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									            Michigan Lacrosse Gameday
     Game                                                                                                           Contact: Stuart Zaas
      #5                             #10 Michigan vs. Toledo                                                        sezaas@gmail.com
   Feb. 21, 2010                                  (0-4)                      (0-0)
   TODAY’S MATCHUP                      and we didn’t feel like anyone        Date     Opponent              Location             Result
                                        was better then us. We essentially    2/7    Adrian#              Ann Arbor, Mich.        11-20 (L)
Date: Sunday, Feb. 21, 2010
                                        beat ourselves with missed 50-50      2/12   UCLA^                Santa Barbara, Calif.   9-12 (L)
Time: 2:30 p.m.
                                        opportunities and turnovers caused    2/13   Colorado^            Santa Barbara, Calif.   9-10 (L)
Location: Ann Arbor, Mich.
                                        not by (other teams’) pressure but
Facility: Oosterbaan Fieldhouse                                               2/13   Cal Poly^            Santa Barbara, Calif.   7-11 (L)
                                        by our own means. Our attack is
Radio: www.umich.edu/~womenlax                                                2/14   Colorado St.^        Santa Barbara, Calif.   8-12 (L)
                                        working and scoring goals. ”
Play-by-play: Matt Boyer                                                      2/21   Toledo               Ann Arbor, Mich.        2:30 p.m.
                                                                              3/14   John Carroll         Ann Arbor, Mich.        TBA
 WOLVERINE WARMUP                         ROCKET RUNDOWN
                                                                              3/19   at Michigan St.      East Lansing, Mich.     7:00 p.m
Michigan returns home for its WCLL      Toledo has yet to play a game in      3/20   Miami University     Ann Arbor, Mich.        11:00 a.m.
opener after a tough West Coast trip.   2010. Last season the Rockets         3/20   Pittsburgh           Ann Arbor, Mich.        5:00 p.m
The Wolverines dropped four straight    finished 5-10. Michigan defeated
games against the top club teams in                                           3/26   Western Michigan     Ann Arbor, Mich.        6:30 p.m
                                        Toledo 21-1 in the teams’ only
the country, however, there were some   meeting of the 2009 season.           3/28   Oakland              Ann Arbor, Mich.        7:30 p.m
positives to come out of the trip.                                            4/9    Lindenwood %         St. Louis, Mo.          7:30 p.m
                                                                              4/10   UC Santa Clara%      St. Louis, Mo.          12:00 p.m
Michigan made it clear that it deserved      CONNECTIONS                      4/10   Minnesota%           St. Louis, Mo.          8:00 p.m
to be regarded among the top club                                             4/11   Virginia Tech%       St. Louis, Mo.          9:30 a.m.
                                        There are no known roster
teams in the country and showed its
                                        connections between Toledo and        4/17   WCLL Tournament      Toledo, Ohio            TBA
competitiveness, fighting back after
                                        Michigan.                             5/5    WDIA Tournament      Scottsdale, Ariz.       TBA
falling behind early in two of the
contests.                                                              Home games in BOLD played at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse
                                                                           # Exhibition game
                                            INJURY REPORT                  ^ Santa Barbara Shootout
The Wolverines brought the bitter
taste of defeat back to Michigan and Michigan: Sophomore          attacker % Lindenwood Tournament
they plan to use that as motivation the Delaney Kempner (knee) is
                                        doubtful. Senior midfielder Amy                       Series History
rest of the season.
                                        Santoriello     (foot/ankle) and     Michigan vs. Toledo....................................6-0
                                        junior midfielder Jess Stanley       Most goals (UM)...............................21, 2/8/09
Coach Dunbar on what the team
                                                                             Most goals (TOL).............................5, 4/14/02
learned from its trip to Santa (hamstrings) are questionable.
                                        Freshman attacker Rachel Stattler    Fewest goals (UM).............................9, 4/3/04
Barbara:
                                        (ankle) is probable.                 Fewest goals (TOL).........0, twice, last 2/11/07
                                                                             Largest margin (UM).....20, twice, last 2/8/09
“We played a couple great halves of
                                                                             Largest margin (TOL).........................................N/A
lacrosse. We played with each team Toledo: No reported injuries.
                                                                             Last Meeting.........................UM 21 Toledo 1, 2/8/09
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                Michigan Wolverines
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 No.         Name         Yr. Pos.            Hometown                      High School
 1    Amanda Schutte      Jr  A      San Diego, Calif.               La Costa Canyon
 2    Quinn Golinske      So D/M Beverly Hills, Mich.                Groves
 3    Jess Stanley        Jr  M      Bloomfield Hills, Mich.         Marian
 4    Hillary Handelsman Fr G        Arnold, Md.                     Broadneck
 5    Britt Boehm         Jr  M      Cleveland, Ohio                 Magnificant
 6    Delaney Kempner So A           Bethesda, Md.                   Sidwell Friends School
 7    Alaina Mezwa        So M       Rochester Hills, Mich.          Sacred Heart
 8    Amelia Maturo       Sr D       Ann Arbor, Mich.                Greenhills
 9    Ifat Ribon          So A       Ann Arbor, Mich.                Huron
 10 Ashley Felber         Jr  A      Denver, Colo.                   East
 11 Emmy Scheidt          So G       Birmingham, Mich.               Seaholm
 13 Kelsey Martin         So D       Radnor, PA                      Radnor
 14 Jamee Jacobson        Fr D       Lake Forest, Ill.               Lake Forest
 15 Claire Gadra          Fr D       Skaneateles, NY                 Skaneateles
 16 Amy Santoriello       Sr A       Westfield, N.J.                 Westfield
 17 Arielle Dyner         Sr D       Livingston, N.J.                Livingston
 18 Lexi Fader            Fr A       Owings Mills, Md.               McDonogh
 19 Samantha Staroba Jr       D      Grand Blanc, Mich.              Grand Blanc
 20 Melissa Oddo          So D       Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.       Grosse Pointe South
 21 Jenna Weinberg        So D       Owings Mills, Md.               Beth Tfiloh
 22 Maddie Sullivan       Fr D       West Hartford, Conn.            Conard
 23 Rachel Killian        Jr  A      Plymouth, Mich.                 Ladywood
 24 Ani Shekerjian        So A/M Bloomfield Hills, Mich.             Detroit Country Day
 25 Mynda Krato           So G       Grosse Pointe, Mich.            Grosse Pointe South
26 Rachel Stattler        Fr M       Bloomfield Hills, Mich.         Sacred Heart
27 Maddie Palmer          So A       Bloomfield, Mich.               Seaholm
28 Holly Roberts          Fr D       Wilmette, Ill.                  New Trier
29 Amy Johnson            Sr A       Washington, D.C.                Holton-Arms
30 Samantha Zetlin        Fr A       Framingham, Mass.               Framingham
31 Jane Petoskey          Fr A/M Ann Arbor, Mich.                    Pioneer
Head Coach: Jen Dunbar (3rd Season)
Assistant Coaches: Ginny Hughes & Kasey Hughes (2nd Season)
Team Captains: Britt Boehm, Arielle Dyner & Amy Santoriello
Team Manager/Trainer: Steve Sylvia
Media Relations: Stuart Zaas

  PRONOUNCIATION GUIDE
Britt Boehm...........................................Bame
Amy Santoriello...................San-tor-ee-el-oh
Amanda Schutte...............................Shoot-ah
Ani Shekerjian.....................Shuh-kur-zhian



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  Game Notes

Michigan when…                             W   L   Pct.                    Drawing Even
Home                                       0   0   0.000   After winning just 9 of 21 draws to open the season
Away                                       0   0   0.000   against UCLA, Michigan has found its draw specialist
Neutral                                    0   4   0.000   in freshman Sam Zetlin. Since the opener, Michigan has
Score 10 or more goals                     0   0   0.000   won 31 of 56 draws.
Score less than 10 goals                   0   4   0.000
Opponent scores 10 or more goals           0   4   0.000              Milestones to Watch
Opponent scores less than 10 goals         0   0   0.000   Senior attacker Amy Johnson needs one assist to tie
Games decided by fewer than two goals      0   1   0.000   Alyson Gilbride (34)for second place. She is six behind
Games decided by three goals or more       0   3   0.000   Jane Friend’s program-best 39.
More shots than opponents                  0   3   0.000
Fewer shots than opponents                 0   1   0.000   Junior midfielder Britt Boehm needs three goals to match
Score first                                0   1   0.000   Jane Friend (64) for fifth-place all-time. Boehm is five
Opponent scores first                      0   3   0.000   points behind Ashley Steitz (82) who currently ranks fifth
                                                           in points.
Leading at halftime                        0   1   0.000
Trailing at halftime                       0   2   0.000   Sophomore goalie Emmy Scheidt is 13 saves behind Liz
Tied at halftime                           0   1   0.000   Mennon (139) for second-place and 14 behind Jackie Fu
                                                           (140) for the program-record.
           Freshman Phenom
Freshman attacker Sam Zetlin debuted in impressive                     Toughest Schedule
fashion during the Wolverines’ opening weekend in          According to the latest computer ratings, the Wolverines
Santa Barbara. Zetlin scored 10 goals to go with four      have played the toughest schedule in the country.
assists and eight draw-controls, leading the team in all   Michigan’s first four opponents all rank in the top-11.
three categories. Zetlin also picked up six ground-balls
which ranks third on the team.
                                                                             Opponent         Rank
                                                                           UCLA               6
   Super Sophomore Shekerjian
                                                                           Colorado           7
With five goals over the first four games, sophomore                       Cal Poly           4
attacker Ani Shekerjian needs just three more to tie                       Colorado St.       9
her scoring mark from last season. Shekerjian’s shot is
among the hardest on the team as opposing goalies are
starting to find out.                                                Computers say No. 11
                                                           Having played the toughest schedule in the country thus
           Scheidt Making Saves                            far, Michigan comes in ranked No. 11 in LAX Power’s
                                                           computer ratings.
 Sophomore goalie Emmy Scheidt continues to
 impress in goal, saving over 50-percent of shots
 against her in Santa Barbara. That percentage is                Respect from the Coaches
 even more impressive considering the strength
 of Michigan’s opponents in the Santa Barbara              Michigan debuted at No. 12 in the first U.S. Lacrosse
 Shootout.                                                 Coaches’ Poll, receiving 179 votes. The only other team
                                                           in the top-25 without a victory is No. 25 Auburn (0-2).



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                   LOCAL TALENT                                       TRIFECTA FOR THE TRIO
Michigan’s roster includes 14 players who hail from the       This past June, Michigan’s coaching trio of Jen
state of Michigan.                                            Dunbar, Ginny Hughes and Kasey Hughes led
      Player          Hometown             High School        Birmingham United to its third-consecutive state
                                                              championship, defeating Marian High School.
 Quinn Golinske    Beverly Hills        Groves
 Rachel Killian    Plymouth             Ladywood
 Mynda Krato       Grosse Pointe        Grosse Pointe South                  CHART TOPPER
 Amelia Maturo     Ann Arbor            Greenhills            With every goal she scores or assists on, senior attacker
 Alaina Mezwa      Rochester Hills      Sacred Heart          Amy Johnson breaks her own record for career goals
 Melissa Oddo      Grosse Pointe Park   Grosse Pointe South   and points. Entering today’s game, Johnson has
                                                              amassed 130 goals and 163 points over her three-year
 Maddie Palmer     Bloomfield           Seaholm
                                                              career.
 Jane Petoskey     Ann Arbor            Pioneer
 Ifat Ribon        Ann Arbor            Huron
 Emmy Scheidt      Birmingham           Seaholm                          CAREER GOALS SCORED
 Ani Shekerjian    Bloomfield Hills     Detroit Country Day     Rk. Player             Goals          Years
 Jess Stanley      Bloomfield Hills     Marian                  1    Amy Johnson       130            2007-
 Sam Staroba       Grand Blanc          Grand Blanc             2    Alyson Gilbride 97               2002-05
 Rachel Stattler   Bloomfield Hills     Sacred Heart            3    Noelle Frazier    66             2004-07
                                                                4    Ashley Steitz     65             2005-08
                   WINNING WAYS
                                                                5    Jane Friend       64             2004-06
The Wolverines’ players and coaches combine for 31 state        6    Britt Boehm       61             2008-
championships with Jen Dunbar, Ginny Hughes, Kasey
                                                                7    Rachel Lary       54             2006-09
Hughes, Alaina Mezwa and Rachel Stattler leading the
group with three each.                                          8    Alexis Pavle      53             2006-09
                                                                9    Danielle Zrwin 51                2003-05
     Name           Titles           High School                10 Jess Stanley        49             2008-
Jen Dunbar          3        Birmingham United (Mich.)         Active players are bolded
Ginny Hughes        3        Birmingham United (Mich.)
Kasey Hughes        3        Birmingham United (Mich.)                        CAREER POINTS
Alaina Mezwa        3        Sacred Heart (Mich.)               Rk. Player             Points         Years
Rachel Stattler     3        Sacred Heart (Mich.)               1    Amy Johnson       163            2007-
Quinn Golinske      2        Birmingham United (Mich.)          2    Alyson Gilbride 131              2002-05
Mynda Krato         2        Grosse Pointe South (Mich.)        3    Jane Friend       103            2004-06
Melissa Oddo        2        Grosse Pointe South (Mich.)        4    Noelle Frazier    89             2004-07
Maddie Palmer       2        Birmingham United (Mich.)          5    Ashley Steitz     82             2005-08
Emmy Scheidt        2        Birmingham United (Mich.)          6    Britt Boehm       77             2008-
Sam Zetlin          2        Framingham (Mass.)                 7    Alexis Pavle      72             2006-09
Lexi Fader          1        McDonogh (Md.)                     8    Maggie Preketes 66               2006-09
Kelsey Martin       1        Radnor (Pa.)                       9    Rachel Lary       64             2006-09
Holly Roberts       1        New Trier (Ill.)                   10 Jess Stanley        57             2008-
Amanda Schutte      1        La Costa Canyon (Calif.)          Active players are bolded



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               HELPING HAND                                                GROWTH SPURT

Senior attacker Amy Johnson’s 33 career assists ranks        With the additions of sophomore Maddie Palmer
third all-time. The senior attacker needs six more helpers   (5’10) and freshman Jane Petoskey (6’1) the Michigan
to tie Jane Friend’s program record of 39, and she is just   attack now boasts four players who are 5’10 or taller.
one assist behind Alyson Gilbride for second place.          Joining Palmer and Petoskey are junior Rachel Killian
                                                             (5’10) and senior Amy Johnson (5’10).

                GOOD IN GOAL
                                                                      Strength of Schedule
Sophomore goalie Emmy Scheidt is well on pace to
shatter the school record for saves after turning away       The Wolverines will play against ten teams which rank
180 shots in her rookie season and 46 through the first      in the WDIA top-20 this season: #1 Virginia Tech, #3
four games of 2010. Scheidt needs just 14 saves this         Colorado, #4 Santa Clara, #7 Cal Poly, #8 Colorado
year to match Jackie Fu’s 240 career saves.                  St., #9 Lindenwood, #10 UCLA, #15 Michigan St.,
                                                             #18 Minnesota and #19 Pittsburgh.
         CLIMBING THE LADDER
                                                             Coach Dunbar on the schedule: “Every year we try
Junior midfielder Britt Boehm continues to move up           to schedule the best teams in the country to challenge
the statistical charts as she currently ranks in the top-    ourselves throughout the season. The good teams bring
ten in goals, points, assists, draw-controls and ground-     out the best in us. If we truly hope to be the best, we
balls.                                                       have to play against the best in the country.”
              Statistic     Boehm      Rank
           Goals            61        6th                                      ROAD TRIP
           Assists          16        9th
                                                             Michigan’s trip to Santa Barbara marked the first of two
           Points           77        6th
                                                             scheduled weekend tournaments that the Wolverines
           Draw-Controls    34        7th                    will participate in this season. Michigan will play in
           Ground-Balls     57        6th                    the Lindenwood Invitational April 9-11 where they
                                                             will take on several of the elite clubs in the country
             DON’T TEST DYNER                                including defending WDIA Champion and current
                                                             No.1 ranked Virginia Tech.
Senior midfielder Arielle Dyner is Michigan’s all-time
leader in passes intercepted. After picking off six as a        SANTA BARBARA SHOOTOUT
sophomore in her rookie season, Dyner came up with
three more takeaways last season.                            Over the three-day tournament, 95 games were played
                                                             by 48 teams that traveled to Santa Barbara for the 22nd
                                                             annual Santa Barbara Shootout.
              FAMILIAR FACES
 Several Wolverines were teammates even before               Fifteen of the top WDIA top-21 played in the tournament
 donning the Maize & Blue. The trio of Quinn Golinske,       including 9 of the top 10.
 Emmy Scheidt and Maddie Palmer played four years
 together under the coaching of Jen Dunbar, Ginny                          CLUB CAPTAINS
 Hughes and Kasey Hughes at Birmingham United.
 Mynda Krato and Melissa Oddo spent four years               Michigan will have tri-captains for the 2010 season
 together at Grosse Pointe South High School while           including seniors Arielle Dyner and Amy Santoriello
 Rachel Stattler and Alaina Mezwa played three years         along with junior Britt Boehm.
 together at Sacred Heart High School.


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      WOLVERINES HOLD CLINIC
Prior to its exhibition game against Adrian, Michigan
held its eighth annual clinic at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse.
Over 80 participants, ranging from middle school to
high school levels packed Oosterbaan and were led
through a series of different skill stations by the team.

         PRESEASON FAVORITES
LAX Magazine has tabbed Michigan as the preseason
favorites in the WCLL Division I North, edging
intrastate rivals Michigan State. Michigan will face all
of its Division I North opponents at home this year with
the exception a trip to East Lansing where it will take
on Michigan State.

     2009 STATISTICAL LEADERS
                                                                Sophomore defender/midfielder Quinn Golinske
                                                                defends UCLA’s Sarah Strouk in last year’s 8-7
      Category         Player             Statistic             victory at the Santa Barbara Shootout.
      Goals            Amy Johnson        59
      Assists          Britt Boehm        15                                  WCLL NORTH
      Points           Amy Johnson        68
      Interceptions Kelsey Martin         8                          Team              Overall    Pct.   Conf.     Pct.
      Ground-Balls Julie Baskind          42                John Carroll               0-0       0.000   0-0     0.000
      Draw-Controls Rachel Lary           25                Michigan State             0-0       0.000   0-0     0.000
      Shots            Amy Johnson        91                University of Michigan     0-4       0.000   0-0     0.000
      Turnovers        Julie Baskind      14                University of Toledo       0-0       0.000   0-0     0.000
     Active players in BOLD                                 Western Michigan           0-0       0.000   0-0     0.000

      GET SOCIAL WITH UM LAX
                                                                         COACH’S CORNER
             Stay up to date with Michigan Lacrosse            “We keep telling the team we have to get better
             by signing up to follow the team on               and better every time we step on the field.
             Twitter (www.twitter.com/UMLAX) and               Unfortunately starting our schedule as we are
             on Facebook (search Michigan Women’s              leaves little room for fighting the learning curve
             Lacrosse). The team also                          early in the season. We go out there and face
distributes a monthly newsletter which you                     great competition right away. We have to go out
can receive by signing up on our website                       very strong as well as get better with each half
(www.umich.edu/~womenlax).                                     we play. Its a tough goal, but it is the best way to
                                                               start the season and see what we’re made of.”
                     NEXT UP                                   -Michigan Head Coach Jen Dunbar
After today’s games, the Wolverines will take on John
Carroll March 14 in a WCLL league game at Oosterbaan
Fieldhouse. The game time has yet to be announced.



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                           2010 Game-by-Game Statistics
Date       Opponent              DC          G           S          %             A         GB          TO          INT         OS          GA          W/L
2/12       UCLA                  7           9           25         0.360         2         20          3           11          22          12          L
2/13       Colorado              12          9           15         0.600         3         11          4           2           25          10          L
2/13       Cal Poly              7           7           24         0.292         3         16          2           3           22          11          L
2/14       Colorado St.          8           8           17         0.471         3         14          2           1           22          12          L

 DC: Draw-controls; G: Goals; S: Shots; %: Shooting Percentage; A: Assists; GB: Ground-Balls;
 TO: Forced Turnovers; INT: Interceptions; OS: Opponent Shots; GA: Goals Allowed; W/L: Win/Loss




                                                  2010 Superlatives
                                                                              Team

Goals......................................................................................................................9, twice, last at Colorado (2/12)
Assists............................................................................................................3, 3 times, last at Colorado St. (2/14)
Draw-Controls........................................................................................................................12 at Colorado (2/13)
Ground-Balls..............................................................................................................................20 at UCLA (2/12)
Forced Turnovers.....................................................................................................................4 at Colorado (2/13)
Interceptions.................................................................................................................................4 at UCLA (2/12)
Committed Turnovers.......................................................................................................17 at Colorado St. (2/14)
Saves.......................................................................................................................................15 at Cal Poly (2/13)
Opponent Shots (low)..................................................................................22, 3 times, last at Colorado St. (2/14)
Goals Allowed (low)..............................................................................................................10 at Colorado (2/13)
Winning Streak.......................................................................................................................................................0
Losing Streak.................................................................................................................................4, (2/12-Present)
                                                                         Individual

Goals..............................................................................................................3, Zetlin, Johnson at Colorado (2/13)
Assists..........................................................................2, Zetlin, Zetlin at Colorado (2/13), at Colorado St. (2/14)
Draw-Controls..............................................................................................................4, Zetlin at Colorado (2/13)
Ground-Balls..........................................................................................................4, Dyner at Colorado St. (2/14)
Forced Turnovers........................................................................................................2, Boehm at Colorado (2/13)
Interceptions..................................................................2, Shekerjian, Martin at UCLA (2/12), at Cal Poly (2/13)
Committed Turnovers.......................................................................................................17 at Colorado St. (2/14)
Saves.........................................................................................................................15, Scheidt at Cal Poly (2/13)




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Statistical Leaders

        Goals                      Draw-Control                         U.S Lacrosse
                                                                        Coaches Poll
Rk.      Player       Goals       Rk.      Player           DC
1     Zetlin        10                                            Rk. Team               W-L Votes
                                  1     Zetlin         8
                                                                                             (first)
2     Johnson       6             2     Johnson        4
                                                                  1    UCSB              6-0 317 (10)
3     Shekerjian    5             3     Stattler       3
                                                                  2    Santa Clara       6-0 298 (1)
4     Killian       4             4t    Killian        2
                                                                  3    Lindenwood        3-1 294
5t    Boehm         2             4t    Shekerjian     2
                                                                  4    UC Davis          6-0 293 (2)
5t    Dyner         2             4t    Golinske       2
                                                                  5    UCLA              3-1 268
                                  4t    Martin         2
                                                                  6    Cal Poly          4-1 257
                                                                  7    Colorado          3-1 254
       Assists                                                    8    Florida           5-2 249
Rk.      Player         Assists
                                   Ground-Balls                   9    Colorado State    2-3 216
1     Zetlin        4             Rk.      Player           GB    10   Brigham Young     3-4 207
2t    Johnson       1             1     Killian        10         11   Georgia           3-3 183
2t    Killian       1             2     Dyner          7          12   Michigan          0-4 179
2t    Boehm         1             3     Zetlin         6          13   Texas             2-3 165
2t    Dyner         1             4t    Shekerjian     5          14   Pittsburgh        2-3 153
2t    Stanley       1             4t    Mezwa          5          15   Central Florida   3-0 138
2t    Stattler      1             6t    Martin         4          16   Oregon            1-2 124
2t    Santoriello   1             6t    Staroba        4          17   Arizona State     3-3 122
                                                                  18   USC               3-3 81
                                                                  19   Northeastern      2-2 77
       Points                     Forced Turnovers                20   Miami (FL)        2-2 68
                                                                  20   Texas A&M         1-1 68
Rk.      Player       Points      Rk.      Player           TO
                                                                  22   Wisconsin         1-2 64
1     Zetlin        14            1     Boehm          3
                                                                  23   Baylor            3-0 47
2     Johnson       7             2     Dyner          2
                                                                  24   Chico State       1-4 33
3t    Killian       5             2t    Stattler       2
                                                                  25   Auburn            0-2 27
3t    Shekerjian    5             4t    Shekerjian     1
5t    Boehm         3             4t    Martin         1
5t    Dyner         3             4t    Sullivan       1
                                  4t    Killian        1


Interceptions
Rk.      Player          INT
1t    Shekerjian    3
1t    Martin        3
3     Staroba       2
4t    Sullivan      1
4t    Jacobson      1
                                                                 Michigan gets ready to take on Colorado
                                              Page 8             at the season-opening UCSB Shootout.
Game Summaries
                 Game #1                                                            Game #2
                  #5 Michigan 9                                                     #5 Michigan 9
                  #10 UCLA 12                                                      #3 Colorado 10
Player      DC G         S %        A         GB TO INT PT         Player      DC G        S %        A        GB TO INT PT
Boehm       0 1          4 0.250 0            1 1 0 1              Boehm       0 0         1 0.000 1           2 2 0 1
Dyner       0 0          1 0.000 1            2 1 0 1              Dyner       0 1         1 1.000 0           1 0 0 1
Fader       0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Fader       0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Felber      0 0          0 0.000 0            1 0 0 0              Felber      0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Gadra       0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Gadra       0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Golinske 0 0             0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Golinske 0 0            0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Jacobson 0 0             0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Jacobson 0 1            1 1.000 0           0 0 1 1
Johnson     0 1          2 0.500 0            1 0 0 1              Johnson     1 3         4 0.750 0           0 0 0 3
Kempner 0 0              0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Kempner 0 0             0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Killian     0 2          3 0.667 1            3 0 0 3              Killian     1 0         1 0.000 0           3 1 0 0
Martin      0 0          0 0.000 0            1 0 1 0              Martin      1 0         0 0.000 0           2 1 0 0
Maturo      0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Maturo      0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Mezwa       0 0          2 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Mezwa       0 0         0 0.000 0           1 0 0 0
Oddo        0 0          0 0.000 0            1 0 0 0              Oddo        1 0         0 0.000 0           1 0 0 0
Palmer      1 0          0 0.000 0            1 0 0 0              Palmer      0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Petoskey 0 0             0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Petoskey 0 0            0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Ribon       0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Ribon       0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Roberts     0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Roberts     0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Santoriello 0 0          1 0.000 0            3 0 0 0              Santoriello 0 0         1 0.000 1           0 0 0 1
Schutte     0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Schutte     0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Shekerjian 2 2           5 0.400 0            2 0 2 2              Shekerjian 0 1          1 1.000 0           0 0 0 1
Stanley     0 0          2 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Stanley     1 0         1 0.000 1           1 0 0 1
Staroba     0 0          0 0.000 0            1 0 0 0              Staroba     0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 1 0
Stattler    0 1          1 1.000 0            1 1 0 1              Stattler    1 0         1 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Sullivan    0 0          0 0.000 0            0 0 1 0              Sullivan    0 0         0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Weinberg 0 0             0 0.000 0            0 0 0 0              Weinberg 0 0            0 0.000 0           0 0 0 0
Zetlin      2 2          4 0.500 0            2 0 0 2              Zetlin      4 3         3 1.000 0           0 0 0 3
Team        7 9          25 0.360 2           20 3 4 11            Team        12 9        15 0.600 3          11 4 2 12
Goalies      Shots        Goals Saves         Save % GP            Goalies      Shots       Goals Saves        Save % GP
Handelsman 0              0      0            0.000 0              Handelsman 0             0      0           0.000 0
Krato        0            0      0            0.000 0              Krato        0           0      0           0.000 0
Scheidt      22           12     10           0.455 1              Scheidt      25          10     15          0.600 1
Team         22           12     10           0.455                Team         25          10     15          0.600
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Playing in its season opener,              SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – It was a tale of two halves
#5 Michigan (0-1) dropped a 12-9 decision to #10 UCLA              as #5 Michigan (0-2) fell to #3 Colorado (2-0) 10-9 in its
(1-0). UCLA dominated the draw and took advantage                  first of two games on the day. The Wolverines dominated
of Michigan’s miscues to pull off the upset. The Bruins            the opening period on their way to an 8-3 halftime lead.
won 16 of 23 draws and made the most of their offensive            Michigan looked crisp and focused from the opening draw.
opportunities as they unleashed 22 shots on goal. UCLA             Senior Amy Johnson put Michigan on the board with her
rattled off four-straight goals, opening up a 10-6 lead to start   first of three goals just 0:50 into the contest. Colorado
the second stanza. Michigan answered with a three-goal run         started its scoring on three consecutive free-position goals to
of its own to get within a goal but UCLA scored twice and          pull within two goals at 5-3. The Buffalo made advantage of
controlled the ball over the final five minutes of the game        their eight-meter opportunities converting all three chances
to earn the victory. Junior Rachel Killian, sophomore Ani          in the first half. With Michigan ahead 9-3, Colorado started a
Shekerjian and freshman Sam Zetlin all scored two goals            7-0 run, capitalizing on Michigan’s turnovers and fouls. The
to lead the Wolverines.                                            Buffalo scored on four of their seven free-positions in the
                                                                   second half with a total of seven of their ten goals coming
                                                                   off Wolverine fouls. Freshman Sam Zetlin recorded her first
                                                                   career hat-trick to tie Johnson with a team-high three goals .

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Game Summaries
                Game #3                                                          Game #4
                 #5 Michigan 7                                                 #5 Michigan 8
                 #7 Cal Poly 11                                             #12 Colorado St. 12
Player      DC G        S %        A       GB TO INT PT         Player      DC G        S %        A       GB TO INT PT
Boehm       0 1         4 0.250 0          0 0 0 1              Boehm       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Dyner       0 0         1 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Dyner       1 1         1 1.000 0          4 1 0 1
Fader       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Fader       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Felber      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Felber      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Gadra       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Gadra       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Golinske 1 0            0 0.000 0          2 0 0 0              Golinske 1 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Jacobson 0 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Jacobson 0 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Johnson     2 0         1 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Johnson     1 2         3 0.667 1          0 0 0 3
Kempner 0 0             0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Kempner 0 0             0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Killian     1 2         2 1.000 0          2 0 0 2              Killian     0 0         0 0.000 0          2 0 0 0
Martin      1 0         1 0.000 0          1 0 2 0              Martin      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Maturo      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Maturo      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Mezwa       0 1         2 0.500 0          2 0 0 1              Mezwa       0 0         1 0.000 0          2 0 0 0
Oddo        0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Oddo        0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Palmer      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Palmer      0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Petoskey 0 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Petoskey 0 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Ribon       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Ribon       0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Roberts     0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Roberts     0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Santoriello 0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Santoriello 0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Schutte     0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Schutte     0 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Shekerjian 0 1          5 0.200 0          2 1 0 1              Shekerjian 0 1          5 0.200 0          1 0 1 1
Stanley     0 0         3 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Stanley     0 1         1 1.000 0          1 0 0 1
Staroba     0 0         0 0.000 0          2 0 1 0              Staroba     1 0         0 0.000 0          1 0 0 0
Stattler    0 0         1 0.000 1          2 1 0 1              Stattler    2 0         0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Sullivan    0 0         0 0.000 0          1 0 0 0              Sullivan    0 0         0 0.000 0          1 1 0 0
Weinberg 0 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0              Weinberg 0 0            0 0.000 0          0 0 0 0
Zetlin      1 2         4 0.500 2          2 0 0 4              Zetlin      1 3         6 0.500 2          2 0 0 5
Team        7 7         24 0.292 3         16 2 3 10            Team        8 8         17 0.471 3         14 2 1 11
Goalies      Shots       Goals Saves       Save % GP            Goalies      Shots       Goals Saves       Save % GP
Handelsman 0             0      0          0.000 0              Handelsman 0             0      0          0.000 0
Krato        0           0      0          0.000 0              Krato        0           0      0          0.000 0
Scheidt      22          11     11         0.500 1              Scheidt      22          12     10         0.455 1
Team         22          11     11         0.500                Team         22          12     10         0.455
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Cal Poly (2-1) jumped out               SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Colorado St. jumped ahead
to a big lead off an early 7-0 run and managed to hold off      early and withstood Michigan’s second-half comeback to
Michigan’s (0-3) second-half rally to defeat the Wolverines     come away with a 12-8 victory. CSU scored the game’s first
11-7. The Mustangs scored the game’s first seven goals          four goals before junior Amy Johnson scored on a one-timer
before junior tri-captain Britt Boehm scored off a feed from    from freshman Sam Zetlin. The Wolverines were dealt a
freshman Sam Zetlin. Junior Rachel Killian then notched         blow when junior tri-captain Britt Boehm was kicked out of
back-to-back goals, the second off an assist from freshman      the game after collecting her second yellow card. The Rams
Rachel Stattler to cut the deficit to 7-3. Cal Poly would add   then scored three goals in the final 0:49 of the first half to
one more goal before the half to take an 8-3 lead into the      take a 7-1 lead. Michigan started the second half with back-
break. The Wolverines showed their heart, putting together a    to-back goals to get within 7-3. After a CSU goal, Michigan
strong second half. Freshman Emmy Scheidt kept Michigan         rattled off another pair of scores. First Jess Stanley scored
in the game, turning away several point-blank shots and only    on a bounce shot and then Zetlin picked up her first of three
allowing one goal on six free-position chances for Cal Poly.    goals for the game on a free-position. CSU responded with
Zetlin and Killian both scored twice to lead the team.          another marker to make the score 9-5. Zetlin scored two-
                                                                straight goals to complete the hat-trick. Two goals would be
                                                                as close as the Wolverines could get as the Rams picked up
                                                                goals 10 and 11 to put the game out of reach.

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                 Michigan Wolverines



   Britt Boehm        Arielle Dyner          Lexi Fader           Ashley Felber
         #5                 #17                   #18                  #10
       Junior              Senior              Freshman              Junior
     Midfield             Defense               Attack               Attack
Sports Management   Sports Management     Sports Management        Economics




  Claire Gadra       Quinn Golinske       Hillary Handelsman     Jamee Jacobson
       #15                 #2                      #4                  #14
    Freshman           Sophomore                Freshman            Freshman
     Defense        Defense/Midfield             Goalie              Defense
   Undecided        Movement Science     Screenwriting & Comm.     Undecided




  Amy Johnson       Delaney Kempner         Rachel Killian        Mynda Krato
      #29                    #6                 #23                   #25
     Senior            Sophomore               Junior              Sophomore
     Attack               Attack               Attack                Goalie
    Business         Political Science     Movement Science         Nursing




   Kelsey Martin     Amelia Maturo          Alaina Mezwa          Melissa Oddo
        #13               #8                     #7                    #20
    Sophomore           Senior               Sophomore             Sophomore
      Defense          Defense                 Midfield             Defense
    Psychology         German              Movement Science         Pre-med       Page 11
                  Michigan Wolverines



  Maddie Palmer            Jane Petoskey              Ifat Ribon            Holly Roberts
      #27                       #31                        #9                    #28
   Sophomore                 Freshman                 Sophomore              Freshman
     Attack                   Attack                    Attack                Defense
    Pre-med                  Undecided                 Business              Undecided




 Amy Santoriello           Emmy Scheidt           Amanda Schutte           Ani Shekerjian
      #17                      #11                         #1                     #24
     Senior                 Sophomore                    Junior              Sophomore
    Midfield                  Goalie                    Attack                  Attack
   Psychology                Business             Sports Management       Sports Management




   Jess Stnaley          Samantha Staroba           Rachel Stattler        Maddie Sullivan
        #3                       #19                     #26                    #22
                             Sophomore                Freshman
      Junior                                                                 Freshman
                              Defense
     Midfield             Political Science            Midfield               Defense
   Psychology           Peace & Social Justice   Biomedical Engineering      Undecided




  Jenna Weinberg          Samantha Zetlin            Steve Sylvia
         #21                    #30
     Sophomore               Freshman            Team Manager/Trainer
      Defense                 Attack                  Freshman
International Studies       Undecided             Movement Science                            Page 12
Toledo Rockets
               (0-0)

  No.         Name        Yr. Pos.
  1    Christie Smith     Jr  A
  2    Kellie Andrews     So A
  3    Maggie Reynolds    So D
  4    Alexa Elliott      So M
  5    Emily White        Fr A
  7    Morgan Plumbo      Fr M
  8    Jessie Liber       Fr M
  9    Amanda Knight      Sr A
  10 Jenny Cross          Jr  D
  11 Amber Josefczyk      Fr A
  13 Monica Bentley       Jr  D
  17 Kaitie Miller        Sr M
  19 Jessa Karabin        So D
  21 Kaci Conley          So A/M
  22 Kayla Plaunt         Fr A
 23 Allyson Bailey        Jr  D
 25 Kandice Perrt         Sr M
 32 Chardonnay Starr      Fr G
 Head Coach: Chris Carter
 Assistant Coach: Amy Komisarek
 Captain: Katie Miller




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               Michigan Statistics
                                            (0-4, 0-0)
Player               Pts      Goals    Shots    %        Assists   DC   GB    TO      INT
Sam Zetlin           14       10       17       0.588    4         8    6     0       0
Amy Johnson          7        6        10       0.600    1         4    1     0       0
Ani Shekerjian       5        5        16       0.313    0         2    5     1       3
Rachel Killian       5        4        6        0.667    1         2    10    1       0
Arielle Dyner        3        2        4        0.500    1         1    7     2       0
Britt Boehm          3        2        9        0.222    1         0    3     3       0
Jess Stanley         2        1        7        0.143    1         1    2     0       0
Rachel Stattler      2        1        3        0.333    1         3    3     2       0
Alaina Mezwa         1        1        5        0.200    0         0    5     0       0
Amy Santoriello      1        0        2        0.000    1         0    3     0       0
Jamee Jacobson       1        1        1        1.000    0         0    0     0       1
Amanda Schutte       0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Amelia Maturo        0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Ashley Felber        0        0        0        0.000    0         0    1     0       0
Claire Gadra         0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Delaney Kempner      0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Holly Roberts        0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Ifat Ribon           0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Jane Petoskey        0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Jenna Weinberg       0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Kelsey Martin        0        0        1        0.000    0         2    4     1       3
Lexi Fader           0        0        0        0.000    0         0    0     0       0
Maddie Palmer        0        0        0        0.000    0         1    1     0       0
Maddie Sullivan      0        0        0        0.000    0         0    2     1       1
Melissa Oddo         0        0        0        0.000    0         1    2     0       0
Quinn Golinske       0        0        0        0.000    0         2    2     0       0
Sam Staroba          0        0        0        0.000    0         1    4     0       2
Team                 44       33       81       0.407    11        28   61    11      10
Pts: Points; %: Shooting Percentage; DC: Draw-Controls; GB: Ground-Balls; TO: Forced Turnovers;
INT: Interceptions

Goalies                    Shots   Goals   SV   SV%      GP    GPG
Hillary Handelsman         0       0       0    0.000    0     0.0
Mynda Krato                0       0       0    0.000    0     0.0
Emmy Scheidt               91      45      46   0.505    4     11.3
Team                       91      45      46   0.505    4     11.3
SV: Saves; SV%: Save Percentage; GP: Games Played;
GPG: Goals Allowed per Game




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