-2007)..............72 Ashley Wood (2002-2005).............72 8. Becky Clark (2001-2004)...............70 9. Amber Bailey (1996-1999).............69 Melanie Miller (1996-1999)............69 CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED 1. Tara Swallow (1997-2000).............78 2. Shelli Gough (2004-2007)..............70 3. Linsey McFarland (2003-2006).......68

Individual Season Records GOALS 1. Rochelle Hoover (2005).................11 2. Linsey McFarland (2005)...............10 Tara Ferrin (1996)..........................10 Natalie Hensley (2000)..................10 5. Natalie Blaylock (2006).....................9 Natalie Hensley (2001)....................9 Tara Ferrin (1997)............................9 Lei Anne Shupe (1996)....................9 9. Linsey McFarland (2006)..................8 Celeste Collins (1998).....................8 Jamie Jensen (1997).......................8 ASSISTS 1. Lisa Anthony (1998).......................10 Tara Ferrin (1997)..........................10 3. Linsey McFarland (2005).................9 4. Rochelle Hoover (2005)...................8 Natalie Hensley (2001)....................8 Mary Bates (1998)...........................8 7. Rochelle Hoover (2004)...................7 8. Jessie Baddley (2009)......................6 Hayley McCoy (2008).......................6 WeberStateSports.com


Linsey McFarland (2006)..................6 Melanie Miller (1999).......................6 Jamie Jensen (1997).......................6

POINTS 1. Rochelle Hoover (2005).................30 2. Linsey McFarland (2005)...............29 3. Tara Ferrin (1997)..........................28 4. Natalie Hensley (2001)..................26 5. Natalie Hensley (2001)..................25 6. Tara Ferrin (1996)..........................24 7. Linsey McFarland (2006)................22 Lisa Anthony (1998).......................22 Jamie Jensen (1997).....................22 Lei Anne Shupe (1996)..................22 11. Natalie Blaylock (2006)...................20

Melanie Stratford (2002)................18 7. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)..................19 8. Rebecca Ritchie (2008)..................21 9. Meagan Thunell (1999)..................23 10. Kandice Golar (2005)....................24 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Meagan Thunell (1998)...............0.41 2. Melanie Stratford (2003).............0.95 3. Rebecca Ritchie (2008)...............1.03 4. Quincey Blood-Pearce (1997)....1.06 5. Kandice Golar (2005).................1.17 6. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)...............1.21 7. Meagan Thunell (2001)...............1.31 8. Rebecca Rtichie (2007)...............1.40 Meagan Thunell (1999)...............1.40

SHOTS 1. Hayley McCoy (2008).....................86 2. Rochelle Hoover (2005).................72 3. Hayley McCoy (2007).....................69 Natalie Hensley (2000)..................69 5. Linsey McFarland (2005)...............61 Hayley McCoy (2005)....................61 7. Tara Ferrin (1997)..........................60 8. Natalie Hensley (2001)..................57 9. Tara Ferrin (1998)..........................56 10. Lei Anne Shupe (1996)..................53

SAVES 1. Meagan Thunell (2000)................130 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2009)................120 3. Meagan Thunell (1998)................112 4. Meagan Thunell (1999)................105 5. Rebecca Ritchie (2008)................104 6. Kandice Golar (2005)..................102 7. Melanie Stratford (2004)................86 8. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)..................83 9. Rebecca Rtichie (2007)..................74 10. Melanie Stratford (2003)................73

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Linsey McFarland (2005).................5 Natalie Hensley (2001)....................5 Celeste Collins (1998).....................5 4. Hayley McCoy (2008).......................3 Whitney Smith (2008).......................3 Rochelle Hoover (2005)...................3 Natalie Blaylock (2005)....................3 Linsey McFarland (2003).................3 Jamie Jensen (1997).......................3

SHUTOUTS 1. Meagan Thunell (1998).................9.5 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2008)....................8 3. Kandice Golar (2005)......................6 Melanie Stratford (2003)..................6 5. Rebecca Ritchie (2007)....................5 6. Meagan Thunell (1999).................4.5 Quincey Blood-Pearce (1997)......4.5 8. Rebecca Ritchie (2009)....................4 Rebecca Ritchie (2006)....................4 Melanie Stratford (2004)..................4 Meagan Thunell (1999)....................4

GOALKEEPERS (Minimum 900 minutes played) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 1. Meagan Thunell (1998)....................7 2. Melanie Stratford (2003)................12 3. Quincey Blood-Pearce (1997).......15 4. Meagan Thunell (2001)..................16 5. Rebecca Ritchie (2007)..................18 WeberStateSports.com

MOST WINS 1. Meagan Thunell (‘98) . .....[15-2]..... 15 2. Kandice Golar (‘05) . ...... [13-5-2].... 13 3. Q. Blood-Pearce (‘97).......[12-2]..... 12 4. Rebecca Ritchie (‘08)...... [9-7-2]....... 9 Rebecca Ritchie (‘06)...... [9-7-1]....... 9 6. Melanie Stratford (‘04)..... [6-8-1]....... 6

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Meagan Thunell (‘99)........[6-11]....... 6 Meagan Thunell (‘01).........[6-6]........ 6 Rebecca Ritchie (‘07)...... [5-5-2]....... 5 10. Melanie Stratford (‘03)..... [5-6-1]....... 5 Q. Blood-Pearce (‘96)........[5-6]........ 5 CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS STREAK 1. Meagan Thunell.......................490:34 (1999 - Spanning seven games) 2. Rebecca Ritchie......................485:13 (2007 - Spanning five games) 3. Melanie Stratford.....................481:53 (2003 - Spanning six games) 4. Meagan Thunell.......................421:38 (1998 - Spanning five games)

Freshmen Individual Season Records GAMES STARTED 1. Hayley McCoy (2005)....................21 Ashtyn Webster (2005)...................21 3. Lauren Parkhurst (2007).................18 Cassidy Williams (2004)................18 Ashley Wood (2002)......................18 Becky Clark (2001)........................18 Natalie Hensley (2000)..................18 Anna Neisen (2000).......................18 9. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)..................17 10. Melanie Miller (1996).....................16

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Tiffany Roundy (1997).....................5 Kacey McDonald (2001)..................4 Ari Wood (2008)................................3 Kierstin Wood (2008)........................3 Linsey McFarland (2003).................3 Tiffany Foerster (2002)....................3 Debbie VudhiVadhana (1999)..........3 Jenny Nelson (1996).......................3 Lisa Anthony (1996).........................3

ASSISTS 1. Hayley McCoy (2005)......................5 Natalie Hensley (2000)....................5 3. Celeste Collins (1997).....................4 4. Kelsie Ehlers (2006).........................3 Kelly Gaughan (2006).......................3 Zheila Reyhani (2004).....................3 7. Lauren Parkhurst (2007)...................2 Amanda Anderson (1999)................2 Crystal Lunsford (1997)...................2 Jenny Nelson (1996).......................2 Lisa Anthony (1996).........................2 GAME WINNING GOALS 1. Linsey McFarland (2003).................3 2. Lauren Parkhurst (2007)...................2 Hayley McCoy (2005)......................2 Naomi Felix (2004)..........................2 Tiffany Foerster (2002)....................2 Celeste Collins (1997).....................2 Tiffany Roundy (1997).....................2

POINTS 1. Natalie Hensley (2000)..................25 2. Hayley McCoy (2005)....................15 3. Celeste Collins (1997)...................14 4. Naomi Felix (2004)........................12 5. Tiffany Roundy (1997)...................10 6. Kacey McDonald (2001)..................9 7. Jenny Nelson (1996).......................8 Lisa Anthony (1996).........................8 Kristen Burnett (1998).....................8

SHOTS 1. Natalie Hensley (2000)..................70 2. Hayley McCoy (2005)....................61 3. Rochelle Hoover (2002).................44 4. Lauren Parkhurst (2007).................39 5. Ari Wood (2008)..............................37 6. Celeste Collins (1997)...................34 7. Kacey McDonald (2001)................32 8. Melanie Miller (1996).....................29 9. Kierstin Wood (2008)......................24 10. Kelsie Ehlers (2006).......................22 Josalyn Jentzsch (1998)................22

GOALS 1. Natalie Hensley (2000)..................10 2. Naomi Felix (2004)..........................6 3. Hayley McCoy (2005)......................5 Celeste Collins (1997).....................5

SAVES 1. Meagan Thunell (1998)................112 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)..................83 3. Kandice Golar (2001)....................34

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4. Deysha Victorine (2007).................29 4. Melanie Stratford (2001)................23 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (Minimum 300 minutes) 1. Meagan Thunell (1998)...............0.41 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)...............1.07 3. Deysha Victorine (2007)..............1.14 3. Melanie Stratford (2001).............1.16 4. Kandice Golar (2001).................2.72 SHUTOUTS 1. Meagan Thunell (1998)..................9.5 2. Rebecca Ritchie (2006)....................4

Meagan Thunell holds all the major individual season records for Wildcat goalkeepers. During the 1998 season, Thunell’s school record 0.413 GAA ranked 4th in the nation.

Natalie Hensley produced the best offensive season for a freshman in the history of the Wildcat soccer program in 2000. That season Hensley recorded 25 points on 10 goals and 5 assists.

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Individual Single Match Records MOST GOALS 3 Linsey McFarland..................... Ohio........................................................... 09/17/06 3 Rochelle Hoover....................... Sacramento State...................................... 10/29/05 3 Jamie Jensen........................... Northern Arizona........................................ 11/02/97 3 Lei Anne Shupe........................ Northwest Nazarene.................................. 10/19/96 2 Hayley McCoy........................... at Eastern Washington.............................. 10/12/08 2 Alyssa Foutz............................. at UC Irvine................................................ 09/19/08 2 Kierstin Wood........................... UTEP......................................................... 09/12/08 2 Natalie Blaylock........................ Portland State............................................ 10/07/06 2 Shelli Gough............................. Iowa State.................................................. 09/15/06 2 Linsey McFarland..................... Iowa State.................................................. 09/15/06 2 Rochelle Hoover....................... No. Arizona(BSC Championship).............. 11/05/05 2 Natalie Blaylock........................ Eastern Washington.................................. 10/20/05 2 Linsey McFarland..................... Northern Colorado..................................... 09/23/05 2 Linsey McFarland..................... Idaho.......................................................... 09/15/05 2 Naomi Felix............................... Oregon....................................................... 09/03/04 2 Kacey McDonald...................... Northern Arizona........................................ 10/17/02 2 Kaleen Grant............................ Southern Utah............................................ 08/30/02 2 Tiffany Foerster......................... Hawaii........................................................ 09/27/02 2 Natalie Hensley........................ Youngstown State...................................... 09/09/01 2 Kami Kelley............................... Youngstown State...................................... 09/09/01 2 Kacey McDonald...................... Youngstown State...................................... 09/09/01 2 Natalie Hensley........................ Boise State................................................ 09/02/01 2 Natalie Hensley........................ Eastern Washington.................................. 10/15/00 2 Natalie Hensley........................ Northern Arizona........................................ 10/07/00 2 Natalie Hensley........................ Idaho.......................................................... 09/02/00 2 Debbie VudhiVadhana.............. E. Washington........................................... 10/16/99 2 Celeste Collins.......................... UTEP......................................................... 10/02/98 2 Celeste Collins.......................... Wyoming.................................................... 09/12/98 2 Lisa Anthony............................. Cal-State Fullerton..................................... 09/11/97 2 Tiffany Roundy.......................... Air Force.................................................... 09/01/97 2 Lei Anne Shupe........................ Utah State.................................................. 11/02/96 2 Tara Ferrin................................ Arizona State............................................. 10/26/96 2 Mary Bates............................... Arizona State............................................. 10/26/96 2 Tara Ferrin................................ Albertson’s College.................................... 10/21/96 2 Lei Anne Shupe........................ Albertson’s College.................................... 10/21/96 2 Lisa Anthony............................. Northwest Nazarene.................................. 10/19/96 2 Tara Ferrin................................ Utah State.................................................. 09/28/96 MOST ASSISTS 3 Linsey McFarland..................... Northern Arizona........................................ 10/27/05 3 Rochelle Hoover....................... Utah Valley State....................................... 10/09/04 3 Natalie Hensley........................ Youngstown St........................................... 09/09/01 2 Hayley McCoy........................... Idaho State................................................ 11/01/08 2 Kelsie Ehlers............................. Boise State................................................ 09/14/07 2 Linsey McFarland..................... Western Illinois.......................................... 09/30/06

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Natalie Hensley (above left) recorded five multi-goal games during her two years at Weber State, the most in Wildcat history. Linsey McFarland (above right) became the fourth Wildcat to record a hat-trick as she tallied three times against Ohio in 2006. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Hayley McCoy........................... South Dakota State................................... 09/08/06 Linsey McFarland..................... No. Arizona (BSC Championship)............. 11/05/05 Hayley McCoy........................... Northern Colorado..................................... 09/23/05 Rochelle Hoover....................... San Francisco............................................ 09/17/05 Shelli Gough............................. Idaho.......................................................... 09/15/05 Natalie Hensley........................ Long Beach St........................................... 09/22/01 Anna Neisen............................. Wyoming.................................................... 09/21/01 Sarai Heminger......................... Youngstown St........................................... 09/09/01 Eleshia Miltenberger................. Youngstown St........................................... 09/09/01 Shay Hansen............................ Northern Arizona........................................ 10/07/00 Celeste Collins.......................... Northern Arizona........................................ 10/07/00 Amber Bailey............................ Eastern Washington.................................. 10/16/99 Lisa Anthony............................. Montana(BSC Championship)................... 11/07/98 Lisa Anthony............................. UNLV......................................................... 09/25/98 Mary Bates............................... University of Utah...................................... 09/08/98 Mary Bates............................... Boise State................................................ 09/01/98 Deedra Russell......................... Northern Arizona........................................ 11/02/97 Tara Ferrin................................ Utah State.................................................. 09/30/97 Tara Ferrin................................ Northern Arizona........................................ 08/29/97

MOST POINTS 7 Rochelle Hoover....................... Sacramento State...................................... 10/29/05 7 Natalie Hensley........................ Youngstown St........................................... 09/09/01 WeberStateSports.com

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Lei Anne Shupe........................ Northwest Nazarene.................................. 10/19/96 Linsey McFarland .................... Ohio........................................................... 09/17/06 Jamie Jensen........................... Northern Arizona........................................ 11/02/97 Linsey McFarland..................... Northern Arizona........................................ 10/27/05 Rochelle Hoover....................... Utah Valley State....................................... 10/09/04 Natalie Hensley........................ Northern Arizona........................................ 10/07/00 Kami Kelley............................... Youngstown St........................................... 09/09/01

MOST SAVES 16 Meagan Thunell........................ University of Utah...................................... 09/08/98 16 Meagan Thunell........................ University of Utah...................................... 10/01/99 14 Kandice Golar........................... Boise State................................................ 09/02/01 13 Rebecca Ritchie....................... Texas-El Paso............................................ 09/23/06 13 Melanie Stratford...................... Portland..................................................... 10/12/04 13 Melanie Stratford...................... University of Utah...................................... 10/05/02 13 Meagan Thunell........................ UC Irvine.................................................... 09/24/00 13 Quincey Blood-Pearce.............. UC Davis.................................................... 09/08/96 12 Melanie Stratford...................... Oregon....................................................... 09/03/04 12 Kandice Golar........................... Utah........................................................... 09/11/03 12 Kandice Golar........................... Wisconsin-Green Bay................................ 09/06/03 12 Kandice Golar........................... Colorado College....................................... 09/22/02 12 Kandice Golar........................... Utah State.................................................. 09/17/01 12 Meagan Thunell........................ Pacific........................................................ 09/23/99 12 Meagan Thunell........................ UNLV......................................................... 09/25/98 11 Kandice Golar........................... Brigham Young (NCAA Tourn.).................. 11/10/05 11 Meagan Thunell........................ University of Utah...................................... 09/04/00 11 Meagan Thunell........................ Cal State Northridge.................................. 10/29/99 11 Quincey Blood-Pearce.............. Pacific........................................................ 09/27/96

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Wildcat Soccer Milestones GOALS 1st........................................................Jenny Nelson (9/7/96 • 1-1 T at Chico State) 50th......................................................... Tiffany Roundy (9/1/97 • 4-2 W Air Force) 100th...........................................................Josalyn Jentzsch (9/8/98 • 2-0 W Utah) 150th..............................................Natalie Hensley (9/13/2000 • 1-2 L at Idaho St.) 200th................................................. Kacey McDonald (11/8/01 • 2-0 W Sac State) 250th.............................................. Kacey McDonald (10/15/04 • 1-2 L at Montana) 300th.........................................Hayley McCoy (9/3/06 • 4-2 W vs. UW-Green Bay) 350th........................................Natalie Blaylock (11/9/07 • 1-3 L vs. No. Colorado)* ASSISTS 1st............................................................ Mary Bates (9/15/96 • 6-6 T at Sac State) 50th...................................................Lisa Anthony (10/18/97 • 3-1 W vs. Gonzaga) 100th................................................ Lisa Anthony (11/7/98 • 2-1 2OT W Montana)* 150th........................................... Natalie Hensley (9/9/01 • 9-1 W vs. Youngstown) 200th..........................................Rochelle Hoover (8/27/04 • 2-1 W Southern Utah) 250th..............................................Linsey McFarland (10/29/05 • 4-1 W Sac State) 300th.......................................................Cassidy Williams (10/20/07 • 2-0 W NAU) POINTS 1st...................................................Jenny Nelson (9/7/96 • 1-1 T at Chico State) 50th....................................... Heidi Merrill (10/19/96 • 10-0 W at NW-Nazarene) 100th.................................................Tara Ferrin (11/2/96 • 4-2 W at Utah State) 150th.........................................Lisa Anthony (9/11/97 • 3-1 W vs. CS-Fullerton) 200th.........................................Celeste Collins (10/18/97 • 3-1 W vs. Gonzaga) 250th............................................. Celeste Collins (10/18/97 • 2-4 L at Montana) 300th...................................... Celeste Collins (10/4/98) • 2-0 W at New Mexico) 350th............................................ Lisa Anthony (11/7/98 • 2-1 2OT W Montana)* 400th..................................... Deddie VudhiVadhana (8/26/2000 • 1-7 L at BYU) 450th.......................................... Eleisha Miltenberger (10/7/2000 • 5-2 W NAU) 500th........................................... Anna Neisen (9/9/01 • 9-1 W vs. Youngstown) 550th......................................... Jennifer Cosnyka (10/26/01 • 2-1 W Sac State) 600th...............................................TIffany Foerster (9/27/02 • 3-2 W at Hawaii) 650th.......................................... Krista Davis (10/16/03 • 3-0 W E. Washington) 700th...........................................Sarah Cortez (10/9/04 • 5-2 W Utah Valley St.) 750th...........................................Ashley Wood (9/17/05 • 4-2 W San Francisco) 800th.................................... Natalie Blaylock (10/20/05 • 2-1 W E. Washington) 850th................................................. Sarah Cortez (11/12/05 • 1-1 T vs. BYU)** 900th................................................. Kelly Gaughan (9/23/06 • 2-3 OT L UTEP) 950th......................................................Kelsie Ehlers (10/28/07 • 1-5 L at USC) 1000th................................................Shelli Gough (8/31/07 • 1-1 T at Montana) * = Big Sky Championships ** NCAA College Cup First Round

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Totals Entering 2010 Goals:.................................................................................................................389 Assists:..............................................................................................................345 Points:.............................................................................................................. 1115 WeberStateSports.com

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Weber State in the Big Sky Record Books Individual Career Records Assists 22 Katie McCoy, SAC (2004-07) 20 Rochelle Hoover, WSU (2002-05) 20 Annamarie Hofstetter (2006-08) 19 Karen Hardy, UM (1997-98) Shots 268 Hayley McCoy, WSU (2005-08) 217 Holly Jones, NAU (1998-01) 211 Reagin Eyre, NAU (1997-00) 202 Rochelle Hoover, WSU (2002-05) Individual Single Match Records Assists 4 Annamarie Hofstetter, ISU vs. Southern Utah - Aug. 26, 2006 4 Jamie Harlor, PSU vs. West. Baptist Oct. 12, 1999 3 Linsey McFarland, WSU vs. NAU Oct. 27, 2005 3 Rochelle Hoover, WSU vs. UVSC Oct. 9, 2004 3 Natalie Hensley, WSU vs. Youngstown St. - Sep. 9, ‘01 3 Nine others

Assists 14 NAU vs. Embry Riddle Aug. 31, 2008 11 Weber State vs. Youngstown St. Sep. 9, 2001 Points 32 NAU vs. Embry Riddle Aug. 31, 2008 29 Weber State vs. Youngstown St. Sep. 9, 2001

Individual Single Season Records Game Winning Goals 6 Stacey Peterson, ISU - 2002 5 Linsey McFarland, WSU - 2005 5 Natalie Hensley, WSU - 2001 5 Celeste Collins, WSU - 1998 5 Five others Assists 12 Sierra Christiano, NAU - 2003 12 Jill Schade, ISU - 2000 11 Jodi Campbell, UM - 2000 10 Lisa Anthony, WSU - 1998 10 Tara Ferrin, WSU - 1997 10 Three others

Points 10 Erin Broadwell, CSN vs. Master’s College - Sep. 28, 1999 7 Rochelle Hoover, WSU vs. Sac. St. Oct. 29, 2005 7 Natalie Hensley, WSU vs. Youngstown St - Sep. 9, ‘01 7 Five others

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Team Single Match Records Goals 10 Montana vs. Oregon St. Sep. 5, 1997 9 Weber State vs. Youngstown St. Sep. 9, 2001 9 NAU vs. Embry Riddle Aug. 31, 2008

Shutouts 11 Liz Winkelblech, NAU - 2007 10 Railene Thorson, UM - 1997 9.5 Natalie Hiller, UM - 2000 9 Mandy Trojan, SAC - 2007 9 Meagan Thunell, WSU - 1998 8 Rebecca Ritchie, WSU - 2008

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Amy Schmidt, EWU - 1998 Tiera Como, EWU - 2006 Mariah Farley, PSU - 2000 Katie Grothkopp, EWU - 2000 Meagan Thunell, WSU - 2000

Goals Against Average 0.41 Meagan Thunell, WSU - 1998

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Team Single Season Records Most Wins 17 Weber State - 1998 16 Montana - 2000 16 Weber State - 1997 Longest Winning Streak 13 Weber State - 1998 Longest Unbeaten Streak 13 Weber State - 1998 Goals 70 Montana - 1997 55 Montana - 2000 50 Weber State - 1997 Fewest Goals Allowed 12 Weber State - 1998

Assists 55 Montana - 1997 43 Weber State - 1997 43 Two others Points 195 Montana - 1997 153 Montana - 2000 143 Weber State - 1997 Big Sky All-Tournament 2008 -- Hayley McCoy Whitney Smith Ashtyn Webster Molli Neilson 2007 -- Natalie Blaylock 2006 -- Linsey McFarland 2005 -- Rochelle Hoover (MVP) Linsey McFarland Shelli Gough Ashley Wood Ashtyn Webster Kandice Golar WeberStateSports.com

2004 -- Rochelle Hoover (MVP) Becky Clark Naomi Felix Erica Kilbourne Linsey McFarland Melanie Stratford 2003 -- Becky Clark Kaleen Grant 2001 -- Becky Clark Natalie Hensley Anna Neisen Jen Cosnyka Meagan Thunell 1999 -- Celeste Collins 1998 -- Lisa Anthony Celeste Collins Tara Ferrin Tricia Ferrin Meagan Thunell 1997 -- Quincey Blood-Pearce Celeste Collins Tara Ferrin Tricia Ferrin

Big Sky All-Conference Honors 2008 -- First Team: Hayley McCoy, Rebecca Ritchie, Lindsay Ellis, Ashtyn Webster, Whitney Smith

2007 -- First Team: Hayley McCoy Second Team: Rebecca Ritchie, Ashtyn Webster 2006 -- First Team: Linsey McFarland, Hayley McCoy Second Team: Natalie Blaylock, Shelli Gough, Sarah Espinoza, Ashtyn Webster 2005 -- First Team: Rochelle Hoover, Linsey McFarland, Hayley McCoy.

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Second Team: Kandice Golar, Ashley Wood, Sarah Espinoza, Cassidy Williams, Shelli Gough. 2004 -- First Team: Becky Clark, Naomi Felix, Rochelle Hoover 2003 -- First Team: Melanie Stratford, Kaleen Grant, Rochelle Hoover Second Team: Becky Clark, Krista Davis, Anna Neisen, Ashley Wood 2002 -- Second Team: Kandice Golar, Melanie Stratford, Anna Neisen 2001 -- First Team: Meagan Thunell, Natalie Hensley Anna Neisen, Jen Cosnyka, Second Team: Lauren Haller, Becky Clark, Sarai Heminger, Eleshia Miltenberger 2000 -- First Team: Celeste Collins, Natalie Hensley Second Team: Meagan Thunell 1999 -- First Team: Meagan Thunell, Amber Bailey Second Team: Celeste Collins, Tara Swallow 1998 -- First Team: Celeste Collins, Tara Ferrin, Tricia Ferrin, Meagan Thunell Second Team: Lisa Anthony, Amber Bailey 1997 -- First Team: Tara Ferrin, Tricia Ferrin

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Big Sky Players of the Week

2009 Defensive: Rebecca Ritchie (Sep. 7) Offensive: Roxy Tebbs (Sep. 7) 2008 Defensive: Rebecca Ritchie (Sep. 29) Rebecca Ritchie (Oct. 6) Offensive: Hayley McCoy (Oct. 13) Kierstin Wood (Sep. 15) Whitney Smith (Sep. 2) 2007 Defensive: Rebecca Ritchie (Oct. 22) Offensive: Kelsie Ehlers (Sep. 17) 2006 Defensive: Offensive:

Rebecca Ritchie (Oct. 31) Rebecca Ritchie (Sep. 19) Ashtyn Webster (Sep. 12) Rebecca Ritchie (Sep. 5) Linsey McFarland (Oct. 31) Linsey McFarland (Sep. 19)

2005 Defensive: Offensive:

Ashley Wood (Oct. 31) Kandice Golar (Oct. 24) Ashley Wood (Oct. 17) Linsey McFarland (Sep. 19) Linsey McFarland (Sep. 26) Linsey McFarland (Oct. 24) Rochelle Hoover (Oct. 31)

2004 Defensive: Becky Clark (Sep. 21) Sarah Cortez (Oct. 26) Offensive: Rochelle Hoover (Oct. 12) 2003 Defensive: Offensive:

Kaleen Grant (Oct. 14) Melanie Stratford (Oct. 21) Becky Clark (Nov. 4) Krista Davis (Sep. 16)

2002 Defensive: Kandice Golar (Sep. 24) Offensive: Tiffany Foerster (Oct. 1) 2001 Defensive: Melanie Stratford (Sep. 25) WeberStateSports.com


Offensive: 1999 Defensive:

Meagan Thunell Natalie Hensley Natalie Hensley Natalie Hensley

(Oct. 16) (Sep. 11) (Sep. 25) (Nov. 6)

Meagan Thunell (Sep. 28) Meagan Thunell (Oct. 26) Meagan Thunell (Nov. 2)

1998 Defensive: Offensive:

Meagan Thunell (Sep. 15) Tricia Ferrin (Oct. 6) Meagan Thunell (Nov. 4) Celeste Collins (Oct. 6)

1997

Jamie Jensen (Sep. 23) Tara Ferrin (Oct. 7) Q. Blood-Pearce (Oct. 28)

Hayley Mccoy’s selection to the 2008 All-Big Sky First Team made her just the second player in conference history, and first in WSU history, to earn four-straight First Team selections. WeberStateSports.com

Rebecca Ritchie has earned eight Big Sky Player of the Week honors over her four seasons as a Wildcat, setting a WSU career record.

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Big Sky Conference Individual Awards

Big Sky Conference All-Academic Selections

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2008 Offensive: Hayley McCoy 2008 Defensive: Rebecca Ritchie 2005 Offensive: Rochelle Hoover 2001 Offensive: Natalie Hensley 1999 Defensive: Meagan Thunell 1998 Defensive: Tricia Ferrin

2008 -- Lindsay Ellis, Shaylee Hyde, Hayley McCoy, Molli Neilson, Rebecca Ritchie, Kierstin Wood, Collette Simmons, Shannon Thompson

TOP NEWCOMER 1998: Meagan Thunell GOLDEN BOOT AWARD 2008: Hayley McCoy 2005: Rochelle Hoover 2001: Natalie Hensley COACH OF THE YEAR 2005: Tim Crompton 2004: Tim Crompton 2003: Lynn Kofoed Tom VudhiVadhana 1998: Lynn Kofoed Tom VudhiVadhana 1997: Lynn Kofoed Tom VudhiVadhana

2007 -- Lindsay Ellis, Alyssa Foutz, Shelli Gough, Shaylee Hyde, Hayley McCoy, Rebecca Ritchie 2006 -- Kelsie Ehlers, Natalie Blaylock, Sarah Espinoza, Kelly Gaughan, Shelli Gough, Hayley McCoy, Molli Neilson, Rebecca Ritchie, Shaylee Hyde, Cassidy Williams 2005 -- Lindsay Davis, Sarah Espinoza, Shelli Gough, Rochelle Hoover, Hayley McCoy, Annalisa Richins, Shaylee Stegen, Cassidy Williams 2004 -- Sarah Espinoza, Lindsay Davis, Naomi Felix, Shelli Gough, Rochelle Hoover, Zheila Reyhani, Erin Smith, Cassidy Williams 2003 -- Amy Baird, Sarah Espinoza, Krista Davis, Rochelle Hoover, Lindsay McFarland, Erin Smith, Veronica Walker 2002 -- Chelsea Brandt, Krista Davis, Rochelle Hoover, Amie Romney, Eleisha Miltenberger, Erin Smith 2001 -- Chelsea Brandt, Lauren Haller, Natalie Hensley, Kami Kelley, Eleisha Miltenberger, Erin Smith, Amie Romney

Lynn Kofoed and Tom VudhiVadhana earned three Big Sky Coach of the Year awards during their eight years as co-head coaches of the Wildcat soccer program.

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2000 -- Amanda Anderson, Chelsea Brandt, Jennifer Coznyka, Lauren Haller, Natalie Hensley, Kami Kelley, Eleisha Miltenberger, Anna Neisen, Tara Swallow, Meagan Thunell WeberStateSports.com


1999 -- Amber Bailey, Anastasia Steinfels, Melanie Miller, Deedra Russell, Tara Swallow, Meagan Thunell 1998 -- Amber Bailey, Mary Bates, Tara Ferrin, Tricia Ferrin, Karie Hadley, April Marsh, Melanie Miller, Deedra Russell, Aubrey Smith, Anastasia Steinfels, Tara Swallow, Meagan Thunell 1997 -- Mary Bates, Quincey Blood-Pearce, Tara Ferrin, Tricia Ferrin, Jamie Jensen, April Marsh, Melanie Miller, Tiffany Roundy, Deedra Russell, Tara Swallow, Anastasia Steinfels

Hayley McCoy earned a selection to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team for fourstraight years. She was the 2008 WSU recipient of the Big Sky Scholar Athlete award and was named to the NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-America Team. WeberStateSports.com

National Academic Honors NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-America 2008 -- Hayley McCoy 2005 -- Rochelle Hoover GTE Academic All-America 1999 -- Meagan Thunell 1998 -- Mary Bates 1997 -- Mary Bates Tricia Ferrin GTE Academic All-District VIII 2001 -- Meagan Thunell 2000 -- Meagan Thunell

In 2005, Rochelle Hoover became the first Weber State player to be named to the NSCAA/ Adidas Scholar All-America Team.

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All-Time Roster Alyssa Amano.........................................2010Anderson, Amanda...........................1999-2000 Anderson, Kirsten..................................2008Anderson, Victoria..................................2008Anger, Hillary..........................................2009Anthony, Lisa....................................1996-1998 Allan, Sally.................................................1997 Baddley, Jessie.......................................2009Bailey, Amber....................................1996-1999 Baird, Amy........................................2001-2003 Baker, Madeline.........................................2004 Barnett, Marie...................................1999-2000 Bartel, Maggie..................................2008-2009 Bateman, Breona.............................2000-2001 Bates, Mary......................................1996-1998 Berrett, Melissa................................1996-1997 Blackington, Jan........................................1996 Blaylock, Natalie (Ellis).....................2004-2007 Blood-Pearce, Quincey....................1996-1997 Brandt, Chelsea................................2000-2002 Burnett, Kristin...........................................1998 Burnett, Samantha....................................2009 Chapman, Dana........................................1999 Chatterton, Rindi.......................................1998 Christensen, Tagan (Taylor)..............2001-2003 Clark, Becky.....................................2001-2004 Clawson, Canada....................................2010Collins, Celeste................................1997-2000 Coombs, Erika...........................................1996 Cortez, Sarah............................................2003 Cosnyka, Jennifer.............................2000-2002 Crump, Lisa......................................2005-2007

Felix, Naomi..............................................2004 Ferrin, Tara.......................................1996-1998 Ferrin, Tricia......................................1996-1998 Florence, Ciara.................................2005-2008 Foerster, Tiffany.........................................2002 Foutz, Alyssa....................................2007-2008 Freshman, Emily.....................................2008Gaughan, Kelly.................................2006-2007 Golar, Kandice..................................2001-2005 Goodrum, Jennifer.....................................2004 Gough, Shelli....................................2004-2007 Grant, Kaleen...................................2000-2003 Grant, Melissa..................................2003-2004 Griffin, Lindsay (Ellis)....................2006-2009 Hadley, Karie.............................................1998 Haller, Lauren...................................2000-2001 Hall, Summer.............................................1999 Hamilton, Kristen..............................2007-2008 Hansen, Alyson (Tucker)........................2010Hansen, Shay............................................2000 Harrop, Melanie.........................................1996 Heath, Natalie............................................1996 Heminger, Sarai................................2001-2002 Hensley, Natalie................................2000-2001 Hill, Allison.................................................1996 Hill, Sarah.........................................2004-2007 Hogan, Kathryn.........................................1999 Holt, Teresa......................................2007-2009 Hoover, Rochelle..............................2002-2005 Hyde, Shaylee (Stegen)...................2005-2008 Hyer, Cami........................................1998-1999 Hytrek, Krista.............................................2003 Ivie-Smith, Amber.............................1996-1997

Davis, Kersey..........................................2010Davis, Krista.....................................2002-2003 Davis, Lindsay..................................2003-2005 Domm, Robyn...........................................1999 Dore, Maria..............................................2010-

Jackson, Paige..........................................1996 James, Clarissa................................2002-2003 Jensen, Jamie..................................1996-1997 Jentzsch, Josalyn.............................1998-1999 Johnson, Kylie........................................2007-

Eames, Bailey.........................................2010Ebersole, Krystle.......................................2001 Ehlers, Kelsie...................................2006-2008 Espinoza, Sarah (Beutler)................2003-2006

Kelley, Kami......................................1999-2001 Kelly, Debra......................................1997-1998 Kilbourne, Erika................................2002-2006

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Larson, Adrienne.......................................2000 Lindbloom, Stacy.......................................1997 Long, Karen......................................2005-2007 Lovell, Karla...............................................1996 Lunsford, Crystal..............................1997-2000 Madsen, Kim.............................................1998 Mager, Sarah...........................................2009Marble, Hannah.......................................2010Marsh, April......................................1997-1999 McCoy, Hayley..................................2005-2008 McDonald, Kacey.............................2001-2004 McFarland, Linsey............................2003-2006 McGarvey, Kathryn....................................2003 McMillan, SharRee....................................2004 Merrill, Heidi...............................................1996 Merrill, Tabatha..........................................2003 Miller, Melanie..................................1996-1999 Miltenberger, Eleisha........................2000-2002 Moore, Nicole..........................................2009Murphy, Jessica.........................................2002 Neilson, Molli....................................2005-2008 Neisen, Anna....................................2000-2003 Neering, Shauna..............................1996-1997 Nelson, Jenny...................................1996-1999 Nicholls, Tonya..........................................1999 Nollett, Becky Sue.....................................2001 O’Brien, Jasmine.......................................2007 Olson, Shelley...........................................2000 Ortgiesen, Lindsay.................................2008Parkhurst, Lauren......................................2007 Petersen, Deanne............................2000-2003 Pratt, Lisa.........................................2000-2002 Rabin, Mara.............................................2010Raught, Kierstin (Wood)........................2008Reyhani, Zheila................................2004-2005 Ritchie, Michelle........................................2007 Ritchie, Rebecca.............................2006-2009 Richards, Darby................................2008-2009 Richins, Annalisa.......................................2005 Roberts, Elizabeth.....................................2003 Robinson, Abby................................2006-2009 Robinson, Kelly................................2006-2009 Roundy, Tiffany..........................................1997

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Rounkles, Sarah...............................2000-2001 Romney, Amie..................................2002-2004 Russell, Deedra................................1996-1999 Schneider, Celeste....................................1998 Shupe, Lei Anne...............................1996-1997 Siekiera, Paige.................................2008-2009 Simmons, Collette..................................2008Sims, Erica..............................................2009Smith, Aubrey............................................1998 Smith, Erin........................................2002-2005 Smith, Whitney.................................2006-2008 Sortor, Felicia..........................................2010Squire, Jennifer.........................................1998 Steinfels, Anastasia..........................1996-1999 Stewart, Stacy...........................................1996 Stocking, Carli..................................2000-2001 Stratford, Melanie.............................2001-2004 Swallow, Tai......................................2004-2005 Swallow, Tara....................................1997-2000 Tebbs, Roxanne......................................2009Tew, Abby.........................................1996-1997 Thompson, Shannon (Murri)............2005-2009 Thunell, Meagan...............................1998-2001 Toomey, Alyssa.......................................2009Valentine, Ann Marie..................................2000 Victorine, Deysha.............................2006-2007 VudhiVadhana, Deborah..................1999-2000 Waldman, Ryann.....................................2009Walker, Veronica...............................2003-2006 Wallis, Chelsea.......................................2010Webster, Ashtyn................................2005-2008 Wilson, Mackenzie....................................2003 Willardson, Tina................................2006-2007 Williams, Cassidy.............................2004-2007 Williams, Stephanie...................................2002 Wood, Ari.................................................2008Wood, Ashley....................................2002-2005 Wood, Jamie..............................................1996 Woodhead, Tiana....................................2009Woodward, Emily..............................1999-2000 Wright, Laura.............................................1999

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All-Time Wildcat Uniform Numbers 0 Meagan Thunell................................1998-2001 Melanie Stratford..............................2002-2004 Karen Long.......................................2005-2006 Kirsten Anderson...................................200800 Quincey Blood-Pearce.....................1996-1997 Dana Chapman.........................................1999 Breona Bateman..............................2000-2001 Deysha Victorine..............................2006-2007 Hillary Anger...........................................20091 Amber Ivie-Smith..............................1996-1997 Kandice Golar...................................2001-2005 Alyson (Tucker) Hansen.........................20082 Robyn Domm............................................1999 Kaleen Grant....................................2000-2003 SharRee McMillan.....................................2004 Ashley Wood.............................................2005 Victoria Anderson......................................2008 Darby Richards..........................................2009 Alyssa Amano..........................................2010 3 Melanie Miller...................................1996-1999 Chelsea Brandt.................................2000-2002 Rochelle Hoover...............................2004-2005 Kristen Hamilton...............................2007-2008 Victoria Anderson...................................20094 Heidi Merrill................................................1996 Stacey Lindbloom......................................1997 Summer Hall..............................................1999 Amanda Anderson.....................................2000 Sarai Heminger................................2001-2002 Kathryn McGarvey.....................................2003 Ashley Wood.............................................2004 Kelly Robinson.................................2006-2009 Kersey Davis...........................................20105 Emily Woodward...............................1999-2000 Becky Clark......................................2001-2004 Sarah (Beutler) Espinoza.................2005-2006 Kylie Johnson...................................2008-2009 Hannah Marble........................................2010-

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6 Deedra Russell.................................1996-1999 Carli Stocking...................................2000-2001 Rochelle Hoover...............................2001-2002 Erin Smith.........................................2004-2005 Kelly Gaughan..................................2006-2007 Ari Wood..................................................20087 Lei Anne Shupe................................1996-1997 Jennifer Squire..........................................1998 Tonya Nicholls...........................................1999 Kandice Golar............................................2001 Jessica Murphy.........................................2002 Amie Romney............................................2003 Zheila Reyhani..........................................2004 Madeline Baker.........................................2005 Lauren Parkhurst.......................................2007 Lindsay Ortgiesen..................................20088 Tricia Ferrin......................................1996-1998 Laura Wright..............................................1999 Lauren Haller.............................................2000 Krystle Ebersole........................................2001 Linsey McFarland.............................2003-2006 Alyssa Toomey.......................................20099 Anastasia Steinfels...........................1996-1999 Natalie Hensley.........................................2000 Becky Sue Nollet.......................................2001 Erika Kilbourne.................................2002-2006 Kelsie Ehlers....................................2007-2008 Sarah Mager............................................200910 Tiffany Roundy.......................................... 1997 Josalyn Jentzsch..............................1998-1999 Tara Swallow.............................................2000 Natalie Hensley.........................................2001 Sarah Cortez....................................2003-2006 Hayley McCoy..................................2007-2008 Jessie Baddley.......................................200911 Tara Ferrin........................................1996-1998 Amanda Anderson.....................................1999 Eleisha Miltenberger..................................2000 Lauren Haller.............................................2001 Krista Davis......................................2002-2003 Amie Romney............................................2004 Hayley McCoy..................................2005-2006

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Teresa Holt.......................................2007-2009 Felicia Sortor..........................................201012 Jamie Jensen...................................1996-1997 Cami Hyer.........................................1998-1999 Lisa Pratt...................................................2000 Veronica Walker...............................2003-2006 Alyssa Foutz.....................................2007-2008 Kylie Johnson.........................................201013 Jamie Wood...............................................1996 April Marsh.......................................1997-1999 Deanne Petersen.............................2000-2003 Natalie Blaylock.........................................2004 Lisa Crump.......................................2005-2007 Nicole Moore...........................................200914 Amber Bailey....................................1996-1999 Shelley Olson............................................2000 Ashley Wood.............................................2002 Sarah (Beutler) Espinoza.................2003-2004 Zheila Reyhani..........................................2005 Ciara Florence..................................2006-2008 Bailey Eames..........................................201015 Erika Coombs...................................1996-1997 Rindi Chatterton........................................1998 Deborah VudhiVadhana...................1999-2000 Amy Baird.........................................2001-2003 Annalisa Richins........................................2005 Lindsay Ellis.....................................2006-2007 Emily Freshman......................................200816 Jenny Nelson....................................1996-1999 Adrienne Larson........................................2000 Lisa Pratt..........................................2001-2002 Melissa Grant...................................2003-2004 Cassidy Williams..............................2005-2007 Kierstin (Wood) Raught.........................200817 Natalie Heath.............................................1996 Crystal Lunsford...............................1997-2000 Jennifer Cosnyka.......................................2002 Krista Hytrek..............................................2003 Naomi Felix...............................................2004 Whitney Smith..................................2006-2008 Roxanne Tebbs.......................................2009-

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18 Karla Lovell................................................1996 Celeste Collins.................................1997-2000 Sarah Rounkles.........................................2001 Erin Smith..................................................2002 Elizabeth Roberts......................................2003 Sarah Hill..........................................2005-2007 Samantha Burnett.....................................2009 19 Allison Hill.........................................1996-1997 Stephanie Williams....................................2002 Lindsay Davis...................................2003-2004 Tina Willardson.................................2006-2007 Collette Simmons...................................200820 Melanie Harrop.................................1996-1997 Anna Neisen.....................................2000-2003 Cassidy Williams.......................................2004 Molli Neilson.....................................2005-2008 21 Jan Blackington................................1996-1997 Tara Swallow....................................1998-1999 Eleisha Miltenberger.........................2001-2002 Ashley Wood.............................................2003 Jennifer Goodrum......................................2004 Shaylee (Stegen) Hyde....................2005-2008 Erica Sims...............................................200922 Mary Bates.......................................1996-1998 Kathryn Hogan..........................................1999 Tiffany Foerster.........................................2002 Mackenzie Wilson.....................................2003 Tai Swallow.......................................2004-2005 Abby Robinson.................................2006-2009 Canada Clawson.....................................201023 Lisa Anthony.....................................1996-1998 Kami Kelley......................................1999-2001 Kacey McDonald..............................2002-2004 Natalie (Ellis) Blaylock......................2005-2007 Lindsay (Ellis) Griffin........................2008-2009 Mara Rabin..............................................201024 Melissa Berrett.................................1996-1997 Celeste Schneider.....................................1999 Shay Hansen.............................................2000 Kacey McDonald.......................................2001 Amie Romney............................................2002

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Tabatha Merrill...........................................2003 Madeline Baker.........................................2004 Ciara Florence...........................................2005 Michelle Ritchie.........................................2007 Skylar Stam...............................................2008 25 Stacy Stewart............................................1996 Debra Kelly................................................1998 Clarissa James.................................2002-2003 Shannon (Murri) Thompson..............2005-2009 Chelsea Wallis........................................201026 Shauna Neering...............................1996-1997 Karie Hadley..............................................1998 Marie Barnett....................................1999-2000 Tagan (Taylor) Christensen..............2001-2003 Kelsie Ehlers.............................................2006 Maggie Bartel...................................2008-2009 Maria Dore...............................................201027 Jasmine O’Brien........................................2007 Darby Richards..........................................2008 Tiana Woodhead.....................................200928 Shelli Gough.....................................2004-2007 29 Kylie Johnson............................................2007 Paige Siekiera..................................2008-2009 31 Ashtyn Webster.................................2005-2008 32 Rebecca Ritchie................................2006-2009 99 Melanie Stratford.......................................2001

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About WSU Weber State University prides itself in its excellent teaching, extraordinary commitment to meeting the needs of students at every stage of life and ongoing service to the community. The multi-campus university in Ogden, Utah, and Davis County, offers 215 certificate and degree programs in arts and humanities, science, applied science and technology, business and economics, education, social and behavioral sciences and the health professions—the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate offering in the state. Master’s degrees are offered in accounting, business administration, criminal justice and education. Online courses, distance learning, independent study and evening classes are offered at times and places to meet the complex needs of students balancing family and work responsibilities. An Early College program permits high school students to enter college early to take WSU classes for credit. WSU’s varied programs and an array of options are designed to help students achieve their dreams, whatever their circumstances. With the Val A. Browning Center, the Ethel Wattis Kimball Visual Arts Center and the Dee Events Center on the WSU-Ogden campus, WSU is a major cultural center for the area. Visitors can buy tickets online for a wide array of cultural and athletic events.

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Fast Facts History: Weber State University was founded in Ogden, Utah as Weber Stake Academy in 1889. Like Weber County and the Weber River, the school was named after John Henry Weber, an early fur trader. In 1933, the academy was made a state junior college. Following World War II, the college outgrew its downtown campus and moved to the present site on the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains overlooking Ogden and the Great Salt Lake. Weber State College awarded its first baccalaureate degree in 1964. In 1991, the college became Weber State University, appropriately symbolizing its role as one of Utah’s premier public, undergraduate universities. Location: Situated in the foothills of the spectacular Wasatch Mountains, on the western flank of the Rockies, WSU’s central campus is in Ogden, Utah. The location means that residential students almost always have a view; students who are working, raising children or living with their families in the surrounding counties can commute; skiers can reach Olympic-caliber slopes in just a half hour. WSU has an additional campus in Layton, Utah. Campus: Covering more than 500 acres nestled along the west flank of the Wasatch Mountains, the Ogden campus offers 37 academic buildings and two residences, as well as the Ott Planetarium and the Val A. Brown Center for the Performing Arts. Students: More than 18,000 students study full- and part-time. About 16,600 are undergraduates at the Ogden campus. Nearly 600 students live on the Ogden campus. Student/Faculty Ratio: Personal attention is the hallmark of a WSU education. With a student/faculty ratio of 22:1, WSU ensures that four out of five courses have fewer than 30 students and offers attentive, comprehensive academic advisement for all its students. Programs & Degrees: WSU offers 215 undergraduate degree programs—the largest and most comprehensive undergraduate offering in the state. In addition, the university offers four graduate degree programs, an array of professional certificate programs, online education and the Early College Program, which helps high school students get a jump on college. WSU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. Student Life: Students choose from more than 100 student clubs and organizations, including eight fraternities and sororities, the student newspaper and the campus radio station. A lot of the fun happens at the Dee Events Center. But a lot of the fun also happens off campus—skiing and rock climbing on nearby mountains and rafting on nearby rivers. Athletics: WSU’s 13 intercollegiate programs compete at the NCAA Division I level. In addition, we offer more than 14 club sports and several intramural competitions throughout the year. Costs & Financial Aid: In-state tuition and fees for full-time undergraduates are $2,632 per year; out-of-state tuition and fees run $7,958. Institutional scholarships and grants totaled $2,422,470 in the 2001-02 school year. Total financial aid granted to students was $33,737,609. Stewart Library: The collection includes 479,225 bound volumes and 192,782 electronic resources; the library also offers remote access to students. Administration: The university is led by President Ann Millner. The President’s Council guides internal operations; the Board of Trustees guides policy. WeberStateSports.com

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Why WSU? Well-known as one of Utah’s premier public, undergraduate universities, Weber State University is a unique institution that changes lives and minds in profound and lasting ways. What makes the Weber State experience so exceptional? You’ll receive lots of personal attention: As we say, “The good news is, your professor knows your name. The bad news is, your professor knows your name.” Four out of five of our mind-changing classes have fewer than 30 students, and every student has access to comprehensive, individualized academic advisement. We’re absolutely dedicated to our students and strive to support you and provide enriching college experiences. Whether you’re a freshman seeking friendship-building activities or a parent in need of drop-in daycare for your child and a place to meet other non-traditional students, you’ll find the opportunity to grow and the support you need to be successful. More than 100 student clubs and organizations provide a rich range of experiences and the chance to volunteer. You’ll have access to the state’s most comprehensive offering of programs & degrees: We change lives in hundreds of ways with hundreds of options, including 215 academic majors that can lead to a certificate, associate or bachelor’s degree, plus four programs leading to masters’ degrees. As you form your goals, as you refine them, as the shape of your life changes, WSU stays with you and makes it convenient for you to complete your education. Flexibility is key. You can take classes on the Ogden campus, at the WSU-Davis Campus in Layton, or at one of our other learning centers.That’s the kind of menu that lets you change your mind several times over. And don’t forget our array of special programs: the only undergraduate literature conference in the nation, our honors program, Early College and cultural events, performances and exhibits. We make the price of excellence affordable: In-state undergraduates pay $2,632 a year, and the university provides more than $2 million a year in scholarships and grants.

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Our proximity puts you within reach of work and home: At WSU you can “learn more, commute less.” The Ogden campus is conveniently located in a vibrant, historical community and smack in the middle of great skiing, snowboarding, hiking, rock climbing, camping, river rafting, star gazing, cycling—do we have to go on? And like the Ogden campus, the WSU-Davis Campus is conveniently located where you may already be living or working. You’ll study and play with great people: We take pride in the fact that our students—whether they’re from Salt Lake, Cincinnati or San Juan—feel comfortable here. Some think it’s the friendly and supportive atmosphere on campus that brings people together. Others credit the activities—the cultural events, sports teams, outside adventures. Still others think it’s the chance to nurture the spiritual side of their lives at places like the Newman Center or LDS Institute. Or—just maybe—it’s all of these things.

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Athletic Facilities Wildcat Soccer Field

Located just south of the Swenson/ Stromberg HPHP facilities lies the Wildcat Soccer Field, the home field of the ‘Cats since the inception of the program in1996. The field has been the site of the Big Sky Soccer Championships in both 1998 and 2001. Like the volleyball venue, Wildcat Soccer Field also underwent a makeover in 2006. The field was completely renovated with a new and improved drainage and watering system and resurfaced with new sod.

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The previous few years had seen the Wildcats forced to relocate to Lew Memorial Field at the nearby St. Joseph’s High School when weather turned bad. Both the 2003 and 2005 Big Sky Championships were hosted by Weber State at the alternate venue. That scenario will not present itself in the future following the 2006 renovations to the current state-ofthe-art surface that it now features. Permanent bleachers were added to the west side of the field prior to the start of the 2009 season, providing seating for approximately 1,000 spectators.

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Dee Events Center

The beautiful Dee Events Center is a building of many uses, but one of the main reasons for its inception was to house the Wildcat athletic program. It is a fitting showcase for Weber State’s volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball teams. The Dee Events Center itself has been on national display hosting the annual NCAA Basketball Championship on four different occasions: 1980 First and Second Rounds; 1983 Western Regional; 1986 First and Second Rounds; and the 1994 First and Second Rounds. Costing $11.3 million, the Dee Events Center was designed for multi-use and has been the site of many cultural and athletic events since its opening in November 1977. It represents the combined efforts and cooperation of students, college leaders and community members to provide a functional events facility for the greater Ogden area. The arena can accommodate 12,000 spectators in chairbacked seats, half of which are cushioned and accented in red to compliment the school colors of purple and white.

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Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Stadium

Located on a hillside above the city of Ogden, and with the waters of the Great Salt Lake shimmering in the distance, there are few stadiums anywhere which can match the natural surroundings as well as Weber State’s Stewart Stadium. The area itself has been used for games, long before the present school site was even in existence. During the mid 1950’s, while the majority of campus of what was then Weber Junior College, was located downtown, the foothills section which today is the site of the university, was purchased with an eye to the eventual move. The football stadium was one of the first structures built. The earliest games played there had minimal seating, located on the nature hillside on the east side of the field. This was later made into permanent concrete bleachers and went through three subsequent expansions. In 1966, the west stands were added and the area became a stadium, not just a playing field. The seating in the Stadium was raised to just over 17,000, a modern three story press box was

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added, and in the space underneath the west side seats, were placed dressing rooms, training room and athletics department offices. Thanks to a generous donation from the Stewart Education Foundation, Weber State opened the 38,000 square foot Sky Suites & Press Box Facility at the start of the 2001 football season. This facility put the Wildcats’ home on par with the best Division I facilities in the country. The six-story complex includes 26 sky suites, press facilities, a conference level and a Wildcat AllAmerican room. Views from the facility are breathtaking with the Wasatch Mountains to the East and the city of Ogden and the Great Salt Lake to the West. The Stadium itself is located approximately 4,300 feet above sea level. The playing surface is natural grass, surrounded by a 400 Meter Purple Track. The entire area is encompassed by trees and shrubs, giving it a “park-like appearance”.

Swenson Gymnasium

The Wildcat volleyball team got a new home in 2006 with the renovation of Swenson Gymnasium. The entire Reed K. Swenson Building was overhauled, providing not only a brand-new volleyball venue, but a vastly improved learning facility for the Weber State Human Performance/ Health Promotions department. The volleyball venue is a 1,000-seat arena that is much more conducive to producing a homecourt advantage than the spacious 11,500-seat Dee Events Center, where the Wildcat volleyball team had been housed since the late 1980’s.

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Weber State Practice Fields

The Weber State practice fields, located west of Wildcat Soccer Field and across from Promontory Tower have also undergone extensive renovations over the past year. In the summer of 2006, a 100-yard SprinTurf artificial surface was installed to revamp the East portion of the field. The west portion of the field was redone in the summer of 2007 with a natural grass surface. The state-of-the-art artificial surface allows the Wildcat football and soccer teams to practice in poor conditions without the worry of injury occurring from bad field conditions. SprinTurf fields feature Ultrablade synthetic turf fibers and 100% clean all-rubber infill to produce an artificial turf system that looks, feels and plays like natural grass -- but it is safer and far more durable.

Housing • University Village The flagship of the Weber State University housing system is the University Village, located to the south of the Dee Events Center. Built just in time to provide housing for Olympic athletes during the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games, University Village is an apartment-style complex with private bedrooms.

Units are fully-furnished and have completely equipped kitchens, comfortable living rooms and two bathrooms with showers and tubs. Cable television and Ethernet and wireless Internet access add to the amenities. The village includes a Community Center for on-site recreation, including pool tables, ping pong, etc. Basketball courts, WeberStateSports.com

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sand volleyball pits, playing fields and picnic areas are adjaent to Promontory Tower and University Village apartments.

Athletic Training & Sports Medicine Head Athletic Trainer Joel Bass leads a team of three Certified Athletic Trainers that work in conjunction with some of Utah’s best physicians to provide injury prevention, care and rehabilitation services of recognized excellence to Weber State University student-athletes. The Athletic Training program is committed to provide the best possible quality care that reflects the philosophical excellence of the University. McKay Dee Hospital, the finest overall medical facility in Northern Utah, is three minutes from campus.

Athletic Training under his supervision. A new state-of-the-art instructional laboratory integrates theory with handson application of skills and techniques. Students enrolled in Athletic Training serve as student assistants to all 15 intercollegiate sports.

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Administration and Support Staff Dr. F. Ann Millner • Weber State University President

Dr. F. Ann Millner became the 11th president in the history of Weber State University, after 20 years of serving as an educator and administrator. Before becoming president, she was vice president of University Relations, a position she assumed in 1993. She is the current chair of the Utah Campus Compact and a board member for Intermountain Health Care, the Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce, and the Weber Economic Development Corporation, as well as other local state and national organizations (see below). President Millner earned her doctorate at Brigham Young University, her master’s degree from Southwest Texas State and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee.

Her message to the communities Weber State serves is about excellent teaching, extraordinary commitment to meeting the needs of students at every stage of life and ongoing service to the community -- a mission that changes lives in profound and lasting ways. Additional Board Memberships: American Association of State Colleges and Universities - Council of State Representatives • Coalition for Utah’s Future • NCAA I-AA/I-AAA Presidential Advisory Group • Ogden Eccles Conference Center • SunGard SCT Executive Advisory Council • Wells Fargo Community Board.

Dr. Norm Tarbox • Vice-President, Administrative Services

Dr. Norm Tarbox is Weber State University’s Vice-President of Administrative Services. He began his service to WSU in 2002. The WSU Athletics Department comes under the umbrella of WSU Administrative Services. Under his watchful eye, the Wildcats have captured 12 Big Sky Conference team titles, one men’s Big Sky Conference AllSports trophy, five women’s All-Sports trophies and two Sterling Savings Bank/Big Sky Conference President’s Cup trophies.

A native of Taylorsville, Utah, Dr. Tarbox graduated from Cottonwood High School and attended Snow College, where he played on the baseball team. He earned his doctorate degree in Education (Educational Leadership and Policy) from the University of Utah and his Masters of Business Administration from Brigham Young University. He also earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications from BYU, where he was named the “Outstanding Student” of the Communications Department in 1986. WeberStateSports.com

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Dr. Tarbox came to Weber State from the Utah State Board of Regents, where he worked in various capacities for 10 years. He served as the Assistant Commissioner for Student Financial Aid, Assistant Commissioner for Finance and Facilities and Associate Commissioner for Finance and Facilities. From 1993 to 1996, he worked in the Governor’s office as a budget and planning analyst. His wife, Maurie, is a Weber State student who recently completed her bachelor’s degree in Music Performance. She and their four children have performed in Utah Musical Theatre productions at Weber State.

Jerry Bovee • Director of Intercollegiate Athletics

Jerry Bovee was named Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Weber State University in September of 2009. Prior to being named Athletics Director, Bovee spent two years as Assistant Vice President for Administrative Support Services. In that role he supervised operations for the Academic Services and Athletics Compliance for the Athletics Department. In addition to his athletics department responsibilities, Bovee directed Campus Police, Mail Services, Printing Services, Environmental Health and Safety and the Dee Events Center and Stewart Stadium operations.

letic teams.

Bovee assisted in the completion of the year-long NCAA re-certification process for the Wildcats serving as chief report writer and liaison to the NCAA Peer Review Team. In addition, he has supervised the initiative to improve the Academic Performance Ratings for Weber State’s 16 ath-

Before coming to Weber State, Bovee served as Assistant Director of the Utah High School Activities Association where he supervised the sports of football, boy’s basketball, softball, tennis and wrestling. His duties included organization and management of state tournaments, coaches and officials education programs, sport rules interpretation and a myriad of other duties related to the administration and governance of sports and activities at the high school level throughout Utah. While at the UHSAA, Jerry served as vice-chair of the National Federation of State High School Associations football rules committee. Bovee worked as Sales and Promotion Specialist and later as Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Promotions at Utah State from 1992 to 1995. In that role, he directed the corporate sales program for Aggie Athletics. In addition, he developed group and corporate ticketing plans, in-game promotions and other game management programs. Bovee, 42, earned a bachelor’s degree in Business-Finance from Utah State University in 1992. He was born and raised in Ogden Utah and attended Ben Lomond High School. Jerry and his wife Julie have four children: Jared, Ethan, Addison and Seth.

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Weber State Athletics Media Relations Department BRAD LARSEN

Assistant Athletic Director/Media Relations Sports: Football, Men’s Basketball, Cross Country, Track and Field. Office: 801-626-6010 Fax: 801-626-6490 Cell: 801-698-9548 Email: blarsen3@weber.edu

DARIN HOGGE Assistant Media Relations Director/ Website Coordinator Sports: Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Softball. Office: 801-626-6012 Fax: 801-626-6490 Cell: 801-725-8868 Email: dhogge@weber.edu

PAUL GRUA Assistant Marketing/Media Relations Director Sports: Volleyball. Office: 801-626-7414 Cell: 801-452-3811 Email: pgrua@weber.edu

Local Print Media Directory Standard Examiner

332 Standard Way P.O.Box 12790 - Ogden, Utah 84412-2790 www.standard.net Sports Staff Chris Miller, Exec. Sports Editor (801) 625-4261 cmiller@standard.net Roy Burton, Primary WSU beat writer (801) 625-4260 rburton@standard.net Justin Johnson, WSU soccer beat writer (801) 625-4262 jjohnson@standard.net WSU Signpost 2110 University Circle, Weber State University - Ogden, UT 84408 WeberStateSports.com

Salt Lake Tribune

90 S. 400 West, Suite 700 Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Sports Staff Jim Patrick, Sports Editor (801) 257-8911 jpatrick@sltrib.com

Deseret News

30 E 100 South P.O. Box 1257 Salt Lake City, UT 84110 www.deseretnews.com Sports Staff Kent Condon, Sports Editor (801) 236-6075 kcondon@desnews.com

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Doug Fullerton Commissioner

Ron Loghry Associate Commissioner

Jon Kasper

Asst. Commissioner/ Media Relations

Jaynee Nadolski Asst. Commissioner/ Compliance

Additional Big Sky Staff: Media Relations Director...........................................................................Autumn Wehr Coordinator of Football Officials..................................................................Doug Toole Coordinator of Basketball and Volleyball Officials..............................Marla Denham Administrative Assistant....................................................................... Janet Carpenter Business Manager............................................................................................ Pat Curtis Media Relations Intern / Soccer Contact......................................................Nate Roane

Contact Info: Office Telephone.......................................................................................(801) 392-1978 FAX Number...............................................................................................(801) 392-5568

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P.O. Box 1459 Ogden, Utah 84401

The Big Sky Conference enters its 49th year of athletic competition in 2009-10. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified as I-AA in football. The Big Sky returned to a nine-team format with the addition of Northern Colorado for the 2006-07 season. The Big Sky spent the previous five years as an eight-member league. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in I-AA football. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada de-

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parted and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001, giving the Big Sky its current makeup. With the addition of Northern Colorado, the Big Sky spreads across seven states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and now Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State, and Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The 2008-09 season will mark the 21st year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter his 16th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81 while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

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Ogden, Utah Welcome to Ogden City, where It is all within reach: from hiking and skiing through the alpine peaks of the 2002 downhill and super G to kayaking through the middle of town, a world of high adventure recreation awaits! Ogden City, situated on the east face of Wasatch Mountains, has a unique story: Initially a moun-

tain man trading center, Ogden grew rapidly after becoming “The Depot” at the junction of the intercontinental railroad. Ogden’s selection as a major venue city for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games has again focused attention on Ogden as a recreational Mecca. Combining Ogden’s world class recreation with a restored historic business district featuring distinctive shopping and dining, some of the best museums in the country, and outstanding cultural events, you have a city not to be missed.

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Utah Welcome to Utah, paradise for outdoor enthusiasts! From National Parks to ski resorts and golf courses, beautiful Park City to historic Temple Square, sunny St George to bustling Salt Lake City to tranquil Lake Powell, Utah will surprise you with its variety. Whether you come to ski or snowboard “The Greatest Snow on Earth,� to mountain bike Slickrock in Moab, to take a summer whitewater rafting splash down Cataract Canyon, or to visit the Old West with a tour of outlaw hideouts and stickups, Utah has adventure waiting.

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2010 Weber State Soccer Information Guide  

2010 Weber State Soccer Information Guide

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