2 COCHISE COLLEGE Douglas Campus Cochise College was established in 1962 and opened its doors in 1964 as one of the first community colleges in Arizona. Its mission is to provide accessible educational opportunities that are responsive to a diverse population and lead to constructive citizenship, meaningful careers, and lifelong learning. The college is located in an area rich in history and cultural diversity. The original 540-acre Douglas Campus is unique in its architecture and provides panoramic views of the Mule and Chiricahua mountains, as well as neighboring Sonora, Mexico. The 17-building Douglas Campus serves approximately 1,000 students each semester with a diverse curriculum of general education, liberal arts, and direct employment programs. The campus includes a student union, residence halls for men and women, and apartments for married students. The college offers modern computer labs in the residence halls and at locations around campus. All residence hall rooms have Internet access, which allows students to conduct library research in their rooms. An on-campus learning center provides free tutoring. In addition, there is an on-campus airport, a multi-media support lab to complement the five instructional computer labs, a theater, classrooms and laboratories. The Douglas Campus also is home to the college s competitive sports teams, including baseball, women s soccer, men s and women s basketball, and men s and women s rodeo. Athletic facilities are available for a variety of sports; there is a rodeo arena and a physical education facility, including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, gymnasium, wellness center and weight room.
3 COCHISE COLLEGE APACHES Cochise College Soccer has enjoyed much success since the program s inception in The team has qualified for the ACCAC playoffs 12 of the last 15 years. With many new faces joining the returning sophomores, the 2014 season promises to be exciting. The 2014 team features local players from Cochise County, as well as athletes from Utah, California, Nevada, Texas and Spain. This is the program s first year under Head Coach Chas Frisco. Apache players have been named NJCAA All-Americans, NJCAA First Team All-Region players, and to numerous ACCAC first and second teams. Five former Apaches have also played in the Women s Professional Soccer League. Cochise College is an environment that fosters athletic, academic and personal growth General Information Cochise College 4190 West Highway 80 Douglas, AZ (800) Founded 1962 President: Dr. J.D. Rottweiler Athletic Director: Dr. James "Bo" Hall Head Soccer Coach: Charles Frisco, (520) Assistant Coach: Derek Talcott, (520) Head Athletic Trainer: Nick Santos Conference: Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Nickname: Apaches Colors: Red and White through the game of soccer. Players interested in furthering their soccer career while pursuing a college degree would do well to consider the Apache program. Opportunities are available for new players each season. Student-athletes who can make a commitment to academic discipline in addition to good soccer senses are always welcome. Cochise College provides a fantastic setting for a focused athletic and academic experience, with manageable class sizes and an affordable education in a clean, safe, and friendly environment that is ideal for learning. As a two-year college, our team changes character virtually every season, which means available scholarship money and immediate playing time on a regular basis.
4 2014 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME SATURDAY, AUG. 16 SV FORCE DOUGLAS, AZ 2 P.M. SATURDAY, AUG. 23 GATEWAY* MOFFORD SPORTS COMPLEX 7 P.M. THURSDAY, AUG. 28 SCOTTSDALE* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. SATURDAY, AUG. 30 MESA* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPT. 2 SOUTH MOUNTAIN* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. THURSDAY, SEPT. 4 PHOENIX* PHOENIX, AZ 8 P.M. MONDAY, SEPT. 8 ARIZONA WESTERN* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11 PARADISE VALLEY* PHOENIX/REACH 11 7:30 P.M. THURSDAY, SEPT. 18 PIMA* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 20 GLENDALE* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPT. 23 CHANDLER-GILBERT* CHANDLER, AZ 7 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27 SCOTTSDALE* SCOTTSDALE, AZ 8 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPT. 30 GATEWAY* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 2 MESA* MESA, AZ 8 P.M. SATURDAY, OCT. 4 SOUTH MOUNTAIN* PHOENIX, AZ 2:30 P.M. TUESDAY, OCT. 7 PHOENIX* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 9 ARIZONA WESTERN* YUMA, AZ 7 P.M. SATURDAY, OCT. 11 PARADISE VALLEY* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. SATURDAY, OCT. 18 PIMA* TUCSON, AZ 7 P.M. MONDAY, OCT. 20 CHANDLER-GILBERT* DOUGLAS, AZ 3 P.M. THURSDAY, OCT. 23 GLENDALE* PIONEER PARK 4:30 P.M. OCT. 27-NOV. 1 REGION I TOURNAMENT TBA TBA NOV NATIONAL TOURNAMENT TBA TBA HOME MATCH *CONFERENCE GAMES
5 2014 ROSTER NO. NAME CLASS POS. HOMETOWN HIGH SCHOOL 0/1 DIANA MEDRANO FRESHMAN GK EL PASO, TX IRVIN 3 BREANNA LAIRD FRESHMAN MF SIERRA VISTA, AZ BUENA 4 BROOKE MADDEN SOPHOMORE S SIERRA VISTA, AZ BUENA 5 SHAUN GALL FRESHMAN MF SAHUARITA, AZ SAHUARITA 6 NAIARA SANCHEZ SOPHOMORE D NAVARRA, SPAIN BIURDANA 7 STEPHANIE MORENO FRESHMAN MF EL PASO, TX DEL VALLE 8 TAYLOR KRUSE FRESHMAN S TUCSON, AZ PALO VERDE MAGNET 9 GABRIELA MORALES FRESHMAN D LAS VEGAS, NV LAS VEGAS 10 IVONNE CISNEROS SOPHOMORE S SALT LAKE CITY, UT WEST HIGH 11 MARIEL HUNDLEY SOPHOMORE MF LAS VEGAS, NV LAS VEGAS 12 ANGELIQUE MORALES FRESHMAN D SIERRA VISTA, AZ BUENA 15 CATY GONZALEZ FRESHMAN D LAS VEGAS, NV VETERANS TRIBUTE CAREER TECH 17 BRITTANY MELVIN SOPHOMORE MF TEMECULA, CA GREAT OAK 18 ELIA MENDOZA FRESHMAN MF TUCSON, AZ PALO VERDE MAGNET 19 KAYLA HEATH FRESHMAN MF TUCSON, AZ CATALINA 21 T NAIHA WILLIAMS FRESHMAN D PLEASANT GROVE, UT PLEASANT GROVE 22 LEAH JARVIS FRESHMAN GK TUCSON, AZ SAHUARO 23 JESSICA MESSER FRESHMAN MF LAS VEGAS, NV GREEN VALLEY 24 DESSEREE FLORES FRESHMAN MF TUCSON, AZ DESERT VIEW 25 ANNA WYCKOFF FRESHMAN D SALT LAKE CITY, UT OLYMPUS
6 COACHING STAFF CHARLES FRISCO HEAD COACH Chas. Frisco graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor s of Fine Arts in 2000 and a Master of Fine Arts in 2011, both with an emphasis in ceramics. He holds a USSF A Coaching License and USSF National Youth License. He served as the Apaches assistant soccer coach in 2013 and was named the head coach in Prior to Cochise, he was an assistant coach of men s and women s soccer at Allen Community College in , and women s soccer assistant at North Georgia College and State University in Frisco s head coaching experience includes positions with club and youth teams from 1995 until 2010, most recently with the 94 girls, 95 boys and 96 boys of Alaska ODP in Anchorage. He was the Summer Director of Coaching in Alaska for both the Kenai Peninsula Soccer Club in and Northern Lights Soccer Club in He was the Director of Operations for Stars Soccer Club in Alpharetta, Ga., in While living in Kansas, Frisco worked as a ceramics instructor for Derby Recreation Center in and Friends University from 1999 to DEREK TALCOTT ASSISTANT COACH Derek Talcott has more than 10 years of combined college coaching and playing experience. As head men s and women s soccer coach at Cloud County Community College in Concordia, Kan., he led the 2013 men s squad to the NJCAA Region VI championship tournament and was honored as the 2013 Plains District Coach of the Year. He s held assistant coaching positions at Cloud County, Otero Junior College, Coffeyville Community College, and Tyler Junior College, where he helped lead the Apaches to back-to-back NJCAA national championships in 2009 and As the starting goalkeeper at the University of Rio Grande in Ohio, Talcott helped his team to NAIA national tournament quarterfinal appearances in 2005 and He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in sport and exercise studies from the University of Rio Grande with a minor in business management.
7 THE PLAYERS IVONNE CISNEROS #10 Sophomore Striker High School: West Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT Birthdate: April 16, 1995 Major: General Education Club Team: Joga FC DESSEREE FLORES #24 High School: Desert View Hometown: Tucson, AZ Birthdate: July 5, 1996 Major: Criminal Justice Club Team: FC Sonora SHAUN GALL #5 High School: Sahuarita Hometown: Sahuarita, AZ Birthdate: Nov. 3, 1995 Major: General Studies Other H.S. Sports: Swimming, Track Club Team: FC Sonora CATY GONZALEZ #15 Defense High School: Veterans Tribute Career Tech Academy Hometown: Las Vegas, NV Birthdate: May 15, 1995 Major: Criminal Justice Other H.S. Sports: Cheerleading Club Team: Heat FC, Players 95 KAYLA HEATH #19 High School: Catalina Magnet Hometown: Tucson, AZ Birthdate: Aug. 8, 1996 Major: Nursing Club Team: FC Sonora Venom MARIEL HUNDLEY #11 Sophomore High School: Las Vegas Hometown: Las Vegas, NV Birthdate: May 5, 1995 Major: Nursing Other H.S. Sports: Softball, Volleyball Club Team: Players SC LEAH JARVIS #22 Goalkeeper High School: Sahuaro Hometown: Tucson, AZ Birthdate: Feb. 25, 1996 Major: General Studies Club Team: FC Sonora TAYLOR KRUSE #8 Striker High School: Palo Verde Magnet Hometown: Tucson, AZ Birthdate: June 24, 1996 Major: Criminal Justice Other H.S. Sports: Softball Club Team: FC Sonora
8 THE PLAYERS BREANNA LAIRD #3 High School: Buena Hometown: Sierra Vista, AZ Birthdate: July 13, 1996 Major: Sports Medicine Other H.S. Sports: Cross Country, Track Club Team: CFC Force BROOKE MADDEN #4 Sophomore Striker High School: Buena Hometown: Sierra Vista, AZ Birthdate: May 18, 1995 Major: Public Health Club Team: Sierra Vista Force DIANA MEDRANO #0/1 Goalkeeper High School: Irvin Hometown: El Paso, TX Birthdate: Aug. 23, 1996 Major: Criminal Justice Other H.S. Sports: Volleyball Club Team: Vegas United BRITTANY MELVIN #17 Sophomore High School: Great Oak Hometown: Temecula, CA Birthdate: Oct. 22, 1994 Major: Nursing Other H.S. Sports: Cross Country, Track, Tennis Club Team: Legends ELIA MENDOZA #18 High School: Palo Verde Magnet Hometown: Tucson, AZ Birthdate: July 2, 1996 Major: Criminal Justice Other H.S. Sports: Softball, Cross Country, Track Club Team: Tanque Verde SC JESSICA MESSER #23 High School: Green Valley Hometown: Las Vegas, NV Birthdate: Jan. 15, 1996 Major: Exercise Science Club Team: Heat FC ANGELIQUE MORALES #12 Defense High School: Buena Hometown: Sierra Vista, AZ Birthdate: Sept. 21, 1995 Major: Psychology Other H.S. Sports: Track Club Team: CFC Force GABRIELA MORALES #9 Defense High School: Las Vegas Hometown: Las Vegas, NV Birthdate: Jan Major: Nursing Club Team: Heat FC
9 THE PLAYERS STEPHANIE MORENO #7 High School: Del Valle Hometown: El Paso, TX Birthdate: June 15, 1996 Major: Criminal Justice Club Team: FC United NAIARA SANCHEZ #6 Sophomore Defense High School: Biurdana Hometown: Pamplona, Spain Birthdate: Jan. 29, 1995 Major: General Studies Club Team: Lagunak T'NAIHA WILLIAMS #21 Defense High School: Pleasant Grove Hometown: Pleasant Grove, UT Birthdate: Jan. 19, 1996 Major: Nursing Other H.S. Sports: Basketball, Track Club Team: Celtic Storm ANNA WYCKOFF #25 Defense High School: Olympus Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT Birthdate: Aug. 26, 1996 Major: General Studies Club Team: Joga FC
10 RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GOALS SCORED, SINGLE GAME 5 Helena Appiagyei, vs. Scottsdale /17/07 GOALS SCORED, SEASON 20 Cassie Worley GOALS SCORED, CAREER 39 Cassie Worley /2001 PER GAME SCORING AVERAGE, SEASON 1.0 Anna Fischer PER GAME SCORING AVERAGE, CAREER 1.0 Anna Fischer /1999 MULTIPLE GOAL GAMES, SEASON 5 Cassie Worley /2001 MULTIPLE GOAL GAMES, CAREER 10 Cassie Worley /2001 GOAL SCORING STREAK, CONSECUTIVE GAMES 6 Cassie Worley POINTS SCORED, CONSECUTIVE GAMES 6 Cassie Worley SAVES, ONE GAME 22 Anna Fischer, vs. Glendale /19/98 SAVES, SEASON 123 Anna Fischer SAVES, CAREER 138 Anna Fischer /1999 SHUT-OUTS, SEASON 11 April Cline SHUT-OUTS, CAREER 19 April Cline BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE, SEASON.60 April Cline BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE, CAREER.892 Nadine Bualle ASSISTS, ONE GAME 3 Shana Brown, vs. Phoenix /8/01 Ivonne Cisneros vs. Gateway /31/13 and vs. South Mountain /21/13 ASSISTS, SEASON 10 Shana Brown ASSISTS, CAREER 14 Shana Brown , 2002 POINTS, ONE GAME 9 (4g, 1a) Amanda McDowell, vs. Chandler-Gilbert /2/98 Shana Brown, vs. Chandler-Gilbert /26/01 Cassie Worley, vs. Glendale /29/01 POINTS, SEASON 44 (19g, 6a) Cassie Worley POINTS, CAREER 87 (39g, 9a) Cassie Worley /2001 GOLDEN GOALS, SEASON 2 Charleen Rosson GOLDEN GOALS, CAREER 2 Charleen Rosson /2000 GAME-WINNING GOALS, SEASON 4 Roxanne Martinez Kira Sharp Cassie Worley GAME-WINNING GOALS, CAREER 7 Cassie Worley , 2001 TEAM RECORDS GOALS SCORED, ONE GAME 13 Scottsdale /17/03 GOALS SCORED, SEASON , 2003 PER GAME SCORING AVERAGE, SEASON , 2003 GOALS ALLOWED, ONE GAME 9 Glendale /19/98 9 UTEP /25/02 LONGEST WINNING STREAK 8...9/22/01-10/17/01 LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK /25/01-9/19/01 09/12/00-09/21/00 8/23/03 9/26/03 MOST WINS, SEASON MOST LOSSES, SEASON LONGEST WINLESS STREAK FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED, SEASON LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 13 Scottsdale (13-0) /17/03 LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 9 Glendale (9-0) /19/98 9 UTEP (9-0) /25/02 LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAK LONGEST ROAD WINNING STREAK , 2000, 2001, 2003, 2013 MOST TIES, SEASON MOST SHUT-OUTS, SEASON MOST SHUT-OUTS SUFFERED, SEASON
11 AFTER COCHISE Cochise College has rapidly developed a reputation as the player factory. Since the inception of our program in 1998, Hilary Anderson Liz Anguino Jennifer Arellano Mary Barrett Mariana Brito Neves Shana Brown Rachel Brushnahan Jennifer Calanche Pam Campbell Kelsey Centner April Cline Tina Contreras Andrea Daniels Juliana De Silva Talya De Leon Yvette Diaz de Leon Anna Fischer Tatiana Garay Wendy Gomez Annette Gonzalez Megan Gonzalez Shaila Goodman Jennifer Goodrum Angelina Green Adrienne Hall Jessica Hernandez Kristina Hernandez Shaunice Huffman Nicole Johnson Chelsea Lawson Makenna Lehrman Nicole Leschak Hannah McEwan Tori McNary Annette Meadows Amanda Moffett UNIVERSITY LEVEL Fort Lewis Eastern New Mexico Texas Wesleyan Idaho State New Mexico Highlands Angelo State San Francisco State Fort Lewis Eastern New Mexico Iowa Weslyom Cal State-Northridge University of Texas-El Paso Grambling State Goshen College San Diego Christian St. Mary s Grand Canyon Bethany College University of Texas-Permian Basin Southwest Texas State Hope International Boise State Weber State Eastern New Mexico Northwest Northern State San Diego Christian College Bethany College Eastern New Mexico Northwest Oklahoma State Martin Methodist University of Western Oregon Lincoln Memorial New Mexico Highlands Eastern New Mexico Methodist College many players have progressed to higher levels of soccer competition. Elise Molera Michelle Nikitas Valerie Noriega Jennifer Persons Gio Posada Katie Punske Sarah Ramirez Jennifer Ransford Lea Rohan Jessica Rosas Charleen Rosson Kira Sharp Holly Shores Karina Suetsugu Sheela Thompson Monika Ulanowska Danielle Urban Carla Vasquez Lesley Vertrees Cassie Worley Tina Contreras Andrea Daniels Sarah Ramirez Belmont Abbey College (NC) Central Missouri State Eastern New Mexico University of Texas El Paso Lindenwood University - Belleville San Francisco State University of Texas-El Paso Angelo State Evergreen State Eastern New Mexico Northwest Oklahoma State Metro State Humboldt State Auburn-Montgomery Colorado State (Pueblo) Southwest State William Penn Creighton Calumet College of St. Joseph Southwest Missouri State PROFESSIONAL LEVEL WPSL Albuquerque Crush WPSL Orlando Falcons, FFC Wacker Munchen 99 WPSL Arizona Heatwave WPSL Albuquerque Crush
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