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					  Guide Contents
2004 Quick Facts ............................... 2         2003 Season Results .........................19
2004 Numerical Roster....................... 3             2003 Statistics ..................................20
2004 Season Preview .......................4-5             Award Winners.................................21
                                                           CCAA Recap.....................................22
COACH PROFILES                                             Big West Conference Recap ..............23
MaryClaire Robinson .......................... 6
Rozanne DeWeese, Mark Torguson ..... 7                     Team Records ...................................24
                                                           Individual Team Records ..................25
PLAYER PROFILES
Aja, Albrecht, Cobb ............................ 8         CAMPUS SECTION
Croze, Daws, Fong ............................. 9          This is UC Davis ...............................i-ii
Green, Guzinski, Kasch ....................10              Student-Athlete Guidance Services .... iii
Kocer, Kuteira ..................................11        Athletic Training ................................ iv
La Vallee, Lizak.................................12        Facilities Overview ......................... v-vi
McAllister, Mayers ............................13          Transition to Division I ..................... vii
Ngoon, Patterson ..............................14
Rauschnot, Raymond .......................15
Shesgreen, Smith, Snyder ................. 16
Steen, Stein, Tuttle ............................17
Wall .................................................18


  AGGIE FIELD - HOME OF UC DAVIS SOCCER
       One of the finest playing surfaces
  in Northern California, Aggie Field
  has been the home to the UC Davis
  men’s and women’s soccer teams
  since 1985. Built with primarily
  volunteer time materials, Aggie Field
  is a product of the community’s dedi-
  cation to the sport of soccer.
       The stadium bleachers, which
  have a capacity of 1,200 spectators,
  are the result of a 10-year project that
  reached completion in 1997. There
  are 65 nameplates affixed to the seat
  backs to recognize major stadium
  contributors. Additionally, an electronic scoreboard and high-fidelity sound system has
  been added to the facility.
       Furthermore, new restrooms and concessions were added to the baseball/soccer com-
  plex during the 2001-02 year.
       Aggie Field was among those facilities invited to submit invitations to become practice
  facilities for the 1994 World Cup.



2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                                 1
  2004 Quick Facts
School........................................................... University of California, Davis (UC Davis)
Address ....................................................... One Shields Avenue / Davis, CA 95616
Established/Founded ................................. 1905/1908
Enrollment ................................................... 30,229
Nickname ..................................................... Aggies
Colors ........................................................... Yale Blue & Gold
National Affiliation..................................... NCAA Division II (Reclassifying to D-I)
Conference ................................................... Independent (joining Big West Conference in 2007-08)
Home Field................................................... Aggie Field (1,000)

Chancellor .................................................... Dr. Larry Vanderhoef (Wisc. Milwaukee ’64)
Director of Athletics ................................... Greg Warzecka (UC Berkeley ’73)
Senior Associate A.D.................................. Pam Gill-Fisher (UC Davis ’71)
Associate A.D.s
  External Affairs .............................................. Larry Swanson (Oregon State ’65)
  Business & Game Mgmt. ................................ Bob Bullis (Northern Iowa ’71)
  Intramurals & Sports Clubs. ............................. Gary Colberg (Minnesota ‘64)
Assistant A.D.s
  Media Relations............................................. Mike Robles (Cal Poly ’88)
  Football Operations ........................................ Mitch Campbell (UC Davis ‘87)
  Marketing & Promotions ................................. Scott Brayton (UC Davis ‘94)
  Compliance ................................................... Jennifer Cardone (Adelph ‘90)
  Development................................................. Mike Angius (UC Davis ‘77)
Faculty Athletic Rep. .................................. Dr. Mel Ramey (Penn State ’60)
Head Athletic Trainer ................................. Jeff Hogan (UC Davis ’81)

Head Coach.................................................. MaryClaire Robinson (Colorado College ‘90)
Email ............................................................ mkrobinson@ucdavis.edu
Career & UC Davis Record ........................ 128-81-15 (12 years)
Coach’s Office ............................................. 333 Hickey Gym, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616
Office Phone................................................ 530/752-0735

Assistant Coach .......................................... Rozanne DeWeese (Cal St. San Bernardino ‘97)
...................................................................... Mark Torguson (Metro State ‘98)
Office Phone................................................ 530/754-8117

Media Relations Director .......................... Bill Stevens (Washington State ‘87)
Email ........................................................... wsstevens@ucdavis.edu
Media Relations Phone ............................. 530/752-3505 (primary), 752-2663 (direct)
Media Relations FAX ................................. (530) 754-5674
Aggie Sports Hotline ................................. (530) 752-1700
Aggies on the Web .................................... http://www.ucdavisaggies.com

2003 Record .............................................. 9-9-1, 7-7-0 in CCAA (T3rd in North Division)
2003 Postseason ...................................... not eligible
Letterwinners Ret./Lost .......................... 15/4
Starters Ret./Lost .................................... 10/1

2                                                                           2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 2004 Roster
No.   Player                  Pos     Ht.     Yr.    Hometown               Schools                       Major
00    Megan DAWS              GK      5-9     Fr.    Orinda, CA             Miramonte HS ’04              Human Development
1     Krystyn LIZAK**         GK      5-7     Jr.    Belmont, CA            Carlmont HS ’02               Exercise Biology
2     Megan WALL              F/MF    5-5     Fr.    Davis, CA              Davis HS ’04                  Undeclared
3     Leifa MAYERS***         F       5-6     Sr.    Berkeley, CA           Albany HS ’00                 Human Devel./Pyschology
4     Alison GREEN**          F       5-2     Jr.    Piedmont, CA           Piedmont HS ’02               Communication
5     Tristan NGOON***        MF      5-3     Sr.    Palo Alto, CA          Gunn HS ’00                   History
6     Kaylie STEIN            F       5-7     Fr.    Mission Viejo, CA      Capistrano HS ’04             Undeclared
7     Arlene TUTTLE*          F       5-8     Sr.    Santa Rosa, CA         Univ. of Oregon               American Studies
                                                                              /Maria Carrillo HS ’01
8     Kristin AJA**           MF      5-7     Jr.    Modesto, CA            Grace M. Davis HS ’02         Exercise Biology
9     Lindsey RAYMOND**       F       5-8     Jr.    Sacramento, CA         Bella Vista HS ’02            Economics/Int. Relations
10    Magdalena GUZINSKI*     F       5-8     So.    Palo Alto, CA          Gunn HS ’03                   Exploratory
11    Sita KUTEIRA**          MF      5-8     Jr.    Arcata, CA             Arcata HS ’02                 Nutrition Science/Spanish
12    Annie McALLISTER        F       5-2     Fr.    Saratoga, CA           Saratoga HS ’04               Communication
13    Erin FONG*              D       5-6     So.    Carmichael, CA         Rio Americano HS ’03          Electrical Engineering
14    Christen RAUSCHNOT**    D       5-6     Jr.    Morgan Hill, CA        Live Oak HS ’02               Biological Sciences
15    Jacque KOCER**          D       5-5     Sr.    Albuquerque, NM        Univ. of Nevada               Int. Relations/Spanish
                                                                              /El Dorado HS ’01
16    Katie SHESGREEN**       D      5-10     Sr.    Lafayette, CA          Villanova/Carondelet HS ’01   International Relations
17    Jenna KASCH             F/MF    5-3     Fr.    Simi Valley, CA        Simi Valley HS ’03            Undeclared
18    Kristin PATTERSON***    D/F     5-6     Sr.    Twin Falls, ID         Twin Falls HS ’00             Biological Sciences
19    Roxanne CROZE*          MF      5-6     So.    Lafayette, CA          Acalanes HS ’03               American Studies
20    Melissa ALBRECHT*       D       5-6     So.    Torrance, CA           South Torrance HS ’03         Exercise Biology
21    Lisa LA VALLEE          F       5-9     So.    Walnut Creek, CA       Sacramento State              Clinical Nutrition
                                                                              /Las Lomas HS ’03
22    Katie SNYDER*           D       5-6     So.    San Diego, CA          University City HS ’03        Biological Sciences

REDSHIRTS
No. Player                    Pos     Ht.     Yr.    Hometown               Schools                       Major
24 Lacey COBB                 F       5-3     Fr.    Fresno, CA             Santa Catalina HS ’04         Exploratory
25 Becky STEEN                F       5-6     Fr.    Las Flores, CA         Tesoro HS ’04                 Exploratory
26 McKenzie SMITH             D       5-6     Fr.    Bonita, CA             Helix Charter HS ’04          Exploratory

      MaryClaire ROBINSON     Head Coach, 13th Year (Colorado College ‘90)
      Rozanne DeWEESE         Assistant Coach, 1st Year (Cal St. San Bernardino ‘97)
      Mark TORGUSON           Assistant Coach, 3rd Year (Metro State ‘98)



PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
 Kristin AJA                 like “aha”                               Lisa LA VALLEE                like “valley”
 Roxanne CROZE               rhymes with “doze”                       LEIFA Mayers                  “LEE-fah”
 MAGDALENA GUZINSKI          “MAG-dah-LAY-nah guh-ZIN-skee”           Tristan NGOON                 “NOON”
 Jacque KOCER                “KOH-sur”                                Christen RAUSCHNOT            “ROSH-nott”
 SITA KUTEIRA                “SEE-tah cuh-TAIR-uh”                    Katie SHESGREEN               “SHEZ-green”
 Kristin LIZAK               “LEE-zack”


2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                                                        3
 2004 Season Preview
Aggies Return Strong Nucleus For Challenging Year
    Two years removed from a quarterfinal         record. “That is what is so eyebrow-raising
appearance at the 2002 NCAA Division II          about this year. We have to show up every
Championships, the 2004 UC Davis wom-            game and the CCAA was a great practice
en’s soccer team embarks on another jour-        ground for that. It’s very exciting and a bit of
ney, this time into the world of Division I.     a love-hate relationship with the schedule.
    The 2004 season is the first in which         It’s going to be new and fresh, with different
UC Davis competes against a full Big West        teams and places to play. But it is going to be
schedule. The Aggies will become members         a battle every game.”
of the league in 2007-08. UC Davis, in the            The Aggies boast a veteran roster for the
second of a four-year transition from NCAA       2004 campaign, returning 18 letterwinners
Division II to Division I, has spent the past    from last season’s 9-9-1 squad. Included in
six seasons as a member of the California        that are 12 upperclassmen and seven seniors
Collegiate Athletic Association, arguably the    who will be charged with leading the team
toughest Division II soccer conference in the    through a tough early-season schedule. Af-
country.                                         ter opening the regular season with a home
    While the transition brings a growing        contest against Cal Poly, the Aggies have
level of skill and talent to the Aggie lineup,   their longest roadtrip of the season, playing
it also brings a more difficult schedule from     four straight games away from Aggie Field in
top to bottom, including Big West champi-        back-to-back weekends.
onships and NCAA tournament team Cal                  “The Big West teams pose many challeng-
Poly and Big West runner-up UC Santa Bar-        es for us,” said Robinson. “The athleticism
bara.                                            and speed of the conference is something we
    “This is the most consistently demanding     are not use to facing each game. While there
schedule we have ever had,” said Aggie Head      are a lot of uncertainties this season, I know
Coach MaryClaire Robinson, who begins her        we will compete and improve every game.”
13th season with a 128-84-15 (.597) career            Senior forward Leifa Mayers is the top re-
                                                                  turning scorer after register-
                                                                  ing six goals and four assists
                                                                  last season. Senior midfielder
                                                                  Tristan Ngoon, who is recov-
                                                                  ering from an injury during
                                                                  the spring, added four goals
                                                                  last season while control-
                                                                  ling play in the center of the
                                                                  field.
                                                                      The defensive unit of
                                                                  the Aggies may be one of
                                                                  its strengths, with seniors
                                                                  Jacque Kocer, Katie Shes-
                                                                  green and Kristen Patterson,
                                                                  along with junior Christen
                                                                  Rauschnot, patrolling the
                                                                  back line. Sophomores Me-
                                                                  lissa Albrecht, Erin Fong and
 Junior Krystyn Lizak                                             Katie Snyder all gained valu-

4                                                  2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 2004 Season Preview
                                                    “Once the whistle blows, we are not going
                                                to be able to make the same adjustments we
                                                have in the past as the speed of play is much
                                                faster,” Robinson continued. “Teams at this
                                                level are able to exploit our mistakes easier,
                                                which makes it imperative that we value
                                                each possession, eliminate careless mistakes,
                                                and stay within our system of play.”
                                                    Over the past two spring seasons the Ag-
                                                gies have faced many Division I opponents
                                                and know the level of play needed to com-
                                                pete on a consistent basis. Add the fact they
                                                have competed in the CCAA over the past
                                                six years, where it seems almost every game
                                                is a battle, Robinson feels the Aggies are
                                                ready to take the next step.
                                                    “I don’t know if we are used to the con-
                                                sistency of playing at this high a level, but we
                                                are to battling,” she said. “We’ll be stretched
                                                a bit, but we’ll be ready and that’s exciting.
                                                We have improved our work rate and tough-
                                                ened our mentality since last season. What
                        Senior Tristan Ngoon    we have been talking about for the past few
                                                years is finally here. Now we are going to
able experience last season, playing big min-   enjoy it and have fun.”
utes in their first season.
    Senior Arlene Tuttle and junior Lindsey
                                                 Senior Leifa Mayers
Raymond each had three goals last season
from the forward position while juniors Sita
Kuteira and Kristin Aja, and sophomore Rox-
anne Croze, return to solidify the midfield.
Freshmen Becky Steen and Megan Wall will
help out up front.
    Junior goalkeeper Krystyn Lizak returns
after a season that saw her post a 1.06 goals
against average, have 53 saves and record six
shutouts. Freshman Megan Daws will assist
in the net keeping duties.
    “We return the core of our team from last
season which will result in better leadership
and more direction,” said Robinson. “We
changed our shape last year, with the year
to understand the new roles, where we need
to be and when, I’m confident we’ll have a
great base now. A year of maturity under our
belt moves us forward with a better under-
standing of our team shape and goals.


2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                 5
 MaryClaire Robinson
 Head Coach • 13th Year

    MaryClaire Robinson enters her 13th season as head coach of
the UC Davis women’s soccer program, but in many ways the 2004
season marks the beginning of a new era for Robinson. No longer
competing against Division II opponents, the Aggies play an entirely
Division I schedule and it is Robinson who will lead them to the
Division I level and ultimately the Big West Conference.
    Last season the Aggies posted a 9-9-1 record, the first time in
eight years UC Davis did not reach double-digit victories. The
season was highlighted with back-to-back, season-ending shut-
out victories over future Division I schools Utah Valley State and
Northern Colorado.
    In 2002, the Aggies had one of the finest years in program history, winning 13 games and
reaching the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1996. During that run, UC Davis
eliminated conference rival and two-time defending NCAA-champion UC San Diego, en route
to a national quarterfinal berth. For her efforts, Robinson was named the NCAA Division II
West Region Coach of the Year for the second time in her career.
    That season Robinson also directed the Aggies to the California Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation tournament for the fourth time in the past five years, earning CCAA Coach of the
Year honors. She reached double figures in victories for the eighth straight time and the ninth
time in her 11 seasons.
    In 1996, Robinson enjoyed her winningest campaign, guiding the Aggies to a 15-4-1 overall
record and a No.4 national ranking. UC Davis finished Northern California Athletic Conference
play with an 8-1-1 record, earning Robinson her second NCAC Coach of the Year honor as
well as Far West Region Coach of the Year. That Aggie team reached NCAA postseason play
                                            for the first time in program history.
                                                Since becoming head coach in 1992, Rob-
                                            inson has compiled a 128-81-15 (.571) overall
                                            record and a 74-53-11 (.536) mark in conference
                                            games.
                                                Prior to her current position, Robinson served
                                            as an assistant coach at UC Davis in 1991 and as
                                            JV head coach in 1990 where she guided the team
                                            to a 9-4 record.
                                                As a collegiate player, Robinson won first-team
                                            All-Central Region honors four times at Colorado
                                            College and garnered first-team All-America dis-
                                            tinction in 1989. She helped lead her teams to the
                                            NCAA title game twice, losing in 1986 and 1989
                                            to North Carolina.
                                                A 1990 graduate of Colorado College, Robin-
                                            son has also received her teaching credential and
                                            master’s degree from Sacramento State.
                                                Robinson and her husband, UC Davis alumnus
                                            Peter Bostrom, are expecting their first child in
                                            November.




6                                                 2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 Rozanne DeWeese
 Assistant Coach • 1st Year

    Rozanne DeWeese begins her first season as an assistant coach,
assisting head coach MaryClaire Robinson in all areas of coaching,
recruiting and program management.
    DeWeese arrived at UC Davis in July after spending the past four
seasons as an assistant coach at Indiana State University. There her
responsibilities included on-field coaching, team travel and recruit-
ing coordinator. During her four seasons with the Sycamores, ISU
produced two first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference selections
and four second-team all-conference honorees.
    Before working on the staff at Indiana State, DeWeese spent
three years as an assistant at her alma mater, Cal St. San Bernardino. As a member of the staff
at CSUSB she assisted with the recruiting efforts, practice sessions and monitored the academic
progress of the women’s soccer team.
    DeWeese played collegiately for the Coyotes and finished her career tied for third all-time
in career goals (27) and fifth in points (61). In her senior season she was named team captain,
a second-team All-California Collegiate Athletic Association selection, and a CoSIDA Academic
All-American. DeWeese was the 1997 Scholar Athlete of the Year and was an NCAA Woman
of the Year nominee.


 Mark Torguson
 Assistant Coach • 3rd Year

    Torguson begins his third season as an assistant coach with
primary duties working with the goalkeepers. He spent the previous
four years in a similar position at Cosumnes River College.
    A 1998 graduate of Metro State, he was the Rocky Mountain
Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year as a senior. He was
also a member of the 1997 Cal State Bakersfield national cham-
pion team.



ROBINSON at UC DAVIS
             Overall       Conference
 Year      W L T          W L T          Conference Finish     Postseason
 2003       9 9 1          7 7 0         T3rd, CCAA North      (not eligible)
 2002      13 7 2          8 4 2         1st, CCAA North       CCAA Final; NCAA Quarterfinals
 2001      12 7 0          8 6 0         1st, CCCA North       CCAA Tournament
 2000      10 5 2          7 5 2         2nd, CCAA North       CCAA Tournament
 1999      11 6 1          9 4 1         2nd, CCAA North
 1998      13 6 1          9 5 0         2nd, CCAA North       CCAA Tournament
 1997      10 7 2          4 4 2         4th, NCAC             NCAA First Round
 1996      15 4 1          8 1 1         1st, NCAC
 1995      11 5 2          4 4 2         3rd, NCAC
 1994       7 9 1          3 4 1         3rd, NCAC
 1993       7 9 1          3 5 0         3rd, NCAC
 1992      10 7 1          4 4 0         3rd, NCAC
 Totals   128 81 15       74 53 11

2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                   7
    8        Kristin Aja
             Midfielder • Jr. • Modesto, Calif.

    2003: Started all 19 games... Posted 3 assists and no goals... Took 16
total shots... Had 2 assists to Shannon Mally in 4-0 win over Utah Valley
State (10/7)... Assisted Leifa Mayers in 87th minute in 1-0 victory vs. Sonoma
State (10/25).
    2002: Played in all 22 games... Scored 1 goal, 1 assist for 3 points...
First collegiate goal came in 78th minute of NCAA first-round playoff vs. S.F .
State (11/13)... First career assist was to Melissa Reid vs. Dominguez Hills
(10/20)... Took 9 total shots.
    GRACE M. DAVIS HS ’02: Named to All-Central California
Conference first team as a senior, second team as a junior... Se- Year          G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
lected as team’s top offensive player... Finished second in league 2002 22/ 0 1            1     3    9
in scoring as senior... Named to Academic All-CCC team... 2003 19/ 19 0                    3     3 16
Athletic Scholar honoree all four years... Played for San Joaquin Totals 41/ 19 1          4    6 25
Soccer Club.
    PERSONAL: Born June 30, 1984 in Modesto, Calif... Exercise biology major... Parents are Joe &
Lynda Aja... Proudest personal achievement was eating an entire half-gallon of chocolate malt crunch ice
cream... Sports highlight was winning high school all-star game MVP... Sports hero is Lance Armstrong,
non-sports heroes are her entire family.




 20 Melissa Albrecht
             Defender • So. • Torrance, Calif.

    2003: Appeared in 18 games, starting 7... Posted a goal and assist for 3
points during the year... First collegiate goal was 25-yard blast at 89:45 against
Dominguez Hills (10/19), forcing overtime... Recorded Aggies’ 1st assist of
the year, setting up Sita Kuteira in 13th minute vs. Sac State (8/31).
    SOUTH TORRANCE HS ’03: Lettered in soccer (four years), cross
country (three) and track & field (one)... Helped team to Ocean League title
as a senior... Played eight years of club ball for FRAM ’85.
    PERSONAL: Born May 22, 1985 in Torrance, Calif.... Exercise biology
major... Parents are Douglas & Kathleen Albrecht... Hopes to
become a physical therapist... Best athlete she’s faced is Sissi, Year             G/ GS Gls   Ast   Pts   Sh
during Aggies’ spring season.                                            2003 18/ 7 1            1     3    3




 24 Lacey Cobb
             Forward • Fr. • Fresno, Calif.

    SANTA CATALINA HS ’04: Scored 150 goals in her career, including 47
as a junior, 48 as a senior... Twice named Player of the Year for the Monterey
County Herald All-County Team... Led Mission Trail Athletic League all four
years, helping team capture MTAL title in each... Team went undefeated in
league play throughout her career... Played club ball for Santa Cruz Magic,
which advanced to State Cup semis for five straight years... Club also finished
2nd at San Diego Surf Cup in 2003.
    PERSONAL: Born June 24, 1986 in Hanford, Calif.... Has not declared
a major... Mother is Diane Cobb... If not for soccer, would probably play
tennis (her mom’s sport) at UC Davis.


8                                                          2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 19         Roxanne Croze
            Midfielder • So. • Lafayette, Calif.

    2003: Played in all 19 games, starting 2... Posted a goal and 4 assists for
6 total points... Took 21 total shots... Scored first collegiate goal in 4-0 win
over Grand Canyon (10/3)... Tallied assists vs. Barry (9/5), Sonoma State
(9/10), Cal Poly Pomona (10/12) and Utah Valley State (10/7).
    ACALANES HS ’03: Captured first-team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic
League honors as a senior... Won team’s Coaches’ Award in each of her first
two years... Also lettered in cross country and track & field as a freshman...
Played club soccer for Lamorinda Sting... Led team in assists and ranked
among leading scorers.
    PERSONAL: Born Oct. 2, 1985 in Mt. Kisco, N.Y.... Major- Year               G/ GS Gls   Ast   Pts   Sh
ing in American studies... Parents are Edward & Eleanor Croze... 2003 19/ 2 1                 4     6   21
Sports hero is Sissi, against whom she played last spring... Hopes
for career as a criminal attorney.




 00 Megan Daws
            Goalkeeper • Fr. • Orinda, Calif.

     SANTA CATALINA HS ’04: Three-time All-Diablo Foothill Athletic
League selection, making second team as a senior, first team as a sophomore
and junior... Twice named team MVP... Team captured North Coast Section
title in 2002... Played club ball for Alameda-based Bay Oaks.
     PERSONAL: Born Mar. 7, 1986 in Greenbrae, Calif.... Majoring in
human development... Mother is Virginia Daws... Cousins Cindy and Kim
Daws starred in soccer at Notre Dame and Duke, respectively... Non-sports
heroes are her brothers, Philip, Bradley and Patrick.




 13 Erin Fong
            Defender • So. • Carmichael, Calif.

    2003: Saw action in 15 goals, starting 12... Posted first career assist vs.
Cal St. Bakersfield, setting up Shannon Mally on a 1-v-1 in the final minute
(9/21)... Took one shot.
    RIO AMERICANO HS ’03: Won Coaches’ Award as a senior fullback...
Helped team to 16-2-4 record and Capitol Athletic League title... Was cross
country team’s No. 1 runner as a freshman... Played two years of club ball
for Placer United Prestige ’85.
    PERSONAL: Born Feb. 8, 1985 in Fresno, Calif.... Majoring in elec-
trical engineering... Parents are Dermet & Liz Fong... Dermet
graduated from UC Davis in 1975... Chose UC Davis at an early Year             G/ GS Gls    Ast   Pts   Sh
age: her father used to bring her to campus for Picnic Day and
other events.                                                       2003 15/ 12 0             1     1    1




2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                             9
   4        Alison Green
            Forward • Jr. • Piedmont, Calif.

    2003: Played spring ball only.
    2002: Played in 11 games as a reserve... Took 2 shots with no goals.
    PIEDMONT HS ’02: Earned first-team All-Bay Shore Athletic League
honors three times, honorable mention once... Team captured four straight
league titles, going undefeated each year... Played club ball for Bay Oaks for
10 years... Helped team to State Cup championship in 1999.
    PERSONAL: Born Oct. 21, 1983 in Kentfield, Calif.... Communication
major... Parents are Jeffrey Green and Ann Blecher... Best advice she’s received:
“Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become and the hours of
practice and the coaches who pushed you is the little girl who fell Year          G/ GS Gls   Ast   Pts   Sh
in love with the game and never looked back . . . play for her.”
                                                                        2002 11/ 0 0            0     0    2




 10 Magdalena Guzinski
            Forward • So. • Palo Alto, Calif.

    2003: Appeared in 6 games as a reserve... Took 2 shots and posted an
assist during the year... Lone assist found Lindsey Raymond in 87th minute
vs. Cal State L.A. (10/17).
    GUNN HS ’03: Four-year letterwinner in both soccer and track & field...
Won first-team All-De Anza League honors in her last two years... Helped
team to Central Coast Section postseason in 2000, 2002 and 2003... Finished
6th at CCS track meet in 4x400 relay as a junior... Played a year of club ball
with Sunnyvale Roadrunners.
    PERSONAL: Born June 23, 1985 in Morristown, N.J.... Has
not declared a major... Parents are Miroslaw & Halina Guzinski... Year         G/ GS Gls      Ast   Pts   Sh
Proficient as a violinist... Proudest personal accomplishment was
completing all 10 books of the Suzuki method for violin... Hopes     2003      6/ 0 0           1     1    2
for career in biology.




 17 Jenna Kasch
            Forward/Midfielder • Fr. • Simi Valley, Calif.

     2003: Redshirted.
     SIMI VALLEY HS ’03: Earned first-team All-Marmonte League and sec-
ond-team All-Southern Section honors as a senior... Also made All-Marmonte
League first team as a junior.
     PERSONAL: Born Nov. 21, 1985 in Panarama City, Calif.... Has not
declared a major... Parents are Tony & Debbie Kasch... Tony graduated
from UC Davis in 1981... Career highlight was playing abroad in Austra-
lia... Lists Lance Armstrong as her sports hero, her grandmater Ileane as her
non-sports hero.




10                                                         2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 15         J
            Jacque Kocer
            Defender • Sr. • Albuquerque, N.M.

    2003: Started all 19 games... Recorded a goal and 2 assists for 4 total
points... Took 10 total shots... Scored on a long serve in 21st minute vs. Cal
St. Stanislaus (9/19)... Assists were to Shannon Mally vs. Barry (9/5), then
Leifa Mayers vs. Cal State L.A. (10/17).
    2002: Appeared in 21 games, starting 7... Scored 1 goal (on 14 total shots)
and had an assist for 3 points... First Aggie goal was a header in 18th minute
in a rainy CCAA tournament game vs. Cal Poly Pomona (11/7)... First Aggie
assist set up Carly Broaddus in the 88th minute at San Bernardino, forcing
overtime in an eventual tie (10/11).
    UNIV. OF NEVADA (2001-02): Saw action in 14 games... Year                  G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
Attempted 10 shots, but did not score.                                2002 21/ 7 1         1    3 14
    ELDORADO HS ’01: Earned four varsity letters in soccer... 2003 19/ 19 1                2    4 10
Team took home the state championship in 1999... Earned all- Totals 40/ 26 2               3    7 24
district, all-city and all-state honors in both 1999 and 2000...
Played club ball for Albuquerque United.
    PERSONAL: Born April 18, 1983 in Albuquerque, N.M... Majoring in international relations...
Parents are Jim & Ruby Kocer... Jim played football at Wyoming... Twin sister, Jaymie, played soccer for
Sacramento State in 2003.




 11         Sita Kuteira
            Midfielder • Jr. • Arcata, Calif.

    2003: ALL-CCAA HONORABLE MENTION... Started all 19 games...
Recorded a goal and 2 assists for 4 total points... Took 30 shots, 4th on
team... Scored UC Davis’ first goal of 2003 season, a header in 13th minute
in opener vs. Sacramento State (8/31)... Assists were to Lindsey Raymond at
Grand Canyon (10/3) and Leifa Mayers at UC San Diego (10/5).
    2002: Appeared in 22 games, starting 20... Scored 1 goal on 37 shots
(2nd on team)... Scored first career goal on a rebound in 33rd minute vs.
Chico State (9/17).
    ARCATA HS ’02: Four-year letterwinner in soccer... Three-
year letterwinner in basketball, once in golf and once in track... Year       G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
Named all-county three times... Helped lead team to Humboldt 2002 22/ 20 1                  0     2 37
Del Norte League championship in 2000... Named league MVP 2003 19/ 19 1                     2     4 30
after 2000 season... Student body vice-president... Junior class Totals 41/ 39 2            2     6 67
president.
    PERSONAL: Born Nov. 29, 1984 in Arcata, Calif.... Majoring in nutrition science... Parents are Guy
Kuttner & Quiteria Perreira... Lists career sports highlight as converting game-tying penalty kick in high
school section finals... Would like to get rid of offsides rule when she’s on offense.




2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                         11
 21         Lisa La Vallee
            Forward • So. • Walnut Creek, Calif.

    SACRAMENTO STATE: Appeared in 18 games, starting 10 during 2003
season... Led Hornets with 6 goals, finished 2nd on team with 12 points...
Took 20 shots, 14 on goal... Had 2 multi-goal games: vs. UC Davis (8/31)
and San Francisco (10/3)... Scored lone goal of team’s 1-0 home win vs.
19th-ranked Utah (10/5)... Made honor roll and named to Big Sky Confer-
ence Fall All-Academic Team.
    LAS LOMAS HS ’03: Twice named All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League,
including second-team honors as a junior, first-team distinction as a senior...
Team won North Coast Section title in her final season... Selected as team’s
Offensive MVP in 2003, team MVP in 2002 and Defensive MVP in 2001... Competed in track & field
as a freshman, earning Most Improved accolades as a sprinter... Played three seasons with Diablo Valley
Soccer Club Heat... Led team with 16 goals... Team competed in the U-19 State Cup final.
    PERSONAL: Born Sept. 16, 1984 in Walnut Creek, Calif.... Majoring in clinical nutrition... Parents
are Douglas & Margie La Vallee... Lists her father as her non-sports hero, Marion Jones as her sports hero...
Twin brother, Dustin, also attends UC Davis... Plans on becoming a physical therapist.




   1        Krystyn Lizak
            Goalkeeper • Jr. • Belmont, Calif.

     2003: Started all 19 games in net... Posted 53 saves against 20 goals
in 1,696 minutes... Finished 3rd among CCAA keepers in GAA (1.06)...
Also was T4th in shutouts (6)... Had season-best 7 saves on two occasions:
      .
at S.F State (9/13) and at home in shutout vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/12)...
Nabbed 5 saves in three other outings, including 110-minute draw against
Barry... Captured all-tourney honors at Aggie Invitational... Finished season
with 9-9-1 record.
     2002: Made one appearance in relief of Christine Ogden, finishing final
11:10 in Aggies’ 3-0 win vs. Dominguez Hills (10/20)... Did not allow any
goals nor convert any saves.
     CARLMONT HS ’02: Earned three varsity Year G/ GS GA Avg. ShO W-L-T Sv                          Min
letters in soccer and one in crew... Named to 2002 1/ 0 0 0.00 0                     0-0-0 0       11:10
first-team All-Peninsula Athletic League all three 2003 19/ 19 20 1.06 6              9-9-1 53 1696:12
seasons in soccer, earning team and league MVP Total 20/ 19 20 1.06 6 9-9-1 53 1707:22
honors as a senior goalkeeper... Helped team to
Central Coast Section runner-up finish in 2002... Played club ball for Roadrunners Premier in Sunnyvale...
Team won State Cup in 2002... Named team MVP in crew as a freshman... Received Carlmont English
Award as a senior and 4.0 award as a freshman.
     PERSONAL: Born Mar. 30, 1984 in Redwood City, Calif.... Exercise biology major... Parents are
Gregory & Patricia Lizak... Sports hero is her brother, Gregory, who was a member of UC Berkeley’s na-
tional champion rowing team... Career highlight was stopping Sissi’s attempt from the center line during
last spring’s scrimmage vs. California Storm.




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 12         Annie McAllister
            Forward • Fr. • Saratoga, Calif.

    SARATOGA HS ’04: Twice selected as Offensive MVP of De Anza
League... Earned first-team All-Central Coast Section honors as a senior
captain... Voted as team’s MVP in each of last two seasons... Also lettered in
volleyball (setter) and track & field (sprints)... Led DeAnza Force club to
first State Cup championship... Scored game-winning goal in golden goal
overtime during both semis and final of State Cup.
    PERSONAL: Born Mar. 24, 1986 in Stanford, Calif.... Majoring in
communication... Parents are William & Monica McAllister... Given the
opportunity to gather three historical figures to a dinner, she would invite
Silvia Plath, Rembrandt and Nick “Goose” Bradshaw (character from her favorite movie, Top Gun)... Great
grandfather played Doodles The Clown for the legendary Blackpool Tower Circus... Has an odd pregame
superstition: always pulls out a small piece of grass and places it in her left sock.




   3        Leifa Mayers
            Forward • Sr. • Berkeley, Calif.

    2003: Appeared in 18 games, starting 16... Shared team lead in assists (4),
while finishing 2nd in goals (6) and total points (16)... Took 24 shots, 10 of
which were on goal... Ranked among CCAA leaders in points (T14th), points
per game (13th), goals (T14th), goals per game (T15th), assists (T18th) and
assists per game (T20th)... Credited for 4 game-winning goals, 3 in eight-day
                        .
stretch: at 2:00 vs. S.F State (9/13), at 19:10 vs. Cal St. Stanislaus (9/19) and
at 64:35 vs. Cal St. Bakersfield (9/21)... Also converted lone goal of 1-0 win
over Sonoma State (10/25)... Assisted on Arlene Tuttle’s header in overtime
win vs. Northern Colorado in season finale (11/9)... Selected to
CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII first team (3.97 GPA).                  Year     G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
    2002: Played in all 22 games, starting 12... Finished 3rd on 2001             5/ 0 1       0     2    3
team with 10 total points (4 goals, 2 assists)... One of two Aggies 2002 22/ 12 4              2 10 23
(along with Cynthia Rail) to post a multi-goal game, recording a 2003 18/ 16 6                 4 16 24
pair of scores vs. Grand Canyon (10/4)... Also had game-winning Totals 45/ 28 11               6 28 50
goals vs. Humboldt (9/2) and Cal State L.A. (10/18)... Assisted on
Amanda Medrano’s game-winner vs. Chico (9/17)... Also credited with assist on Medrano’s goal vs. S.F        .
State in NCAA first-round playoff (11/13)... Converted Aggies’ third PK attempt in shootout vs. UC San
Diego in a second-round playoff victory... Earned second-team Verizon Academic All-District VIII.
    2001: Saw action in five games on season, all as a reserve... Only goal of season came in 4-0 victory
over Cal St. San Bernardino (10/6)... Took just three shots on season.
    ALBANY HS ’00: Selected to four straight All-Bay Shore Athletic League teams... Twice served as
team captain... Also voted as team MVP twice... Played club ball for Bay Oaks.
    Earned four varsity letters in soccer... Was a four-time all-league selection, two year team captain and
two year team MVP... Also earned three varsity letters in softball.
    PERSONAL: Born Mar. 16, 1982 in Minneapolis, Minn.... Human development major... Would like
to play basketball at UC Davis, if time allowed... Says the toughest thing about being a student-athlete is
losing... Career plans include becoming a teacher.




2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                            13
   5        Tristan Ngoon
            Midfielder • Sr. • Palo Alto, Calif.

     2003: ALL-WEST REGION SECOND TEAM... ALL-CCAA FIRST
TEAM... Started all 19 games... Finished 3rd on team in goals (4) and points
(10)... Added 2 assists... Led team with 60 shots, 4th in CCAA rankings...
Scored twice vs. Cal Poly Pomona, her 4th career multi-goal game... Knocked
                                         .
in free kick at 71:00 mark to beat S.F State (9/13)... Converted pass from
Shannon Mally in 9th minute to ignite 4-0 win at Grand Canyon (10/3)... As-
sists were to Leifa Mayers vs. Cal St. Bakersfield (9/21) and Lindsey Raymond
vs. Utah Valley State (10/7)... All-tourney pick at Aggie Invitational.
     2002: Started first 2 games before suffering season-ending
injury... Posted an assist in opener vs. Seattle (8/31)... Took 4 Year         G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
total shots... Awarded medical hardship year.                          2000 17/ 17 9         1 19 55
     2001: ALL-WEST REGION SECOND TEAM... ALL-CCAA 2001 19/ 19 8                             6 22 44
FIRST TEAM... Started all 19 games... Scored 8 goals with 6 assists 2002       2/ 2 0        1     1     4
for 22 points, 2nd on team... Had 2 goals and assist in 4-1 win at 2003 19/ 19 4             2 10 60
Cal State L.A. (10/14)... Had only goal in 2-1 OT loss at Domin- Total 57/ 57 21 10 52 163
guez Hills... Named CCAA Player of the Week for week of Oct.
8-14 after those two contests... Scored goals in three straight games (9/16-30)...Took 44 total shots.
     2000: THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN... FIRST-TEAM ALL-WEST REGION... SECOND-TEAM ALL-
CCAA... Started all 17 games... Scored 9 goals and one assist on season... Goals total was fifth-most in
school history for single season... Scored hat trick in 4-1 victory over Sonoma St. (10/24)... Had tying
goal in 74th minute and game-winner during OT in 4-3 upset at Pomona (10/6)... CCAA Player of the
Week for week of Oct. 2-8... Did not miss a game despite receiving 10 stitches to forehead after collision
in front of opponents goal vs. Humboldt (9/22)...Took 55 shots on season.
     GUNN HS ’00: Selected as DeAnza League’s Senior of the Year and Junior of the Year in respective
seasons... Also played basketball for former Aggie Cheryl Clarkson.
     PERSONAL: Born Nov. 21, 1982 in Stanford, Calif.... History and psychology double major... Par-
ents are Kal & Sandy Ngoon... Sister, Nalani, played for UC Davis women’s lacrosse team during 2001
season... Nickname: Tris... Lists her favorite movie as Rocky III... If she could play another sport at UC
Davis it would be basketball.




 18         Kristin Patterson
            Defender • Jr. • Sacramento, Calif.

    2003: Appeared in 18 games, starting 10... Took 4 shots with no goals...
Credited for one assist, to Arlene Tuttle in 60th minute vs. Cal St. Dominguez
Hills (10/19).
    2002: Started 14 of 19 games played... Recorded 3 assists, T2nd on team
(along with Katie Shesgreen)... Took 8 total shots... Had assists in back-to-
                                 .
back games vs. Sonoma and S.F State (9/10 & 9/14), both to Cynthia Rail...
Earned assist on Shannon Mally’s goal in NCAA second-round playoff at UC
San Diego, forcing overtime period (11/17).
    2001: Appeared in all 19 games on season, three as a starter...
Attempted one shot but did not score.                                  Year    G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
    2000: Redshirted.                                                  2001 19/ 3 0           0     0    1
    TWIN FALLS HS ’00: Played two seasons of varsity soccer... 2002 19/ 14 0                  3     3 11
Named team MVP and led team to fourth-place finish at state 2003 18/ 10 0                      1     1    4
tournament as a junior... Made and state all-tournament team as Totals 56/ 27 0               4    4 16
a senior captain... Member of Idaho State ODP team in 1999.
    PERSONAL: Born Oct. 13, 1982 in Twin Falls, Idaho... Human development major... Lists Lance
Armstrong as her sports hero... Enjoys playing the guitar and being in the outdoors... Career plans include
becoming a pediatric nurse... Would also like to play lacrosse at UC Davis, if time allowed... Her dream
vacation would be traveling with the Dave Matthews Band.

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 14         Christen Rauschnot
            Defender • Jr. • Morgan Hill, Calif.

     2003: Played in 17 games, starting 10... Took 12 shots with no goals.
     2002: Appeared in 21 games, starting 7... Had lone goal in 1-0 win
over Cal St. Bakersfield, scoring in traffic in 19th minute (9/22)... Took 19
shots for the season.
     LIVE OAK HS ’02: Earned varsity letters in soccer, cross country and
track... Earned first-team All-Monterey Bay League honors in her junior
and senior years, including league MVP distinction as a senior... Named to
All-MBL second team as a sophomore... Also an All-MBL performer in track
& field... Won Coaches’ Award in both track and cross country...
Played club ball for Orchard Valley Chaos.                          Year    G/ GS Gls   Ast   Pts   Sh
     PERSONAL: Born Sept. 2, 1984 in San Jose, Calif.... Exercise 2002 21/ 7 1            0     2   19
biology major... Parents are Mark & Cheryl Rauschnot... Father, 2003 17/ 10 0             0     0   12
Mark, played JV baseball at San Jose State... Lists sports hero as Total 38/ 17 1         0     2   31
Landon Dovovan... Would also like to play volleyball at UC Davis,
if not for soccer... Dream vacation would be touring Spain and
Italy... Hopes to become a physical therapist.




   9        Lindsey Raymond
            Forward • Jr. • Fair Oaks, Calif.

    2003: Played in all 19 games, starting 3... Finished 2nd on team with 40
shots, posting 3 goals and an assist for 7 total points... Scored first collegiate
goal in 76th minute vs. Grand Canyon (10/3)... Credited for a goal and assist
at Cal State L.A. (10/17)... Also scored vs. Utah Valley State (11/7).
    2002: Appeared in 11 games, starting 4... Recorded 2 assists... First
collegiate assist was to Cynthia Rail in 34th minute at Stanislaus (9/20)...
Earned assist to Meghan Phillips vs. Dominguez Hills (10/20)... Took 13
total shots for the year.
    BELLA VISTA HS ’02: Named Capital Athletic League MVP as a sopho-
more... Senior season named to All-CAL first team... Was a second-team all-CAL selection as a junior...
Played club ball for San Juan Spirits.
    PERSONAL: Born Aug. 15, 1984 in Sacramento, Calif.... Year                    G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
Double-majoring in economics and international relations... 2002 11/ 4 0                      2   2 13
Parents are Kevin & Donna Raymond... Would also like to play 2003 19/ 3 3                     1   7 40
basketball at UC Davis, if time allowed... Best athletes she has Total 30/ 7 3                3   9 53
faced were the players of the Mexican national team.




2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                        15
 16         Katie Shesgreen
            Defender • Sr. • Lafayette, Calif.

     2003: Saw action in 17 games, starting all but two... Attempted 4 shots
with no goals... Named to Aggie Invitational all-tourney team.
     2002: FIRST-TEAM ALL-WEST REGION... SECOND-TEAM ALL-
CCAA... Started 21 games... Had 3 assists, T2nd on team... Took 8 total
shots... First Aggie assist was to Sita Kuteira vs. Chico (9/17)... Converted
2nd of Aggies’ PK attempts in shootout in NCAA second-round win at UC
San Diego (11/17)
     VILLANOVA: Played one season at Villanova... Saw action in 5 games
as a reserve... Attempted just one shot but did not score.
     CARONDELET HS ’01: Played two seasons of varsity soc- Year               G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
cer... Team went a combined 26-0-2 in her two seasons... Led team
to 12-0-2 record and North Coast Section title as a senior... Named 2002 21/ 21 0           3     3     8
team MVP and first-team All-Bay Valley Athletic League that year... 2003 17/ 15 0            0     0     4
Helped team to 14-0 mark, NCS title and No.1 national ranking Total 38/ 36 0               3      3 12
as a sophomore... Voted Most Improved on team that season.
     PERSONAL: Born Aug. 2, 1982 in Walnut Creek, Calif.... Majoring in international relations... If
not for soccer, would like to play basketball at UC Davis... Lists John Stockton as her favorite athlete...
Career plans are unclear, but hopes to live in Europe for a spell.




 26         Mackenzie Smith
            Defender • Fr. • Bonita, Calif.

    HELIX CHARTER HS ’04: Played four years of varsity at center mid...
Selected to All-Grossmont South League second team in each of her last three
years... Team captain for three seasons... Voted as team’s Most Inspirational
as a senior... Played one year of softball, capturing team MVP accolades...
Played five years of club ball for San Diego Spirit, helping lead team to State
Cup semifinals in 2004.
    PERSONAL: Born Sept. 26, 1986 in Seattle, Wash.... Has not declared a
major... Parents are Doug & Pam Smith... Has additional Big West Conference
soccer ties: her sister, Abbey, played at Cal St. Northridge... Career highlight
was beating her high school rival in San Diego Section playoffs.




 22         Katie Snyder
            Defender • So. • San Diego, Calif.

    2003: Appeared in all 19 games, starting 7... Took 7 total shots... Scored
no goals but had 2 assists... Assisted Arlene Tuttle at Cal State L.A. (10/17)
and Shannon Mally vs. Utah Valley State (11/7).
    UNIVERSITY CITY HS ’03: Earned first-team All-San Diego Section
D-III honors as a senior... Selected as team’s Outstanding Defensive Player
in 2001, and team MVP in 2000... Posted 42 total points as a sophomore...
Played club ball for the FC Bratz.
    PERSONAL: Born June 13, 1985 in San Diego, Calif.... Biological sciences
major... Hopes for career in sports nutrition... Sports hero is Lance
Armstrong, non-sports hero is her grandfather... Proudest personal Year        G/ GS Gls   Ast   Pts   Sh
accomplishment is persevering through three knee surgeries.           2003 19/ 7 0           2     2    7


16                                                         2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 25         Becky Steen
            Forward • Fr. • Coto de Caza, Calif.

    TESORO HS ’04: Lettered two years in soccer, golf and track & field...
Earned soccer team’s Coaches’ Award both years... Helped lead team to
Southern Section Div. II title in 2004... Named MVP of San Gorgonio Tour-
nament as a junior... Won All-Pacific Coast League second-team honors in
golf as a senior... Voted team MVP as a junior... Captured PCL shot put title
and advanced to CIF-SS meet in track & field in 2003... Played five years of
club ball for West Coast Fútbol Club Extreme in Mission Viejo.
    PERSONAL: Born Apr. 30, 1986 in Red Bank, N.J.... Has not declared
a major... Parents are Barry & Lisa Schwartz... Hopes for career in sports
medicine... Career highlight was winning CIF-SS soccer title last year.




   6        Kaylie Stein
            Forward • Fr. • Mission Viejo, Calif.

     CAPISTRANO VALLEY HS ’04: Led varsity team to Southern Section
title as a senior... Played for West Coast Fútbol Club Extreme in Mission
Viejo... Teammate of current Aggie Becky Steen... Helped club to league title
and State Cup finals berth in 2004.
     PERSONAL: Born June 18, 1986 in Mission Viejo, Calif.... Has not
declared a major... Parents are Martin & Linda Stein... Proudest personal
accomplishment was posting a goal and two assists to help the WCFC Ex-
treme recover from a 3-0 deficit to a 4-3 win... Hopes for career as a physical
therapist or nutritionist.




   7        Arlene Tuttle
            Forward • Sr. • Santa Rosa, Calif.

    2003: Saw action in all 19 games, starting 12... Finished with 3 goals, 1
assist for 7 total points... Took 27 total shots... First Aggie goal came in 19th
minute in win at Cal State L.A. (10/17)... Scored game-winner on header in
6th minute of overtime (95:38) to beat Northern Colorado in season finale
(11/9)... Lone assist was to Shannon Mally vs. Sonoma State (9/10).
    OREGON: Started 12 of 17 games played as a sophomore in 2002...
Scored 2 goals – the equalizer and the game-winner – to beat Arizona, earn-
ing Pac-10 Player of the Week consideration... Appeared in 10 games as a
reserve in 2001.
    MARIA CARRILLO HS ’01: Earned first-team All-North
Bay League and All-Empire as a junior and senior... Led senior Year               G/ GS Gls Ast Pts Sh
team with 19 goals and 13 assists... Had team-best 12 goals and 2003 19/ 12 3                 1   7 27
8 assists as a junior... ’00 squad went 17-1 and ranked No. 2
nationally... Played club ball for Santa Rosa United Thunder. Team won Surf Cup twice and 2000 State
Cup, and was chronicled in Jonathan Littman’s The Beautiful Game: Sixteen Girls And The Soccer Season
That Changed Everything.
    PERSONAL: Born Sept. 17, 1983 in Santa Rosa, Calif.... Majoring in American studies... Parents
are Robert O’Connell and Carol Tuttle... Career highlight thus far were her two goals – one to tie, one to
win – in UO’s victory over Arizona.


2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                         17
   2        Megan Wall
            Forward/Midfielder • Fr. • Davis, Calif.

    DAVIS HS ’04: Selected to Monticello Empire League first team as a
senior... Helped lead team to three straight league titles and 2001 Sac-Joa-
quin Section championship... Blue Devils also advanced to SJS semifinals in
2003 and finals in 2002... Also ran cross country as a senior, helping team
to section title... Played club ball for Davis Impact and Davis Heat... Helped
club to State Cup semis in 2003, quarters in 2004... Team ranked No. 1 in
NorCal in 2004.
    PERSONAL: Born Sept. 27, 1986 in Woodland, Calif.... Has not declared
a major, but plans to study human development... Parents are Michael &
Lois Wall, both of whom graduated from UC Davis... Michael played football for Aggies from 1979-80...
Career highlight was scoring the winning header to send club to State Cup semifinals... Sports hero is
Michelle Akers, non-sports hero is Jennifer Garner... Appropriately, favorite movie is Garner vehicle 13
Going On 30... Game-day superstition is to wear her brother’s shirt.




18                                                      2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
  2003 Season Results
Date       Opponent                           Score        Record CCAA      Att.      UC Davis scorers
Aug. 31    at Sacramento State                L, 1-3        0-1-0  —        245       Kuteira
Sept. 5    at Barry (Fla.)                    T, 1-1 (2ot) 0-1-1   —        134       Mally
Sept. 10   SONOMA STATE*                      L, 1-2        0-2-1 0-1-0     275       Mally
Sept. 13   at San Francisco State*            W, 2-1        1-2-1 1-1-0     153       Mayers, Ngoono
Sept. 16   at Chico State*                    L, 0-2        1-3-1 1-2-0     122       —
Sept. 19   CAL ST. STANISLAUS*                W, 3-0        2-3-1 2-2-0     188       Mayers, Kocer, Mally
Sept. 21   CAL ST. BAKERSFIELD*               W, 2-0        3-3-1 3-2-0     208       Mayers, Mally
Sept. 28   WESTERN OREGON                     L, 0-1        3-4-1  —        189       —
Oct. 3     at Grand Canyon*                   W, 4-0        4-4-1 4-2-0     138       Ngoon, Mally, Croze, Raymond
Oct. 5     at UC San Diego*                   L, 1-2        4-5-1 4-3-0     340       Mayers
Oct. 10    CAL ST. SAN BERNARDINO*            L, 0-2        4-6-1 4-4-0     175       —
Oct. 12    CAL POLY POMONA*                   W, 2-0        5-6-1 5-4-0     353       Ngoon 2
Oct. 17    at Cal State L.A.*                 W, 4-0        6-6-1 6-4-0      50       Tuttle, Mayers, Mally, Raymond
Oct. 19    at Cal St. Dominguez Hills*        L, 2-3 (ot) 6-7-1 6-5-0       196       Tuttle, Albrecht
Oct. 25    at Sonoma State*                   W, 1-0        7-7-1 7-5-0     601       Mayers
Oct. 29    SAN FRANCISCO STATE*               L, 1-2        7-8-1 7-6-0     223       Mally
Nov. 1     CHICO STATE*                       L, 0-1        7-9-1 7-7-0     403       —
Nov. 7     UTAH VALLEY STATE@                 W, 4-0        8-9-1  —        145       Mally 3, Raymond 1
Nov. 9     NORTHERN COLORADO@                 W, 1-0 (ot) 9-9-1    —        153       Tuttle

           * - California Collegiate Athletic Association match
           @ - AGGIE INVITATIONAL (Davis, Calif.)


AGGIES WHEN
Overall                                                      9-9-1
   Home                                                       5-5-0   TEAM STATISTICS
   Away                                                       4-4-1   SHOT STATISTICS                    AGS             OPP
   Neutral                                                    0-0-0     Goals-Shot Attempts:           30-316          20-140
                                                                        Shot pct:                        .095            .143
More shots                                                   10-6-1     Goals/game:                        1.6             1.1
Led at halftime                                               5-2-0     Shots/game:                      16.6              7.4
Tied at halftime                                              4-2-1     Assists                            29              18
In overtime                                                   1-1-1   GOAL BREAKDOWN
Scored first                                                   9-3-0     Total Goals                         30             20
                                                                        Penalty                              0              1
SCORING BY PERIOD                                                       Unassisted                           7              3
Period           1                  2     OT O2                 Tot     Overtime                             1              1
AGGIES          15                 14      1  0               - 30    CORNER KICKS                          84             40
Opponents       10                  9      1  0               - 20    PENALTY KICKS                        0-0            1-2
                                                                      PENALTIES
                                                                        Fouls                              304            261
                                                                        Yellow Cards                        15             13
                                                                        Red Cards                            0              1

                                                                      ATTENDANCE                       2312             1979
                                                                        Dates (Avg.)                 10 (231)          9 (220)
                                                                        Neutral Site (Avg.)              None



2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                                                19
 2003 Individual Statistics                                             Sorted by Points

No.    Player                     GP/ GS    Goals        Ast    Pts     Shots       Pct.
6      Shannon Mally              19/ 13      10           4    24        36       .278
3      LEIFA MAYERS               18/ 16        6          4    16        24       .250
5      TRISTAN NGOON              19/ 19        4          2    10        60       .067
9      LINDSEY RAYMOND            19/ 3         3          1      7       40       .075
7      ARLENE TUTTLE              19/ 12        3          1      7       27       .111
19     ROXANNE CROZE              19/ 2         1          4      6       21       .048
11     SITA KUTEIRA               19/ 19        1          2      4       30       .033
20     MELISSA ALBRECHT           18/ 7         1          1      3         3      .333
8      KRISTIN AJA                19/ 19        0          3      3       16       .000
22     KATIE SNYDER               19/ 6         0          2      2         7      .000
18     KRISTIN PATTERSON          17/ 10        0          1      1         4      .000
13     ERIN FONG                  15/ 12        0          1      1         3      .000
10     MAGDALENA GUZINSKI         6/   0        0          1      1         2      .000
17     Jennifer Martelle          19/ 8         0          0      0       15       .000
14     CHRISTEN RAUSCHNOT         17/ 10        0          0      0       12       .000
16     KATIE SHESGREEN            17/ 14        0          0      0         4      .000
4      Erica Goude                14/ 0         0          0      0         2      .000
1      KRYSTYN LIZAK              19/ 19        0          0      0         0      .000
AGGIES                            19             30      29     89       316      .095
Opponents                         19             20      18     58       140       .143


GOALKEEPERS                                                            Sorted by Minutes

No.    Player            GP/GS    Min      GA     Avg.     Sv   Pct.    W-L-T      ShO
1      KRYSTYN LIZAK     19/19 1696:12     20     1.06     53 .726       9-9-1       6
00     Rosie Matli       2/ 0    41:05      0     0.00      2 1.000      0-0-0       0
AGGIES                   19     1737:17     20    1.04 55 .733          9-9-1          8
Opponents                19      1737:17    30    1.55 116 .795          9-9-1         4


MISCELLANEOUS STATS***

GAME-WINNING GOALS
Leifa Mayers 3, Tristan Ngoon 3, Arlene Tuttle 2, Shannon Mally 1
OVERTIME GOALS
Arlene Tuttle 1
PENALTY KICKS
None

2004 RETURNEES IN ALL CAPS




20                                          2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
 Aggie Award Winners
ALL-AMERICANS
2002             Carly Broaddus                           Third Team, NSCAA
2000             Tristan Ngoon                            Third Team, NSCAA
1996             Kim Haskell                              Second Team, NSCAA
                 Becky Fredlund                           Second Team, NSCAA
                 Amy Armknecht                            Honorable Mention, NSCAA

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA/ALL-DISTRICT

2003     Leifa Mayers          All-District First Team          2001    Alicia Gilbreath         All-District
         Shannon Mally         All-District Second Team                 Cynthia Rail             All-District
2002     Cynthia Rail          All-District First Team          1997    Molly Orton              All-District
         Christine Ogden       All-District First Team          1995    Kim Haskell              All-District
         Leifa Mayers          All-District Second Team         1988    Kim Smith                Honorable Mention, adidas

ALL-REGION
2003     Tristan Ngoon         Second Team, adidas/NSCAA        1996    Maryclaire Robinson      Region Coach of the Year
2002     MaryClaire Robinson   Region Coach of the Year                 Amy Armknecht            First Team, Umbro/NSCAA
         Cynthia Rail          First Team, adidas/NSCAA                                          First Team, CoSIDA
         Carly Broaddus        First Team, adidas/NSCAA                 Becky Fredlund           Frist Team, Umbro/NSCAA
         Katie Shesgreen       First Team, adidas/NSCAA                                          First Team, CoSIDA
         Christine Ogden       Second Team, adidas/NSCAA                Kim Haskell              First Team, Umbro/NSCAA
2001     Alicia Gilbreath      First Team, adidas/NSCAA                                          Second Team, CoSIDA
         Cynthia Rail          First Team, adidas/NSCAA                 Danielle Fagan           Second Team, Umbro/NSCAA
         Tristan Ngoon         Second Team, adidas/NSCAA                                         Second Team, CoSIDA
2000     Tristan Ngoon         First Team, adidas/NSCAA                 Andrea Guijarno          Second Team, Umbro/NSCAA
         Cynthia Rail          First Team, adidas/NSCAA                 Molly Orton              Second Team, CoSIDA
1999     Jill Micone           First Team, Umbro/NSCAA          1995    Amy Armknecht            First Team, NSCAA
         Megan Strom           First Team, Umbro/NSCAA                                           First Team, CoSIDA
         Molly Orton           Second Team, Umbro/NSCAA                 Becky Fredlund           First Team, CoSIDA
1998     Mandi Berman          First Team, Umbro/NSCAA                  Kim Haskell              First Team, CoIDA
         Sarah Siegel          First Team, Umbro/NSCAA                                           Second Team, NSCAA
         Molly Orton           Second Team, Umbro/NSCAA                 Laura Whitsitt           Second Team, CoSIDA
1997     Becky Fredlund        First Team, Umbro/NSCAA          1994    Denise Zalecki           Second Team, NSCAA
         Molly Orton           First Team, Umbro/NSCAA                  Kim Haskell              Second Team, NSCAA
         Andrea Guijarno       Second Team, Umbro/NSCAA         1988    Kelly McClary            Second Team, NSCAA

ALL-CONFERENCE (First-team honorees only)

2003   Tristan Ngoon                                Molly Orton                       1992    Krista Hull
2002   Carly Broaddus                    1996       Amy Armknecht                             Elise Jones
       Christine Ogden                              Becky Fredlund                    1991    Tina Alstatt
       Cynthia Rail                                 Kim Haskell (MVP)                         Elise Jones
2001   Alicia Gilbreath                  1995       Jo Aaker                          1990    Kelley McClary
       Tristan Ngoon                                Amy Armknecht                             Michelle Goldrup
       Cynthia Rail                                 Kim Haskell                       1989    Heather Davids
2000   Cynthia Rail                                 Laura Whitsitt                    1988    Kim Smith
1999   Jill Micone                       1994       Amy Armknecht                     1987    Heather Silverman
1998   Sarah Siegel                                 Kim Haskell
       Molly Orton                                  Laura Whitsitt                    COACH OF THE YEAR
1997   Danielle Fagan                               Denise Zalecki                    2002 MaryClaire Robinson
       Becky Fredlund                    1993       Krista Hull                       1996 MaryClaire Robinson
       Andrea Guijarno                              Elise Jones                       1992 MaryClaire Robinson

Affiliations: FWC: 1968-1981; NCAC: 1982-1997; CCAA: 1998-2003

2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                                           21
  CCAA Recap
                                   CCAA               Overall   PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kristin Jones, UCSD
NORTH DIVISION               W     L T     Pts   W     L T      FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Kelly Cochran, UCSD
Sonoma State                 7     5 2      23    9    9 2
Chico State                  7     6 1      22   10    8 2      COACH OF THE YEAR: Brian McManus, UCSD
UC DAVIS                     7     7 0      21    9    9 1      FIRST TEAM: Kellie Campbell, GK, SSU; Tara Chance, D, CPP;
San Francisco State          7     7 0      21   12    8 0      Sarah Gibson, D, CSUDH; Brook Braunschweig, D, SFSU; Kelly
                                                                Cochran, MF, UCSD; Lias Mellberg, MF, CSUB; TRISTAN NGOON,
CENTRAL DIVISION             W L        T Pts    W L       T    MF, UC DAVIS; Kristin Jones, F, UCSD; Michelle McConnell, F, CPP;
Cal St. Dominguez Hills      11 1       2 35     16 4      3    Amy Swanson, F, CSUC; Michelle Lopez, F, CSSB; Tanya Wilson, F,
Cal St. Stanislaus            6 7       1 19     10 8      2    CSUDH; Kayla Humphries, F, CSSB; Crystal Howard, F, SSU; Lisa
Cal St. Bakersfield            4 9       1 13      5 12     2    Araujo, F, CPP.
Cal State L.A.                3 11      0 9       4 14     0    SECOND TEAM: Erin Clark, GK, SFSU; Jennifer Hogans, D, CSUC;
                                                                Molly Carlson, D, UCSD; Elizabeth Arreola, D, CSUDH; Christine
SOUTH DIVISION               W L        T Pts    W L       T    Wensel, D, UCSD; Ashley Licata, D, CSSB; Megan Mendoza, MF,
UC San Diego                 12 2       0 36     18 3      1    UCSD; Kristen Conahan, MF, UCSD; Erin Hartmann, MF, SFSU; Amber
Cal Poly Pomona               8 5       1 25     10 7      2    Hendrix, MF, SSU; Diane Garcia, MF, CSLA; Marti Teunissen, F, CSUS;
Cal St. San Bernardino        7 5       2 23     11 8      2    SHANNON MALLY, F, UC DAVIS; Mosey Murgia, F, CSUS; Erica
Grand Canyon                  0 14      0 0       1 18     0    Craven, F, CSUB.
CCAA TOURNAMENT (Carson, Calif.)                                HONORABLE MENTION: Alba Garcia, GK, CSUDH; Breanna
Semifinals, Nov. 7                                               Vaughan, GK, CSUS; Chantel Eastwood, D, CSUDH; Amanda Heins,
    UC San Diego 1, Sonoma State 0                              D, CSSB; Sarah Schopbach, D, UCSD; Erin Keller, D, CSSB; ,Cassie
    Cal St. Dominguez 2, Cal Poly Pomona 1                      Martinez, D, SSU; Diane Philpot, MF, SSU; SITA KUTEIRA, MF, UC
Championship, Nov. 9                                            DAVIS; Kristen Walsh, MF, CSUDH; Sheila Cook, MF, CSUDH; Heather
    UC San Diego 5, Cal St. Dominguez Hills 1                   Moonjian, MF, CSUC.



  STATISTICAL LEADERS
  POINTS                            G Gls Ast     Pts    Avg.   ASSISTS                                   G Ast Avg.
  1. Kristin Jones, UCSD           21 10 12        32    1.52   1. Kristin Jones, UCSD                   21 12 0.57
  2. Amy Swanson, CSUC             20 11    9      31    1.55   2. Michelle McConnell, CPP               18   9 0.50
  3. Michelle McConnell, CPP       18   8   9      25    1.39      Amy Swanson, CSUC                     20   9 0.45
  4. SHANNON MALLY, UC DAVIS       19 10    4      24    1.26      Crystal Howard, SSU                   20   9 0.45
  5. Crystal Howard, SSU           20   7   9      23    1.15   5. Megan Dickey, UCSD                    20   8 0.40
  6. Kelly Cochran, UCSD           22   8   6      22    1.00      Christine Wensel, UCSD                22 8 0.36
  7. Michelle Lopez, CSSB          20   8   5      21    1.05   7. Danielle Ciraulo, CSUS                19 7 0.37
      Chantel Eastwood, CSUDH      23 10    1      21    0.91      Erin Hartmann, SFSU                   20 7 0.35
      Tanya Wilson, CSUDH          23 10    1      21    0.91      Laci Gruner, CSUDH                    22 7 0.32
  10. Mosey Murgia, CSUS           19   7   6      20    1.05
      Megan Dickey, UCSD           20   6   8      20    1.00   GOALS AGAINST AVG.                G    Min GA GAA
                                                                1. Kami Poma, UCSD               16   1270 13 0.92
  GOALS                                    G Gls Avg.           2. Kellie Campbell, SSU          19   1686 18 0.96
  1. Amy Swanson, CSUC                    20 11 0.55            3. KRYSTYN LIZAK, UC DAVIS       19   1696 20 1.06
  2. SHANNON MALLY, UC DAVIS              19 10 0.53            4. Alba Garcia, CSUDH            19   1587 22 1.25
     Kristin Jones, UCSD                  21 10 0.48            5. Breanna Vaughan, CSUS         19   1604 25 1.40
     Tanya Wilson, CSUDH                  23 10 0.43
     Chantel Eastwood, CSUDH              23 10 0.43            SAVES                                     G   No.   Avg.
  6. Michelle McConnell, CPP              18   8 0.44           1. Mandy Cutshall, CSUB                  18   113   6.28
     Michelle Lopez, CSSB                 20   8 0.40           2. Kim Kukla, GCU                        19   109   5.74
     Kristen Conahan, UCSD                22   8 0.36           3. Erin Clark, SFSU                      18   101   5.61
     Kelly Cochran, UCSD                  22   8 0.36           4. Jessica Herrera, CSULA                18   100   5.56
                                                                5. Kim Cathey, CSSB                      19    85   4.47




22                                                                2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER
  Big West Conference Recap
                                  Big West        Overall     PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jennifer Borchich, UCSB (offense);
                              W   L T Pts      W L T          Sierra Simmons, CP (defense)
Cal Poly                      7   0 2 23       18 2 2         GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR: Greta Shirdon, CP
UC Santa Barbara              5   2 2 17       11 6 4
UC Riverside                  5   3 1 16       11 7 3         FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Sharon Day, CP
UC Irvine                     4   2 3 15       10 5 5         COACH OF THE YEAR: Alex Crozier, CP
Long Beach State              5   4 0 15        9 9 0         FIRST TEAM: Jennifer Borcich, F, UCSB; Erin Martin, F, CP; Hayley
Utah State                    4   3 2 14       10 7 2         McNallan, F, UCI; Allison Wiegand, F, LBSU; Kandace Wilson, F, CSF;
Pacific                        3   5 1 10        4 12 2        Kristyn Bright, MF, UCSB; Caroline Kabe, MF, UCI; Krystal Sandza,
Cal St. Fullerton             3   5 1 10        9 8 2         MF, UCSB; Missy Baggaley, D, USU; Sierra Simmons, D, CP; Alyson
Cal St. Northridge            2   7 0 6         4 11 3        Spencer, D, UCI; Kristi Tanaka, D, UCR; Greta Shirdon, GK, CP.
Idaho                         1   8 0 3         3 12 4
                                                              SECOND TEAM: Kelsey Carroll, F, CP; Sharon Day, F, CP; Randi
BIG WEST TOURNAMENT (Irvine, Calif.)                          Johns, F, UCSB; Alma Martinez, F, UCSB; Amber Tracy, F, USU;
Semifinals, Nov. 7                                             Megan Gurney, MF, CP; Stephanie Hedien, MF, CP; Renee Scachetti,
    Cal Poly 2, UC Irvine 0                                   MF, UCR; Shannon DeVos, D, CSN; Marlene Sandoval, D, CSF; Heidi
    UC Santa Barbara 3, UC Riverside 2                        Spink, D, CP; Tawny Poggio, GK, UCR.
Championship, Nov. 9                                          HONORABLE MENTION: Becky Clark, F, CP; Katie Collins, MF,
    Cal Poly 2, UC Santa Barbara 0                            CP; Erica Pryor, MF, CSF; Lauryn Welch, MF, CSF; Vanessa Valentine,
                                                              D, CSF; Laura Janke, GK, CSF; Shanna Wender, D, LBSU; Erin
                                                              Empting, MF, LBSU; Abie Curry, F, LBSU; Tara Weldon, D, UCI; Leah
                                                              Dawson, MF, UCI; Vanessa Chanez, F/MF, UCR; Heather Allen, D,
           Note: UC Davis will become a full-                 UCSB; Molly Martin, D, UCSB; Emily Nelson, MF, UI; Carmen Padilla,
           fledged member Big West Conference                  F, UOP; Gabby Olivares, F, UOP; Sadye Reish, D, UOP; Maggie Bar-
           in 2007-08.                                        sotti, D, UOP; Ally Clegg, MF, USU; Megan Mills, GK, USU; Shaylee
                                                              Hogge Wilson, F, USU.

  STATISTICAL LEADERS
  POINTS                           G Gls Ast     Pts   Avg.   ASSISTS                                  G Ast Avg.
  1. Jennifer Borcich, UCSB       21 13    7      33   1.57   1. Randi Johns, UCSB                     21 8 0.38
  2. Krystal Sandza, UCSB         21 11    5      27   1.29   2. Amber Tracy, USU                      19 7 0.37
  3. Kandace Wilson, CSF          18 10    3      23   1.28   3. Jennifer Borcich, UCSB                21 7 0.33
  4. Kelsey Carroll, CP           22   8   5      21   0.95   4. Sharon Day, CP                        20 6 0.30
  5. Erin Martin, CP              22   9   2      20   0.91   5. Hayley McNallan, UCI                  20 5 0.25
  6. Hayley McNallan, UCI         20   7   5      19   0.95      Krystal Sandza, UCSB                  21 5 0.24
  7. Sharon Day, CP               20   6   6      18   0.90      Kelsey Carroll, CP                    22 5 0.23
     Vanessa Chanez, UCR          21   7   4      18   0.86
  9. Allison Wiegand, LBSU        18   7   3      17   0.94   GOALS AGAINST AVG.                 G    Min GA GAA
     Amber Tracy, USU             19   5   7      17   0.89   1. Liz Hill, CP                   12   1056 6 0.51
                                                              2. Marissa Welliver, UCI          19   1819 16 0.79
  GOALS                                G Gls Avg.             3. Megan Mills, USU               19   1775 16 0.81
  1. Jennifer Borcich, UCSB           21 13 0.62              4. Meghan Hartwyk                 11    925 9 0.88
  2. Krystal Sandza, UCSB             21 11 0.52              5. Tawny Poggio, UCR              20   1737 17 0.88
  3. Kandace Wilson, CSF              18 10 0.56
  4. Erin Martin, CP                  22   9 0.41             SAVES                                     G No. Avg.
  5. Kelsey Carroll, CP               22   8 0.36             1. Tawny Poggio, UCR                     20 119 5.95
  6. Allison Wiegand, LBSU            18   7 0.39             2. Jen Jasper, CSN                       18 100 5.56
      Carmen Padilla, UOP             18   7 0.39             3. Megan Mills, USU                      19 81 4.26
      Hayley McNallan, UCI            20   7 0.35             4. Jamie Considine, UCSB                 21 72 3.43
      Vanessa Chanez, UCR             21   7 0.33             5. Laura Janke, CSF                      19 71 3.74
  10. Leila Pate, CSN                 18   6 0.33
      Emily Nelson, UI                19   6 0.32
      Sharon Day, CP                  20   6 0.30




2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                                                23
 Team Records
Consecutive Wins ..................... 6, from 10/15/91 to 11/6/91
Consecutive Losses .................... 9, from 9/30/89 to 10/20/89
Consecutive Ties ..................... 1, last on 9/5/03 (1-1 at Barry)
Unbeaten Streak ....................... 8, from 9/30/95 to 10/26/95 (6-0-2)
Winless Streak .......................... 12, from 9/30/89 to 11/1/89 (0-11-1)
Consecutive Shutout Wins .......... 3, (2x), last from 10/23/96 to 10/30/96
Consecutive Shutout Losses ......... 5, late 10/27/90 to 9/17/91 (3 in 1991)
Consecutive OT Games ........... 3, from 9/2/98 to 9/9/98
Best Season Start ..................... 6-0-1 in 2002
Worst Season Start ................... 0-4-1 in 1991
Best Goals Avg. ........................ 2.42 (46 goals, 19 games), 1995
Best Goals Against Avg. ............ 0.74 (15 goals, 20 games), 1996
Most Victories ........................... 15 (15-4-1), 1996
Most Losses .............................. 16, 1989
Most Shutout Wins .................... 9, 1996
Most Shutout Losses ................... 10, 1989

SINGLE-GAME GOALS
AGGIES
T1. vs. Cal St. Stanislaus .................. 9/14/99 ...............7-0
T1. vs. Cal St. Stanislaus ................... 10/3/98 ................7-0
T1. at Cal Poly Pomona ..................... 9/8/95 ................7-0
T1. at San Francisco State ................. 11/2/91 ................7-0
T5. vs. San Francisco State................ 9/25/95 ................6-0
T5. at Cal St. Hayward ................... 10/18/95 ................6-1

OPPONENTS
 1. at UC Berkeley ........................... 10/4/89 ................0-6
T2. at UC San Diego ........................ 11/2/01 ................1-5
T2. vs. Pacific ................................ 10/20/97 ................1-5
T2. at Northern Colorado ................. 9/11/92 ................2-5
T2. at Sonoma State ....................... 10/12/91 ................0-5
T2. at Sonoma State ....................... 10/27/90 ................0-5
T2. vs. Cal St. Hayward.................... 11/1/89 ................2-5
T2. vs. Sonoma State ........................ 9/20/89 ................0-5




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  Individual Records
 SINGLE-GAME                                               SHUTOUTS -- INDIVIDUAL
                                                            T1. Kelly Parker, 1998 .........................7
GOALS -- INDIVIDUAL                                         T2. KRYSTYN LIZAK, 2003 .................... 6
 T1. Cynthia Rail ....................................4     T2. Christine Ogden, 2002 ..................6
     vs. Chico, 9/6/2000                                    T2. Christine Ogden, 2001 ..................6
 T1. Jill Micone ......................................4    T2. Amy Armknecht, 1996 ....................6
     vs. Stanislaus, 9/14/99                               GOALS AGAINST AVG -- INDIV.
 T1. Jill Rowland .....................................4     1. Amy Armknecht, 1996 (14/1585)0.79
     at S.F. State, 11/2/91                                  2. Christine Ogden, 2002
 T3. TRISTAN NGOON ..........................3                  .............................. (20/2033) 0.89
     vs. Sonoma, 10/24/00                                    3. Kelly Parker, 1998 (19/1894) ...0.90
 T3. Sarah Siegel ...................................3       4. Kelly Parker, 2000 (13/1223) ....0.96
     vs. Stanislaus, 10/3/98                               SAVES -- INDIVIDUAL
 T3. Laura Whitsitt ..................................3       1 Krista Hull, 1993 (16g) ...............122
     at Pomona, 9/8/95                                        2 Krista Hull, 1991 (14g) ...............101
 T3. Danielle Fagan ................................3         3 Krista Hull, 1992 (20g) ...............100
     vs. Hayward, 10/18/94
 T3. Denise Zalecki ...............................3
     vs. S.F. State, 10/8/91                               CAREER
ASSISTS -- INDIVIDUAL
 T1. Several players tied .......................... 2     GOALS
     last KRISTIN AJA,                                       1. Cynthia Rail, 1999-2002 ..............43
                                                             2. Denise Zalecki, 1991-94 ...............28
        UTAH VALLEY STATE, 11/7/03
                                                            T3. Molly Orton, 1996-99 ..................24
POINTS -- INDIVIDUAL                                        T3. Jill Rowland, 1990-93 ....................24
 T1. Jill Micone .....................................9     T5. TRISTAN NGOON, 2000-03 ............ 21
     vs. Stanislaus (4-1), 9/14/99                          T5. Sabrina McQueen, 1995-98 .........21
                                                           ASSISTS
SEASON                                                       1. Cynthia Rail, 1999-2002 ..............20
GOALS -- INDIVIDUAL                                          2. Erin Malone, 1990-92 ...................16
  1. Cynthia Rail, 2000 .......................14            3. Danielle Fagan, 1994-97 ...............15
 T2. Sarah Siegel, 1998 .....................12             T4. Kim Haskell, 1993-96 ....................14
 T2. Jill Rowland, 1992 ........................12          T4. Laura Whitsitt, 1994-95 .................14
 T4. Shannon Mally, 2003 ................... 10            POINTS
 T4. Cynthia Rail, 2001 ......................10             1. Cynthia Rail, 1999-2002 ............106
 T4. Jill Micone, 1999 .........................10           2. Denise Zalecki, 1991-94 ................65
 T4. Cynthia Rail, 1999 ......................10             3. Molly Orton, 1996-99 ..................60
ASSISTS -- INDIVIDUAL                                        4. Jill Rowland, 1990-93 ....................58
 T1. Cynthia Rail, 2001 ......................10             5. Sabrina McQueen, 1995-98 .........53
 T1. Laura Whitsitt, 1995 .....................10          SHUTOUTS
  3. Erin Malone, 1991 .........................9            1. Kelly Parker, 1997-00 ...................17
  4. Kim Haskell, 1996 ..........................7           2. Amy Armknecht, 1993-96 ..............14
 T5. Several players tied ........................6          3. Christine Ogden, 1999-2002 ........13
     last Carly Braoddus, 2002                               4. Krista Hull, 1991-93 ......................10
POINTS -- INDIVIDUAL                                       GOALS AGAINST AVG.
  1. Cynthia Rail, 2000 (14-4) ..............32            (Min 2 years & 2,000 mins.)
  2. Cynthia Rail, 2001 (10-10) ............30               1. Christine Ogden, 1999-2002 .....0.96
 T3. Sarah Siegel, 1998 (12-3) ............27                2. Amy Armknecht, 1993-96 ...........1.06
 T3. Jill Rowland, 1992 (12-3) ..............27              3. Kelly Parker, 1997-00 ................1.09
 T5. Jill Micone, 1999 (10-6) ...............26            SAVES
 T5. Laura Whitsitt, 1995 (8-10)............26               1. Krista Hull, 1991-93 ....................323
                                                             2. Amy Armknecht, 1993-96 ............223
                                                             3. Kelly Parker, 1997-00 .................205

2004 UC DAVIS WOMEN’S SOCCER                                                                             25
        THIS IS

    ACADEMICS                                          ACTIVITIES
          UC Davis comprises three colleges                  On campus, UC Davis students can rally
    (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences,            around the highly successful athletics depart-
    Engineering, Letters & Science), five profes-       ment by joining the Aggie Pack spirit organi-
    sional schools (Education, Law, Management,        zation, or enjoy a first-class performance at
    Medicine, Veterinary Medicine) plus the Divi-      the Robert & Magrit Mondavi Center for the
    sion of Biological Sciences.                       Performing Arts.
          With 103 undergraduate majors and 80               The university also offers hundreds of
    graduate programs, the university offers the       student clubs and organizations, including
    most expansive and diverse range of academ-        cultural clubs, fraternities and sororities,
    ics among any of the University of California      faith-based organizations and the Associated
    campuses. Additionally, students also have the     Students of UC Davis student government.
    opportunity to combine majors or customize               For the active Aggie, students may par-
    their field of study by creating an individual      ticipate in the diverse intramural sports pro-
    major.                                             gram or join one of the 30-plus sports clubs.
          For those interested in graduate degrees     In 2004, the Activities & Recreation Center
    – whether it be a master’s degree or a doctorate   (ARC) opened its doors, providing the campus
    – UC Davis offers advising services to help stu-   with its own state-of-the-art fitness venue.
    dents craft their education toward those goals.          In April, UC Davis hosts Picnic Day, an
    An estimated 86 percent of UC Davis students       annual student-run open house. The popular
    applying to graduate schools earn acceptance       event showcases all that the campus has to
    to either their first or second choices.            offer, attracting students, staff, faculty, par-
                                                       ents, alumni and members of the surrounding
    RANKINGS                                           communities.
                      r
          UC Davis ranks 11th among public
    universities, according to U.S. News & World       GETTING AROUND
    Report, and 16th by the National Research            Nestled just southwest of Sacramento,
              Furthe
    Council. Furthermore, the National Science     the city of Davis rests just 15 minutes from
    Foundation places the university 15th in the   an international airport, and contains a down-
    nation in research funding, and Money maga-    town station serviced by Greyhound and
    zine considered UC Davis as one of the West’s  Amtrak. Centrally located in the Sacramento
    top “best buys”.                               Valley, the town sits equally close to both the
          Additionally, the Gourman Report rated   finest ski resorts and the Pacific Ocean’s top
    the genetics department at No. 1, while U.S.   beaches.
    News & World Report ranked the College of            Within Davis and its neighboring towns,
    Engineering as No. 13 among its peers.         both Yolobus and the student-operated Uni-
                                                   trans bus systems offer free transportation to
    COMMUNITY                                      registered undergraduates.
                                                         The town boasts more bicycles per capita
                                  app
          With a population of approximately 60
                                                   than any other city in the nation. More than
    thousand, Davis is widwidely known for being
                                                   50 miles of bike paths make the entire town
    a safe, active and socially innovative com-
                                                   conducive to both riders and pedestrians.
    munity.
          The downtown area boasts a multitude
    of specialty shops, restaurants, theaters and
    art galleries; while the city’s numerous parks        www.ucdavis.edu
    offer recreational opportunities for active
    students.




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UC Davis offers more than 100 undergraduate majors – the
widest variety of any University of California campus.

Aeronautical Science and Engineering    Computational Applied Science              Japanese
African American & African Studies      Computer Engineering                       Landscape Architecture
Agricultural Systems and Environment    Computer Science                           Linguistics
American Studies                        Computer Science & Engineering             Managerial Economics
Animal Biology                          Crop Science & Management                  Materials Science & Engineering
Animal Science                          Design                                     Mathematics
Animal Science & Management             Dramatic Art                               Mechanical Engineering
Anthropology                            East Asian Studies                         Medieval Studies
Applied Physics                         Economics                                  Microbiology
Art History                             Electrical Engineering                     Music
Art Studio                              English                                    Native American Studies
Asian American Studies                  Entomology                                 Natural Sciences
Atmospheric Science                     Environmental & Resource Sciences          Nature & Culture
Avian Sciences                          Environmental Biology & Management         Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior
Biochemical Engineering                 Environmental Horticulture & Urban         Nutrition Science
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology        Forestry                                   Optical Science & Engineering
Biological Science                      Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning   Philosophy
Biological Systems Engineering          Environmental Toxicology                   Physics
Biomedical Engineering                  Evolution, Ecology & Biodiversity          Plant Biology
Biotechnology                           Exercise Biology                           Political Science
Cell Biology                            Fiber & Polymer Science                    Psychology
Chemical Engineering                    Film Studies                               Religious Studies
Chemical Engineering/Material Science   Food Science                               Russian
Engineering                             French                                     Sociology
Chemistry                               Genetics                                   Soil & Water Science
Chicana/Chicano Studies                 Geology                                    Spanish
Chinese                                 German                                     Statistics
Civil Engineering                       History                                    Textiles & Clothing
Classical Civilization                  Human Development                          Viticulture & Enology
Clinical Nutrition                      Hydrology                                  Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology
Communication                           International Agricultural Development     Women and Gender Studies
Community & Regional Development        International Relations
Comparative Literature                  Italian




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           SERVING THE
           UC DAVIS STUDENT-ATHLETE
       STUDENT-ATHLETE
       GUIDANCE SERVICES
       204 Hickey Gym • (530) 752-3259

            UC Davis ranks among the lead-         a major advisor (if the student has a de-
      ers in NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship         clared major). Although appointments
      Awards and Academic All-District/Amer-       with the athletic academic advisors are
      ica honorees. Student-Athlete Guidance       not mandatory at UC Davis, student-
      Services deserves much of the credit for     athletes might choose to see their athletic
      these accomplishments.                       academic advisor for issues including:
            The SAGS office started in 1988
      with a single staff member serving as a      • Balancing academic and athletic expectations
      centralized resource for academic advis-     • General education (GE) requirements
      ing, eligiblity information and campus       • Dropping/adding courses
      referrals. The office has since expanded      • Time management/study skills
      to include additional academic advisors,     • Assistance completing the mandatory Academic
      an athletic aid coordinator, an assistant        Plan Form
      eligibility coordinator and an admin-        • Study hall for student-athletes
      istrative assistant. It is headed by Pam     • Personal issues that affect academic perfor-
      Gill-Fisher, senior associate director of        mance
      athletics.                                   • Choosing a major/career
            The SAGS office provides a range        • Declaring or changing a major
      of services to student-athletes on all 26    • Campus resources
      intercollegiate athletics teams, including   • Exploration of opportunities beyond athletics
      assistance with course and major selec-      • Preparation for graduate programs
      tion as well as interpretation and clarifi-   • Preparation and application for NCAA Post-
      cation of eligibility rules and issues.          graduate Scholarships and other national
            UC Davis student-athletes typi-            awards
      cally have a minimum of three academic
      advisors: an athletic academic advisor
      assigned by sport, a college advisor, and




                                                   Michelle Roppeau
                                                   Director of Athletic
                                                   Academic Advising




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ATHLETIC TRAINING/
SPORTS MEDICINE
Dick Lewis Training Room (115 Hickey Gym) • (530) 752-0647
The Pavilion Training Room • (530) 752-7515

     Known collectively as “The Healer                                       as well as any medical or allied medical
of Champions”, the UC Davis athletic                                         profession.
training staff comprises four full-time                                           The ARC Pavilion training room
certified athletic trainers, a full-time                                     contains extensive resources and equip-
physical therapist/certified athletic train-                                  ment for the rehabilitation of injured
er and approximately 24 student athletic                                     athletes. The staff physical therapist is
trainers. Together, they are responsible                                     headquartered there as well.
for providing medical care to the 800-
plus student-athletes that compose UC
Davis’ 26 varsity teams.
     The student athletic trainers serve
two to three years with the program,
logging in more than 1,500 hours and
gaining valuable clinical education in a
hands-on environment. The internship
is ideal for any student interested in a
graduate program in athletic training,


                                       Jeff Hogan
                              Head Athletic Trainer


   OTHER RESOURCES
   Cowell Student Health Center .................................................................................................... 752-2300
     Peer Counselors In Athletics (PCA) ........................................................................................... 754-7103
   Internship & Career Center ........................................................................................................ 752-2855
   Learning Skills Center ............................................................................................................... 752-2013
   Student Employment Center ...................................................................................................... 752-0520
   Counseling Center .................................................................................................................... 752-0871
   The House (Peer Counseling) ..................................................................................................... 752-2790
   Cross Cultural Center ................................................................................................................ 752-4287
   Education Abroad Center ........................................................................................................... 752-3014
   Student Disability Center ........................................................................................................... 752-3184
   International House ................................................................................................................. 753-5007
   Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Resource Center ................................................................... 752-2452
   Women’s Resource & Research Center ......................................................................................... 752-3372

   FINANCIAL SUPPORT
   Undergraduate Scholarship Office ............................................................................................... 752-2804
   Financial Aid Office .................................................................................................................. 752-2390
   Dean Witter Fund Residential Services ......................................................................................... 752-2033
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   HOME OF THE AGGIES

     The palatial Activites & Recreation                                              ACTIVITIES &
         Center (ARC) opened its doors
   during the spring of 2004, offering a
                                                                               RECREATION CENTER
   wide array of fitness areas, including
     full-size basketball courts, a multi-
   use activity center for indoor soccer
     or hockey, a running/jogging track,
        weight rooms, aerobics facilities,
      squash and racquetball courts and
        a rock-climbing wall. Additional
    amenities include a wellness center,
      student lounges and opportunities
     for conferences and special events.




                                                        The ARC adjoins the Pavilion (left), formerly
                                                        known as Recreation Hall, the home venue
                                                        for UC Davis basketball, volleyball, wrestling
                                                        and gymnastics, as well as concerts and special
                                                        events. With a seating capacity of nearly 8,000,
                                                        the Pavilion ranks as one of the largest on-cam-
                                                        pus arenas in Northern California.
THE PAVILION



       Recognized in 1999 as “Softball Field of
                                                  LA RUE FIELD
         the Year” by the Sports Turf Managers
          Association, La Rue Field hosted five
           NCAA West Region Softball Cham-
          pionships in the past decade. Recent
       additions include batting cages, covered
            dugouts and improved press areas.




       SCHAAL AQUATICS CENTER


                                                                          In January of 2004, the Ted & Rand
                                                                          Schaal Aquatics Center hosted its
                                                                          first event. The complex features an
                                                                          Olympic-sized pool, locker rooms,
                                                                          team rooms, office space and perma-
                                                                          nent seating for approximately 500
                                                                          spectators. The aquatics center will
                                                                          allow UC Davis to host champion-
                                                                          ship events, such as this year’s
                                                                          Western Water Polo Association
                                                                          championships.



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             AGGIE FIELD                                                                    (lef
                                                                          Both Aggie Field (left), the home
                                                                          of soccer and lacrosse, and the
                                                                          James M. & Ann Dobbins Baseball
                                                                                    (
                                                                          Complex (below) were the result of
                                                                          volunteer efforts dating back to the
                                                                          mid-1980s.




                                                                             DOBBINS BASEBALL COMPLEX



                       Dobbins boasts one of the finest playing
                  services in Northern California. In 2002, the
                      stadium was enhanced to include a press
                     box, a renovated entrance and permanent
                                concession/restroom facilities.




     TOOMEY WEIGHT ROOM                                           UC Davis student-athletes welcomed the
                                                                  expanded weight room, located inside Toomey
                                                                  Field. In addition to nearly tripling in size the
                                                                  previous facility, the upgrade also included all
                                                                  new equipment, restrooms and office space.




              Built in the 1950s, Toomey Field has
        hosted numerous championship events for
        football, track & field and lacrosse. During
        the 2000 Olympic Trials, standouts Marion                                 TOOMEY FIELD &
              Jones and Michael Johnson used the                             WOODY WILSON TRACK
         Woody Wilson Track as a practice facility.




FUTURE GAMES
In the upcoming years, UC Davis Athletics will see                                                  Note: each drawing
the opening of two first-class athletics facilities. The                                             represents a concept for
                                                                                                    full build-out. Designs are
Marya Welch Tennis Center (left), an upgrade of the
                                                                                                    subject to change.
existing Hickey Tennis Courts, began construction in
2004. Long-term plans for the tennis venue include
grandstand seating with restroom/concessions.

Aggie football and women’s lacrosse will move to a multi-purpose stadium,
located adjacent to the Schaal Aquatics Center, as early as the 2006-07
academic year. Initial concept designs call for seating of 10 to 15 thousand
spectators, which an eventual build-out to as many as 30,000.

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                                                        TRANSITION
                                                        TO DIVISION I
                                                  On March 11, 2003,                               ship in 2007-08.
                                            UC Davis made a historic                                     UC Davis will compete in the Big West
                                            move in its storied inter-                             Conference in baseball, men’s and women’s
                                            collegiate athletics history                           basketball, men’s and women’s cross country,
                                            when Chancellor Larry                                  men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s
                                            Vanderhoef announced                                   soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swim-
                                            that the university would                              ming & diving, men’s and women’s ten-
                                            reclassify from NCAA Di-                               nis, men’s and women’s track & field and
                          vision II to NCAA Division I status and join                             women’s volleyball. Football is a charter
                          the Big West Conference. The announce-                                   member of the Great West Football Confer-
                          ment came after much disussion by campus                                 ence, women’s rowing is a member of the
                          administrators, faculty, staff and students, as                          Western Independent Rowing Association,
                          well as alumni and the local community.                                  men’s and women’s water polo will remain
                                Additionally, UC Davis undergradu-                                 in the Western Water Polo Association and
                          ate students passed the Campus Expansion                                 women’s lacrosse will continue play in the
                          Initiative, which will help fund the Aggies’                             Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.
                          growing athletics grant-in-aid program.                                        Women’s gymnastics and men’s wres-
                                UC Davis, which began its four-year                                tling – already classified as Division I pro-
                          transition to Division I last fall, will start                           grams – will continue their participation
                          some competition in the Big West in 2004-05                              in the MPSF and Pacific-10 Conference,
                          and is scheduled for full Division I member-                             respectively.


Good News                      2003-04                             2004-05                               2005-06                              2006-07
The light at the          Provisional First Year              Provisional Second Year              Provisional Third Year               Provisional Fourth Year
end of the tunnel         • Compliance with all minimum       • Full compliance with all Divi-     • Attendance at the NCAA             • Successfully complete an NCAA
brightened when              contests and participation          sion I legislation and member-       Convention.                          athletics certification self-study
the NCAA Division I          requirements for sports             ship requirements, including                                              and evaluation visit.
Board of Directors                                                                                 • Attendance at a meeting to
                             sponsorship set forth in Bylaw      scholarship minimums and             be conducted at the NCAA          • Attendance at the NCAA
approved legislation         20.9.3.3 (contests and              Division I scheduling.
which will make                                                                                       convention to discuss issues         Convention.
                             number of participants).         • Attendance at NCAA                    impacting Division I members.
Aggies eligible to win                                                                                                                  • Attendance at a meeting
automatic berths to       • Submit a formal application          convention.                          Institutional representatives        conducted at the NCAA
NCAA Championships           and fee.                         • Attendance at NCAA meeting            required to attend the               Convention to discuss issues
beginning their first      • Submit a revised strategic           at the convention to discuss         meeting are the CEO, AD,             impacting Division I members.
active year of Division      plan based on the previously        issues impacting Division I.         SWA, FAR, and Compliance
                                                                                                      Coordinator.                      • Submit an annual report and
I membership in              submitted plan.                  • Submit an annual report and                                                updated strategic plan by
2007-08. The Big                                                                                   • Completion of an NCAA
                          • Apply Division I legislation to      updated strategic plan by                                                 June 30, 2007 based on
West Conference-                                                                                      athletics certification orienta-
                             the greatest extent possible.       June 30 based on feedback                                                 feedback received from the
sponsored NCAA                                                                                        tion visit.
                          • Attendance at the NCAA               received from the previous                                                previous years review.
2003-13 passed in
                             Convention.                         year.                             • Completion of a compliance         • The CEI reaches its full
August of 2004.
                                                              • Considered Division I for sched-      review conducted by the na-          implementation. The athletics-
                          • Attendance at an orientation                                              tional office and submission of
Under previous legisla-      session.                            uling against opponents.                                                  designated portion increases
                                                                                                      a report with an institutional       to generate an estimated
tion, the Aggies would                                        • Total athletics grant-in-aid
                          • Submit an annual report and                                               response of findings.                 total of $4.26 million in
have been ineligible                                             increases to approximately
to win any automatic         updated strategic plan.                                               • Submit an annual report and           grants-in-aid.
                                                                 $2.5 million.
berth awarded to the      • Considered Division II in                                                 updated strategic plan by
Big West Conference          scheduling against Division I    • The portion of the CEI fees
                                                                 designated for athletics
                                                                                                      June 30 based on feedback               2007-08
until 2009-10. For           opponents, Division I against                                            received from the previous
men’s basketball, the        Division II opponents.              increases to generate an             year’s annual report.             First Year of Division I
wait was eight years,                                            estimated total of $2.03                                               • All teams become eligible
                          • The Campus Expansion                 million in grants-in-aid.         • The portion of the CEI fees des-
meaning the Aggies                                                                                    ignated for athletics increases        for conference and NCAA
                             Initiative takes effect,
would not be able                                                                                     to contribute an estimated             championships.
                             contributing an estimated
to win an automatic                                                                                   total of $3.17 million for        • Teams become eligible to win
                             total of $999,000 – toward
berth until 2015-16.                                                                                  athletics grants-in-aid.               Big West automatic berths
                             athletics grants-in-aid.
                                                                                                                                             to NCAA championships.


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