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									A29             at Texas College               1:00
A30             Delta State University        6:00
S5              Hendrix College                7:30
S10             University of Dallas          5:00
S16             Millsaps College              5:00
S19             at Hardin-Simmons University* 2:00
S20             at McMurry University*        2:00
S26             Howard Payne University*      2:00
S27             Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor* 2:00
O3              at Texas Lutheran University*  1:00
O4              at Schreiner University*       1:00
O9              East Texas Baptist University*6:00
O11             Austin College                1:00
O17             Concordia University Texas* 1:00
O18             Univ. of Texas-Tyler*         6:00
O23             at Univ. of Texas-Dallas*     5:00
O25             at Univ. of the Ozarks*        1:00
O31             Mississippi College*          1:00
N1              Louisiana College*            5:00
* indicates American Southwest Conference game




 GENERAL INFORMATION:
 Location ............................................................................. Longview, Texas
 Founded .................................................................................................. 1946
 Enrollment .............................................................................................. 3,981
 Colors .......................................................................................... Blue & Gold
 Field ......................................................................... University Soccer Field
 Conference .................................................................. American Southwest
 University President ......................................................... Dr. Dale Lunsford
 Director of Athletics ........................................................ Dr. Duane Trogdon
 Assistant Athletic Director .................................................. Mary Ann Otwell
 Sports Information Director .............................................................................
 Secretary ................................................................................. Vickie Rogers
 Athletic Trainer .......................................................................... Portia Phillips
 Athletic Dept. Phone ................................................................ 903-233-3760
 Athletic Website ....................................................... www.letu.edu/athletics
 Soccer Office Phone ............................................................... 903-233-3726

 CREDITS:
 This brochure was compiled and edited by Shane Meling. Graphic
 design by Shane Meling. Photos by Shane Meling. This brochure was
 printed by Ahle Printing in Longview, Tex. (www.ahleprinting.com)



           2008 Schedule
##.   Name              YR    Pos   Ht     Hometown/High School
2     Caitlin Pastore   Jr.   D     5-3    Coopersburg, PA/The Woodlands (TX)
4     Catie Eubanks     Jr.   M     5-2    Coral Springs, FL/Highlands CA
5     Kalyn Amstutz     So.   M     5-2    Dakar, Senegal/Dakar Academy
6     Vanessa Davila    So.   D/M   5-5    Kilgore, TX/HS
7     Brooke Kincade    Jr.   D     5-6    Sugar Land, TX/Elkins
8     Kirby Posey       Jr.   M     5-10   Longview, TX/Spring Hill
9     Maddie Nelson     Jr.   M     5-4    Sherman, TX/Home School
10    Amanda Norton     Sr.   F     5-10   Longview, TX/Vanden (CA)
11    Jody Lang         So.   M     5-10   Bandon, OR/Pacific
17    Rena Warren       So.   D/M   5-10   Greencastle, IN/HS
18    Meredith Bowman   Jr.   M/D   5-8    Magnolia, TX/Concordia Lutheran
21    Christine Baker   So.   M     5-7    Cleveland, TX/Caney Creek
22    Kendyl Arey       Jr.   D     5-2    Ham Lake, MN/Concordia Acad.
15    Amanda De Leon    Fr.   F/M   5-2    College Station, TX/A&M Con.
16    Candyce Feer      Fr.   D     5-9    Bakersfield, CA/Stockdale
12    Kacy Green        Fr.   D     5-6    Abilene, TX/HS
1     Nicole Tammelin   Fr.   GK    5-8    Vestal, NY/Ross Corners


Head Coach: David Plunk 1st Season, Hardin-Simmons ‘92
Assistant Coach: Eric Spitz




            2008 Roster
         Head Coach David Plunk
   Former University of Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s
soccer coach, David Plunk, was named the LeTourneau
University head women’s soccer coach on March 19,
2007.
   Plunk took over the UMHB men’s program in 1997, a
year after the team finished 2-16. In his nine years at the
helm, he led the Cru to four postseason appearances
while compiling a 69-87-3 record. Additionally, he
served as an assistant professor in the Exercise and
Sports Science Department. Most recently, he served at
Gainesville High School as head coach for the boy’s
soccer team, and as cross country coach for both the boys’
and girls’ teams.
   “I am very excited about joining the coaching staff at
LeTourneau and look forward to leading the women’s
soccer program in the years to come. I believe the soccer
program has the full support of the administration,
faculty, and the student body. That will make my
experience here even that much more pleasant. I am very
impressed by the players that we already have in place
and personally feel that the team is very eager and
willing to work hard for a conference championship.”
   “David (Plunk) has shown that he can succeed at the
NCAA Division III level and is a great fit for the
LeTourneau University community,” said Trogdon. “I am
very pleased to be able to welcome him to LeTourneau
and think he will provide a great benefit to our athletic
program as well as our Kinesiology Department.”
   Prior to his nine years at UMHB, Plunk played soccer
at Hardin-Simmons University and graduated with a
degree in All-Level Physical Education and Secondary
Spanish in 1992. He earned a Master of Science degree
in Kinesiology and Bilingual Education in 1996 from
Texas A&M-Kingsville. He worked one season at HSU as
an assistant coach in the men’s soccer program before
taking over as the head girl’s soccer coach at Azle High
School. Plunk will begin his head coaching duties
immediately and will begin teaching in the Fall ’08
semester.




       Coaching Staff
              Caitlin Pastore                   Jr.            2
              Defender                           Coopersburg, PA
             2007: Moved into a full time position starting all 20
             games... Part of a defense that recorded five shutouts...
             Member of the ASC Academic Honor Roll. 2006: Made four
             starts on the season... Top defensive sub on the team...
             Started the team’s playoff game against Mississippi
College. Major: Kinesiology Exercise Science.
Year    GP     G       A     Pts      Sh    SOG       GW      PK-Att
2006    14     0       0       0       0      0        0       0-0
2007    20     0       0       0       1      1        0       0-0
T       34     0       0       0       1      1        0       0-0
              Nicole Tammelin                   Fr.               1
              Goalkeeper                                 Vestal, NY
              High School: Team captain senior season... Four-time
              all-star and Coaches Award recipient... Member of soccer
              and basketball New York Penn League Championship.
              Major: Liberal Arts.


Year    GP     G       A     Pts      Sh    SOG       GW      PK-Att
2007    19     0       0       0       3      1        0       0-0

              Karisa Kaye                       Sr.              9
              Midfielder                                Alpena, MI
           Returns to action after sitting out 2007 campaign... 2006:
           Started in 13 of 19 games played... Scored one goal and
           notched one assist on the season... 2005: Scored first
           career goal on her first shot (9/2).
           Major: Interdisciplenary Studies.
Year    GP  G        A     Pts        Sh SOG          G W PK-Att
2005    21   1       1        3       13         7       0       0-0
2006    19   1       1        3       19         5       1       0-0
T       40   2       2        6       32        12       1       0-0


              Brooke Kincade                    Jr.             7
              Midfielder-Defender                  Sugar Land, TX
                2007: Arguably the most valuable player on the team...
                Played midfield and defender... Earned Honorable Mention
                all-ASC for second straight season... Had first two goal
                game of career in 5-0 win against McMurry (9/21)...
                Scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory over Schreiner
                (01/5)... A member of the ASC Academic Honor Roll. 2006:
Named ASC Defensive Player of the Week and to the D3Kicks.com Team
of the Week for Sep. 18... Earned Honorable Mention all-ASC honors...
One of the top freshman defenders in the ASC... Assisted on the final
minute game-winning goal against Mississippi College (9/16)... Scored
first career goal against Concordia (10/21). Major: Business
Administration.
Year G P          G        A    Pts      Sh SOG           G W PK-Att
2006 20             1      2      4        3       3           0     0-0
2007 20             3      0      6       28      13           1     0-0
T         40        4      2     10       31      16           1     0-0




         Player Profiles
               Kirby Posey                        Jr.              8
               Midfielder                               Longview, TX
               2007: Third leading scorer on the team despite missing
               eight games due to injury... Earned Third Team all-ASC
               honors... Scored twice, including the game-winning goal at
               University of Dallas en route to earning D3Kicks.com Team
               of the Week honors (9/10)... Scored two goals and had two
assists in win over McMurry (9/21)... Team was 4-0 in games she
scored. 2006: Played the final 17 games and started the final 11 games of
the season... Scored two goals in win over Howard Payne (Sep. 30)...
Team was 3-0 in games she scored... Also played on women’s golf
team. Major: Sports Ministry.
Year    GP      G      A      Pts       Sh    SOG        GW       PK-Att
2006    17      2      2        6       18      10        0        0-0
2007    12      5      3       13       32      19        2        1-2
T       29      7      5       19       50      29        2        1-2

               Kerrie Nelson                      Jr.                    5
               Forward                                   Houston, TX
              Will be first season to play soccer... Played softball for two
              seasons as middle infielder.

              Major: Kinesiology.




               Amanda Norton                      Sr.             10
               Forward                                  Longview, TX
               2007: Named Second Team all-ASC and was a member of
               the ASC Academic Honor Roll... Led team in scoring...
               Team was 5-2 in games she scored... Notched hat-trick in
               4-0 win at Central Baptist (10/13)... Scored at least one
               goal in four consecutive games... Moved into third place on
the LETU career goals and points lists. 2006: Earned ASC Honorable
Mention honors... Member of ASC Academic Honor Roll... Third leading
scorer on the team... Team was 7-3 in games she scored a goal...
Tallied three game winning goals... Notched her first career hat-trick
against Concordia (10/21). 2005: Team was 7-1 in games that Norton
scored... Scored twice, including the game-winner at Lyon College (9/
9)... Scored twice in playoff loss to ETBU (11/4)... Named Honorable
Mention all-ASC. Major: Accounting.
Year    GP     G       A      Pts      Sh     SOG        GW       PK-Att
2005    21     10      0       20      39       26        1        0-0
2006    20     12      1       25      50       25        3        0-0
2007    20      9      4       22      51       25        2        0-0
T       61     31      5       67     140       76        6        0-0

               Jody Lang                          So.            11
               Midfielder                                Bandon, OR
              2007: Started all 20 games as a true freshman... Scored
              game-winning goal in 3-0 win over Texas College (9/10)...
              Scored a goal and assisted on another in win at Concordia
              (10/20). Major: Business Design Technology.

Year    GP      G      A      Pts       Sh    SOG        GW       PK-Att
2007    20      2      1        5        9      5         1        0-0
         Player Profiles
               Amanda DeLeon                     Fr.             15
               Midfielder                       College Station, TX
              High School: Started on back-to-back district runner-up
              teams... 2007-08 state runner-up with Aggieland Mystics
              club team... Named to the All-Academic Team 2007-08.
              Major: Kinesiology.




               Meredith Bowman                    Jr.              18
               Defender                                  Magnolia, TX
               2007: Became more of an offensive threat as a sophomore
               scoring on a number of set pieces... Was left off the all-
               ASC list despite having a better season than in 2006... A
               member of the ASC Academic Honor Roll... Had a goal or
               assist in five of the last eight games of the season... Also
played tennis in the spring. 2006: Earned Second Team All-ASC honors...
One of the top defenders in the ASC... Anchored the YellowJacket
defense that allowed only 1.69 goals per game in games she played in...
Team was 8-2-1 in games she started and played full minutes... Missed
a number of games due to injury playing only 11 full games. Major:
Education.
Year    GP      G       A     Pts       Sh   SOG         GW      PK-Att
2006    13      0       2       2        1      0         0       0-0
2007    20      4       3      11       15     10         0       0-0
T       33      4       5      13       16     10         0       0-0

               Christine Baker                    So.              21
               Midfielder                               Cleveland, TX
              2007: Sat out season due to injury. 2006: Appeared in 11
              games... Fired seven shots with five on goal. Major:
              Business Administartion with Design Technology.



Year    GP      G       A     Pts       Sh   SOG         GW      PK-Att
2006    11      0       0       0        7     5          0       0-0

               Kendyl Arey                        Jr.             22
               Defender                                 Ham Lake, MN
              2007: Made 16 starts on the right side of the defense...
              played 45 minutes in goal making two saves and not
              allowing a goal... A member of the ASC Academic Honor
              Roll. 2006: Showed great improvement throughout the
              season and made four starts on defense... Helped form one
of the youngest defenses in the conference that should be together for a
long time. Major: Accounting.
Year    GP      G       A     Pts       Sh   SOG         GW      PK-Att
2006    12      0       0       0        0     0          0       0-0
2007    20      0       0       0        1     0          0       0-0
T       32      0       0       0        1     0          0       0-0




         Player Profiles
            Catie Eubanks                      Jr.                4
            Midfielder                                 Parkland, FL
            2007: Played at North Park University in Chicago... Led
            team with three goals. 2006: Came in late to training camp,
            but still started 16 games... Second on the team with six
            assists... Scored a goal and had an assist against Mary
            Hardin-Baylor (9/29) and Howard Payne (9/30)... Had two
            assists in win at Schreiner (10/6)... Named Honorable Mention
            all-ASC. Major: Psychology/Child Development.
Year   GP    G       A      Pts      Sh    SOG         GW     PK-Att
2006   20    2       6       10      17      10         0      0-0
2007   18    3       1        7       8       5         0      0-0
T      38    5       7       17      25      15         0      0-0


             Candyce Feer                       Jr.            16
             Defender                             Bakersfield, CA
          2007: Played at North Park University in Chicago... Led
          team with three goals. 2006: Came in late to training camp,
          but still started 16 games... Second on the team with six
          assists... Scored a goal and had an assist against Mary
          Hardin-Baylor (9/29) and Howard Payne (9/30)... Had two
          assists in win at Schreiner (10/6)... Named Honorable Mention
          all-ASC. Major: Psychology/Child Development.
Year   GP    G       A      Pts       Sh SOG           G W PK-Att
2006   20     2       6      10       17         10       0      0-0
2007   18     3       1       7         8         5       0      0-0
T      38     5       7      17       25         15       0      0-0


              Brittany Mitchell                  Fr.              17
              Defender                                 Longview, TX
              High School: Four-year letterwinner in high school...
              Played six different sports... Also a member of the
              YellowJacket Softball team... Named honorable mention in
              both volleyball and softball.
              Major: Kinesiology




              Kacy Green                           Fr.               19
              Defender                                   Abilene, TX
              High School: member of 2008 district and area
              championship teams... Named to 1st team all-district as a
              senior... Bi-district and area champs in 2007... Placed on
              2nd team all-district in 2007... Awarded AHS 110% award...
              1st team all-district as a sophomore... AHS defensive MVP
              in 2006.
              Major: Professional Aviation
          A new era begins with LeTourneau University
Women’s Soccer as David Plunk takes over the helm as
the 4th head coach in program history. Plunk steps in to a
program that was led valiantly last season by Interim Head
Coach Ryan Potter who filled in at the ninth hour a year
ago.
          Just two seasons removed from the ASC playoffs
there are high expectations as the Yellow Jackets enter the
coming season. “The core of the players that made the
ASC playoffs 2 years ago is still here. Our success will
depend mostly on how well we come together as a team in
the close matchups and how much we believe in one
another” said Coach Plunk. A solid group of returning
players should enable the Jackets to step on the field day
one and be a force. Seven starters return from last season
and will be asked to carry a lot of the burden early as a
crop of new talented players step in and get their feet wet.
          Among those returning is Amanda Norton (Sr./
Longview, TX). Norton returns for her final campaign after
leading the team in goals scored (9) and assist (4). Karisa
Kaye (Sr./Sherman, TX) returns after siting out last season
and along with Norton will be looked upon to provide a
hefty measure of leadership.
       Other key returnees include Kirby Posey (Jr./
Longview, TX), Meredith Bowman (Jr./Magnolia, TX) and
Brooke Kincade (Jr./Sugar Land, TX). Posey’s sophomore
year was plagued with injury yet she still managed to
finish second on the team in goals scored (5). Bowman
and Kincade contributed 17 points total between the two
of them and will look to increase upon those numbers.
These three are known for their competitive nature and will
be looked to to provide a spark of energy each and every
time out onto the field. “Kirby, Brooke, Meredith, and
Amanda (Norton) will be counted on to provide leadership
and consistent solid efforts in every game” stated Plunk.
       Caitlyn Eubanks (Jr./Coral Springs, FL), Christine
Baker (Jr./Cleveland, TX) and Jody Lang (So./Bandon, OR)
will provide depth and experience in the midfield while
Caitlin Pastore (Jr./Coopersburg, PA) and Kendyl Arey (Jr./
Ham Lake, MN) will bring knowledge and toughness to
the defensive end of the field. Having this much experi-
ence back from a hard-nosed team last year will go a long
way towards pushing back into the top six spots for the
conference tourney.
       While Coach Plunk has only been here a short time
he has not wasted any time getting the job done on the
recruiting trail.
         2008 Preview
       This season’s group of newcomers gives even more
reason for there to be excitement in the air with regards to
the 2008 campaign. Four freshmen, a transfer, and an
interdepartmental addition will bring youth and excitement
along with a fresh batch of talent.
       One of the toughest assignments that a coach can
give a player is to throw a freshman into a position as
important as goalkeeper. That’s exactly what Coach Plunk
has done with Nicole Tammelin (Fr./Vestal, NY). Tammelin
comes in with high soccer and basketball accolades that
would indicate that she is ready and able to take on such a
large responsibility. She brings a great work ethic to the
field but more importantly has the ability to verbally lead, a
trait which is invaluable in goal. “While it may not be the
ideal situation,” Plunk said. “Nicole is going to learn her
position better with immediate experience, game by game.
However, her teammates and I have a lot of confidence
that she will step up in key situations”.
       Amanda De Leon (Fr./Bryan, TX), Kacy Green (Fr./
Abilene, TX) and Brittany Mitchell (Fr./Longview, TX)
round out the freshman class. De Leon is going to be
looked upon to carry a large role in the middle of the field.
She possesses good ball control and the ability to get it
where it needs to be. Green should prove to be an impact
defender, particularly one on one. She and Mitchell will
bring strength and toughness as well as enthusiasm to the
club.
       Kerrie Nelson (Jr./Houston, TX) and Candyce Feer
(Jr./Bakersfield, CA) fill out the group of newcomers.
Coach Plunk will look to see how their experience and
leadership impact the team as they provide depth.
       There are a number of reasons that this year could
be a huge turning point for this program. A hungry new
coach with enthusiasm and a bevy of experience should
provide stability to the program. The addition of some
very talented young ladies to a crop of upper-classmen
that have established themselves as championship type
people should lead to an exciting season.




          2008 Preview
   The 2007 season proved to be a season of transition for the
YellowJackets. Former head coach Troy Edwards took a job at North
Park University late in the summer and no full-time head coach was
found in the short amount of time available. Instead, former men’s soccer
star Ryan Potter was asked to serve as the interim head coach for a
season. Potter accepted and did an excellent job in his tough position.
   In addition to a new coach, the Jackets had to deal with a few other
changes. First, former American Southwest Conference Offensive
Player of the Year Erica Sudeck graduated taking with her 106 career
points. The second change was converting senior forward Denee
McKay into a goal keeper.
   The first change was tough to deal with, but McKay handled the
second change brilliantly. She posted a 2.11 goals against average that
included four shutouts and an .801 save percentage. McKay kept the
team in a number of games because of her shot stopping ability.
   The season started out slowly as the team played six of its first seven
games on the road. After losing the first two games of the year, the
Jackets destroyed University of Dallas, 5-0 behind two Kirby Posey
goals. It was the first time the Jackets
ever defeated the Crusaders.
   Two games later, McKay recorded
her second shutout of the season in a
3-0 win in the home opener against
Texas College. The shutout capped a
week in which McKay was named
the ASC Defensive Player of the
Week. Junior Amanda Norton was
the offensive star scoring the game-
winning goal and assisting on another.
   The awards continued to roll in after
the win over TC. Posey, a
sophomore, was named to the
D3Kicks.com Team of the Week
becoming the third player in school
history to earn the award.
   The ASC schedule started on the
road at Mississippi College, the team
2006 ASC Tournament opponent. The
Choctaws dealt the Jackets a 3-0
defeat. It was a tough loss for the
team, but things would get worse              Amanda Norton
before they got better. The team lost
1-0 at Louisiana College, a team they
had defeated six straight times. The Jackets outshot LC, 21-8 and put 14
shots on goal, but were unable to find the back of the net in a loss that put
the team behind the 8-ball.
   The Jackets got their first ASC win of the season in a 5-0 white
washing of McMurry. Posey scored twice and assisted on two other
goals. Sophomore Brooke Kincade added the first two-goal game of her
career as well in the win.
   After a 7-0 loss against #7 Hardin-Simmons, McKay played the best
game of her season in a 2-1 loss against Austin College. McKay made
16 saves and faced 39 shots, but did not allow the game winning goal

2007 Year in Review
until a penalty kick with 6:34 to play. The losing would continue with a 2-
1 loss at Mary Hardin-Baylor.
   A 1-1 tie at Howard Payne snapped the losing streak and started the
Jackets on their best stretch of the season that would see four wins in six
games. The first win was a 2-1 decision over Schreiner at home.
Posey had two assists in the game while also playing 27 minutes in goal
making four saves.
   A loss to Texas Lutheran was quickly followed by 2-1 win at East
Texas Baptist. It was the team’s first win over the Tigers in 12 chances.
Sophomore Meredith Bowman scored the only goal of the game and then
Norton added the second goal. The Tigers were held scoreless until the
87th minute providing an exciting finish, but the Jackets were able to hold
on.
   Norton exploded for a hat-trick two days later at Central Baptist leading
the Jackets to a 4-0 win and earning her ASC Offensive Player of the
Week honors.
   A 5-1 loss at UT-Tyler dampened the spirits of the Jackets, but the
team rebounded quickly. LeTourneau pounded Concordia Texas 7-0 in
Austin as six different players scored at least one goal. McKay played
the first half in goal making one save and then moved to the field scoring
two goals in the second half.
   The YellowJackets entered the final week of the season with an
outside chance to make the conference playoffs for the third straight year.
Optimism was high as Senior Erin Wait scored four minutes into the
game against Ozarks, but the Eagles scored twice before the first half
ended and finished with a 2-1 win over the Jackets. UT-Dallas followed
up with a 2-0 win over LETU to finish off the season.
   The Jackets had six players honored by the ASC in its annual post
season awards. McKay and Norton were earned Second Team honors
                                                 while freshman Vanessa
                                                 Davila and Posey were
                                                 slotted on the Third Team.
                                                 Kincade and Wait both
                                                 were named Honorable
                                                 Mention.
                                                            The team also
                                                 excelled in the classroom
                                                 as eight players were
                                                 named to the ASC
                                                 Academic Honor Roll:
                                                 sophomore Kendyl Arey,
                                                 Bowman, Kincade,
                                                 sophomore Caitlin Pastore,
                                                 Posey, Wait, Norton and
                                                 McKay.

           Vanessa Davila




2007 Year in Review
                  LeTourneau University Women's Soccer

LETU YellowJackets Overall Individual Statistics (Final Stats)

      Overall: 7-12-1      Conf: 4-8-1          Home: 3-5-0               Away: 4-7-1       Neut: 0-0-0
## Name             GP-GS G      A    Pts       Sh       Shot%        SOG       SOG%   YC-RC         GW   PK-ATT
10 Amanda Norton    20-20 9      4     22       51           .176         25    .490       1-0        2      0-0
4   Erin Wait       20-20 5      4     14       45           .111         28    .622       0-0        1      0-0
8   Kirby Posey     12-12 5      3     13       32           .156         19    .594       0-0        2      1-2
18 Meredith Bowman 20-20 4       3     11       15           .267         10    .667       0-0        0      0-0
7   Brooke Kincade 20-20 3       0         6    28           .107         13    .464       1-0        1      0-0
11 Jody Lang        20-20 2      1         5        9        .222          5    .556       0-0        1      0-0
9   Maddie Nelson   8-8      2   1         5        6        .333          4    .667       0-0        0      0-0
1   Denee McKay     20-20 2      0         4        5        .400          5    1.00       0-0        0      0-1
12 Kelly Crommelin 12-8      1   0         2        7        .143          2    .286       0-0        0      0-0
17 Rena Warren      19-13 1      0         2        6        .167          4    .667       0-0        0      0-0
6   Vanessa Davila 19-19 0       0         0        5        .000          3    .600       5-0        0      0-0
5   Kalyn Amstutz   19-3     0   0         0        3        .000          1    .333       0-0        0      0-0
22 Kendyl Arey      20-16 0      0         0        1        .000          0    .000       0-0        0      0-0
2   Caitlin Pastore 20-20 0      0         0        1        .000          1    1.00       1-0        0      0-0
16 Jane Sung        1-0      0   0         0        0        .000          0    .000       0-0        0      0-0
12 Erin Myers       2-1      0   0         0        0        .000          0    .000       0-0        0      0-0
Total............ 20        34 16      84 214                .159     120       .561       8-0        7      1-3
Opponents........ 20        41 25 107 433                    .095     214       .494       2-2       12      5-5

## Name             GP-GS            Min       GA        Avg Saves             Pct     W         L    T      Sho
8   Kirby Posey     1-0          27:07          0       0.00         4 1.000           0         0    0        0
22 Kendyl Arey      1-0          45:00          0       0.00         2 1.000           0         0    0        0
1   Denee McKay     20-20 1747:53              41       2.11        165    .801        7     12       1        4
    Total......... 20        1820:00           41       2.03        173    .808        7     12       1        5
    Opponents..... 20        1820:00           34       1.68         86    .717        12        7    1        7
Team saves: 2




GOALS BY PERIOD     1st 2nd      OT OT2 Total                 Date        Opponent                         Score
YellowJackets       17     17     0        0            34    Aug 31 at Southwestern                      L, 4-0
Opponents           16     25     0        0            41    Sep 02 at Ouachita Baptist                  L, 4-1
SHOTS BY PERIOD     1st 2nd      OT OT2 Total                 Sep 05 at Univ. of Dallas                   W, 5-0
YellowJackets       105 105       1        3        214       Sep 08 at LSU-Shreveport                    L, 3-0
Opponents           211 222       0        0        433       Sep 10 Texas College                        W, 3-0
SAVES BY PERIOD     1st 2nd      OT OT2 Total                 Sep 15 at Mississippi Col.                  L, 3-0
YellowLadyJackets 88       85     0        0        173       Sep 17 at Louisiana College L, 1-0
Opponents           40     44     0        2            86    Sep 21 McMurry                              W, 5-0
CORNER KICKS BY PRD1st 2nd       OT OT2 Total                 Sep 22 Hardin-Simmons                       L, 7-0
YellowLadyJackets 30       25     1        2            58    Sep 25 Austin College                       L, 2-1
Opponents           58     62     0        0        120       Sep 28 at Mary Hardin-Baylor L, 2-1
FOULS BY PERIOD     1st 2nd      OT OT2 Total                 Sep 29 at Howard Payne                      T, 1-1
YellowLadyJackets 59       71     0        2        132       Oct 05 Schreiner                            W, 2-1
Opponents           64     62     2        1        129       Oct 06 Texas Lutheran                       L, 3-0

                                                              Oct 11 at East Texas Baptist W, 2-1

                                                              Oct 13 at Central Baptist                   W, 4-0

                                                              Oct 18 at UT-Tyler                          L, 5-1

                                                              Oct 20 at Concordia-Texas                   W, 7-0

                                                              Oct 26 Ozarks                               L, 2-1

                                                              Oct 27 UT-Dallas                            L, 2-0




          2006 Statistics
Points                          Shots on Goal
106 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)      156 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)
100 - Stevi Peace (00-03)       87 - Stevi Peace (00-03)
67 - Amanda Norton (05-07)      76 - Amanda Norton (05-07)
54 - Sondra Reynolds (99-00)    49 - T.C. Willis (00-03)
43 - T.C. Willis (00-03)        42 - Denee McKay (04-07)
30 - Denee McKay (04-07)        35 - Sondra Reynolds (99-00)
29 - Angie Moughon (06)         35 - Angie Moughon (06)
28 - Stephanie Beets (00-02)    29 - Stephanie Beets (00-02)
23 - Li Jett (01, 03-05)        29 - Kirby Posey (06-07)
20 - Rosalba Garcia (01-04)     28 - Erin Wait (07)

Goals                           Saves
44 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)       306 - Esther Runck (99-00)
44 - Stevi Peace (00-03)        278 - Anna Wolfgang (05-06)
31 - Amanda Norton (05-07)      276 - Julie Stuk (03-06)
25 - Sondra Reynolds (99-00)    245 - Erin O’Brien (98)
16 - T.C. Willis (00-03)        165 - Denee McKay (04-07)
13 - Angie Moughon (06)         126 - T.C. Willis (00-03)
12 - Denee McKay (04-06)        91 - Sara Vestfals (01-02)
8 - Li Jett (01, 03-05)
8 - Rosalba Garcia (01-04)      Save Percentage
7 - Kirby Posey (06-07)         .760 - Julie Stuk (03-06)
                                .734 - Esther Runck (99-00)
Assists                         .711 - Anna Wolfgang (05-06)
18 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)
14 - Stephanie Beets (00-02)    Goals Against Average
12 - Stevi Peace (00-03)        2.71 - Anna Wolfgang (05-06)
11 - T.C. Willis (00-03)        2.74 - Julie Stuk (03-06)
7 - Li Jett (01, 03-05)         3.30 - Esther Runck (99-00)
6 - Becci Vogel (03-05)
6 - Denee McKay (04-06)         Most Wins
6 - Catie Eubanks (06)          18 - Anna Wolfgang (05-06)
5 - Kirby Posey (06-07)         10 - Esther Runck (99-00)
5 - Meredith Bowman (06-07)     9 - Julie Stuk (03-06)
                                7 - Denee McKay (04-07)
Shots Attempted                 6 - Sara Vestfals (01-02)
274 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)
201 - Stevi Peace (00-03)       Most Shutouts
140 - Amanda Norton (05-07)     7 - Anna Wolfgang (05-06)
111 - Sondra Reynolds (99-00)   5 - Julie Stuk (03-06)
99 - T.C. Willis (00-03)        5 - Sara Vestfals (01-02)
80 - Denee McKay (04-07)        4 - Denee McKay (04-07)
77 - Stephanie Beets (00-02)    3 - Esther Runck (99-00)
62 - Angie Moughon (06)
56 - Rosalba Garcia (01-04)
50 - Li Jett (01, 03-05)


     Career Records
    Career Records                   Season Records
Minutes in Goal                    Goals Against Average
3758 - Anna Wolfgang (05-06)       1.40 - Sara Vestfals, 2001
3030 - Esther Runck (99-00)        1.95 - Anna Wolfgang, 2006
2861 - Julie Stuk (03-06)          2.04 - Esther Runck, 2000
1748 - Denee McKay (04-07)         2.07 - Julie Stuk, 2003
1467 - Erin O’Brien (98)           2.11 - Denee McKay, 2007
1326 - Sara Vestfals (01-02)       3.21 - T.C. Willis, 2002
1212 - T.C. Willis (00-03)         3.44 - Anna Wolfgang, 2005
                                   3.45 - Julie Stuk, 2004
Games Played                       3.74 - Erin O’Brien, 1998
73 - Julie Stuk (03-06)            4.53 - Esther Runck, 1999
72 - Denee McKay (04-07)
72 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)          Most Wins
64 - Meghan O’Hagan (99-02)        10 - Anna Wolfgang, 2006
63 - Priscila Schoenborn (01-04)   8 - Anna Wolfgang, 2005
62 - Stevi Peace (00-03)           7 - Denee McKay, 2007
62 - Rosalba Garcia (01-04)        7 - Esther Runck, 2000
61 - Amanda Norton (05-07)         6 - Sara Vestfals, 2001
60 - Katrina Gooch (98-01)         5 - Julie Stuk, 2003
58 - T.C. Willis (00-03)           4 - Julie Stuk, 2004
                                   3 - Lisa Huff, 2002
Games Started                      3 - Esther Runck, 1999
71 - Julie Stuk (03-06)
68 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)          Shutouts
64 - Meghan O’Hagan (99-02)        5 - Sara Vestfals, 2001
63 - Priscila Schoenborn (01-04)   4 - Anna Wolfgang, 2006
62 - Rosalba Garcia (01-04)        4 - Denee McKay, 2007
62 - Stevi Peace (00-03)           3 - Anna Wolfgang, 2005
61 - Amanda Norton (05-07)         3 - Julie Stuk, 2003
60 - Katrina Gooch (98-01)         3 - Esther Runck, 2000
58 - T.C. Willis (00-03)           2 - Julie Stuk, 2004

Game Winning Goals                 Minutes in Goal
12 - Erica Sudeck (03-06)          1910 - Anna Wolfgang, 2005
7 - Stevi Peace (00-03)            1848 - Anna Wolfgang, 2006
6 - Sondra Reynolds (99-00)        1748 - Denee McKay, 2007
6 - Amanda Norton (05-06)          1530 - Esther Runck, 1999
2 - Six with                       1500 - Esther Runck, 2000
                                   1480 - Julie Stuk, 2003
                                   1467 - Erin O’Brien, 1998
                                   1381 - Julie Stuk, 2004
                                   1290 - Sara Vestfals, 2001
                                   1122 - T.C. Willis, 2002




                   Records
Points                       Shots on Goal
46 - Erica Sudeck, 2006      54 - Erica Sudeck, 2005
38 - Erica Sudeck, 2005      51 - Erica Sudeck, 2006
32 - Sondra Reynolds, 2000   38 - Stevi Peace, 2003
31 - Stevi Peace, 2001       35 - Angie Moughon, 2006
29 - Angie Moughon, 2006     35 - Sondra Reynolds, 2000
25 - Amanda Norton, 2006     33 - Stevi Peace, 2000
25 - Stevi Peace, 2000       30 - Erica Sudeck, 2004
24 - Stevi Peace, 2003       29 - T.C. Willis, 2003
22 - Sondra Reynolds, 1999   28 - Erin Wait, 2007
22 - Amanda Norton, 2007     26 - Amanda Norton, 2005

Goals                        Game-Winning Goals
19 - Erica Sudeck, 2006      5 - Erica Sudeck, 2005
17 - Erica Sudeck, 2005      4 - Erica Sudeck, 2006
14 - Stevi Peace, 2001       4 - Sondra Reynolds, 2000
14 - Sondra Reynolds, 2000   3 - Stevi Peace, 2001
13 - Angie Moughon, 2006     3 - Amanda Norton, 2006
12 - Amanda Norton, 2006     2 - Stevi Peace, 2003
12 - Stevi Peace, 2003       2 - Sondra Reynolds, 1999
11 - Sondra Reynolds, 1999   2 - Rosalba Garcia - 2001
10 - Stevi Peace, 2000       2 - Kirby Posey, 2007
10 - Amanda Norton, 2005     2 - Erica Sudeck, 2004

Assists                      Saves
8 - Erica Sudeck, 2006       245 - Erin O’Brien, 1998
6 - Catie Eubanks, 2006      215 - Esther Runck, 1999
6 - Stephanie Beets, 2001    165 - Denee McKay, 2007
5 - T.C. Willis, 2003        162 - Anna Wolfgang, 2005
5 - Stevi Peace, 2000        138 - Julie Stuk, 2003
5 - Stephanie Beets, 2002    138 - Julie Stuk, 2004
4 - Li Jett, 2003            117 - T.C. Willis, 2002
4 - Sondra Reynolds, 2000    116 - Anna Wolfgang, 2006
4 - Erica Sudeck, 2005       91 - Esther Runck, 2000
4 - Kelli Weinman, 1998      89 - Sara Vestfals, 2001

Shots Attempted              Save Percentage
92 - Erica Sudeck, 2005      .817 - Sara Vestfals, 2001
92 - Erica Sudeck, 2006      .802 - Julie Stuk, 2003
66 - Sondra Reynolds, 2000   .801 - Denee McKay, 2007
62 - Angie Moughon, 2006     .801 - Erin O’Brien, 1998
57 - Erica Sudeck, 2004      .745 - T.C. Willis, 2002
57 - Stevi Peace, 2003       .744 - Anna Wolfgang, 2006
54 - Stevi Peace, 2000       .736 - Esther Runck, 1999
51 - Stevi Peace, 2002       .728 - Esther Runck, 2000
51 - Amanda Norton, 2007     .723 - Julie Stuk, 2004
50 - Amanda Norton, 2006     .689 - Anna Wolfgang, 2005


   Season Records
Team Season Records
Points - 141 (2006)
Points Per Game - 7.05 (2006)
Goals - 56 (2006)
Goals Per Game - 2.80 (2006)
Assists - 29 (2006)
Assists Per Game - 1.45 (2006)
Shots - 315 (2006)
Shots Per Game - 15.75 (2006)
Shots On Goal - 165 (2006)
SOG Per Game - 8.25 (2006)
Saves - 245 (1998)
Saves Per Game - 15.31 (1998)
Goals Against Average - 1.40 (2001)
Most Wins - 10 (2006)

Individual Game Records
Points - 14, Erica Sudeck vs UMHB (9/29/06)
 Team - 24, vs McMurry University (9/14/02)
         24, vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (9/29/06)
Goals - 6, Erica Sudeck vs UMHB (9/29/06)
 Team - 9, vs McMurry University (9/14/02)
         9, vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (9/29/06)
Assists - 3, Stephanie Beets vs McMurry Univ. (9/14/02)
          3, Stevi Peace vs Louisiana College (9/30/00)
 Team - 6, vs McMurry University (9/14/02)
          6, vs Mary Hardin-Baylor (9/29/06)
Shots - 12, Erica Sudeck at Univ. of Ozarks (10/27/06)
 Team - 42, vs. Louisiana College (10/25/03)
Saves - 35, Erin O’Brien vs. UT-Dallas (9/29/98)
 Team - 35, vs. UT-Dallas (9/29/98)

Consecutive Games with a Goal
 - 6, Sondra Reynolds (Sep. 26-Oct. 10, 2000)
Consecutive Games with a Point
 - 7, Sondra Reynolds (Sep. 26-Oct. 16, 2000)
 - 7, Stevi Peace (Sep. 7-Oct. 4, 2001)
Consecutive Scoreless Time in Goal
 - 247:04, Sara Vestfals (Sep. 29-Oct. 6, 2001)
Quickest Goal to Start Game
 - 0:40, Sondra Reynolds vs Austin College (10/6/00)
Quickest Two Goals to Start Game
 - 3:18, Rosalba Garcia and Stevi Peace vs UT-Tyler (9/5/02)
Quickest Consecutive Goals
 - 0:35, Sondra Reynolds vs Louisiana College (9/30/00)
 - 0:16, Erica Sudeck and Amanda Norton vs UMHB (9/29/06
Quickest Three Consecutive Goals
 - 5:39, Sondra Reynolds vs. Louisiana College (9/30/00)
 - 1:45, Li Jett, Stevi Peace and Becci Vogel
   vs. Louisiana College (10/25/03)

        Misc. Records
1998 (2-14-0, 1-9-0)              0     Univ. of Dallas       1
0    Mississippi College      4   3         McMurry           0
1       Austin College       11   0     Mississippi College   3
0           Ozarks            5   8     Louisiana College     0
0           Harding           2   1      Austin College       3
0        Texas-Dallas         2   0     East Texas Baptist    3
1    Mary Hardin-Baylor       4   0      Dallas Baptist       3
0       Dallas Baptist        5
3          Millsaps           1   2002 (4-12-1, 1-10-1)
0        Texas-Dallas         4   5         Texas-Tyler        2
0     Hardin-Simmons          8   4          Millsaps          2
1          Schreiner          0   0          Hendrix           7
3   Mary Hardin-Baylor        4   9          McMurry           0
2        Northwood            6   0        Texas-Dallas       10
0     East Texas Baptist      3   0      East Texas Baptist    4
0     Central Arkansas        1   1    Mississippi College     4
0      Univ. of Dallas        1   1    Louisiana College       2
                                  0      Univ. of Dallas       3
1999 (3-14-0, 2-10-0)             1     East Texas Baptist     2
1   Mary Hardin-Baylor        3   0       Austin College       7
2       Austin College       10   0           Ozarks           2
1           Ozarks            2   0        Texas-Dallas        4
2        Dallas Baptist       9   0      Austin College        1
0    Mississippi College      5   0           Ozarks           0
2          Millsaps           1   0     Mississippi College    6
3     East Texas Baptist      1   2     Louisiana College      1
0         Schreiner           3
3     Louisiana College       1   2003 (5-9-2, 4-8-2)
0      Austin College        11   2          McMurry          0
0           Ozarks            3   0         vs Millsaps       2
2     Mississippi College     3   3         Texas-Tyler       2
0          Belhaven           6   8     Louisiana College     0
1        Texas-Dallas         6   0     Mississippi College   2
0      East Texas Baptist     3   0      East Texas Baptist   3
0         Northwood           8   1        Texas-Dallas       4
0      Central Christian      2   1      Austin College       1
                                  4           Ozarks          1
2000 (7-8-1, 5-4-1)               0        Texas-Dallas       3
0     Ouachita Baptist       6    0         Texas-Tyler       1
4    Southwestern College    2    1     East Texas Baptist    3
3    Bartlesville Wesleyan   0    3       Austin College      5
0       Austin College       4    2           Ozarks          2
6           Ozarks           1    0    Mississippi College    5
0          Belhaven          6    5    Louisiana College      0
2      East Texas Baptist    1
1    Mississippi College     4    2004 (4-12-0, 4-9-0)
6     Louisiana College      0    0           Rhodes           6
1      Austin College        3    0         vs. Millsaps       2
4           Ozarks           0    0     Central Arkansas       9
2           Millsaps         3    3           Ozarks           8
1     East Texas Baptist     1    0       Austin College       2
0     Mississippi College    3    2    Louisiana College       1
2      Louisiana College     1    0    Mississippi College     2
0     East Texas Baptist     2    1          McMurry           0
                                  0      Hardin-Simmons       12
2001 (6-7-1, 4-5-1)               1      Concordia Texas       0
2 vs Loyola (New Orleans)    0    1   Mary Hardin-Baylor       2
1     East Texas Baptist     2    2          Schreiner         1
1      Austin College        2    1       Texas Lutheran       6
3           Ozarks           1    1     East Texas Baptist     4
1    Mississippi College     0    0         Texas-Tyler        1
2    Louisiana College       2    0        Texas-Dallas        3
2           Ozarks           0
                     Bold = home game
         Game Results
2005   (8-12-1, 6-6-1)             2007   (7-12-1, 4-8-1)
1      UT-Permian Basin        6   0          Southwestern       4
2        Bacone College        0   1        Ouachita Baptist     4
3          Lyon College        2   5         Univ. of Dallas     0
0        Hendrix College       7   0        LSU-Shreveport       3
0         Univ. of Dallas      8   3         Texas College       0
0        Austin College        7   0       Mississippi College   3
2             Ozarks           0   0       Louisiana College     1
0        LSU-Shreveport        6   5           McMurry           0
3       Louisiana College      0   0       Hardin-Simmons        7
1       Hardin-Simmons         6   1        Austin College       2
5           McMurry            2   1      Mary Hardin-Baylor     2
3      Mary Hardin-Baylor      2   1         Howard Payne        1
2        Concordia Texas       1   2           Schreiner         1
1       Mississippi College    6   0        Texas Lutheran       3
1        Texas Lutheran        1   2        East Texas Baptist   1
4           Schreiner          1   4         Central Baptist     0
0          Dallas Baptist      5   1            UT-Tyler         5
0        East Texas Baptist    4   7        Concordia Texas      0
0           UT-Dallas          2   1             Ozarks          2
2            UT-Tyler          4   0           UT-Dallas         2
2      vs East Texas Baptist   3

2006 (10-8-2, 8-4-1)
4      Bacone College          3
1    College of the SW         2
1      Univ. of Dallas         2
2       Lyon College           3
4       Austin College         0
3    Louisiana College         1
2    Mississippi College       1
2         McMurry              0
0      Hardin-Simmons          5
9   Mary Hardin-Baylor         3
5      Howard Payne            0
6          Schreiner           0   Opponent                   W-L
1       Texas Lutheran         4   LSU-Shreveport               0-2
2     East Texas Baptist       2   Lyon College                 1-1
1      Millsaps College        1   Mary Hardin-Baylor, Univ. 2-5
1          UT-Tyler            2
                                   McMurry University           7-0
6      Concordia Texas         1
6           Ozarks             3   Millsaps College           3-3-1
0         UT-Dallas            3   Mississippi College         2-14
0   vs Mississippi College     4   Northwood University         0-2
                                   Oklahoma Wesleyan Univ. 1-0
                                   Ouachita Baptist University 0-2
Opponent                    W-L    Ozarks, University of the 7-6-2
Austin College            1-13-1   Rhodes College               0-1
Bacone College               2-0   Schreiner University         5-1
Belhaven College             0-2   Southwest, College of the    0-1
Central Arkansas, Univ.      0-2   Southwestern (KS) College 1-0
Central Baptist College      1-0   Southwestern University      0-1
Central Christian College    0-1   Texas College                1-0
Concordia Univ. Texas        4-0   Texas-Dallas, Univ.         0-11
Dallas Baptist University    0-4   Texas-Permian Basin, Univ. 0-1
Dallas, University of        1-5   Texas-Tyler, Univ.           2-5
East Texas Baptist Univ. 2-12-2    Texas Lutheran University 0-2-1
Harding University           0-1
Hardin-Simmons University 0-5      Total                  56-108-9
Hendrix College              0-2   Home                    27-52-6
Howard Payne Univ.         1-0-1   Away                    28-52-3
Louisiana College         10-2-1   Neutral                   1-4-0
Loyola Univ.-New Orleans 1-0       ASC                     39-73-8

       All-Time Results
   Dale A. Lunsford, Ph.D., became the sixth president of
LeTourneau University on July 1, 2007 after a national
search by the Board of Trustees. Lunsford joined the
LeTourneau University family after years of service with
The University of Texas, The University of Tulsa and
Oklahoma State University.
   Lunsford was associate dean and director of
undergraduate programs at The University of Tulsa’s
College of Business Administration. The University of
Texas at Tyler led the state in enrollment growth during   Dr. Dale
Lunsford’s years there as vice president.                 Lunsford,
   Lunsford, and his wife, Marsha, have been married over
twenty years and have two daughters: Rachel and           President
Hannah.

                Dr. Duane Trogdon                          Mary Ann Otwell, in
                enters his fifth year as                   her 10th year as
                the athletic director and                  assistant athletic
                first year as men’s golf                   director and senior
                coach. He has been                         women’s administra-
                involved in collegiate                     tor and 16th year at
                athletics for the past                     LeTourneau, retired
                30+ years and served                       seven seasons ago
 as athletic director at Huntingdon         as the head women’s basketball
 College (Ala.) for four years. He          coach. She is among only a handful
 has been the head coach for                of coaches who have won four
 baseball, basketball, football and golf    national championships, two at
 at the collegiate level. He also           LeTourneau and two from the junior
 played baseball for his alma mater,        college ranks. Otwell also coached
 Southwest Baptist University (Mo.).        at Stephen F. Austin State University
 He has an Ed.D. from the University        and Panola Junior College.
 of Arkansas and teaches exercise
 physiology and wellness classes.



                                                            Portia Phillips is in her
                                                            sixth year as the
                                                            Head Athletic Trainer
                                                            at LeTourneau. She
                                                            has nearly 20 years
                                                            of athletic training
                                                            experience.
                                                            She began her career
                                            at her alma mater, East Texas State
                                            University. In 1997, she was one of
                                            two African American women
                                            credited with becoming the first to be
                                            nationally certified as athletic trainers
                                            in Texas. After four years as the
                                            assistant trainer, she became the
                                            head’s women’s trainer at Louisiana
                                            Tech University. She became the
                                            first African American female athletic
                                            trainer to make it to the NCAA
                                            Women’s Basketball Final Four in
                                            1999. She was awarded the LETU
                                            Shining Star Award in 2006.




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