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3 North Texas Athletics Department 1301 S. Bonnie Brae Denton, TX Office: (940) Shipping Address - Use this for overnight - FED EX / UPS 1301 S. Bonnie Brae Denton, TX Mailing Address - US Postal Service ONLY 1155 Union Circle # Denton, TX Credits: the North Texas Media Relations Department Photography: Rick Yeatts Mean Green Mission Statement * To promote and monitor the educational achievement and personal growth of student-athletes, emphasizing that their educational growth and development is the primary purpose of intercollegiate athletics. * To conduct an athletics program that protects and enhances the physical and educational welfare of student-athletes. * To provide fair and equitable opportunity for all student-athletes and staff participating in intercollegiate sport activities, regardless of gender or ethnicity. * To promote the principles of good sportsmanship and honesty in compliance with the University of North Texas, state, NCAA and conference regulations. * To conduct a competitive athletics program that promotes faculty, staff, student and community affiliation with the University of North Texas. * To serve the community through public service and outreach activities which positively reflect on the University of North Texas and promote good will in the community.

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 PROFILES 2012 Roster...2 Head Coach...3 Assistant Coaches...5 Player Profiles...7 Newcomer Profiles IN REVIEW 2011 Results and Statistics Sun Belt in Review All-Time Series RECORDS Individual Scoring Individual Records Goalkeeping Records Year-By-Year Leaders Year-By-Year Records All-Time Appearances Team Records Program Records Miscellaneous and Coaching Records North Texas Hall of Fame Year-By-Year Results Season Results Season Results North Texas Soccer Field Records Letterwinners All-Time Awards Academic Awards Memorable Moments History University Information Location: Denton, Texas Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 35,754 Nickname: Mean Green Colors: Green and White Conference: Sun Belt President: V. Lane Rawlins Athletic Director: Rick Villarreal Home Facility: Mean Green Soccer Complex Main Athletics Phone: School Website: MeanGreenSports.com Staff Information Head Coach: John Hedlund Alma Mater: Midwestern State ( 85) Overall Record: (17 years) NT Record: Same Office Phone: Assistant Coach: Cassidy Acuff Office Phone: Soccer Information First Year of Program: 1995 Starters R/L: 5/6 Letterwinners R/L: 12/7 Newcomers: Overall Record: Sun Belt Record (Finish): (1st) Media Information Soccer Media Contact: Tyler Bouldin Office Phone: Cell Phone: Soccer Quick Facts 2012 North Texas soccer Fact And Records Book 1

5 9 Numerical Roster profiles roster No. Name Ht. Yr. Pos. Hometown Last School 0 Kerestine, Jackie GK 6-1 So. Euless, Texas Colleyville Heritage 1 Riley, Haley K 5-9 Fr. Allen, Texas Allen 2 Holt, Shelly D 5-5 Jr. Birdville, Texas Birdville 3 Ortiz, Gabi MF 5-5 Fr. Austin, Texas McNeil 4 McDowell, Carly MF 5-4 Sr. Plano, Texas Plano West 5 Moreau, Jackie MF 5-8 Fr. Coppell, Texas Coppell 6 Grisham, Molly D 5-7 Fr. Longview, Texas Longview 7 Graham, Tess D 5-7 Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer 8 Cox, Leah MF 5-7 So. Colleyville, Texas Liberty Christian 9 Hercules, Lynda F 5-7 Jr. Plano, Texas BYU 10 Pineda, Karla MF 5-5 Fr. Houston, Texas Aldine 11 Bucklew, Paige D 5-6 Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer 12 Haggerty, Amber F 5-4 Fr. Mesquite, Texas Dallas Christian School 13 Guderian, Allison D 5-6 Jr. Coppell, Texas Coppell 14 Brooks, Kara MF 5-7 Sr. Hurst, Texas L.D. Bell 15 Hodges, Kelsey D 5-7 Jr. Denton, Texas Guyer 16 Young, Michelle F 5-4 Sr. Mesquite, Texas Poteet 18 Pantoja, Marissa MF 5-5 RFr. Sachse, Texas Sachse 19 Stallcup, Alyson MF 5-10 So. Keller, Texas Keller 20 Ross, Katelyn F 5-4 Sr. Justin, Texas Texas A&M-Commerce 21 Hulstein, Lindsey MF 5-9 Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer 22 Adamé, Tori D 5-4 Jr. Ovilla, Texas Houston Baptist 23 Burgardt, Amanda F 5-7 Jr. Arlington, Texas SMU 24 Mengwasser, Madden MF 5-5 Fr. Bedford, Texas Euless Trinity 26 Funamoto, Miki D 5-6 Fr. Kobe, Japan Nagata 9 Alphabetical Roster No. Name Ht. Yr. Pos. Hometown Last School 22 Adamé, Tori D 5-4 Jr. Ovilla, Texas Houston Baptist 14 Brooks, Kara MF 5-7 Sr. Hurst, Texas L.D. Bell 11 Bucklew, Paige D 5-6 Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer 23 Burgardt, Amanda F 5-7 Jr. Arlington, Texas SMU 8 Cox, Leah MF 5-7 So. Colleyville, Texas Liberty Christian 7 Graham, Tess D 5-7 Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer 6 Grisham, Molly D 5-7 Fr. Longview, Texas Longview 13 Guderian, Allison D 5-6 Jr. Coppell, Texas Coppell 26 Funamoto, Miki D 5-6 Fr. Kobe, Japan Nagata 12 Haggerty, Amber F 5-4 Fr. Mesquite, Texas Dallas Christian School 9 Hercules, Lynda F 5-7 Jr. Plano, Texas BYU 15 Hodges, Kelsey D 5-7 Jr. Denton, Texas Guyer 2 Holt, Shelly D 5-5 Jr. Birdville, Texas Birdville 21 Hulstein, Lindsey MF 5-9 Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer 0 Kerestine, Jackie GK 6-1 So. Euless, Texas Colleyville Heritage 4 McDowell, Carly MF 5-4 Sr. Plano, Texas Plano West 24 Mengwasser, Madden MF 5-5 Fr. Bedford, Texas Euless Trinity 5 Moreau, Jackie MF 5-8 Fr. Coppell, Texas Coppell 3 Ortiz, Gabi MF 5-5 Fr. Austin, Texas McNeil 18 Pantoja, Marissa MF 5-5 RFr. Sachse, Texas Sachse 10 Pineda, Karla MF 5-5 Fr. Houston, Texas Aldine 1 Riley, Haley GK 5-9 Fr. Allen, Texas Allen 20 Ross, Katelyn F 5-4 Sr. Justin, Texas Texas A&M-Commerce 19 Stallcup, Alyson MF 5-10 So. Keller, Texas Keller 16 Young, Michelle F 5-4 Sr. Mesquite, Texas Poteet HEAD COACH: John Hedlund ASSISTANT COACH: Cassidy Acuff GOALKEEPERS COACH: Matt Montayne ATHLETIC TRAINER: Megan Burki North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

6 John Hedlund Head Coach 18th Year 4 Midwestern State 84 Having established himself as one of the most prominent coaches in the Central Region, John Hedlund has molded the soccer program into one of the nation s elite. Hedlund, who is entering his 18th season at North Texas, has had a winning season all 17 years; only Anson Dorrance (North Carolina, 30 years) and John Daly (William & Mary, 25 years) have active streaks of more winning seasons at one school. Since 1995, Coach Hedlund has led North Texas to a record, the 8th-best winning percentage among all coaches nationally at just one school. In 2011, Hedlund led the Mean Green to its sixth overall conference-championship trophy and fourth regular-season title. North Texas beat Denver 1-0 on the last day of the season to clinch the top spot in the Sun Belt. Hedlund was named Sun Belt Coach of the Year for the Mean Green s conference season. Hedlund celebrated his 200-win milestone with a 2-1 triumph over Baylor on September 11, During his tenure at North Texas, Hedlund s 234 wins rank him 18th among active Division I women s soccer coaches with a winning percentage of.701. All-time, he is the 18th-winningest coach among Division I coaches. Hedlund is also ranked 27th in victories among active coaches in Division I women s soccer. During his 17 years as the head coach of the Mean Green, Hedlund has seen 56 players selected to the all-conference team, 16 players named all-region, and the Mean Green has never had a losing season in the program s history. Under Hedlund s leadership, North Texas has captured four Sun Belt Conference regular-season championships and two Sun Belt Conference Tournament titles. Hedlund has been named Sun Belt Coach of the Year three times (2004, 2005, 2011) and has been recognized as the North Texas Coach of the Year by the Dallas Morning News and the Dallas All Sports Association. He was also named the Coach of the Year by the Greater Denton Sports Commission two years in a row. Hedlund started the program from scratch in 1995 by implementing a game plan that emphasizes recruiting from the surplus of talent available in the Lone Star State. In his 17 years, the Mean Green has vaulted itself into one of the premier programs in the state of Texas. In 2007, Hedlund led North Texas to its best start in school history with a 13-2 record through the first 15 games. Within the first 15 games, the Mean Green had two six-game winning streaks for the first time in school history. North Texas reached the conference tournament championship game for the eighth straight season, a feat that has not been matched by any other team in the Sun Belt Conference. Hedlund led the Mean Green to its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament and a school-record 16 wins in Hedlund equaled that performance by winning 16 games and leading the Mean Green to back-to-back SBC titles in 2005 and a second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. Hedlund was also named the 2005 Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year. In 2005, North Texas set numerous school records and had the nation s third-longest unbeaten streak at 15 games. At home, North Texas has established a record of dominance, with a record of since the 2000 season. Individually, Hedlund brought out the best in forward Marilyn Marin as she turned in the best individual season in North Texas history in Marin led the nation in goals, points and points per game. She ended her career with 214 career points, tied for 10th in NCAA history, 88 goals, eight in NCAA history, 2.70 points per game, tied for seventh in NCAA history, and 1.11 goals per game, tied for eighth in NCAA history. His standard for success began in 2001 when he guided the Mean Green to the Sun Belt Conference s regular-season championship -- the program s first-ever soccer title -- and a 13-5 overall record. In 11 years in the Sun Belt Conference, the Mean Green has also earned the respect of the league s coaches. 42 different players have been selected all-conference and 31 have been named first-team all-conference since joining the SBC. Marin and Kendall Juett are the only four-time all-conference selections in North Texas soccer history. Heather Hutyra became the second player at North Texas to the named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year. Under Hedlund s guidance, four of his players have also been chosen Freshman All-America, including Marin as a first team pick in Freshman Janaye Woods joined that list she was named the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year and profiles 9 head coach The Hedlund File Coaching Career 1995-present: Head Women s Coach, North Texas 4 3rd - longest streak of consecutive winning seasons at one school 4 18th - best career winning percentage among coaches all-time 4 27th - most victories among active coaches consecutive winning seasons with a 70 percent winning percentage seasons ranked in the top 10 of the Central Region by Soccer Buzz 4 6 Conference Titles and 6 Runner-Up 2011 Sun Belt Regular Season 2005 Sun Belt Regular Season 2005 Sun Belt Tournament 2004 Sun Belt Regular Season 2004 Sun Belt Tournament 2001 Sun Belt Regular Season 4 6-Time Coach of the Year 2011 Sun Belt Conference 2005 Sun Belt Conference 2004 Sun Belt Conference 2004, 2005 Greater Denton Sports Commission 2001 Dallas Morning News 4 2-Time All-Academic Team Honors in 1998 and 1999 Playing Career : Dallas Sidekicks * 1987 MISL Champions * 1993 CISL Champions : Dallas Rockets * 1989 SISL Defensive Player of the Year : New York Express * Signed with first professional team at age US National Team * Played with the US National Team in several tournaments, which included Sweden, Finland, South Korea and Canada Midwestern State Univer. * 1984 All-American, Team Captain * 1983, All-American, MVP National Tournament, All-Tournament Team, tied National Tournament record, scoring four goals in one game 2012 North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 3

7 profiles 9 head coach named to the Freshman All-Region team in Four women s soccer players have been inducted to the North Texas Athletic Hall of Fame. Krista Davey became the first soccer player to be inducted in 2005, followed by Christy Johnson in 2007 and Marilyn Marin in Melinda Pina was voted into the Hall of Fame in Under Hedlund, the Mean Green have also succeeded in the classroom, boasting an overall 3.4 team GPA in 2000 and twice being named the school s All-Academic Team in 1998 and The team was recognized for its off-field accomplishments by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as one of the recipients for the 2010 NSCAA Team Academic Award. The NSCAA annually hands out the academic honor to Division I schools whose team grade point average is a 3.0 or higher and the most recent accolade is for the academic year. The Mean Green, who posted a 3.30 team GPA in the spring of 2010, has now earned at least a 3.0 team GPA three years in a row. Additionally, the women s soccer team s APR (Academic Progress Report) has been ranked in the top 10% nationally three out of the last four years. Hedlund s association with North Texas began in 1990 as an assistant men s soccer coach. He served briefly as the head coach of the men s program in 1994 before the university discontinued the sport. In 1995, Hedlund concluded a 12-year professional playing career in which he played defender for the United States Men s Olympic qualifying team ( ), the New York Express ( ), the Dallas Sidekicks ( and ) and the Dallas Rockets ( ). In four seasons with the Sidekicks, he scored 15 goals in 78 games over four seasons, and ranks 19th in team history in shots blocked and 33rd in games played. He was a member of the and 1993 Sidekicks championship teams, blocking a total of 20 shots during his playoff career, the 12th-most in Sidekicks history. He scored 5 goals in the 1994 CISL playoffs for the Sidekicks, and ranks 20th in club history in playoff goals. In the outdoor game, Hedlund played with the Richardson Rockets, who won the 1991 SISL Championship and reached the 1991 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final. Hedlund helped the Rockets reach new heights in American soccer by reaching the fourth round of the 1992 CONCACAF Champions Cup. The Dallas Rockets were one of only three United States teams to reach the fourth round of the Champions Cup in the pre-major League Soccer era ( ), but fell in the fourth round to Club America in Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. He played with the United States Olympic team under Manfred Schellscheidt in the lead-up to the 1984 Summer Olympics, but missed the Olympic Tournament due to injury. With the United States, Hedlund played tournaments in South Korea, Sweden, Finland and Malaysia. A four-year letterwinner at Midwestern State University, Hedlund was twice voted to the NAIA All-America team in college. He scored 26 goals and added 12 assists, playing several different positions on the pitch. He was named the Most Valuable Player in the 1983 NAIA National Tournament after leading the Mustangs to the championship game. He is a member of Midwestern State s Athletic Hall of Honor. The Plano native holds a bachelor s degree in criminal justice from Midwestern State and resides in Argyle with his wife, Julie, and sons Chad, who plays football for Wake Forest, and Cole, who set the national high school football record in field goals made for Argyle High School in John Hedlund s Coaching Career Year School Record Highlights 1991 North Texas (Asst. Men s Coach) Beat nationally-ranked St. Louis 1992 North Texas (Asst. Men s Coach) Won seven of last nine games 1993 North Texas (Asst. Men s Coach) Went in last nine games 1994 No North Texas team 1995 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Winning record in program s inaugural season 1996 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) 11-8 Missed Big West Tournament by one win 1997 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) 13-6 Led country in scoring for five weeks 1998 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) First win over nationally-ranked opponent 1999 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) First-ever win over Texas 2000 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Finals 2001 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) 13-5 Sun Belt Conference Champions 2002 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Finals 2003 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Finals 2004 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Sun Belt Conference Champions Advanced to NCAA Tournament 2005 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Sun Belt Conference Champions Advanced to NCAA Tournament 2006 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Finals 2007 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Finals 2008 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Semifinals 2009 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Advanced to Sun Belt Tournament Semifinals 2010 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Eight game unbeaten streak 2011 North Texas (Head Women s Coach) Sun Belt Conference Champions North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

8 profiles 9 assistant coaches Cassidy Acuff Matt Montayne Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Third Year 4 UT-Dallas 06 Second Year 4 Midwestern State 11 Belt Conference Championship. Cassidy Acuff enters her third year on the University of North Texas soccer staff in 2012 after helping the Mean Green to the 2011 Sun Matt Montayne enters his second year as North Texas goalkeeper coach in 2012, bringing a wealth of experience coaching goalkeepers. In the two complete seasons Acuff has been at North Texas, Mean Green players have been named First Team All-Sun Belt four times. The Mean Green has won 26 games and a conference title since Acuff has been on staff. In 2011, she helped the Mean Green to its first conference championship since 2005, as North Texas finished 22nd in scoring offense and 23rd in goals against average. The Mean Green also finished in the top 30 in shutout percentage and win-loss-tie percentage in She is among among the elite state coaches in Texas, serving as the head coach for the U-15 and U-13 ODP teams for North Texas and worked side-by-side with Gary Williamson, the NT State Coach and serval Regional/National coaches through the ODP system, prior to her arrival at North Texas. Acuff also served as the soccer coach at Dallas Hockaday School and won the Southwest Preparatory Conference in 2007 and As a player, Acuff played for the prestigious Dallas Texans coached by Hassan Nazari, winning the State Cup twice and also winning the SPC for Hockaday in From there, she attended Purdue University and played in the Big Ten Conference before transferring back home to finish her college career at the University of Texas at Dallas. In 2011, Montayne helped North Texas goalkeepers tie a single-season school record with 11 shutouts, which were instrumental to winning the Sun Belt Conference title. He helped starting keeper Jackie Kerestine to the North Texas single-season goals-against-average record as a freshman. As a team, North Texas posted the second-best goals against average in school history, and ranked 23rd in the nation in GAA. Montayne has been a goalkeeper instructor since 2007, giving private lessons through Dobsonsoccer.com since Additionally, Montayne has coached Midwestern State University keepers, and coached keepers at prestigious youth clubs such as Dallas Cosmos SC, Andromeda, Texas Lone Stars and Mustangs FC. He has earned NSCAA Goalkeeping level I, II and III diplomas. As a player, Montayne was a standout keeper, helping lead Richland College to the 2003 NJCAA National Championship. Montayne played one year in the PASL (Indoor Soccer) for the Rockwall Raptors. Montayne was a member of the ODP pool, and was a two-time All-District selection at Naaman Forest High School. He won a gold medal for Flame United in the junior championships in Prague, Czech Republic. Montayne is a 2011 graduate of Midwestern State University. At UT-Dallas, Acuff was the Defensive Player of the Year in 2003 and led the Comets to the regional finals of the NCAA Division III tournament that same year. She was also named team captain in 2003 and Acuff received her bachelor s degree in business administration from UT-Dallas in North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 5

9 profiles 9 assistant coaches Nicki Sechelski Director of Operations Daniel Dobson Volunteer Coach First Year 4 Texas A&M 07 First Year 4 Memphis Nicki Sechelski is in her first year at North Texas as director of soccer operations after spending the past few years in College Station. The former Aggies goalkeeper has spent time as a club soccer coach for the Dallas Texans, coach for the South Texas Olympic Development program, and was also a physical-education teacher for Oakwood Intermediate in College Station. Sechelski graduated from Texas A&M in 2007 with a bachelor s degree in science, and is currently seeking a master s in kinesiology with an emphasis in sports psychology at the University of North Texas. Daniel Dobson is in his first year as a North Texas volunteer assistant coach after a successful run in major league and collegiate soccer. Dobson has over six years of coaching experience, leading Select and Academy teams in the DFW area. He has been the head JV coach at the Episcopal School of Dallas since As a player, Dobson saw time as a midfielder and defender for the University of Memphis from He was the Tigers team captain in 2004, helping lead the team to a Conference-USA regular-season title and C-USA tournament championship. Following his collegiate playing days, he became the first Memphis product to sign a Major League Soccer contract, gaining time with the Kansas City Wizards and Chivas USA. Dobson is a graduate of Naaman Forest High School in Garland, Texas North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

10 profiles 9 player profiles 18 Tori Adame 14 Kara Brooks Defense Jr Ovilla, Texas 4 (Houston Baptist) 2011: Played in 18 games, including six starts at left back from Aug. 28 to Sept. 16 Attempted two shots Played 77 minutes against SMU (Sept. 2) and vs. UC Riverside (Sept. 16) Helped hold opponents to a 0.99 GAA in games she started on the back line (HBU): Played in all 22 matches with 13 starts Came off the bench to score a goal in 32 minutes at South Dakota (10/22) Assisted on a goal and played a season-high 102 minutes against Lamar (9/29) Played 1,166 minutes for the Huskies in the midfield Helped HBU win the Great West Championship on penalty kicks by converting her attempt in the penalty shootout against North Dakota (11/8) Scored one goal and added an assist for three points on the season Took 15 shots, three on goal. High School/Personal: Participated in cross country, track and soccer for two years at Ovilla Christian School Was 2006 TAPPS 4A Individual Cross Country State Champion and led cross country team to a state championship Led track team to the district championship Placed third in the state meet in the 4x4 relay and 800m Earned first-team all-state honors in the 4x400 and 800m in 2008 Placed third in the district in the 800m and the 4x400 relay. Earned first-team all-district honors in the 4x400 and 800m Was the starting midfielder as a freshman on the soccer team, starting every game Transferred to Midlothian High School junior year Team was district champions and regional qualifiers Earned Honorable Mention junior year Named team captain Team was district champions and regional semifinalists Earned first team all-district, first team all-region, academic all-state and TASCO Senior Showcase All-Star Team participant Led the team with 20 goals and nine assists senior year Played club for Dallas Sting Black 92 from Team captain who led the team in goals team was the finalist in the 2007 Orange Classic Tournament and finalist in 2007 Texas Cup Moved to Sting Dallas Royal 92 from CASL Tournament finalists in 2007, Champion in 2008 and Texas Cup semifinalist in 2009 Daughter of Alvino and Vanessa Adame Born on January 21, 1992 Has one brother, Paul, and one sister, Leslie. Midfield Sr Hurst, Texas 4 (L.D. Bell) Career: Ranks seventh in career minutes played. 2011: Started all 21 games, picking up five assists Played the entire duration of 15 games, including the last eight games of the season Played 1,822 minutes, second-most on the team and eighth-most in a single season at North Texas Had two assists against Troy in the Sun Belt Tournament (Nov. 2) Assisted against UALR (Oct. 20) Assisted against Troy (Oct. 7) Assisted against Grambling (Aug. 28) 2010: Played the entire duration of 19 of 21 games, and played a team-high 1,938 minutes Played every minute of the last 15 games of the season and ended the season with an active streak of 1410 minutes played over 16 games Anchored a back line that ranked 35th in the nation in goals against average. 2009: Suffered a season-ending facial injury in the fourth game of the season against Texas Tech and received a medical hardship for the 2009 season. 2008: Made a smooth transition from forward to defender and helped form a dominant back line Scored a goal in a win against ETSU Took 19 shots in 20 games, 17 of which she started. High School/Personal: Recorded 33 goals and 14 assists for L.D. Bell and was named the District 7-5A Player of the Year for the second straight season Scored 89 career goals in her four years at L.D. Bell Named the Fort Worth Star-Telegram s Player of the Year and to the Dallas Morning News All-Area team Named District 7-5A MVP and Forward of the Year Was a three-time alldistrict performer and was also named to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Tarrant County Super Team twice and the Dallas Morning News All-Area Team As a junior, scored 28 goals with four assists Played for the North Texas Olympic Development Program State Team from and participated in the Olympic Region III Camp in 2003 Her club team, Sting, was ranked No. 18 nationally, No. 5 in Region III and No. 2 in North Texas Named to the District 7-5A All- Academic Team and graduated with a 3.84 GPA Daughter of Mark and Patti Brooks Has a sister, Amanda Born on August 27, Goals: 9/12/2008 East Tennessee State (56 ) ADAME S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK 2010 (HBU) TOTAL BROOKS CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 7

11 profiles 9 player profiles 8 Leah Cox 13 Allison Guderian Midfield Defense So Colleyville, Texas4 (Liberty Christian) Jr Coppell, Texas 4 (Coppell) 2011: Played in 19 games, including one start Registered one assist on the season Assisted on the game s only goal at Houston (Sept. 4) Started at Texas Southern (Aug. 26) Played a season-high 63 minutes vs. Oral Roberts (Aug. 21) Took four shots vs. Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 18) Ranked second among North Texas freshmen with 464 minutes played. High School/Personal: Named to first team all-state for TAPPS 4A in & Helped Liberty Christian win the TAPPS 4A State Championship Named district offensive MVP during Liberty Christian s championship run Named to the All-State Tournament team in Received Newcomer of the Year honors in her district in Named first team All-district in , and Played club for Sting West 93 Born April 11, 1993 in Irving, Texas Daughter of Dennis and Joan Cox Has one brother, Matthew and one sister, Amy. 2011: Started the first 13 games of the season at right back before missing the rest of the season due to injury Scored her first-career goal from 40 yards out against Oral Roberts on Aug. 21 Played a season-high 74 minutes against the Golden Eagles North Texas led the Sun Belt in goals allowed at the time of her injury at Oct. 2 Took four corner kicks and three shots on the season. 2010: Played in all 21 games, and made two starts Assisted on a goal vs. Prairie View A&M on 8/27 Took nine corner kicks over the course of the season. High School/Personal: Won three letters for coach Chris Stricker at Coppell High School Holds eight years of experience on the club level Played for Inter 92 Blue, FC Texas 92 and FC Dallas 92 from 2002 through 2007 A member of Solar 92 from 2007 to 2010 Attended the Olympic Development Program s Region III camp in 2008 Also earned three letters in track and field Born February 19, 1992 in Dallas, Texas Daughter of Karl and Nancy Guderian Has one younger brother, Chad, and one younger sister, Madeline. Goals: 8/21/2011 Oral Roberts (10 ) COX S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL GUDERIAN S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

12 15 Kelsey Hodges Defense Jr Denton, Texas 4 (Guyer) profiles 9 player profiles Goals: 8/20/2010 Texas Southern (23 ) 8/20/2010 Texas Southern (50 ) 8/20/2010 Texas Southern (67 ) 8/27/2010 vs. Prairie View A&M (13 ) 8/27/2010 vs. Prairie View A&M (49 ) 8/27/2010 vs. Prairie View A&M (62 ) 10/10/2010 at South Alabama (4 ) 10/15/2010 FIU (21 ) 10/17/2010 FAU (10 ) 8/26/2011 at Texas Southern (83 ) 8/28/2011 Grambling (65 ) 9/9/2011 Sam Houston State (3 ) 9/18/11 vs. Cal State Fullerton (72 ) 10/2/11 at Louisiana-Lafayette (14 ) 10/23/11 at Arkansas State (63 ) 10/28/11 Denver (5 ) 2011: Named First Team All-Sun Belt Led all Sun Belt defenders with seven goals and added four assists on the season Scored the game-winning goal on a free kick from beyond midfield and blocked a potential game-tying goal with her face in North Texas Sun Belt title-clinching game against Denver (Oct. 28) Named Sun Belt Player of the Week and a national Prime Time Performer by CollegeSoccer360 for her efforts against Denver North Texas had a 0.40 goals against average while she was on the field in league play Assisted on Nikki Crocco s first goal against SMU (Sept. 2), finding her in the box off a free kick from just in front of the midfield stripe Played a team-leading 1,842 minutes, the 7th-most in a single season at North Texas Scored a goal and assisted on two others against Grambling (Aug. 28) Played the entire duration of 16 games Played in all 21 games and started 20, primarily playing center back Named Preseason All-Sun Belt Scored in back-to-back games twice; at Texas Southern (Aug. 26) and Grambling (Aug. 28); at Arkansas State (Oct. 23) and Denver (Oct. 28) Converted her penalty kick attempt in the shootout against Western Kentucky at the Sun Belt Tournament (Nov. 3) 2010: Started and played in 20 games Led the team with nine goals Ranked 113th in the nation in goals per game Opened her career with a hat trick against Texas Southern on 8/20, becoming the first North Texas player to record a hat trick in her debut since Christy Johnson scored 5 goals against McNeese State on 8/30/1997 Scored a hat trick vs. Prairie View A&M on 8/27, making her the first North Texas player to have two hat tricks in the same season since Heather Hutyra in 2005 Scored in the fourth minute at South Alabama (10/10) Scored in the 21st minute against FIU (10/15) Notched the game-winner against FAU (10/17), scoring in her third straight game Assisted on a goal against Arkansas State, her first career assist (10/24). High School/Personal: A four-time letter winner for coach Kristin Wilhelmson at Guyer High School Helped lead the Wildcats to the Class 4A Region I Finals in 2010 and an area championship in 2009 Selected to the TASCO All-Region First Team and All-State Second Team in 2010 Earned District 5-4A First Team honors all four years Tabbed District 5-4A s Midfielder of the Year as a senior and Newcomer of the Year as a freshman Named Guyer s Defensive MVP in 2010 Set Guyer s freshman record for goals and points scored A four-time academic all-district honoree and a TASCO Academic All-State selection in 2010 A five-year member of Sting 92, where her highlights include four North Texas State Cup titles, four USYS Region III Semifinals, one USYS National Semifinals, and two Red Bull National Leage Semifinals Also lettered in track and basketball Holds the school record for long jump Born Nov. 5, 1991 in Denton Daughter of Kevin and Ann Hodges Has one younger brother, Kyle Father played football at Rice Member of GHS Leadership Program, Junior National Honor Society and Renaissance Program. HODGES CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 9

13 profiles 9 player profiles 2 Shelly Holt 0 Jackie Kerestine Defense Goalkeeper Jr Birdville, Texas 4 (Birdville) So Euless, Texas 4 (Colleyville Heritage) 2011: Saw playing time in all 21 games and played a total of 1,247 minutes Started the last eight games of the season and played at least 90 minutes in each game Led North Texas defenders with two assists in conference games; vs Middle Tennessee (Sept. 25) and at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 16) Assisted at Texas Southern (Aug. 26) Took a shot against Troy on Nov. 2 in the Sun Belt Tournament 2010: Saw playing time in 12 games and a total of 306 minutes on the pitch Played a season-high 69 minutes at Sam Houston State Took three shots. High School/Personal: Played for coach Eddie Brown at Birdville High School A four-year letterman for the Hawks Holds the Birdville H.S. record for career assists A three-time all-district performer Named to the District 6-4A First Team and Co-Midfielder of the Year as a senior Also earned a spot on the TASCO All-Region team in 2009 An All-District 6-4A first team performer in 2008 Garnered a spot on the TASCO All-Region team as a junior Named to the District 6-4A Second Team as a sophomore in 2007 Born Sept. 18, 1991 in Hurst, Texas Is the daughter of Lance and Starla Holt Has one older sister, Holly, and one younger sister, Allison. Career: Enters 2012 as the North Texas career leader in goals against average (0.71) Ranks ninth on the career saves list with 72 Ranks sixth in career wins Ranks seventh in career minutes played by a goalkeeper Tied for 5th with 9 career shutouts. 2011: Set a North Texas single-season record with a goals against average of 0.71 Ranked second on North Texas single-season list with 9 shutouts Ranked fourth on North Texas single-season save percentage list (.837) Posted seven shutouts in the last 10 games of the year, and did not allow two goals in a single game after Sept. 18 Led the Sun Belt Conference in goals against average, shutouts and save percentage in league games Ranked 27th nationally in goals against average Named to the All-Sun Belt Tournament team, after not conceding a goal in the tournament Tied for second in a single season with 14 wins on the year Named SoccerSavings.com/Dallas Soccer News Player of the Week on Oct. 3 for making six saves and posting two consecutive shutouts at ULM (Sept. 30) and at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct. 2) Named the 13th-best player in the Sun Belt Conference by Top Drawer Soccer Saved a penalty kick against Middle Tennessee (Sept. 25) Posted a scoreless streak of 378:59 from Sept. 23 to Oct. 7 Finished the season with a scoreless streak of 314:18 spanning from Oct. 23 to the end of the season Saved 10 shots at Arkansas State (Oct. 23) and vs. Western Kentucky (Nov. 3), both of which tie for seventh-most in a single game at North Texas Picked up her first career shutout by making seven saves in a 1-0 victory at Houston (Sept. 2) High School/Personal: Named Fort Worth Star-Telegram Player of the Year in 2011 Allowed only four goals in 26 games for a 0.15 GAA her senior season Did not allow a goal from 1/25 until overtime of the state title game on 4/16, a span of 19 straight shutouts Shut out the opponent in all 22 of Colleyville Heritage s wins in 2011 Named to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team in 2010 and 2011 Named District Goalkeeper of the Year in 2010 and 2011 Led Colleyville Heritage to the 5A State Title game in 2011 before falling in overtime Helped Colleyville Heritage win the District 5-5A championship in 2009 and the Bi-District championship in 2010 Holds the Colleyville Heritage school record and qualified for regionals in the shot put Played club for Sting West 93 Born July 2, 1993 Daughter of Paul and Diane Kerestine Her father, Paul Kerestine, lettered for the Mean Green football team in 1978 and 1979 Has one brother, Phillip, and one sister, Kerilyn. HOLT S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL KERESTINE S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS Min. GAA Saves SHO Record : TOTAL : North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

14 4 Carly McDowell Midfield profiles 9 player profiles Sr Plano, Texas 4 (Plano West) 2011: Played in 21 games, starting 11 Scored twice against Grambling (Aug. 28) Scored against Oral Roberts (Aug. 21) Netted the game-winner against UALR (Oct. 20) Took 29 corner kicks on the season Played a season-high 92 minutes at Arkansas State (Oct. 23) Played 87 minutes in North Texas conference championship-clinching win against Denver (Oct. 28) 2010: Played in 21 games, and started 16 Doubled up against ULM on 10/1, scoring in the 68th and 74th minute, making her the third North Texas player to have a multi-goal game in 2010 Scored directly off of a corner kick on 10/3 against Louisiana-Lafayette, giving her goals in two straight games Scored a goal and collected an assist against Arkansas State (10/24) Assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Jacksonville State (8/29). 2009: Played in 19 games with 16 starts Scored two goals and compiled four points Took 26 shots and 13 shots on goal Claimed a game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Sam Houston State, the first game of her career Netted her second game -winner versus Louisiana-Lafayette. High School: Under head coach Jennifer Grubb, won the state championship at Plano West in 2007 Selected first-team all-district in 2008 Was the team captain in 2008 Finished high school with a 3.99 GPA and was a member of the National Honor Society Spent two years on the Olympic Development Program with 90 North Texas State Competed in track and was a gold medalist in the 100M and 200M Played eight seasons of club soccer with Sting 91 and was a team captain in 2001 and Personal: Born October 18, 1990 Daughter of Rick and Susan McDowell Has one sister, Caitlin, who plays soccer at the University of Maryland. MCDOWELL S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 11

15 profiles 9 player profiles 20 Katelyn Ross Forward Sr Justin, Texas 4 (Texas A&M -Commerce) 2011: Saw the field in 14 games and 321 total minutes Led all newcomers with three goals on the season Had an assist in the Mean Green s opening game against Oral Roberts (Aug. 21) Scored goals in back-toback games against Texas Southern (Aug. 26) and Grambling (Aug. 28) Scored a goal on four shots versus Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct. 2) 2010 (Texas A&M Commerce): Played in three games for the Lions Started and played 23 minutes against TWU Played a total of 63 minutes for the Lions (Texas A&M-Commerce): Played in three contests Scored first collegiate goal in the 8-0 win over Texas A&M-International (9/4) Took a season-high three shots against the Dustdevils in 45 minutes of action Earned a start in the 1-0 victory against TWU (9/29) Saw action against St. Edward s (9/20). High School/Personal: A four-year letterwinner and two-time captain at Northwest High School Played club soccer for the Solar 91 which was nationally ranked Saw action on the Texas Under 23 Olympic Developmental Program team. Personal: Born October 15, 1990 Daughter of Stephen and Kelly Ross Father competes in professional rodeo competitions. Goals: 8/26/2011 at Texas Southern (40 ) 8/28/2011 vs. Grambling (81 ) 10/2/2011 at Louisiana-Lafayette (31 ) 19 Alyson Stallcup Midfield So Keller, Texas 4 (Keller) 2011: Played in 11 games, including a start vs. Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 18) Played 30 or more minutes in four games and a season-high 39 versus Grambling on Aug. 28 Took four shots on the season Played 215 minutes on the season. High School/Personal: Named an all-district selection in 2009 and 2011 Played club for Sting Blue 93 Born on May 17, 1993 Daughter of Frank and Theresa Stallcup Has one brother, Aaron. ROSS CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK 2009 (A&M-C) (A&M-C) TOTAL STALLCUP S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

16 16 Michelle Young Forward profiles 9 player profiles goal in a 2-1 triumph over Texas Tech Earned her first assist in a 2-1 victory over Middle Tennessee in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. High School/Personal: Played under head coach Kelly Thomas at Poteet where she was Forward of the Year, Offensive MVP and first-team all-district Was also a member of the Pirate band and won the TMEA Award and state marching champions in and Has three brothers, Michael, Steven and Thomas Born March 13, 1991 Is the daughter of Amie Young. Sr Mesquite, Texas 4 (Poteet) Career: Is tied for seventh in career goals at North Texas Is 10th with 67 career points Ranks seventh in career shots at North Texas Ranks fifth in career game-winning goals at North Texas Tied for fourth in career shots on goal at North Texas 2011: Started 20 games Named First Team All-Sun Belt Named the thirdbest player in the Sun Belt Conference by Top Drawer Soccer Named Sun Belt Player of the Week on Sept. 27 for scoring three goals combined against Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky Ranked third in the Sun Belt Conference and second in Sun Belt Conference games in goals scored Ranked 34th in the nation in goals per game Ranked third in the Sun Belt Conference in points in league games and all games Ranked 49th in the nation in points per game Led the Sun Belt in shots Scored her first career hat trick at Texas Southern (Aug. 26) Had three assists and a goal against Grambling (Aug. 28), the first North Texas player to have 3+ assists in a game since Oct. 13, 2006 Had three multi-goal games Scored in back-to-back games three times Had four game-winning goals Played 90 or more minutes five times... Doubled up against Western Kentucky (Sep. 23) Scored against Middle Tennessee (Sept. 25) Scored at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct. 2) Registered two goals against Troy (Oct. 7) Scored at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 16) Scored against Troy in the Sun Belt Tournament (Nov. 2) Took eight shots, including one that skimmed the post in the last minute of regulation, in a double-overtime tie against WKU in the Sun Belt Tournament (Nov. 3) 2010: Started all 21 games, playing 1,445 minutes, most among North Texas forwards Equalized against Missouri State (8/22) in the 16th minute, an eventual 2-1 North Texas win Registered an assist vs. Prairie View A&M Scored the game-tying goal against New Mexico on a 15th minute volley Scored on a 60th minute breakaway vs. Lamar Named to the Red Raider Classic All-Tournament Team for her performances at Texas Tech (9/10) and Lamar (9/12) Scored on a breakaway in the 4th minute against ULM (10/1) Scored in a second straight game against Louisiana-Lafayette on 10/3 Helped on a 27th minute goal at Troy (10/8) Assisted on a 4th minute goal at South Alabama (10/10) Scored in the 76th minute and assisted in the 21st minute against FIU (10/15) Registered her first multi-goal game of 2010 with two goals and an assist against FAU (10/17) Registered a goal or an assist in six straight games from 10/1 to 10/17, and an assist in four straight from 10/8 to 10/ : Played in all 21 games with 20 starts Earned a spot on the All-Sun Belt Conference Second Team Paced the team with nine goals and 19 points Compiled 47 shots Totaled 22 shots on goal Led the team with four gamewinning goals Notched three multi-goal games Scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Troy Also tallied both of the Mean Green s goals in a 2-1 win over Baylor Beat the keeper twice in 4-0 rout of Louisiana-Monroe Scored her first Goals: 9/6/2009 Texas Tech (13 ) 9/11/2009 Baylor (2 ) 9/11/2009 Baylor (50 ) 9/27/2009 ULM (11 ) 9/27/2009 ULM (53 ) 10/2/2009 at FAUc (85 ) 10/11/2009 Troy (12 ) 10/11/2009 Troy (86 ) 11/4/2009 vs. Middle Tennessee (88 ) 8/22/2010 Missouri State (16 ) 9/5/2010 New Mexico (15 ) 9/12/2010 vs. Lamar (60 ) 10/1/2010 ULM (4 ) 10/3/2010 Louisiana-Lafayette (2 ) 10/15/2010 FIU (76 ) 10/17/2010 FAU (21 ) 10/17/2010 FAU (58 ) 8/26/2011 at Texas Southern (13 ) 8/26/2011 at Texas Southern (28 ) 8/26/2011 at Texas Southern (50 ) 8/28/2011 Grambling (61 ) 9/9/2011 Sam Houston State (18 ) 9/23/2011 Western Kentucky (55 ) 9/23/2011 Western Kentucky (69 ) 9/25/2011 Middle Tennessee (65 ) 10/2/2011 at Louisiana-Lafayette (17 ) 10/7/2011 Troy (2 ) 10/7/2011 Troy (88 ) 10/16/2011 at Florida Atlantic (17 ) 11/2/2011 vs. Troy (26 ) YOUNG S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 13

17 profiles 9 transfer profiles 23 Amanda Burgardt Midfield 9 Lynda Hercules Forward Jr Arlington, Texas 4 (SMU) Jr Plano, Texas 4 (BYU) Career: Started two games for SMU and played 135 minutes against North Texas at the Mean Green Soccer Complex before transferring to North Texas (SMU): Played in five games, starting two Started and earned an assist against UTSA (Aug. 26) Started at Oklahoma (Aug. 28) Played a season-high 53 minutes against Stephen F. Austin (Aug. 22) Played 50 minutes for SMU at North Texas (Sept. 2) (SMU): Was second on the team in goals (4) and third in points (9) Scored the game-winning goal vs. Southern Miss (Oct. 22) Took four shots, one on goal against UAB (Oct. 17) Netted the game-winning goal vs. ECU (Oct. 1) Scored on a header off a free kick 9/26 against Rice (Sept. 26) Took three shots, two on goal at North Texas (Sept. 17) Collected an assist vs. Davidson (Sept. 5) Scored her first collegiate goal against St. Louis (Sept. 3) Earned her first-career start in her first-career game vs. FIU, registering one shot (Aug. 20). High School/Personal: Trained with the Under-15 US National Team, and is a member of the Region III Olympic Development Program team named to the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram Super Team in 2008, as well as being named to the TASCO All-Region team Named second-team All-District by the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram in 2007 Played club soccer for Polaris 92, who were twice North Texas State Cup Finalists and were North Texas State Cup Semifinalists in 2008 Ranked as the No. 54 recruit in the nation and No. 9 in Texas by TopDrawerSoccer.com Was team MVP in volleyball and basketball at Arlington-Martin Daughter of Ashley and Richard Burgardt (BYU): Played in one game, seeing seven minutes of action against Idaho (Sep. 20) (BYU): Played in 20 games netted two goals in back-to-back games against Marquette (Sept. 11) and Rice (Sept. 18) both goals were game-winners named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week on Sept. 20 for her efforts against Rice recorded a season-high three shots at Rice took eight total shots on the season. High School/Personal: Named Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 at Plano West High School Named 2008 District 9-5A Newcomer of the Year and First Team All District Played club for Polaris Soccer Club Division 1 in 2009 Played club in 2008 for Sting Royal, who were US Southern Regional Champions, Nationals participants, and North Texas State Cup Finalists Was a member of the Sting Royal team which were US Southern Regional Champions in 2007 and North Texas State Cup Champions three times Played from on the Olympic Development Program Region III Team. Goals: 9/11/2010 Marquette (35 ) 9/18/2010 at Rice (44 ) Goals: 9/3/2010 St. Louis (13 ) 9/26/2010 Rice (67 ) 10/01/2010 ECU (23 ) 10/22/2010 Southern Miss (27 ) BURGARDT S CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK 2010 (SMU) (SMU) SMU TOTAL HERCULES CAREER STATS Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GW PK 2010 (BYU) (BYU) BYU TOTAL North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

18 profiles 9 newcomer profiles 11 Paige Bucklew Defense Fr Denton, Texas 4 (Guyer) 7 Tess Graham Defense Fr Denton, Texas 4 (Guyer) High School/Personal: Nominated as team captain and Most Valuable Player in 2011 at John H. Guyer High School Named firstteam All-District 11-4A in 2010 and 2011 Voted Utility Player of the Year in 2010 Played club for ECNL Sting 94 Was a 2009 All-District 11-4A Second Team selection Named academic all-district Born September 21, 1993 Daughter of Jerry and Teresa Bucklew Has one sister, Peyton. 26 Miki Funamoto Defense Fr Kobe, Japan 4 (Nagata) High School/Personal: Was a three-year varsity starter at John. H. Guyer High School Named 2011 All-District 11-4A First Team Nominated as ECNL Sting 94 team captain Was a two-time State Cup Finalist Was a 2010 National Quarterfinalist Named 2010 Lake Highlands Grand Champion Named academic all-district three times Graduated in the top 10 percent of class Born December 10, 1993 Daughter of John Graham Has one brother, Dylan. 6 Molly Grisham Defense Fr Longview, Texas 4 (Longview) High School/Personal: Played for coach Aya Kakigawa on Kobe F.C. Born May 18, 1993 Daughter of Fumiko and Kazuo Funamoto. High School/Personal: Was a four-year starter at midfielder at Longview High School and played club for ECNL Sting 94 Named 2012 Lady Lobo Invitational All-Tournament Named 2011 team captain of high school team Voted All-District 32-4A First Team in 2009, 2010, and 2011 Given the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award as a senior Won the 2011 Lady Lobo Field Leadership Award Named first-team all-region in 2010 Nominated All-East Texas First Team in 2010 Was a member of the Olympic Development Program 93 State Team from Graduated in the top 10 percent of high school class Was a member and class representative of the National Honor Society Born September 1, 1993 Daughter of Michael and Karen Grisham Has one brother, Kevin North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 15

19 profiles 9 newcomer profiles 12 Amber Haggerty Forward Fr Mesquite, Texas 4 (Dallas Christian School) Madden 24Mengwasser Midfielder Fr Bedford, Texas 4 (Euless Trinity) High School/Personal: Voted 2012 Co-Offensive Most Valuable Player at Dallas Christian School Named All-State Honorable Mention in 2012 Named 2012 All-District 2-4A First Team (TAPPS) Named academic all-state team in 2012 Was an all-state second team performer as a sophomore in 2010 Has been a member of the Olympic Development Program pool for the North Texas region Named MVP of high school s track team as a sprinter Was a member of the National Honor Society from Born August 30, 1994 Daughter of Kenneth and Glenda Haggerty Has two brothers. High School/Personal: Was a varsity midfielder at Trinity High School for four years Voted First Team All-District 5-5A in 2009 and 2011 Named to the All-District 5-5A Second Team in 2010 Won the Trojan Award in 2010 and 2011 Was captain of the varsity soccer team Nominated for the Davey O Brian Scholarship Award Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class Was a member member of the International Baccalaureate Program, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Science Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta Born October 13, 1993 Daughter of Brad and Doreen Mengwasser Has one brother, Reeder, and one sister, Berkeley. 21 Lindsey Hulstein Defense Fr Denton, Texas 4 (Guyer) 5 Jackie Moreau Midfielder Fr Coppell, Texas 4 (Coppell) High School/Personal: Played as a defender for John H. Guyer High School and club for ECNL Sting 94 Helped lead high school team to the Region I finals in 2010 Named All-District 11-4A First Team and All-State Honorable Mention in 2010 Made the 2010 Centex All-Tournament team Was a member of the state pool for the Olympic Development Program from Was academic all-district in 2010 Was a member of the National Junior Honor Society and Duke Scholar Taks Commended Performance Born January 19, 1994 Daughter of Ken and Janet Hulstein Has one brother, Justin. High School/Personal: Was a midfielder at Coppell High School and played club for ECNL Sting 94 Named District 7-5A Newcomer of the Year in 2011 Named club team MVP in 2006 and 2009 Was a member of the Sting 94 team that was a Region III Quarterfinalist in North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book

20 profiles 9 newcomer profiles 3 Gabi Ortiz 10 Karla Pineda Midfielder Fr Austin, Texas 4 (McNeil) Midfielder Fr Houston, Texas 4 (Aldine) High School/Personal: Was a midfielder at McNeil High School and played club for Lonestar SC Named All-District 16-5A Second Team as a junior in 2011 Member of the Olympic Development Program South Texas team in 2009 and 2010 Participated in the ODP Region III Camp Helped McNeil to a district championship in 2010 A member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Daughter of Jaime Ortiz and Aurora Flores-Ortiz Has one brother, Nicolas, and one sister, Alex. High School/Personal: Was a forward at Aldine High School and played club for Houston Pride Garnered a spot on the All-Region first team in as a junior Was a All-District 19-5A First Team member from Named District 19-5A Offensive MVP as a freshman in 2009 Also lettered in cross country for two seasons Was a National Honor Society member her junior and senior year Won the English and Math medal for Excellence as a sophomore Born August 31, 1994 Daughter of Joaquin Pineda and Marla Duran Has one brother, Martin, and one sister, Odalis. 18 Marissa Pantoja Midfielder Redshirt Fr Sachse, Texas 4 (Sachse) 1 Haley Riley Goalkeeper Fr Allen, Texas 4 (Allen) 2011: Did not see game action. High School/Personal: Named All-District 10-5A in 2009 Named to the 2009 All-Dr. Pink/Frisco ISD Invitational team Played club for D Feeters High School/Personal: Played club for Texas Spirit 94 Was coached by renowned SMU and North Texas Olympic Development Program goalkeeper coach Joe Waggoner Maintained a 4.0 GPA at Allen High School Born April 11, 1994 Daughter of Dean Riley, Tom Kienzlen, and Mary Kienzlen Has one brother, Ryan, and one sister, Chelsea North Texas Soccer Fact And Records Book 17

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