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					BGSU WOMEN’S SOCCER 2007

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                                                                                                      UNIVERSITY/ATHLETIC DEPT.
  TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                   S
                                                                                                      School
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                                                                                                                        Bowling Green State University
                                                                                                                     Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0030
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                                                                                                      Founded                                    1910
  The 2007 Season                                                                                     Enrollment
                                                                                                      E                                        21,132
  Rosters                                2                                                            Nickname
                                                                                                      N                                       Falcons
  Season Outlook/Notes                 3-5                                                            C
                                                                                                      Colors                         Orange & Brown
  The Coaching Staff                                                                                  A
                                                                                                      Affiliation                     NCAA Division I
  Head Coach Andy Richards             6-7                                                            C
                                                                                                      Conference                Mid-American (MAC)
  Assistant Coaches                      8                                                            Home Facility
                                                                                                      H                                Cochrane Field
                                                                                                      Press Box Phone
                                                                                                      P                                  419.372.0550
  The Players
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                                                                                                      President                  Dr. Sidney A. Ribeau
  Student-Athlete Bios                9-29
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                                                                                                      Faculty Representative          Dr. Lee Meserve
  Opponents / The MAC                                                                                 Director of Athletics
                                                                                                      D                              Greg Christopher
  2007 Opponents                     30-31      H
                                                HISTORY                                               A
                                                                                                      Associate AD/SWA                     Janna Blais
  Series Information                 31-32      First Year of Women’s Soccer
                                                F                                            1997     Athletics Dept. Phone              419.372.2401
  The Mid-American Conference           33      All-Time Varsity Record
                                                A                               90-103-16 (.469)
  MAC Standings & History            34-36      A
                                                All-Time MAC Record              47-51-11 (.482)      COACHING STAFF
  Falcon Women’s Soccer History                 MAC Regular-Season Titles
                                                M                                        1 (2005)     Head Coach                       Andy Richards
  Year-by-Year Results               37-38      MAC Tournament Appearances
                                                M                                                     Alma Mater
  Year-by-Year Statistics            39-48             7 (1998-2000-2002-2003-2004-2005-2006)               Sheffield City Polytechnic [England], 1989
  Letterwinners                         49      MAC Tournament Semifinal Appearances
                                                M                                                     Office Phone                        419.372.9602
  All-Decade Team                    50-51                   6 (1998-2000-2002-2003-2004-2005)        E-Mail                          arich@bgsu.edu
  Uniform Numerology                    52      MAC Tourn. Championship Appearances
                                                M                                                     Record at BGSU (years)         71-69-12 (seven)
  Honors & Awards                    53-55                              4 (2000-2003-2004-2005)       Career Record (years)          71-69-12 (seven)
  Cochrane Soccer Stadium            56-57      MAC Tournament Titles
                                                M                                  2 (2004-2005)      Assistant Coach                     Scott Gloden
  Career Statistics                  58-59      MAC Tournament Record
                                                M                                     9-5-3 (.618)    Alma Mater                      Michigan, 1998
  Individual & Team Records          60-67      NCAA Championships Appearances
                                                N                                                     Office Phone                        419.372.9617
  This is BGSU                                                                     2 (2004-2005)      E-Mail                       sgloden@bgsu.edu
  Bowling Green State University      68-70     NCAA Championships Record
                                                N                                     0-2-0 (.000)    Assistant Coach                  Britt Anderson
  Dr. Sidney A. Ribeau                   71                                                           Alma Mater                 Bowling Green, 2007
  Athletics Director Greg Christopher    72     T
                                                TEAM INFORMATION
                                                2006 Overall Record
                                                2                                  10-10-0 (.500)     ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
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                                                2006 MAC Record                       7-4-0 (.636)    Interim Director                   Mike Cihon #
                                                Conference Finish
                                                C                                 Tie-Third of 12     Office Phone                        419.372.0474
                                                MAC Tournament Results
                                                M                            Lost in Quarterfinals     Office Fax                          419.372.6015
                                                Letterwinners Returning                         17    E-Mail                        mjcihon@bgsu.edu
                                                Letterwinners Lost                               3    Assistant Director                   Dave Meyer
                                                Starters Returning                               9    Interim Assistant Director           Erin Schorr
                                                Starters Lost                                    2    Graduate Assistant         Stephanie Sabaduquia
                                                                                                      Graduate Assistant                 Kevin Shields
                                                                                                      Mailing Address               Perry Stadium East
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                                                                                                      Athletics Website             BGSUFalcons.com
                                                                                                      # women’s soccer contact

                                                                                                      2007 MEDIA GUIDE
                                                                                                      • The 2007 Bowling Green State University Women’s
                                                                                                      Soccer Media Guide is a production of the BGSU Athletic
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                                                                                                      Communications Office in conjunction with the BGSU
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                                                                                                      Women’s Soccer Office
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                                                                                                      edited by women’s soccer SID Mike Cihon
                                                                                                      • Primary photography by the BGSU Office of Marketing
                                                                                                      and Communications (Craig Bell, Brad Phalin and Aaron
                                                                                                      Stevenson)
                                                                                                      • Other photography by Molly Bremen, Mike Cihon,
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                                                                                                      Larry Clapper Photography, Zolton Cohen, Kathy Coppes,
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                                                                                                      Amanda Decker, Steve Garner (Associated Press/Sen-
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                                                                                                      tinel-Tribune), Abby Habicht, Jeff Hall, Gene Harney,
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                                                                                                      Perry McIntyre, Jr., Mike Metzger, Erin Mowrey, Ohio
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                                                                                                      University Media Services, J.D. Pooley and Ellen Sipp
The 2007 Falcons. Front row (left to right): Stacey Lucas, Carolyn Nesline, Danielle Cygan,
Jen Czapka, Tiernay Tilford, Alicia Almond, Meagan Moran. Middle Row: Assistant Coach Britt           • Cover design and layout by Seth Iiames
Anderson, Corbie Yee, Kaitlyn Kobe, Faith Juillerat, Rachael Ross, Brianne Eisenhard, Katie           • Printed by The Hubbard Company; Defiance, Ohio.
Stephenson, Susan Hunter, Sarah Haferkamp, Ashley Lintz, Trainer Jenade Holloway. Back
Row: Head Coach Andy Richards, Samantha Bland, Gina Rossi, Kristin McDonald, Christy
Zabek, Alexa Arsenault, Tiffany Hansen, Colleen Kordan, Kayleigh Zajaros, Jackie Tamerlano,
Assistant Coach Scott Gloden.
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                 2007 BGSU ROSTERS & PRONUNCIATIONS

NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO.   NAME (PRONUNCIATION)                          POS.     CL./EL.      HOMETOWN (H.S./PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
 0    Christy Zabek (ZAH-bek) **                    GK       Jr./Jr.      Hendersonville, Tenn. (Hendersonville)
 1    Tiffany Hansen *#                             GK       Sr./Sr.      Lexington, Ohio (Lexington) (U. of Louisville)
 2    Carolyn Nesline                               M        So./So.      Worthington, Ohio (Thomas Worthington) (Butler U.)
 3    Alicia Almond                                 M        Fr./Fr.      Findlay, Ohio (Findlay)
 4    Rachael Ross ***#                             M        Sr./Sr.      Perrysburg, Ohio (Perrysburg)
 5    Colleen Kordan (kor-DAN) *                    D        So./So.      Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville)
 6    Corbie Yee **                                 F        Jr./Jr.      Berea, Ohio (Berea)
 7    Jackie Tamerlano                              F/M      Fr./Fr.      North Royalton, Ohio (North Royalton)
 8    Kayleigh Zajaros (zuh-JAR-ohs) *              M        So./So.      Bay Village, Ohio (Bay)
 9    Stacey Lucas *                                F        So./So.      Huber Heights, Ohio (Wayne)
10    Jen Czapka (CHAP-kuh) *                       M        So./So.      Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary Catholic Secondary)
11    Kaitlyn Kobe (KOH-bee) *                      D        So./So.      Solon, Ohio (Solon)
12    Gina Rossi **                                 F        Sr./Jr.      Powell, Ohio (Bishop Watterson)
13    Susan Hunter **                               D        Jr./Jr.      Sidney, Ohio (Sidney)
14    Samantha Bland *                              D        So./So.      Hilliard, Ohio (Darby)
15    Sarah Haferkamp                               D/M      Fr./Fr.      St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway West)
16    Brianne Eisenhard **                          M        Jr./Jr.      West Chester, Ohio (Lakota West)
17    Danielle Cygan (SEE-gan) ***#                 F        Sr./Sr.      North Royalton, Ohio (Padua)
19    Tiernay Tilford (TEER-nay) ***#               D        Sr./Sr.      Longmont, Colo. (Longmont)
20    Faith Juillerat (jool-er-ET) *                F        So./So.      Mason, Ohio (Mason)
21    Kristin McDonald **                           F        Jr./Jr.      Troy, Ohio (Troy)
22    Katie Stephenson                              M        Fr./Fr.      Lexington, Ohio (Lexington)
23    Ashley Lintz                                  D        Fr./Fr.      Mason, Ohio (Mason)
24    Meagan Moran                                  M/F      Fr./Fr.      Beavercreek, Ohio (Beavercreek)
25    Alexa Arsenault (AR-suh-no)                   GK       So./Fr.      Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada (St. Theresa of Lisieux)

Head Coach: Andy Richards (Sheffield City Polytechnic [England], 1989) – eighth year
Assistant Coach: Scott Gloden (Michigan, 1998) – first year
Assistant Coach: Britt Anderson (Bowling Green, 2007) – first year
* letters earned              # 2007 Team Captains

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO.   NAME (PRONUNCIATION)                          POS.     CL./EL.      HOMETOWN (H.S./PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
 3    Alicia Almond                                 M        Fr./Fr.      Findlay, Ohio (Findlay)
25    Alexa Arsenault (AR-suh-no)                   GK       So./Fr.      Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada (St. Theresa of Lisieux)
14    Samantha Bland *                              D        So./So.      Hilliard, Ohio (Darby)
17    Danielle Cygan (SEE-gan) ***#                 F        Sr./Sr.      North Royalton, Ohio (Padua)
10    Jen Czapka (CHAP-kuh) *                       M        So./So.      Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary Catholic Secondary)
16    Brianne Eisenhard **                          M        Jr./Jr.      West Chester, Ohio (Lakota West)
15    Sarah Haferkamp                               D/M      Fr./Fr.      St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway West)
 1    Tiffany Hansen *#                             GK       Sr./Sr.      Lexington, Ohio (Lexington) (U. of Louisville)
13    Susan Hunter **                               D        Jr./Jr.      Sidney, Ohio (Sidney)
20    Faith Juillerat (jool-er-ET) *                F        So./So.      Mason, Ohio (Mason)
11    Kaitlyn Kobe (KOH-bee) *                      D        So./So.      Solon, Ohio (Solon)
 5    Colleen Kordan (kor-DAN) *                    D        So./So.      Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville)
23    Ashley Lintz                                  D        Fr./Fr.      Mason, Ohio (Mason)
 9    Stacey Lucas *                                F        So./So.      Huber Heights, Ohio (Wayne)
21    Kristin McDonald **                           F        Jr./Jr.      Troy, Ohio (Troy)
24    Meagan Moran                                  M/F      Fr./Fr.      Beavercreek, Ohio (Beavercreek)
 2    Carolyn Nesline                               M        So./So.      Worthington, Ohio (Thomas Worthington) (Butler U.)
 4    Rachael Ross ***#                             M        Sr./Sr.      Perrysburg, Ohio (Perrysburg)
12    Gina Rossi **                                 F        Sr./Jr.      Powell, Ohio (Bishop Watterson)
22    Katie Stephenson                              M        Fr./Fr.      Lexington, Ohio (Lexington)
 7    Jackie Tamerlano                              F/M      Fr./Fr.      North Royalton, Ohio (North Royalton)
19    Tiernay Tilford (TEER-nay) ***#               D        Sr./Sr.      Longmont, Colo. (Longmont)
 6    Corbie Yee **                                 F        Jr./Jr.      Berea, Ohio (Berea)
 0    Christy Zabek (ZAH-bek) **                    GK       Jr./Jr.      Hendersonville, Tenn. (Hendersonville)
 8    Kayleigh Zajaros (zuh-JAR-ohs) *              M        So./So.      Bay Village, Ohio (Bay)

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SEASON OUTLOOK / NOTES *

* a few items to (hopefully) help you, the media member, in your coverage of the Falcons this fall


THE YOUNGSTERS, YEAR TWO ...
  Last August, no one could have blamed Bowling Green State University women’s soccer head coach Andy
Richards if he called one of his players by the wrong name.
  After winning the Mid-American Conference regular-season and tournament titles with a senior-dominated
team in 2005, Richards opened training camp in ’06 with no fewer than 12 newcomers – including 11 fresh-
men – on his 24-player roster.
  Richards guided that youthful group to an overall record of 10-10-0, and BGSU finished in a third-place tie
in the MAC standings with a 7-4 league slate. The Falcons advanced to the MAC Tournament for the fifth
consecutive year.
  Now, of course, those wide-eyed newcomers of ‘06 are sage veterans in ‘07. Richards and his staff, which
includes assistant coaches Scott Gloden and Britt Anderson, hope to mold the experience of 17 returning
letterwinners with the talents of this year’s crop of newcomers to make a return to the top of the conference.
  And, to be honest, the Falcons were not very far away from doing a great deal of damage in last season’s
MAC race. BGSU, despite struggling to score goals for most of the campaign, posted the second-best
league winning percentage in the history of the program. The Falcons’ MAC finish also was the second best
since the inception of the program a decade ago.
  BG is putting some streaks together, helping to realize Richards’ goal of being a perennial contender for
MAC hardware. The Falcons have posted back-to-back winning records in MAC play for the first time ever.
Additionally, Richards and Company have posted three consecutive seasons of double-digit wins for the first
time ever. These are just some of the reasons for optimism as the Falcon head coach enters his eighth year at
the helm.


WHO’S BACK?                                                        OH SO CLOSE
  Pretty much everyone. BGSU loses the services of                     This note speaks to the parity in the Mid-American
Lindsay Carter, last year’s lone senior, who had a solid           Conference in 2006, as well as to how close the Falcons
four-year career for the Brown and Orange. Several other           were to the top of the league ... in regular-season play,
players also do not return to the 2007 squad, but the Fal-         BGSU went a perfect 4-0-0 against the four schools that
cons, as mentioned, do return 17 letterwinners, including          advanced to the semifinal round of the MAC Tournament
nine starters, from a season ago.                                  ... the Falcons outscored those opponents (Kent State, Mi-
  The returning Falcons combined for no less than 100              ami, Northern Illinois and Toledo) by a combined 6-0 in
percent of the team’s goals, nearly 71% of the total as-           those four contests ... those teams all went on the road and
sists and over 90% of the overall points amassed by last           pulled quarterfinal-round upsets in the league tourney.
season’s club. Additionally, the two goalkeepers that
combined to play every second of every match in goal               THE FALCONS ARE ...
both return.                                                         Entering the 2007 season, BGSU has records of ...
                                                                      • 90-103-16 all-time;
THOSE WHO STAY PLAY FOR TITLES                                        • 47-51-11 in MAC regular-season matches;
  The BGSU women’s soccer program enters its 11th                     • 24-17-2 overall and 17-7-2 vs. MAC schools over the
season in 2007. Through the first decade, every player              last two seasons (including regular-season and tournament
who has stayed with the program all four years has been            matches);
a part of at least one team that has advanced to the MAC              • 44-46-8 in home games;
Tournament’s championship match.                                      • 38-48-4 in road contests;
                                                                      • 9-5-3 in MAC Tournament matches;
GOALS HARD TO COME BY (AT BOTH                                        • 5-1-1 in the quarterfinals of the league tourney; and
ENDS OF THE FIELD)                                                    • 2-1-2 in MAC tourney games at Cochrane Field.
   BGSU struggled at times to score goals in 2006 ... at
the other end of the field, however, the Brown and Orange           NEW FACES FOR 2007
surrendered a school record-low 26 goals in 20 games, for              The Falcons will welcome several new faces to the
a goals-against average of 1.30 ... that GAA is the second         coaching staff for the 2007 season ... Scott Gloden was
lowest in school history ... in MAC action, the Brown and          named assistant coach in May, coming to BGSU after
Orange gave up only 10 goals – also a school record low            three seasons as an assistant coach at Saint Francis (Pa.)
– in the 11 matches ... BG had a GAA of only 0.91 (an-             ... Gloden, a native of Traverse City, Mich., is a 1998
other record) in MAC play ... the Falcon defensive corps           graduate of the University of Michigan ... Britt Anderson,
posted a record 10 shutouts in 2006.                               a former Falcon standout on the pitch, will be on the side-
                                                                   lines in ‘07 as an assistant ... Anderson was a senior on the
                                                                   2005 BGSU team that won the MAC’s regular-season and
                                                                   tournament titles ... she still ranks fifth in career scoring at
                                                                   the University, with 49 points.

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                   SEASON OUTLOOK / NOTES

17 LETTERWINNERS COULD SPELL SUCCESS
The Falcons have a total of 17 returning letterwinners in 2007 ... only
two other times have the Brown and Orange welcomed back so many
                                                                               2007 ROSTER BREAKDOWN
familiar faces ... the 2000 team, Andy Richards’ initial squad, also had 17    LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (17)
letterwinners back from the prior season ... the 2004 Falcons welcomed         Name                     Pos.    Yr.      MP/MS      G-A=Pts.
back 19 letterwomen, the most in program history ... the 2000 team             Samantha Bland *         D       So.      16/13      1-1=3
became BGSU’s first to advance to the championship match of the MAC             Danielle Cygan *         F       Sr.      20/19      3-4=10
                                                                               Jen Czapka               M       So.      10/1       0-0=0
Tournament, while the ‘04 team won the league tourney, the first title in
                                                                               Brianne Eisenhard *      M       Jr.      20/16      3-2=8
program history.
                                                                               Tiffany Hansen #         GK      Sr.      13/13      53 svs., 1.74 gaa
                                                                               Susan Hunter *           D       Jr..     20/14      0-0=0
2006 AWARD WINNERS                                                             Faith Juillerat          F       So.      17/4       2-0=4
   Three 2007 returnees – Samantha Bland, Brianne Eisenhard and Dani-          Kaitlyn Kobe             D       So.      8/0        0-0=0
elle Cygan – each earned most valuable player awards for the 2006 season       Colleen Kordan *         D       So.      20/18      0-2=2
... Carter, the Falcons’ lone senior last year, earned both the “Hustle”       Stacey Lucas *           F       So.      20/15      2-2=6
award and the Leslie Dawley “Fighting Falcon” award, while Christy             Kristin McDonald         F       Jr.      15/1       0-0=0
Zabek was named the Falcons’ most improved player ... Bland was named          Rachael Ross             M       Sr.      15/0       0-0=0
the Falcons’ MVP on defense, while Eisenhard was the team’s MVP in             Gina Rossi               F       R-Jr.    20/5       1-0=2
the midfield and Cygan earned the MVP honor on offense ... the “Fight-          Tiernay Tilford *        D       Sr.      20/20      0-0=0
ing Falcon” award winner is selected by the BGSU coaching staff, while         Corbie Yee *             F       Jr.      20/16      3-1=7
the other five awards are the result of voting by the team members ... the      Christy Zabek #          GK      Jr.      12/7       35 svs., 0.67 gaa
                                                                               Kayleigh Zajaros         M       So.      18/8       1-0=2
“Hustle” award is given to a player who shows a consistent enthusiasm
for the game and a tremendous work ethic, both at practice and during
games ... the Leslie Dawley “Fighting Falcon” award is given to a team         OTHER RETURNEES (1)
                                                                               Name                     Pos.    Yr.^     MP/MS G-A=Pts.
member who, through words and actions, most accurately reflects the
                                                                               Alexa Arsenault          GK      R-Fr.    Missed season due to injury
program’s philosophy of ‘Today I gave all that I have, for everything I left
behind is gone forever’ ... it was renamed to honor former Falcon Dawley,
                                                                               NEWCOMERS (7)
who entered BGSU in the fall of 2002 and played with the team during           Name                     Pos.    Yr.      Hometown
that ‘02 season before passing away in November of that year.                  Alicia Almond            M       Fr.      Findlay, Ohio
                                                                               Sarah Haferkamp          D/M     Fr.      St. Louis, Mo.
FALCONS BREAK SHUTOUT MARK, AGAIN                                              Ashley Lintz             D       Fr.      Mason, Ohio
  BGSU posted a total of 10 shutouts last season ... that broke the school     Meagan Moran             M/F     Fr.      Beavercreek, Ohio
record of nine, set by the 2005 team ... the Falcons have 19 shutouts over     Carolyn Nesline          M       So.      Worthington, Ohio
the last 40 games after posting a total of 34 (4.25 per year) in the first      Katie Stephenson         M       Fr.      Lexington, Ohio
eight seasons in program history.                                              Jackie Tamerlano         F/M     Fr.      North Royalton, Ohio

HOME SWEET HOME                                                                LETTERWINNERS LOST (3)
                                                                               Name                     Pos.    Yr.^     MP/MS      G-A=Pts.
  The 2005 Falcons set a school record for home wins in a season, as
                                                                               Janie Babich *           M       Jr.      20/16      0-1=1
BGSU finished with a record of 7-2-2 at Cochrane Field. The ‘06 squad
                                                                               Lindsay Carter *         M       Sr.      20/20      0-3=3
matched that home victory total, going 7-5 at the friendly confines. All        Karie Sahly              D       Jr.      14/14      0-1=1
seven home wins last fall came via shutout, a school record for home
shutouts in a season.                                                          OTHERS LOST (3)
  BGSU has gone 14-7-2 at home over the last two seasons, after averag-        Name                     Pos.    Yr.^     MP/MS      G-A=Pts.
ing 3.75 home wins a season over the first eight years. The Falcons’            Renae Dietrich           D       Fr.      2/0        0-0=0
last two campaigns have marked the only two home winning records in            Katie Kirkhoff           M       Fr.      4/0        0-0=0
program history.                                                               Simone Toney             D       Fr.      4/0        0-0=0

YEE NAMED TO ALL-MAC TEAM                                                      * denotes 2006 starters
   Corbie Yee was named to the 2006 All-MAC Team ... Yee, a sophomore          # combined to start all 20 matches in goal in 2006
in ‘06, was selected to the second team ... a native of Berea, Ohio, Yee       ^ denotes eligibility in 2006-07 academic year
played in all 20 of BGSU’s matches, making 16 starts ... the 2005 MAC




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                                    Fr               Year,       finished                                        ‘06,
                                    Freshman of the Year she finished third on the Falcons with seven points in ‘06 and tied for the team lead in
FALCONS ...                         go
                                    goals, with three ... two of those goals proved to be game-winning markers, which also tied her for the BG lead.

BY CLASS                            B
                                    BLAND, KORDAN EARN ALL-ROOKIE HONORS ...
SENIORS (4)                            Samantha Bland and Colleen Kordan each earned all-rookie honors in their initial season on campus. Bland was
Cygan, Hansen, Ross, Tilford        na
                                    named to the Women’s College Soccer All-Rookie Team by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... she was chosen to the third
                                    te
                                    team by the soccer web site ... the only MAC player named to the team, Bland helped solidify a BGSU defensive
JUNIORS (6)                         co
                                    corps that posted a school-record 10 shutouts in 2006 ... she saw action in 16 of BGSU’s 20 matches, making 13
Eisenhard, Hunter, McDonald,        st
                                    starts, and helped the Falcons set a school record for lowest goals-against average in MAC games (0.91).
Rossi *, Yee, Zabek                    Kordan, another valuable component of that Falcon defense, also earned rookie honors in 2006 ... Kordan was
                                    na
                                    named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... the All-MAC and all-freshman squads are the results of voting by the
SOPHOMORES (8)                      le
                                    league’s 12 head coaches ... Kordan, the latest in BGSU’s uber-successful line of Strongsville, Ohio, products,
Bland, Czapka, Juillerat,           an
                                    anchored a Falcon defensive unit, and also was the Falcons’ primary free-kick taker ... she had a pair of assists,
Kobe, Kordan, Lucas, Nesline,       in
                                    including a game-winning helper off a last-minute free kick vs. Eastern Michigan ... Bland was at the other end of
Zajaros                             th
                                    that free kick, scoring the lone goal of that match in the 90th minute.

FRESHMEN (7)                        ZABEK NAMED TO ACADEMIC ALL-MAC TEAM
                                    Z
Almond, Arsenault #, Hafer-            Christy Zabek was named to the Academic All-MAC Team for 2006 ... Zabek, the Falcons’ lone selection,
kamp, Lintz, Moran, Stephen-        earned the honor for the first time, in her first year of eligibility ... the Academic All-MAC Team is the result of
                                    ea
son, Tamerlano                      voting by faculty athletic representatives at MAC institutions ... to qualify, a student-athlete must have at least a
                                    vo
* redshirt junior                   3.
                                    3.20 cumulative GPA and have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests for that particular sport ... Zabek,
# redshirt freshman                 a native of Hendersonville, Tenn., had a 3.67 cumulative GPA (at the time of the team announcement) as a market-
                                    in
                                    ing major ... a goalkeeper, Zabek saw action in 12 matches in 2006, making seven starts ... she finished the season
                                    with
                                    w a BGSU school record-low goals against average of 0.67, and had a record of 5-2-0 ... in MAC play, Zabek
BY STATE/                           had
                                    ha a GAA of only 0.48, with three goals allowed in 562 minutes ... she began her BG career with an overall shut-
PROVINCE                            out
                                    ou streak of 544:48, the equivalent of over six full games without having to fish a ball out of the back of the net.
OHIO (20)
Almond, Bland, Cygan, Eisen-        A
                                    ADDITIONAL FALCON NOTES
hard, Hansen, Hunter, Juillerat,      BGSU, as mentioned, went 10-10-0 in 2006, and the Falcons finished MAC regular-season play with a league
Kobe, Kordan, Lintz, Lucas,         m
                                    mark of 7-4-0 ... individually, Danielle Cygan led the Falcons in scoring, with 10 points, while Brianne Eisen-
McDonald, Moran, Nesline,           ha
                                    hard and Corbie Yee had eight and seven points, respectively ... all three players had three goals, including two
Ross, Rossi, Stephenson,            ga
                                    game-winning goals, to tie for the team lead in both categories ... Stacey Lucas scored six points in her first year,
Tamerlano, Yee, Zajaros             w
                                    while classmate Faith Juillerat had four ... the BGSU defense posted a school-record 10 shutouts, with goalkeepers
                                    C
                                    Christy Zabek and Tiffany Hansen garnering five complete-match shutouts each ... Hansen, a transfer in her first
ONTARIO (2)                         season with the Falcons, started 13 games on the year ... she was 5-8-0 with a goals-against average of 1.74 and 53
                                    se
Arsenault, Czapka                   saves ... Zabek made seven starts, including each of the last six games, and had a MAC-leading 0.67 GAA and 35
                                    sa
                                    saves ... she finished with a record of 5-2-0.
                                    sa
COLORADO (1)
Tilford

MISSOURI (1)
Haferkamp

TENNESSEE (1)
Zabek




                                   The Falcons score in a 2006 home win. BG won seven matches at Cochrane Field for the second-straight year

                                                                                                      BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER       5
                   HEAD COACH ANDY RICHARDS

                                         On Feb. 20, 2006, BGSU             is tied for first all-time in league     After beginning the conference
                                       reached an agreement with Rich-      championship-game appear-             portion of the schedule with a
                                       ards on a three-year contract.       ances.                                1-2-0 mark, BGSU proceeded to
                                       The contract runs through June                                             win the final eight regular-sea-
                                       30, 2009. Richards’ new contract       Last season, with 12 newcom-        son matches, culminating with a
                                       marked the first time in school       ers on the 24-woman roster,           win at Toledo on the last day of
                                       history that a soccer coach has      Richards guided the Falcons to        the season that clinched the title.
                                       received a multi-year contract at    a 7-4-0 league record and a tie
                                       Bowling Green.                       for third place in the conference       BGSU hosted UT in a rematch
                                                                            standings. BGSU’s 10 wins             several days later, in the quarter-
                                         In his first seven years in BG,     all came by shutout, setting a        final round of the MAC Tourna-
                                       Richards has led the Falcons         school record for the second          ment, and advanced past the
                                       to the Mid-American Con-             year in a row.                        Rockets via penalty kicks. That
                                       ference Tournament on six                                                  earned the Falcons the right to
                                       occasions, guiding his team to         In 2005, Richards led the           host the semifinal and champi-
                                       the semifinals five times and to       Brown and Orange to a 14-7-2          onship rounds of the conference
                                       the championship match four          overall record, including a 9-2-0     tourney at Cochrane Field for
  Andy Richards embarks upon           times, including in three-straight   league ledger, en route to MAC        the first time.
his eighth season as head coach        seasons from 2004-06. Rich-          Coach-of-the-Year honors. The
of the Bowling Green State Uni-        ards-coached teams have posted       ’05 team set school records for         BG downed Miami in the
versity women’s soccer program,        a league tournament record of        most wins and fewest losses in        semifinals, and went to PKs in
having guided the Falcons to un-       8-4-3 and, as mentioned, won         a season, both overall and in         the championship match before
precedented heights during that                                                                                   advancing past Kent State. The
time. Richards enters the 2007                                                                                    F
                                                                                                                  Falcons did not allow a single
season with a collegiate head                                                                                     g in the three MAC Tourna-
                                                                                                                  goal
coaching record of 71-69-12.                                                                                      m games, spanning 310 total
                                                                                                                  ment
                                                                                                                  m
                                                                                                                  minutes.
  Richards led the Falcons to the
first Mid-American Conference                                                                                        Richards and the ‘05 Falcons
Tournament title and NCAA                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                  swept the MAC’s specialty
Championships berth in school                                                                                     a
                                                                                                                  awards, as senior Samantha
history in 2004, then guided the                                                                                  M
                                                                                                                  Meister was the league’s Player
Brown and Orange to the first                                                                                      o the Year and Corbie Yee was
                                                                                                                  of
regular-season crown in BG an-                                                                                    n
                                                                                                                  named the MAC Freshman of
nals in ‘05, along with a second-                                                                                 t Year. Richards, in addition
                                                                                                                  the
straight league tourney title and                                                                                 t being named the conference
                                                                                                                  to
NCAA berth.                                                                                                       c
                                                                                                                  coach of the year, was runner-up
                                                                                                                  f Soccer Buzz Great Lakes
                                                                                                                  for
  Then-BGSU Director of Ath-                                                                                      R
                                                                                                                  Region Coach of the Year.
letics Paul Krebs announced the
hiring of Richards as the second       back-to-back MAC Tournament                 play
                                                                            MAC play, and also set a record         In the classroom, BGSU had
coach in the program’s history         titles in 2004 and ’05, advancing    with an 11-match unbeaten             six student-athletes, the most of
on April 10, 2000. Richards, 41,       to the NCAA Championships.           streak. That streak began in late     any conference school, chosen
came to BG after five seasons as                                             September and took the Falcons        to the Academic All-MAC Team
assistant women’s soccer coach           Richards is ranked second          all the way through the league        in 2005. One of those six, Ali
at Oregon State University in          all-time among MAC coaches in        tournament and into the NCAAs.        Shingler, was the first BGSU
Corvallis, Ore.                        league tournament victories, and                                           women’s soccer student-athlete
                                                                                                                  ever to earn Academic All-
                                                                                                                  A
                                                                                                                  America First-Team honors.
    ANDY RICHARDS – YEAR BY YEAR AT BGSU
               OVERALL                MID-AMERICAN                                                                  In 2004, the Falcons were
    YEAR       W-L-T        PCT.      W-L-T           PCT.   FINISH         MAC TOURNAMENT                        s
                                                                                                                  seeded eighth for the MAC
    2000       10-10-1      .500      5-5-1           .500   7th of 12      Advanced to Championship
                                                                                                                  T
                                                                                                                  Tournament, after finishing with
    2001       7-10-2       .421      2-9-1           .208   12th of 13     Did not qualify                       a 5-5-2 record in league regular-
    2002       12-8-2       .591      7-4-1           .625   4th of 13      Advanced to Semifinals                 s
                                                                                                                  season play. But, the Falcons
    2003       8-12-3       .413      5-5-2           .500   8th of 13      Advanced to Championship              d
                                                                                                                  downed top-seeded KSU on the
    2004       10-12-2      .458      5-5-2           .500   8th of 13      TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS                  r
                                                                                                                  road in the quarterfinal round,
    2005       14-7-2       .652      9-2-0           .818   FIRST of 12    TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS                  g
                                                                                                                  going on to defeat fourth-seeded
    2006       10-10-0      .500      7-4-0           .636   T-3rd of 12    Advanced to Quarterfinals              W
                                                                                                                  Western Michigan in the semis
    Totals     71-69-12     .507      40-34-7         .537   1 MAC Regular-Season Title                           b
                                                                                                                  before picking up a champion-
                                                             2 MAC Tournament Titles                              s
                                                                                                                  ship-game win over Central
                                                                                                                  M
                                                                                                                  Michigan.

6       BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
HEAD COACH ANDY RICHARDS

                                                              T
                                                              The Falcons advanced to the championship
                                                            rou
                                                            round, and battled Miami through nearly
                                                            112 minutes of scoreless soccer before the
                                                            Red
                                                            RedHawks got an overtime goal to capture
                                                            the tourney title.

                                                              A native of Warwick, England, Richards
                                                            bro
                                                            brought to the Falcons a wealth of experience
                                                            in n only intercollegiate soccer, but also in
                                                               not
                                                            clu
                                                            club, high school, and youth soccer. For the
                                                            two years prior to coming to BG, Richards
                                                            ser
                                                            served as a member of the coaching staff
                                                            for the Region IV Olympic Development
                                                            Pro
                                                            Program.

                                                              H
                                                              He was also the state coach for the 17-
                                                             yea
                                                             year-old age group of the Oregon Olympic
                                                             De
                                                             Development Program. Richards was heavily
  In 2003, just as in ‘04, the Falcons finished         i l d
                                                       involved with the Corvallis United Soccer Club his
league play at 5-5-2 to earn the eighth seed for the   final four years there.
MAC Tournament. But, Richards guided the ‘03
Falcons to the tourney’s championship match. That       Oregon State, a member of the Pacific-10 Confer-
fall, the Brown and Orange became the lowest-          ence (PAC-10), finished the 1999 season with an
ever seed to win a first-round match, with a 2-1        overall record of 8-11-1.
road victory over top-seeded Eastern Michigan.
Richards and the Falcons then advanced past CMU          Prior to his appointment at Oregon State, Rich-
via PKs in the semifinals, before falling in the        ards spent five years as the Regional Director for
championship.                                          Goal Line Soccer Clinics in Oregon. Richards
                                                       taught and coached at the high school level in Eng-
  In 2002, Richards performed one of the top           land before moving to the United States.
coaching jobs in the MAC, if not the Midwest.
The Falcons, picked to finish ninth in the MAC’s          Richards’ enthusiasm was evident immediately,
preseason poll, finished fourth in the loop with a      as he travelled cross-country to arrive in Bowl-
7-4-1 record. Overall, the Brown and Orange had a      ing Green just four days after his hiring. The next
12-8-2 mark, shattering the school records for both    day, he accompanied the Falcon team to the last
league and overall wins. Those records, of course,     competition of the spring season, a tournament
stood until 2005.                                      at Kent. In all, Richards spent nearly two weeks
                                                       with the Falcons before spring practice concluded,
 Under his direction, the Falcons had the MAC’s        getting to know his new squad and evaluating the
Newcomer of the Year in two consecutive seasons.       individual student-athletes.
Meister earned the honor in 2002, after Kristy
Coppes had won the award in the 2001 campaign.           Richards earned his Bachelor of Education
                                                       degree from Sheffield City Polytechnic, located in
  In 2000, his first year at the helm, all Richards     Sheffield, England, in 1989. He received his Mas-
did was guide the seventh-seeded Falcons to the        ter of Education from Oregon State in 1997.
championship match of the MAC Tournament.
That team was the lowest seed in MAC history to
win a first-round match at the time.

  That fall, his inaugural BGSU squad set a
school record with 10 victories, posting a 10-
10-1 overall record. The Falcons doubled the
win total of the previous season, and BGSU
went 5-5-1 in MAC play to place seventh
among the 12 league squads.

  When the MAC Tournament began, how-
ever, Richards and the Falcons travelled to
EMU and upset the second-seeded Eagles in
the quarterfinals. BGSU then pulled another
upset, downing WMU in the semifinal round.


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                                                                                                 BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 200 WOMEN’S SOCC     7
                   ASSISTANT COACHES

SCOTT GLODEN                                                               BRITT ANDERSON
   Scott Gloden                                                              Britt Anderson, a                                 the penalty-kick
                                                                                                                               th
joined the Bowling                                    A native of          four-year standout                                  phase of MAC
                                                                                                                               ph
Green State Univer-                                 Tr
                                                    Traverse City,         on the pitch with                                   To
                                                                                                                               Tournament match-
sity women’s soccer                                 M
                                                    Mich., Gloden          the Falcons, begins                                 es that November.
staff in early May                                  sp
                                                    spent three seasons    her first season on                                  Anderson made
                                                                                                                               An
of 2007.                                            (2
                                                    (2001-03) as as-       the coaching staff                                  BG
                                                                                                                               BGSU’s first PK
                                                    sis
                                                    sistant coach for      in 2007. Anderson                                   against both Toledo
                                                                                                                               ag
  “I am excited to                                  bo
                                                    both the men’s and     will serve as an                                    in the quarterfinals
be here at Bowl-                                    wo
                                                    women’s teams          assistant coach                                     and
                                                                                                                               an vs. KSU in the
ing Green,” said                                    at Saint Joseph’s      with the Brown and                                    nal,
                                                                                                                               fin helping the
Gloden, who came                                    (In
                                                    (Ind.) College. The    Orange.                                             Falcons advance
                                                                                                                               Fa
to BGSU after                                       Pu
                                                    Pumas’ women’s                                                             in each case. She
spending three sea-                                 tea
                                                    team posted a            Anderson was                                      scored 11 points in
                                                                                                                               sc
sons as an assistant                                9-
                                                    9-11-1 record in       part of a BGSU                                      the
                                                                                                                               th 11 MAC regu-
women’s soccer                                      20
                                                    2003, including        women’s soccer                                      lar-season matches
                                                                                                                               lar
coach at Saint Francis Univer-        a 6-4 mark in the Great Lakes        class that won a total of 44           that year.
sity in Loretto, Pa. “I want to       Valley Conference.                   matches in their four seasons
thank Coach Richards and ev-                                               with the Falcons (2002-05). She          Anderson was second on the
eryone at BG for the opportunity        A 1998 graduate of the             helped BG to four consecutive          team in scoring in 2004, with 14
to coach at this great University.    University of Michigan with          appearances in the MAC Tour-           points in her junior campaign.
I look forward to working with        a bachelor’s degree in general       nament, after the team had never       Her four goals included the
Coach Richards and the student-       studies, Gloden earned his mas-      made back-to-back trips before.        overtime winner in the MAC
athletes.”                            ter’s degree in sports administra-                                          Tournament quarterfinal contest
                                      tion from Wayne State in 2001.         The Falcons made three ap-           at top-seeded KSU. Her six
  Gloden’s three seasons at Saint     He has taken courses toward          pearances in the MAC tour-             assists that season included three
Francis saw the Red Flash post        a second master’s degree, in         ney championship match in              – tying the school record – vs.
a combined record of 25-25-7,         education, at Saint Francis.         Anderson’s final three seasons,         Duquesne in the season opener.
including a mark of 13-8-6 in                                              winning the title in both 2004
Northeast Conference action. In         Gloden has also served as a        and ’05. After winning the 2004          Anderson scored nine points
2005, SFU went 11-7-3 overall         staff coach with the Pennsyl-        crown as an underdog – the             in both her freshman (2002) and
to set a school record for wins in    vania West Olympic Develop-          first MAC women’s soccer title          sophomore (2003) seasons. Two
a season.                             ment Program (ODP). While            of any kind in school history          of her goals in the ’02 campaign
                                      an undergraduate in Ann Arbor,       – the Falcons won the MAC’s            were match winners.
  Last fall, the Red Flash            he was a member of the U-M           regular-season title in 2005, and
finished the year with an 8-8-2        club soccer team from 1994-96,       repeated as tourney champs to            A native of Fort Collins,
overall record and a 4-3-2 mark       helping lead that team to a club     advance to the NCAAs for the           Colo., Anderson was an exercise
in NEC action. The last two           national championship. Gloden        second time in as many seasons.        specialist major at BGSU. The
seasons have seen the program         currently holds a United States                                             daughter of Paul and Mimi
post the only two .500 or better      Soccer Federation (USSF)               Anderson finished her BGSU            Anderson, she received her
campaigns in school history,          National “B” license, which he       career with a total of 49 points.      undergraduate degree in August
and the NEC mark gave the Red         earned this past June.               She ranks fifth in school history,      of 2007.
Flash three consecutive winning                                            and is tied for fifth in assists (17)
seasons in conference play, also                                           while ranking sixth in goals (16)
a first for the program.                                                    on those BG charts. Anderson
                                                                           played in 85 total matches, the
  “The entire team and I are very                                          fifth-most in school history.
excited to have Scott join our
program and we eagerly look                                                  She capped her career by being
forward to working alongside                                               named to the All-MAC First
him,” said Richards. “I am posi-                                           Team as a senior in 2005. She
tive our current student-athletes                                          also was named to the All-Ohio
will benefit greatly from his                                               Second Team, and was selected
coaching experience gained at                                              the Falcons’ MVP on offense
Saint Francis University, and he                                           that fall. She had five goals and
will be a valuable addition to                                             seven assists to finish second on
BGSU women’s soccer as we                                                  the team with 17 points in ’05.
continue to strive for MAC and
national success.”                                                           Her goal total does not include
                                                                           a pair of markers scored during

8      BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
THE SENIORS / THE CAPTAINS

#17 • DANIELLE CYGAN
DEFENDER • 5-2 • SR./SR. • TEAM CAPTAIN                                                                 GETTING TO KNOW
NORTH ROYALTON, OHIO (PADUA)
                                                                                                        DANIELLE ...
CYGAN AND THE FALCONS: Has helped the Falcons to
MAC Tournament appearances in each of her first three seasons,                                           I chose BGSU because of...: the
including conference titles in both her freshman and sophomore                                          successful and friendly women’s soccer
years ... helped BGSU to the first MAC Tournament title in                                               team and the college atmosphere
school history as a frosh in 2004 ... as a soph, helped the Brown
and Orange to both the MAC’s regular-season and tournament                                              Favorite place on campus and
crowns in ‘05.                                                                                          why? Study tables ... bahaha, totally
                                                                                                        kidding. Probably the Union because it
2006: Named the Falcons’ MVP on offense after leading the
team in scoring ... played in all 20 games, starting 19 ... started                                     has everything: shops, food, Starbucks,
each of the season’s final 18 contests ... led the Falcons in scor-                                      areas to relax
ing, with 10 points ... had a team-high four assists while tying for
the BG lead in goals, with three ... had eight of her points in MAC matches, tying for the team         What are you most looking for-
lead ... scored match-winning goals in back-to-back games to open the MAC schedule, against             ward to in 2007? Being a senior and
Northern Illinois and WMU ... the goal in the NIU game came with just one second remaining              winning a 3rd MAC championship
in the first half of play, and was the lone tally in BG’s 1-0 win ... then, one-timed a Stacey Lu-
cas cross into the net – arguably BG’s prettiest goal of the season – 15 minutes into the WMU           Who has been the biggest influ-
match for the eventual winner ... also scored vs. Central Michigan, converting a penalty kick ...       ence in your life and why? My dad
had assists on winning goals against Xavier and Youngstown State ... other helpers came in the
Akron and Buffalo matches ... had a team-high eight points in home matches, scoring all three           Career plans/what do you want to
of her goals at Cochrane Field.                                                                         do after graduation? Work with a
2005: Played in 21 contests, making nine starts ... had three points on a goal and an assist ...        professional sports team
first collegiate goal proved to be the match winner in the Falcons’ 2-0 victory over Miami in
the MAC Tournament semifinal home win ... had an assist at Cochrane Field, in the season                 Favorite quote: Live every day like
opener vs. Oakland ... had eight shots on the year, with four on goal ... half of each of those         it’s your last, you never know what
totals came in the aforementioned Miami match.                                                          tomorrow my bring
2004: Played in 12 matches, making five starts ... had one assist ... started five consecutive
matches as BGSU clinched a MAC Tournament berth ... first career start came in the North-                Favorite TV show: Grey’s Anatomy
ern Illinois contest ... had an assist in the final league regular-season match, as Kristy Coppes
converted her long diagonal crossing ball for the opening goal at Toledo ... also started the           Favorite movie: Dumb & Dumber
conference tourney quarterfinal win at Kent State ... saw action off the bench in the MAC Tour-
nament championship-match win over Central Michigan.                                                    Song/artist in heavy rotation on
                                                                                                        my iPod right now: The Fray
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Padua Franciscan (‘04) under coach Narlin Shadd ...
totalled 60 goals in her four years, as the Bruins won the North Coast League title every season        The thing I like most about BGSU
... the league MVP her senior season ... a three-time all-league first-team pick after earning
                                                                                                        soccer is: the close-knit team and the
second-team honors as a freshman ... also earned All-Greater Cleveland Honors every year ...
                                             team had a four-year record of 64-10-3, including a        BGSU athletic community that sur-
                                             perfect 24-0-0 mark in the NCL ... Honor Roll.
                                             pe                                                         rounds us

                                            PERSONAL: Danielle Marie Cygan was born
                                            PE                                                          Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                            Sept.
                                            Se 17, 1985, in Cleveland ... sport management              Winning the MAC my sophomore year
                                            major ... daughter of Jeff and Debbie Cygan ... one
                                            m                                                           in PKs (second MAC championship)
                                            of two children ... twin sister, Denise, also played
                                            for
                                            fo the Falcon women’s soccer team in 2004 ... fa-           What are some of your goals for
                                            ther
                                            the played soccer at Akron and tennis at Cleveland
                                                                                                        the 2007 season? Win ANOTHER
                                            State
                                            St ... has played club ball for the Internationals,
                                            an helped that team to eight consecutive state
                                            and                                                         MAC Championship, and give it my
                                            titles.
                                            tit                                                         all in every game so I have no regrets
                                                                                                        as my soccer career ends

                                                                                                        In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                                                                                        settled in with a steady job and have a
                                                     CYGAN YEAR BY YEAR
                                                                                                        family
                                                     Year         MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.
                                                     2004           12/ 5           2      0-1=1
                                                                                                        Three words that describe Andy
                                                     2005           21/ 9           8      1-1=3
                                                                                                        Richards: knowledgeable, organized,
                                                     2006           20/19          19     3-4=10
                                                                                                        friendly
                                                     Career         53/33          29     4-6=14



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                   THE SENIORS / THE CAPTAINS

#1 • TIFFANY HANSEN
GOALKEEPER • 5-4 • SR./SR. • TEAM CAPTAIN                                                                      GETTING TO KNOW
LEXINGTON, OHIO (LEXINGTON)                                                                                    TIFFANY ...
(UNIV. OF LOUISVILLE)
                                                                                                               I chose BGSU because: Andy Rich-
HANSEN AND THE FALCONS: In her first season at BGSU,                                                            ards never gave up on me until I finally
was part of a defensive unit that set a school record for low-
                                                                                                               decided that BGSU was the right place
est GAA in MAC games (0.91) in a season ... BG surrendered
a school record-low 26 goals in 20 overall matches, for a 1.30                                                 for me. He knew that BG was a good
GAA (second-lowest in school history), and gave up only 10                                                     fit for me, and he was right
goals – also a school record-low total – in the 11 MAC matches
... Falcons had 10 shutouts, another school record, in 2006.                                                   Favorite place on campus: The
                                                                                                               Student-Athlete Academic Center
2006: Played in 13 matches, starting all 13, in her first season at                                             because if you stop by, you are guar-
BGSU ... had a 5-8-0 record and a 1.74 goals-against average ...                                               anteed to run into someone from the
led the Falcon ‘keepers in minutes played (1034:12) and saves (53) ... had five c pl t
                                                                                  complete-match
                                                                                               atch            team
shutouts, including three in MAC action ... had a 3-3-0 record and a 1.40 GAA in conference
matches ... started six MAC contests, playing all 90 minutes in each ... started 13 of the sea-                What are you most looking for-
son’s first 14 contests ... made seven saves -- including a pair of point-blank stops in the second             ward to in 2007? Winning back the
half -- in her BG debut, a complete-game effort at #16 Marquette ... first Falcon win came in                   MAC Championship and making the
her first match at Cochrane Field, as she blanked Xavier for 105:38 ... made a career-high 10                   most out of my final season of col-
saves in that OT win ... had three saves in a complete-match shutout at Eastern Illinois (Sept.
                                                                                                               legiate soccer
10) ... eight stops in the Michigan State match ... pitched a shutout against Northern Illinois
in the MAC opener, making two saves ... made it back-to-back shutouts by blanking Western
Michigan two days later ... also blanked Miami, giving her three shutouts in the first four MAC                 The biggest influence in your
matches of the year ... had a 4-3-0 record and a GAA of 0.90 in home games.                                    life and why? All of my teammates
                                                                                                               throughout my playing career. All of
2005 AT LOUISVILLE: Played in two matches, starting both ... had a 1-1-0 record and a                          the joy and hardships that we’ve been
GAA of just 0.50, allowing only one goal in 180 minutes ... had a total of four saves ... picked               through together is what has made this
up a win in Big East Conference action, making one save in a complete-match shutout win, 1-                    journey so invaluable
0, over South Florida ... other appearance came at UAB, as she had three saves in a 1-0 loss.
                                                                                                               Who do you look up to most on
2004 AT LOUISVILLE: Played in eight matches during her freshman season, making six                             the team? Anyone who demonstrates
starts ... posted a 5-2-1 record, picking up a shutout and combining on two others ... had a 1.31              both leadership and a commitment to
GAA, with 13 saves in 547:44 ... blanked Butler in her collegiate debut, facing two shots in the               responsibility
season opener vs. the Bulldogs ... had five stops in a 1-0 loss vs. #18 Ohio State ... three saves
in road win over Ohio ... played the first 64 minutes of shutout win over Evansville ... also                   Career plans/what do you want
combined on a shutout win over Morehead State ... picked up a win vs. Murray State ... named
                                                                                                               to do after graduation? I have to
to AD Honor Roll, Dean’s List and Conference USA Commissioner’s List, while also earning
                                                                                                               complete an internship program before
C-USA Commissioner’s Medal ... Red and Black Scholar.
                                                                                                               I can become a Registered Dietician,
                                            HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Lex-                      which will be my first step in obtaining
                                            ington H.S. ... twice earned all-conference honors
                                            in                                                                 a professional career
                                            for
                                            fo the Minutemen, posting a career GAA of 0.76
                                            an 26 shutouts ... team won the conference and
                                            and                                                                Favorite TV show: Anything on the
                                            district championships all four years ... team captain
                                            di                                                                 Food Network
                                            and
                                            an a four-year scholar athlete.
                                                                                                               The thing I like most about BGSU
                                            PERSONAL: Born on March 26, 1985, in Fort
                                            PE                                                                 soccer is: We are able to have fun
                                            Wayne, Ind. ... dietetics major with a perfect 4.00
                                            W                                                                  while still understanding the impor-
                                            cumulative GPA at BGSU ... daughter of John and
                                            cu                                                                 tance of working hard
                                            Lonnie Hansen ... has a twin brother ... a four-year
                                            Lo
                                            member of the Ohio ODP ... played club ball for
                                            m                                                                  Any superstitions or pre-game
                                            Ohio
                                            Oh Premier.                                                        rituals? I always put on my right
                                                                                                               sock, left sock, right shoe, and left shoe
                                                     HANSEN YEAR BY YEAR                                       in that exact order
                                                     Year     MP/MS          Min.        Svs GAA     Record
                                                     2004 *        8/6     547:44        13   1.31     5-2-1   Three words that describe Andy
                                                     2005 *        2/2     180:00         4   0.50     1-1-0   Richards: Six, eighteen, sixty (the
                                                     2006       13/13     1034:12        53   1.74     5-8-0   yardage of his favorite, and our least
                                                     Career     23/21     1761:56        70   1.48   11-11-1   favorite, fitness exercise)
                                                     * at the University of Louisville



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                               #4 • RACHAEL ROSS
                               M
                               MIDFIELDER • 5-6 • SR./SR. • TEAM CAPTAIN                                   GETTING TO KNOW
                               PERRYSBURG, OHIO (PERRYSBURG)
                               P                                                                           RACHAEL ...
                               ROSS AND THE FALCONS: Has helped the Falcons to MAC
                               R
                               tournament appearances in each of her first three years ... helped
                               to                                                                          I chose BGSU because: I absolutely
                               BG to a league tournament title as a freshman, and conference
                               B                                                                           loved how well the girls on the team
                               regular-season and tourney titles in her sophomore year ... wore
                               re                                                                          got along
                               uniform #7 in each of her first two seasons at BGSU.
                               u
                                                                                                           What are you most looking for-
                               2006: Saw action in 15 matches off the bench ... played in 14 of
                               2                                                                           ward to in 2007? I am most looking
                               the last 16 games of the year, including each of the last five.
                               th                                                                          forward to seeing our team succeed.
                                                                                                           We have grown so much in the past
                               2005: Played in 14 matches off the bench ... the Falcons were
                               2                                                                           year and this team deserves to be suc-
                               9-5 in the matches in which she played, including 6-2 vs. MAC
                               9                                                                           cessful. I cannot wait to see where we
                                league tourney semifinal win over Miami.
opponents ... saw action in the l                                                                          will go
2004: Played in five matches off the bench ... saw action in the MAC road win over Akron
                                                                                                           Who do you look up to most on
... also played against Duquesne, Cleveland State, Wright State and in the MAC Tournament
                                                                                                           the team? Christy Zabek, because
semifinal vs. Western Michigan ... BGSU went 4-1-0 in the matches in which she saw action.
                                                                                                           she is the perfect example of how hard
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters at Perrysburg (‘04) under coach Jim Hentges ... tied                     work pays off. This girl has worked
the school assists record as a senior ... a first-team All-Northern Lakes League pick as a senior           her way to where she is today. It isn’t
after earning honorable mention the prior year ... a two-time all-district selection ... helped the        easy being a goalkeeper, because they
Jackets to a three-year record of 16-3-5 in the league ... also named to the all-district academic         are usually the first to get blamed for
team her senior season ... Honor Roll all four years ... Student Council.                                  a goal. However, Christy through the
                                                                                                           years has improved so much, she leaves
PERSONAL: Rachael Marie Ross was born June 26, 1986, in Toledo ... human movement                          so little room to be blamed
science major at BGSU, with a cumulative GPA of 3.18 through the spring, 2007, semester ...
daughter of Robert and Cindy Ross ... has a younger sister ... father played baseball at Defiance           Career plans: After graduation,
... has played club ball for the Greater Toledo FC.                                                        I plan to attend graduate school to
                                                                                                           become a Physicians Assistant

                                                     ROSS YEAR BY YEAR                                     Favorite road trip? I have never
                                                     Year         MP/MS          Shots   G-A=Pts.          been a big fan of road trips because
                                                     2004             5/0           0       0-0=0          of the long hours spent on the bus.
                                                     2005            14/0           0       0-0=0          However, my favorite road trip of the
                                                     2006            15/0           2       0-0=0          past was our trip to Arizona, mainly
                                                     Career          34/0           2       0-0=0          because we flew

                                                                                                           Favorite movie: Cool Runnings

                                                                                                           The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                                                                           soccer is: Being successful and creat-
                                                                                                           ing such great memories with some of
                                                                                                           closest friends you will ever have

                                                                                                           Any superstitions or pre-game
                                                                                                           rituals? I am a very superstitious per-
                                                                                                           son. So, on gameday, I put my shoes
                                                                                                           and socks on the same way, and I do
                                                                                                           the same stretches in the same order.
                                                                                                           Last year I ate a PB&J sandwich before
                                                                                                           we broke our losing streak, so that is
                                                                                                           my latest ritual I do before every game

                                                                                                           Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                           Richards: Keep the Ball!
                                             The 2007 Falcon team captains are (left to right)
                                                                                                           Goal for the 2007 season? To be
                                             Tiffany Hansen, Danielle Cygan, Rachael Ross and
                                             Tiernay Tilford.                                              MAC CHAMPIONS!



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                   THE SENIORS / THE CAPTAINS

#19 • TIERNAY TILFORD
DEFENDER • 5-5 • SR./SR. • TEAM CAPTAIN                                                             GETTING TO KNOW
LONGMONT, COLO. (LONGMONT)                                                                          TIERNAY ...
TILFORD AND THE FALCONS: Has helped BGSU to the
MAC Tournament in each of her first three seasons ... helped the                                     I chose BGSU because: I was auto-
Falcons to the first MAC Tournament title in school history as a                                     matically attracted to the generosity of
freshman in 2004 ... as a sophomore, helped the Brown and Or-                                       the people in this town and the amaz-
ange to both the MAC’s regular-season and tournament crowns                                         ing attitudes of the girls on the team
in ‘05.
                                                                                                    Best thing about BGSU: I love the
2006: Played in all 20 matches ... one of just two Falcons to start                                 midwest appeal here, generous people
every match on the season ... four of her six shot attempts were                                    and college life!
on goal.
                                                                                                    Favorite place on campus and
2005: Played in all 23 matches, making four starts ... had a pair of assists in home shutout
                                                                      ssists                        why? The Union, I love going there in
wins ... recorded assists in the Cleveland State and Buffalo matches at Cochrane Field.             between classes and being able to hang
2004: Played in 18 contests, starting six ... had eight points on two goals and four assists        out with friends. Also ... Starbucks!
... had her first collegiate goal against Navy, and also found the back of the net vs. Akron ...
had an auspicious debut as a Falcon ... recorded two assists in her first collegiate match, vs.      What are you most looking for-
Duquesne ... also had a two-assist contest at Eastern Michigan.                                     ward to in 2007? The opportunity to
                                                                                                    play with these girls that have become
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a pair of letters at Longmont (‘04) under coach Megan Beasley ...               my closest friends, and to go towards
had 18 goals in her final two years, after missing sophomore season with an anterior cruci-          another MAC championship!
ate ligament (acl) injury ... scored 12 goals for the Trojans as a senior ... a two-time all-area
first-team pick ... first-team All-Northern Conference choice as a senior after being named to        Who has been the biggest influ-
the second team the prior year ... team went to the state tourney quarterfinals her junior season    ence in your life and why? Easy
... lettered as a freshman at Whitefish (Mont.) H.S., under coach Lini Reading ... had six goals     answer: my mom. She has done
that season as the Bulldogs went 10-1-3 and won the Western Conference A-AA title with a            anything and everything that she could
mark of 8-0-2 ... Honor Roll.                                                                       to get me where I am right now. I
                                                                                                    wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for her,
PERSONAL: Tiernay Catherine Tilford was born Dec. 23, 1985, in Boulder, Colo. ... inter-            she is honestly my best friend and
personal communication major at BGSU, with a focus on promotions ... daughter of Mary               number one role model.
Catherine Bookless ... has an older brother ... club teams have included the Colorado Storm, St.
Vrain Express and Montana Kalispell Force ... also played for the Whitefish Sting boys’ team.        Song/artist that is in my iPod or
                                                                                                    my CD player right now: Journey,
                                                                                                    “Greatest Hits”

                                                                                                    Favorite road trip and why? The
                                                                                                    road trip to Wisconsin last year and
                                                                                                    playing with Rachael’s computer mak-
                                                                                                    ing funny pictures (had to be there)

                                                                                                    Best advice you were ever given:
                                                     TILFORD YEAR BY YEAR                           “Don’t take life too seriously” – Most
                                                     Year          MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.   importantly, “everything happens for
                                                     2004             18/ 6        18       2-4=8   a reason”
                                                     2005             23/ 4        13       0-2=2
                                                     2006             20/20         6       0-0=0
                                                                                                    Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                                                                                    Running out to Julie Trundle after she
                                                     Career           61/30        37      2-6=10
                                                                                                    made her game winning PK in the
                                                                                                    MAC championships sophomore year

                                                                                                    What are some of your goals for
                                                                                                    the season? MAC CHAMPS 2007!

                                                                                                    Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                    Richards: Kinda weird guy :)




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THE REDSHIRT JUNIOR

                               #12 • GINA ROSSI
                               FORWARD • 5-7 • SR./JR.                                                      GETTING TO KNOW
                               POWELL, OHIO (BISHOP WATTERSON)
                                                                                                            GINA ...
                               ROSSI AND THE FALCONS: Helped BGSU to the 2004
                               MAC Tournament title, and was a member of the ‘05 team that                  What is your major and why?
                               won the league regular-season and tournament crowns.                         My major is biology with minors in
                                                                                                            chemistry and food and nutrition, with
                              2006: Played in all 20 of BGSU’s matches, making five starts ...               a future goal of going into medical
                              had one goal for two points ... saw nearly 30 minutes of playing              school
                              time off the bench at #16 Marquette, in her first action since
                              the 2004 season ... goal came in the second half of the Eastern               The best thing about BGSU is: the
                              Illinois game, helping the Falcons nail down a 2-0 road win ...               relatively small campus and never hav-
                              started three-straight games in the heart of the MAC schedule in              ing to walk very far
                              late September-early October, and also started the MAC Tourna-
ment match vs. Toledo ... seven of her nine total shot attempts were on goal.                               For 2007, I’m most looking for-
                                                                                                            ward to: meeting the freshman and
2005: Missed the season due to injury.                                                                      coming together as a team while trying
2004: Named BGSU’s Most Improved Player ... played in 20 matches, making eight starts                       to win the MAC
... the Falcons’ top-scoring newcomer, with nine points ... had three goals and three assists ...
two of the three goals were match winners, including her well-placed shot in the first half of               The thing I like most about BGSU
the MAC Tournament championship match vs. Central Michigan ... also had the winner in the                   soccer: My teammates ... they are
Miami match, her first start ... that culminated a three-match point streak, which had included a            some of my best friends and really
three-point match (goal and assist) at Akron and an assist in the Cleveland State contest ... first          make practices, games, and road trips
collegiate point came on an assist vs. Marshall ... started each of the final seven matches of the           as much fun as they are
year, as the Falcons made their run to the league title.
                                                                                                            The best thing about home game
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Bishop Watterson (‘04) under coach Dave Merrick ...                     days: playing in front of our friends
an all-state third-team selection as a senior ... named to the all-district first team after earning         and fans
second-team honors as a junior in 2002 ... that ‘02 squad went 13-4-2 and captured the Central
Catholic League title .... a two-time All-CCL selection ... National Honor Society.                         My favorite BGSU soccer mo-
                                                                                                            ment: winning the MAC Tourna-
PERSONAL: Gina Eve Rossi was born Oct. 28, 1985, in Columbus ... biology (pre-medicine)                     ment in 2004
major at BGSU ... after earning a perfect 4.00 GPA in the spring, 2007, semester, now has a
cumulative GPA of 3.44 ... daughter of Tim and Mary Rossi ... the second of five children ...                Goals for 2007: For us to come
has an older sister and three younger brothers ... has played club soccer for Blast FC.                     together as a team and win the MAC
                                                                                                            regular-season and tournament titles

                                                                                                            In ten years, I would like to: have
                                                                                                            a family and be practicing medicine,
                                                                                                            ideally in Columbus

                                                                                                            Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                            Richards: low, hard, and (in the)
                                                                                                            corner



                                                                                              ROSSI YEAR BY YEAR
                                                                                              Year           MP/MS          Shots   G-A=Pts.
                                                                                              2004              20/8           21      3-3=9
                                                                                              2005            Injured
                                                                                              2006              20/5            9      1-0=2
                                                                                              Career           40/13           30     4-3=11




                                              Falcon Seniors. Left photo: The fourth-year
                                              members of the 2007 BGSU women’s soccer team
                                              are (top to bottom) Danielle Cygan, Rachael Ross,
                                              Tiffany Hansen, Tiernay Tilford and Gina Rossi.

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                               #
                               #16 • BRIANNE EISENHARD
                               M
                               MIDFIELDER • 5-5 • JR./JR.                                             GETTING TO KNOW
                               WEST CHESTER, OHIO (LAKOTA WEST)
                               W
                                                                                                      BRIANNE ...
                                2006: Named BGSU’s MVP in the midfield ... blossomed into
                                2
                                one of the Falcons’ top players, finishing second on the team in
                                o                                                                     I chose BGSU because: I liked the
                                scoring while helping the Brown and Orange to unprecedented
                                sc                                                                    college-town atmosphere and liked the
                                success defensively ... played in all 20 matches, starting 16 ...
                                su                                                                    soccer program
                                sc
                                scored eight points on the season, tying for the team lead with
                                three goals ... all eight of her points came in MAC play, tying her
                                th                                                                    Best thing about BGSU: the people
                                for the BG lead ... her biggest goal came in the second overtime
                                fo                                                                    and the wind.
                                o
                                of the final regular-season game, giving the Brown and Orange
                                the win over arch-rival Toledo ... also had the winning goal
                                th                                                                     * Favorite place on campus and why?
                                a
                                against Miami and found the back of the net at Akron as well ...      The Sundial because it has the best
                                her assists both came on game-winners, vs. Western Michigan
                                h                                                                     food.
and Buffalo ... named to the all-tournament team at the Milwaukee Cup on the season’s first
weekend ... the assist in the WMU match was her first collegiate point, and came on Danielle           What are you most looking for-
Cygan’s match-winning goal ... picked up her first collegiate goal in the Miami match, snap-           ward to in 2007? Getting back our
ping a scoreless tie with less than 11 minutes remaining in the second half ... second goal came      MAC championship
a week later, with a first-half marker at UA ... assist in the UB match came on Corbie Yee’s first
goal of the day in a 2-0 win ... her cross-field pass sent Yee down the left side all alone ... in     Who has been the biggest influ-
the regular-season match vs. UT, her OT goal clinched a MAC Tournament home game for the              ence in your life and why? My
Falcons.                                                                                              parents have always encouraged me
                                                                                                      and have been very supportive in my
2005: Played in 19 matches as the Falcons won the MAC’s regular-season and tournament                 life decisions. They are always there
titles ... made a pair of starts ... started the home win over Buffalo as well as the MAC Tourna-     for me
ment quarterfinal vs. arch-rival Toledo ... played in all of the Falcons’ MAC regular-season
matches, as well as in the three league tournament contests and the NCAA Championships                Who do you look up to most on
first-round game vs. Michigan State.                                                                   the team? Danielle (Cygan) because
                                                                                                      she works hard and never complains
HIGH SCHOOL: Made the 2004 NSCAA/adidas High School Girls All-America Team (one
of just nine defenders listed) ... four-year letterwinner and two-time team MVP at Lakota West        Career plans/what do you want to
(‘05) for the Firebirds of coach Tara Schafer-Kalkhoff ... All-Ohio First-Team selection in 2004      do after graduation? I want to go
after earning all-state third-team honors as a junior ... the city (Cincinnati) and league (Greater   to Graduate School and be a graduate
Miami Conference) Player of the Year as a senior ... earned all-GMC honors on three occasions         assistant for a soccer program
... team had a four-year record of 56-11-8, winning the league every season ... high honor roll
... Who’s Who Among High School Students.                                                             Favorite road trip and why? Ari-
                                               PE
                                               PERSONAL: Brianne Elizabeth Eisenhard                  zona because we got to see the Grand
                                               wa born May 24, 1987, in Cincinnati ... sport
                                               was                                                    Canyon
                                               enterprise major with a 3.46 cumulative GPA
                                               en
                                               thr
                                               through her first two years on campus ... daughter      Favorite quote: “Be the change you
                                               of Bruce and Ronda Eisenhard ... the youngest          wish to see in the world” - Ghandi. I
                                               of two children ... brother, Brenton, competed in       like this quote because it says that if
                                               bo football and track at the College of Mount
                                               both                                                   you want something to be done then
                                               St Joseph ... has played club soccer for the
                                               St.                                                    you need to do it
                                               Ci
                                               Cincinnati United Premier (CUP) team, serving
                                               as a captain.                                          Best advice you were ever given?
                                                                                                      Do what makes you happy

                                                                                                      The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                                                                      soccer is: My teammates

                                                                                                      Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                                     EISENHARD YEAR BY YEAR                           Scoring the winning goal against To-
                                                     Year         MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.
                                                                                                      ledo in double overtime.
                                                     2005            19/2           8      0-0=0
                                                                                                      Three words that describe Andy
                                                     2006           20/16          26      3-2=8
                                                                                                      Richards: friendly, encouraging,
                                                     Career         39/18          34      3-2=8
                                                                                                      understanding.



14     BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
THE JUNIORS

#13 • SUSAN HUNTER
DEFENDER • 5-5 • JR./JR.                                                                                  GETTING TO KNOW
SIDNEY, OHIO (SIDNEY)
                                                                                                          SUSAN ...
2006: Played in all 20 of BGSU’s matches, making 14 starts
... part of a Falcon defensive unit that set a school record with                                         I chose BGSU because: of the girls
10 shutouts ... BG’s defense set school marks for fewest goals                                            on the soccer team
allowed, both overall (26 in 20 games) and in MAC games (10 in
11 games) ... the Falcons had seven shutouts in the 11 conference                                         Best thing about BGSU: small
regular-season contests ... started the first nine matches of the                                          campus, big university
season.
                                                                                                          Favorite place on campus and
2005: Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team as the Falcons                                                 why? Union --> food.
won the league’s regular-season and tournament titles ... played
in all 23 matches, making 22 starts ... came off the bench in the                                         What is your major and why did you
season-opening match, and was in the starting lineup the rest of the way ... h l
                                                                             her lone point came
                                                                                        i t               choose it? Marketing, enjoyed it
on an assist in the home win over Buffalo.                                                                 in high school

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time team MVP for Sidney (‘05) under coach Jay Bensman, earning                          Person you would most like to
team Offensive Player-of-the-Year honors in each of her last three seasons ... had 48 goals and           meet? Oprah
37 assists in her career, ranking second in career scoring for the Jackets and third in assists at
the school ... three-time selection to All-Dayton Area North team, and was named to the All-              What do you want to do after
Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC) West team in all four years ... earned first-team                   graduation? Live in a big city
honors to both teams as a senior ... served as her class president in three of her four years ...
National Honor Society ... student government ... class President ... also earned four letters in         Favorite road trip? Flagstaff,Arizona
diving and one letter in track.                                                                           – the mountains were amazing.
PERSONAL: Susan Christine Hunter was born Aug. 23, 1986, in Sidney ... a marketing
major at BGSU ... daughter of Doug and Deb Hunter ... the youngest of three children ... has a            Favorite TV show: Grey’s Anatomy
brother and a sister ... has played club ball for Dayton Soccer Academy, captaining that team in
back-to-back years ... was a teammate of fellow Falcon Kristin McDonald on that squad.                    Favorite movie: Big Daddy

                                                                                                          Favorite song or artist (or the
                                                                                                          song/artist that is on my iPod
                                                                                                          right now): Rodney Adkins

                                                                                                          The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                                                                          soccer is: my friends I have made

                                                                                                          Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                                                                                          Playing in the NCAA tourney.

                                                                                                          Best thing about home gamedays:
                                                                                                          Sleeping in my own bed the night
                                                                                                          before.

                                                                                                          What are some of your goals for
                                                                                                          the 2007 season? MAC CHAMPS

                                                                                                          In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                                 The 2007 juniors are (left to right) Corbie Yee,
                                                 Kristin McDonald, Christy Zabek, Brianne Eisen-          happy
                                                 hard and Susan Hunter.
                                                                                                          Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                          Richards: Supportive, knowledge-
                                                                                                          able, coach
                                                     HUNTER YEAR BY YEAR
                                                     Year         MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.
                                                     2005           23/22           0      0-1=1
                                                     2006           20/14           1      0-0=0
                                                     Career         43/36           1      0-1=1



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                   THE JUNIORS

#21 • KRISTIN MCDONALD
FORWARD • 5-8 • JR./JR.                                                                                GETTING TO KNOW
TROY, OHIO (TROY)
                                                                                                       KRISTIN ...
2006: Played in 15 matches, making one start ... drew the start-
ing assignment in the MAC opener vs. Northern Illinois ... saw                                         I chose BGSU because: It was a
action in eight MAC matches on the year.                                                               good school with a physical therapy
                                                                                                       program and a great soccer team
2005: Played in all 23 matches as the Falcons won the MAC’s
regular-season and tournament titles ... made three starts in her                                      Favorite place on campus: Dairy
first season ... had seven points on three goals and an assist ...                                      Queen. Because I LOVE ice cream
first collegiate points came on a goal in BG’s 2-1 win at Northern
Arizona ... also scored in the Falcons’ home wins over Cleveland                                       What is your major? Physical
State and Buffalo ... had an assist in the regular-season match vs.                                    Therapy, because I’ve had my fair
Kent State ... started three-straight matches (Boise State, Michi-                                     share and I enjoy it and would love to
gan State and Eastern Illinois) during the non-conference portion of the schedule ... h d eight
                                                                      h    h d l      had i ht         help people
total shot attempts on the year, with six of those on goal.
                                                                                                       Career plans/what do you want
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter at Troy (‘05) under coach Ryan Baker ... increased                    to do after graduation? Go to grad
her goal total each year, with 11 as a freshman, 12 as a soph, 16 in her junior year and 23 as a       school at Ohio State and finish my PT
senior ... total of 62 career goals ranks her second in school history ... helped the Trojans to a     schooling
Greater Western Ohio Conference title -- the first in school history -- as a senior, after a district
runner-up finish the year before ... earned first-team all-conference honors twice after being           Favorite road trip and why? Toledo
named to the second team as a sophomore ... team had 44 wins during her tenure (44-24-4),              because it is short and everyone is
setting a school mark for wins in a four-year period ... National Honor Society ... student gov-       excited to beat them
ernment ... had perfect attendance all four years.

PERSONAL: Kristin Marie McDonald was born Oct. 14, 1986, in Troy ... health science                    Favorite TV show: Friends ... even
major with a perfect 4.00 cumulative GPA through her first two years at BGSU ... daughter of            though its only reruns
Doug and Susan McDonald ... an only child ... played five years of club ball with the Dayton
Soccer Academy ... was a teammate of Susan Hunter on that squad.                                       Favorite movie: The Break Up

                                                                                                       The song/artist that is on my
                                                                                                       iPod right now: “Never Too Late”
                                                                                                       by Three Days Grace ... but it changes
                                                                                                       every day

                                                                                                       Best advice you were ever given?
                                                                                                       Don’t let anything get to you

                                                                                                       The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                     MCDONALD YEAR BY YEAR                             soccer is: My teammates
                                                     Year          MP/MS         Shots    G-A=Pts.
                                                     2005             23/3           8      3-1=7
                                                                                                       Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                                     2006             15/1           5      0-0=0      Winning the MAC championship my
                                                     Career           38/4          13      3-1=7      freshman year

                                                                                                       Any superstitions or pre-game
                                                                                                       rituals? Nothing really; I just tend to
                                                                                                        be pretty quiet

                                                                                                       In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                                                                                       Married with a kid and working as a
                                                                                                       physical therapist

                                                                                                       Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                       Richards: Diligent, Involved, and
                                                                                                       Considerate




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THE JUNIORS

                              #
                              #6 • CORBIE YEE
                              FORWARD • 5-5 • JR./JR.
                              F                                                                           GETTING TO KNOW
                              BEREA, OHIO (BEREA)
                              B
                                                                                                          CORBIE ...
                              YEE AND THE FALCONS: Has earned conference honors in
                              Y
                              each of her first two seasons, being named MAC Freshman of the
                              e                                                                           Your nickname: Yeebe
                              Year in 2005 before earning all-league second-team accolades
                              Y
                              in ‘06 ... ended her sophomore season as BGSU’s active career               I chose BGSU because: I love the
                              scoring leader, with nine goals and 22 points ... already ranks
                              sc                                                                          town
                              10th in BGSU history in career goals, and is 15th on the Falcons’
                              1
                              career points list.
                              c                                                                           Favorite place on campus: Study
                                                                                                          tables
                              2006: Named to the All-MAC Second Team ... played in all 20
                              2
                              of BGSU’s matches, making 16 starts ... finished third on the
                              o
                              Falcons in scoring, with seven points ... tied for the team lead in
                              F                                                                           Who has been the biggest influ-
                              goals, with three ... two of those goals proved to be game-win-
                              g                                                                           ence in your life and why? My
ning markers, which also tied her for the BG lead ... scored them in back-to-back games, as all           amazing parents, because they put up
three of Yee’s goals came in the Falcons’ two wins in Kent, Ohio ... had all of BGSU’s goals as           with me
the Brown and Orange picked up a 1-0 win over Kent State and a 2-0 victory against Buffalo ...
goal vs. KSU came in overtime, capping off a mad scramble ... for her efforts, was named the              What do you want to do after
MAC Player of the Week on Oct. 16 ... lone assist of the season came in the Falcons’ win over             graduation? Travel
Western Michigan ... led the team in total shot attempts (37) and shots on goal (16) ... all seven
of her points came in MAC matches ... started the last 11 contests of the season.                         Favorite road trip and why? Phila-
2005: Named the MAC’s Freshman of the Year as the Falcons won the league regular-season                   delphia, because of the cheesesteaks
and tournament titles ... also named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team as well as the MAC
All-Tournament Team ... chosen to the Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region All-Freshman Team ...                Favorite TV show: Gilmore Girls
garnered BGSU’s Most Improved Player award ... had 15 points to rank fourth on the team ...
was second on the Falcons with six goals ... had 13 of her points during BGSU’s school-record             The song/artist that is in heavy
11-match unbeaten streak, leading the team during that span ... had 10 points during MAC play,            rotation on my iPod or CD player
with both of her match-winning goals on the year coming against conference foes ... played in             right now: Sufjan Stevens
22 matches, making 13 starts ... factored in the scoring of both BG goals in the MAC Tourna-
ment semifinal win over Miami, assisting on the first goal and scoring the second in that 2-0               Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
win ... had a two-goal match in the regular-season meeting vs. the RedHawks, including the                Winning the MAC
match winner ... also scored the winner in the Falcons’ next contest, vs. Ohio ... first collegiate
goal came vs. Cleveland State ... scored in the win at Eastern Michigan ... had assists in road
                                                                                                          Best thing about home gamedays:
victories over Central Michigan and Toledo.
                                                                                                          The awesome fans!
HIGH SCHOOL: An All-Ohio First-Team selection in 2004, who also was named to the
NSCAA/adidas High School Girls All-America Team ... four-year letterwinner for Berea                      Something that people might not
                                     (‘05) under coach Chris Dundr ... earned all-confer-                 know about me: I am Chinese!
                                     ence
                                     en and All-Greater Cleveland honors in each of
                                     those
                                     tho four seasons ... Pioneer Conference MVP and                      Goals for the 2007 season? Win
                                     Greater Cleveland MVP as a senior ... had at least 20
                                     Gr                                                                   the MAC
                                     goals
                                     go in each of her four seasons ... helped the team
                                     to a pair of district semifinal appearances ... also
                                                                                                          In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                     played basketball and softball for the Braves.
                                     pl
                                                                                                          Happy
                                           PERSONAL: Corbie Lynn Yee was born July 29,
                                           PE
                                           1987, in Middleburg Heights, Ohio ... a recreation
                                           19
                                           major at BGSU ... daughter of Ken and Laurel Yee
                                           m
                                           ... has an older brother and an older sister ... played
                                           club
                                           clu ball with the Internationals ... that team repre-
                                           sented Ohio North at the 2004 Region IV Tourna-
                                           se
                                           ment.
                                           me



                                                    YEE YEAR BY YEAR
                                                    Year         MP/MS          Shots    G-A=Pts.
                                                    2005           22/13           36      6-3=15
                                                    2006           20/16           37       3-1=7
                                                    Career         42/29           73      9-4=22




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                                #0 • CHRISTY ZABEK
                                GOALKEEPER • 5-6 • JR./JR.
                                G                                                                        GETTING TO KNOW
                                HENDERSONVILLE, TENN. (HENDERSONVILLE)
                                H
                                                                                                         CHRISTY ...
                                 2
                                 2006: Named BGSU’s most improved player ... also chosen
                                 to the Academic All-MAC Team ... saw action in 12 matches,              I chose BGSU because: of the girls
                                 m
                                 making seven starts ... finished the season with a 5-2-0 win-loss        on the soccer team. They were all so
                                 re
                                 record and a school record-low GAA of 0.67 ... allowed only             nice and welcoming. I knew they would
                                 si
                                 six goals in over 803 minutes of work on the season, posting            provide an excellent support for me
                                 five shutouts in her seven starts ... in MAC play, had a GAA of          while I was away at college
                                 only 0.48, with three goals allowed in 562 minutes ... began her
                                 o
                                 BGSU career with a shutout streak of 544:48, the equivalent of
                                 B
                                                                                                         Best thing about BGSU: the size. It’s
                                 over six full games without having to fish a ball out of the back
                                 o
                                 of the net ... wins included a three-save effort in the final regular-
                                 o                                                                       not too small that you know very little
                                 season match vs. Toledo (Oct. 26), and a seven-save afternoon
                                 se                                                                      thing about everyone, but it’s not too
                                 in a shutout win against Eastern Michigan ... had back-to-back          big so that you feel lost in the crowd
complete-game shutouts i road wins over Kent State and Buffalo, making seven saves vs. the
       l           h        in    d
Golden Flashes and a career-high nine stops against the Bulls ... made three saves in a scoreless        Favorite place on campus and
relief stint, playing the entire second half vs. Western Illinois ... first complete-match shutout        why? The Kriescher Dial food court.
came in her first collegiate start, against Youngstown State ... made two saves in that 1-0 win ...       It has the best food on campus
played the entire second half, without facing a shot on goal, in both the Ohio and Akron games
... played a total of 185:25 in a pair of weekend wins in Kent, Ohio, with an OT win over KSU            What is your major and why did
and the blanking of the Bulls ... entered that weekend with a career total of six saves, before          you choose it? Business Marketing,
making a total of 16 stops in the two wins ... allowed a goal early in the second half against           because I have always had a passion
Central Michigan, the first goal she surrendered in her BG career ... that goal snapped her sea-
                                                                                                         for business-related things like personal
son shutout streak of 478:39 and the aforementioned career streak of 544:48 ... after that CMU
match, however, went another 250:20 without allowing a goal ... shutout of EMU was her                   relations and math
fourth in her first five career starts ... the next time out, made it five shutouts in six starts with
106:48 of scoreless ball vs. UT ... helped the Falcons set a school record for lowest GAA in             Who has been the biggest influ-
MAC games (0.91) in a season ... BG surrendered a school record-low 26 goals in this season’s            ence in your life and why? My
20 games, for a 1.30 GAA (second-lowest in school history), and gave up only 10 goals -- also            parents have always supported me and
a school record-low total -- in the 11 MAC matches ... started each of the last six games of the         told me to go after my soccer passion.
year ... did not allow a goal in road games, playing a total of 201:51 over five matches.                 If it hadn’t been for them, there is no
                                                                                                         way that I could have made it all the
2005: Saw action in three matches off the bench, as the Falcons won the MAC regular-season
                                                                                                         way to college level soccer
and tournament titles ... did not allow a single goal in 66:19 ... was called upon to make just
one save, in the Ball State match ... played the entire second half of the Falcons’ 6-0 win over
Cleveland State, combining with Ali Shingler on that shutout win ... played 8:35 at BSU, and             Who do you look up to most on
also was in net for the last 12:44 of the Falcons’ shutout win over Buffalo.                             the team? Brianne Eisenhard. She is
                                                                                                         the funniest girl you will probably ever
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter at Hendersonville (‘05) under coach Russ Plummer ...                    meet and can always make you smile
an all-state performer as a senior for the Commandos ... three-time all-county and all-district          no matter how mad you are. She has a
team pick ... the Sumner County GK of the Year as a senior, also being named the District 9              way to calm down the team when we
Defensive MVP that season ... team went 66-23-10 during her four years, including a 23-2-2               are on edge. She always works hard
                                        mark and a state finals appearance during her junior sea-
                                                                                                         and is a force to be dealt with in the
                                        son
                                        so ... Spanish Club ... Honor Society treasurer ... named
                                        the school’s Female Athlete of the Year.                         midfield

                                        PERSONAL: Christina Leigh Zabek was born Jan. 21,
                                        PE                                                               Favorite TV show: Grey’s Anatomy
                                        1987, in Corinth, Miss. ... marketing major with a 3.58
                                        19                                                               (I know ... real original)
                                        cumulative GPA through her first two years on campus
                                        cu
                                        ... daughter of Ed Zabek, Jr., and Melissa Zabek ... the         Favorite song or artist: If it’s coun-
                                        youngest of three daughters ... father played baseball at
                                        yo                                                               try, I will listen to it. Right now I would
                                        Indiana State ... club team, the Brentwood Impact, earned
                                        In                                                               have to say my favorite artist is either
                                        three
                                        thr consecutive state championships from 2002-04 and
                                                                                                         Faith Hill or Carrie Underwood
                                        was
                                        wa ranked sixth in Region III and 37th nationally ... se-
                                        lected
                                        lec to the Tennessee State ODP team five consecutive
                                        ye ... Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
                                        years                                                            Best advice you were ever given?
                                                                                                         My dad once told me to “plant my
                                                                                                         corn early, it grows better.” I just think
                                                       ZABEK YEAR BY YEAR
                                                       Year     MP/MS      Min.   Svs GAA     Record
                                                                                                         that is an important thing to know
                                                       2005        3/0    66:19    1   0.00    0-0-0
                                                                                                         Goals for 2007: To win the MAC
                                                       2006       12/7   803:39   35   0.67    5-2-0
                                                                                                         again!!!! And, to beat Toledo
                                                       Career     15/7   869:58   36   0.62    5-2-0



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                               #14 • SAMANTHA BLAND
                               DEFENDER • 5-8 • SO./SO.                                                    GETTING TO KNOW
                               HILLIARD, OHIO (DARBY)                                                      SAMANTHA ...
                                2006: Named the Falcons’ MVP on defense in her first season
                                in the Brown and Orange ... named to the national All-Rookie               I chose BGSU because: Excel-
                                Third Team by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... the only Mid-American                lent soccer program and it was close
                                Conference player named to that squad ... saw action in 16 of              enough to home
                                BGSU’s 20 games, making 13 starts, and helped the Falcons post
                                a school-record 10 shutouts ... at the other end of the field, had          Favorite place on campus and
                                three points on a goal and an assist ... the goal was a last-minute        why? Starbucks because it is so deli-
                                game winner, against Eastern Michigan ... her assist also came             cious!
                                on a winning goal, in the second overtime of the Falcons’ next
                                game, a 1-0 victory over Toledo in the final regular-season match           What is your major and why did
                                ... made her collegiate debut in the Falcons’ season opener, com-          you choose it? Dietetics b/c I always
ing off the bench to see action at #16 Marquette ... first collegiate start came two days later, at         want to eat healthy but it never works
UW-Milwaukee ... in the EMU match, headed home Colleen Kordan’s long free kick with just                   out
47 seconds left in regulation ... the next time out, drew an assist on Brianne Eisenhard’s OT
winner against UT ... was in the starting lineup for each of the final 11 games of the season.              What are you most looking for-
                                                                                                           ward to in 2007? Winning the MAC,
                                                                                                           being out of study tables
HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year letterwinner for Hilliard Darby (‘06) under coach Chris King
... a first-team All-Ohio Capital Conference selection ... finished her career as the team’s MVP,            Who do you look up to most on
leading the Panthers in assists from her defender position ... Honor Roll all four years ... played        the team? Susie Q (Susan Hunter),
for Darby as a freshman and a senior ... played with the Ohio Premier Fall Team in her sopho-              she seems to know what she is talking
more and junior years.                                                                                     about

PERSONAL: Samantha Jo Bland was born on Dec. 21, 1987, in Dallas, Texas ... currently                      Career plans/what do you want
undecided upon a major at BGSU ... daughter of John and Becky Bland ... has an older brother               to do after graduation? Maybe get
and an older sister ... hails from the same high school as former Falcon Lindsay Carter, who               my masters, get a good job and try not
was the lone senior on the 2006 BGSU squad ... has played club ball with Ohio Premier, cap-                to live in my parents’ basement for too
taining that team ... as mentioned, played two years with the Ohio Premier Fall Team.                      long

                                                                                                           Favorite quote: “If you don’t shoot,
                                                                                                           you won’t score” :)

                                                                                                           Best advice you were ever given:
                                                                                                           “Definition of a splinter butt: one
                                                                                                            who sits the bench long enough to get
                                                                                                           splinters. Don’t be a splinter butt.”

                                                                                                           Who has been the biggest influ-
                                                                                                           ence in your life and why? My
                                                                                                           parents b/c they always seem to know
                                                                                                           the right answers

                                                                                                           Favorite TV show: Grey’s Anatomy

                                                                                                           Favorite movie: Cinderella Man

                                                                                                           Favorite song or artist: anything by
                                                     BLAND YEAR BY YEAR                                    Kenny Chesney
                                                     Year          MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.
                                                     2006            16/13           3      1-1=3
                                                                                                           Something that people might not
                                                                                                           know about me: I was born in Texas

                                                                                                           Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                           Richards: English, tall, funny




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                               #
                               #10 • JEN CZAPKA
                               MIDFIELDER • 5-2 • SO./SO.
                               M                                                                    GETTING TO KNOW
                               UXBRIDGE, ONTARIO, CANADA
                               U                                                                    JEN ...
                               (
                               (ST. MARY CATHOLIC SECONDARY)
                               2006: Played in 10 matches in her initial season, making one
                               2                                                                    Nickname: Cheppy
                               start ... made her collegiate debut in the Falcons’ season opener,
                               st
                               coming off the bench to see action at #16 Marquette ... first col-
                               c                                                                    What is your major and why did
                               legiate start came two days later, at UW-Milwaukee ... had a shot
                               le                                                                   you choose it? I am studying Busi-
                               on goal in that UWM contest.
                               o                                                                    ness Administration in hopes of one
                                                                                                    day working in real estate

                               HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a pair of letters at St. Mary’s Catholic
                               H                                                                    What are you most looking for-
                               Secondary School (‘06) ... an Honor Roll student each year ...
                               S                                                                    ward to in 2007? Travelling
                               Ontario Scholar Award.
                               O
                                                                                                    Who has been the biggest influ-
                                                                                                    ence in your life and why? Both of
PERSONAL: Jennifer Marie Czapka was born May 29, 1988, in North York, Ontario ... plans             my parents, because on top of being
to major in business ... has a cumulative GPA of 3.22 through her first year at BGSU ... daugh-      parents they are my friends as well
ter of Peter and Karen Czapka ... the oldest of three children ... has a brother and a sister ...
has played club soccer with the Unionville Strikers and Pickering Eagles, helping those teams       Person you would most like to
to numerous honors ... Strikers earned a Canadian Professional Soccer League championship           meet? It’s a tie between Ellen Dege-
in 2005, and also won the CGSL League and CGSL Cup titles ... Strikers U17/18 team was              neres and Matthew McConaughey
ranked number-one in Ontario and #2 in Canada in ‘05 ... Eagles won the U21 Ontario Cup
finals in the summer of ‘06 ... Ontario Provincial Team member in 2003.                              Favorite quote? “You’ll find that the
                                                                                                    harder you work, the more luck you’ll
                                                                                                    find” – Thomas Jefferson
 CZAPKA YEAR BY YEAR
 Year          MP/MS          Shots   G-A=Pts.                                                      Favorite TV show: Funniest Home
 2006             10/1           1       0-0=0                                                      Videos

                                                                                                    Favorite song or artist - or the
                                                                                                    song/artist that is in my iPod
                                                                                                    right now: anything country

                                                                                                    Best advice you were ever given?
                                                                                                    “Don’t cry, fix it.” and “If people are
                                                                                                    willing to show you who they really are,
                                                                                                    believe them.”

                                                                                                    The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                                                                    soccer is: having 25 other people
                                                                                                    working towards the same goal

                                                                                                    Something that people might not
                                                                                                    know about me: I started playing
                                                                                                    soccer when I was younger because
                                                                                                    I was told that there would be a pool
                                                                                                    party at the end of the season ... and
                                                                                                    look where it got me

                                                                                                    In the movie about your life, the
                                                                                                    person who would play you would
                                                                                                    be: Sarah Jessica Parker

                                                                                                    In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                                                                                    happy, healthy, and living in Canada

The 2007 sophomores are (clockwise from top) Samantha Bland, Colleen
Kordan, Carolyn Nesline, Kayleigh Zajaros, Jen Czapka, Stacey Lucas,
Kaitlyn Kobe, Alexa Arsenault and Faith Juillerat.

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                              #20 • FAITH JUILLERAT
                              F
                              FORWARD • 5-6 • SO./SO.                                                    GETTING TO KNOW
                              MASON, OHIO (MASON)
                              M                                                                          FAITH ...
                              2006: Played in 17 matches as a freshman, making four starts ...
                              2
                              fifth on the team in scoring ... had four points on a pair of goals         Favorite place on campus: The
                              ... both goals came in MAC games at Cochrane Field, and both
                              ..                                                                         dial
                              were game-winners ... was in the starting lineup in her first col-
                              w
                              legiate match, at #16 Marquette ... first collegiate goal came in
                              le                                                                         Major: Education
                              home win over Western Michigan ... scored in the 33rd minute,
                              h
                              less than four minutes after entering the match for the first time
                              le                                                                         What are you most looking for-
                              .. made it two goals in as many weekends with a second-half
                              ...                                                                        ward to in 2007? Winning the mac
                              goal
                              g in the win over Miami ... wore uniform #22 as a freshman.
                                                                                                         Favorite TV show: Grey’s Anatomy

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Mason (‘06) under coaches Angie Edmonds
        SCHOOL: f                                                                                        The thing I like most about BGSU
and Paul Reedy ... the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Player of the Year as a senior ... earned          soccer is: The girls
All-Ohio Third-Team honors that season, and was a two-time all-league, all-city and all-district
first-team pick ... scored 41 career goals and added 22 assists for the Comets ... a two-time             Any superstitions, pre-game ritu-
team MVP, she helped the Comets to the FAVC title as a senior ... also earned two letters in             als, etc.? My pre-game rituals are
basketball.                                                                                              eating Chipotle and tanning


PERSONAL: Faith Marie Juillerat was born Dec. 9, 1987, in Cincinnati, Ohio ... majoring in
physical education teacher education at BGSU ... daughter of Jeff and Michele Juillerat ... has a
younger sister ... mother swam collegiately, at Eastern Michigan Univ. ... comes from the same
high school that produced a trio of Falcons in Leslie Hepfinger, Erika Flanders and Ashley
Wentzel, all of whom captained the BGSU squad ... has played club ball for FOSC Mirage.




 JUILLERAT YEAR BY YEAR
 Year         MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.
 2006            17/4          13      2-0=4




                                                                                                         Faith Juillerat (22) is congratulated by
                                                                                                         Danielle Cygan after scoring a second-
                                                                                                         half goal in the win over Miami last
                                                                                                         October




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                               #11 • KAITLYN KOBE
                               DEFENDER • 5-4 • SO./SO.                                              GETTING TO KNOW
                               SOLON, OHIO (SOLON)                                                   KAITLYN ...
                               2006: Saw action in eight matches off the bench ... made her
                               collegiate debut in the Falcons’ season opener, coming off the        I chose BGSU because: I loved
                               bench to see action at #16 Marquette.                                 the people here and it has a great
                                                                                                     education program, which is what I
                                                                                                     was looking for. It also gave me the op-
                             HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Solon (‘06) for               portunity to play soccer in college
                             coaches Tony Moore and Tolga Yanmaz ... two-time All-Western
                             Reserve Conference First-Team selection for the Comets ... was          Best thing about BG: The people
                             named both her school’s Best Offensive Player and Best Defen-
                             sive Player during her tenure ... also earned one track letter ... in   Favorite place on campus and
                             the classroom, was an Honor Roll student and a Scholar Athlete          why: The grassy area between
Award recipient on multiple occasions ... National Honor Society member.                             Kreischer and Harshman because it’s a
                                                                                                     good place to just hang out and relax!

PERSONAL: Kaitlyn Nicole Kobe was born on Jan. 19, 1988, in Mayfield Heights, Ohio ...                What is your major and why: Math
majoring in adolescent/young adult/secondary education ... has a 3.68 cumulative GPA through         Education because i do well in math
her first year at BGSU ... daughter of Mike and Cheryl Kobe ... has three brothers ... has played     and i think that it will be fun to teach
club ball for the Everest Soccer Club and Cleveland Cobras.                                          kids

                                                                                                     What are you looking forward to
                                                                                                     most in 2007: Being MAC Champs
                                                                                                     and winning the tournament!

                                                                                                     Who do you look up to most on
                                                                                                     the team: Bri (Eisenhard) because she
                                                                                                     is a hard worker and a great player and
                                                                                                     has been a good friend to me

                                                                                                     Career plans: I want to teach high
                                                                                                     school math in an area similar to where
                                                                                                     I am from (suburban) and i hope to be
                                                                                                     a well-liked teacher
                                                     KOBE YEAR BY YEAR
                                                     Year         MP/MS         Shots   G-A=Pts.     Favorite Movie: Finding Nemo
                                                     2006             8/0           0      0-0=0
                                                                                                     Best Advice you were ever given:
                                                                                                     Treat others how you would like to be
                                                                                                     treated

                                                                                                     The thing I like most about BG
                                                                                                     soccer is: getting to know all the girls
                                                                                                     on the team and becoming friends with
                                                                                                     everyone

                                                                                                     Best thing about home gamedays:
                                                                                                     not having to ride for hours on a bus

                                                                                                     Something people might not
                                                                                                     know about me: I was cut from my
                                                                                                     high school soccer team my freshman
                                                                                                     year

                                                                                                     In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                                                                                     married and settled into my job




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                               #5 • COLLEEN KORDAN
                               DEFENDER • 5-8 • SO./SO.                                                    GETTING TO KNOW
                               STRONGSVILLE, OHIO (STRONGSVILLE)                                           COLLEEN ...
                            2006: Named to the MAC’s All-Freshman Team ... anchored a
                            Falcon defensive unit that set a school record with 10 shutouts                Nickname: Leen
                            ... played in all 20 games, making 18 starts ... started the final 17
                            contests of the year ... the Falcons’ primary free-kick taker, had a           Best thing about BGSU: The
                            pair of assists, including a game-winning assist off a last-minute             athletic community. All athletic teams
                            free kick vs. Eastern Michigan ... other assist came vs. Michigan              are very supportive of one another; for
                            State ... BG’s defense set school marks for fewest goals allowed,              example, Falcon Frenzies!
                            both overall (26 in 20 games) and in MAC games (10 in 11
                            games) ... the Falcons had seven shutouts in the 11 conference                 Favorite place on campus and
                            regular-season contests ... was in the starting lineup in her first             why? My bed because I love to sleep!
                            collegiate match, at #16 Marquette ... first collegiate assist came
in the MSU game, as Stacey Lucas converted her lone entry ball on a free kick ... also assisted            What is your major and why did
on Samantha Bland’s goal with just 47 seconds left in regulation in the EMU game.                          you choose it? I chose to become a
                                                                                                           Business major because I figured that
                                                                                                           there are many different career paths
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter at Strongsville (‘06) under coach Jon Felton ... the latest               to choose from
in BG’s über-successful line of Strongsville products ... earned a veritable plethora of honors
during her tenure with the Mustangs ... was named an All-American by the National Soccer                   What are you most looking
Coaches Association of America as a senior, after helping the team to a second state champi-               forward to in 2007? I am looking
onship in her four years (2002 and 2005) ... a two-time all-state selection, earning first-team             forward to meeting my new team, win-
honors as a senior after being named to the third team the prior year ... the Pioneer Conference           ning a few games and maybe even a
MVP in 2005 ... team earned district titles in all four seasons, as well as a pair of league titles        MAC Championship!
... SHS went 73-8-9 in her four years, and never lost a home game (37-0-4) ... Mustangs al-
lowed only 34 goals in those 90 games, and had 68 shutouts.                                                Who has been the biggest influ-
                                                                                                           ence in your life? My family – they
                                                                                                           support me in everything that I do and
PERSONAL: Colleen Kay Kordan was born Sept. 20, 1988, in Bedford, Ohio ... currently un-                   they are always there for me
decided upon a major at BGSU ... has a 3.16 cumulative GPA through her first year ... daughter
of Victor and Diane Kordan ... the youngest of two children ... older brother, Kyle, is also a             Person you would most like to
student at BGSU ... the latest in a long line of Strongsville H.S. products to come to BG ... that         meet? Daniel Gibson (Cleveland
list includes Michelle Lisy, Jenny Berlovan and Nikki Pucillo ... has played club ball for the             Cavaliers)
Cleveland United ... was on the Ohio North ODP team in both 2004 and ‘05 ... also was on the
regional team and attended the national ODP camp.                                                          Career plans/what do you want to
                                                                                                           do after graduation? I would like to
                                                                                                           get a well-paying job after graduation
                                                                                                           and travel the world

                                                                                                           Favorite road trip: My favorite road
                                                                                                           trip was on the way home from Kent
                                                     KORDAN YEAR BY YEAR                                   State, “Team Karaoke!”
                                                     Year         MP/MS         Shots    G-A=Pts.
                                                     2006           20/18           3      0-2=2
                                                                                                           Favorite quote: “Say what you mean
                                                                                                           and mean what you say, because the
                                                                                                           people that matter don’t mind and the
                                                                                                           people that mind don’t matter.”

                                                                                                           Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                                                                                           Donating my time to help build a util-
                                                                                                           ity shed for Habitat for Humanity with
                                                                                                           my team. It was a lot of fun although it
                                                                                                            took us a while to figure out how to get
                                                                                                           the nails in straight!

                                                                                                           Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                           Richards: Falcon Fitness Test



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                                #
                                #9 • STACEY LUCAS
                                FORWARD • 5-4 • SO./SO.
                                F                                                                         GETTING TO KNOW
                                HUBER HEIGHTS, OHIO (WAYNE)
                                H                                                                         STACEY ...
                                  2006: Played in all 20 matches in her initial season, making 15
                                  2
                                  starts ... finished fourth on the team in scoring, with six points ...
                                  st                                                                      I chose BGSU because of: Soccer
                                  had two goals and two assists ... both goals proved to be game
                                  h                                                                       and good education program
                                  winners ... made her collegiate debut in the Falcons’ season
                                  w
                                  opener, coming off the bench to see action at #16 Marquette
                                  o                                                                       Favorite place on campus and
                                  ... first collegiate start came two days later, at UW-Milwaukee
                                  ..                                                                      why? The Union, because there is
                                  ... first career goal came midway through the first half of the
                                  ..                                                                      good food!
                                  Youngstown State match, proving to be the winner in a 1-0
                                  Y
                                  Falcon triumph ... scored on a header vs. Michigan State, and hit
                                  F                                                                       What is your major and why did
                                  the post with another shot in that game ... initial assist as a Fal-
                                  th                                                                      you choose it? Elementary educa-
                                  con came on Danielle Cygan’s winner in the Western Michigan
                                  c                                                                       tion. I love kids
match, as Cygan knocked home her right-side crossing ball ... picked up another assist a week
later, just after hitting the crossbar with a shot, in the Miami match ... all six of her points came     What are you most looking for-
at Cochrane Field, ranking her second on the team in scoring in home games.                               ward to in 2007? Seeing how much
                                                                                                          the team has developed

HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time All-Ohio Third-Team honoree at Wayne H.S. (‘06) ... was an                        Who has been the biggest influ-
all-area and all-conference selection three times each for the Warriors ... the Greater Western           ence in your life and why? God; he
Ohio Conference Player of the Year in 2005 ... scored 81 career goals -- including 33 as a                always keeps me on the right track
senior -- and added 32 assists ... team advanced to the regional finals in 2004 and to the district
finals the next year ... earned three track letters.                                                       Who do you look up to most on
                                                                                                          the team? Corbie Yee

PERSONAL: Stacey Lynne Lucas was born on Sept. 22, 1987, in Dayton ... early childhood                    Person you would most like to
education major ... has a 3.50 cumulative GPA through her first year at BGSU ... daughter                  meet: Pelé
of Mark and Kathy Lucas ... has two older brothers ... has played club ball for Ohio Galax-
ies, leading the team in scoring over four seasons (2002-05) ... also played for Dayton Soccer            What do you want to do after
Academy (DSA) ... attended ODP regional camp and was selected to the state pool in two                    graduation? Become a teacher with
years.                                                                                                    a master’s degree

                                                                                                          Favorite road trip and why? Any
                                                                                                          trip with Larry. He fell asleep every
                                                                                                          time

                                                       LUCAS YEAR BY YEAR                                 Favorite quote and why? “With
                                                       Year          MP/MS          Shots   G-A=Pts.      him all things are possible.” This has
                                                       2006            20/15           17      2-2=6      been proven true in my life many times

                                                                                                          Favorite movie: The Sixth Sense

                                                                                                          The song/artist that is on my
                                                                                                          iPod: Linkin Park

                                                                                                          The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                                                                          soccer is: The team chemistry

                                                                                                          Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
                                                                                                          Scoring my first collegiate goal

                                                                                                          Something that people might not
                                                                                                          know about me: I like school

                                                                                                          Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                          Richards: Tall, English, coach




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THE SOPHOMORES

                               #
                               #8 • KAYLEIGH ZAJAROS
                               M
                               MIDFIELDER • 5-9 • SO./SO.                                                    GETTING TO KNOW
                               BAY VILLAGE, OHIO (BAY)
                               B                                                                             KAYLEIGH ...
                               2006: Played in 18 matches, making eight starts ... had one goal
                               2
                               on the season, a ‘Golden Goal’ in the Xavier match ... found the
                               o                                                                             Nickname: K
                               back of the net midway through the first overtime session against
                               b
                               X for the winning goal in her first-ever match at Cochrane
                               XU,                                                                           I chose BGSU because: The soccer
                               Field ... was in the starting lineup in her first collegiate match, at
                               F                                                                             program’s history and the campus
                               #16
                               # Marquette ... had a total of 18 shot attempts on the season,
                               w nine of those on goal.
                               with                                                                          Best thing about BGSU: The girls
                                                                                                             on the team

                               HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Bay H.S. (‘06)
                               H                                                                             Favorite place on campus and why?
                               fo coaches Beth Gavin and Gale Fisk ... helped the Rockets to
                               for                                                                           The Union. I like to eat
back-to-back
b k b k state championships in 2002 and 2003 and a semifinal appearance in ‘05 ... an
                    h    i hi
All-Greater Cleveland First-Team choice as a senior ... BHS went a combined 66-20-4 in her                   What is your major and why did you
four years, winning four district titles and three regional crowns ... all-conference first-team              choose it? Pre-med. I want to become
selection in 2005.                                                                                           a pediatrician

                                                                                                             Who has been the biggest influ-
PERSONAL: Kayleigh Melissa Zajaros was born on Nov. 3, 1987, in Lorain, Ohio ... biology                     ence in your life and why? My
(pre-medicine) major at BGSU ... daughter of John and Connie Zajaros ... the third of four                   Dad. He has been through a lot and
children ... has a brother and two sisters ... sister, Allison, played for Cleveland State during the        always finds a way to get through
Vikings’ first two years of varsity women’s soccer (2004 and 2005) ... has played club ball with              tough times
the Cleveland Soccer Academy Impact, as well as with Ohio Premier and Cleveland Cobras ...
also has been involved with Ohio North ODP ... attended the National Youth Leadership Forum                  Who do you look up to most on
on Medicine in Washington, D.C., in the summer of 2005 ... received the Kiwanis Academic                     the team? I really look up to all of
Achievement Award on several occasions.                                                                      the captains. They worked hard to get
                                                                                                             where they are and I admire them

                                                                                                             Favorite quote and why? “Never
                                                                                                             Quit.” It has gotten me to where I am
                                                                                                             today

                                                                                                             Favorite movie: I have many. Mostly
                                                                                                             action movies

  ZAJAROS YEAR BY YEAR                                                                                       Favorite BGSU soccer moment:
  Year         MP/MS          Shots   G-A=Pts.
                                                                                                             Scoring the game winning goal, which
  2006            18/8          18       1-0=2                                                               was the first goal of the season. I was
                                                                                                             extremely proud and excited

                                                                                                             In the movie about your life, the
                                                                                                             person who would play you would
                                                                                                             be: Anyone that is a tomboy

                                                                                                             Goals for the 2007 season: To
                                                                                                             come in hard and in shape. Win the
                                                                                                             MAC championship for the seniors

                                                                                                             In 10 years, I would like to be: A
                                                                                                             doctor, married with children, living
                                                                                                             down south

                                                                                                             Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                             Richards: Encouraging. Understand-
                                                                                                             ing. Fitness.




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                  THE REDSHIRT FRESHMAN / THE NEWCOMERS

                              #25 • ALEXA ARSENAULT
                              GOALKEEPER • 5-7 • SO./FR.                                            GETTING TO KNOW
                              RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, CANADA                                        ALEXA ...
                              (ST. THERESA OF LISIEUX)
                                                                                                    Nickname(s): Hollywood, Triple A,
                              2006: Did not see match action ... was injured for much of the        Alex
                              fall.
                                                                                                    Favorite place on campus? Union
                              HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter for St. Theresa of Lisieux          ... Green Tea Lemonade with classic
                              Catholic H.S. ... helped her team to the York Region Champion-        and raspberry syrup ... Starbucks!
                              ship ... also earned four basketball letters for the Lions.
                                                                                                    What is your major and why did
                                                                                                    you choose it? Physical education,
                                 PERSONAL: Alexa Katrina Arsenault was born March 14,               because I love to be active and to teach
1988, in Richmond Hill, Ontario ... physical education teacher education major at BGSU ...
daughter of Jacques and Helen Arsenault ... has an older brother ... a National Team of Canada      Favorite quote: “Tomorrow is a new
(NTC) Program invitee ... has played club ball for the Unionville Strikers, helping that team to    day ... and a new beginning.”
a league title in 2005 ... also played for Vaughan Azzurri ... a region record-holder in the shot
put for five consecutive years.                                                                      Song/artist that is on my iPod
                                                                                                    right now: Mattafix - “Big City Life”

                                                                                                    Any superstitions or pre-game
                                                                                                    rituals? I always touch the middle of
                                                                                                    my net before starting in a game

                                                                                                    The thing I like most about BGSU
                                                                                                    soccer: The friendships I have made


                                                                                                    GETTING TO KNOW
                                                                                                    CAROLYN ...
                              #
                              #2 • CAROLYN NESLINE                                                  Best thing about BGSU: I really
                              M
                              MIDFIELDER • 5-5 • SO./SO.                                            like the people and the campus. I love
                              WORTHINGTON, OHIO (THOMAS
                              W                                                                     how even though it’s a big school you
                              WORTHINGTON) (BUTLER UNIV.)
                              W                                                                     still run into people you know
                              PRIOR TO BGSU: Played at Butler University as a fresh-
                              P
                              man in 2006 ... saw action in four games off the bench for the
                              m                                                                     What is your major? Telecom-
                              Bulldogs.
                              B                                                                     munications with a minor in business.
                                                                                                    I’d like to work for a television station
                              HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Thomas Worthington
                              H                                                                     someday
                              H.S. under head coach Doug Dosky ... named to the all-confer-
                              H
                              ence second team ... helped team to conference championship her
                              e                                                                     Something that people might not
                              senior season ... captained the team as a senior.
                              se                                                                    know about me: I was in theatre in
                                                                                                    high school. And, I enjoy going to see
PERSONAL: Carolyn Rebeca Nesline was born Nov. 12, 1987 ... telecommunication major                 stage shows
at BGSU ... daughter of Richard and Nancy Nesline ... the youngest of three children ... has
two older sisters ... played four years of club soccer for Ohio Premier.                            Goals for 2007: MAC Champs!

                                                                                                    In 10 years, I would like to be:
                                                                                                    Successful. Not like mounds of money,
                                                                                                    but a stable job and a family to take
                                                                                                    care of. I would love that!

                                                                                                    Three words to describe Andy
                                                                                                    Richards: Tall, British, Comical :)




26     BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
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                               #
                               #3 • ALICIA ALMOND
                               M
                               MIDFIELDER • 5-4 • FR./FR.                                                   GETTING TO KNOW
                               FINDLAY, OHIO (FINDLAY)
                               F                                                                            ALICIA ...
                               HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Findlay (‘07) for
                               H                                                                            Best thing about BGSU: welcoming
                               coach Kevin Veroneau ... was named to the All-Ohio Third Team
                               c
                               as a senior ... helped lead the Trojans to the Greater Buckeye
                               a                                                                            What is your major and why did
                               Conference championship in each of her four seasons ... team
                               C                                                                            you choose it? Psychology ... want to
                               also won three district titles in that time ... scored 36 goals,
                               a                                                                            help teenagers when they feel like there
                               including 17 as a senior ... 30 career assists included 15 in that
                               in                                                                           is no other way
                               senior campaign ... earned All-GBC honors all four years, includ-
                               se
                               ing being named to the first team as both a junior and senior ...
                               in                                                                           Favorite quote: “Everything needs
                               also a four-year letterwinner in both softball and basketball ... a
                               a                                                                            a little rain to grow” – it’s OK when
                               catcher, earned all-state second-team honors on the diamond.
                               c                                                                            things get tough, because nothing is
PERSONAL Ali i Ann Almond was born on April 21, 1989, in Cape Coral, Fla. ... plans
PERSONAL: Alicia A Al                                                                                       perfect and it’s a long bumpy road to
to major in psychology at BGSU ... daughter of Nelson and Laura Almond ... the youngest of                  success
three children ... has two older brothers ... has played club ball for both the Greater Toledo Soc-
cer Club and Findlay Premier ... also was a member of the Ohio North ODP team in 2003.                      Favorite song/artist: Rascal Flatts

                                                                                                            Any superstitions or pre-game
                                                                                                            rituals? Write a goal for the game on
                                                                                                            my wrist

                                                                                                            Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                            Richards: Humorous, Energetic,
                                                                                                            Supportive




                               #
                               #15 • SARAH HAFERKAMP                                                        GETTING TO KNOW
                               MIDFIELDER/DEFENDER • 5-8 • FR./FR.
                               M                                                                            SARAH ...
                               ST. LOUIS, MO. (PARKWAY WEST)
                               S
                                                                                                            I chose BGSU because: Good
                               HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Parkway West
                               H                                                                            special education program and soccer
                               (‘07) under coach Annie Wayland ... a three-time All-Subur-
                               (‘                                                                           team
                               ban South Conference first-team selection ... Longhorns won
                               b
                               conference championships in the springs of 2004 and 2007 and
                               c                                                                            Favorite quote: “I’ve missed more
                               shared the title in ‘06 ... had nine career goals and 31 assists as a
                               sh                                                                           than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost
                               sweeper, helping the team to a four-year mark of 59-24 ... partici-
                               sw                                                                           almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been
                               pated in the Missouri Athletic Club Senior All-Star Game ... led
                               p                                                                            trusted to take the game winning shot
                               the Longhorns in assists as a freshman en route to team rookie-
                               th                                                                           and missed. I’ve failed over and over
                               of-the-year honors ... also earned four letters as a basketball point
                               o                                                                            and over again in my life. And that is
                               guard ... National Honor Society ... Student Council.
                               g                                                                            why I succeed.” - Michael Jordan
PERSONAL: Sarah B th H f
PERSONAL S h Beth Haferkamp was born on Aug. 10, 1988, in St. Louis ... plans to
major in special education at BGSU ... daughter of Jeff and Kamie Haferkamp ... the young-                  Something that people might not
est of three girls ... father played baseball at Univ. of Missouri ... has played club ball for J.B.        know about me: I am OBSESSED
Marine Soccer Club, leading that team to a Missouri State Cup triumph and a runner-up finish                 with Harry Potter.
... a four-year captain who helped the team to state runner-up finishes in three-straight years.
                                                                                                            Any superstitions or pregame
                                                                                                            rituals? Oh, I have terrible supersti-
                                                                                                            tions. If we win a game, I’ll make sure
                                                                                                            to eat the same food on the next game
                                                                                                            day and do the same rituals. Also, my
                                                                                                            dad always told me if I make my bed
                                                                                                             before my game, I’ll play better.



                                                                                                       BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER     27
                  THE NEWCOMERS

                              #
                              #23 • ASHLEY LINTZ
                              DEFENDER • 5-5 • FR./FR.
                              D                                                                      GETTING TO KNOW
                              MASON, OHIO (MASON)
                              M                                                                      ASHLEY ...
                              HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Mason (‘07)
                              H                                                                      I chose BGSU because of: Location,
                              under coaches Paul Reedy and Pete Rudowski ... three-time All-
                              u                                                                      education, soccer
                              Fort Ancient Valley Conference selection ... earned All-FAVC
                              F
                              first-team honors in each of her last two years after being named       Who do you look up to most on
                              to the second team as a sophomore ... team won the league              the team? Tiffany Hansen
                              title with an undefeated record her junior year ... earned Best
                              ti
                              Defender Award accolades from her teammates as both a junior
                              D                                                                      Favorite quote: “Worrying is like a
                              and a senior, after having been named the team’s Rookie of the
                              a                                                                      rocking chair ... it gives you something
                              Year as a frosh ... named to All-Ohio Southwest Academic team
                              Y                                                                      to do but gets you nowhere.”
                              ... also earned a pair of track & field letters.
                              ..
PERSONAL: Ashley Nichole Lintz was born on Feb. 24, 1989, in Mason ... currently unde-
PERSONAL A hl Ni h l                                                                                 Best advice you were ever given?
cided upon a major at BGSU ... daughter of Jeff Lintz, Amy Bates and Bryan Bates (stepfather)        Take one day at a time
... has a younger sister and five younger brothers ... has played club ball for the Ohio Elite Soc-
cer Academy ... the latest in a long line of Mason H.S. standouts to play at BGSU ... that list      The thing I like most about BGSU
includes Erika Flanders, Ashley Wentzel and sophomore teammate Faith Juillerat.                      soccer is: the closeness of the team

                                                                                                     Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                     Richards: Personable, easygoing, fun




                                                                                                     GETTING TO KNOW
                              #24 • MEAGAN MORAN
                              #                                                                      MEAGAN ...
                              MIDFIELDER/FORWARD • 5-4 • FR./FR.
                              M
                              BEAVERCREEK, OHIO (BEAVERCREEK)
                              B                                                                      I chose BGSU because: I fell in love
                                                                                                     with the school and the team. Some-
                                HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year letterwinner at Beavercreek (‘07)
                                H                                                                    thing just felt right
                                under coach Steve Popp ... played her freshman and sophomore
                                u
                                seasons at Bellbrook H.S. for coach Tom Bean ... her teams won
                                se                                                                   What is your major and why? Bi-
                                league titles in all four years ... the 2003 Southwestern Buckeye
                                le                                                                   ology because I love science and math
                                League Newcomer of the Year, scoring 20 goals and helping
                                L                                                                    and want to be a pharmacist
                                Bellbrook to the league title ... SWBL’s Most Valuable Offensive
                                B
                                Player as a soph in 2004, helping the Eagles to another league
                                P                                                                    Best advice you were ever given?
                                crown ... led the SWBL in goals both years ... at Beavercreek,
                                c                                                                    To never give up and always give
                                helped the team to a pair of Greater Western Ohio Conference
                                h                                                                    everything 110%
                                titles, earning a #15 national ranking in 2006 ... earned All-
                                ti
GWOC First-Team and all-district honors both years ... had career totals of 65 goals and 28
                          all-dist                                                                   Something that people might not
assists ... Student Council member.                                                                  know about me: I’ve never drank a
PERSONAL: Meagan Nicole Moran was born on August 1, 1988, in Kettering, Ohio ... plans               pop, anything with carbonation makes
to major in biology at BGSU ... daughter of Mike and Tammy Moran ... an only child ... father        me sick!
played football at Missouri State Univ. ... has played club ball for the Dayton Soccer Academy,
captaining her teams for seven years ... was on the Ohio South State ODP team for five years,         Any superstitions, pre-game ritu-
and went to regional camp for five years as well.                                                     als, etc.? I have to chew gum before
                                                                                                     every game

                                                                                                     Three words that describe Andy
                                                                                                     Richards: Personable, enthusiastic,
                                                                                                     and English – Love the accent!



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                               #
                               #22 • KATIE STEPHENSON
                               MIDFIELDER • 5-5 • FR./FR.
                               M                                                                            GETTING TO KNOW
                               LEXINGTON, OHIO (LEXINGTON)
                               L                                                                            KATIE ...
                               HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Lexington (‘07)
                               H                                                                            My major and why: General busi-
                               under coaches Allison Mumaw and Bob Juengst ... started all
                               u                                                                            ness. I hope to be able to narrow it
                               four years ... a three-time selection to the All-Ohio Cardinal
                               fo                                                                           down after my first year at BG. I chose
                               Conference first team ... also named to the All-Northwest District
                               C                                                                            business because I like working with
                               first team three times ... team won a pair of OCC championships               numbers, and I want to know more
                               and was the district runner-up in 2003 ... Minutemen advanced to
                               a                                                                            about how businesses are run
                               the district semifinals in two other years ... completed her career
                               th
                               as a participant in the NCOSSCA Senior All-Star Game, and was
                               a                                                                            I chose BGSU because: of the busi-
                               voted her school’s Outstanding Female Athlete ... also earned
                               v                                                                            ness program they offer, the campus
                               three letters in basketball ... National Honor Society.
                               th                                                                           and town, and the soccer team. And,
PERSONAL: Kathryn L
PERSONAL K th             Lynnette Stephenson was born on Dec. 5, 1988, in Mansfield, Ohio
                                t                                                                           BG is far from home, but still close
... plans to major in business administration/general business at BGSU ... daughter of Brent
Stephenson and Patricia Masi ... the eldest of three children ... has a brother and a sister ... has        Teammate I look up to: Tiff
played club ball for Liederkranz Mid-Ohio United Soccer Club ... co-captained that team for                 Hansen!
four years, helping them to several titles.
                                                                                                            I would most like to meet: Brandi
                                                                                                            Chastain, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, and
                                                                                                            Bill Belicheck.

                                                                                                            Favorite song/artists: Would have
                                                                                                            to be Steppenwolf and Journey

                                                    T
                                                    The 2007 freshmen are (top) Meagan Moran,               Best advice ever given to me:
                                                    (middle, left to right) Alicia Almond, Ashley
                                                    (m                                                      Think before you speak or act
                                                    L
                                                    Lintz, (bottom, left to right) Sarah Haferkamp,
                                                    Katie Stephenson and Jackie Tamerlano.
                                                    K

                                                                                                            GETTING TO KNOW
                                                                                                            JACKIE ...
                                                                                                            I chose BGSU because: of its soccer
                                                                                                            and Business programs

                                                                                                            Best thing about BGSU: The col-
                                     AC
                               #7 • JACKIE TAMERLANO                                                        lege-town campus

                               FORWARD/MIDFIELDER • 5-8 • FR./FR.                                           What is your major and why did
                               NORTH ROYALTON, OHIO (NORTH ROYALTON)                                        you choose it? Business because I
                               HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter at North Royalton (‘07)                     would like to own my own business
                               under coaches Kyle Dietrich and Mic Sedar ... a two-time All-                some day
                               Ohio selection who earned All-Pioneer Conference honors in
                               each of her four years, including first-team selections in each               Favorite quote and why? “Scars
                               of the last three ... also a four-time pick to the all-district team,        heal, glory fades, so all your left with
                               including first-team honors as a junior and senior ... totalled 28            is all the memories made.” I like this
                               goals and 30 assists in her career ... helped the Bears to a 16-4-2          quote because no matter what happens
                               overall record and a conference championship as a senior ... also            in your life good or bad one day you’ll
                               earned three letters in basketball, helping that team to a confer-           only have the memories of it so make
                               ence co-championship her senior year ... National Honor Society.             them good ones

PERSONAL: Jacquelyn Nicole Tamerlano was born on Aug. 30, 1989, in Mayfield, Ohio ...                        Favorite TV show: Lost
plans to major in business at BGSU ... daughter of Nick and Kathy Tamerlano ... the second
of four daughters ... has played club soccer for the Cleveland Futbol Club beginning with the               Best advice you were ever given:
Under-12 team ... helped the club to the State Cup finals in 2005 ... has extensive ODP experi-              No matter what you do make sure it’s
ence, having played with the State Team, attending the regional camp and most recently, being               fun and worth it
a 2007 Super Y League National ODP Camp Invitee.



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                    2007 OPPONENTS

AKRON                                                 Letterwinners Ret./Lost                     16/6       MICHIGAN STATE
Location                              Akron, Ohio     Starters Ret./Lost                          10/1       Location                  East Lansing, Michigan
Conference                          Mid-American      Series Record                        Tied, 2-2-1       Conference                               Big Ten
Coach              Catherine Byrne (Methodist, ’91)   Women’s Soccer SID                   Ben Turner        Coach            Tom Saxton (Michigan State, ’83)
2006 Overall Record                         11-7-0    Phone                              217.581.7020        2006 Overall Record                        8-9-1
2006 MAC Record/Finish                  4-7-0/10th    E-mail                         bwturner@eiu.edu        2006 BTC Record/Finish               4-6-0/Ninth
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                        11/3   Web                         www.EIUpanthers.com        Letterwinners Ret./Lost                      26/3
Starters Ret./Lost                              8/3                                                          Starters Ret./Lost                           10/1
Series Record                   BGSU leads, 5-1-0     EASTERN MICHIGAN                                       Series Record                   MSU leads, 9-1-1
Women’s Soccer SID                    Gregg Bach      Location                        Ypsilanti, Michigan    Women’s Soccer SID                          TBA
Phone                                330.972.6106     Conference                           Mid-American      Phone                              517.355.2271
E-mail                          gbach@uakron.edu      Coach            Scott Hall (Eastern Michigan, ’94)    E-mail                                      TBA
Web                              www.GoZips.com       2006 Overall Record                           6-10-2   Web                       www.msuspartans.com
                                                      2006 MAC Record/Finish                    3-8-0/11th
BALL STATE                                            Letterwinners Ret./Lost                         19/2   MURRAY STATE
Location                          Muncie, Indiana     Starters Ret./Lost                              10/1   Location                       Murray, Kentucky
Conference                          Mid-American      Series Record                            Tied, 6-6-1   Conference                           Ohio Valley
Coach              Michelle Salmon (Maryland, ’98)    Women’s Soccer SID Sarah VanMetre/Paul Pancoe          Coach                 Beth Acreman (Barton, ’99)
2006 Overall Record                         13-4-3    Phone                                 734.487.0317     2006 Overall Record                        5-9-4
2006 MAC Record/Finish                  8-2-1/First   E-mail                       svanmetr@emich.edu;       2006 OVC Record/Finish              2-4-3/Eighth
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                        17/6                                  ppancoe@emich.edu       Letterwinners Ret./Lost                     14/9
Starters Ret./Lost                              8/3   Web                           www.emueagles.com        Starters Ret./Lost                           8/3
Series Record                    BSU leads, 5-2-1                                                            Series Record                      First Meeting
Women’s Soccer SID               Matt McCollester     KENT STATE                                             Women’s Soccer SID                 Dave Winder
Phone                                765.285.8242     Location                             Kent, Ohio        Phone                             270.809.4271
E-mail                       mjmccolleste@bsu.edu     Conference                       Mid-American          E-mail              dave.winder@murraystate.edu
Web                        www.ballstatesports.com    Coach               Rob Marinaro (Clemson, ’92)        Web                           www.goracers.com
                                                      2006 Overall Record                     10-10-1
BUFFALO                                               2006 MAC Record/Finish               6-5-0/Sixth       NORTHERN ILLINOIS
Location                      Buffalo, New York       Letterwinners Ret./Lost                     17/5       Location                             DeKalb, Ill.
Conference                        Mid-American        Starters Ret./Lost                           9/4       Conference                       Mid-American
Coach                Jean-A. Tassy (Niagara, ’82)     Series Record                BGSU leads, 7-3-3         Coach                   Marci Miller (SMU, ’98)
2006 Overall Record                       8-10-0      Women’s Soccer SID                  Todd Vatter        2006 Overall Record                      8-11-2
2006 MAC Record/Finish               4-6-0/Ninth      Phone                             330.672.8467         2006 MAC Record/Finish          5-6-0/T-Seventh
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                      19/7     E-mail                       tvatter1@kent.edu         Letterwinners Ret./Lost                    15/5
Starters Ret./Lost                            9/2     Web                     www.kentstatesports.com        Starters Ret./Lost                         10/1
Series Record                 BGSU leads, 7-3-1                                                              Series Record                BGSU leads, 6-5-0
Women’s Soccer SID                Jackie O’Brien      KENTUCKY                                               Women’s Soccer SID                 David Brauer
Phone                              716.645.5523       Location                     Lexington, Kentucky       Phone                             815.753.3706
E-mail                     jbobrien@buffalo.edu       Conference         Southeastern (Eastern Division)     E-mail                         dbrauer@niu.edu
Web                       www.buffalobulls.com        Coach           Warren Lipka (South Carolina, ’86)     Web                       www.niuhuskies.com
                                                      2006 Overall Record                         14-7-3
CENTRAL MICHIGAN                                      2006 SEC Record/Finish      6-3-2 / Second in East     OHIO
Location                Mount Pleasant, Michigan      Letterwinners Ret./Lost                       18/2     Location                             Athens, Ohio
Conference                          Mid-American      Starters Ret./Lost                            10/1     Conference                         Mid-American
Coach           Tony DiTucci (St. John Fisher, ’96)   Series Record                        First Meeting     Coach                 Stacy Strauss (Kenyon, ’96)
2006 Overall Record                         13-4-2    Women’s Soccer SID                    John Hayden      2006 Overall Record                          9-9-1
2006 MAC Record/Finish             6-3-2/Tie-Third    Phone                                859.257.8429      2006 MAC Record/Finish               7-3-1/Second
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                         9/6   E-mail                     John.Hayden@uky.edu         Letterwinners Ret./Lost                       17/4
Starters Ret./Lost                              5/6   Web                          www.ukathletics.com       Starters Ret./Lost                             7/2
Series Record                  BGSU leads, 5-4-2                                                             Series Record                   Ohio leads, 8-1-1
Women’s Soccer SID                       Matt Park    MIAMI                                                  Women’s Soccer SID                      Wes Liles
Phone                                989.774.3277     Location                            Oxford, Ohio       Phone                               740.597.1784
E-mail                       park1ma@cmich.edu        Conference                        Mid-American         E-mail                                       TBA
Web                     www.cmuchippewas.com          Coach        Bobby Kramig (Florida Southern, ’82)      Web                              ohiobobcats.com
                                                      2006 Overall Record                       8-10-2
EASTERN ILLINOIS                                      2006 MAC Record/Finish         4-5-2/Tie-Seventh
Location                       Charleston, Ill.       Letterwinners Ret./Lost                      10/8
Conference                         Ohio Valley        Starters Ret./Lost                            7/7
Coach          Tim Nowak (Western Illinois, ’97)      Series Record                 Miami leads, 8-5-0
2006 Overall Record                       8-7-5       Women’s Soccer SID                          TBA
2006 OVC Record/Finish             4-1-4/Third        Phone                              513.529.4327
                                                      E-mail                                      TBA
                                                      Web                     www.MURedHawks.com




30      BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
2007 OPPONENTS / SERIES INFORMATION

PURDUE                                               WESTERN MICHIGAN                                        Letterwinners Ret./Lost                      12/9
Location                West Lafayette, Indiana      Location                     Kalamazoo, Michigan        Starters Ret./Lost                            6/5
Conference                              Big Ten      Conference                           Mid-American       Series Record                         Tied, 3-3-0
Coach                   Rob Klatte (Baylor, ’89)     Coach               Mike Haines (Kalamazoo, ’93)        Women’s Soccer SID                Greg Campbell
2006 Overall Record                      14-6-3      2006 Overall Record                          3-15-1     Phone                               937.775.4687
2006 BTC Record/Finish              6-3-1/Third      2006 MAC Record/Finish                   2-9-0/12th     E-mail                  greg.campbell@wright.edu
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                     23/3     Letterwinners Ret./Lost                        17/6     Web                              WSUraiders.com
Starters Ret./Lost                           9/2     Starters Ret./Lost                              8/3
Series Record                     First Meeting      Series Record                    WMU leads, 8-4-1       YOUNGSTOWN STATE
Women’s Soccer SID             Chris Macaluso        Women’s Soccer SID                   Kristin Keirns     Location                       Youngstown, Ohio
Phone                             765.494.3198       Phone                                 269.387.4123      Conference                        Horizon League
E-mail                  cmacaluso@purdue.edu         E-mail                  kristin.keirns@wmich.edu        Coach         Anthony James (Wheeling Jesuit, ’94)
Web                          purduesports.com        Web                              wmubroncos.com         2006 Overall Record                        3-14-0
                                                                                                             2006 HL Record/Finish               1-6-0/Seventh
TOLEDO                                               WRIGHT STATE                                            Letterwinners Ret./Lost                       17/0
Location                             Toledo, Ohio    Location                           Dayton, Ohio         Starters Ret./Lost                            11/0
Conference                          Mid-American     Conference                       Horizon League         Series Record                  BGSU leads, 3-0-0
Coach                    Brad Evans (Wooster, ’92)   Coach                 Pat Ferguson (Malone, ’92)        Women’s Soccer SID                  Megan Villers
2006 Overall Record                         9-9-4    2006 Overall Record                       12-3-4        Phone                                330.941.1480
2006 MAC Record/Finish                 5-3-2/Fifth   2006 HL Record/Finish                4-2-1/Third        E-mail                        villers04@aim.com
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                     12/11                                                            Web                               YSUsports.com
Starters Ret./Lost                             5/6
Series Record                  BGSU leads, 6-4-2
Women’s Soccer SID             Brian DeBenedictis
Phone                                419.530.4919
E-mail             brian.debenedictis@utoledo.edu
Web                            www.utrockets.com         SERIES RECORDS
                                                         Opponent                  W-L-T GF GA               Opponent                  W-L-T GF GA
WEST VIRGINIA                                            Akron                     5-1-0     12     4        Michigan State            1-9-1      9    28
Location               Morgantown, West Virginia         Arizona State             0-1-0      1     5        Missouri                  0-1-0      0      1
Conference               Big East (American Div.)
Coach           Nikki Izzo-Brown (Rochester, ’93)        Ball State                2-5-1      9    14        Navy                      0-1-0      1      3
2006 Overall Record                        14-4-3        Boise State               1-0-0      1     0        UNLV                      0-1-0      1      2
2006 BEC Record/Finish      8-2-1/First, American        Bucknell                  1-0-0      3     2        Niagara                   1-0-0      2      0
Letterwinners Ret./Lost                      13/2
Starters Ret./Lost                            9/2        Buffalo                   7-3-1     19    13        Northern Arizona          1-0-0      2      1
Series Record                  WVU leads, 2-0-0          Central Michigan          5-4-2     18    17        Northern Illinois         6-5-0     24    28
Women’s Soccer SID                 Tim Goodenow          Cincinnati                1-1-0      1     2        Oakland                   0-2-0      2      11
Phone                                304.293.2821
                                                         Cleveland State           2-0-0     11     1        Ohio State                1-4-0      4      9
E-mail              tim.goodenow@mail.wvu.edu
Web                     www.MSNsportsNET.com             Dayton                    0-2-0      2     8        Ohio                      1-8-1      3    18
                                                         Delaware                  0-1-0      0     2        Pittsburgh                1-1-0      1      2
                                                         Detroit                   1-4-0     12    23        Robert Morris             2-0-0     12      3
                                                         Duquesne                  1-0-0      7     3        St. Bonaventure           1-0-0      2      0
                                                         East Carolina             0-1-0      2     4        St. Francis (Pa.)         1-0-0      5      0
                                                         Eastern Illinois          2-2-1      7     8        Samford                   1-0-0      2      0
                                                         Eastern Michigan          6-6-1     17    22        Toledo                    6-4-2     17    15
                                                         Georgia                   0-1-0      0     1        Valparaiso                3-0-0     10      2
                                                         Hawai’i                   0-1-0      0     4        West Virginia             0-2-0      0    10
                                                         Idaho                     0-1-0      0     2        Western Illinois          1-1-0      3      2
                                                         Indiana                   0-3-0      1    11        Western Michigan          4-8-1     24    29
                                                         Iowa State                0-1-0      1     4        UW-Green Bay              2-0-0      5      1
                                                         Kent State                7-3-3     15    10        UW-Milwaukee              0-1-0      0      3
                                                         Louisville                0-1-0      0     1        Wright State              3-3-0      8    10
                                                         Marquette                 0-1-0      0     3        Xavier                    1-0-0      1      0
                                                         Marshall                  4-1-2     15    10        Youngstown State          3-0-0     18      3
                                                         Miami                     5-8-0     17    25
The 2005 MAC Tournament championship match
at Cochrane Field, featuring the Falcons and Kent
State, was televised by Comcast Local.



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                        ALL-TIME RESULTS VS. OPPONENTS

AKRON (5-1-0)                             EAST CAROLINA (0-1-0)                         Oct. 28, 2001    A               L 0-3   ROBERT MORRIS (2-0-0)
 Oct. 5, 2001       H            W 3-0      Sept. 5, 1999  N#                L 2-4      Sept. 20, 2002   H               L 0-3    Oct. 31, 1997 A                  W 3-1
 Sept. 27, 2002     A            W 2-1    # at Athens, Ga.                              Nov. 8, 2002     A*              L 0-3    Sept. 6, 1998 H                  W 9-2
 Sept. 19, 2003     H            W 2-1                                                  Oct. 5, 2003     A               W 3-2
 Oct. 3, 2004       A            W 3-0    EASTERN ILLINOIS (2-2-1)                      Oct. 8, 2004     H               W 2-0   ST. BONAVENTURE (1-0-0)
 Oct. 9, 2005       H            W 1-0     Sept. 8, 2002  A      T 1-1 (2OT)            Oct. 2, 2005     A               W 3-1     Aug. 25, 2000 N&                W 2-0
 Oct. 8, 2006       A            L 1-2     Sept. 5, 2003  H             L 2-4           Nov. 4, 2005     H*              W 2-0   & at Kent, Ohio
                                           Sept. 5, 2004  A             L 0-2           Oct. 1, 2006     H               W 2-0
ARIZONA STATE (0-1-0)                      Sept. 11, 2005 H      W 2-1 (OT)                                                      SAINT FRANCIS (PA.) (1-0-0)
                                                                                      + MAC Ty. Champ. (Buffalo, N.Y.)            Sept. 7, 1997 H                  W 5-0
  Aug. 30, 2003    N#             L 1-5    Sept. 10, 2006 A            W 2-0          * MAC Ty. Semifinal
# at Honolulu, Hawai’i                                                                                                           SAMFORD (1-0-0)
                                          EASTERN MICHIGAN (6-6-1)                    MICHIGAN STATE (1-9-1)
BALL STATE (2-5-1)                          Sept. 28, 1997 A         L 0-1                                                        Sept. 7, 2001  H                 W 2-0
                                                                                        Oct. 29, 1997     H            L 1-2
 Oct. 1, 1999   A          T 2-2 (2OT)      Sept. 20, 1998 A         L 2-5              Oct. 21, 1998     A            L 1-5     TOLEDO (6-4-2)
 Oct. 8, 2000   H                W 3-0      Nov. 3, 1998   A$       W 1-0               Aug. 27, 1999     H      W 3-2 (OT)        Sept. 20, 1997    A^            L 2-3
 Nov. 1, 2001   A                 L 0-3     Oct. 15, 1999  H         L 2-4              Oct. 29, 2000     H            L 0-1       Sept. 17, 1998    A            W 2-1
 Sept. 22, 2002 H                 L 1-2     Sept. 24, 2000 A  W 1-0 (2OT)               Sept. 2, 2001     A     T 1-1 (2OT)        Oct. 30, 1999     H       L 1-2 (OT)
 Oct. 3, 2003   A                W 2-0      Oct. 31, 2000  A$       W 2-1               Sept. 1, 2002     H            L 0-4       Sept. 22, 2000    A            W 2-1
 Oct. 10, 2004  H                 L 1-2     Oct. 12, 2001  H         L 0-3              Oct. 15, 2003     A            L 2-3       Sept. 9, 2001     H      T 2-2 (2OT)
 Sept. 30, 2005 A                 L 0-3     Oct. 13, 2002  A  T 2-2 (2OT)               Sept. 3, 2004     H            L 0-3       Sept. 6, 2002     A            W 1-0
 Sept. 29, 2006 H                 L 0-2     Sept. 7, 2003  H         L 0-1              Sept. 9, 2005     A            L 0-1       Sept. 28, 2003    H       L 0-1 (OT)
                                            Nov. 4, 2003   A$       W 2-1               Nov. 11, 2005     N#^          L 0-4       Oct. 28, 2004     A            W 3-0
BOISE STATE (1-0-0)                         Sept. 26, 2004 A         L 2-3
 Sept. 4, 2005        N#         W 1-0                                                  Sept. 15, 2006    H            L 1-2       Oct. 28, 2005     A            W 3-2
                                            Oct. 23, 2005  A        W 2-1             # NCAA Champ’s First Round                   Nov. 1, 2005      H%#    T 0-0 (2OT)
& at Flagstaff, Ariz.                       Oct. 22, 2006  H        W 1-0             ^ at Notre Dame, Ind.                        Oct. 26, 2006     H     W 1-0 (2OT)
BUCKNELL (1-0-0)                          $ MAC Ty. QF                                                                             Oct. 29, 2006     H%            L 0-3
 Aug. 27, 2000  N&          W 3-2 (OT)                                                MISSOURI (0-1-0)                           ^ at the Glass Bowl
                                          GEORGIA (0-1-0)                               Sept. 15, 2002   N#              L 0-1
& at Kent, Ohio                            Sept. 3, 1999  A                  L 0-1                                               % MAC Ty. QF
                                                                                      # at Columbus, Ohio                        # BGSU advanced, 3-2, on PKs
BUFFALO (7-3-1)                           HAWAI’I (0-1-0)
  Oct. 24, 1997     H            W 2-1                                                NAVY (0-1-0)                               VALPARAISO (3-0-0)
                                           Aug. 31, 2003        A            L 0-4     Sept. 10, 2004    A               L 1-3
  Sept. 25, 1998    H            W 2-1                                                                                            Sept. 1, 1998 A                  W 2-1
  Sept. 26, 1999    H             L 0-3   IDAHO (0-1-0)                               UNLV (0-1-0)                                Aug. 29, 1999 H                  W 5-1
  Oct. 20, 2000     A      T 1-1 (2OT)      Sept. 9, 2000      N#            L 0-2     Sept. 11, 2000    A               L 1-2    Oct. 18, 2002 H                  W 3-0
  Sept. 23, 2001    H       L 1-2 (OT)    # at Las Vegas, Nev.
  Oct. 20, 2002     A       W 2-1 (OT)                                                NIAGARA (1-0-0)                            WEST VIRGINIA (0-2-0)
  Nov. 6, 2002      H$     W 2-1 (2OT)    INDIANA (0-3-0)                              Sept. 12, 1999 H                  W 2-0    Oct. 1, 1997  A                   L 0-4
  Oct. 17, 2003     H       L 2-3 (OT)      Sept. 12, 1997 A                 L 1-6                                                Sept. 9, 1998 H                   L 0-6
  Oct. 17, 2004     A            W 1-0      Oct. 24, 1999  H                 L 0-3    NORTHERN ARIZONA (1-0-0)
                                            Sept. 18, 2005 A                 L 0-2     Sept. 2, 2005 A         W 2-1             WESTERN ILLINOIS (1-1-0)
  Oct. 16, 2005     H            W 4-0                                                                                            Sept. 5, 1998 H                  W 3-0
  Oct. 15, 2006     N&           W 2-0    IOWA STATE (0-1-0)                          NORTHERN ILLINOIS (6-5-0)                   Sept. 3, 2006 H                  L 0-2
$ MAC Ty. QF                                Sept. 21, 2001        N#         L 1-4     Sept. 14, 1997   H              L 0-6
& at Kent, Ohio                           # at Libertyville, Ill.                      Oct. 9, 1998     H              L 2-4     WESTERN MICHIGAN (4-8-1)
                                                                                       Nov. 6, 1998     N%        L 1-2 (OT)       Oct. 5, 1997     A                L 2-4
CENTRAL MICHIGAN (5-4-2)                  KENT STATE (7-3-3)                                                                       Oct. 4, 1998     H                L 2-4
  Oct. 1, 1998    H              W 4-3                                                 Sept. 18, 1999   A             W 3-2
                                            Aug. 29, 1997   A        W 1-0 (OT)        Sept. 29, 2000   H              L 2-4       Oct. 22, 1999    A                L 1-4
  Oct. 17, 1999   H               L 1-2     Oct. 17, 1997   H              W 2-0                                                   Oct. 1, 2000     H                L 1-2
  Sept. 15, 2000  A              W 3-1                                                 Sept. 28, 2001   A             W 4-2
                                            Sept. 27, 1998  H        T 1-1 (2OT)       Oct. 27, 2002    H              L 2-3       Nov. 3, 2000     N#              W 2-1
  Oct. 14, 2001   H               L 1-4     Sept. 15, 1999  H              W 2-0                                                   Sept. 30, 2001   A                L 0-1
  Oct. 11, 2002   A              W 2-0                                                 Oct. 12, 2003    A         W 4-3 (OT)
                                            Oct. 22, 2000   A               L 1-3      Oct. 22, 2004    H             W 2-1        Oct. 25, 2002    H               W 7-0
  Sept. 12, 2003  H        T 2-2 (2OT)      Oct. 26, 2001   H         L 0-1 (OT)                                                   Oct. 10, 2003    A                L 0-2
  Nov. 7, 2003    N&#      T 0-0 (2OT)                                                 Sept. 23, 2005   A             W 3-1
                                            Sept. 29, 2002  A              W 1-0       Sept. 22, 2006   H             W 1-0        Nov. 9, 2003     A%               L 1-4
  Sept. 24, 2004  A               L 0-1     Oct. 19, 2003   H        T 0-0 (2OT)                                                   Oct. 24, 2004    H         T 2-2 (2OT)
  Nov. 7, 2004    N%             W 2-0                                                % MAC Ty. SF (Athens, Ohio)
                                            Oct. 15, 2004   A               L 2-4                                                  Nov. 5, 2004     N$              W 4-1
  Oct. 21, 2005   A              W 2-1      Nov. 2, 2004    A$      W 2-1 (2OT)       OAKLAND (0-2-0)                              Sept. 25, 2005   A                L 0-4
  Oct. 20, 2006   H               L 1-3     Oct. 14, 2005   H              W 2-0       Oct. 12, 1998  A                  L 1-7     Sept. 24, 2006   H               W 2-0
& MAC Ty. SF (Kalamazoo, Mich)              Nov. 6, 2005    H%#      T 0-0 (2OT)       Aug. 26, 2005  H                  L 1-4   # MAC Ty. SF (Buffalo, N.Y.)
# BGSU advanced, 4-3, on PKs                Oct. 13, 2006   A        W 1-0 (OT)                                                  % MAC Ty. Champ.
% MAC Ty. Champ. (Athens, Ohio)           $ MAC Ty. QF                                OHIO STATE (1-4-0)                         $ MAC Ty. SF (Athens, Ohio)
                                          % MAC Ty. Champ.                             Sept. 6, 1997  A               L 0-3
CINCINNATI (1-1-0)                                                                     Oct. 27, 1999  H               L 0-1      UW-GREEN BAY (2-0-0)
 Oct. 8, 2002   A                L 0-2    # BGSU advanced, 3-2, on PKs
                                                                                       Sept. 18, 2001 A              W 2-0        Oct. 27, 2000 H                  W 3-1
 Sept. 14, 2003 H                W 1-0    LOUISVILLE (0-1-0)                           Oct. 31, 2003  H          L 2-3 (OT)       Aug. 31, 2001 A                  W 2-0
CLEVELAND STATE (2-0-0)                    Aug. 31, 1997 H                   L 0-1     Nov. 12, 2004  A%              L 0-2
                                                                                      % NCAA Champ’s First Round                 UW-MILWAUKEE (0-1-0)
 Oct. 1, 2004   A                W 5-1    MARQUETTE (0-1-0)                                                                       Aug. 27, 2006 A                   L 0-3
 Sept. 16, 2005 H                W 6-0     Aug. 25, 2006 A                   L 0-3    OHIO (1-8-1)
                                                                                       Oct. 26, 1997     H               L 0-4   WRIGHT STATE (3-3-0)
DAYTON (0-2-0)                            MARSHALL (4-1-2)                                                                        Oct. 9, 2001   H                 W 2-1
 Sept. 3, 1997  A                L 0-5                                                 Oct. 18, 1998     A               L 0-2
                                           Oct. 16, 1998  A                  W 2-0     Oct. 8, 1999      A        T 0-0 (2OT)     Nov. 1, 2002   A                 W 3-1
 Sept. 13, 1998 H           L 2-3 (OT)     Oct. 10, 1999  A            T 3-3 (2OT)                                                Sept. 21, 2003 H                 W 3-0
                                                                                       Oct. 15, 2000     H               L 0-1
DELAWARE (0-1-0)                           Oct. 13, 2000  H            W 1-0 (OT)      Oct. 21, 2001     A               L 0-3    Oct. 30, 2004  A                 L 0-1
  Sept. 12, 2004    N$            L 0-2    Oct. 19, 2001  A                   L 1-3    Oct. 6, 2002      H         L 0-1 (OT)     Aug. 28, 2005  H                 L 0-4
$ at Annapolis, Md.                        Oct. 4, 2002   H                  W 3-0     Oct. 24, 2003     A               L 1-2    Sept. 17, 2006 A                 L 0-3
                                           Oct. 26, 2003  A            W 4-3 (OT)      Sept. 17, 2004    H               L 0-2
DETROIT (1-4-0)                            Sept. 19, 2004 H            T 1-1 (2OT)                                               XAVIER (1-0-0)
                                                                                       Oct. 7, 2005      H              W 2-0     Sept. 1, 2006     H        W 1-0 (2OT)
 Oct. 27, 1998      A            L 4-6                                                 Oct. 6, 2006      A               L 0-3
 Oct. 20, 1999      H            L 0-6    MIAMI (5-8-0)
                                           Oct. 11, 1997        A             L 2-3                                              YOUNGSTOWN STATE (2-0-0)
 Sept. 6, 2000      A            L 3-6                                                PITTSBURGH (1-1-0)                          Nov. 2, 1997  H          W 7-2
 Sept. 4, 2002      H            W 5-2     Oct. 30, 1998        H       L 1-2 (OT)      Sept. 13, 2002   N#              W 1-0
                                           Oct. 3, 1999         A             L 1-3                                               Oct. 3, 2001  H         W 10-1
 Sept. 17, 2003     A            L 0-3                                                  Aug. 29, 2004    H               L 0-2    Sept. 8, 2006 H          W 1-0
                                           Oct. 6, 2000         H             L 1-4   # at Columbus, Ohio
DUQUESNE (1-0-0)                           Nov. 5, 2000         N+     L 0-1 (2OT)
 Aug. 27, 2004 H                 W 7-3


32       BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

MEET THE MAC                                          ISP is responsible for manag-             third round. The record-setting season
Providing leadership in educa-                        ing, and ultimately growing,              came to an end with a loss to Arizona
tion and diversity, the Mid-                          the MAC’s stable of corporate             State in the Round of 16. Despite that
American Conference moves                             partners, which currently stands          loss, the ‘06-07 Falcons set a single-sea-
into its 61st year of service to the                  at nine – FirstEnergy, Hun-               son record for a MAC basketball team
student-athlete.                                      tington Bank, Kraft, Marathon,            – men or women – by winning no fewer
                                                      GMAC Financial Services,                  than 31 games.
Since its inception in 1946, the                      MBNA, Aeropostale, Gato-
MAC has progressively grown                           rade and Sirius Satellite Radio.          HISTORY OF THE MAC
and developed into one of the                         FirstEnergy, title sponsor for            Based in Cleveland since July of 1999,
                                      Rick Chryst
most aggressive Division I con-      Commissioner     the men’s tournament since its            following a 15-year stay in Toledo the
ferences in the country.                              first year in Cleveland in March           MAC has established historic measure-
                                             2000, returned as title sponsor of the             ments in both football and men’s and
Under the guidance of Commissioner                                                              women’s basketball since its move to
Rick Chryst, the seventh commissioner        2007 event. Kraft has been associated
                                             with the women’s basketball tournament             Northeast Ohio.
in the history of the league, the MAC
has responded to the ever-changing           since 2001, and Marathon Oil will be               The MAC was founded as a five-school
landscape of membership issues and           sponsoring the football championship               league on February 24, 1946 in Colum-
member standards in the fast-paced           for the third time in 2007.                        bus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincin-
environment of collegiate athletics.         A number of milestones were reached                nati, Wayne State and Western Reserve
                                             during the 2006-07 season. From a Fal-             admitted as charter members.
From Super Bowl quarterback Ben
Roethlisberger (Miami) to British Open       con perspective, the biggest milestone             The conference has 12 full-time schools
winner Ben Curtis (Kent State), World        came on the hardwood in March.                     and a 13th, Temple, for football only.
Series winning manager Bob Brenly                                                               Comprising the East Division is the Uni-
                                                                                                C
(Ohio) and Olympic bobsled team                                                                 v
                                                                                                versity of Akron (joined in 1992), BGSU
member Brock Kreitzburg (Toledo), the                                                           (1952), UB (1998), KSU (1951), MU
                                                                                                (
MAC continues to excel in producing                                                             (1947) and OU (1946). The West Divi-
                                                                                                (
leaders in the world of athletics.                                                              sion members are Ball State University
                                                                                                s
                                                                                                (1973), CMU (1971), Eastern Michi-
                                                                                                (
MAC MILESTONES                                                                                  gan University (1971), NIU (1975-86,
                                                                                                g
In March of 2006, Chryst and Cleveland                                                          1997), UT (1950) and Western Michigan
                                                                                                1
Cavaliers President Len Komoroski                                                               University (1947). Affiliate members
                                                                                                U
announced that the Mid-American Con-                                                            include Hartwick in men’s soccer, IPFW
                                                                                                in
ference Men’s and Women’s Basketball                                                            in men’s tennis and Missouri State Uni-
Tournaments will remain in Cleveland at                                                         versity (formerly SMS) in field hockey.
                                                                                                v
Quicken Loans Arena through 2011. The
MAC also announced a format change                                                              I
                                                                                                In 1946, men’s basketball became the
for both tournaments, bringing all 12                                                           first competitive sport in the MAC,
men’s and women’s teams to Cleveland                                                            which now sponsors a total of 23 sports.
                                                                                                w
beginning in 2007. The MAC success-                                                             W
                                                                                                Women’s sports were brought into the
fully co-hosted the 2007 Women’s Final                                                          c
                                                                                                conference’s structure in 1980.
Four at Quicken Loans Arena, after host-
ing a 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball                                                              For men, championships (11) are spon-
                                                                                                F
Regional at ‘The Q.”                                                                            s
                                                                                                sored in football, basketball, baseball,
                                                                                                c
                                                                                                cross country, soccer, swimming and
In 2006, Chryst also announced a new,                                                           d
                                                                                                diving, indoor track and field, outdoor
                                            The Falcons hoisted the MAC Tournament
five-year relationship with International    championship trophy in 2004, the first league        t
                                                                                                track and field, wrestling, golf and ten-
Sports Properties (ISP), Inc. to oversee    title in the history of the women’s soccer pro-     nis.
and coordinate the league’s market-         gram at BGSU
ing and sponsorship rights. ISP, which                                                          For women, championships (12) are
                                             Bowling Green became the first MAC                  sponsored in basketball, softball, vol-
currently manages 29 college properties      women’s basketball team to advance
nationwide, is considered the leader in                                                         leyball, cross country, field hockey, golf,
                                             as far as the Sweet 16 of the NCAA                 soccer, swimming and diving, gymnas-
the collegiate sports marketing industry.    Championships. The Falcons defeated
The MAC became ISP’s first conference                                                            tics, indoor track and field, outdoor track
                                             Oklahoma State, then upset a top-10                and tennis.
property.                                    team in Vanderbilt to advance to the

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                  MAC STANDINGS & HISTORY

THE FALCONS AND MAC WOMEN’S SOCCER
  The fall of 1997 marked the first season of competition for women’s
soccer as a conference-sponsored sport. Eight of the MAC’s then-12
institutions fielded teams that fall. The first season of league women’s
soccer sponsorship coincided with Bowling Green’s first year fielding
a program at the varsity level.
  Buffalo, Central Michigan and Marshall joined the MAC women’s
soccer ranks in 1998, and Ball State began competition in 1999.
Akron started a women’s soccer program in 2001, bringing MAC
membership in the sport to 13 schools. Marshall left the MAC at the
end of the 2004-05 academic year, giving the conference 12 women’s
soccer-playing schools.
  The Falcons have enjoyed their fair share of success in MAC action.
The 2005 team won the regular-season title for the first time in school
history, and BGSU won back-to-back conference tournament titles in
’04 and ’05. The Falcons have appeared in the MAC Tournament’s
championship game four of the last seven seasons, including in three-
straight title tilts from 2004-06.
  The inaugural MAC Tournament, in 1997, included the top four
regular-season finishers, and the tourney doubled in size for the 1998          The Falcons won the MAC Tournament title in both 2004 ...
season. In that ’98 tournament, BG advanced to the semifinal round
before losing in overtime to eventual champion Northern Illinois. All
five of BGSU’s MAC Tournament losses have come at the hands of                    The 2005 BGSU squad returned to the championship match yet
the eventual tourney champion.                                                 again, achieving several program firsts. Richards and the Falcons
  Two years later (2000), the Falcons won a pair of tournament                 won the MAC’s regular-season title for the first time in school history,
matches to advance to the championship contest for the first time. In           and earned the right to host the league tourney for the first time. The
that final, the Brown and Orange lost to Miami, again in overtime.              Brown and Orange did not allow a goal in three MAC Tournament
  In 2002, the Falcons were picked to finish ninth, but placed fourth in        matches, en route to a second-straight title and NCAA berth.
the regular-season standings. That BG squad hosted a MAC Tourna-                 The ‘06 Falcons, despite losing seven starters from the previous
ment match for the first time in school history, and won that match             year’s club, returned to the MAC Tournament for a fifth consecutive
before falling to MU on the RedHawks’ home field.                               season. The Brown and Orange, with 12 newcomers on the 24-wom-
  The next season, the Falcons finished eighth in the regular-season            an roster, saw their season end in the quarterfinal round.
standings, but downed the top seed in the first round of the tourna-              Eight teams will qualify for the tournament again in 2007, with
ment, and advanced all the way to the championship match.                      quarterfinal matches held Nov. 4 at the top four seeds. The semifinals
  The 2003 team’s improbable run seemed hard to top, but Andy                  and championship will be contested Nov. 9 and 11, respectively, at the
Richards’ 2004 team did just that. Again seeded eighth, the ’04                site of the highest remaining seed after the quarterfinal round.
Falcons outscored opponents, 8-2, en route to three wins over higher-
seeded teams and the first MAC Tournament title in school history.



                         ALL-TIME MAC STANDINGS                                ALL-TIME MAC
                         (REGULAR SEASON • 1997-2006)                          TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
                                                                               (MAC TOURNAMENTS • 1997-2006)
                         Team (Seasons)       W       L    T   Pct.   Titles
                         Eastern Mich. (10)   64     35   10   .633      2&
                                                                               Team (Years)        W    L   T   Pct.   Titles
                         Ohio (10)            64     36    9   .628     3&
                                                                               Miami (7)           13   3   1   .794        3
                         Miami (10)           59     42    8   .578        1
                                                                               Northern Ill. (4)    7   2   0   .778        2
                         Central Mich. (9)    52     38   12   .568        0
                                                                               Bowling Green (7)    9   5   3   .618        2
                         Ball State (8)       44     36   12   .543        1
                                                                               Toledo (4)           3   2   1   .583        1
                         Western Mich. (10)   52     47    9   .523        0
                                                                               Central Mich. (8)    7   7   1   .500        0
                         Buffalo (9)          48     45    8   .515        1
                                                                               Ohio (9)             8   9   0   .471        0
                         Kent State (10)      49     48   11   .505      2&
                                                                               Kent State (6)       3   5   2   .400        0
                         Bowling Green (10)   47     51   11   .479        1
                                                                               Eastern Mich. (9)    4   8   1   .346        1
                         Toledo (10)          46     53    9   .468        0
                                                                               Western Mich. (9)    4   8   1   .346        1
                         Northern Ill. (10)   41     61    7   .408     2&
                                                                               Ball State (6)       1   4   2   .286        0
                         Akron (6)            14     52    4   .229        0
                                                                               Buffalo (6)          1   6   0   .143        0
                         Marshall (7) #       18     54    8   .275        0
                                                                               Marshall (1) #       0   1   0   .000        0
                         & Includes co-championships
                                                                               # no longer in the MAC
                         # no longer in the MAC



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1997 MAC STANDINGS                                          1999 MAC TOURNAMENT                                          Championship (Sunday, Nov. 5)
                                                                                                                         #4 Miami 1, #7 Bowling Green 0 (2-OT)
   Team (Overall)                       W-L-T        Pts.   Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 2)                               (quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;
1. Northern Ill. (12-8-1)               6-1-0         18    #1 Eastern Michigan 5, #8 Kent 0                                 semifinals and championship held at University at
2. Western Mich. (9-8-2)                4-2-1         13    #2 Central Michigan 2, #7 Northern Illinois 1                    Buffalo)
   Eastern Mich. (11-7-1)               4-2-1         13    #3 Miami 1, #6 Western Michigan 0 (OT)
   Ohio (10-6-2)                        4-2-1         13    #5 Ohio 2, #4 Buffalo 1 (2-OT)                               2001 MAC STANDINGS
5. Toledo (9-6-2)                       4-3-0         12    Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 5)                                       Team (Overall)                     W-L-T        Pts.
6. Miami (7-13-0)                       2-5-0          6    #1 Eastern Michigan 1, #5 Ohio 0                             1. Ohio (12-9-0)                       10-2-0        30
7. Kent (3-14-2)                        1-5-1          4    #3 Miami 2, #2 Central Michigan 1                            2. Eastern Mich. (15-6-0)              9-3-0         27
8. Bowling Green (6-12-0)               1-6-0          3
                                                            Championship (Sunday, Nov. 7)                                3. Miami (15-7-1) #                    8-3-1         25
                                                            #1 Eastern Michigan 0, #3 Miami 0 *                          4. Central Mich. (12-9-1)              8-4-0         24
1997 MAC TOURNAMENT                                         (quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;     5. Marshall (11-7-1)                   7-4-1         22
Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 7)                                      semifinals and championship held at Eastern Michi-        6. Buffalo (9-9-0)                     7-5-0         21
#1 Northern Illinois 2, #4 Ohio 1                               gan University)                                          7. Western Mich. (8-11-0)              6-6-0         18
#3 Eastern Mich. 2, #2 Western Mich. 1                      * Eastern Michigan advances, 5-3, on penalty kicks           8. Ball State (12-6-2)                 5-5-2         17
                                                                                                                         9. Toledo (6-10-1)                     5-6-1         16
Championship (Sunday, Nov. 9)
#1 Northern Ill. 3, #3 Eastern Mich. 2 (OT)                 2000 MAC STANDINGS                                           10. Kent State (6-11-0)                5-7-0         15
(all matches held at Northern Illinois University)              Team (Overall)                     W-L-T        Pts.     11. Northern Illinois (3-14-1)         3-9-0          9
                                                            1. Buffalo (14-6-1)                    8-2-1         25      12. Bowling Green (7-10-2)             2-9-1          7
                                                            2. Eastern Mich. (11-7-2)              8-3-0         24      13. Akron (2-14-0)                     0-12-0         0
1998 MAC STANDINGS                                          3. Central Mich. (10-10-0)             7-4-0         21
    Team (Overall)                      W-L-T        Pts.
                                                                Miami (13-8-0) #                   7-4-0         21      2001 MAC TOURNAMENT
                                                                Ohio (10-9-0)                      7-4-0         21      Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 6)
1. Ohio (16-6-0)                        9-1-0         27    6. Western Mich. (10-9-2)              5-4-2         17      #1 Ohio 2, #8 Ball State 1
    Northern Ill. (14-7-0)              9-1-0         27    7. Bowling Green (10-10-1)             5-5-1         16      #2 Eastern Michigan 4, #7 Western Mich. 0
3. Eastern Mich. (13-7-1)               7-2-1         22    8. Toledo (5-12-1)                     4-6-1         13      #3 Miami 7, #6 Buffalo 0
4. Kent (13-7-1)                        5-4-1         16    9. Kent State (8-8-1)                  4-7-0         12      #4 Central Michigan 2, #5 Marshall 1
5. Toledo (8-12-0)                      5-5-0         15    10. Marshall (8-10-1)                  3-7-1         10
6. Bowling Green (8-11-1)               4-5-1         13    11. Northern Illinois (4-14-1)         2-8-1          7      Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 9)
7. Buffalo (10-6-2)                     3-5-2         11                                                                 #3 Miami 4, #2 Eastern Michigan 1
                                                                Ball State (7-10-2)                2-8-1          7
8. Western Mich. (6-10-2)               3-6-1         10                                                                 #4 Central Michigan 2, #1 Ohio 1 (4-OT)
9. Miami (5-8-3)                        2-6-2          8
10. Central Mich. (6-10-1)              2-7-1          7    2000 MAC TOURNAMENT                                          Championship (Sunday, Nov. 11)
11. Marshall (4-13-1)                   1-8-1          4                                                                 #3 Miami 3, #4 Central Michigan 1
                                                            Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Oct. 31)                              (quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;
                                                            #1 Buffalo 2, #8 Toledo 0                                        semifinals and championship held at Ohio University)
1998 MAC TOURNAMENT                                         #7 Bowling Green 2, #2 Eastern Michigan 1
                                                            #6 Western Michigan 2, #3 Central Mich. 1
Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 3)                              #4 Miami 1, #5 Ohio 0
#1 Ohio 3, #8 Western Michigan 2
#2 Northern Illinois 2, #7 Buffalo 0                        Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 3)
#6 BGSU 1, #3 Eastern Michigan 0                            #7 Bowling Green 2, #6 Western Michigan 1
#4 Kent 2, #5 Toledo 1                                      #4 Miami 2, #1 Buffalo 0
Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 6)
#2 Northern Illinois 2, #6 BGSU 1 (OT)
#1 Ohio 1, #4 Kent 0
Championship (Sunday, Nov. 8)
#2 Northern Ill. 2, at #1 Ohio 1 (3-OT)
(quarterfinals held at sites of higher-seeded team; semifi-
    nals and championship held at Ohio University)


 1999 MAC STANDINGS
    Team (Overall)                      W-L-T        Pts.
1. Eastern Mich. (17-4-3) #             8-1-2         26
2. Central Mich. (14-6-1)               8-3-0         24
    Miami (17-3-1)                      8-3-0         24
4. Buffalo (13-5-1)                     7-4-0         21
5. Ohio (9-10-1)                        6-4-1         19
6. Western Mich. (10-9-1)               5-5-1         16
7. Northern Ill. (5-14-0)               5-6-0         15
    Kent (10-9-0)                       5-6-0         15
    Toledo (9-8-0)                      5-6-0         15
10. Bowling Green (5-11-3)              2-6-3          9
11. Marshall (6-10-3)                   2-7-2          8
12. Ball State (1-17-1)                 0-10-1         1
                                                                     ... and 2005, with the latter crown coming at Cochrane Field

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                       MAC STANDINGS & HISTORY

2002 MAC STANDINGS                                         2004 MAC STANDINGS
    Team (Overall)                     W-L-T       Pts.        Team (Overall)                     W-L-T        Pts.
1. Miami (19-3-2) #                    11-1-0       33     1. Kent State (11-4-5)                 7-2-3         24
2. Ball State (14-6-1)                 9-3-0        27         Ohio (9-7-3)                       7-2-3         24
3. Ohio (15-5-2)                       7-3-2        23     3. Central Mich. (10-8-3)              6-3-3         21
4. Bowling Green (12-8-2)              7-4-1        22         Western Mich. (11-6-4)             6-3-3         21
5. Buffalo (7-8-5)                     5-5-2        17     5. Ball State (10-3-7)                 5-2-5         20
    Eastern Mich. (9-10-2)             5-5-2        17         Miami (8-9-2)                      6-4-2         20
7. Western Mich. (7-10-1)              5-5-1        16         Eastern Mich. (10-7-3)             6-4-2         20
8. Central Mich. (5-9-5)               4-5-3        15     8. Bowl. Green (10-12-2) #             5-5-2         17
9. Toledo (8-8-2)                      4-6-2        14     9. Buffalo (7-11-1)                    5-6-1         16
10. Northern Illinois (6-12-0)         4-8-0        12     10. Toledo (7-9-3)                     4-6-2         14
11. Kent State (6-10-2)                3-6-2        11         Northern Illinois (6-7-5)          3-4-5         14
12. Marshall (6-9-2)                   3-7-2        11     12. Akron (3-12-2)                     1-9-2          5
13. Akron (5-11-1)                     1-10-1        4     13. Marshall (3-13-3)                  0-11-1         1

2002 MAC TOURNAMENT                                        2004 MAC TOURNAMENT
Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 5)                             Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 2)
#1 Miami 5, #8 Central Michigan 1                          #8 Bowling Green 2, #1 Kent State 1 (2-OT)
#2 Ball State 3, #7 Western Michigan 1                     #2 Ohio 3, #7 Eastern Michigan 1
#3 Ohio 1, #6 Eastern Michigan 0                           #3 Central Michigan 2, #6 Miami 1
#4 Bowling Green 2, #5 Buffalo 1 (2-OT) %                  #4 Western Mich. 2, #5 Ball State 2 (2-OT) $               The Falcons celebrate after advancing via
Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 8)                                 Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 5)                                 penalty kicks in the quarterfinal round of the
#3 Ohio 1, #2 Ball State 0                                 #8 Bowling Green 4, #4 Western Michigan 1                  2005 MAC Tournament
#1 Miami 3, #4 Bowling Green 0                             #3 Central Michigan 1, #2 Ohio 0
Championship (Sunday, Nov. 10)                             Championship (Sunday, Nov. 7)
#1 Miami 5, #3 Ohio 1                                      #8 Bowling Green 2, #3 Central Michigan 0
(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded         (quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;
    team; semifinals and championship held at Miami             semifinals and championship held at Ohio University)
    University)                                            $ WMU advances, 4-3, on penalty kicks
% match played on Wednesday, Nov. 6

                                                           2005 MAC STANDINGS                                         2006 MAC STANDINGS
2003 MAC STANDINGS                                             Team (Overall)                     W-L-T        Pts.       Team (Overall)                     W-L-T Pct.$
    Team (Overall)                     W-L-T       Pts.    1.  Bowling Green (14-7-2) #           9-2-0         27    1. Ball State (13-4-3)                 8-2-1  .773
1. Eastern Mich. (9-9-3)               8-2-2        26     2.  Ball State (15-3-2)                8-2-1         25    2. Ohio (9-9-1)                        7-3-1  .682
    Kent State (12-5-3)                8-2-2        26     3.  Western Mich. (10-8-1)             8-3-0         24    3. Central Michigan (13-4-2)           6-3-2  .636
3. Western Mich. (14-8-1) #            8-4-0        24     4.  Miami (9-9-0)                      6-5-0         18        Bowling Green (10-10-0)            7-4-0  .636
4. Ball State (11-7-2)                 7-4-1        22         Eastern Mich. (8-11-1)             6-5-0         18    5. Toledo (9-9-4) #                    5-3-2  .600
5. Central Mich. (9-8-3)               6-5-1        19     6. Central Mich. (7-10-3)              5-4-2         17    6. Kent State (10-10-1)                6-5-0  .545
    Buffalo (11-8-1)                   6-5-1        19         Kent State (9-8-5)                 5-4-2         17    7. Northern Illinois (8-11-2)          5-6-0  .455
    Ohio (10-10-1)                     6-5-1        19     8. Toledo (10-7-2)                     5-5-1         16        Miami (8-10-2)                     4-5-2  .455
8. Bowling Green (8-12-3)              5-5-2        17     9. Akron (5-11-2)                      3-7-1         10    9. Buffalo (8-10-0)                    4-6-0  .400
9. Miami (7-9-2)                       5-6-1        16         Buffalo (5-11-2)                   3-7-1         10    10. Akron (11-7-0)                     4-7-0  .364
10. Akron (8-9-1)                      5-7-0        15     11. Northern Ill. (5-11-2)             3-8-0          9    11. Eastern Michigan (6-10-2)          3-8-0  .273
    Toledo (8-11-0)                    5-7-0        15     12. Ohio (3-14-0)                      1-10-0         3    12. Western Michigan (3-15-1)          2-9-0  .182
12. Marshall (2-15-1)                  2-10-0        6                                                                $ Due to a weather cancellation (Toledo-Buffalo), the
                                                                                                                         regular-season standings were decided on the basis of
13. Northern Illinois (3-15-1)         1-10-1        4
                                                           2005 MAC TOURNAMENT                                           overall winning pct., rather than points
                                                           Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 1)
2003 MAC TOURNAMENT                                        #1 Bowling Green 0, #8 Toledo 0 (2-OT) $                   2006 MAC TOURNAMENT
Quarterfinals (Tuesday, Nov. 4)                             #7 Kent State 0, #2 Ball State 0 (2-OT) ^
#8 Bowling Green 2, #1 Eastern Mich. 1                                                                                Quarterfinals (Sunday, Oct. 29)
                                                           #6 Central Michigan 1, #3 Western Michigan 0
#7 Ohio 1, #2 Kent State 0                                                                                            #8 Miami 2, #1 Ball State 1
                                                           #4 Miami 2, #5 Eastern Michigan 1
#3 Western Michigan 3, #6 Buffalo 0                                                                                   #7 Northern Illinois 2, #2 Ohio 0
                                                           Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 4)                                 #6 Kent State 5, #3 Central Michigan 4 (2-OT)
#5 Central Michigan 2, #4 Ball State 0
                                                           #7 Kent State 1, #6 Central Michigan 0 (OT)                #5 Toledo 3, #4 Bowling Green 0
Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 7)                                 #1 Bowling Green 2, #4 Miami 0
#8 Bowling Green 0, #5 Central Mich. 0 $                                                                              Semifinals (Friday, Nov. 3)
                                                           Championship (Sunday, Nov. 6)                              #5 Toledo 1, #8 Miami 0 (OT)
#3 Western Michigan 2, #7 Ohio 1
                                                           #1 Bowling Green 0, #7 Kent State 0 (2-OT) $               #7 Northern Illinois 1, #6 Kent State 0
Championship (Sunday, Nov. 9)                              (quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;
#3 Western Michigan 4, #8 Bowling Green 1                      semifinals and championship held at BGSU)               Championship (Sunday, Nov. 5)
(quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;   $ BGSU advances, 3-2, on penalty kicks                     #5 Toledo 2, #7 Northern Illinois 1
    semifinals and championship held at Western Michi-      ^ KSU advances, 3-1, on penalty kicks                      (quarterfinal matches held at site of higher-seeded team;
    gan University)                                                                                                       semifinals and championship held at Toledo)
$ BGSU advances, 4-3, on penalty kicks                     NOTE: In all regular-season standings from 1997 to 2005, teams earned three points for a win, one for a
                                                              tie • in each year’s standings, teams are listed in order of seeding for MAC Tournament
                                                           # NCAA Tournament participant

36       BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR

                                                                                                               Sept. 6          at Detroit                          L   3-6
                                                                                                               Sept. 9          vs. Idaho #                         L   0-2
    ALL-TIME BGSU RECORDS                                                                                      Sept. 11         at UNLV                             L   1-2
                                                                                                               Sept. 15         at Central Michigan *               W   3-1
              OVERALL                MID-AMERICAN                                                              Sept. 22         at Toledo *                         W   2-1
    YEAR      W-L-T       PCT.       W-L-T    PCT.    FINISH             MAC TOURNAMENT                        Sept. 24         at Eastern Michigan * (2-OT)        W   1-0
    1997      6-12-0      .333       1-6-0    .143    8th of 8           Did not qualify                       Sept. 29         NORTHERN ILLINOIS *                 L   2-4
    1998      8-11-1      .425       4-5-1    .450    6th of 11          Advanced to Semifinals                 Oct. 1           WESTERN MICHIGAN *                  L   1-2
                                                                                                               Oct. 4           at Wright State – Ppd., lightning
    1999      5-11-3      .342       2-6-3    .318    10th of 12         Did not qualify
                                                                                                               Oct. 6           MIAMI *                             L   1-4
    2000      10-10-1     .500       5-5-1    .500    7th of 12          Advanced to Championship              Oct. 8           BALL STATE *                        W   3-0
    2001      7-10-2      .421       2-9-1    .208    12th of 13         Did not qualify                       Oct. 13          MARSHALL * (OT)                     W   1-0
    2002      12-8-2      .591       7-4-1    .625    4th of 13          Advanced to Semifinals                 Oct. 15          OHIO *                              L   0-1
    2003      8-12-3      .413       5-5-2    .500    8th of 13          Advanced to Championship              Oct. 20          at Buffalo * (2-OT)                 T   1-1
    2004      10-12-2     .458       5-5-2    .500    8th of 13          Tournament Champion                   Oct. 22          at Kent State *                     L   1-3
    2005      14-7-2      .652       9-2-0    .818    1st of 12          Tournament Champion                   Oct. 27          UW-GREEN BAY                        W   3-1
                                                                                                               Oct. 29          MICHIGAN STATE                      L   0-1
    2006      10-10-0     .500       7-4-0    .636    T-3rd of 12        Advanced to Quarterfinals
                                                                                                               Oct. 31          at Eastern Michigan &               W   2-1
    Totals    90-103-16 .469         47-51-11 .482    1 MAC R-S Title, 2 MAC Tourn. Titles                     Nov. 3           vs. Western Michigan %              W   2-1
                                                                                                               Nov. 5           vs. Miami ^ (2-OT)                  L   0-1
                                                                                                               $ Kent Classic (Kent, Ohio)
                                                                                                               # at Las Vegas, Nev.
1997                                                  1999                                                     & MAC Tournament Quarterfinal
                                                                                                               % MAC Tournament Semifinal (Buffalo, N.Y.)
6-12-0 Overall                                        5-11-3 Overall                                           ^ MAC Tournament Championship (Buffalo, N.Y.)
1-6-0 MAC (8th of 8)                                  2-6-3 MAC (10th of 12)
Date         Opponent                        Result   Date          Opponent                        Result
Aug. 29      at Kent (OT)                    W 1-0    Aug. 27       MICHIGAN STATE (OT)             W 3-2      2001
Aug. 31      LOUISVILLE                      L 0-1    Aug. 29       VALPARAISO                      W 5-1
Sept. 3      at Dayton                       L 0-5    Sept. 3       at Georgia                      L 0-1
                                                                                                               7-10-2 Overall
Sept. 6      at Ohio State                   L 0-3    Sept. 5       vs. East Carolina $             L 2-4      2-9-1 MAC (12th of 13)
Sept. 7      ST. FRANCIS (PA)                W 5-0    Sept. 12      NIAGARA                         W 2-0      Date             Opponent                            Result
Sept. 12     at Indiana                      L 1-6    Sept. 15      KENT *                          W 2-0      Aug. 31          at UW-Green Bay                     W 2-0
Sept. 14     NORTHERN ILLINOIS *             L 0-6    Sept. 18      at Northern Illinois *          W 3-2      Sept. 2          at Michigan State (2-OT)            T 1-1
Sept. 20     at Toledo *                     L 2-3    Sept. 26      BUFFALO *                       L 0-3      Sept. 7          SAMFORD                             W 2-0
Sept. 28     at Eastern Michigan *           L 0-1    Oct. 1        at Ball State * (2-OT)          T 2-2      Sept. 9          TOLEDO * (2-OT)                     T 2-2
Oct. 1       at West Virginia                L 0-4    Oct. 3        at Miami *                      L 1-3      Sept. 18         at Ohio State                       W 2-0
Oct. 5       at Western Michigan *           L 2-4    Oct. 8        at Ohio * (2-OT)                T 0-0      Sept. 21         vs. Iowa State $                    L 1-4
Oct. 11      at Miami *                      L 2-3    Oct. 10       at Marshall * (2-OT)            T 3-3      Sept. 23         BUFFALO * (OT)                      L 1-2
Oct. 17      KENT *                          W 2-0    Oct. 15       EASTERN MICHIGAN *              L 2-4      Sept. 28         at Northern Illinois *              W 4-2
Oct. 24      BUFFALO                         W 2-1    Oct. 17       CENTRAL MICHIGAN *              L 1-2      Sept. 30         at Western Michigan *               L 0-1
Oct. 26      OHIO *                          L 0-4    Oct. 20       DETROIT                         L 0-6      Oct. 3           YOUNGSTOWN STATE                    W 10-1
Oct. 29      MICHIGAN STATE                  L 1-2    Oct. 22       at Western Michigan *           L 1-4      Oct. 5           AKRON *                             W 3-0
Oct. 31      at Robert Morris                W 3-1    Oct. 24       INDIANA                         L 0-3      Oct. 9           WRIGHT STATE                        W 2-1
Nov. 2       YOUNGSTOWN STATE                W 7-2    Oct. 27       OHIO STATE                      L 0-1      Oct. 12          EASTERN MICHIGAN *                  L 0-3
                                                      Oct. 30       TOLEDO * (OT)                   L 1-2      Oct. 14          CENTRAL MICHIGAN *                  L 1-4
                                                                                                               Oct. 19          at Marshall *                       L 1-3
1998                                                  $ at Athens, Ga.
                                                                                                               Oct. 21          at Ohio *                           L 0-3
                                                                                                               Oct. 26          KENT STATE * (OT)                   L 0-1
8-11-1 Overall
4-5-1 MAC (6th of 11)                                 2000                                                     Oct. 28
                                                                                                               Nov. 1
                                                                                                                                at Miami *
                                                                                                                                at Ball State *
                                                                                                                                                                    L 0-3
                                                                                                                                                                    L 0-3
Date         Opponent                        Result   10-10-1 Overall                                          $ at Libertyville, Ill.
Sept. 1      at Valparaiso                   W 2-1
Sept. 5      WESTERN ILLINOIS #              W 3-0
                                                      5-5-1 MAC (7th of 12)
                                                      Date          Opponent                        Result
Sept. 6      ROBERT MORRIS #                 W 9-2
                                                      Aug. 25       vs. St. Bonaventure $           W 2-0
Sept. 9      WEST VIRGINIA                   L 0-6
                                                      Aug. 27       vs. Bucknell $ (OT)             W 3-2
Sept. 13     DAYTON (OT)                     L 2-3
Sept. 17     at Toledo *                     W 2-1
Sept. 20     at Eastern Michigan *           L 2-5
Sept. 25     BUFFALO *                       W 2-1
Sept. 27     KENT * (2-OT)                   T 1-1
Oct. 1       CENTRAL MICHIGAN *              W 4-3
Oct. 4       WESTERN MICHIGAN *              L 2-4
Oct. 9       NORTHERN ILLINOIS *             L 2-4
Oct. 12      at Oakland                      L 1-7
Oct. 16      at Marshall *                   W 2-0
Oct. 18      at Ohio *                       L 0-2
Oct. 21      at Michigan State               L 1-5
Oct. 27      at Detroit                      L 4-6
Oct. 30      MIAMI * (OT)                    L 1-2
Nov. 3       at Eastern Michigan %           W 1-0
Nov. 6       vs. Northern Illinois ^ (OT)    L 1-2
# Falcon Classic
% MAC Tournament Quarterfinal
^ MAC Tournament Semifinal (Athens, Ohio)
                                                                  The 2000 Falcons became the first BG team to advance to the MAC Tourna-
                                                                  ment’s championship match

                                                                                                             BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER                37
                       FALCONS YEAR BY YEAR

2002
12-8-2 Overall
7-4-1 MAC (4th of 13)
Date           Opponent                         Result
Sept. 1        MICHIGAN STATE                   L 0-4
Sept. 4        DETROIT                          W 5-2
Sept. 6        at Toledo *                      W 1-0
Sept. 8        at Eastern Illinois (2-OT)       T 1-1
Sept. 13       vs. Pittsburgh $                 W 1-0
Sept. 15       vs. Missouri $                   L 0-1
Sept. 20       MIAMI *                          L 0-3
Sept. 22       BALL STATE *                     L 1-2
Sept. 27       at Akron *                       W 2-1
Sept. 29       at Kent State *                  W 1-0
Oct. 4         MARSHALL *                       W 3-0
Oct. 6         OHIO * (OT)                      L 0-1
Oct. 8         at Cincinnati                    L 0-2
Oct. 11        at Central Michigan *            W 2-0
Oct. 13        at Eastern Michigan * (2-OT)     T 2-2
Oct. 18        VALPARAISO                       W 3-0        The 2004 Falcons became the first team in school history to win a MAC title and advance
Oct. 20        at Buffalo * (OT)                W 2-1
Oct. 25        WESTERN MICHIGAN *               W 7-0
                                                             to the NCAA Championships. Seeded eighth for the conference tournament, BGSU rolled
Oct. 27        NORTHERN ILLINOIS *              L 2-3        through the tourney with a trio of wins to earn the MAC’s automatic berth to the NCAAs.
Nov. 1         at Wright State                  W 3-1
Nov. 6         BUFFALO % (2-OT)                 W 2-1
Nov. 8         at Miami &                       L 0-3
                                                         Sept. 5     at Eastern Illinois            L   0-2   Oct. 14      KENT STATE *                     W   2-0
$ Ohio State Invitational (Columbus, Ohio)               Sept. 10    at Navy $                      L   1-3   Oct. 16      BUFFALO *                        W   4-0
% MAC Tournament Quarterfinal                             Sept. 12    vs. Delaware $                 L   0-2   Oct. 21      at Central Michigan *            W   2-1
& MAC Tournament Semifinal                                Sept. 17    OHIO *                         L   0-2   Oct. 23      at Eastern Michigan *            W   2-1
                                                         Sept. 19    MARSHALL * (2-OT)              T   1-1   Oct. 28      at Toledo *                      W   3-2
                                                         Sept. 24    at Central Michigan *          L   0-1   Nov. 1       TOLEDO #^ (2-OT)                 T   0-0
2003                                                     Sept. 26    at Eastern Michigan *          L   2-3   Nov. 4       MIAMI %                          W   2-0
                                                         Oct. 1      at Cleveland State             W   5-1   Nov. 6       KENT STATE &^ (2-OT)             T   0-0
8-12-3 Overall                                           Oct. 3      at Akron *                     W   3-0   Nov. 11      vs. Michigan State !             L   0-4
5-5-2 MAC (8th of 13)                                    Oct. 8      MIAMI *                        W   2-0
                                                                                                              $ Mountain Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.)
Date           Opponent                         Result   Oct. 10     BALL STATE *                   L   1-2
                                                                                                              # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal
Aug. 30        vs. Arizona State $              L 1-5    Oct. 15     at Kent State *                L   2-4
                                                                                                              % MAC Tournament Semifinal
Aug. 31        at Hawai’i $                     L 0-4    Oct. 17     at Buffalo *                   W   1-0
                                                                                                              & MAC Tournament Championship
Sept. 5        EASTERN ILLINOIS                 L 2-4    Oct. 22     NORTHERN ILLINOIS *            W   2-1
                                                                                                              ! NCAA Championships First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.)
Sept. 7        EASTERN MICHIGAN *               L 0-1    Oct. 24     WESTERN MICH. * (2-OT)         T   2-2
Sept. 12       CENTRAL MICH. * (2-OT)           T 2-2    Oct. 28     at Toledo *                    W   3-0
Sept. 14
Sept. 17
               CINCINNATI
               at Detroit
                                                W 1-0
                                                L 0-3
                                                         Oct. 30
                                                         Nov. 2
                                                                     at Wright State
                                                                     at Kent State # (2-OT)
                                                                                                    L
                                                                                                    W
                                                                                                        0-1
                                                                                                        2-1   2006
Sept. 19       AKRON *                          W 2-1    Nov. 5      vs. Western Michigan %         W   4-1   10-10-0 Overall
Sept. 21       WRIGHT STATE                     W 3-0    Nov. 7      vs. Central Michigan &         W   2-0
Sept. 28       TOLEDO * (OT)                    L 0-1    Nov. 12     at Ohio State !                L   0-2   7-4-0 MAC (T-3rd of 12)
                                                                                                              Date         Opponent                         Result
Oct. 3         at Ball State *                  W 2-0    ^ Falcon Classic                                     Aug. 25      at Marquette $                   L 0-3
Oct. 5         at Miami *                       W 3-2    $ Navy Tournament (Annapolis, Md.)                   Aug. 27      at UW-Milwaukee $                L 0-3
Oct. 10        at Western Michigan *            L 0-2    # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal                         Sept. 1      XAVIER (2-OT)                    W 1-0
Oct. 12        at Northern Illinois * (OT)      W 4-3    % MAC Tournament Semifinal (Athens, Ohio)             Sept. 3      WESTERN ILLINOIS                 L 0-2
Oct. 15        at Michigan State                L 2-3    & MAC Tournament Champ. (Athens, Ohio)               Sept. 8      YOUNGSTOWN STATE                 W 1-0
Oct. 17        BUFFALO * (OT)                   L 2-3    ! NCAA Championships First Round                     Sept. 10     at Eastern Illinois              W 2-0
Oct. 19        KENT STATE * (2-OT)              T 0-0
                                                                                                              Sept. 15     MICHIGAN STATE                   L 1-2
Oct. 24        at Ohio *                        L 1-2
                                                                                                              Sept. 17     at Wright State                  L 0-3
Oct. 26
Oct. 31
               at Marshall * (OT)
               OHIO STATE (2-OT)
                                                W 4-3
                                                L 2-3
                                                         2005                                                 Sept. 22     NORTHERN ILLINOIS *              W 1-0
                                                                                                              Sept. 24     WESTERN MICHIGAN *               W 2-0
Nov. 4         at Eastern Michigan #            W 2-1    14-7-2 Overall                                       Sept. 29     BALL STATE *                     L 0-2
Nov. 7         vs. Central Michigan %^ (2-OT)   T 0-0
Nov. 9         at Western Michigan &            L 1-4
                                                         9-2-0 MAC (1st of 12)                                Oct. 1       MIAMI *                          W 2-0
                                                                                                              Oct. 6       at Ohio *                        L 0-3
$ No Ka Oi Tournament (Honolulu, Hawai’i)
                                                         MAC REG.-SEASON CHAMPIONS                            Oct. 8       at Akron *                       L 1-2
# MAC Tournament Quarterfinal                             MAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS                             Oct. 13      at Kent State * (OT)             W 1-0
% MAC Tournament Semifinal (Kalamazoo, Mich.)                                                                  Oct. 15      vs. Buffalo *%                   W 2-0
^ BGSU advances, 4-3, on PKs
                                                         NCAA FIRST ROUND                                     Oct. 20      CENTRAL MICHIGAN *               L 1-3
                                                         Date        Opponent                       Result
& MAC Tournament Championship                                                                                 Oct. 22      EASTERN MICHIGAN *               W 1-0
                                                         Aug. 26     OAKLAND                        L 1-4
                                                                                                              Oct. 26      TOLEDO * (2-OT)                  W 1-0
                                                         Aug. 28     WRIGHT STATE                   L 0-4
                                                                                                              Oct. 29      TOLEDO #                         L 0-3
2004                                                     Sept. 2
                                                         Sept. 4
                                                                     at Northern Arizona $
                                                                     vs. Boise State $
                                                                                                    W 2-1
                                                                                                    W 1-0     $ Milwaukee Cup (Milwaukee, Wis.)
10-12-2 Overall                                          Sept. 9     at Michigan State              L 0-1     % at Kent, Ohio
                                                         Sept. 11    EASTERN ILLINOIS (OT)          W 2-1     # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal
5-5-2 MAC (8th of 13)                                    Sept. 16    CLEVELAND STATE                W 6-0
MAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS                                 Sept. 18    at Indiana                     L 0-2     For all seasons:
                                                         Sept. 23    at Northern Illinois *         W 3-1
NCAA FIRST ROUND                                         Sept. 25    at Western Michigan *          L 0-4
                                                                                                              * Mid-American Conference match
                                                                                                              Home contests in CAPS
Date           Opponent                         Result   Sept. 30    at Ball State *                L 0-3
Aug. 27        DUQUESNE ^                       W 7-3    Oct. 2      at Miami *                     W 3-1
Aug. 29        PITTSBURGH ^                     L 0-2    Oct. 7      OHIO *                         W 2-0
Sept. 3        MICHIGAN STATE                   L 0-3    Oct. 9      AKRON *                        W 1-0

38         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
1997 STATISTICS & RESULTS (6-12-0, 1-6-0 MAC)

Player                           MP/MS        Shots    SOG                G      A      Pts.   MWG                   ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Kerry McKee                       18/14         37          18            4      5       13        3                 YC: BG 3 (Shamblin, Short, Suhay 1); Opp. 8 • RC:
                                                                                                                     BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 86, Opp. 95 • Fouls: BG
Krista Shamblin                   18/12         36         14             6      0       12        1
                                                                                                                     201, Opp. 265 • Offsides: BG 27, Opp. 40
Stephanie Heller                  16/13         19          9             4      2       10        0
Paige Suhay                       17/15         22          10            3      4       10        0                 Scoring By Half     1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
                                                                                                                     BGSU                17   10      1  –       28    1.65
Janice Mentrup                    18/18         37           9            2      6       10        1
                                                                                                                     Opp.                18   28      0  –       46    2.56
Stefanie Sizemore                 18/17         33          12            1      7        9        0
Michelle Lisy                       13/5         9           6            2      4        8        0                 Attendance               Total      Avg.
                                                                                                                     Home Matches (8)         1,273      159.1
Emily Graham                      18/18         49          12            1      5        7        1                 Away Matches (10)        4,214      421.4
Jamie Eshleman                      18/6        18           8            2      1        5        0                 All Matches (18)         5,487      304.8
Autumn Harris                     14/14         14           4            1      1        3        0
                                                                                                                     Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS
Rachel Short                         9/0         5           2            1      0        2        0                 - matches started; SOG - shots on goal; MWG
Ashley Enser                      18/18          5           4            1      0        2        0                 - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA
Christa Garver                       9/0         3           2            0      1        1        0                 - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
                                                                                                                     cards/red cards
Emily McCracken                     13/0         8           3            0      1        1        0
Rachel Clark                        16/8         7           3            0      1        1        0
Mackenzie Williams                16/10          7          2             0      0        0        0
Kit Gazley                         14/11         0           0            0      0        0        0
Liz Robarge                         12/6         0           0            0      0        0        0
Lynette Lasanen                     11/7         0           0            0      0        0        0
Laura Harvey                        11/6         0           0            0      0        0        0
Michelle Dorman                      5/0         4          1             0      0        0        0
Kelly Thompson                       5/0         4           1            0      0        0        0
BGSU                                 18        317         120           28     38       94        6
Opponents                            18        375         176           46     33      125       12


Goalkeeper (MP/MS)                 Min.        Svs    GA     GAA       SHO    Record
Kit Gazley (14/11)               994:26         76    24     2.29         3     6-7-0
Lynette Lasanen (11/7)           629:41         49    18     2.57         3     0-5-0
Michelle Lisy (3/0)               52:36          5     4     6.84         0     0-0-0
BGSU                           1626:43         130    46     2.55         3    6-12-0
Opponents                      1626:43          92    28     1.55         7    12-6-0
Lasanen and Gazley combined for three shutouts




Date            Opponent (Attend.)               Result          BGSU Scoring
Aug. 29         at Kent (300) (OT)               W 1-0           McKee (Graham, Mentrup)
Aug. 31         LOUISVILLE (253)                 L 0-1           –
Sept. 3         at Dayton (250)                  L 0-5           –
Sept. 6         at Ohio State (250)              L 0-3           –
Sept. 7         ST. FRANCIS (PA) (152)           W 5-0           Mentrup (–); Heller (Clark, Graham); Suhay (–); Eshleman (Mentrup); Lisy (–)
Sept. 12        at Indiana (394)                 L 1-6           Shamblin (–)
Sept. 14        NORTHERN ILL. * (150)            L 0-6           –
Sept. 20        at Toledo * (2,385)              L 2-3           Heller (Harris); Enser (PK)
Sept. 28        at Eastern Michigan * (187)      L 0-1           –
Oct. 1          at West Virginia (103)           L 0-4           –
Oct. 5          at Western Michigan * (131)      L 2-4           Harris (Mentrup, Sizemore); Heller (McKee)
Oct. 11         at Miami * (106)                 L 2-3           Suhay (Lisy, Garver); Shamblin (McKee, Heller)
Oct. 17         KENT * (268)                     W 2-0           McKee (Suhay); Eshleman (Lisy, Mentrup)
Oct. 24         BUFFALO (50)                     W 2-1           Lisy (Sizemore, Graham); Graham (Sizemore, Heller)
Oct. 26         OHIO * (126)                     L 0-4           –
Oct. 29         MICHIGAN STATE (121)             L 1-2           Mentrup (Sizemore, Lisy)
Oct. 31         at Robert Morris (108)           W 3-1           Shamblin (Eshleman, Mentrup); Shamblin (PK); Shamblin (Sizemore, Graham)
Nov. 2          YOUNGSTOWN ST. (153)             W 7-2           Sizemore (McKee); McKee (Sizemore, Lisy); McKee (Sizemore, Suhay); Suhay (Mentrup, McCracken);
                                                                 Short (Suhay); Shamblin (Graham, McKee); Heller (McKee, Suhay)

* Mid-American Conference match                  Home contests in CAPS


                                                                                                                   BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER           39
                       1998 STATISTICS & RESULTS (8-11-1, 4-5-1 MAC)

Player                           MP/MS      Shots        SOG           G      A      Pts.     MWG                     ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Tracy Gleixner                    19/18        49          27         12      5       29         3                    YC: BG 7 (Enser 2; Davis, Erb, Eshleman, Lisy,
Krista Shamblin                    18/4        34          13          4      4       12         1                    Mentrup 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 2 • CK: BG
Beth Wechsler                     20/20        31           7          3      6       12         1                    86, Opp. 109 • Fouls: BG 156, Opp. 256 • Offsides:
                                                                                                                      BG 16, Opp. 37 • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Enser), Opp. 1/1
Michelle Lisy                     20/20        18           9          4      3       11         0
Cari Combs                        18/18        24          10          2      6       10         1                    Scoring By Half     1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Stephanie Heller                  20/20        29          14          3      3        9         0                    BGSU                17   25      0  0       42    2.10
Janice Mentrup                    20/20        49          17          2      5        9         0                    Opp.                17   35      2  1       55    2.75
Autumn Harris                     20/17        17          10          3      1        7         0
                                                                                                                      Attendance               Total      Avg.
Michelle Hoyng                    20/19        16           9          0      7        7         0
                                                                                                                      Home Matches (10)        2,141      214.1
Leah Rosner                        14/2         6           3          2      2        6         0                    Away Matches (9)         1,627      180.8
Desiree Erb                        20/4        23          14          2      1        5         1                    Neutral Matches (1)        200      200.0
Erin Incorvaia                     15/0         5           3          2      0        4         0                    All Matches (20)         3,968      198.4
Ashley Enser                      20/20         7           4          1      2        4         0
Mandy Smith                        14/1        12           5          0      3        3         0                    Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS
                                                                                                                      - matches started; SOG - shots on goal; MWG
Mackenzie Williams                 11/2         4           1          1      1        3         1                    - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA
Annmarie Aparo                      3/0         1           1          1      0        2         0                    - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
Leslie Buse                         6/1         1           1          0      1        1         0                    cards/red cards
Jamie Eshleman                      6/3         3           0          0      1        1         0                    Gawel and Marchant combined for one shutout
Emily McCracken                     8/2         6           2          0      1        1         0                    * Individual SOG totals do not include the Valparaiso
                                                                                                                      match or the second NIU match
Kristy Wolter                       3/0         1           1          0      1        1         0
Meredith Davis                     13/1         0           0          0      0        0         0
Sarah Gawel                        12/9         0           0          0      0        0         0
Leslie Hepfinger                   19/16         4           4          0      0        0         0
Sarah Marchant                      7/3         0           0          0      0        0         0
Liz Robarge                         3/0         1           1          0      0        0         0
BGSU                                 20       341        176*         42     53      137         8
Opponents                            20       302         176         55     47      157        11

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)                 Min.       Svs      GA    GAA    SHO    Record
Mandy Smith (1/0)                  0:28         0        0   0.00     0      0-0-0
Michelle Lisy (9/8)              759:15        50      16    1.90     2      2-4-1
Sarah Marchant (7/3)             334:32        15       11   2.96     0      3-1-0
Sarah Gawel (12/9)               785:32        56      28    3.21     0      3-6-0
BGSU                            1879:47       121      55    2.63     3     8-11-1
Opponents                       1879:47       134      42    2.01     2     11-8-1




Date           Opponent (Attend.)                  Result    BGSU Scoring
Sept. 1        at Valparaiso (75)                  W 2-1     Lisy (–); Williams (Mentrup)
Sept. 5        WESTERN ILLINOIS # (124)            W 3-0     Wechsler (Heller, Lisy); Harris (–); Combs (–)
Sept. 6        ROBERT MORRIS # (176)               W 9-2     Gleixner (Hoyng); Erb (Gleixner, Enser); Shamblin (Erb, Heller); Gleixner (–); Shamblin (Smith, Rosner);
                                                             Aparo (Mentrup, McCracken); Incorvaia (Buse); Harris (Smith); Incorvaia (Wolter, Rosner)
Sept. 9        WEST VIRGINIA (154)                 L   0-6   –
Sept. 13       DAYTON (243)(OT)                    L   2-3   Gleixner (Combs); Heller (Combs, Hoyng)
Sept. 17       at Toledo * (154)                   W   2-1   Wechsler (Hoyng); Erb (Shamblin)
Sept. 20       at Eastern Michigan * (257)         L   2-5   Lisy (Gleixner, Combs); Shamblin (Combs)
Sept. 25       BUFFALO * (182)                     W   2-1   Heller (Lisy, Combs); Gleixner (Heller, Shamblin)
Sept. 27       KENT * (337)(2-OT)                  T   1-1   Shamblin (–)
Oct. 1         CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (121)            W   4-3   Lisy (Hoyng, Gleixner); Enser (PK); Lisy (Wechsler); Gleixner (–)
Oct. 4         WESTERN MICHIGAN * (373)            L   2-4   Gleixner (Mentrup); Mentrup (Wechsler, Shamblin)
Oct. 9         NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (117)           L   2-4   Wechsler (Gleixner, Mentrup); Gleixner (Wechsler, Smith)
Oct. 12        at Oakland (78)                     L   1-7   Rosner (Eshleman, Williams)
Oct. 16        at Marshall * (121)                 W   2-0   Gleixner (Wechsler); Mentrup (Shamblin, Gleixner)
Oct. 18        at Ohio * (317)                     L   0-2   –
Oct. 21        at Michigan State (321)             L   1-5   Heller (–)
Oct. 27        at Detroit (150)                    L   4-6   Gleixner (Hoyng, Wechsler); Gleixner (Mentrup, Enser); Gleixner (–); Harris (Lisy, Hoyng)
Oct. 30        MIAMI * (314) (OT)                  L   1-2   Gleixner (Combs, Wechsler)
Nov. 3         at Eastern Michigan % (154)         W   1-0   Combs (Harris)
Nov. 6         vs. Northern Illinois ^ (200)(OT)   L   1-2   Rosner (Hoyng)
* Mid-American Conference match                    Home contests in CAPS          # Falcon Classic
% MAC Tournament Quarterfinal                       ^ MAC Tournament Semifinal (Athens, Ohio)

40         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
1999 STATISTICS & RESULTS (5-11-3, 2-6-3 MAC)

Player                          MP/MS     Shots       SOG                G       A      Pts.     MWG                    ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Jill Conover                      19/19         41        23              6      8       20           1                 YC: BG 8 (Conover, Erb, Galitz, Hepfinger, Lisy,
                                                                                                                        Smith, Wallace, Wechsler 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0,
Michelle Lisy                     19/17         50        15              8      3       19           2
                                                                                                                        Opp. 2 • CK: BG 101, Opp. 80 • Fouls: BG 201,
Desiree Erb                       18/12         18         12             3      3        9           0                 Opp. 242 • Offsides: BG 33, Opp. 83 • PK’s: BG 1/2
Autumn Harris                     19/16         25          8             3      2        8           0                 (Enser 1/1, Lisy 0/1), Opp. 0/0
Janice Mentrup                    19/19         43         20             1      5        7           1
                                                                                                                        Scoring By Half     1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Mandy Smith                        19/5         18          3             2      2        6           0                 BGSU                11   16      1  0       28    1.47
Susan Wallace                      19/7         12          4             2      1        5           0                 Opp.                18   24      1  0       43    2.26
Beth Wechsler                     19/18         21          6             0      5        5           0                 Attendance               Total      Avg.
Ashley Enser                      19/19          8          4             1      2        4           0                 Home Matches (11)        1,759      159.9
Stephanie Heller                  19/18         18         5              1      2        4           0                 Away Matches (7)         2,628      375.4
                                                                                                                        Neutral Matches (1)      85         85.0
Melissa Galitz                     14/8          9          1             0      3        3           0                 All Matches (19)         4,472      235.3
Jamie Eshleman                     17/2          5          2             1      0        2           1
Leslie Hepfinger                   19/18         11          5             0      2        2           0                 Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS
                                                                                                                        - matches started; SOG - shots on goal; MWG
Annmarie Aparo                     15/6          4          2             0      1        1           0                 - match-winning goals; GA - goals against; GAA
Leslie Buse                        11/2          2          1             0      1        1           0                 - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
                                                                                                                        cards/red cards
Erika Flanders                    17/17          0          0             0      0        0           0
                                                                                                                        * individual statistics do not include shots on goal
Meredith Davis                     12/2          3          1             0      0        0           0                 from Georgia, East Carolina, Ohio and Marshall
Erin Incorvaia                      6/1          2          0             0      0        0           0                 matches; team offsides totals do not include Georgia
                                                                                                                        and East Carolina matches
Amy McIlwain                       10/1          4          1             0      0        0           0
Sarah Gawel                         4/2          0          0             0      0        0           0
Sara Carrasquillo                   2/0          0         0              0      0        0           0
Leah Rosner                         2/0          0          0             0      0        0           0
Heidi Williams                      2/0          0          0             0      0        0           0
Kelly Archiable                     1/0          0          0             0      0        0           0
BGSU                                19         295    134 *              28     40       96           5
Opponents                           19         325        154            43     39      125         11


Goalkeeper (MP/MS)                Min.     Svs       GA     GAA       SHO     Record
Beth Wechsler (1/0)               3:34          1     0     0.00          0     0-0-1
Sarah Gawel (4/2)               276:05         19     6     1.96          1     0-0-1
Erika Flanders (17/17)         1517:36         91    35     2.08          2    5-11-1
Michelle Lisy (1/0)              20:12          0     2     8.91          0     0-0-0
BGSU Totals                    1817:27         111   43     2.13          3    5-11-3
Opponent Totals                1817:27     106       28     1.39          6    11-5-3




Date            Opponent (Attend.)               Result         BGSU Scoring
Aug. 27         MICHIGAN STATE (174) (OT)        W 3-2          Erb (Wechsler); Erb (Lisy, Conover); Lisy (Conover, Wechsler)
Aug. 29         VALPARAISO (203)                 W 5-1          Harris (Wechsler); Conover (Galitz, Erb); Wallace (Erb); Lisy (Wallace, Conover); Wallace (Conover)
Sept. 3         at Georgia (1,142)               L 0-1          –
Sept. 5         vs. East Carolina (85) $         L 2-4          Smith (Conover, Wechsler); Conover (–)
Sept. 12        NIAGARA (116)                    W 2-0          Lisy (Heller); Harris (Heller)
Sept. 15        KENT * (106)                     W 2-0          Eshleman (Galitz, Conover); Conover (Smith, Harris)
Sept. 18        at Northern Illinois * (205)     W 3-2          Conover (Lisy, Hepfinger); Conover (Mentrup); Mentrup (Erb)
Sept. 26        BUFFALO * (133)                  L 0-3          –
Oct. 1          at Ball State * (282) (2-OT)     T 2-2          Conover (Mentrup); Harris (Mentrup)
Oct. 3          at Miami * (287)                 L 1-3          Lisy (Enser, Hepfinger)
Oct. 8          at Ohio * (382) (2-OT)           T 0-0          –
Oct. 10         at Marshall * (252) (2-OT)       T 3-3          Heller (Harris, Wechsler); Lisy (Galitz, Conover); Lisy (Enser, Smith)
Oct. 15         EASTERN MICHIGAN * (187)         L 2-4          Lisy (Conover, Buse); Enser (PK)
Oct. 17         CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (163)         L 1-2          Lisy (Aparo)
Oct. 20         DETROIT (63)                     L 0-6          –
Oct. 22         at Western Michigan * (78)       L 1-4          Smith (Mentrup)
Oct. 24         INDIANA (213)                    L 0-3          –
Oct. 27         OHIO STATE (177)                 L 0-1          –
Oct. 30         TOLEDO * (244) (OT)              L 1-2          Erb (Mentrup, Lisy)
* Mid-American Conference match                  Home contests in CAPS                  $ at Athens, Ga.

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                      2000 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-10-1, 5-5-1 MAC)

Player                          MP/MS     Shots      SOG           G       A     Pts.     MWG                     ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Jill Conover                     20/19       47        18          6       9      21         3                    YC: BG 9 (Conover, A. Enser, Smith 2; Davis,
Tracy Gleixner                    19/5       25        12          5       3      13         1                    Hepfinger, Wechsler 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp.
Ashley Enser                     19/19       21          9         3       5      11         0                    0 • CK: BG 104, Opp. 108 • Fouls: BG 308, Opp.
                                                                                                                  283 & • Offsides: BG 38, Opp. 36 • PK’s: BG 2/3
Janice Mentrup                   21/21       47        14          2       7      11         1
                                                                                                                  (Wechsler 2/2, A. Enser 0/1), Opp. 2/3
Michelle Lisy                    20/16       23          6         4       2      10         0
Stephanie Heller                 19/16       30        12          2       2       6         1                    Scoring By Half    1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Leslie Hepfinger                  21/21       23          6         2       2       6         2                    BGSU               13   16      2  1       32    1.52
Beth Wechsler                    20/20       23        10          2       2       6         0                    Opp.               13   20      0  1       34    1.61
Susan Wallace                     16/3       11          3         3       0       6         2
                                                                                                                  Attendance              Total      Avg.
Jamie Eshleman                    20/6       11          5         2       1       5         0                    Home Matches (8)        1,565      195.6
Mandy Smith                      21/21       34          7         1       3       5         0                    Away Matches (8)        1,699      212.4
Meredith Davis                    15/7        0          0         0       1       1         0                    Neutral Matches (5)       543      108.6
Sara Leary                        15/5        3          0         0       1       1         0                    All Matches (21)        3,807      181.3
Erika Flanders                   20/20        0          0         0       0       0         0
                                                                                                                  Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS
Lindsay Enser                    19/17        6          1         0       0       0         0                    - matches started; MWG - match-winning goals;
Kasey Freeman                     11/6        2          0         0       0       0         0                    GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO
Autumn Harris                      9/7        3          2         0       0       0         0                    - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards
Annmarie Aparo                     4/0        1          0         0       0       0         0                    & foul totals do not include the CMU match
Leslie Buse                        5/1        3          1         0       0       0         0                    * BGSU save totals include one ball cleared off the
                                                                                                                  goal line by Hepfinger vs. Ball State
Adrienne Graessle                  5/0        0          0         0       0       0         0
                                                                                                                  ^ Indiv. SOG totals do not include eight matches
Ashley Beel                        3/1        0          0         0       0       0         0
Heidi Williams                     2/0        0          0         0       0       0         0
Amy McIlwain                       1/0        1          1         0       0       0         0
BGSU                                21      314      171 ^        32      38     102        10
Opponents                           21      296       159         34      23      91        10

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)               Min.      Svs     GA    GAA    SHO    Record
Erika Flanders (20/20)        1834:23      118     28    1.37     4     10-9-1
Ashley Beel (3/1)              134:24        6      6    4.02     0      0-1-0
BGSU                          1968:47     125 *    34    1.55     4    10-10-1
Opponents                     1968:47      139     32    1.46     4    10-10-1




Date           Opponent (Attend.)               Result    BGSU Scoring
Aug. 25        vs. St. Bonaventure $ (70)       W 2-0     Hepfinger (–); Wallace (–)
Aug. 27        vs. Bucknell $ (210) (OT)        W 3-2     Conover (Lisy); Lisy (A. Enser); Wallace (Conover, Davis)
Sept. 6        at Detroit (100)                 L 3-6     A. Enser (Mentrup, Smith); Conover (Mentrup, A. Enser); Gleixner (Wechsler, Leary)
Sept. 9        vs. Idaho # (100)                L 0-2     –
Sept. 11       at UNLV (361)                    L 1-2     Gleixner (–)
Sept. 15       at Central Michigan * (100)      W 3-1     Conover (–); Mentrup (Conover); Gleixner (Conover, A. Enser)
Sept. 22       at Toledo * (100)                W 2-1     Wechsler (PK); Heller (Conover)
Sept. 24       at Eastern Mich. * (190)(2-OT) W 1-0       Gleixner (Conover, Mentrup)
Sept. 29       NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (173) L 2-4            Wechsler (PK); Lisy (Eshleman)
Oct. 1         WESTERN MICHIGAN * (317) L 1-2             Smith (–)
Oct. 4         at Wright State – Postponed, lightning
Oct. 6         MIAMI * (103)                    L 1-4     A. Enser (Hepfinger)
Oct. 8         BALL STATE * (174)               W 3-0     Hepfinger (–); Mentrup (A. Enser, Gleixner); Heller (Hepfinger, Mentrup)
Oct. 13        MARSHALL * (124) (OT)            W 1-0     Conover (Smith, Wechsler)
Oct. 15        OHIO * (158)                     L 0-1     –
Oct. 20        at Buffalo * (135) (2-OT)        T 1-1     Lisy (Mentrup)
Oct. 22        at Kent State * (495)            L 1-3     Eshleman (Heller, Conover)
Oct. 27        UW-GREEN BAY (193)               W 3-1     Eshleman (Conover, A. Enser); Conover (Gleixner, Mentrup); Lisy (Conover, Heller)
Oct. 29        MICHIGAN STATE (323)             L 0-1     –
Oct. 31        at Eastern Michigan & (218)      W 2-1     A. Enser (Gleixner, Conover); Conover (–)
Nov. 3         vs. Western Michigan % (80)      W 2-1     Gleixner (Mentrup, Smith); Wallace (Lisy)
Nov. 5         vs. Miami ^ (83) (2-OT)          L 0-1     –
* Mid-American Conference match                Home contests in CAPS           $ Kent Classic (Kent, Ohio)
# at Las Vegas, Nev.                           & MAC Tourn. Quarterfinal
% MAC Tourn. Semifinal (Buffalo, N.Y.)          ^ MAC Tourn. Championship (Buffalo, N.Y.)

42         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
2001 STATISTICS & RESULTS (7-10-2, 2-9-1 MAC)

Player                        MP/MS     Shots       SOG           G      A      Pts.        MWG                  ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Kristy Coppes                  19/18       38         22         12      2       26            1                 YC: BG 5 (Coppes, Flanders, Freeman, Hepfinger,
Jill Conover                   19/19       18         10          4      6       14            1                 Smith 1); Opp. 9 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 80,
Katie Piening                  16/12       30         17          3      6       12            1                 Opp. 95 • Fouls: BG 236, Opp. 277 • Offsides: BG
                                                                                                                 35, Opp. 35 • PK’s: BG 2/2 (Wechsler 2/2), Opp. 3/3
Beth Wechsler                  19/19       21         11          3      3        9            1
Mandy Smith                    19/19       34         10          3      1        7            1                 Scoring By Half     1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Tracy Gleixner                  10/0        6          4          3      0        6            1                 BGSU                15   17      0  0       32    1.68
Beth Rieman                    19/19       15          7          2      2        6            1                 Opp.                16   16      2  0       34    1.79
Nikki Pucillo                  19/14       11          5          0      6        6            0
                                                                                                                 Attendance               Total      Avg.
Annmarie Aparo                  14/7       14          4          1      2        4            0
                                                                                                                 Home Matches (9)         1,381      153.4
Jessica Sadler                  10/2        2          1          1      0        2            0                 Away Matches (9)         2,035      226.1
Jenny Berlovan                 18/14        3          2          0      2        2            0                 Neutral Matches (1)         50       50.0
Carrie Richards                  2/0        0          0          0      2        2            0                 All Matches (19)         3,466      182.4
Libby Christensen               14/4        8          3          0      1        1            0
Kasey Freeman                  19/19        4          2          0      1        1            0                 Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS
                                                                                                                 - matches started; MWG - match-winning goals;
Susan Wallace                   13/5        0          0          0      1        1            0                 GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against avg.; SHO
Heidi Williams                  10/8        8          2          0      0        0            0                 - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow cards/red cards
Michelle Hoyng                  16/4        1          1          0      0        0            0
Meredith Davis                   9/3        0          0          0      0        0            0
Kylene Newell                    1/0        0          0          0      0        0            0
Adrienne Graessle                2/0        0          0          0      0        0            0
Leslie Hepfinger                  9/4        0          0          0      0        0            0
Erika Flanders                 19/19        0          0          0      0        0            0
Ali Shingler                     4/0        0          0          0      0        0            0
BGSU                              19      213        101         32     35       99            7
Opponents                         19      315        153         34     36      104           10

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)              Min.      Svs     GA    GAA    SHO    Record
Ali Shingler (4/0)             87:27        3      1    1.03     0      0-0-0
Erika Flanders (19/19)       1692:05      127     33    1.76     4     7-10-2
BGSU                         1779:32      130     34    1.72     4     7-10-2
Opponents                    1779:32       73     32    1.62     6     10-7-2




Date         Opponent (Attend.)               Result    BGSU Scoring
Aug. 31      at UW-Green Bay (100)            W 2-0     Coppes (Wechsler); Sadler (–)
Sept. 2      at Michigan State (415) (2-OT)   T 1-1     Conover (Pucillo)
Sept. 7      SAMFORD (146)                    W 2-0     Conover (Rieman); Coppes (Conover, Aparo)
Sept. 9      TOLEDO * (243) (2-OT)            T 2-2     Coppes (Smith, Wechsler); Wechsler (PK)
Sept. 18     at Ohio State (330)              W 2-0     Gleixner (Conover); Coppes (Wechsler, Piening)
Sept. 21     vs. Iowa State $ (50)            L 1-4     Coppes (Wallace)
Sept. 23     BUFFALO * (176) (OT)             L 1-2     Wechsler (–)
Sept. 28     at Northern Illinois * (101)     W 4-2     Smith (Rieman); Rieman (Freeman); Rieman (–); Aparo (Conover)
Sept. 30     at Western Michigan * (156)      L 0-1     –
Oct. 3       YOUNGSTOWN STATE (96)            W 10-1    Coppes (Pucillo); Smith (Conover, Piening); Coppes (Piening); Piening (Conover); Conover (–);
                                                                   Conover (Pucillo); Piening (Coppes, Pucillo); Gleixner (Richards); Gleixner (Richards);
                                                                   Coppes (Conover, Berlovan)
Oct. 5       AKRON * (108)                    W   3-0   Piening (Aparo); Coppes (Piening, Pucillo); Coppes (Piening, Christensen)
Oct. 9       WRIGHT STATE (104)               W   2-1   Smith (Pucillo, Coppes); Wechsler (PK)
Oct. 12      EASTERN MICHIGAN * (167)         L   0-3   –
Oct. 14      CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (174)         L   1-4   Coppes (Berlovan)
Oct. 19      at Marshall * (237)              L   1-3   Coppes (Piening)
Oct. 21      at Ohio * (228)                  L   0-3   –
Oct. 26      KENT STATE * (167) (OT)          L   0-1   –
Oct. 28      at Miami * (257)                 L   0-3   –
Nov. 1       at Ball State * (211)            L   0-3   –
* Mid-American Conference match               Home contests in CAPS             $ at Libertyville, Ill.

                                                                                                               BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER           43
                      2002 STATISTICS & RESULTS (12-8-2, 7-4-1 MAC)

Player                      MP/MS        Shots       SOG            G      A   Pts.    MWG    MWA                   ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Kristy Coppes                22/18          43         20          12      2    26        4      1                  YC: BG 13 (Freeman, Team/Bench 3; Eggleton 2;
Julie Trundle                22/22          21         11           5      8    18        2      2                  Coppes, Meister, Piening, Sampiller, Wentzel 1);
Samantha Meister              15/8          29         13           6      5    17        1      1                  Opp. 7 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 98, Opp. 77 •
                                                                                                                    Fouls: BG 327, Opp. 283 • Offsides: BG 33, Opp. 26
Jill Conover                  22/3          10          6           4      2    10        2      0
                                                                                                                    • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Trundle 1/1), Opp. 1/2
Britt Anderson               19/12          25         10           4      1     9        2      1
Keeley Dayton                 20/5          12          8           2      2     6        0      0                  Scoring By Half    1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Leslie Dawley                 18/6          15          6           0      6     6        0      4                  BGSU               12   24      1  1       38    1.73
Leah Eggleton                17/15          20          6           1      3     5        0      1                  Opp.               11   16      1  0       28    1.27
Carrie Richards               22/7           8          4           1      2     4        0      2
                                                                                                                    Attendance              Total      Avg.
Susan Wallace                 18/8           7          3           1      2     4        0      1                  Home Matches (10)       2,439      243.9
Nikki Pucillo                22/15          17          5           1      1     3        1      0                  Away Matches (10)       2,996      299.6
Katie Piening                 20/0          13          5           1      1     3        0      0                  Neutral Matches (2)       298      149.0
Ashley Wentzel                19/3           6          1           0      3     3        0      0                  All Matches (22)        5,733      260.6
Natalie Sampiller            20/17           7          3           0      2     2        0      1
                                                                                                                    Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS -
Beth Rieman                  21/21          18          7           0      1     1        0      0                  matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA
Jenny Berlovan               22/19           2          0           0      1     1        0      1                  - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA
Erika Flanders               22/22           0          0           0      1     1        0      0                  - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
Kasey Freeman                22/22           9          5           0      0     0        0      0                  cards/red cards
Megan Rapp                   19/12           6          4           0      0     0        0      0                  * BGSU save totals include one ‘team’ save (ball
                                                                                                                    blocked on goal line by a defender)
Molly Bremen                  16/7           1          0           0      0     0        0      0
Tracy Gleixner                 3/0           1          0           0      0     0        0      0
BGSU                            22         270        125          38     43   119       12     15
Opponents                       22         345        166          28     21    77        8

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)                Min.       Svs      GA    GAA     SHO   Record
Erika Flanders (22/22)         2040:18       137      28    1.24      7    12-8-2
BGSU                           2040:18      138 *     28    1.24      7    12-8-2
Opponents                      2040:18        87      38    1.68      6    8-12-2




Date           Opponent (Attend.)                Result     BGSU Scoring
Sept. 1        MICHIGAN STATE (288)              L 0-4      –
Sept. 4        DETROIT (168)                     W 5-2      Eggleton (Wentzel); Coppes (Wallace, Flanders); Coppes (Wallace, Berlovan);
                                                                       Coppes (Meister, Eggleton); Wallace (–)
Sept. 6        at Toledo * (647)                 W   1-0    Trundle (Richards, Eggleton)
Sept. 8        at Eastern Illinois (76) (2-OT)   T   1-1    Coppes (Pucillo)
Sept. 13       vs. Pittsburgh $ (198)            W   1-0    Conover (Dawley)
Sept. 15       vs. Missouri $ (100)              L   0-1    –
Sept. 20       MIAMI * (232)                     L   0-3    –
Sept. 22       BALL STATE * (229)                L   1-2    Coppes (Trundle, Eggleton)
Sept. 27       at Akron * (132)                  W   2-1    Trundle (Conover); Conover (Dawley, Anderson)
Sept. 29       at Kent State * (190)             W   1-0    Anderson (Richards)
Oct. 4         MARSHALL * (122)                  W   3-0    Coppes (Sampiller); Coppes (Meister); Conover (–)
Oct. 6         OHIO * (268) (OT)                 L   0-1    –
Oct. 8         at Cincinnati (607)               L   0-2    –
Oct. 11        at Central Michigan * (128)       W   2-0    Coppes (Meister); Meister (Piening)
Oct. 13        at Eastern Mich. * (103) (2-OT)   T   2-2    Meister (Dawley); Trundle (Wentzel)
Oct. 18        VALPARAISO (143)                  W   3-0    Anderson (Trundle); Piening (Dayton, Trundle); Meister (Dawley)
Oct. 20        at Buffalo * (112) (OT)           W   2-1    Anderson (Trundle); Meister (Dawley, Coppes)
Oct. 25        WESTERN MICHIGAN * (131)          W   7-0    Pucillo (Dawley); Meister (Trundle); Anderson (Trundle); Richards (Dayton); Conover (Coppes);
                                                                       Coppes (Wentzel); Coppes (Conover)
Oct. 27        NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (158)         L   2-3    Trundle (Sampiller); Dayton (Trundle)
Nov. 1         at Wright State (327)             W   3-1    Dayton (Meister); Coppes (Trundle); Meister (Rieman)
Nov. 6         BUFFALO % (700) (2-OT)            W   2-1    Coppes (Meister); Trundle (PK)
Nov. 8         at Miami & (674)                  L   0-3    –
* Mid-American Conference match                  Home contests in CAPS
$ Ohio State Invitational (Columbus, Ohio)       % MAC Tourn. Quarterfinal           & MAC Tourn. Semifinal


44         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
2003 STATISTICS & RESULTS (8-12-3, 5-5-2 MAC)

Player                     MP/MS        Shots      SOG            G      A   Pts.   MWG     MWA                   ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Samantha Meister            23/23          50        28          10      6    26       3       1                  YC: BG 14 (Dayton, Freeman, Meister, Piening 2;
Kristy Coppes               23/19          33        20          10      1    21       3       0                  Berlovan, Bremen, Carter, Eggleton, Pucillo, Team/
Julie Trundle               21/19          28        11           3      7    13       1       3                  Bench 1); Opp. 11 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 100,
                                                                                                                  Opp. 136 • Fouls: BG 302, Opp. 327 • Offsides: BG
Britt Anderson              23/18          37        19           3      3     9       0       2
                                                                                                                  33, Opp. 36 • PK’s: BG 0/0, Opp. 1/1
Leah Eggleton               17/14          30        16           2      4     8       0       1
Katie Piening                22/2          19         7           2      3     7       0       1                  Scoring By Half    1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Ashley Wentzel              23/17          13         7           1      5     7       1       0                  BGSU               9    23      2  0       34    1.48
Carrie Richards              21/6           5         3           2      1     5       0       0                  Opp.               21   23      0  1       47    2.04
Megan Rapp                   17/5           4         4           1      2     4       0       0
                                                                                                                  Attendance              Total      Avg.
Keeley Dayton               23/22           8         3           0      4     4       0       1                  Home Matches (10)       2,162      216.2
Lindsay Carter               21/1          10         6           0      3     3       0       0                  Away Matches (11)       2,676      243.3
Beth Rieman                 23/23          18         4           0      2     2       0       0                  Neutral Matches (2)       324      162.0
Nikki Pucillo                18/9           6         3           0      2     2       0       1                  All Matches (23)        5,162      224.4
Jenny Berlovan               19/5           2         2           0      1     1       0       0
                                                                                                                  Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS -
Molly Bremen                 22/6           6         2           0      0     0       0       0                  matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA
Natalie Sampiller           21/18           4         2           0      0     0       0       0                  - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA
Kasey Freeman               23/23           4         2           0      0     0       0       0                  - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
Karen Brown                   7/0           0         0           0      0     0       0       0                  cards/red cards
Kylene Newell                 2/0           0         0           0      0     0       0       0                  * Kernahan and Shingler combined on one shutout
Jenny Matson                  1/0           0         0           0      0     0       0       0
Jenifer Kernahan              7/2           0         0           0      0     0       0       0
Ali Shingler                22/21           0         0           0      0     0       0       0
Allie Failor                  1/0           0         0           0      0     0       0       0
BGSU                           23         277       139          34     44   112       8      10
Opponents                      23         372       188          47     42   136      12

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)               Min.       Svs     GA    GAA     SHO   Record
Allie Failor (1/0)              10:25         0      0    0.00      0     0-0-0
Jenifer Kernahan (7/2)         261:54        24      4    1.37      0     1-1-0
Ali Shingler (22/21)          1897:13       111     43    2.04      4    7-11-3
BGSU                          2169:32       141     47    1.95     5*    8-12-3
Opponents                     2169:32       105     34    1.41      7    12-8-3




Date         Opponent (Attend.)                  Result   BGSU Scoring
Aug. 30      vs. Arizona State $ (65)            L 1-5    Coppes (Wentzel)
Aug. 31      at Hawai’i $ (634)                  L 0-4    –
Sept. 5      EASTERN ILLINOIS (126)              L 2-4    Piening (Coppes); Richards (Rapp)
Sept. 7      EASTERN MICHIGAN * (211)            L 0-1    –
Sept. 12     CENT. MICH. * (307) (2-OT)          T 2-2    Richards (Rieman, Eggleton); Meister (Pucillo, Richards)
Sept. 14     CINCINNATI (181)                    W 1-0    Coppes (Pucillo)
Sept. 17     at Detroit (118)                    L 0-3    –
Sept. 19     AKRON * (177)                       W 2-1    Meister (Carter); Wentzel (Trundle, Dayton)
Sept. 21     WRIGHT STATE (236)                  W 3-0    Coppes (Meister); Anderson (Trundle, Eggleton); Coppes (Berlovan)
Sept. 28     TOLEDO * (261) (OT)                 L 0-1    –
Oct. 3       at Ball State * (103)               W 2-0    Coppes (–); Meister (Wentzel, Dayton)
Oct. 5       at Miami * (383)                    W 3-2    Coppes (Anderson, Piening); Coppes (Piening, Carter); Trundle (–)
Oct. 10      at Western Michigan * (127)         L 0-2    –
Oct. 12      at Northern Illinois * (235) (OT)   W 4-3    Meister (Rapp); Meister (Carter); Meister (Trundle); Meister (Trundle)
Oct. 15      at Michigan State (203)             L 2-3    Anderson (Meister, Rieman); Coppes (Meister, Anderson)
Oct. 17      BUFFALO * (179) (OT)                L 2-3    Trundle (Meister, Wentzel); Anderson (Trundle)
Oct. 19      KENT STATE * (277) (2-OT)           T 0-0    –
Oct. 24      at Ohio * (227)                     L 1-2    Coppes (–)
Oct. 26      at Marshall * (200) (OT)            W 4-3    Piening (Wentzel); Trundle (Wentzel); Rapp (–); Meister (Anderson, Eggleton)
Oct. 31      OHIO STATE (207) (2-OT)             L 2-3    Meister (Trundle); Eggleton (Meister, Piening)
Nov. 4       at Eastern Michigan # (107)         W 2-1    Eggleton (Meister, Dayton); Meister (Trundle)
Nov. 7       vs. Cent. Mich. % (259) (2-OT)      T 0-0    –
Nov. 9       at Western Michigan & (339)         L 1-4    Coppes (Eggleton, Dayton)
* Mid-American Conference match         Home contests in CAPS
$ No Ka Oi Tourn. (Honolulu, Hawai’i)   # MAC Tournament Quarterfinal
% MAC Tournament Semifinal (Kalamazoo, Mich.) – BGSU advances, 4-3, on PKs
& MAC Tournament Championship

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                      2004 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-12-2, 5-5-2 MAC)

Player                      MP/MS        Shots       SOG            G      A   Pts.   MWG    MWA                  ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Kristy Coppes                23/22          74         40          18      2    38       6      1                 YC: BG 14 (Team/Bench 3; Bremen, Carter, Meister,
Britt Anderson                22/8          48         22           4      6    14       1      0                 Trundle 2; Martinez, Rossi, Sampiller, Shingler,
Molly Bremen                 24/16          13          7           2      6    10       0      1                 Tilford, Wentzel 1); Opp. 20 • RC: BG 1 (Anderson
                                                                                                                  1), Opp. 1 • CK: BG 156, Opp. 76 • Fouls: BG 296,
Julie Trundle                24/23          30         15           1      8    10       0      3
                                                                                                                  Opp. 347 • Offsides: BG 49, Opp. 46 • PK’s: BG 0/1
Gina Rossi                    20/8          21          8           3      3     9       2      1                 (Trundle 0/1), Opp. 0/0
Leah Eggleton                20/15          23         10           0      9     9       0      2
Samantha Meister             19/16          55         19           4      0     8       1      0                 Scoring By Half      1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Tiernay Tilford               18/6          18         10           2      4     8       0      1                 BGSU                 18   21      0  1       40    1.67
                                                                                                                  Opp.                 15   22      0  0       37    1.54
Ashley Wentzel               22/14          16          6           1      5     7       0      1
Lindsay Carter               23/19           6          4           2      1     5       0      0                 Attendance                Total      Avg.
Nikki Pucillo                24/17          14          8           1      2     4       0      0                 Home Matches (9)          1,880      208.9
Katie Piening                 17/0           7          5           1      1     3       0      0                 Away Matches (12)         3,093      257.8
Beth Rieman                  23/16          12          3           1      0     2       0      0                 Neutral Matches (3)         532      177.3
Keeley Dayton                21/17           9          2           0      2     2       0      0                 All Matches (23)          5,505      250.2
Natalie Sampiller            24/23           8          5           0      1     1       0      0                 Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS -
Danielle Cygan                12/5           2          1           0      1     1       0      1                 matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA
Megan Rapp                    11/1           0          0           0      1     1       0      1                 - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA
Janie Babich                  22/8           5          1           0      0     0       0      0                 - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
Denise Cygan                   2/0           0          0           0      0     0       0      0                 cards/red cards
Kylene Newell                  2/1           0          0           0      0     0       0      0
Rachael Ross                   5/0           0          0           0      0     0       0      0
Jenny Berlovan                16/5           0          0           0      0     0       0      0
Samantha Martinez              2/2           0          0           0      0     0       0      0
Jenifer Kernahan               4/1           0          0           0      0     0       0      0
Ali Shingler                 21/21           0          0           0      0     0       0      0
BGSU                            24         361        166          40     52   132      10     12
Opponents                       24         320        166          37     31   105      12

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)                Min.       Svs      GA    GAA     SHO   Record
Ali Shingler (21/21)           1858:03       111      30    1.45      5    8-11-2
Jenifer Kernahan (4/1)          225:49        15       4    1.59      0     0-1-0
Samantha Martinez (2/2)         135:00         7       3    2.00      0     2-0-0
BGSU                           2218:52       137      37    1.50      5   10-12-2
Opponents                      2218:52       139      40    1.62      8   12-10-2




Date           Opponent (Attend.)                Result     BGSU Scoring
Aug. 27        DUQUESNE ^ (103)                  W 7-3      Coppes (Anderson); Coppes (Anderson); Meister (–); Coppes (Tilford);
                                                                        Coppes (Anderson, Dayton); Coppes (Tilford); Coppes (Bremen)
Aug. 29        PITTSBURGH ^ (127)                L   0-2    –
Sept. 3        MICHIGAN STATE (161)              L   0-3    –
Sept. 5        at Eastern Illinois (125)         L   0-2    –
Sept. 10       at Navy $ (486)                   L   1-3    Tilford (Pucillo)
Sept. 12       vs. Delaware $ (189)              L   0-2    –
Sept. 17       OHIO * (217)                      L   0-2    –
Sept. 19       MARSHALL * (231) (2-OT)           T   1-1    Coppes (Trundle, Rossi)
Sept. 24       at Central Michigan * (130)       L   0-1    –
Sept. 26       at Eastern Michigan * (236)       L   2-3    Bremen (Tilford, Eggleton); Meister (Tilford, Eggleton)
Oct. 1         at Cleveland State (213)          W   5-1    Coppes (Bremen, Dayton); Coppes (Trundle); Meister (Wentzel);
                                                                        Bremen (Rossi); Wentzel (Piening, Eggleton)
Oct. 3         at Akron * (116)                  W   3-0    Coppes (Rossi, Bremen); Rossi (Wentzel); Tilford (Eggleton, Anderson)
Oct. 8         MIAMI * (173)                     W   2-0    Rossi (Eggleton); Coppes (Bremen)
Oct. 10        BALL STATE * (177)                L   1-2    Anderson (–)
Oct. 15        at Kent State * (214)             L   2-4    Coppes (Eggleton); Anderson (Coppes, Wentzel)
Oct. 17        at Buffalo * (50)                 W   1-0    Coppes (Eggleton)
Oct. 22        NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (153)         W   2-1    Rieman (Pucillo, Trundle); Meister (Wentzel, Trundle)
Oct. 24        WEST. MICH. * (538) (2-OT)        T   2-2    Trundle (Wentzel, Anderson); Anderson (Bremen, Eggleton)
Oct. 28        at Toledo * (243)                 W   3-0    Coppes (Da. Cygan); Carter (Trundle); Carter (Bremen)
Oct. 30        at Wright State (362)             L   0-1    –
Nov. 2         at Kent State # (173) (2-OT)      W   2-1    Coppes (Trundle, Carter); Anderson (Trundle)
Nov. 5         vs. Western Michigan % (153)      W   4-1    Coppes (Sampiller); Coppes (Rapp); Coppes (Anderson); Piening (–)
Nov. 7         vs. Central Michigan & (190)      W   2-0    Rossi (Coppes); Pucillo (Eggleton, Trundle)
Nov. 12        at Ohio State ! (745)             L   0-2    –
* Mid-American Conference match                  Home contests in CAPS
^ Falcon Classic                                 $ Navy Tournament (Annapolis, Md.)
# MAC Tournament Quarterfinal                     % MAC Tournament Semifinal (Athens, Ohio)
& MAC Tournament Champ. (Athens, Ohio)           ! NCAA Championships First Round

46         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
2005 STATISTICS & RESULTS (14-7-2, 9-2-0 MAC)

Player                   MP/MS       Shots       SOG            G      A   Pts.    MWG     MWA                   ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Samantha Meister          23/23         47         23           8      6    22        3       2                  YC: BG 6 (Eggleton 2; Carter, Meister, Tilford, Trun-
Britt Anderson            21/20         52         20           5      7    17        2       2                  dle 1); Opp. 13 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 1 • CK: BG 100,
Julie Trundle             23/23         21         12           3     10    16        2       4                  Opp. 118 • Fouls: BG 254, Opp. 335 • Offsides: BG
                                                                                                                 40, Opp. 33 • PK’s: BG 2/2 (Trundle 2/2), Opp. 0/0
Corbie Yee                22/13         36         15           6      3    15        2       2
Lindsay Carter            23/20         15          8           4      2    10        1       1                  Scoring By Half    1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Kristin McDonald           23/3          8          6           3      1     7        0       1                  BGSU               22   13      1  0       36    1.57
Ashley Wentzel            23/23         17          8           2      3     7        1       0                  Opp.               12   18      0  0       30    1.30
Leah Eggleton             21/17         21          8           2      2     6        1       1
                                                                                                                 Attendance              Total      Avg.
Danielle Cygan             21/9          8          4           1      1     3        1       0
                                                                                                                 Home Matches (11)       2,741      249.2
Molly Bremen              22/16          8          6           1      0     2        0       0                  Away Matches (10)       2,811      281.1
Tiernay Tilford            23/4         13          4           0      2     2        0       0                  Neutral Matches (2)     1,653      826.5
Amanda Campbell             8/0          1          1           0      1     1        0       0                  All Matches (23)        7,205      313.3
Susan Hunter              23/22          0          0           0      1     1        0       0
Brianne Eisenhard          19/2          8          3           0      0     0        0       0                  Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS -
                                                                                                                 matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA
Karie Sahly               14/10          2          0           0      0     0        0       0                  - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA
Natalie Sampiller           4/3          1          0           0      0     0        0       0                  - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
Janie Babich              23/22          1          0           0      0     0        0       0                  cards/red cards
Lisa Chalupa                1/0          0          0           0      0     0        0       0                  * Shingler and Zabek combined on two shutouts
Rachael Ross               14/0          0          0           0      0     0        0       0                  BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves
                                                                                                                 % MWG totals include one ‘own goal’
Megan Rapp                 14/0          0          0           0      0     0        0       0
Christy Zabek               3/0          0          0           0      0     0        0       0
Ali Shingler              23/23          0          0           0      0     0        0       0
BGSU                         23        259        119          36     39   111     14 %      13
Opponents                    23        294        142          30     23    83        7

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)            Min.         Svs    GA    GAA     SHO   Record
Christy Zabek (3/0)          66:19           1     0    0.00      0     0-0-0
Ali Shingler (23/23)       2052:44         109    30    1.32      7    14-7-2
BGSU                       2119:03         112    30    1.27     9*    14-7-2
Opponents                  2119:03          83    36    1.53      8    7-14-2




Date        Opponent (Attend.)               Result     BGSU Scoring
Aug. 26     OAKLAND (176)                    L 1-4      Meister (Cygan)
Aug. 28     WRIGHT STATE (234)               L 0-4      –
Sept. 2     at Northern Arizona $ (542)      W 2-1      McDonald (Eggleton); Trundle (–)
Sept. 4     vs. Boise State $ (123)          W 1-0      Meister (Trundle)
Sept. 9     at Michigan State (375)          L 0-1      –
Sept. 11    EASTERN ILL. (186) (2-OT)        W 2-1      Meister (Trundle, Anderson); Eggleton (Anderson, Meister)
Sept. 16    CLEVELAND STATE (137)            W 6-0      Anderson (–); Yee (Trundle); Carter (Meister); McDonald (Tilford); Anderson (Wentzel); Meister (Wentzel)
Sept. 18    at Indiana (341)                 L 0-2      –
Sept. 23    at Northern Illinois * (172)     W 3-1      Meister (Trundle); Anderson (Trundle, Eggleton); Anderson (Trundle)
Sept. 25    at Western Michigan * (119)      L 0-4      –
Sept. 30    at Ball State * (208)            L 0-3      –
Oct. 2      at Miami * (452)                 W 3-1      Anderson (Meister); Yee (Trundle); Yee (Anderson)
Oct. 7      OHIO * (219)                     W 2-0      Yee (Meister); Trundle (PK)
Oct. 9      AKRON * (268)                    W 1-0      Wentzel (Carter)
Oct. 14     KENT STATE * (224)               W 2-0      Meister (McDonald); Wentzel (Anderson)
Oct. 16     BUFFALO * (258)                  W 4-0      Team (Own Goal); Carter (Anderson, Trundle); McDonald (Tilford, Hunter); Eggleton (Campbell, Meister)
Oct. 21     at Central Michigan * (110)      W 2-1      Carter (Trundle); Carter (Anderson, Yee)
Oct. 23     at Eastern Michigan * (273)      W 2-1      Yee (Meister); Trundle (PK)
Oct. 28     at Toledo * (219)                W 3-2      Meister (Anderson, Yee); Bremen (Carter); Meister (Trundle)
Nov. 1      TOLEDO # (245) (2-OT)            T 0-0      –
Nov. 4      MIAMI % (477)                    W 2-0      Cygan (Yee); Yee (Wentzel)
Nov. 6      KENT STATE & (317) (2-OT)        T 0-0      –
Nov. 11     vs. Michigan State ! (1,530)     L 0-4      –
* Mid-American Conference match           Home contests in CAPS
$ Mountain Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.)
# MAC Tournament Quarterfinal – BGSU advances, 3-2, on PKs
% MAC Tournament Semifinal
& MAC Tournament Championship – BGSU advances, 3-2, on PKs
! NCAA Championships First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.)


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                      2006 STATISTICS & RESULTS (10-10-0, 7-4-0 MAC)

Player                      MP/MS       Shots     SOG            G       A   Pts.    MWG     MWA      ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
Danielle Cygan               20/19         19       10           3       4    10        2       2     YC: BG 13 (Lucas 3; Eisenhard 2; Cygan, Kordan,
Brianne Eisenhard            20/16         26        7           3       2     8        2       2     Ross, Rossi, Sahly, Tilford, Zajaros, Team/Bench 1);
Corbie Yee                   20/16         37       16           3       1     7        2       0     Opp. 4 • RC: BG 0, Opp. 0 • CK: BG 75, Opp. 79 •
                                                                                                      Fouls: BG 216, Opp. 234 • Offsides: BG 18, Opp. 41
Stacey Lucas                 20/15         17        6           2       2     6        1       2
                                                                                                      • PK’s: BG 1/1 (Cygan 1/1), Opp. 0/1
Faith Juillerat               17/4         13        7           2       0     4        0       0
Samantha Bland               16/13          3        1           1       1     3        1       1     Scoring By Half    1    2       OT OT      Total Avg.
Lindsay Carter               20/20         13        3           0       3     3        0       2     BGSU               7    7       1  2       17    0.85
Kayleigh Zajaros              18/8         18        9           1       0     2        1       0     Opp.               14   12      0  0       26    1.30
Gina Rossi                    20/5          9        7           1       0     2        0       0
                                                                                                      Attendance              Total      Avg.
Colleen Kordan               20/18          3        3           0       2     2        0       1     Home Matches (12)       2,350      195.8
Janie Babich                 20/16          6        2           0       1     1        0       1     Away Matches (7)        2,813      401.9
Karie Sahly                  14/14          3        0           0       1     1        0       1     Neutral Matches (1)     77         77.0
Tiernay Tilford              20/20          6        4           0       0     0        0       0     All Matches (20)        5,240      262.0
Kristin McDonald              15/1          5        0           0       0     0        0       0
                                                                                                      Key to abbreviations: MP - matches played; MS -
Rachael Ross                  15/0          2        0           0       0     0        0       0     matches started; MWG - match-winning goals; MWA
Katie Kirkhoff                 4/0          1        1           0       0     0        0       0     - match-winning assists; GA - goals against; GAA
Susan Hunter                 20/14          1        1           0       0     0        0       0     - goals-against avg.; SHO - shutouts; YC/RC - yellow
Jen Czapka                    10/1          1        1           0       0     0        0       0     cards/red cards
Simone Toney                   4/0          0        0           0       0     0        0       0     BGSU save totals include ‘team’ saves
                                                                                                      % MWG totals include one ‘own goal’
Kaitlyn Kobe                   8/0          0        0           0       0     0        0       0
Renae Dietrich                 2/0          0        0           0       0     0        0       0
Tiffany Hansen               13/13          0        0           0       0     0        0       0
Christy Zabek                 12/7          0        0           0       0     0        0       0
BGSU                            20        183       79          17      17    51     10 %      12
Opponents                       20        260      118          26      19    71       10

Goalkeeper (MP/MS)               Min.       Svs    GA    GAA     SHO    Record
Christy Zabek (12/7)           803:39        35     6    0.67       5     5-2-0
Tiffany Hansen (13/13)        1034:12        53    20    1.74       5     5-8-0
BGSU                          1837:51        91    26    1.27      10   10-10-0
Opponents                     1837:51        62    17    0.83       7   10-10-0




Date           Opponent (Attend.)               Result    BGSU Scoring
Aug. 25        at Marquette $ (824)             L 0-3     –
Aug. 27        at UW-Milwaukee $ (403)          L 0-3     –
Sept. 1        XAVIER (176) (2-OT)              W 1-0     Zajaros (Carter, Cygan)
Sept. 3        WESTERN ILLINOIS (178)           L 0-2     –
Sept. 8        YOUNGSTOWN STATE (177)           W 1-0     Lucas (Cygan)
Sept. 10       at Eastern Illinois (144)        W 2-0     Team (Own Goal); Rossi (–)
Sept. 15       MICHIGAN STATE (204)             L 1-2     Lucas (Kordan)
Sept. 17       at Wright State (512)            L 0-3     –
Sept. 22       NORTHERN ILLINOIS * (163)        W 1-0     Cygan (Sahly)
Sept. 24       WESTERN MICHIGAN * (196)         W 2-0     Cygan (Lucas, Eisenhard); Juillerat (Yee)
Sept. 29       BALL STATE * (193)               L 0-2     –
Oct. 1         MIAMI * (251)                    W 2-0     Eisenhard (Lucas); Juillerat (–)
Oct. 6         at Ohio * (339)                  L 0-3     –
Oct. 8         at Akron * (349)                 L 1-2     Eisenhard (Cygan)
Oct. 13        at Kent State * (242) (OT)       W 1-0     Yee (Carter)
Oct. 15        vs. Buffalo % (77)               W 2-0     Yee (Eisenhard); Yee (Carter, Cygan)
Oct. 20        CENTRAL MICHIGAN * (163)         L 1-3     Cygan (PK)
Oct. 22        EASTERN MICHIGAN * (218)         W 1-0     Bland (Kordan)
Oct. 26        TOLEDO * (153) (2-OT)            W 1-0     Eisenhard (Babich, Bland)
Oct. 29        TOLEDO # (278)                   L 0-3     –
* Mid-American Conference match                 Home contests in CAPS
$ Milwaukee Cup (Milwaukee, Wis.)               % at Kent, Ohio
# MAC Tournament Quarterfinal



48         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Britt Anderson               2002-03-04-05
Annmarie Aparo                1999-2000-01
Janie Babich                       2004-05
Jenny Berlovan               2001-02-03-04
Samantha Bland                        2006
Molly Bremen                 2002-03-04-05
Leslie Buse                   1998-99-2000
Lindsay Carter               2003-04-05-06
Libby Christensen                     2001
Rachel Clark                          1997
Cari Combs                            1998
Jill Conover               1999-2000-01-02
Kristy Coppes                2001-02-03-04
Danielle Cygan                  2004-05-06
Jen Czapka                            2006
Meredith Davis             1998-99-2000-01
Leslie Dawley                         2002      The 2004 Falcon senior class helped BGSU to the Mid-American Conference Tournament title
Keeley Dayton                   2002-03-04      and the school’s first-ever berth in the NCAA Championships. Left to right: Ali Shingler (a red-
Leah Eggleton                2002-03-04-05      shirt junior in 2004), Nikki Pucillo, Beth Rieman, Kylene Newell, Jenny Berlovan, Kristy Coppes,
Brianne Eisenhard                  2005-06      Katie Piening and Jenifer Kernahan.
Ashley Enser               1997-98-99-2000
Lindsay Enser                         2000
Desiree Erb                        1998-99
Jamie Eshleman             1997-98-99-2000
Erika Flanders             1999-2000-01-02      Sarah Gawel                         1998-99       Nikki Pucillo                  2001-02-03-04
Kasey Freeman                2000-01-02-03      Kit Gazley                             1997       Megan Rapp                     2002-03-04-05
Melissa Galitz                        1999      Tracy Gleixner             1998, 2000-01-02       Carrie Richards                       2002-03
Christa Garver                        1997      Adrienne Graessle                      2000       Beth Rieman                    2001-02-03-04
                                                Emily Graham                           1997       Liz Robarge                              1997
                                                Tiffany Hansen                         2006       Leah Rosner                              1998
                                                Autumn Harris              1997-98-99-2000        Rachael Ross                      2004-05-06
                                                Laura Harvey                           1997       Gina Rossi                            2004-06
                                                Stephanie Heller
                                                S                          1997-98-99-2000        Jessica Sadler                           2001
                                                Leslie Hepfinger
                                                L                          1998-99-2000-01        Natalie Sampiller              2002-03-04-05
                                                Michelle Hoyng
                                                M                                1998, 2001       Krista Shamblin                       1997-98
                                                Susan Hunter
                                                S                                   2005-06       Ali Shingler                   2001, 03-04-05
                                                Erin
                                                E Incorvaia                         1998-99       Rachel Short                             1997
                                                Faith Juillerat
                                                F                                      2006       Stefanie Sizemore                        1997
                                                Jenifer Kernahan
                                                J                                   2003-04       Mandy Smith                  1998-99-2000-01
                                                Kaitlyn Kobe
                                                K                                      2006       Paige Suhay                              1997
                                                Colleen Kordan
                                                C                                      2006       Tiernay Tilford                   2004-05-06
                                                Lynette Lasanen
                                                L                                      1997       Julie Trundle                  2002-03-04-05
                                                Sara
                                                S Leary                                2000       Susan Wallace                1999-2000-01-02
                                                Michelle Lisy
                                                M                          1997-98-99-2000        Beth Wechsler                1998-99-2000-01
                                                Stacey Lucas
                                                S                                      2006       Ashley Wentzel                 2002-03-04-05
                                                Sarah Marchant
                                                S                                      1998       Mackenzie Williams                    1997-98
                                                Samantha Martinez
                                                S                                      2003       Corbie Yee                            2005-06
                                                Emily McCracken
                                                E                                   1997-98       Christy Zabek                         2005-06
                                                Kristin McDonald
                                                K                                   2005-06       Kayleigh Zajaros                         2006
                                                Amy McIlwain
                                                A                                      1999
                                                Kerry McKee
                                                K                                   1997-98
                                                Samantha Meister
                                                S                            2002-03-04-05
BGSU’s 2000 seniors were the first-ever          Janice Mentrup
                                                J                          1997-98-99-2000
four-year class to go through the Falcon pro-   Kylene Newell                       2003-04
gram. These seven players culminated their      Katie Piening                2001-02-03-04
BGSU careers with the Falcons’ first-ever trip
to the championship match of the MAC Tour-
nament. Front (left to right): Jamie Eshleman
and Leslie Buse. Middle: Janice Mentrup, Mi-
chelle Lisy and Ashley Enser. Back: Autumn
Harris and Stephanie Heller.


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                 BGSU ALL-DECADE TEAM

  The fall of 2006 marked the 10th season since the debut of the BGSU women’s soccer program at the intercollegiate varsity
level. There have been many standout players and memorable moments during the program’s first decade. If some of the top
players during that time gathered to play an intrasquad match at Cochrane Field, the lineups might look a little something like this
(note: does not include student-athletes from the current team) ...




                                                     Julie Trundle                Michelle Lisy
                                                     Left Defender                Left Midfielder




                                                     Beth Rieman                  Leah Eggleton                      Jill Conover
                                                    Central Defender                Midfielder                           Forward




                   Erika Flanders
                     Goalkeeper




                                                     Beth Wechsler              Samantha Meister                    Kristy Coppes
                                                    Central Defender            Central Midfielder                      Forward




                                                    Ashley Wentzel               Lindsay Carter
                                                    Right Defender               Right Midfielder




50    BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
BGSU ALL-DECADE TEAM




                 Susan Wallace       Ashley Enser
                 Right Midfielder     Right Defender




Britt Anderson   Stephanie Heller    Autumn Harris
   Forward       Central Midfielder   Central Defender




                                                                        Ali Shingler
                                                                        Goalkeeper




Tracy Gleixner   Janice Mentrup       Nikki Pucillo
   Forward       Central Midfielder   Central Defender




                 Krista Shamblin     Kasey Freeman
                  Left Midfielder      Left Defender




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                     UNIFORM NUMEROLOGY

0           Lynette Lasanen, 1997                                                                        19            Rachel Clark, 1997
     0      Sarah Marchant, 1998                                                                              19       Heidi Williams, 1999-2000-01
            Erika Flanders, 1999                                                                                       Tiernay Tilford, 2004-05-06
            Ashley Beel, 2000
            Ali Shingler, 2001-03-04-05                                                                  20            Krista Shamblin, 1997
            Christy Zabek, 2006                                                                               20       Desiree Erb, 1998-99
                                                                                                                       Sara Leary, 2000
00          Allie Failor, 2003                                                                                         Lindsay Carter, 2003-04-05-06
     00     Christy Zabek, 2005
                                                                                                         21            Rachel Short, 1997
01 01       Jenifer Kernahan, 2003-04                                                                         21       Michelle Lisy, 1997 *
                                                                                                                       Michelle Hoyng, 1998
1           Kit Gazley, 1997                                                                                           Susan Wallace, 1999-2000
     1      Sarah Gawel, 1998-99                                                                                       Kristy Coppes, 2001-02-03-04
            Erika Flanders, 2000-01-02                                                                                 Kristin McDonald, 2005-06
            Samantha Martinez, 2004
            Tiffany Hansen, 2006                                                                         22            Mackenzie Williams, 1997-98
                                                                                                              22       Meredith Davis, 1999-2000-01
2           Paige Suhay, 1997                                                                                          Britt Anderson, 2002-03-04-05
     2      Tracy Gleixner, 1998H-2000-01-02                                                                           Faith Juillerat, 2006
            Leah Eggleton, 2003-04-05                             Megan Rapp wore uniform #4 for
                                                                  four seasons, including on the         23            Michelle Lisy, 1997-98-99-2000
3           Autumn Harris, 1997-98-99-2000                                                                    23       Michelle Dorman, 1997 *
                                                                  title-winning 2004 and ’05 teams
     3      Nikki Pucillo, 2001-02-03-04                                                                               Keeley Dayton, 2002-03-04
            Janie Babich, 2005-06                       11           Emily Graham, 1997                                Katie Kirkhoff, 2006
                                                             11      Beth Wechsler, 1998-99-2000-01
4           Ashley Enser, 1997-98-99-2000                            Natalie Sampiller, 2002-03-04-05    24            Leslie Hepfinger, 1998
     4      Megan Rapp, 2002-03-04-05                                                                         24       Lindsay Enser, 2000
                                                                     Kaitlyn Kobe, 2006
            Rachael Ross, 2006                                                                                         Jessica Sadler, 2001
                                                        12           Janice Mentrup, 1997-98-99-2000                   Karen Brown, 2003
5           Christa Garver, 1997                             12      Michelle Hoyng, 2001                              Denise Cygan, 2004
     5      Erin Incorvaia, 1998                                                                                       Lisa Chalupa, 2005
                                                                     Leah Eggleton, 2002
            Melissa Galitz, 1999                                     Jenny Matson, 2003                                Simone Toney, 2006
            Beth Rieman, 2001-02-03-04                               Gina Rossi, 2004-06
            Amanda Campbell, 2005                                                                        25            Meredith Davis, 1998
            Colleen Kordan, 2006                                                                              25       Jill Conover, 1999-2001-02
                                                        13           Jamie Eshleman, 1997-98-99-2000
                                                             13      Susan Wallace, 2001-02
6           Kerry Thompson, 1997                                     Janie Babich, 2004                  2727          Tracy Gleixner, 1998A
     6      Stephanie Heller, 1997 *                                 Susan Hunter, 2005-06
            Michelle Lisy, 1997 *                                                                        * wore this number for only one match
            Janice Mentrup, 1997 *                                                                       H – wore for home matches only
                                                        14           Laura Harvey, 1997                  A – wore for away matches only
            Mandy Smith, 1998                                14      Kristy Wolter, 1998                 NOTE: Additionally, for the match at Toledo on Sept. 20, 1997, the
            Sara Carrasquillo, 1999                                  Kelly Archiable, 1999               Falcons switched numbers ... for this one match only, the numerical
            Jenny Berlovan, 2001-02-03-04                            Adrienne Graessle, 2000-01
                                                                                                         roster (players who saw action in the match) looked like this ...
                                                                                                         1-Lynette Lasanen, 2-Rachel Clark, 4-Jamie Eshleman, 5-Ashley
            Corbie Yee, 2005-06                                      Samantha Meister, 2002-03-04-05     Enser, 9-Emily Graham, 11-Autumn Harris, 14-Stephanie Heller,
                                                                     Samantha Bland, 2006                15-Stefanie Sizemore, 16-Krista Shamblin, 18-Paige Suhay, 19-
7           Liz Robarge, 1997-98                                                                         Kerry McKee, 21-Mackenzie Williams, 22-Janice Mentrup
     7      Erin Incorvaia, 1999                        15           Kerry McKee, 1997
            Kasey Freeman, 2000-01-02-03                     15      Leah Rosner, 1998-99
            Rachael Ross, 2004-05                                    Jill Conover, 2000
            Renae Dietrich, 2006                                     Katie Piening, 2001-02-03-04
                                                                     Karie Sahly, 2005-06
8           Leslie Buse, 1998-99-2000
     8      Libby Christensen, 2001                     16           Stefanie Sizemore, 1997
            Molly Bremen, 2002-03-04-05                      16      Cari Combs, 1998
            Kayleigh Zajaros, 2006                                   Amy McIlwain, 1999-2000
                                                                     Kylene Newell, 2001-03-04
9           Emily McCracken, 1997-98                                 Brianne Eisenhard, 2005-06
     9      Stephanie Heller, 1997 *
            Leslie Hepfinger, 1999-2000-01               17           Stephanie Heller, 1997-98-99-2000
            Ashley Wentzel, 2002-03-04-05                    17      Carrie Richards, 2001-02-03
            Stacey Lucas, 2006                                       Danielle Cygan, 2004-05-06
10          Krista Shamblin, 1998                       18           Michelle Dorman, 1997
     10     Mandy Smith, 1999-2000-01                        18      Emily Graham, 1997 *
            Julie Trundle, 2002-03-04-05                             Annmarie Aparo, 1998-99-2000-01
            Jen Czapka, 2006                                         Leslie Dawley, 2002                           In 2007, Corbie Yee will wear #6
                                                                                                                   for the third-straight fall

52        BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
HONORS & AWARDS

MAC COACH OF THE YEAR                                MAC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL
Andy Richards, 2005                                  Britt Anderson, 2004
                                                     Annmarie Aparo, 1999, 2000, 2001
MAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR                               Janie Babich, 2005, 2006
Samantha Meister, 2005                               Jenny Berlovan, 2002, 2003, 2004
                                                     Molly Bremen, 2003, 2004, 2005
                                                     Lindsay Carter, 2004, 2005, 2006
ALL-MAC TEAM                                         Jill Conover, 2000, 2001, 2002
FIRST TEAM
                                                     Keeley Dayton, 2003, 2004
Britt Anderson, 2005
                                                     Leah Eggleton, 2003, 2004, 2005
Erika Flanders, 2002
                                                     Brianne Eisenhard, 2006
Tracy Gleixner, 1998
                                                     Ashley Enser, 1999, 2000
Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005
                                                     Desiree Erb, 1999
                                                     Erika Flanders, 2000, 2001, 2002
SECOND TEAM
                                                     Kasey Freeman, 2001, 2002, 2003
Kristy Coppes, 2004
                                                     Sarah Gawel, 1999
Leah Eggleton, 2004
                                                     Tracy Gleixner, 2000, 2001, 2002
Ashley Enser, 2000
                                                     Adrienne Graessle, 2001
Julie Trundle, 2005                                                                                      Erika Flanders was the first All-
                                                     Autumn Harris, 1999, 2000
Beth Wechsler, 1998, 2000                                                                                Great Lakes Region selection in
                                                     Stephanie Heller, 1999, 2000
Corbie Yee, 2006                                                                                         school history, earning third-team
                                                     Erin Incorvaia, 1999
                                                     Michelle Lisy, 1999, 2000                           honors in 2002
MAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR                             Kristin McDonald, 2006
Kristy Coppes, 2001                                  Samantha Meister, 2003, 2004, 2005
Samantha Meister, 2002                               Janice Mentrup, 1999, 2000
Corbie Yee, 2005                                     Kylene Newell, 2002
                                                     Katie Piening, 2002
MAC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM                                Nikki Pucillo, 2002, 2003, 2004
                                                     Carrie Richards, 2002, 2003
Susan Hunter, 2005                                   Beth Rieman, 2002, 2003, 2004
Colleen Kordan, 2006                                 Rachael Ross, 2005, 2006
Corbie Yee, 2005                                     Gina Rossi, 2006
                                                     Karie Sahly, 2006
MAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM                              Ali Shingler, 2002, 2003, 2004
Molly Bremen, 2004, 2005                             Julie Trundle, 2003, 2004, 2005
Kristy Coppes, 2002, 2003, 2004                      Susan Wallace, 2002
Erika Flanders, 2000, 2002                           Christy Zabek, 2006
Kasey Freeman, 2003
Stephanie Heller, 2000                               NSCAA ALL-GREAT LAKES
Michelle Lisy, 1998                                  REGION
Nikki Pucillo, 2004
Leah Rosner, 1998                                    SECOND TEAM
                                                     Samantha Meister, 2005                              Britt Anderson capped her BGSU
Natalie Sampiller, 2003
                                                                                                         career by earning All-MAC First-
Ali Shingler, 2005
                                                     THIRD TEAM                                          Team honors in 2005
Julie Trundle, 2005
Beth Wechsler, 2000                                  Erika Flanders, 2002
Ashley Wentzel, 2004                                 Julie Trundle, 2005
Corbie Yee, 2005
                                                     SOCCER BUZZ ALL-GREAT LAKES
ACADEMIC ALL-MAC                                     REGION
FIRST TEAM                                           SECOND TEAM
Annmarie Aparo, 2001                                 Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005
Janie Babich, 2005
Molly Bremen, 2005                                   THIRD TEAM
Jill Conover, 2001                                   Kristy Coppes, 2004
Keeley Dayton, 2004
Leah Eggleton, 2005                                  MAC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Ashley Enser, 1998 *
                                                     Krista Shamblin (Nov. 3, 1997)
Erika Flanders, 2001
                                                     Tracy Gleixner (Nov. 3, 1998)
Michelle Lisy, 1997 *, 1998
                                                     Jill Conover (Sept. 21, 1999)
Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005
                                                     Jill Conover (Sept. 18, 2000)
Ali Shingler, 2004, 2005
                                                     Erika Flanders (Sept. 3, 2001)
Julie Trundle, 2005
                                                     Kristy Coppes (Sept. 9, 2002)
Christy Zabek, 2006
                                                     Kristy Coppes (Oct. 6, 2003)
* Honorable Mention (since 1999, only one Academic                                                       Lindsay Carter was a three-time
                                                     Samantha Meister (Oct. 13, 2003)
All-MAC Team has been named)                                                                             selection to the MAC Honor Roll
                                                     Kristy Coppes (Aug. 30, 2004)


                                                                                          BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER    53
                  HONORS & AWARDS

                                     Lindsay Carter (Nov. 1, 2004)                           SECOND TEAM
                                     Julie Trundle (Sept. 5, 2005)                           Britt Anderson, 2005
                                     Lindsay Carter (Oct. 24, 2005)                          Kristy Coppes, 2004
                                     Samantha Meister (Oct. 31, 2005)                        Leah Eggleton, 2004
                                     Corbie Yee (Oct. 16, 2006)                              Ashley Enser, 2000
                                                                                             Erika Flanders, 2002
                                     MAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF                                  Tracy Gleixner, 1998
                                                                                             Beth Wechsler, 1998
                                     WEEK
                                     Erika Flanders (Sept. 26, 2000)                         THIRD TEAM
                                     Erika Flanders (Oct. 22, 2002)                          Jill Conover, 2000
                                     Ali Shingler (Oct. 19, 2005)                            Kristy Coppes, 2001, 2002
                                     Ali Shingler (Nov. 10, 2005)                            Ashley Enser, 1997 (Hon. Mention)
                                                                                             Samantha Meister, 2002
                                     ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA *                                  Janice Mentrup, 1997 (Hon. Mention), 1998
                                     FIRST TEAM                                              Ali Shingler, 2005 (Hon. Mention)
                                     Ali Shingler, 2005                                      Julie Trundle, 2002
                                                                                             Beth Wechsler, 1999, 2001
                                     ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT *
Samantha Meister earned a                                                                    ACADEMIC ALL-OHIO
                                     FIRST TEAM
veritable plethora of honors dur-    Jill Conover, 2001                                      FIRST TEAM
ing her four-year Falcon tenure,     Keeley Dayton, 2004                                     Erika Flanders, 2002
including the MAC Player-of-the-     Ali Shingler, 2005                                      * no information on the 2003, 2004 or 2005 teams avail-
Year award in 2005                                                                           able ... anyone with info. on those teams is encouraged to
                                     SECOND TEAM                                             contact the BGSU Athletic Communications office
                                     Jill Conover, 2002
                                     Ali Shingler, 2004                                      SOCCER AMERICA TEAM OF THE
                                                                                             WEEK
                                     THIRD TEAM
                                                                                             Erika Flanders (Sept. 4, 2001)
                                     Ali Shingler, 2003
                                                                                             Kristy Coppes (Oct. 8, 2003)
                                     Samantha Meister, 2005
                                                                                             Samantha Meister (Oct. 15, 2003)
                                     * currently sponsored by ESPN The Magazine, formerly
                                                                                             Julie Trundle (Nov. 9, 2005)
                                     sponsored by Verizon

                                                                                             SOCCER BUZZ ELITE TEAM OF
                                     OCSA DIVISION I/II ALL-OHIO
                                                                                             THE WEEK
                                     FIRST TEAM
                                     Beth Wechsler, 2000                                     Erika Flanders (Sept. 4, 2001)
                                     Samantha Meister, 2003, 2005 $                          Samantha Meister (Oct. 14, 2003)
                                     Julie Trundle, 2005                                     Kristy Coppes (Sept. 1, 2004)
                                     $ 2005 Ohio Midfielder of the Year                       Ali Shingler (Nov. 12, 2004)
                                                                                             Ali Shingler (Nov. 10, 2005)



Krista Shamblin, after record-
ing the first hat trick in BGSU
womenʼs soccer history, was the
programʼs first-ever MAC Player
of the Week late in the 1997
season




                                      The Falcons swept the MACʼs specialty awards in 2005, as Corbie Yee (left)
                                      was named the MAC Newcomer of the Year, while Andy Richards (center)
                                      was the leagueʼs coach of the year and Samantha Meister (right) earned
                                      player-of-the-year honors

54     BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
HONORS & AWARDS

SOCCER BUZZ GREAT LAKES                                  TEAM AWARDS
REGION ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM                                 (since 2000)
Kristy Coppes, 2001                                      MVP - DEFENSE
Corbie Yee, 2005                                         2006 Samantha Bland
                                                         2005 Ashley Wentzel
SOCCER BUZZ FIRST-YEAR ALL-                              2004 Ali Shingler
NATIONAL TEAM                                            2003 Keeley Dayton
                                                         2002 Erika Flanders
Janice Mentrup, 1997 (Second Team)
                                                         2001 Beth Wechsler
Stephanie Heller, 1997 (HM)
                                                         2000 Beth Wechsler
Ashley Enser, 1997 (HM)
Krista Shamblin, 1997 (HM)
                                                         MVP - MIDFIELD
                                                         2006 Brianne Eisenhard
SOCCER BUZZ TOP FIRST-YEAR                               2005 Molly Bremen
PROGRAMS                                                 2004 Leah Eggleton                                               Kristy Coppes celebrates after
Bowling Green, 1997, ranked sixth (of 17)                2003 Julie Trundle                                               scoring the tying goal in the Fal-
                                                         2002 Julie Trundle                                               consʼ 2002 MAC Tournament win
                                                         2001 Mandy Smith
TOP DRAWER SOCCER ALL-                                   2000 Janice Mentrup
                                                                                                                          over Buffalo. Coppes is BGSUʼs
                                                                                                                          lone three-time selection to the
ROOKIE TEAM                                                                                                               MACʼs All-Tournament Team
Samantha Bland, 2006 (Third Team)                        MVP - OFFENSE
                                                         2006 Danielle Cygan
IN-SEASON ALL-TOURNAMENT                                 2005 Britt Anderson
                                                         2004 Kristy Coppes
TEAMS                                                    2003 Samantha Meister
FALCON CLASSIC, 1998                                     2002 Kristy Coppes
Cari Combs, Tracy Gleixner, Janice Mentrup, Beth         2001 Kristy Coppes
Wechsler                                                 2000 Jill Conover

OHIO STATE TOURNAMENT, 2002                              MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
Leah Eggleton, Erika Flanders, Beth Rieman               2006 Christy Zabek
                                                         2005 Corbie Yee
OHANA HOTELS & RESORTS NO KA OI, 2003                    2004 Gina Rossi
Britt Anderson, Kasey Freeman                            2003 Ashley Wentzel
                                                         2002 Natalie Sampiller
FALCON CLASSIC, 2004                                     2001 Jenny Berlovan                                              Leah Eggleton won the teamʼs
Britt Anderson, Kristy Coppes, Tiernay Tilford           2000 Lindsay Enser                                               “Hustle” Award an unprecedented
                                                                                                                          three consecutive years
NORTHERN ARIZ. TOURN., 2005                              ‘HUSTLE’ AWARD
Ali Shingler, Most Valuable Goalkeeper                   2006 Lindsay Carter
Julie Trundle, Offensive MVP                             2005 Leah Eggleton
                                                         2004 Leah Eggleton
MILWAUKEE CUP, 2006                                      2003 Leah Eggleton
Brianne Eisenhard, Karie Sahly                           2002 Susan Wallace
                                                         2001 Leslie Hepfinger
OTHER SOCCER BUZZ AWARDS                                 2000 Leslie Hepfinger
EXCELLENCE IN SPORTS INFO.
                                                         LESLIE DAWLEY ‘FIGHTING FALCON’ AWARD *
 • 14th in Nation, 1997
                                                         2006 Lindsay Carter
 • 4th, Great Lakes Region, 1997
                                                         2005 Ashley Wentzel
 • 1st in Nation (1st-Year Programs), 1997
                                                         2004 Julie Trundle
 • 5th, Great Lakes Region, 1998
                                                         2003 Beth Rieman
 • 5th, Great Lakes Region, 2000
                                                         2002 Kasey Freeman
 • 8th, Great Lakes Region, 2001
                                                         2001 Erika Flanders
 • 10th in Nation, 2002
                                                         2000 Ashley Enser
 • 2nd, Great Lakes Region, 2002
                                                         * given to the team member who, through words and ac-
 • 8th, Great Lakes Region, 2003
                                                         tions, most accurately reflects the program’s philosophy of
 • 8th, Great Lakes Region, 2004
                                                         ‘Today I gave all that I have, for everything I left behind is
                                                         gone forever’ -- selected by coaching staff; all other team
OUTSTANDING MEDIA GUIDES
                                                         awards are the result of voting by the team members ...
• 2nd in Nation (1st-Year Programs), 1997
                                                         award was renamed to honor Dawley, who entered BGSU
• 7th, Great Lakes Region, 2000
                                                         in the fall of 2002 and played with the team during that
• 3rd, Great Lakes Region, 2001
                                                         ‘02 season before passing away in November of that year
                                                                                                                          Tracy Gleixner was the first
OUTSTANDING WEB SITES                                                                                                     All-MAC First-Team selection in
 • 2nd in Nation (1st-Year Programs), 1997                                                                                school history, earning the honor
NOTE: At press time, no media guide or web site awards                                                                    in 1998
had been listed for the 2005 or 2006 seasons
                                                                                                         BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER      55
                  COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM

  Although the Bowling Green State University women’s soccer           Sept. 10, 1995, prior to the men’s soccer home opener. A spa-
program has just completed its first decade, a rich soccer tradition    cious press box was finished a month later. With the addition of
already existed at the University upon the team’s debut in 1997.       portable bleachers from the old grandstand, the complex can seat
One of the many resources available to the women’s program is          up to 1,500 spectators.
the opportunity to play on one of the Midwest’s finest fields.             Phase I of the plan, which was finished in 1993, consisted of
  Mickey Cochrane Field, known nationally as one of the coun-          the main playing field being completely enclosed with fencing,
try’s outstanding soccer facilities, has become even better over the   landscaped with shrubbery, and decorated with signage. New flag
last few years thanks in part to a three-phase project designed to     staffs and team benches were also added over the course of the
enhance the current complex.                                           season.
  Just prior to the debut of the women’s team, an upgrade to the         Phase II began in 1994 with the installation of a new scoreboard
field saw the construction of 700 permanent seats on the west           and additional signage.
side of the main playing area. The stadium renovation project,           The entire Cochrane Field Project calls for the addition of more
financed entirely with private funds, was officially dedicated on        permanent seating to the west side and the installation of lights for
                                                                       night contests in the coming years (phase III).
                                                                         The field renovation project was originally conceived in 1988
                                                                       by former Falcon men’s head coach Gary Palmisano who passed
                                                                       away in December, 1994. Under his guidance, hard work, and
                                                                       patience, his vision became a reality with the initiation of Phase I.
                                                                         Cochrane Field, dedicated Oct. 11, 1980, in honor of BGSU’s
                                                                       first men’s varsity soccer coach, has been the home of the Falcon
                                                                       men since 1966 and has also been the site of the United States
                                                                       Youth Soccer Association’s Olympic Development Program
                                                                       Region II camps each of the last 17 years. The field was also the
                                                                       home to the Ohio-North Camp for the first time in the summer of
                                                                       1997.
                                                                         The Falcons definitely have an ideal situation for their players
                                                                       to improve their skills with the use of two full-size fields and a
                                                                       small-sided training practice area. The programs also utilize the




56     BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
COCHRANE SOCCER STADIUM


                                                                             FALCON FIRSTS
                                                                             FIRST WOMEN’S SOCCER MATCH –
                                                                                 August 29, 1997, at Kent
                                                                             FIRST LINEUP –
                                                                                 The Falcons took the field at Kent with Lynette Lasanen in goal;
                                                                                 Autumn Harris (sweeper), Ashley Enser (left), Mackenzie Williams
                                                                                 (right) and Emily Graham (stopper) in the back; Paige Suhay
                                                                                 (center), Janice Mentrup (left) and Jamie Eshleman (right) in the
                                                                                 midfield; and Stefanie Sizemore (striker), Krista Shamblin (left
                                                                                 wing) and Rachel Clark (right wing) up front. Kit Gazley played
                                                                                 the second half and the overtime in goal, while Kerry McKee, Em-
                                                                                 ily McCracken and Kelly Thompson also saw action in the match
                                                                                 for the Brown and Orange.
                                                                             FIRST WIN –
                                                                                 1-0 at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997.
                                                                                 Kerry McKee scored at the 96:43 mark to end the first match in
In November of 2005, the Falcons hosted the MAC Tournamentʼs                     school history. Emily Graham and Janice Mentrup, who had started
semifinal and championship rounds for the first time in school history.            the play with a give-and-go off a short corner kick, drew assists.
BGSU advanced past Miami and Kent State (above) at Cochrane Field                The tally is believed to be the first “Golden Goal” (match-ending
to earn the MACʼs automatic bid to the NCAA Championships.                       OT goal) in NCAA Division I women’s soccer history, as 1997 was
                                                                                 the first season that a sudden-death overtime was instituted.
                                                                             FIRST HOME WIN –
Field House and its 90-yard indoor turf room and 200-meter track                 5-0 vs. Saint Francis (Pa.), Sept. 7, 1997. Five different Falcons
wing for winter conditioning.                                                    found the back of the net, and freshman goalies Kit Gazley and
  Prior to the 1997 campaign, a new practice field was added to                   Lynette Lasanen combined for the shutout.
the complex. That field was resodded and a sprinkler system was               FIRST ROAD WIN –
added in preparation for BGSU’s inaugural season of women’s                      1-0 at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997
soccer.                                                                      FIRST OVERTIME MATCH –
                                                                                 1-0 win at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997
  The brand-new Sebo Athletic Center, located in the north end
                                                                             FIRST GOAL –
zone of Doyt L. Perry Stadium, provides all BGSU student-ath-                    McKee at Kent, Aug. 29, 1997
letes, including the soccer teams, a place to reach their potential.         FIRST ASSISTS –
The new building features an expanded sports medicine and                        Graham and Mentrup at Kent
rehabilitation facility as well as a state-of-the-art strength and           FIRST MULTI-GOAL MATCH –
conditioning area for student-athletes in all 18 varsity sports.                 see First Hat Trick
  In 2005, Cochrane Field was the home of the MAC Women’s                    FIRST HAT TRICK –
Soccer Tournament’s semifinal and championship rounds for the                     Robert Morris, meet Krista Shamblin. Shamblin recorded all three
                                                                                 of BG’s goals in a 3-1 win on the road (Oct. 31, 1997). Shamblin,
first time. BGSU, after winning the regular-season title, advanced                who did not start the contest, played in just over half of the match
past Toledo in the tourney’s quarterfinal round to earn the right to              (54 minutes). She scored at the 37:16 mark to erase a 1-0 RMC
host the subsequent rounds. After downing Miami in the semifi-                    lead, then converted a penalty kick at the 71:41 mark for the first
nals, the Brown and Orange advanced past Kent State via penalty                  two-goal match by a Falcon. Eight minutes later, Shamblin again
kicks in the regionally-televised championship match.                            found the back of the net to complete the hat trick.
                                                                             FIRST SHUTOUT –
                                                                                 1-0 at Kent. Lynette Lasanen played the first half and was called
                                                                                 upon to make just one save. Kit Gazley played the second half and
                                                                                 the OT, a total of 51:43. She made three stops en route to the win.




BGSU vs. Louisville; August 31, 1997. The starting lineups for the first home regular-season match in school history.

                                                                                                   BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER          57
                 CAREER STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL SCORING (FOR ALL FALCON PLAYERS)
PLAYER            MP/MS        Shots      Goals     Assists   Points   MWG    MWA YC/RC
Kristy Coppes      87/77         188        52            7     111      14      2   2/0
Samantha Meister   80/70         181        28          17        73      8      4   6/0
Jill Conover       80/60         116        20          25        65      7      8   3/0
Julie Trundle      90/87         100        12          33        57      5     12   3/0
Britt Anderson     85/58         162        16          17        49      5      5   0/1
Tracy Gleixner     51/23          81        20            8       48      5      1   0/0
Michelle Lisy      72/58         100        18          12        48      2      2   2/0
Janice Mentrup     78/78         176          7         23        37      3      4   1/0
Beth Wechsler      78/77          96          8         16        32      2      4   2/0
Stephanie Heller   74/67          96        10            9       29      1      5   0/0
Leah Eggleton      75/61          94          5         18        28      1      5   5/0   Kristy Coppes    Samantha Meister
Katie Piening      75/14          69          7         11        25      1      2   3/0
Krista Shamblin    36/16          70        10            4       24      2      2   1/0
Ashley Wentzel     87/57          52          4         16        24      2      1   2/0
Corbie Yee         42/29          73          9           4       22      4      2   0/0
Lindsay Carter     87/60          44          6           9       21      1      3   4/0
Ashley Enser       76/76          41          6           9       21      0      0   4/0
Mandy Smith        73/46          98          6           9       21      1      1   4/0
Autumn Harris      62/54          59          7           4       18      0      1   0/0
Susan Wallace      66/23          30          6           4       16      2      1   1/0
Nikki Pucillo      83/55          48          2         11        15      1      1   1/0
Danielle Cygan     53/33          29          4           6       14      3      3   1/0
Desiree Erb        38/16          41          5           4       14      1      3   2/0
Jamie Eshleman     61/17          37          5           3       13      1      0   1/0
Kerry McKee        18/14          37          4           5       13      3      0   0/0
Molly Bremen       84/45          28          3           6       12      0      1   3/0    Jill Conover      Julie Trundle
Keeley Dayton      64/44          29          2           8       12      0      1   2/0
Gina Rossi         40/13          30          4           3       11      2      1   2/0
Beth Rieman        86/79          63          3           5       11      1      1   0/0
Carrie Richards    45/13          13          3           5       11      0      2   0/0
Tiernay Tilford    61/30          37          2           6       10      0      1   3/0
Cari Combs         18/18          24          2           6       10      1      0   0/0
Paige Suhay        17/15          22          3           4       10      0      2   1/0
Stefanie Sizemore  18/17          33          1           7        9      0      2   0/0
Brianne Eisenhard  39/18          34          3           2        8      2      2   2/0
Leslie Hepfinger    68/59          38          2           4        8      2      0   3/0
Kristin McDonald    38/4          13          3           1        7      0      1   0/0
Annmarie Aparo     36/13          20          2           3        7      0      1   0/0
Emily Graham       18/18          49          1           5        7      1      1   0/0
Michelle Hoyng     36/23          17          0           7        7      0      0   0/0   Britt Anderson    Tracy Gleixner
Stacey Lucas       20/15          17          2           2        6      1      2   3/0
Leslie Dawley       18/6          15          0           6        6      0      4   0/0
Leah Rosner         16/2           6          2           2        6      0      0   0/0
Megan Rapp         61/18          10          1           3        5      0      1   0/0
Faith Juillerat     17/4          13          2           0        4      0      0   0/0
Jenny Berlovan     75/43           7          0           4        4      0      1   1/0
Erin Incorvaia      21/1           7          2           0        4      0      0   0/0
Samantha Bland     16/13           3          1           1        3      1      1   0/0
Melissa Galitz      14/8           9          0           3        3      0      2   1/0
Natalie Sampiller  69/61          20          0           3        3      0      1   2/0
Mackenzie Williams 27/12          11          1           1        3      1      0   0/0
Colleen Kordan     20/18           3          0           2        2      0      1   1/0
Kayleigh Zajaros    18/8          18          1           0        2      1      0   1/0
Leslie Buse         22/4           6          0           2        2      0      0   0/0
Emily McCracken     21/2          14          0           2        2      0      0   0/0   Michelle Lisy     Janice Mentrup
Jessica Sadler      10/2           2          1           0        2      0      0   0/0
Rachel Short         9/0           5          1           0        2      0      0   1/0
Susan Hunter       43/36           1          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Janie Babich       65/46          12          0           1        1      0      1   0/0
Amanda Campbell      8/0           1          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Libby Christensen   14/4           8          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Rachel Clark        16/8           7          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Meredith Davis     49/13           3          0           1        1      0      1   2/0
Erika Flanders     78/78           0          0           1        1      0      0   1/0
Kasey Freeman      75/70          19          0           1        1      0      0   6/0
Christa Garver       9/0           3          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Sara Leary          15/5           3          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Karie Sahly        28/24           5          0           1        1      0      1   1/0
Kristy Wolter        3/0           1          0           1        1      0      0   0/0
Jen Czapka          10/1           1          0           0        0      0      0   0/0   Beth Wechsler    Stephanie Heller

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CAREER STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL SCORING (CONTINUED)
PLAYER            MP/MS                      Shots             Goals     Assists        Points          MWG           MWA YC/RC
Tiffany Hansen     13/13                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Kaitlyn Kobe         8/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Rachael Ross        34/0                         2                 0           0             0            0             0    1/0
Christy Zabek       15/7                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Kelly Archiable      1/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Ashley Beel          3/1                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Karen Brown          7/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Sara Carrasquillo    2/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Lisa Chalupa         1/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Denise Cygan         2/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Renae Dietrich       2/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0                   Leah Eggleton               Katie Piening
Michelle Dorman      5/0                         4                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Lindsay Enser      19/17                         6                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Allie Failor         1/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Sarah Gawel        16/11                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Kit Gazley         14/11                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Adrienne Graessle    7/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Laura Harvey        11/6                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Jenifer Kernahan    11/3                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Katie Kirkhoff       4/0                         1                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Lynette Lasanen     11/7                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Sarah Marchant       7/3                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Samantha Martinez    2/2                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    1/0
Jenny Matson         1/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Amy McIlwain        11/5                         4                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0                  Krista Shamblin            Ashley Wentzel
Kylene Newell        5/1                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Liz Robarge         15/6                         1                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Ali Shingler       70/65                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    1/0
Kelly Thompson       5/0                         4                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Simone Toney         4/0                         0                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
Heidi Williams      14/8                         8                 0           0             0            0             0    0/0
BGSU Totals                      209          2848              327           399         1053              90 ^         104        92/1
Opponent Totals                  209          3204              380           314         1074              103                    105/6
^ includes one ‘own goal’ in both the 2005 and 2006 seasons


ALL-TIME BGSU/OPPONENT TOTALS
Shots on Goal: BGSU 1330 *, Opp’s 1598 • Fouls: BGSU 2497, Opp’s 2909.
Offsides: BGSU 322, Opp’s 413 • Corner Kicks: BGSU 986, Opp’s 973.                                                                                   Corbie Yee               Lindsay Carter
PKs: BG 12/15 (Wechsler 4/4; Da. Cygan, Shamblin 1/1; A. Enser, Trundle 3/4; Lisy 0/1), Opp’s 8/11.

INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING
GOALKEEPER (MP/MS)                        Minutes             SOGF     Saves          GA          GAA         SHO           Record
Erika Flanders (78/78)                    7084:22               597      473          124          1.58         17          34-38-6
Ali Shingler (70/65)                      5895:27               438      334          104          1.59         16          29-29-7
Kit Gazley (14/11)                         944:26               100       76           24          2.29          0            6-7-0
Christy Zabek (15/7)                       869:58                42       36            6          0.62          5            5-2-0
Tiffany Hansen (13/13)                    1034:12                73       53           20          1.74          5            5-8-0
Sarah Marchant (7/3)                       334:32                26       15           11          2.96          0            3-1-0
Sarah Gawel (16/11)                       1061:37               109       75           34          2.88          1            3-6-1
Michelle Lisy (13/8)                       832:03                77       55           22          2.38          2            2-4-1
Samantha Martinez (2/2)                    135:00                10        7            3          2.00          0            2-0-0
Jenifer Kernahan (11/3)                    487:43                47       39            8          1.48          0            1-2-0                Ashley Enser                Mandy Smith
Beth Wechsler (1/0)                          3:34                 1        1            0          0.00          0            0-0-1
Allie Failor (1/0)                          10:25                 0        0            0          0.00          0            0-0-0
Mandy Smith (1/0)                            0:28                 0        0            0          0.00          0            0-0-0
Ashley Beel (3/1)                          134:24                12        6            6          4.02          0            0-1-0
Lynette Lasanen (11/7)                     629:41                67       49           18          2.57          0            0-5-0
BGSU Totals                              19457:52              1587     1236          380           1.76       53 &      90-103-16
Opponent Total                           19457:52              1347     1020          327           1.51         65      103-90-16
NOTES:
& Individual totals do not include combined shutouts – Lasanen and Gazley combined for three shutouts in 1997; Gawel and Marchant com-
bined for one shutout in 1998, Shingler and Kernahan combined for one shutout in 2003; Shingler and Zabek combined for two shutouts in 2005
• Team offsides totals do not include the Georgia or ECU matches from 1999
• Foul totals do not include the 2000 Central Michigan match
• BGSU save totals include ‘team saves’ (shots blocked off the line by defender, etc.)

                                                                                                                                                   Erika Flanders               Ali Shingler

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                  FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

                                                     I
                                                     INDIVIDUAL                                           SEASON
                                                                                                           18   Kristy Coppes, 2004
                                                     RECORDS
                                                     R                                                     12   Tracy Gleixner, 1998
                                                                                                           12   Kristy Coppes, 2001
                                                     M
                                                     MATCHES PLAYED                                        12   Kristy Coppes, 2002
                                                     SEASON
                                                     S                                                    CAREER
                                                      24   Molly Bremen, 2004                              52   Kristy Coppes, 2001-04
                                                      24   Nikki Pucillo, 2004                             28   Samantha Meister, 2002-05
                                                      24   Natalie Sampiller, 2004                         20   Jill Conover, 1999-2002
                                                      24   Julie Trundle, 2004                             20   Tracy Gleixner, 1998-2002
                                                      23   19 times                                        18   Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000
                                                     C
                                                     CAREER                                                16   Britt Anderson, 2002-05
                                                      90   Julie Trundle, 2002-05                          12   Julie Trundle, 2002-05
                                                      87   Lindsay Carter, 2003-06                         10   Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000
                                                      87   Ashley Wentzel, 2002-05                         10   Krista Shamblin, 1997-98
                                                      87   Kristy Coppes, 2001-04                         CONSECUTIVE MATCHES
                                                      86   Beth Rieman, 2001-04                            5    Samantha Meister, 10/11-25/02
                                                      85   Britt Anderson, 2002-05                         4    Tracy Gleixner, 10/1/98-10/16/98
                                                      84   Molly Bremen, 2002-05                           4    Kristy Coppes, 9/7/01-9/21/01
                                                      83   Nikki Pucillo, 2001-04                         EARLIEST GOAL, START OF MATCH
                                                      80   Samantha Meister, 2002-05                       1:00 Jill Conover at Northern Illinois, 9/18/99
                                                      80   Jill Conover, 1999-2002                         1:40 Britt Anderson vs. Valparaiso, 10/18/02
                                                      78   Three tied                                      2:58 Michelle Lisy vs. Central Mich., 10/1/98
                                                     CONSECUTIVE
                                                     C                                                     3:02 Nikki Pucillo vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02
                                                      87   Kristy Coppes, 2001-04                          3:08 Molly Bremen at Eastern Mich., 9/26/04
                                                      78   Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000                       3:17 Britt Anderson vs. Cleveland State, 9/16/05
                                                      76   Ashley Enser, 1997-2000                         3:30 own goal vs. Buffalo, 10/16/05
                                                     Longest Active Streaks:
                                                     L                                                     3:52 Autumn Harris at Western Mich., 10/5/97
                                                      43   Susan Hunter                                    4:15 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 11/5/04
                                                      43   Tiernay Tilford                                 4:55 Kristy Coppes at Buffalo, 10/17/04
                                                                                                          EARLIEST GOAL, START OF HALF
                                                                                                           0:22 Jamie Eshleman vs. Kent, 10/17/97 (2nd)
                                                     M
                                                     MATCHES STARTED                                       0:22 Kristy Coppes at CMU, 10/11/02 (2nd)
                                                     SEASON
                                                     S                                                     0:29 Britt Anderson vs. Cleve. St., 9/16/05 (2nd)
                                                       23    Nine times                                    0:42 Annmarie Aparo vs. Rob’t Morris, 9/6/98 (2nd)
                                                       (Samantha Meister, Julie Trundle, Ashley Wen-       0:45 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04 (2nd)
                                                     t
                                                     tzel, Ali Shingler, 2005; Natalie Sampiller, Julie    0:58 Jill Conover vs. Pittsburgh, 9/13/02 (2nd)
                                                     Trundle, 2004; Kasey Freeman, Samantha Meister,
                                                     T                                                     1:00 Jill Conover at Northern Ill., 9/18/99 (1st)
                                                     Beth Rieman, 2003)
                                                     B                                                     1:32 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 (2nd)
                                                     CAREER
                                                     C                                                     1:37 Beth Wechsler vs. Western Ill., 9/5/98 (2nd)
                                                       87    Julie Trundle, 2002-05                        1:40 Britt Anderson vs. Valparaiso, 10/18/02 (1st)
                                                       79    Beth Rieman, 2001-04
                                                       78    Erika Flanders, 1999-2002
                                                       78    Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000
                                                       77    Kristy Coppes, 2001-04
                                                       77    Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001
                                                       76    Ashley Enser, 1997-2000
                                                     C
                                                     CONSECUTIVE
                                                       78    Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000
                                                       76    Ashley Enser, 1997-2000
                                                     Longest Active Streaks:
                                                     L
                                                       20    Tiernay Tilford
                                                       18    Danielle Cygan
                                                       17    Colleen Kordan


                                                     G
                                                     GOALS
                                                     M
                                                     MATCH
                                                      6     Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04
                                                      4     Samantha Meister at Northern Illinois,
                                                     10/12/03
                                                      3     Krista Shamblin at Robert Morris, 10/31/97
                                                      3     Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98
Kristy Coppes (top) and Samantha Meister              3     Kristy Coppes vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01
rank first and second, respectively, on the            3     Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02
BGSU career scoring list                              3     Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 11/5/04
                                                      2     26 times                                      Nikki Pucillo


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LATEST GOAL                                          ASSISTS
108:52 Britt Anderson at Kent State, 11/2/04
108:22 Tracy Gleixner at Eastern Mich., 9/24/00      MATCH
106:48 Brianne Eisenhard vs. Toledo, 10/26/06         3   Julie Trundle at Northern Illinois, 9/23/05
105:38 Kayleigh Zajaros vs. Xavier, 9/1/06            3   Britt Anderson vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04
105:20 Julie Trundle vs. Buffalo, 11/6/02             3   Jill Conover vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
 99:46 Michelle Lisy vs. Michigan State, 8/27/99      3   Nikki Pucillo vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01
 99:14 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03    3   Kerry McKee vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/97
 99:03 Leah Eggleton vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/11/05    3   Paige Suhay vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97
 98:45 Samantha Meister at Marshall, 10/26/03         2   31 times
 96:43 Kerry McKee at Kent, 8/29/97                  SEASON
LATEST GOAL IN REGULATION                            10   Julie Trundle, 2005
89:54 Julie Trundle at East. Mich., 10/13/02          9   Leah Eggleton, 2004
89:16 Ashley Wentzel vs. Akron, 9/19/03               9   Jill Conover, 2000
89:13 Samantha Bland vs. East. Mich., 10/22/06        8   Julie Trundle, 2004
LATEST GOAL, FIRST HALF                               8   Julie Trundle, 2002
44:59 Danielle Cygan vs. Northern Ill., 9/22/06       8   Jill Conover, 1999
FASTEST TWO GOALS                                     7   Britt Anderson, 2005
 0:17 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98             7   Julie Trundle, 2003
 1:10 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02               7   Janice Mentrup, 2000
 2:06 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04             7   Michelle Hoyng, 1998
 2:07 Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02       7   Stefanie Sizemore, 1997
 2:52 Michelle Lisy at Marshall, 10/10/99            CAREER
 3:52 Kristy Coppes at Miami, 10/5/03                33   Julie Trundle, 2002-05
 4:45 Erin Incorvaia vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98       25   Jill Conover, 1999-2002
 4:46 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02              23   Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000
 5:35 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03    18   Leah Eggleton, 2002-05
 6:18 Kristy Coppes vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01      17   Britt Anderson, 2002-05
                                                     17   Samantha Meister, 2002-05                       Jill Conover
FASTEST THREE GOALS
 5:56 Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02              16   Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001
11:17 Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98            16   Ashley Wentzel, 2002-05
18:50 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04            12   Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000
21:07 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03    11   Katie Piening, 2001-04
26:49 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04            11   Nikki Pucillo, 2001-04
38:44 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04            CONSECUTIVE MATCHES
42:31 Krista Shamblin at Robert Morris, 10/31/97      5   Julie Trundle, 10/18/02-11/1/02
FASTEST FOUR GOALS                                    4   Leah Eggleton, 9/26/04-10/8/04
34:36 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04             4   Leslie Dawley, 10/13/02-10/25/02
46:31 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04             3   Six times
55:28 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04
59:05 Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03
FASTEST FIVE GOALS
57:34 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04
71:14 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04
FASTEST SIX GOALS
73:20 Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04

MATCH-WINNING
GOALS
SEASON
 6  Kristy Coppes, 2004
 4  Kristy Coppes, 2002
 3  Kerry McKee, 1997                                                                                     Ashley Wentzel
 3  Tracy Gleixner, 1998
 3  Jill Conover, 2000
 3  Kristy Coppes, 2003
 3  Samantha Meister, 2003
 3  Samantha Meister, 2005
CAREER
14  Kristy Coppes, 2001-04
 8  Samantha Meister, 2002-05
 7  Jill Conover, 1999-2002
 5  Tracy Gleixner, 1998-2002
 5  Britt Anderson, 2002-05                          The Falcons celebrate after Julie Trundleʼs
 5  Julie Trundle, 2002-05                           overtime winner against Buffalo in the quarter-
                                                     final round of the 2002 MAC Tournament

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                 FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

                                                    M
                                                    MATCH-WINNING                                      CONSECUTIVE MATCHES
                                                                                                        7  Julie Trundle, 10/13/02-11/6/02
                                                    ASSISTS
                                                    A                                                   5  Samantha Meister, 10/11/02-10/25/02
                                                    S
                                                    SEASON                                              4  Julie Trundle, 10/16/05-10/28/05
                                                     4   Jill Conover, 2000                             4  Molly Bremen, 9/26/04-10/8/04
                                                     4   Leslie Dawley, 2002                            4  Leah Eggleton, 9/26/04-10/8/04
                                                     4   Julie Trundle, 2005                            4  Leslie Dawley, 10/13/02-10/25/02
                                                     3   Julie Trundle, 2004                            4  Kristy Coppes, 10/7/01-10/21/01
                                                     3   Julie Trundle, 2003                            4  Tracy Gleixner, 10/1/98-10/16/98
                                                     3   Stephanie Heller, 1998                         4  Krista Shamblin, 9/17/98-9/27/98
                                                    C
                                                    CAREER
                                                    12   Julie Trundle, 2002-05                        SHOT ATTEMPTS
                                                     8   Jill Conover, 1999-2002
                                                     5   Britt Anderson, 2002-05                       MATCH
                                                     5   Leah Eggleton, 2002-05                         11  Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02
                                                     5   Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000                    11  Janice Mentrup vs. Niagara, 9/12/99
                                                     4   Leslie Dawley, 2002                            10  Emily Graham at Kent, 8/29/97
                                                     4   Samantha Meister, 2002-05                      9   Kristy Coppes at Buffalo, 10/17/04
                                                     4   Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000                      9   Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04
                                                     4   Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001                       9   Katie Piening vs. Akron, 10/5/01
                                                                                                        9   Autumn Harris vs. Niagara, 9/12/99
                                                                                                        9   Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98
                                                    POINTS
                                                    P                                                  SEASON
                                                    MATCH
                                                    M                                                   74  Kristy Coppes, 2004
                                                    12   Kristy Coppes vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04            55  Samantha Meister, 2004
                                                     8   Samantha Meister at Northern Ill., 10/12/03    52  Britt Anderson, 2005
                                                     7   Jill Conover vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01     50  Samantha Meister, 2003
                                                     7   Kristy Coppes vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01      50  Michelle Lisy, 1999
                                                     7   Kerry McKee vs. Youngstown St., 11/2/97        49  Tracy Gleixner, 1998
                                                     6   Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 11/5/04       49  Janice Mentrup, 1998
                                                     6   Kristy Coppes vs. Detroit, 9/4/02              49  Emily Graham, 1997
Above: Kasey Freeman                                 6   Tracy Gleixner at Detroit, 10/27/98
Below: Beth Wechsler                                 6   Krista Shamblin at Robert Morris, 10/31/97
                                                     5   Kristy Coppes vs. Western Mich., 10/25/02
                                                     5   Susan Wallace vs. Valparaiso, 8/29/99
                                                     5   Tracy Gleixner vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                                     5   Paige Suhay vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97
                                                    SEASON
                                                    S
                                                     38  Kristy Coppes, 2004
                                                     29  Tracy Gleixner, 1998
                                                     26  Samantha Meister, 2003
                                                     26  Kristy Coppes, 2002
                                                     26  Kristy Coppes, 2001
                                                     22  Samantha Meister, 2005
                                                     21  Kristy Coppes, 2003
                                                     21  Jill Conover, 2000
                                                     20  Jill Conover, 1999
                                                     19  Michelle Lisy, 1999
                                                     18  Julie Trundle, 2002
                                                     17  Britt Anderson, 2005
                                                     17  Samantha Meister, 2002
                                                     16  Julie Trundle, 2005
                                                     15  Corbie Yee, 2005
                                                    CAREER
                                                    C
                                                    111  Kristy Coppes, 2001-04
                                                     73  Samantha Meister, 2002-05
                                                     65  Jill Conover, 1999-2002
                                                     57  Julie Trundle, 2002-05
                                                     49  Britt Anderson, 2002-05
                                                     48  Tracy Gleixner, 1998-2002
                                                     48  Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000
                                                     37  Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000
                                                     32  Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001
                                                     29  Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000                   Molly Bremen
                                                     28  Leah Eggleton, 2002-05
                                                     25  Katie Piening, 2001-04
                                                     24  Krista Shamblin, 1997-98
                                                     24  Ashley Wentzel, 2002-05

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CAREER                                                 1834:23 Erika Flanders, 2000
188 Kristy Coppes, 2001-04                             1692:05 Erika Flanders, 2001
181 Samantha Meister, 2002-05                          1517:36 Erika Flanders, 1999
176 Janice Mentrup, 1997-2000                         CAREER
162 Britt Anderson, 2002-05                            7084:22 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002
116 Jill Conover, 1999-2002                            5895:27 Ali Shingler, 2001-05
100 Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000                           1061:37 Sarah Gawel, 1998-99
100 Julie Trundle, 2002-05                             1034:12 Tiffany Hansen, 2006
 98 Mandy Smith, 1998-2001                             944:26 Kit Gazley, 1997
 96 Beth Wechsler, 1998-2001                          CONSECUTIVE MINUTES PLAYED
 96 Stephanie Heller, 1997-2000                        2040:18 Erika Flanders (9/1/02-11/8/02)
                                                       1541:07 Erika Flanders (10/8/00-9/21/01)
                                                       1802:55 Ali Shingler (10/3/04-9/16/05)
GOALKEEPING                                            750:00 Erika Flanders (9/3/99-10/3/99)
RECORDS                                                731:46 Ali Shingler (10/17/03-11/9/03)
                                                       670:00 Ali Shingler (10/21/05-11/11/05)
MATCHES PLAYED                                         607:13 Christy Zabek (10/8/06-10/29/06) *
                                                       581:57 Ali Shingler (9/5/04-9/26/04)
SEASON                                                 528:49 Erika Flanders (9/9/00-9/29/00)
 23  Ali Shingler, 2005                               * streak active entering 2007
 22  Ali Shingler, 2003
 22  Erika Flanders, 2002
 21  Ali Shingler, 2004                               SHOTS ON GOAL FACED
 20  Erika Flanders, 2000                             MATCH
 19  Erika Flanders, 2001                              18  Erika Flanders at Michigan State, 9/2/01
 17  Erika Flanders, 1999                              17  Lynette Lasanen at West Virginia, 10/1/97
CAREER                                                SEASON
 78  Erika Flanders, 1999-2002                                                                           Above: Julie Trundle
                                                       165 Erika Flanders, 2002
 70  Ali Shingler, 2001-05                                                                               Below: Janice Mentrup
                                                       160 Erika Flanders, 2001
 16  Sarah Gawel, 1998-99                              154 Ali Shingler, 2003
 15  Christy Zabek, 2005-06                            146 Erika Flanders, 2000
 14  Kit Gazley, 1997                                  141 Ali Shingler, 2004
 13  Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000                          139 Ali Shingler, 2005
 13  Tiffany Hansen, 2006                              126 Erika Flanders, 1999

MATCHES STARTED
SEASON
 23  Ali Shingler, 2005
 22  Erika Flanders, 2002
 21  Ali Shingler, 2004
 21  Ali Shingler, 2003
 20  Erika Flanders, 2000
 19  Erika Flanders, 2001
 17  Erika Flanders, 1999
CAREER
 78  Erika Flanders, 1999-2002
 65  Ali Shingler, 2001-05
 13  Tiffany Hansen, 2006
 11  Sarah Gawel, 1998-99
 11  Kit Gazley, 1997
 8   Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000


MINUTES PLAYED
MATCH
 120:00    Michelle Lisy vs. Kent, 9/27/98
 120:00    Michelle Lisy vs. Northern Ill., 11/6/98
 120:00    Erika Flanders at Ball State, 10/1/99
 120:00    Sarah Gawel at Ohio, 10/8/99
 120:00    Erika Flanders at Buffalo, 10/20/00
 120:00    Erika Flanders at Michigan St., 9/2/01
 120:00    Erika Flanders vs. Toledo, 9/9/01
SEASON
 2052:44   Ali Shingler, 2005
 2040:18   Erika Flanders, 2002                                                                          Left: Ali Shingler congratulates Erika Flanders
                                                                                                         L
 1897:13   Ali Shingler, 2003                                                                            after a MAC Tournament win. Flanders and
                                                                                                         a
 1858:03   Ali Shingler, 2004                                                                            S
                                                                                                         Shingler rank 1-2 on nearly every BGSU
                                                                                                         goalkeeping list
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                  FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

                                                     CAREER
                                                     C                                                 SAVES PERCENTAGE
                                                      597 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002
                                                      438 Ali Shingler, 2001-05                        SEASON (MIN. 800 MINUTES)
                                                      109 Sarah Gawel, 1998-99                          .854 Christy Zabek, 2006
                                                      100 Kit Gazley, 1997                              .830 Erika Flanders, 2002
                                                                                                        .808 Erika Flanders, 2000
                                                                                                        .794 Erika Flanders, 2001
                                                     SAVES
                                                     S                                                  .787 Ali Shingler, 2004
                                                     M
                                                     MATCH                                              .784 Ali Shingler, 2005
                                                      17  Erika Flanders at Michigan State, 9/2/01      .760 Kit Gazley, 1997
                                                      14  Erika Flanders vs. Ohio State, 10/27/99      CAREER (MIN. 1500 MINUTES)
                                                      13  Lynette Lasanen at West Virginia, 10/1/97     .792 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002
                                                      13  Michelle Lisy at Eastern Michigan, 11/3/98    .763 Ali Shingler, 2001-05
                                                      13  Erika Flanders vs. Buffalo, 9/23/01
                                                     S
                                                     SEASON                                            VICTORIES
                                                     137  Erika Flanders, 2002
                                                     127  Erika Flanders, 2001                         SEASON
                                                     118  Erika Flanders, 2000                          14  Ali Shingler, 2005
                                                     111  Ali Shingler, 2004                            12  Erika Flanders, 2002
                                                     111  Ali Shingler, 2003                            10  Erika Flanders, 2000
                                                     109  Ali Shingler, 2005                             8  Ali Shingler, 2004
                                                      91  Erika Flanders, 1999                           7  Ali Shingler, 2003
                                                      76  Kit Gazley, 1997                               7  Erika Flanders, 2001
                                                     CAREER
                                                     C                                                   6  Kit Gazley, 1997
                                                     473
                                                     4    Erika Flanders, 1999-2002                      5  Tiffany Hansen, 2006
                                                     334
                                                     3    Ali Shingler, 2001-05                          5  Christy Zabek, 2006
                                                      76  Kit Gazley, 1997                               5  Erika Flanders, 1999
                                                      75  Sarah Gawel, 1998-99                         CAREER
Above: Beth Rieman                                                                                      34  Erika Flanders, 1999-2002
Below: Stephanie Heller                                                                                 29  Ali Shingler, 2001-05
                                                     G
                                                     GOALS-AGAINST                                       6  Kit Gazley, 1997
                                                     AVERAGE
                                                     A
                                                     SEASON (MIN. 800 MINUTES)
                                                     S                                                 SHUTOUTS (COMPLETE-
                                                      0.67 Christy Zabek, 2006                         MATCH)
                                                      1.24 Erika Flanders, 2002
                                                      1.32 Ali Shingler, 2005                          SEASON
                                                      1.37 Erika Flanders, 2000                         7   Ali Shingler, 2005
                                                      1.45 Ali Shingler, 2004                           7   Erika Flanders, 2002
                                                      1.74 Tiffany Hansen, 2006                         5   Tiffany Hansen, 2006
                                                      1.76 Erika Flanders, 2001                         5   Christy Zabek, 2006
                                                     CAREER (MIN. 1500 MINUTES)
                                                     C                                                  5   Ali Shingler, 2004
                                                      1.58 Erika Flanders, 1999-2002                    4   Ali Shingler, 2003
                                                      1.59 Ali Shingler, 2001-05                        4   Erika Flanders, 2001
                                                                                                        4   Erika Flanders, 2000
                                                                                                        2   Michelle Lisy, 1998
                                                                                                        2   Erika Flanders, 1999




                                                     Erika Flanders


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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

CAREER                                       FASTEST TWO GOALS
17     Erika Flanders, 1999-2002              0:17 at Detroit, 10/27/98 (both by Gleixner)
16     Ali Shingler, 2001-05                  0:18 vs. Youngstown St., 10/3/01 (Piening,
 5     Tiffany Hansen, 2006                  Conover)
 5     Christy Zabek, 2006                    0:19 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 (Shamblin, Glei-
 2     Michelle Lisy, 1997-2000              xner)
CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES                   0:39 vs. Valparaiso, 8/29/99 (Harris, Conover)
 544:48 Christy Zabek, 9/16/05-10/20/06       0:48 vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 9/7/97 (Heller, Suhay)
 432:19 Ali Shingler, 10/2/05-10/21/05        0:50 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 (Suhay,
 397:40 Ali Shingler, 10/28/05-11/11/05      Short)
 340:24 Erika Flanders, 9/27/02-10/6/02      FASTEST THREE GOALS
 268:02 Ali Shingler, 9/26/04-10/10/04        1:42 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
 266:55 Erika Flanders, 9/30/01-10/9/01                (Erb, Shamblin, Gleixner)
 250:20 Christy Zabek, 10/20/06-10/29/06      2:09 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97
 245:55 Erika Flanders, 10/1/00-10/15/00               (McKee, Suhay, Short)
 242:08 Erika Flanders, 9/2/01-9/9/01         3:04 vs. Detroit, 9/4/02 (Coppes, Coppes, Wal-
 231:09 Erika Flanders, 10/20/02-10/27/02    lace)
 219:09 Erika Flanders, 9/4/02-9/8/02         4:41 vs. Western Illinois, 9/5/98
 216:22 Erika Flanders, 9/5/99-9/18/99                 (Wechsler, Harris, Combs)
CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES TO                4:45 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
BEGIN COLLEGIATE CAREER                                (Incorvaia, Harris, Incorvaia)
 544:48 Christy Zabek, 9/16/05-10/20/06      FASTEST FOUR GOALS
                                              7:50 vs. Detroit, 9/4/02
                                                       (Coppes, Coppes, Coppes, Wallace)
TEAM RECORDS                                  9:48 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                                       (Smith, Coppes, Piening, Conover)
SINGLE MATCH                                 10:58 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
MOST GOALS                                             (Erb, Shamblin, Gleixner, Shamblin)
10  vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01            11:48 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97
 9  vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98                          (McKee, McKee, Suhay, Short)                  Above: Ashley Enser
 7  vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04                    12:47 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01                     Below: Ali Shingler
 7  vs. Western Michigan, 10/25/02                     (Coppes, Smith, Coppes, Piening)
 7  vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97            FASTEST FIVE GOALS
MOST GOALS, HALF                             13:05 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
 5  vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 (first)            (Coppes, Smith, Coppes, Piening,
 5  vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01 (second)   Conover)
 5  vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98 (first)         16:49 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97
 5  vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97 (first)     18:12 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
 4  Seven times                              20:25 vs. Detroit, 9/4/02
                                             25:00 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             FASTEST SIX GOALS
                                             32:14 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             38:20 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             3
                                             42:35 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             4
                                             46:45 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             4
                                             48:07 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             4
                                             FASTEST SEVEN GOALS
                                             F
                                             45:52 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             4
                                             49:30 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             4
                                             49:37 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             4
                                             51:25 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             5
                                             58:26 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             5
                                             FASTEST EIGHT GOALS
                                             F
                                             51:00 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             5
                                             54:42 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             5
                                             63:16 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             6
                                             63:32 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             6
                                             FASTEST NINE GOALS
                                             F
                                             65:02 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                             6
                                             66:33 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             6
                                             67:56 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             6
                                             FASTEST 10 GOALS
                                             F
                                             71:13 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                             7




Leslie Hepfinger

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                  FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

                                                     L
                                                     LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY                FEWEST TOTAL SHOTS
                                                      9  vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01         0  at Marquette, 8/25/06
                                                      7  vs. Western Michigan, 10/25/02        2  vs. Michigan State, 9/1/02
                                                      7  vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98             2  at Indiana, 9/12/97
                                                      6  vs. Cleveland State, 9/16/05         FEWEST SHOTS ON GOAL
                                                      5  vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97         0  at Marquette, 8/25/06
                                                      5  vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 9/7/97         0  at Ball State, 9/30/05
                                                     M
                                                     MOST GOALS ALLOWED                        1  12 times
                                                      7  at Oakland, 10/12/98                 MOST OPPONENT TOTAL SHOTS
                                                      6  Six times                             44 by Indiana, 9/12/97
                                                     M
                                                     MOST GOALS ALLOWED, HALF                 MOST OPPONENT SHOTS ON GOAL
                                                      5  vs. Detroit, 10/20/99 (2nd)           21 by West Virginia, 9/9/98
                                                      5  vs. West Virginia, 9/9/98 (2nd)       19 by Indiana, 9/12/97
                                                      5  at Indiana, 9/12/97 (2nd)            FEWEST OPPONENT TOTAL SHOTS
                                                     LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT
                                                     L                                         1  by Miami, 10/8/04
                                                      6  vs. Detroit, 10/20/99                 2  by Akron, 10/3/04
                                                      6  at Oakland, 10/12/98                  2  by Western Michigan, 11/3/00
                                                      6  vs. West Virginia, 9/9/98             3  by Cleveland State, 9/16/05
                                                      6  vs. Northern Illinois, 9/14/97        4  four times
                                                     M
                                                     MOST ASSISTS                             FEWEST OPPONENT SHOTS ON GOAL
                                                      13 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98             0  by Miami, 10/8/04
                                                      12 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01         1  six times
                                                      12 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97         2  six times
                                                      7  five times                             3  11 times
                                                     MOST POINTS
                                                     M                                        MOST SAVES
                                                      32 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01         17 at Michigan State, 9/2/01
                                                      31 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98            MOST CORNER KICKS
                                                      26 vs. Youngstown State, 11/2/97         17 vs. Ohio, 9/17/04
                                                      21 vs. Duquesne, 8/27/04                 17 vs. Western Illinois, 9/5/98
                                                      21 vs. Western Michigan, 10/25/02       MOST FOULS
                                                     MOST TOTAL SHOTS
                                                     M                                         29 vs. Michigan State, 10/29/97
                                                      46 vs. Niagara, 9/12/99                 FEWEST FOULS
                                                      42 at Kent, 8/29/97                      2  at Marquette, 8/25/06
                                                      38 at Robert Morris, 10/31/97            3  at Ohio State, 9/6/97
                                                      36 at Cleveland State, 10/1/04           4  three times
                                                      35 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01        MOST OPPONENT FOULS
                                                      35 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98             31 by Michigan State, 10/29/97
                                                     M
                                                     MOST SHOTS ON GOAL                       FEWEST OPPONENT FOULS
                                                      23 at Cleveland State, 10/1/04           1  by Western Illinois, 9/5/98
                                                      20 at Northern Illinois, 10/12/03
                                                      19 vs. Youngstown State, 10/3/01
                                                      19 vs. Robert Morris, 9/6/98
                                                      17 vs. Kent, 8/29/97
                                                      17 vs. Niagara, 9/12/99




                                                              LESLIE ANN DAWLEY
                                                                   1984-2002
                                                        On Nov. 5, 2002, Leslie Ann Dawley
                                                        collapsed during the Falcons’ MAC
                                                        Tournament match vs. Buffalo and later
                                                        passed away. Dawley, a freshman on
                                                        that ‘02 team, was part of a BGSU wom-
                                                        en’s soccer signing class that went on to
                                                        capture the 2004 and 2005 MAC Tourna-
                                                        ment titles. She was and is an important
                                                        part of the program, and was honored
                                                        along with the rest of her class on Senior
                                                        Day at Cochrane Field in 2005.
Top to bottom: Michelle Lisy, Danielle Cygan
and Carrie Richards

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FALCON WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORDS

SEASON / ALL-TIME       CONSECUTIVE ROAD WINS
                         4, 10/2/05-SA
MOST WINS                3, 9/15/00-9/24/00
 14, 2005               CONSECUTIVE LOSSES
 12, 2002                7, three times
FEWEST WINS             CONSECUTIVE HOME LOSSES
 5, 1999                 10, 9/21/99-10/6/00
HIGHEST WINNING PCT.    CONSECUTIVE ROAD LOSSES
 .652 (14-7-2), 2005     8, 9/3/97-10/11/97
 .591 (12-8-2), 2002    UNBEATEN STREAK
LOWEST WINNING PCT.     11, 10/2/05-11/6/05 (9-0-2)
 .333 (6-12-0), 1997     5, 8/31/01-9/18/01
MOST LOSSES              5, 10/11-25-02
 12, 2004               HOME UNBEATEN STREAK
 12, 2003               10, 9/11/05-9/1/06 (8-0-2)
 12, 1997               CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT MINUTES
FEWEST LOSSES            445:03 (10/2/05-10/21/05)
 7, 2005                 397:40 (10/28/05-11/11/05)
 8, 2002                 340:24 (9/27/02-10/6/02)
MOST HOME WINS           288:51 (10/8/06-10/20/06)
 7, 2006                 266:51 (10/1/04-10/10/04)
 7, 2005                 266:33 (10/6/00-10/15/00)
 5, 2002                 259:08 (9/3/06-9/15/06)
FEWEST HOME WINS         250:20 (10/20/06-10/29/06)
 3, 2004                 242:08 (9/2/01-9/9/01)
 3, 2003                 231:09 (10/20/02-10/27/02)
 3, 2000                                                                    Autumn Harris
                        CONSEC. SHUTOUT MINUTES, HOME
MOST ROAD WINS           946:02 (9/11/05-9/3/06)
 6, 2005
 6, 2002
FEWEST ROAD WINS        ATTENDANCE RECORDS
 1, 1999                LARGEST HOME CROWD
CONSECUTIVE WINS         700 vs. Buffalo, 11/6/02
 8, 10/2/05-10/28/05    LARGEST ROAD CROWD
 3, eight times          2,385 at Toledo, 9/20/97
CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS   LARGEST NEUTRAL-SITE CROWD
 6, 9/11/05-10/16/05     1,530 vs. Michigan State, 11/11/05 (NCAA Tour-
 4, 8/27/99-9/15/99     nament at Notre Dame, Ind.)




                                                                            Natalie Sampiller




Jamie Eshleman          Mandy Smith



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                THIS IS BGSU




68   BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
THIS IS BGSU

DEGREE PROGRAMS AND LEARNING
RESOURCES
• More than 200 undergraduate majors and programs on the
  main campus; 9 baccalaureate and 14 associate degree
  programs at BGSU Firelands

• Library system with 6 million items and electronic access to
  research materials worldwide

• 30 instructional computing labs across campus with both
  Macintosh and PC computers; one computer lab in every
  residence complex and in-room Ethernet connections in
  every residence hall room




                                                                 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
                                                                 • BGSU has received the MAC’s institutional academic achievement
                                                                 award three times in the past 12 years, posting the highest overall GPA
                                                                 among the league members in 1995, 1996 and 2001. Since 1990, BGSU
                                                                 has seen 33 student-athletes earn Academic All-America honors

                                                                 • In 2005-06, Ali Shingler became the first-ever BGSU women’s soc-
                                                                 cer student-athlete to be named an Academic All-American. Shingler was
                                                                 named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team.
                                                                 On the pitch, the fifth-year senior goalkeeper helped the Falcons to the
                                                                 first MAC regular-season title in school history, and a second-straight
                                                                 MAC Tournament championship and NCAA Championships berth. In the
                                                                 classroom, Shingler maintained a perfect 4.00 cumulative GPA, with a dual
                                                                 major of biology and applied health science

                                                                                  • Six BGSU student-athletes, the most of any MAC
                                                                                  school, were named to the Academic All-MAC Women’s
                                                                                 Soccer Team in ‘05. Christy Zabek was named to that
                                                                                 team in 2006, and her GPA was as high as her GAA was
                                                                                 low. Zabek had a 3.67 cumulative GPA at the time of the
                                                                                 announcement, and led the MAC with a GAA of just 0.67.




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                THIS IS BGSU




                                                   COLLEGES AND CALENDAR
                                                   Semester system with three summer terms

                                                   Colleges:
                                                      • Arts and Sciences
                                                      • BGSU Firelands (Huron, Ohio)
                                                      • Business Administration
                                                      • Education and Human Development
                                                      • Graduate College
                                                      • Health and Human Services
                                                      • Musical Arts
                                                      • Technology




70   BOWLING GREEN FALCONS • 2007 WOMEN’S SOCCER
DR. SIDNEY A. RIBEAU

Dr. Sidney A. Ribeau, the 10th President of
Bowling Green State University, has served
the institution since 1995 and holds an aca-
                                                                        VISION, CORE VALUES &
demic appointment as Professor of Interper-                             ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY
sonal Communication at the University.
                                                                        Bowling Green State University aspires to be the premier
As president, he has been committed to the                              learning community in Ohio, and one of the best in the nation.
creation of an enriching and transformative                             Through the interdependence of teaching, learning, scholarship
environment for the entire campus, as well                              and service we will create an academic environment grounded
as the expansion of partnerships with the                               in intellectual discovery and guided by rational discourse and
surrounding community.                                                  civility.

President Ribeau’s leadership and vision                                BGSU serves the diverse and multicultural communities of
have been the driving forces behind a number of innovative pro-         Ohio, the United States and the world.
grams geared toward the holistic education of students, including the
President’s Leadership Academy, the BG Experience values initiative,    This vision is supported by:
residential living/learning communities, and a campus-wide initiative   • an extensive portfolio of distinctive undergraduate programs;
focused on the scholarship of engagement.                               • focused master’s and specialist degrees and a select number
                                                                        of nationally recognized doctoral programs;
President Ribeau received a bachelor’s degree in English and Speech     • scholarly and creative endeavors of the highest order;
Education from Wayne State University, and subsequently earned          • academically challenging teaching, fully connected with
both master’s and Ph.D. degrees in Interpersonal and Group Com-         research and public service
munication from the University of Illnois. He is the co-author of the   • innovative academic planning that focuses on society’s chang-
book African-American Communication: Exploring Identity and Cul-        ing needs, student outcomes and the appropriate integration of
ture, now in its second edition, among numerous other publications.     technology;
                                                                        • an educational environment that develops culturally literate,
On the national level, he is a Trustee for TIAA-CREF and sits on the    self-assured, technologically sophisticated, productive citizens
President’s Council for the National Collegiate Athletic Assocation     who are prepared to lead, to inspire and to preserve the great
(NCAA). At the state level, President Ribeau serves as Chair of the     traditions of our democracy.
President’s Council of the Inter-University Council of Ohio. He is
involved with local community groups, including the Bowling Green       The Core Values to which the University adheres are:
Area Community Partnership, Regional Growth Partnership, Toledo         • respect for one another;
Urban League, Toledo Symphony, The Andersons, Inc., Convergys           • cooperation;
Corporation and Worthington Industries.                                 • intellectual and spiritual growth;
                                                                        • creative imaginings;
Among his many honors are distinguished alumnus awards from             • pride in a job well done.
Wayne State University and University of Illinois, scholarly recogni-
tion from the National Communication Association and the 2003           Bowling Green State University is dedicated to providing
President’s Award from the National Association of Student Personnel    quality academic programs in a learning environment that
Administrators. In 2007, he received the Ohio Association of Student    promotes academic and personal excellence in students, as well
Personnel Administrators’ William Nestor Presidential Award.            as apprecciation of intellectual, ethical and aesthetic values.
                                                                          Wisdom, sound judgment, tolerance and respect for other
                                                          he
President Ribeau and his wife, Paula Whetsel-Ribeau, are the                               persons, cultures and ideas are the hallmarks
proud parents of three children.                                                                              of a educated person and
                                                                                                                 an
                                                                                                                th characteristics that
                                                                                                                the
                                                                                                               the University hopes to
                                                                                                               de
                                                                                                               develop in its students.




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                    GREG CHRISTOPHER

Greg Christopher is entering his second year                                    He earned a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from MAC-mem-
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as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/                                ber Miami University in 1988 and earned his MBA from the institution
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Director of Athletics at Bowling Green State                                    in 1991. He played football for one season before the former linebacker’s
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University. Christopher, who previously was                                     career was cut short due to injury. In 1987-88 and 1990-91, Christopher
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Associate A.D. for External Relations and John                                  was involved as a television color commentator in football and play-by-
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Purdue Club Director at Purdue University,                                      play voice for men’s ice hockey which aired on regional cable television and
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came to BGSU on June 13, 2006.                                                  WPTD-TV in Dayton. He also served as a graduate assistant in the Office
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                                                                                of Admissions at Miami in 1990-91.
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Christopher, the 12th full-time athletic director
in school history, oversees an 18-sport program                                 Christopher, 41, is married to the former Tina Smith of Leetonia, Ohio.
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which has a budget of $14.3-million and 73                                      The couple has a son, Zachary, 11, and two daughters, Megan and Allison,
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full-time employees. BGSU, which is a mem-                                      ages 9 and 7.
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ber of the Mid-American Conference (MAC)
and Central Collegiate Hockey Association
(CCHA), is one of 13 programs in the country which sponsor Division
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I-A football and compete in men’s and women’s basketball and men’s ice
hockey on the Division I level.

Christopher, a native of West Lafayette, Ind., had been at Purdue since
1997 and was a member of the department’s senior staff which collabo-
rated on all athletic, human resource and management issues. He served
in that position since March of 2005 and was accountable for external and
revenue-related areas for Purdue’s $50-million department. In his role, he
oversaw several areas, including development, marketing, promotions and
advertising, athletic licensing and sports information.

Under his leadership, Purdue raised $17.2-million in total giving for Athlet-
ics in his final year there. He also played a significant role in a seven-year
campus-wide capital campaign which was on track to raise $111 million
for Athletics during that period. Projects that came to fruition in that time
frame include tripling the number of endowed athletic scholarships and
several facility additions or renovations. Among the facility projects are an
indoor golf training center, football stadium renovation, aquatic center,
indoor tennis center, and basketball video board campaign. He also was
the advisor for Purdue’s chapter of Athletes-in-Action.

Additionally, Christopher served a period of time as the sport administrator
for Purdue’s men’s and women’s tennis programs. In addition to working
with the teams during this period, he oversaw fundraising and business
planning for the facility which will not only benefit the University, but
will serve as a tennis club for the entire community.

He began his career on the Boilermaker staff as Assistant Director of the
John Purdue Club from 1997-99 and was promoted to Director in 1999.
He was promoted to Assistant A.D. in 2002 and was the program admin-
istrator for tennis prior to 2005.

Christopher served as Executive Director for the Society of Professional
Journalists in Greencastle, Ind., from 1994 to 1997 after joining the orga-
nization in 1991 as its Marketing and Development Director. During that
time, he managed a staff of 15 and a $1.6-million budget for the nation’s
largest not-for-profit journalism organization. His tenure focused largely
on external relations, fueling growth that doubled the net worth of the
foundation and association. He also improved relations with SPJ’s 250
local chapters and national volunteer leaders and negotiated contracts and      The Christopher Family.
corporate partnerships.                                                         Front row (left to right): Megan, Zachary and Allison. Back row: Tina
                                                                                and Greg.
Prior to joining SPJ, Christopher was an Account Executive at WWWV-FM
in Charlottesville, Va., from 1988-90. In that capacity, he designed and man-
aged station promotions, including partnerships with the athletics program
at the University of Virginia. He also was part of the “Page Program” at
NBC in New York in 1988 where he served as a research analyst, assisting
the Manager of Sports Programming and Market Analysis in research of
television sports. Christopher also produced network sports tracking reports
and surveys of major league sports.

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