Women s Soccer. This is...

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Women s Soccer. This is..."

Transcription

1 1

2 This is... Women s Soccer 2 GENERAL INFORMATION Name... University of Evansville Enrollment... 2,822 Founded Nickname...Purple Aces Colors...Purple, White, Orange Conference...Missouri Valley Conference President... Dr. Thomas Kazee Director of Athletics...Mark Spencer Faculty Representative...Dr. Mark Davis Athletics Website... Ticket Office Phone ACES (2237) SOCCER FACILITY Home Facility...Arad McCutchan Stadium Capacity... 2,500 Opened / Renovated in 2000 Surface...Natural Grass COACHING STAFF / SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach...Krista McKendree (Evansville, 02) Record at Evansville (8th season) Overall Record (8th season) Assistant Coach... Grant Williams (4th season) Asst. Coach...Mike Davis (2nd season) Volunteer Asst. Coach... Stephanie Thompson (2nd season) Women s Soccer Office Phone SEASON IN REVIEW Overall Record Home Away Neutral Missouri Valley Conference Record Missouri Valley Conference Finish... 2nd PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Soccer All-Time Record (.516) All-Time MVC Record (.445) MVC Championships... 6 ( 97, 98, 99, 00, 08, 12) MVC Tournament Championships...6 ( 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 08) NCAA Postseason Appearances... 4 ( 98, 99, 01, 08) TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover...1 This is Evansville Women s Soccer The City of Evansville The University of Evansville The Coaches The Players The History Season In Review...39 Letterwinners...40 Honors And Awards Program Records Year-by-year Results UE Women s Soccer History 35

3 The City of Evansville Home of two professional sports team, the Evansville IceMen (hockey) and the Evansville Otters (baseball) The IceMen and the University of Evansville men s and women s basketball teams play their home games at the Ford Center (left) The Ford Center has also seen some big acts on their floor including Aerosmith, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, Zac Brown Band, and many more Bosse Field, the third oldest professional American ballpark still in use. The facility also celebrated its 100 Anniversary in 2015 Evansville has a number of special places to visit including the Four Freedoms monument (right) on the Ohio Riverfront. Nearby the Four Freedoms monument, there is a Korean War Memorial The Riverfront also has Civic Ampitheatre for plays and concerts Evansville also has the Mesker Park Zoo, located on the north side of the city, and features giraffes, rhinos, and a komodo dragon Voted best city To live, work, and play by the readers of Kiplinger in 2008 Birthplace of the Fall Festival, the second largest street festival in the United States behind only Mardi Gras Metropolitan population of over 358,000 Within 150 miles of Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis and Indianapolis Strong business community that offers valuable internships and co-op experiences Corporate headquarters in the River City include: Accuride, Atlas Van Lines, Berry Plastics, Mead Johnson, Old National Bank, Vectren (left) and Springleaf Financial Named an All-America City by the National Civic League in UE Women s Soccer History 5

4 University of Evansville Over 80 different majors and areas of study 94% of the Class of 2012 was employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation 42 States and 55 countries are represented on campus 86% of faculty hold their doctorate or terminal degree and all classes are taught by professors. There are no Graduate Assistants teaching any classes. Ranked among the best schools in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report 13.5-to-1 Student to Faculty Ratio 95% of Full-time students receive financial aid and scholarships, with an average package of $27,449. Average Class Size is 18 students 6 6 UE Women s Soccer History 7

5 8 Krista McKendree Head Coach Krista McKendree enters her eighth year as head coach of the University of Evansville women s soccer program in She has won two MVC Coaching Staff of the Year awards, two conference championships and a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2008, the first ever, first year head coach at UE to guide their team to the NCAA Division I Tournament. The only All-American in UE women s soccer history, McKendree served as an assistant coach at her alma mater from 2005 through 2007, before taking over the reigns of the program in She coached the MVC s all-time leading scorer in Kayla Lambert that year as well. McKendree s 2009 and 2010 teams were dominated by freshmen and sophomores, including 2010 MVC Freshman of the Year Breanna Beine. UE advanced to the MVC Tournament semifinals. In 2011, McKendree led the Aces to their seventh-straight appearance in the MVC Tournament and a trip to the semifinals. Coach McKendree At A Glance Career Year By Year 2008 (UE) (UE) (UE) (UE) (UE) (UE) (UE) TOTAL Playing Experience Univ. of Evansville Education University of Evansville The Coaches During the 2012 campaign, McKendree guided the Aces to their second MVC regular-season championship during her tenure, despite the fact that UE was picked last in the MVC Preseason Poll. In 2013, Evansville hosted and advanced to the semifinals of the MVC Tournament after going overall and in conference play. Five Aces earned spots on All-MVC squads. UE s back line produced one of the best defensive seasons in school history by posting a 0.90 goals against average and seven shutouts. In 2014, UE finished runners-up to Illinois State in the regular season and conference tournament. Taylor Brand was named Defensive Player of the Year and Simone Busby was declared Goalkeeper of the Year. UE set program records with 13 shutouts and a defensive scoreless streak of 631:57. McKendree returned to UE in 2005 as an assistant coach. Evansville s win total immediately more than tripled, from three in 2004, to 10 in In 2006, McKendree was part of the MVC Coaching Staff of the Year and in 2007, the Aces climbed to second place in the MVC standings by winning 10 matches for the third-consecutive year. When Pfau left UE to be Akron s head coach, McKendree was the logical choice. As a player, McKendree led Evansville to the NCAA Tournament in 1998, 1999 and 2001, and is regarded as the best defender to ever play for the Purple Aces. In 2006, she was chosen to the MVC Women s Soccer All-Centennial Team. She was a four-time All-MVC First Team selection and was named the MVC Defensive Player of the Year in 1999, before being selected as the MVC Player of the Year in McKendree became UE women s soccer first All-American in 2000, when she was chosen to the NSCAA/Adidas Women s Soccer Division I All-American Third Team. McKendree was also a member of the MVC Scholar-Athlete Team in 2000 and 2001, in addition to winning three MVC regular-season championships, three MVC Tournament titles and making three trips to the NCAA Tournament. Honors and Awards Two-time MVC Coaching Staff of the Year (2008, 2012) First ever first-year UE coach to lead his/her team to NCAA DI Tournament (2008) MVC Women s Soccer All-Centennial Team (2006) UE s only women s soccer All-American (2000) Four-time All-MVC First Team selection ( ) MVC Player of the Year (2001) Williams is in his fourth year as assistant coach at UE. He immediately elevated Evansville to MVC regular season champions in his first year and also claimed the 2012 MVC Coaching Staff of the Year Award. In 2014, he helped the defense and goalkeepers tally a program record 13 shutouts and a defensive scoreless streak of 631:57. Williams previously was an assistant coach at Eastern Illinois for three seasons. Prior to that, he was also the assistant coach at Western Kentucky. A United States Soccer Federation National B Coaching License, Williams earned an NSCAA Regional Goalkeeping diploma in A graduate of Western Kentucky University, Williams earned his bachelor s degree in exercise science in 2004 and was a three-time President s Scholar. Mike Davis Asst. Coach Thompson is in his second year as a volunteer assistant coach at UE. A 2014 graduate of UE, Thompson was a four year starter for the Purple Aces. She totaled 14 goals in her time with Evansville including seven game-winning goals. In 2013, Thompson was a Capital One Academic All-America Third Team honoree, a CoSIDA Academic All-District Five First Team selection, an all Missouri Valley Conference First Team Selection and a MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team honoree. In 2012, she was All-MVC First Team, MVC Scholar-Athlete and named to the MVC All-Tournament Team. Thompson also received MVC All-Tournament Team, MVC Honorable Mention, MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team honors in 2011 and was also named to the MVC All-Tournament Team in Grant Williams Asst. Coach Stephanie Thompson Vol. Asst. Coach Davis is in his second year as assistant coach at UE. In 2014, he helped the defense and goalkeepers tally a program record 13 shutouts and a defensive scoreless streak of 631:57. Prior to coming to Evansville, Davis spent a season as an assist coach at Green Bay, where he mentored a squad that held opponents to a 1.12 goals against average and post five shutouts, in addition to having two players earn spots on Horizon League all-conference squads. Davis has earned the Football Association Level 1 and Level 2 coaching awards, as well as the NVQ Level 2 in teaching soccer. In the summer of 2010, he earned the USSF National C License in Minnesota. Davis achieved the NSCAA Advanced National qualification in Boston in the summer of 2013 from which he was then asked to become an associate staff member to teach coaching courses. 8 UE Women s Soccer History 9

6 The Players AS A JUNIOR (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in all 20 matches, making 20 starts Totaled 15 shots including seven on goal Took three shots against Indiana State (Oct. 15) and fired four shots vs. UNI (Oct. 25) Her strong play in the midfield contributed to 13 team shutouts and a scoreless streak of 631:57. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team selection Started all 19 games in the midfield, helping Evansville to a MVC-best 0.90 goals against average and seven shutouts Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal at Northern Iowa (Oct. 6) for her only point of the season Attempted 18 shots, putting six on goal Fired a season-high three shots in a win at Bowling Green (Sept. 22) Allie Arguello THE RETURNERS #5 Allie Arguello Senior Midfielder Las Vegas, Nev. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in 12 matches, making nine starts as a defender Fired 11 shots, putting four on goal Took a season-high three shots in a loss at IPFW (Sept. 9) Key part of an Evansville defensive unit that posted six shutouts and a 1.21 goals against average, including four shutouts and a league-best 0.32 goals against average in MVC matches. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Competed in the Nevada Olympic Development Program and plays for the Heat F.C. Helped her team to the 2010 state championship Served as the National League team captain A four-time letterwinner at Bishop Gorman High School Led her team to three division championships Named all-conference and all-region Also competed on the golf team for three years, earning all-region honors. PERSONAL: Daughter of Javier and Kim Arguello...Has a younger brother, Nick...Majoring in Biology. 10 ARGUELLO S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 11

7 The Players AS A JUNIOR (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award... MVC Honor Roll...NSCAA / Continental Tire All-Great Lakes Region Third Team MVC Goalkeeper of the Year All-MVC First Team Selection MVC Scholar-Athlete Three time MVC Goalkeeper of the Week (Sept. 3,, 23, 30) Ranked first in the MVC in goals against average (0.62), first in saves percentage (.857), first in shutouts (nine), first in shutouts per game (0.45), Appeared in 20 matches, making 20 starts Finished the season with a total of nine solo shutouts and four split shutouts Posted a 0.62 goals against average, an.857 saves percentage and 72 saves Her nine solo shutouts were a new program single season record Guided UE to a record 631:57 stretch without allowing a goal (Sept. 9 Oct. 4) Recorded a season-high eight saves at IUPUI (Sept. 12)...Guided UE to the MVC Championship title game against Illinois State (Nov. 9). AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in 19 of the team s 20 matches, making two starts Took five shots, including three on goal Ripped a season-high two shots at IUPUI (Sept. 12) Assisted UE defensively in setting a program record with 13 overall shutouts and a defensive scoreless streak of 631:57. AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in 10 matches as a substitute Recorded four shots on the year, putting three on goal Attempted a season-high two shots in a win at Tennessee Tech (Aug. 25). #0 Simone Busby Senior Goalkeeper Chattanooga, Tenn. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): MVC Second Team selection MVC All-Tournament Team MVC Honor Roll...Three-time MVC Goalkeeper of the Week (Sept. 10, Sept. 24, Oct. 29) Started all 19 games in goal and led the MVC in goals against average (0.91) and save percentage (.841), while tying for second in the Valley with six shutouts Reached double-digit saves on two occasions, including 12 at Illinois State (Oct. 20) and a career-high 14 against the Redbirds in the semifinals of the MVC Tournament (Nov. 8). AS A FRESHMAN (2012): MVC Honor Roll...MVC Goalkeeper of the Year All-MVC First Team selection MVC All-Freshman Team honoree two-time MVC Goalkeeper of the Week (Oct. 2, Oct. 23) Ranked in the top 10 in the country for save percentage (.918) and goals against average (0.48) Appeared in 11 matches, making 10 starts after taking over starting goalkeeper duties after Evansville s first six matches Led the MVC in goals against average (0.48) and save percentage (.918) Tallied 56 saves, posted five shutouts and allowed multiple goals in just one match on the season Recorded three-straight clean sheets vs. Northern Iowa (Oct. 13), vs. Indiana State (Oct. 17) and at Creighton (Oct. 20) Allowed just two goals in six Valley matches to lead the conference in goals against average (0.32), save percentage (.935) and shutouts (4) in league action... Made a season-high nine saves on two occasions, reaching the mark at Missouri State (Sept. 30) and in the MVC Tournament semifinals vs. Indiana State (Nov. 2). #19 Caitie Dierkes Senior Midfielder St. Louis, Mo. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): MVC Honor Roll...Did not see action during the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Started 13-consecutive matches in the midfield, before suffering a season-ending injury in early October...Totaled an assist, one point, nine shots and three shots on goal...had one shot on goal against Indiana (Aug. 19), Southeast Missouri State (Sept. 2) and Morehead State (Sept. 4)...Took a season-high two shots twice vs. Southeast Missouri State (Sept. 2) and Lamar (Sept. 9)...Recorded an assist in UE s 2-2 tie vs. UT Martin (Sept. 18)...Helped UE s defense to its first shutout of the season at Valparaiso (Aug. 28) in a 1-0 victory. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: All-conference selection and team captain at Nerinx Hall High School in Played club soccer for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher soccer club...member of the Elite Club s National League and played on the Missouri State Cup semifinalist team in PERSONAL: Daughter of Richard and Mallarry Dierkes...Has two younger sisters, Colleen, who is also a member of the UE women s soccer team, and Maddie...Majoring in Exercise HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: U20 Guyanese National Team goalkeeper for Coach Chris Brown Played for the East Ridge Express club team for Coach Patrick Winecoff A two-time TSWA All-State Soccer Team selection Named All-City Soccer MVP in 2011 and Chattanooga Best of Preps Tournament MVP in 2011 and 2012 Also a standout basketball player and track athlete Helped GPS to the 2011 Tennessee State Championship, while being named to the TSWA All-State team and MVP of the State Tournament Won state championships for shot put and discus and was a two-time all-state track team selection. PERSONAL: Daughter of Andre and Elouise Busby...Has three brothers, Kelly, AJ and Andrew...Majoring in Legal Studies. 12 BUSBY S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP Mins GA GA Avg Saves Save % W L T Sho_ : : / : /4 Total : /5 DIERKES CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 13

8 The Players AS A JUNIOR (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... Appeared in 19 matches, making five starts Scored six points on three goals Tallied first career goal in the season opening 2-0 win against Austin Peay (Aug. 22) Added another goal in the next contest vs. Saint Louis (Aug. 24) Recorded her third goal of the season in a 2-0 victory at Belmont (Sept. 19) Helped UE set program records with six straight shutouts (Sept. 12-Sept. 28), 13 overall shutouts, and a scoreless streak of 631:57 (Sept. 7 Oct. 4). AS A JUNIOR (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in all 20 of the team s matches, making 13 starts Scored four points on one goal and two assists Tallied lone goal at Missouri State (Oct. 11) Recorded an assist vs. Indiana State (Oct. 15), and against Drake in the Missouri Valley Conference Semifinals (Nov. 7) Posted a season-high six shots twice, vs. Bowling Green (Aug. 29) and Indiana State. #18 Holyn Marshall Senior Forward Bentonville, Ark. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in nine matches, making four starts Helped Evansville s back line to a Missouri Valley Conference-best 0.90 goals against average and seven shutouts Attempted two shots, putting one on goal, with both coming at Illinois State (Oct. 20). AS A FRESHMAN (2012): MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in six matches, making four starts as a defender Recorded her first-collegiate shot in a loss at Belmont (Aug. 31) Came off the bench to help the Evansville defense record a shutout at Southeast Missouri State (Sept. 11). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: NSCAA Scholar All-America 2011 Participated for two years in the Arkansas State Olympic Development Program and Arkansas/Oklahoma combined state ODP team A seven-year team captain for the NWA Lightning Strikers Helped her club team to the 2011 Arkansas State Championship and 2008 President Cup Championship Named the 2009 Clorox Cup MVP Three-time letterwinner at Bentonville High School Earned Arkansas 7A All-State honors in Bentonville High School Scholar-Athlete Award recipient Led her team to a state runner-up finish in 2010 and PERSONAL: Daughter of Todd and Amy Marshall...Has a younger brother, Hayden...Majoring in Business. #9 Kayla Smith Senior Forward Evansville, Ind. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 24) Appeared in 13 matches, making 12 starts before suffering a season-ending injury against Missouri State (Oct. 12) Led the team in points (14), goals (5) and assists (4) despite missing the final six games of the season Finished third in the MVC in shots per game (3.23) and fifth in the league in points per game (1.08) and goals per game (0.38) Scored 11 points in a four-match span, as she scored five points on a pair of goals and an assist vs. Belmont (Sept. 13), racked up four more points on a goal and two assists at Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 20), before scoring the game-winner at Bowling Green (Sept. 22) Recorded 42 shots on the year, putting 18 on goal Attempted a season-high six shots against Belmont (Sept. 13). AS A FRESHMAN (2012): MVC Honor Roll...MVC All-Freshman Team selection Started all 16 games as a forward Finished the season ranked third on the team with nine points, scoring four goals and dishing out an assist Ranked second on the team with 39 shots and third with 18 shots on goal Scored her first-collegiate goal, the eventual game-winner, in a win at Murray State (Aug. 26) Tallied her first-career assist in the conference opener vs. Illinois State (Sept. 23) Fired a season-high nine shots in a tie vs. Xavier (Sept. 15). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Indiana Olympic Development Program Region II Camp participant Helped her club team, S.W.I.S.A. Crush to a U17 Indiana State Championship in 2011, U16 and U15 trips to the state finals in 2010 and 2009, and U15 Midwest Regional League First Division Championship in 2009 Competed for North, named first team all-state as a senior and honorable mention all-state as a sophomore Also a three-time first team all-district, all-conference, and all-city selection Class Valedictorian. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jody and Dana Smith...Has one younger brother, Cody...Majoring in Communication. 14 MARSHALL S CAREER STATISTICS Total SMITH S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 15

9 The Players #8 Abby Springer Senior Defender/Midfielder Indianapolis, Ind. AS A JUNIOR (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...Appeared in 20 games, making 17 starts Scored four points on two goals Netted first goal of the season, a game-winner, vs. Butler (Sept. 5) Tallied a goal in the team s 7-0 win over Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21) Attempted a season-high three shots against Bowling Green (Aug. 29) and Tennessee Tech. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Started all 19 games in the attacking third Tied for second on the team with nine points, scoring four goals and adding an assist Scored goals in three-straight matches against Belmont (Sept. 13), Valparaiso (Sept. 15) and at Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 20), before scoring Evansville s lone goal in a 3-1 loss to Illinois State in the MVC Tournament semifinals (Nov. 8) Recorded her assist in a win at Tennessee Tech (Aug. 25) Finished second on the team and tied for fifth in the Valley with 58 shots, putting 33 shots on goal Fired five or more shots in six different matches, including a season-high eight shots against Western Kentucky (Oct. 27). AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year All-MVC First Team MVC All-Freshman Team Two-time MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 25, Oct. 23) CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer (Sept. 25) Tied for the team lead with 12 points, scoring five goals and dishing out a pair of assists Tied for second on the team with 39 shots and ranked second on the team with 19 shots on goal Became the first UE player since 2008 to record a hat trick, when she accomplished the feat in Evansville s conference-opening win vs. Illinois State (Sept. 23) Also scored goals at IPFW (Sept. 9) and vs. Indiana State (Oct. 17) Recorded assists at Murray State (Aug. 26) and vs. Indiana State (Oct. 17). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A four-year lettewinner at Southport High School Earned first team all-conference honors all four years A three-time first-team all-county, team MVP, and team captain Totaled 53 goals and nine assists in her career In her senior season, named Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association first team all-state, Indiana Soccer Coaches Association third team all-state, IHSAA Sportsmanship Award, and Indy Star Super Team honorable mention Played for the St. Francis Fusion club team Indiana Challenge Cup Champion As the second-leading scorer, helped her team to the USYSA President s Cup Semi-Finals. #00 Whitney Biggs Junior Goalkeeper Bloomington, Ind. AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in five matches Posted five saves, a 0.00 goals against average and a save percentage Saw time against Austin Peay (Aug. 22), Saint Louis (Aug. 24), Bowling Green (Aug. 29), Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21), and Northern Iowa (Oct. 25) Recorded a season-high two saves against Tennessee Tech Contributed to a school record nine shutouts and 631:57 scoreless streak. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Made one appearance in goal, logging the final 20:08 between the posts in a 3-0 victory against Belmont (Sept. 13) in helping Evansville to one of its league-best seven shutouts on the season. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Bloomington North High School Guided team to two semi-state appearances, three sectional titles and a conference championship Named all-conference in 2012 and was a two-time team MVP Two-time academic all-state selection Member of the Bloomington Cutters club team Selected to the Indiana ODP team in 2011 and PERSONAL: Daughter of David and Sandy Biggs...Has an older brother, Nick, and two older sisters, Casey and Holly...Majoring in Exercise Science. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jay and Kirsten Springer...Has one older sister, Megan, two younger sisters, Lydia and Bekah, and one younger brother, Josh...Majoring in Accounting. 16 SPRINGER S CAREER STATISTICS Total BIGGS CAREER STATISTICS Season GP Mins GA GA Avg Saves Save % W L T Sho_ : / : /1 Total 6 142: /1 16 UE Women s Soccer History 17

10 The Players #6 Bronwyn Boswell Junior Forward Frisco, Texas AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...NSCAA / Continental Tire All-Great Lakes Region Second Team MVC First Team honoree MVC Scholar-Athlete Appeared in 20 matches, making 20 starts scored team-leading 19 points on team-best nine goals and one assist Ranked second in the MVC in game-winning goals (0.35), fifth in goals (nine), fifth in goals per game (0.45), sixth in points (19), sixth in points per game (0.95), eighth in shots (50), and ninth in shots per game (2.50) In league play, she ranks first in game-winning goals (three), fourth in goals (four), fourth in goals per game (0.67), fourth in goals per game (1.50), sixth in assists (one), eighth in shots (15), ninth in points (nine), and ninth in shots per game (2.50) Tallied two goals in season-opener vs. Austin Peay (Aug. 22) and at Indiana State (Oct. 15), including game winners in both contests Also recorded game winning goals against Eastern Kentucky (Aug. 31), Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21), at Drake (Sept. 28), Northern Iowa (Oct. 25), and vs. Drake in the MVC Tournament Semifinals (Nov. 7) Posted lone assist vs. UNI Her 50 shots led the team Was also 2-for-2 on penalty shots. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team selection Started all 19 games in the midfield, recording four points on two goals Recorded her first collegiate goal in a 2-1 win over Valparaiso (Sept. 15) Notched her other goal in a 2-1 victory at Bowling Green (Sept. 22) Finished tied for second on the team with 58 shots, putting 19 on goal to rank third on the team in that category Attempted five or more shots in four matches, including a season-high seven shot attempts at Bowling Green (Sept. 22). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year starter at Centennial High School named district Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior Second-team all-district selection as a freshman Guided Centennial to an area championship in 2011 and a runner-up district finish in 2012 Named the team MVP the last two seasons Member of the Solar Chelsea ECNL club team that was ranked third in the nation in 2012 Four-sport athlete that also lettered in cross country, track and basketball. #7 Jordin Campbell Junior Defender Loveland, Col. AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... Appeared in seven matches attempted one shot on the season and it was on goal vs. UT-Martin (Sept. 3). AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in six matches, making one start against Illinois State in the semifinals of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament (Nov. 8) Helped a back line that led the MVC with a 0.90 goals against average and tied for the league lead with seven shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year varsity starter and two-year team captain at Thompson Valley High School Named to the Reporter Herald All-Area Team in 2012 Member of the Arsenal Elite club team that claimed the state championship in 2011 and 2012 Named to the Colorado State ODP Team in and the Club Super Team in Three-sport athlete that was also a member of the diving team and junior varsity basketball team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jack and Jo Campbell...Has a younger brother, Nick, and a younger sister, Kaili...Majoring in Public Health. PERSONAL: Daughter of Danny and Randi Boswell...Has an older sister, Taylor, and a twin brother, Logan...Majoring in Exercise Science. 18 BOSWELL S CAREER STATISTICS Total CAMPBELL S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 19

11 The Players #24 Colleen Dierkes Junior Midfielder St. Louis, Mo. AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in all 20 of the team s matches, making 18 starts Scored three points on one goal and one assist Tallied first career assist in Evansville s 2-0 win over Indiana State (Oct. 15) Earned first career goal in the MVC Tournament Championship match against Illinois State (Nov. 9) Took 12 shots on the year including a season-high two shots against Bowling Green (Aug. 29), Southeast Missouri State (Sept. 17), and at Missouri State (Oct. 11) Helped UE set a program record with six consecutive shutouts (Sept. 12 Sept. 28) Guided the Purple Aces to a single season program record 13 shutouts Assisted Evansville in setting a defensive scoreless streak of 631:57, another program record. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in 15 matches, making three starts in the midfield Took three shots, putting one on frame Attempted three shots in three different contests, registered her lone shot on goal in a win vs. IUPUI (Sept. 6). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Led Visitation Academy to a pair of Missouri state championships in 2010 and 2011 Three-sport athlete that was also a diver and field hockey player for the Vivettes Member of the St. Louis Scott Gallagher ELITE club team Named to the ECNL All-Event Team that recognized nine outstanding players at the tournament in Temecula, California Four-time selection to the Missouri ODP state team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Rich and Mallarry Dierkes...Has an older sister, Caitie, who is also a member of the UE women s soccer team and a younger sister, Maddie...Her father, Rich, played soccer at Rockhurst University, while her mother, Mallarry, lettered in soccer at Missouri-St. Louis...Majoring in Global Business. #14 Emily Griebel Junior Defender/Forward Peoria, Ill. AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... Elite 18 Award recipient. She is only the fourth Purple Ace student-athlete to ever receive the honor (swimmer Christina Schmidgall 2011, golfer Quinn Vilneff 2013, swimmer Abby Smith 2014) Appeared in nine matches Attempted two shots in the season-opener vs. Austin Peay (Aug. 22) Fired a season-high three shots against Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21). AS A FRESHMAN (2013): MVC Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in 14 matches, making one start at Indiana State (Oct. 16) Recorded four points on two goals Scored her goals in back-to-back matches at Tennessee Tech (Aug. 25) and vs. UT Martin (Aug. 30) Tallied nine shots on the season, putting five on goal Attempted a season-high two shots on three occasions. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year starter at Dunlap High School two-time first-team all-conference selection Named to the Peoria Journal Star All-Area First Team and to the IHSSCA All-Sectional Team in Selected as team MVP Member of the John Gaspar Soccer Academy club team. PERSONAL: Daughter of Craig and Cheryl Griebel...Has two older brothers, Tyler and Christopher...Majoring in Exercise Science. 20 DIERKES CAREER STATISTICS Total GRIEBEL S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 21

12 The Players AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... Appeared in 16 matches, making four starts Scored eight points on four assists Second on the team in assists Tallied assists in three of the team s first four matches, a 3-0 win over Austin Peay (Aug. 22), a 2-0 win against Bowling Green (Aug. 29), and a 1-0 win over Eastern Kentucky (Aug. 31) also had an assist during 7-0 win vs. Tennessee Tech (Sept.21). AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... Appeared in two matches Totaled one point on one assist Made her collegiate debut against Austin Peay (Aug. 22) Tallied her first career assist, point, and shot in 7-0 win over Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21). AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Missed the 2013 campaign due to injury. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in 18 games, making 17 starts along the back line Starting defender on a defensive unit that led the Missouri Valley Conference with a 0.90 goals against average and tied for the league lead with seven shutouts. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-year starter at Wakeland High School Helped team to three district titles and a regional finals appearance in 2012 Member of the Sting Blue club team Helped club team to a pair of Puma Cup championships in 2011 and #22 Noor Medlej Junior Defender/Midfielder London, Ontario HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Named team captain and MVP of her varsity team Member of the North London Galaxy club team and scored 30 goals during the 2012 season, including 13 in league games Member of the Provincial Soccer ODP team and scored five goals in four games during a 2011 United States tour Participated in training camp with the 2011 Lebanese Women s National Team, scoring a pair of goals in a friendly match. PERSONAL: Daughter of Maya and Sam Medlej...Majoring in Legal Studies. #20 Laura Minor Junior Forward Frisco, Texas PERSONAL: Daughter of James and Sharon Minor...Has a younger brother, Preston...Her grandfather, Louis Minor, played football at the University of Oklahoma and her uncle, Richard Minor, was an All-American in football and track at Millikin University...Majoring in Public Health. 22 MEDLEJ S CAREER STATISTICS Total MINOR S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 23

13 The Players #15 Emily Richardson Junior Defender Elizabethtown, Ky. AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... Started and played in all of the team s 20 matches Scored five points on five assists Finished seventh in the Missouri Valley Conference in assists In league play, ranked sixth in assists (one), and 10th in assists per game (0.17) Led the Purple Aces in assists Tallied her first assist of the year in a season-opening 2-0 win over Austin Peay (Aug. 22) Took a season-high three shots against Saint Louis (Aug. 24) and Tennessee Tech (Oct. 21) Added another assist in 2-0 victory vs. Bowling Green (Aug. 29) Recorded a season-best two assists in 7-0 win over Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21) Posted another assist in a 2-0 victory against Northern Iowa (Oct. 25) Helped UE set program records with six straight shutouts (Sept. 12-Sept. 28), 13 overall shutouts, and a scoreless streak of 631:57 (Sept. 7 Oct. 4). AS A FRESHMAN (2013): MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 1) Started all 19 matches as a defender Scored five points on two goals and one assist Notched her first career point by dishing out an assist in a 2-1 win vs. Valparaiso (Sept. 15) Scored her first collegiate goal, a game-winner, in a 1-0 win vs. Drake (Sept. 29) Scored her second goal of the year in the MVC Tournament quarterfinals at Missouri State (Nov. 3) to send the game to overtime, where Evansville advanced to the semifinals by besting the Bears in penalty kicks Attempted 11 shots on the season, putting six on frame Fired a season-high two shots against Western Kentucky (Oct. 27) and at Missouri State (Nov. 3). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Two-time all-district and all-regional selection at Elizabethtown High School First Team All-State selection in 2012 and received all-state honorable mention recognition in 2011 Selected as the offensive MVP in 2012 and led Elizabethtown to the Kentucky State quarterfinals Finished her 2012 season with 28 goals and 10 assists Guided Elizabethtown to a Lexington Catholic Cup title in 2011 and was named Academic All-State that season Member of the Louisville United club team Tallied 31 goals during her 2012 club season Also a member of the track and field team at Elizabethtown, placing sixth in the Kentucky State Championships in pole vault as a freshman and second as a sophomore. #4 Nicki Baham Sophomore Forward/Midfielder Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. AS A FRESHMAN (2014): Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team Honoree Appeared in 20 matches, making four starts MVC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 23)...Scored 10 points on four goals and two assists Her four goals and 10 points ranked second on the team In league play, finished 10th in goals (one) Earned first career start and goal in a 2-0 win vs. Bowling Green (Aug. 28) Took a career-high five shots at IUPUI (Sept. 12) Tallied her first career assist in a 2-0 win against Belmont (Sept. 19) Set a career-best with two goals in a 7-0 victory over Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21) Recorded another goal against UNI (Oct. 25) Added an assist in 2-0 win in the MVC Semifinals against Drake (Nov. 7). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year starter at Tesoro High School, where she was one of the top scorers for the Titans and guided the squad to a pair of CIF playoff appearances...recipient of the Coach s Leadership Award and was named the team MVP...Played club soccer for the San Diego Surf SC, a club team ranked in the top five nationally in Helped Surf SC qualify for the 2013 ECNL finals... Ranked as a four-star recruit by Top Drawer Soccer and the No. 33 player in the Southern California region. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mike and Anne Baham...Has an older brother, Drew...Majoring in Exercise Science PERSONAL: Daughter of David and Shannon Richardson...Has two older sisters, Megan and Katelynn...Majoring in Communication. 24 RICHARDSON S CAREER STATISTICS Total BAHAM S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 25

14 The Players AS A FRESHMAN (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... MVC All-Freshman team honoree Played in all 20 matches, making 16 starts...scored eight points on three goals and two assists In league play, ranks 10th in game-winning goals (one) Third most goals, assists, and shots on the team Led UE with 20 shots on goal Earned first career start and assist in season-opening 3-0 win against Austin Peay (Aug. 22) Added another assist in the 2-0 victory over Bowling Green (Aug. 29) Fired a season-high six shots in a 1-0 win vs. Eastern Kentucky (Aug. 31) Recorded her first career-goal, a game-winner, in a 1-0 victory against Southeast Missouri St. (Sept. 17) Added another goal in the 3-0 win over Northern Iowa (Oct. 25) Tallied her first career postseason goal in the 2-0 MVC Semifinals victory against Drake (Nov. 7). AS A FRESHMAN (2014): Appeared in eight games, making no starts Attempted three shots Took first career shot at Valparaiso (Sept. 14) Fired a career-high two shots vs. Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Three-year starter at Seaholm High School, where she was voted team captain for the Maples as a senior... Led Seaholm in scoring for the last three seasons, accumulating 37 goals and 40 assists...voted the team s best midfielder as a sophomore and was the recipient of the Golden Boot Award as a junior... First team all-league, all-district and all-area in OAA Scholar-Athlete in both 2012 and Played club soccer for the Michigan Hawks and is a member of the National Honor Society. #13 Montana Portenier Sophomore Forward London, Ontario HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Three-year starter at St. Thomas Aquinas, where she led the Flames in scoring was named the high school s Female Athlete of the Year as a junior...led St. Thomas Aquinas to a city title, regional championship and an appearance in the Ontario High School Championship...Also a three-year member of the cross country team...played club soccer for the Team Ontario ODP and played OYSL soccer for the Nor West Soccer Club...Was also a member of the North London Soccer Club, leading them to an Ontario Cup semifinals appearance as the league s leading goal scorer... Ranked as a three-star recruit by Top Drawer Soccer. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mike and Laurie Portenier...Has a younger brother, Cameron...Majoring in Psychology. #21 JBess Ruby Sophomore Midfielder Birmingham, Mich. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jay and Julie Ruby...Has an older brother, James...Majoring in Exercise Science. 26 PORTENIER S CAREER STATISTICS Total RUBY S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 27

15 The Players #12 Carlie Scales Sophomore Midfielder Evansville, Ind. AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner s Academic Excellence Award...MVC Honor Roll...Appeared in 18 matches, making three starts Scored three points on one goal and one assist Tallied first career assist vs. Saint Louis (Aug. 24) Fired a career-high four shots at Western Kentucky (Sept. 7) Garnered first start of her career at IUPUI (Sept. 12) Recorded first career goal, a game winner, at Belmont (Sept. 19). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year starter at Mater Dei High School, where she led the Wildcats to three sectional titles and a pair of regional championships...two-time all-state selection, two-time allstate academic honoree, three-time all-district and all-city recipient and a four-time all-conference selection...played club soccer for the SWISA Crush, where she served as the team captain and led the squad to a state championship at the U17 level...member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Daughter of Chris and Jennifer Scales...Has two brothers, Will and Alex...Majoring in Criminal Justice. #16 Olivia Shafer Sophomore Defender Evansville, Ind. AS A FRESHMAN (2014): Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll... MVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 23) Appeared in all of the team s 20 matches, making 20 starts Scored seven points on three goals and one assist Earned first career start vs. Austin Peay (Aug. 22) Attempted first career shot at UT-Martin (Sept. 3) Scored first career goal in a hat trick during a 7-0 win against Tennessee Tech (Sept. 21) Tallied first career assist in 1-1 tie at Missouri State (Oct. 11). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Four-year varsity player at Reitz Memorial High School...Helped the Tigers to a state championship in 2012 and was co-captain of the squad in Recipient of the Ali Carter Award and earned Second Team All-State, First Team All-District, Second Team All-Conference and First Team All-City honors in Member of the SWISA Crush club team, where she helped the club to a State Cup title in 2012 as a co-captain...member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Daughter of Matt and Cheryl Shafer...Has two sisters, Elizabeth and Abby, and a brother, Jacob...Majoring in Nursing. 28 SCALES CAREER STATISTICS Total SHAFER S CAREER STATISTICS Total UE Women s Soccer History 29

16 The Newcomers HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played four years of soccer for head coach Todd Berkely, winning back to back State Championships was named Comeback Player of the Year and 1st Team All-Conference in 2013 In 2014, she was named Offensive Player of the Year, 2nd Team All-Conference and an OHSSA Athletic Scholar Was a State Cup Finalist on her club team, FOSC Red Swarm Competed in track for one season. PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Michelle...Has two bothers, Ben and Justin...Brother Justin played soccer at the University of Findlay...Majoring in Nursing THE FRESHMEN #23 Morgan Langhammer Freshman Defender Liberty Township, Ohio UE Women s Soccer History 31

17 The Newcomers HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played three years of soccer for head coach Greg Davidson Sectional Champions, Regional Champions and conference champions twice Semi-State Champs and a State Runner Up once Tallied 10 goals and 10 assists in 2014 Totaled 17 goals and 25 assists in her career Awards include First-Team All-District, All HCR Daily Team, HC Sports Daily Super Team, ISCA Second-Team All-State, ICGSA Second-Team All-State, All-County First-Team and Offensive MVP in 2014 Played Club Soccer for FC Pride and Carmel United. PERSONAL: Daughter of Rich and Pati...Has a brother, Corben, and sister, Megann...Brother Corben played soccer at the University of the Cumberlands...Sister Megann plays soccer at Depauw University...Majoring in Marketing. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played four years of soccer for head coach Damon Brown First-Team All-City, SIAC, All-Metro, All-District as well as Second-Team All-State in 2014 First-Team All-City, SIAC, All-District as well as All-State Honorable Mention in 2013 SIAC leading scorer (20 goals) and points leader (43) as a senior Totaled three hat tricks Three-time offensive MVP in soccer Played club soccer for FC of Evansville Her 2014 club team was President s Cup Champions, President s Cup Regionals Champions, and President s Cup Nationals 3rd Runner Up Also played three years of basketball in high school Twice named the Offensive MVP and twice declared the Defensive MVP. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jeffrey and Susan...Has a brother, Ryan, and sister, Carley...Sister Carley currently plays soccer at IUPUI... Undeclared Major #11 Molly Lear Freshman Midfielder Fishers, Ind. #10 Tess Lombard Freshman Forward/Midfield Evansville, Ind UE Women s Soccer History 33

18 The Newcomers HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played soccer for head coach Joe Nasta 2014 Newsday All-Long Island Team and SCGSCA Small School Player of the Year Named NYSCOGS First Team Small School All-State in 2013 and League 5 New York State Player of the Year Suffolk County All-Conference in 2012, 2013 and 2014 Suffolk County All-County in 2012, 2013 and 2014 NYS All-League in 2012, 2013, and 2014 Newsday Second Team All-Long Island in 2013 Team was Suffolk County Champions in 2010 and 2013 Played club soccer for ISA Thunder 97 NPL. The team was 2-time Disney Soccer Showcase Champions, a 2014 Disney Showcase Finalist, National Elite Women s Soccer Showcase Semifinalist, and MSSL Summer Showcase Champion. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Played four years of soccer for head coach Reinford Hunter All-State Third Team, Top Team Player, and Team MVP in 2014 ISCA All-Academic Team in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 All-State 2D Team in 2012 Played club soccer for the Indiana Fire Juniors. The team advanced to Nationals as a club in 2012, 2013 and PERSONAL: Daughter of Don and Valerie Has a sister, Carlie who plays soccer and basketball at Trine University...Majoring in Chemistry. PERSONAL: Daughter of John and Fortunata Has two brothers, John and Joe, and one sister, Patricia...Majoring in Athletic Training. #17 Jess O Shaughnessy Freshman Midfielder/Forward Sayville, N.Y. #3 Sara Osinski Freshman Forward Noblesville, Ind UE Women s Soccer History 35

19 The Newcomers #2 Sierra Sierra Pagan Freshman Defender/Forward Las Vegas, Nev. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, stet summo HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: mei et, Played ius two atqui years of adipisci varsity soccer ea. for head Dolorum Verde...Certificate phaedrum of Appreciation et ius. for CCSD Mazim Special Olympics. iracun- coach Frank Messina 2012 and 2013 Scholar Athlete Award at Palo Played club soccer for Heat FC 96 and 97. The team was 2014 Surf dia Cup Winners democritum and 2015 Vegas Cup ex Winners. sit, ea vim summo altera PERSONAL: referrentur. Daughter of Jason and Oratio Wendy...Has regione sister, Tatiana, id who played soccer at UE ( ). eum, nobis prompta mentitum sed cu, id usu nostro antiopam. Te atomorum deterruisset mea. In solum dicam labitur vel. Ne wisi option docendi has. Mea an omnes soluta, vel cu voluptua ocurreret molestiae. Lucilius philosophia et usu, alterum accommodare ullamcorper nec cu. Clita docendi probatus ea ius. Ea corpora accommodare cum, eu nec doctus repudiare adversarium, in appetere sapientem deterruisset est. No mea erant dicant, adhuc disputando et sit, an his possit alterum. An lorem labores pro. THE HISTORY UE Women s Soccer History 37

20 THE MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE 2014 SEASON IN REVIEW 2014 Univ. of Evansville Women's Soccer Evansville Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 09, 2014) All games The Missouri Valley Conference has demonstrated throughout history that it finds the strength, resources, competitive determination and leadership to rise to even higher levels when confronted with change or significant challenges. The summer of 2015 yielded two major announces on the TV front, as ESPN and the Missouri Valley Conference announced a 10-year extension to their current media rights agreement that will provide increased coverage of Conference events across ESPN platforms through As part of the deal which continues a business relationship that began in 1986 ESPN, the Missouri Valley Conference and its 10 member institutions will work jointly to develop in-house production capabilities at each campus that will provide significant national coverage for multiple sports on ESPN3 and hands-on educational opportunities for students. As a result, ESPN3 will showcase a minimum of 820 events a year (a minimum of 70 men s basketball) in the final six years of the agreement on the league s co-branded network (The Valley on ESPN3). Additionally, CBS Sports and the MVC reached a multi-year agreement to televise Valley basketball games on the CBS Television Network and CBS Sports Network. The deal, which begins this season and continues through , is through a sublicense agreement with ESPN. CBS Sports has televised the men s basketball tournament final since In , the winds of change that have dramatically affected Division I conference realignment in recent years finally touched The Valley. For the first time since 1996, the MVC will experience the addition and departure of a member institution. The Valley formally welcomed Loyola University Chicago into the membership on July 1, Loyola is the 33rd institution to enter the Missouri Valley Conference and the firstever member university from the Chicago metropolitan area. In March 2013, Creighton University, an MVC member for nearly 60 years, had announced its departure from the MVC for the newly configured Big East Conference. If the Missouri Valley Conference has been anything over the past 106 seasons of athletic competition, it has been resilient. The Valley which will experience its 107th season of athletics competition in has weathered many kinds of storms, including changes in its membership. In 1928, six institutions (Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma) left the league to form the Big Six Conference. Another major exodus from the MVC took place in the 1970s when four institutions departed over a threeyear period. Each time there has been a setback or a major change in membership, the Conference has retooled and reinvented itself. The nation s second-oldest NCAA Division I conference continues to be a leader in college athletics and is one of the nation s most progressive conferences. League members have worked together to focus on common goals and objectives, putting a high value on league harmony while continuing to invest in athletic programs to compete at the highest level. The Valley brand remains very strong, both regionally and nationally, and the great athletic tradition of The Valley remains a compelling force in recruiting studentathletes and in marketing all the MVC programs. Meanwhile, the success of The Valley television package is one of the great stories in the league. The MVC Television Network has blossomed into a revenue-generating vehicle and The Valley s most visible marketing tool. Also, The Valley continues to be proactive in upgrading the production and marketing of both institutionally-produced and conference-produced webcasts. In 2010, The Valley took a major step toward ensuring current revenues in television media and tournament sponsorship sales would be guaranteed in future years when it announced a 10-year partnership with Learfield Sports. The Jefferson City, Missouribased company now has the exclusive sales and marketing rights to MVC assets that include championships and television advertising. During the tenure of Doug Elgin, The Valley s ninth and longest-tenured commissioner, The Valley has been aggressive in hosting NCAA events in St. Louis. From , the MVC served as host for a staggering nine NCAA tournament events in that 13- year period, which has made St. Louis one of the most frequent stops on the NCAA Tournament trail. The Valley hosted Women s Final Fours in 2001 and 2009 and the Men s Final Four in This year, The Valley will host an NCAA second- and third-round men s basketball event at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Last year, the league hosted an NCAA second- and third-round men s basketball event in Kansas City and previously assisted with preliminary round men s events in both 2008 and 2012 in Omaha. The seeds for the creation of the conference were planted by eight administrators representing five institutions, who met at the Midland Hotel in Kansas City, Mo., on Jan. 12, The five schools which formed the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association were Washington University of St. Louis, and the state universities of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. Two months after the initial meeting, two more schools -- Drake University and Iowa State College -- were admitted. In the fall of 1907, basketball became the first competitive sport. Today, the Missouri Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, men s and women s basketball, men s and women s cross country and track & field (indoor and outdoor), men s and women s golf, men s and women s soccer, softball, women s swimming and diving, men s and women s tennis, and women s volleyball. Indeed, the inclusion of women s programs under The Valley banner has provided a boost. The Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference -- which began in merged with The Missouri Valley Conference and was unveiled as part of the new conference on July 1, While the inclusion of women s sports under a comprehensive athletic umbrella is a recent development in the league s storied history, over the years, Valley student-athletes and coaches have become household names during the league s illustrious history, both during their collegiate careers and, for some, professional careers. In fact, The Valley began honoring that tradition in the summer of 1997, when the conference began its athletics Hall of Fame. Hersey Hawkins of Bradley, Larry Bird of Indiana State, Wes Unseld of Louisville, Coach Henry Iba of Oklahoma State, Dave Stallworth of Wichita State, Ed Macauley of Saint Louis, and Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati were members of the initial induction class. Currently, nearly 80 former players, coaches and alums dot the league s Hall of Fame. Men s basketball, perhaps, has the league s most storied tradition, boasting the likes of Hall of Famers Bird and Robertson as former players, but The Valley has also produced national-caliber student-athletes in its other sponsored sports. In 2001, Missouri State s Jackie Stiles became the first Valley woman to earn the Honda-Broderick Cup, given to the nation s top female collegiate studentathlete. In the sport of track and field, Indiana State s Holli Hyche captured seven national sprint titles in the early 1990s, Southern Illinois Darrin Plab won back-toback NCAA outdoor high jump titles in 1991 and 1992, SIU s Brittany Riley became the World record holder in the weight throw in 2007, and Kylie Hutson of Indiana State swept both the indoor and outdoor pole vault titles in 2009 and in Southern Illinois Jeneva McCall (three NCAA individual championships) and Illinois State s Tim Glover (back-to-back javelin championships in 2011 and 2012) and Indiana State s Felisha Johnson (indoor weight throw in 2011 and 2013) are the most recent multi-year NCAA champions in the league s highly decorated history in track & field. In the fall of 1997, Creighton s Johnny Torres was named the collegiate male soccer player of the year for a second-straight year, while SMU s Luchi Gonzalez (2001) and Tulsa s Ryan Pore (2004) have also earned a National Player of the Year honor in men s soccer. Meanwhile, league member Wichita State has produced three national collegiate players of the year in baseball, including Joe Carter (1981), Phil Stephenson (1982) and Darren Dreifort (1993). League members include Bradley, Drake, Evansville, Illinois State, Indiana State, Loyola Chicago, Missouri State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois, and Wichita State. Central Arkansas and Southern Illinois Edwardsville are affiliate members in men s soccer, and Dallas Baptist is an affiliate member for baseball. RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att AUSTIN PEAY W SAINT LOUIS L BOWLING GREEN W EASTERN KENTUCKY W at UT Martin L BUTLER W at WKU L at IUPUI To at Valparaiso To SEMO W at Belmont W TENNESSEE TECH W * 09/28/14 at Drake W * ILS L * Oct 11 at Missouri State To * INDIANA STATE W * UNI W * at Loyola Chicago L * Nov 07 vs #3 Drake W * at #1 ILS L TEAM STATISTICS UE OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct Shots on goal-attempts SOG pct Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards 7 7 Red cards 0 2 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 10/299 9/282 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/0 MVC TEAM SCORING LEADERS TEAM G A PTS Illinois State Drake Missouri State Evansville Northern Iowa Loyola Indiana State MVC TEAM DEFENSIVE LEADERS TEAM GA MINUTES GAA Evansville : Illinois State : Drake : UNI : Loyola : Missouri State : Indiana State : ## Player gp g a pts sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att 6 Boswell, Bronwyn Baham, Nicki Portenier, Montana Shafer, Olivia Marshall, Holyn Richardson, Emily Springer, Abby Smith, Kayla Medlej, Noor Scales, Carlie Dierkes, Colleen Pagan, Tatiana Brand, Taylor Minor, Laura Arguello, Allie Dierkes, Caitie Griebel, Emily Ruby, JBess Campbell, Jordin Haycraft, Madison Busby, Simone Biggs, Whitney Total Opponents ## Goalie GP Min. GA GAAvg Saves Pct W-L-T Sho 00 Biggs, Whitney 5 122: /4 0 Busby, Simone : /4 Total : Opponents : Goals by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Evansville Opponents Shots by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Evansville Opponents Saves by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Evansville Opponents Corners by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Evansville Opponents Fouls by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Evansville Opponents FINAL MVC STANDINGS TEAM MVC PTS OVERALL PTS Illinois St Evansville Drake UNI Missouri St Loyola Indiana St MVC INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS PLAYER G A PTS R. Tejada, ILS R. Rodgers, DU H. Leinart, ILS H. Huber, MSU M. Brewer, MSU B. Boswell, UE M. Orf, INS MVC INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING LEADERS PLAYER GA MINUTES GAA S. Busby, UE : A. Newsom, ILS : W. Blunt, UNI : K. Moore, DU : M. Gonyo, LUC : J. Perry, MSU : L. Ketzer, MSU : UE Women s Soccer History 39

CONFERENCE USA SPORT FORMATS FOR 2013-14

CONFERENCE USA SPORT FORMATS FOR 2013-14 BASEBALL 2014 Teams (13): Charlotte, East Carolina, FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Middle Tennessee, Old Dominion, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB, UTSA Scheduling Format: Teams will

More information

Conference Commissioners Association

Conference Commissioners Association Commissioners Association Summary Report of Miscellaneous Operational Items Academic Year: 2012-13 Prepared by: Scott Crawford, Ph.D. Chair CCA Executive Committee Todd Brittingham Intern Kansas Collegiate

More information

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE. Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana. The NFHS is the national leadership

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE. Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana. The NFHS is the national leadership NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE New Orleans to Host 96 th Annual NFHS Summer Meeting FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bruce Howard INDIANAPOLIS, IN (June 23, 2015) The

More information

Kim Davison: (2000 - ) Graduate of Oak Grove High School, San Jose, CA

Kim Davison: (2000 - ) Graduate of Oak Grove High School, San Jose, CA Volunteer: Kim Davison: (2000 - ) Graduate of Oak Grove High School, San Jose, CA Football Asst Coach 4 yrs. Summer Camp Coach 3 yrs Baseball Asst. Coach 14 + yrs. (25 yrs. Coaching total). Helped Coach

More information

STRENGTH STAFF Jon Jost, Director of Strength & Conditioning

STRENGTH STAFF Jon Jost, Director of Strength & Conditioning STRENGTH STAFF Jon Jost, Director of Strength & Conditioning One of the most important aspects of any successful athletic department is the strength and conditioning of its student-athletes. When Florida

More information

ASU s Barrett Honors College is ranked as the #1 honors college in the country (yes ahead of Stanford, Yale, and Harvard).

ASU s Barrett Honors College is ranked as the #1 honors college in the country (yes ahead of Stanford, Yale, and Harvard). ESPN RANKS TEMPE FOURTH BEST COLLEGE TOWN IN AMERICA!! GENERAL INFORMATION ASU s Barrett Honors College is ranked as the #1 honors college in the country (yes ahead of Stanford, Yale, and Harvard). ASU

More information

1980 STATE CHAMPION GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

1980 STATE CHAMPION GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM 1980 STATE CHAMPION GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM The 1980 Shaler Area Girls Varsity Basketball Team amassed an amazing record of 33-3. The team captured both the WPIAL Class AAA Championship and the PIAA Class

More information

Information about Registration at Deegan Hall West (Registration Monday, July 28 th, 8:30am to 9am)

Information about Registration at Deegan Hall West (Registration Monday, July 28 th, 8:30am to 9am) Information about Registration at Deegan Hall West (Registration Monday, July 28 th, 8:30am to 9am) Registration will take place at Deegan Hall West (check in will take place every morning at the same

More information

Rider University Baseball

Rider University Baseball Rider University Baseball 2008 NCAA Regional Championship Notes #1 Cal-State Fullerton (37-19) #2 UCLA (31-25) #3 Virginia (38-21) #4 Rider (29-26) Fullerton, California Tournament Field Tournament Schedule

More information

Delaware State University (D1AA) Dover, DE 3/2010 12/2010 Linebackers Coach *Assisted with defensive game plans

Delaware State University (D1AA) Dover, DE 3/2010 12/2010 Linebackers Coach *Assisted with defensive game plans JOHN D. MORGAN JR. GOAL To obtain a coaching position in a program that will enable me to utilize my leadership skills and knowledge by providing and enhancing quality athletic instruction and focus to

More information

Whitmer High School is proud to announce NINE student-athletes who will sign with colleges on Friday, May 10:

Whitmer High School is proud to announce NINE student-athletes who will sign with colleges on Friday, May 10: MEDIA ADVISORY WHAT: Whitmer Athletes Signing With Colleges WHEN: Friday, May 10, 2013 9:00 a.m. WHERE: Details: Whitmer High School Field House Lobby 5601 Clegg. Dr. (off Alexis, near Douglas) Whitmer

More information

Height: (5 5-5 10 ) DI - TIER 2 - MIDDLE HITTER. Height: (5 11-6 3 ) Block Jump: 9 3 DI - TIER 2 - OH / RS. Height: (5 10-6 0 ) Block Jump: 9 1

Height: (5 5-5 10 ) DI - TIER 2 - MIDDLE HITTER. Height: (5 11-6 3 ) Block Jump: 9 3 DI - TIER 2 - OH / RS. Height: (5 10-6 0 ) Block Jump: 9 1 HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION I - TIER 1 (UPPER LEVEL) DI - TIER 1 - HS Generally 3-4 year varsity starter Generally attend a large high school (4A, 5A, 6A) with a nationally recognized volleyball program. Recognized

More information

Bemidji State University Director of Athletics

Bemidji State University Director of Athletics Bemidji State University Director of Athletics Bemidji State University invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Athletics. The Director of Athletics is the senior leader of

More information

JEFF A. FORE 4637 W Hasan Dr, Laveen, AZ 85339 H (602) 237-1795 C (623) 533-0843 coach_fore@hotmail.com

JEFF A. FORE 4637 W Hasan Dr, Laveen, AZ 85339 H (602) 237-1795 C (623) 533-0843 coach_fore@hotmail.com JEFF A. FORE 4637 W Hasan Dr, Laveen, AZ 85339 H (602) 237-1795 C (623) 533-0843 coach_fore@hotmail.com OBJECTIVE To obtain a Business, Sales or Athletic Management position that allows me to use my knowledge

More information

ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY

ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY Athletics Marketing Package Founded in 1867 in Marion, Ala. www.bamastatesports.com ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY Founded in 1867 in Marion, Ala. Offers 59 undergraduate and graduate

More information

Steven K Jackson EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS. 720 S 3 rd Ave. #3 Tucson, Arizona 85701 (520) 903-4214 Steven.jackson@mrsteve.

Steven K Jackson EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS. 720 S 3 rd Ave. #3 Tucson, Arizona 85701 (520) 903-4214 Steven.jackson@mrsteve. Steven K Jackson 720 S 3 rd Ave. #3 Tucson, Arizona 85701 (520) 903-4214 Steven.jackson@mrsteve.org EDUCATION The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona M.A. in Dance (1988) Thesis: Application of Dance

More information

22-Nov Duke -4.5 over Minnesota 89-71 Win 4 $400 22-Nov Oklahoma -3 over UTEP 68-61 Win 3 $300 7 $700 12 $940

22-Nov Duke -4.5 over Minnesota 89-71 Win 4 $400 22-Nov Oklahoma -3 over UTEP 68-61 Win 3 $300 7 $700 12 $940 2012-2013 Doc's Sports College Basketball Complete Season Record By Game Daily Season To Date Date Game / pick Score W / L Units $$$ Units $$$ Units $$$ 17-Nov Milwaukee +6 over Davidson 73-68 Win 4 $400

More information

Visual Arts. Points/ Achievement

Visual Arts. Points/ Achievement The criteria used for the awarding of letter jackets and/or letters shall be the same for all Pearland ISD campuses for each program. Listed below are the requirements for each approved organization: Visual

More information

Guide to Writing Your Athletic Department Report/Overview

Guide to Writing Your Athletic Department Report/Overview Guide to Writing Your Athletic Department Report/Overview Distributed by the NJCAA to Member Colleges October 2006 TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview of Athletic Programs...4 Athletic Department Staff...5 Athletic

More information

1980 SHALER AREA VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM

1980 SHALER AREA VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 1980 SHALER AREA VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM The 1980 Shaler Area Varsity Baseball Team was perhaps the most dominating baseball team in the history of Shaler Area. Their 30-3 record included three pre-season

More information

Whit s Student Athlete & College Marketing Program. Fred A. Williams

Whit s Student Athlete & College Marketing Program. Fred A. Williams Whit s Student Athlete & College Marketing Program Fred A. Williams About the Presenter: Fred A. Williams is married and has one daughter, Whitney. He received his BS from Ashland College (University)

More information

PORTRAIT OF A REGIS GRADUATE! JANUARY 2014!

PORTRAIT OF A REGIS GRADUATE! JANUARY 2014! PORTRAIT OF A REGIS GRADUATE! JANUARY 2014! History Since 1991, Regis has educated approximately 300 boys as Sacred Heart scholars and gentlemen! Regis eighteen graduating classes have attended the finest

More information

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE. NFHS Awards Citations to Eight Athletic Directors FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE. NFHS Awards Citations to Eight Athletic Directors FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE NFHS Awards Citations to Eight Athletic Directors FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Bruce Howard INDIANAPOLIS, IN (November 28, 2007) The

More information

experiences back into the classroom, where he doesn t always have to teach from the book.

experiences back into the classroom, where he doesn t always have to teach from the book. T-Bird Rising 18-2-2 Record in 2014. No. 2 in the country in goals. No. 2 in the country in goal differential. No. 12 in the National Coaches Poll. We are Highline! We are Family! Join the Uprising! Nationally

More information

University of Texas at San Antonio

University of Texas at San Antonio University of Texas at San Antonio Corporate Marketing Proposal Sarah Wright Nelligan Sports Marketing 508.259.5072 swright@nelligansports.com NSM is dedicated to building long-term relationships with

More information

Jeannie R. Hebert-Truax 775 W. Briar Drive Wasilla, Alaska 99654 907-376-8675

Jeannie R. Hebert-Truax 775 W. Briar Drive Wasilla, Alaska 99654 907-376-8675 Jeannie R. Hebert-Truax 775 W. Briar Drive Wasilla, Alaska 99654 907-376-8675 EDUCATION Masters in Exercise and Sport Sciences Sports Administration University of Miami: Coral Cables, Florida Graduation:

More information

Our 2014-15 SECHC Playoffs will once again return to Pelham, Alabama February 6-7-8, 2015.

Our 2014-15 SECHC Playoffs will once again return to Pelham, Alabama February 6-7-8, 2015. www.sechchockey.com Greetings To all high school age hockey players, coaches and parents interested in the South Eastern Collegiate Hockey Conference (SECHC): This informational document is provided to

More information

Executive Search Profile. USA South Athletic Conference Commissioner

Executive Search Profile. USA South Athletic Conference Commissioner Executive Search Profile USA South Athletic Conference Commissioner USA South Athletic Conference The USA South Athletic Conference is pleased to announce its search for a Commissioner. The USA South seeks

More information

Student-Athletes. Guide to. College Recruitment

Student-Athletes. Guide to. College Recruitment A Student-Athletes Guide to College Recruitment 2 Table of Contents Welcome Letter 3 Guidelines for Marketing Yourself as an Athlete 4 Time Line for Marketing Yourself as an Athlete 4 6 Questions to Ask

More information

CIS announces 2007-08 Desjardins Top Eight Academic All-Canadians

CIS announces 2007-08 Desjardins Top Eight Academic All-Canadians CIS announces 2007-08 Desjardins Top Eight Academic All-Canadians Oct. 23, 2008 OTTAWA (CIS) Canadian Interuniversity Sport proudly announced Thursday the studentathletes honoured as Desjardins Top Eight

More information

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Men s Silver Anniversary Team 1991/2016

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Men s Silver Anniversary Team 1991/2016 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Men s Silver Anniversary Team 1991/2016 Barker, Lance Columbus East Four-time all-sectional player led Columbus East to 1990 sectional championship title, plus named all-regional.

More information

Men s & Women s Track and Field

Men s & Women s Track and Field NATIONAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Men s & Women s Track and Field Track and Field 235 Men s & Women s Track and Field I. GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR NCCAA OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

More information

Greetings from the Iron Bear Club

Greetings from the Iron Bear Club BAYLOR UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONSHIPS START HERE Inside this issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 Greetings from the Iron Bear Club April 2009 Facility Pictures 2 Kaz Kazadi Anne Tamporello Chris Ruf 3 The Iron Bear Club

More information

Avon High School Announcements

Avon High School Announcements Avon High School Announcements Monday, October 27, 2014 All sophomores and juniors will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 29, from 8-11:15 a.m. Students will test in their SRT class, however rosters

More information

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Athletic Board 2010-2011 Annual Report

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Athletic Board 2010-2011 Annual Report University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Faculty Document No. 2821, October 20, 2011 University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Athletic Board 2010-2011 Annual Report Members: Virginia Stoffel FAC Occupational Therapy

More information

The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin HIGHER EDUCATION ACT REPORTING Reporting of Institutional Information Concerning Intercollegiate Athletics Programs All coeducational institutions of higher education that participate in any Federal student

More information

State-of-the-University Address. President O Brien

State-of-the-University Address. President O Brien State-of-the-University Address President O Brien Overview Student Enrollment & Demographics Major Accomplishments Budget Update Major Initiatives Student Enrollment & Demographics Enrollment 9500 9000

More information

PGA Tour Wins. Nationwide Tour Wins. Senior Tour Wins. PGA Tour Honors

PGA Tour Wins. Nationwide Tour Wins. Senior Tour Wins. PGA Tour Honors PGA Tour Wins Mike Souchak (15) 1955 Texas Open, Houston Open 1956 Agua Caliente Open, Azalea Open Colonial National Invitation, St. Paul Open 1958 St. Paul Open 1959 Tournament of Champions Western Open,

More information

wsu facilities Beasley Coliseum w w w. w s u c o u g a r s. c o m

wsu facilities Beasley Coliseum w w w. w s u c o u g a r s. c o m wsu facilities Beasley Coliseum Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum was named in 1981 in honor of the former Washington State Vice President Wallis Beasley, who retired that same year. Many of the campus

More information

Education U.S.A. Destination: Valpo. Dr. Renu Juneja Associate Provost Valparaiso University

Education U.S.A. Destination: Valpo. Dr. Renu Juneja Associate Provost Valparaiso University Education U.S.A. Destination: Valpo Dr. Renu Juneja Associate Provost Valparaiso University What is distinctive about a U.S. education? Favors creative and independent thinking over rote learning and memorization

More information

University of Wisconsin-Madison. Madison

University of Wisconsin-Madison. Madison HIGHER EDUCATION ACT REPORTING Reporting of Institutional Information Concerning Intercollegiate Athletics Programs All coeducational institutions of higher education that participate in any Federal student

More information

COMPLETE CAPITAL ONE CUP STANDINGS As of June 29, 2015

COMPLETE CAPITAL ONE CUP STANDINGS As of June 29, 2015 MEN'S CUP STANDINGS WOMEN'S CUP STANDINGS Points Points 1. Virginia 149 1. Stanford 136.5 2. Oregon 121 2. Florida 131 3. Ohio State 93.5 3. Penn State 105 4. Florida 84 4. Florida State 93 5. Denver 72

More information

W&J CROSS COUNTRY SEASON ENDS AT MIDEAST REGIONAL (11/14)

W&J CROSS COUNTRY SEASON ENDS AT MIDEAST REGIONAL (11/14) W&J CROSS COUNTRY SEASON ENDS AT MIDEAST REGIONAL (11/14) BETHLEHEM, Pa. The Washington & Jefferson College cross country squads wrapped up their 2009 season on Saturday at the NCAA Division III Mideast

More information

MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL

MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL 1 MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL This manual is to be used to help assist administrators, staff and coaches within the department of athletics. By no means is the manual all inclusive.

More information

2015-2016 COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

2015-2016 COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 2015-2016 COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE OVER 220 GAMES INCLUDING... DATE GAME TIME (ET) Fri 11/13 Quicken Loans Veterans Classic Temple vs. North Carolina 7:00 Florida vs. Navy 9:30 Sun 11/15 Wake Forest

More information

Equity in Athletics 2014. Screening Questions

Equity in Athletics 2014. Screening Questions Equity in Athletics 2014 Screening Questions Please answer these questions carefully as your responses will determine which subsequent data entry screens are appropriate for your institution. 1. How will

More information

U.S. Culture Series: American Sports. Scott Manley

U.S. Culture Series: American Sports. Scott Manley U.S. Culture Series: American Sports Scott Manley Sports in the U.S. Sports in the U.S. are an important part of the culture. The sporting culture is different from that of other countries, with a unique

More information

RULES AND ELIGIBILITY

RULES AND ELIGIBILITY RICE 2013-2014 RECREATION Intramural Sports CENTER RULES AND ELIGIBILITY Rice University Intramural Sports assumes no responsibility for accidents or injuries, as all participants enter the activity voluntarily.

More information

CANADA UNITED STATES MONTREAL TORONTO BOSTON NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON, D.C. CHICAGO SALT LAKE CITY DENVER COLUMBUS SAN JOSE KANSAS CITY

CANADA UNITED STATES MONTREAL TORONTO BOSTON NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON, D.C. CHICAGO SALT LAKE CITY DENVER COLUMBUS SAN JOSE KANSAS CITY VANCOUVER SEATTLE CANADA PORTLAND MONTREAL TORONTO BOSTON SAN JOSE SALT LAKE CITY DENVER KANSAS CITY CHICAGO COLUMBUS NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON, D.C. LOS ANGELES ATLANTA DALLAS UNITED STATES

More information

2012-13 Rhode Island College Women's Swimming

2012-13 Rhode Island College Women's Swimming 2012-13 Rhode Island College Women's Swimming Sophomore Amanda DiPaola Sophomore Ramie Cormay Junior Sophie Kanno The 2012-13 Rhode Island College Women's Swimming Team Left to Right: Sophie Kanno, Amanda

More information

If you have been at a four-year school and now attend a two-year school

If you have been at a four-year school and now attend a two-year school If you have been at a four-year school and now attend a two-year school If you started at a four-year school, then transferred to a two-year school and now want to transfer to a four-year school, we refer

More information

The Impact of Elite Individual Athletic Performance on University Applicants for Admission in NCAA Division I-A Fo

The Impact of Elite Individual Athletic Performance on University Applicants for Admission in NCAA Division I-A Fo The Impact of Elite Individual Athletic Performance on University Applicants for Admission in NCAA Division I-A Football by United States Sports Academy - Sunday, January 01, 2006 http://thesportjournal.org/article/the-impact-of-elite-individual-athletic-performance-on-universityapplicants-for-admission-in-ncaa-division-i-a-football-2/

More information

Director of Athletics

Director of Athletics Leadership Profile Director of Athletics This search is being assisted by: Coppin State University is accepting applications and nominations for the next Director of Athletics of its 14 Division I sports

More information

Peter J. Fadde Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology and Design Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL 62901-4610

Peter J. Fadde Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology and Design Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL 62901-4610 Peter J. Fadde Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology and Design Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL 62901-4610 618.453.4019 (office) 765.427.5977 (cell) fadde@siu.edu Training and Research

More information

TULSA MEN'S GOLF WWW. TULSAHURRICANE.COM 2014-15 FINAL RELEASE May 19, 2015

TULSA MEN'S GOLF WWW. TULSAHURRICANE.COM 2014-15 FINAL RELEASE May 19, 2015 TULSA MEN'S GOLF WWW. TULSAHURRICANE.COM 2014-15 FINAL RELEASE May 19, 2015 Tulsa Golf Quick Facts Head Golf Coach: Bill Brogden (29th year) Conference: American Athletic Conference NCAA Appearances: (10

More information

Presented by Andrew Vanover College Advisory Program Director Delaware Rush Soccer Club

Presented by Andrew Vanover College Advisory Program Director Delaware Rush Soccer Club Presented by Andrew Vanover College Advisory Program Director Delaware Rush Soccer Club The College Advisory Program (C.A.P.) provides high school age players and their parents with an introduction to

More information

NATIONAL CHRISTIAN COLL

NATIONAL CHRISTIAN COLL NATIONAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Men s Basketball Division I Men s Basketball I 95 Division I Men s Basketball I. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP A. Administration In

More information

University of Pennsylvania Football and Basketball

University of Pennsylvania Football and Basketball University of Pennsylvania Football and Basketball Nelligan Sports Marketing, Inc. 150 Clove Road Little Falls, NJ 07424 Mike Felici: 215.746.7625 Diana LePore: 973.812.5900 1 NSM is dedicated to building

More information

School District. Dr. Barry Amacker, Superintendent Jackson County School District

School District. Dr. Barry Amacker, Superintendent Jackson County School District Dr. Barry Amacker, Superintendent Jackson County School District Greetings JACO Nation, As we look forward to the 2015-16 school year, I would like to thank you for another great year in 2014-15. As you

More information

The SUNY Cortland Red Dragon LEARN BY DOING CLINIC. Presented by: Sunday April 3 rd, 2016

The SUNY Cortland Red Dragon LEARN BY DOING CLINIC. Presented by: Sunday April 3 rd, 2016 The SUNY Cortland Red Dragon LEARN BY DOING CLINIC Presented by: Cross Country/Track & Field Sunday April 3 rd, 2016 All advanced registrants receive a free gift! Advanced registration (postmarked Friday,

More information

Transfer. Transfer 101 Basic information you need to know about transferring to an NCAA college. For Divisions I/II/III 2012-13

Transfer. Transfer 101 Basic information you need to know about transferring to an NCAA college. For Divisions I/II/III 2012-13 Transfer Transfer 101 Basic information you need to know about transferring to an NCAA college For Divisions I/II/III 2012-13 Transfer 101 www.ncaa.org 1 National Collegiate Athletic Association P.O. Box

More information

2008 Athletics HALL FAME

2008 Athletics HALL FAME 2008 Athletics of HALL FAME F ERRIS S TATE U NIVERSITY Welcome Back! 40th Reunion 1968 Undefeated Team Welcome Coach Bob Leach Master of Ceremonies Roger Elford (Assistant Coach 1968 team) Invocation Dave

More information

NOVEMBER 2014. 1. The Post Season Bonus Policy applies to full-time head & assistant coaches and strength coaches in all sports.

NOVEMBER 2014. 1. The Post Season Bonus Policy applies to full-time head & assistant coaches and strength coaches in all sports. University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Intercollegiate Athletics Post Season Bonus Policy NOVEMBER 2014 The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Intercollegiate Athletics permits post season

More information

AARON MURRAY Quarterback University of Georgia Bulldogs 6-0, 201 Tampa, Florida Plant High School OVERVIEW

AARON MURRAY Quarterback University of Georgia Bulldogs 6-0, 201 Tampa, Florida Plant High School OVERVIEW AARON MURRAY Quarterback University of Georgia Bulldogs 6-0, 201 Tampa, Florida Plant High School OVERVIEW Murray has been the mainstay for the Bulldogs offense ever since he suited up for Georgia, starting

More information

A. Classes - There are three classes for both boys and girls, A/4A, 5A and 6A. B. Practice Date - Practice may begin Monday of Week #7.

A. Classes - There are three classes for both boys and girls, A/4A, 5A and 6A. B. Practice Date - Practice may begin Monday of Week #7. 7.17 SOCCER 7.17.1 General Rules/Policies A. Classes - There are three classes for both boys and girls, A/4A, 5A and 6A. B. Practice Date - Practice may begin Monday of Week #7. C. Practice Requirement

More information

Annual Report for Southgate Anderson High School

Annual Report for Southgate Anderson High School Annual Report for Southgate Anderson High School Michael Kell, Principal 2008-09 Dave Pinkowski Asst. Principal/Ath. Director Larry Miele, Asst. Principal/Dir. of CTE 15475 Leroy (734) 246-4611 FAX (734)

More information

UNDERGRADUATE Calvin College 2002-2006 Grand Rapids, Michigan Bachelors of Science, Biology

UNDERGRADUATE Calvin College 2002-2006 Grand Rapids, Michigan Bachelors of Science, Biology Curriculum Vitae Justin J Grasmeyer, DC, DACBSP 13160 Mindanao Way Suite 308 Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 574-0398 Facsimile (310) 574-0394 softtissuecenter.com discmdgroup.com EDUCATION UNDERGRADUATE

More information

PRIDE. Passion. PROFESSIONAL.

PRIDE. Passion. PROFESSIONAL. PRIDE. Passion. PROFESSIONAL. TFC. PRIDE. Passion. PROFESSIONAL. Established in 2006, Texas Football Club (TFC) is a non-profit, public service corporation. TFC provides a unique opportunity for talented

More information

MIAA COACHES STATE EXAMINATION YOU MUST SCORE AN 80 OR BETTER TO PASS

MIAA COACHES STATE EXAMINATION YOU MUST SCORE AN 80 OR BETTER TO PASS MASSACHUSETTS COACHES EDUCATION PROGRAM 33 Forge Parkway, Franklin, MA 02038 www.miaa.net/coaches ~ blemote@miaa.net MIAA COACHES STATE EXAMINATION YOU MUST SCORE AN 80 OR BETTER TO PASS DIRECTIONS: On

More information

PoInts of PrIde. InstItutIonal HIgHlIgHts. InfInIte PossIbIlItIes!

PoInts of PrIde. InstItutIonal HIgHlIgHts. InfInIte PossIbIlItIes! For 80 years, Norfolk State University has played a pivotal, leadership role in advancing educational attainment in the Hampton Roads region by creating one student scholar, one engaged faculty and one

More information

State by State Pitching Restrictions. (These restrictions were submitted by the respective state associations)

State by State Pitching Restrictions. (These restrictions were submitted by the respective state associations) State by State Pitching Restrictions (These restrictions were submitted by the respective state associations) Alabama (A) Pitching limitations apply for all regular season, tournament and playoff games

More information

2008-09 Apprentice School Men s Basketball Notebook

2008-09 Apprentice School Men s Basketball Notebook March 1 Robert Morris-Sfield 11 am 3-7 at USCAA Nationals 2008-09 Apprentice School Men s Basketball Notebook Record 10-14 Vs. USCAA 7-1 Vs. NAIA D1 1-3 Vs. NAIA D2 0-2 Vs. NCAA D2 2-6 Vs. NCAA D3 1-2

More information

Nine Duke players have won the National Player of the Year award, starting with Dick Groat in 1952. Since Groat s initial honor, Art Heyman (1963),

Nine Duke players have won the National Player of the Year award, starting with Dick Groat in 1952. Since Groat s initial honor, Art Heyman (1963), 70 Nine Duke players have won the National Player of the Year award, starting with Dick Groat in 1952. Since Groat s initial honor, Art Heyman (1963), Johnny Dawkins (1986), Danny Ferry (1989), Christian

More information

Campus Profile. Kennesaw State University Campus Profile 1

Campus Profile. Kennesaw State University Campus Profile 1 Campus Profile 1 About Kennesaw State University Kennesaw State University (KSU), the third-largest university in the University System of Georgia, is a comprehensive public university. It is one of the

More information

The Carson-Newman Eagle Club. The Tradition Continues. Membership Levels

The Carson-Newman Eagle Club. The Tradition Continues. Membership Levels The Carson-Newman Eagle Club The Eagle Club is the fund-raising arm of the athletic program at Carson-Newman College. What began with a handful of dreamers willing to invest in their visions of athletic

More information

Graduate School Rankings Debate: U.S. News and World Report --and beyond

Graduate School Rankings Debate: U.S. News and World Report --and beyond Graduate School Rankings Debate: U.S. News and World Report --and beyond Every year, U.S. News and World Report publishes a ranking of different graduate programs and, every year, college and university

More information

nfl picks week 15 espn

nfl picks week 15 espn Additional information >>> HERE

More information

BOYS SOCCER ALL-STAR ROSTER

BOYS SOCCER ALL-STAR ROSTER 8 BOYS SOCCER ALL-STAR ROSTER NORTH PLAYERS No. NAME SCHOOL POS. HT. WT. Sean Bengs Buckhorn F 5'10 154 Dylan Bowen Mountain Brook B 5'8 140 Phildon Dublin Helena GK 6'1 175 Roy Etta Huntsville RB 6'0

More information

COLLEGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

COLLEGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Curriculum Vitae Howard L. Gauthier Assistant Professor/Graduate Coordinator Idaho State University Meridian 1311 E. Central Drive Meridian, ID 83642 (208) 373-1753 E-mail: gauthowa@isu.edu EDUCATION:

More information

endowment program the university of georgia

endowment program the university of georgia For more information on how you can perpetuate the greatness and ensure the future of the University of Georgia Athletic Association, please contact: The Georgia Bulldog Club University of Georgia Athletic

More information

DETAILED RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR EACH SPORT/EVENT

DETAILED RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR EACH SPORT/EVENT Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal Bhopal By-Pass Road, Bhauri, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462066 4 th INTER-IISER SPORTS MEET, 2015 (IISM 2015) 15 th 21 st December, 2015 DETAILED RULES

More information

College Preparation Night

College Preparation Night Starting the College Processes: Throughout the entire process, you may initiate contact (via email, instant messenger, fax, phone and/or letters) as much as you want. Phone message (except specific camp

More information

Hall of Fame Class of 2007

Hall of Fame Class of 2007 Hall of Fame Class of 2007 Front Left to Right: Carmello Capurro, Nick Capurro, Roland Bedard, Dave Long Rear Left to Right: Paul Scheurmann, Vince Pecarro, Herman Kraft, Pat Smith, Jack Hermans, Carl

More information

NCSA A T H L E T I C R E C R U I T I N G

NCSA A T H L E T I C R E C R U I T I N G NCSA A T H L E T I C R E C R U I T I N G Sports Specific Recruiting Guide Baseball Recruiting Guidelines Division I Baseball The typical Division I baseball player is polished and already has all the tools

More information

ADVICE FOR THE COLLEGE BOUND WATER POLO PLAYER by Dante Dettamanti Water Polo Coach Stanford University, 1977-2001

ADVICE FOR THE COLLEGE BOUND WATER POLO PLAYER by Dante Dettamanti Water Polo Coach Stanford University, 1977-2001 ADVICE FOR THE COLLEGE BOUND WATER POLO PLAYER by Dante Dettamanti Water Polo Coach Stanford University, 1977-2001 CHOOSING A COLLEGE IS ONE OF THE IMPORTANT DECISIONS THAT A STUDEN-ATHLETE WILL EVER MAKE.

More information

MICHAEL T. SANDERS Curriculum Vitae

MICHAEL T. SANDERS Curriculum Vitae MICHAEL T. SANDERS Curriculum Vitae ADDRESS PHONE 6913 Nubian Lane 512.288.9832 (H) 78739 512.471.5405 (O) 512.471.8914 (F) BUSINESS ADDRESS The University of Texas 2100 San Jacinto Bellmont Hall 222 78712

More information

2016 FHSAA Boys Water Polo State Championships Team Data Form for Press Booklet

2016 FHSAA Boys Water Polo State Championships Team Data Form for Press Booklet 2016 FHSAA Boys Water Polo State Championships Team Data Form for Press Booklet A. GENERAL INFORMATION School: Fort Lauderdale High School City: Fort Lauderdale Team Nickname/Mascot: Flying L School Colors:

More information

SNC ALL AMERICANS. Track & Field=Cross Country. Subscribe via e-mail

SNC ALL AMERICANS. Track & Field=Cross Country. Subscribe via e-mail Subscribe via e-mail Track & Field=Cross Country Green Knight Sports Weekly is an online newsletter recapping the current Cross Country and Track & Field news at St. Norbert College. To learn more about

More information

2012 FIELD HOCKEY GUIDE I. SEASON

2012 FIELD HOCKEY GUIDE I. SEASON 2012 FIELD HOCKEY GUIDE I. SEASON 1. Field hockey has been classified as a fall sport by the V.P.A. According to the V.P.A. definition of the fall season, the fall season may open August 16th and conclude

More information

COMPETE. The value and benefits gained from being a student-athlete can transform your life into what you want it to be.

COMPETE. The value and benefits gained from being a student-athlete can transform your life into what you want it to be. ATHLETICS For nearly 120 years, Delaware Valley University has been providing students with a relevant and valued education and an exceptional opportunity to engage their passion for sports. Our academic

More information

Roar-ee s Cubs Camp. Boys & Girls Ages 6-12

Roar-ee s Cubs Camp. Boys & Girls Ages 6-12 Roar-ee s Cubs Camp Director Anne Marie Skylis Anne Marie Skylis is in her second year as the Director of Sports and Cubs Camps and is excited to spend a fourth summer at Cubs Camp. Prior to her involvement

More information

2015 FIELD HOCKEY GUIDE I. SEASON

2015 FIELD HOCKEY GUIDE I. SEASON 2015 FIELD HOCKEY GUIDE I. SEASON 1. Field hockey has been classified as a fall sport by the V.P.A. According to the V.P.A. definition of the fall season, the fall season may open August 13th and conclude

More information

HISTORY OF ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY

HISTORY OF ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY HISTORY OF ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY HISTORY OF ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY 13 THE HISTORY OF ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY Arkansas Tech University was founded by Act 100 of the 37th Arkansas General Assembly.

More information

Awards Handbook for Area Chair Last updated January 2016

Awards Handbook for Area Chair Last updated January 2016 Awards Handbook for Area Chair Last updated January 2016 US Lacrosse Mission: As the sport s national governing body, US Lacrosse provides national leadership, structure and resources to fuel the sport

More information

Transfer. Transfer 101 Basic information you need to know about transferring to an NCAA college. For Divisions I/II/III 2012-13

Transfer. Transfer 101 Basic information you need to know about transferring to an NCAA college. For Divisions I/II/III 2012-13 Transfer Transfer 101 Basic information you need to know about transferring to an NCAA college For Divisions I/II/III 2012-13 Transfer 101 www.ncaa.org 1 National Collegiate Athletic Association P.O. Box

More information

Curriculum Vitae. Bradley Clyde Petty

Curriculum Vitae. Bradley Clyde Petty Curriculum Vitae Bradley Clyde Petty B r a d l e y C. P e t t y 2 Bradley Clyde Petty Home Work 3849 Parkwood Drive ASU Station # 11047 San Angelo, Texas 76904 San Angelo, Texas 76909 (325) 224-8190 (325)

More information

GAME 5: NO.16 WEST VIRGINIA VS. ARIZONA Friday, September 10, 2004 7 p.m. Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va.

GAME 5: NO.16 WEST VIRGINIA VS. ARIZONA Friday, September 10, 2004 7 p.m. Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium Morgantown, W.Va. Sports Communications Office PO Box 0877 Morgantown, WV 26505-0877 Phone: (304) 293-2821 Fax: (304)293-4105 Websites: www.msnsportsnet.com www.wvu.edu/~sports GAME 5: NO.16 WEST VIRGINIA VS. ARIZONA Friday,

More information

Cedarville University Cedarville, Ohio Great Midwest Athletic Conference NCAA Division II

Cedarville University Cedarville, Ohio Great Midwest Athletic Conference NCAA Division II Cedarville University Cedarville, Ohio Great Midwest Athletic Conference NCAA Division II Tom Cornman Vice President for Academics and CAO Athletics: Finances and Supervision Council of Independent Colleges

More information