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Quick Facts Credits Location: Charleston, SC Mailing Address: The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St., Charleston, SC 29409 Founded: 1842 President: Lt. Gen John W. Rosa Enrollment: 1,800 Colors: Citadel Blue and White National Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southern Nickname: Bulldogs, Cadets Head Coach: Chris Lenzo (Drake ‘92) Assistant Coach: Christine Moran (Canisius ‘04) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Candace Boan (College of Charleston ‘93) Office: 843.953.5844 Fax: 843.953.6727 1

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Table of Contents

CreditsThe 2005 The Citadel Women’s Soccer media guide wasproduced by The Citadel Media Relations staff with the intentto serve all media and supporters of Bulldog soccer. Theguide was written and edited by Melanie Long with assis-tance from Kevin Rhodes and Al Buddin. Research andeditorial assistance provided by Hilary VanDuzer, Scott ? andBlake ?. Design and layout was done using AdobePageMaker 7.0 and Adobe Photoshop 7.0. Photography wasprovided by Russ Pace. Special thanks are extended toTammy Plaster and The Citadel Print Shop.

Quick Facts .............................................................. 1Credits .................................................................... 12005 Season Outlook ............................................... 2Roster ..................................................................... 3Meet the Bulldogs ............................................... 4-112005 Opponents ............................................... 12-132004 in Review ...................................................... 142004 Statistics ....................................................... 15

2004 Southern Conference Review .......................... 16The Southern Conference....................................... 17The Citadel Record Book ........................................ 18All-Time Games...................................................... 19Administration ........................................................ 20About The Citadel ............................................. 21-24This is Citadel Athletics.......................................... IBC2005 Season Schedule........................................... BC

Quick FactsLocation: Charleston, SCMailing Address: The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St.,Charleston, SC 29409Founded: 1842President: Lt. Gen John W. RosaEnrollment: 1,800Colors: Citadel Blue and WhiteNational Affiliation: NCAA Division IConference: SouthernNickname: Bulldogs, Cadets

Coaching StaffHead Coach:Chris Lenzo (Drake ‘92)Assistant Coach:Christine Moran (Canisius ‘04)Volunteer Assistant Coach:Candace Boan (College of Charleston ‘93)Office: 843.953.5844Fax: 843.953.6727

Media RelationsWomen’s Soccer Contact:Melanie LongLong’s E-mail:[email protected]: 843.953.5120Cell: 678.643.8268Fax: 843.953.5058Website: www.citadelsports.com

Athletic DepartmentDirector of Athletics:Les Robinson (N.C. State ‘65)Senior Associate AD:Ray Whiteman (William & Mary ‘66)Senior Woman Administrator:Kelly Simpson (Clemson ‘99)Faculty Athletic Representive:Lt. Col. William Sharbrough (Miss. St. ‘72)Associate ADs:Chuck Beddingfield (Appalachian State ‘74)Andy Solomon (College of Charleston ‘77)Danny Lewis (South Carolina ‘95)Assistant ADs:Robby Bennett (The Citadel ‘93)Mike Groshon (The Citadel ‘76)

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Season Outlook

Having finished a season that saw some significant“firsts” in program history, the 2005 Citadel soccerteam begins a new era with the hiring of first yearhead coach Chris Lenzo. Coach Lenzo is optimisticabout the possibility of building on the strides madelast year.

“We are returning a lot of talent and adding a veryhard-working, committed freshman class,” remarkedLenzo. “Having gotten a small taste of SouthernConference success this past year with our firstconference point, I’m confident that the players aregoing to have their minds set on taking another stepforward this fall.”

Lenzo plans on creating a system of play around atalented core from some of the best soccer clubs inthe country. “With players from clubs like Bethesda,CASL, Charlotte Soccer Club, Internationals, ClearwaterChargers, and Peachtree City Lazers, we will look toplay an attacking style based on possession,”commented Lenzo. “Our depth of talent hasincreased every year, and I think we are at a pointwhere we can play a style that involves keeping theball and allowing more players to get forward tosupport the attack.”

Leading the list of returnees this fall are seniorsLauren Merchant, the team’s top scorer with 19points and Miriam Crawford, who contributed threegoals. The top goalkeeper is senior AngieEllenwood, who started 12 of 14 games andregistered a team-high 74 saves.

The 2005 schedule pits the Bulldogs against severalfamiliar foes, as well as some first-time opponents.

After a scrimmage against Campbell the Bulldogs headto Lexington, VA to battle VMI.

“I think the rivalry with VMI is wonderful,” said Lenzo.“It’s a game that both teams get up for and is agreat way to start off our season.”

The other big nonconference highlight is the October25 match with Florida State. “That will be a veryspecial night for our team. To play against an ACCteam the caliber of Florida State is an opportunity thatmany players do not get in their careers.”

While the conference schedule is largely the same asin years past, the turnover in conference coachesshould make it an intriguing year. In the past twoyears, new coaches have been hired at six of the 11Southern Conference schools. “Though Furman andGreensboro have traded the conference title back andforth, the conference has really improved overall in thepast few years. Charleston, Chattanooga andDavidson have clearly made great strides, and everygame in the conference is competitive.”

Coach Lenzo knows that with the competitiveschedule, the Bulldogs will need to draw on theattributes that help them every day at The Citadel. “Itwill be the psychological part of the game that willmake the difference for us. We need to take themental toughness, commitment, and work ethic thatmakes a cadet a cadet and translate it onto the field.”

Between the Pipes:

Forward DefenseTrinity Batye Maggie BryanMiriam Crawford Danielle Di FioreKelly Hasselman Aly WoodheadLauren MerchantAna Miranda

Midfield GoalkeeperJulie Austin Brit BunnellVivi Brown Laura CurranSarah Burke Angie EllenwoodAlex Byham Rachel MongEmily HallerHolli KnoxMegan McAuliffe

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2005 Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. C lass Hometown/High School

0 Brit Bunnell GK 5-7 So. Barberton, OH/St. Vincent St. Mary1 Angie Ellenwood GK 5-9 Sr. Shohomish, WA/H.M. Jackson3 Aly Woodhead D 5-3 So. Loxahatchee, FL/Lake Worth4 Emily Haller MF 5-3 Fr. Goose Creek, SC/Stratford5 Vivi Brown F/MF 5-1 Fr. Macon, GA/Mount de Sales Academy6 Julie Austin MF 5-5 Sr. Willow Springs, NC/Fuquay-Varina7 Megan McAuliffe MF 5-2 Sr. Westminister, MD/Baltimore Catholic8 Kelly Hasselman F 5-8 Jr. Broken Arrow, OK/Bishop Kelley9 Trinity Batye F 5-4 Fr. Clearwater, FL/Countryside10 Lauren Merchant F 5-7 Sr. Sacramento, CA/Loretto14 Laura Curran GK 5-5 Fr. Irmo, SC/Dutch Fork13 Alex Byham D/MF 5-5 Fr. Lillington, NC/Harnett Central15 Ana Miranda F 4-11 So. Laurel, MD/Atholton16 Holli Knox MF 5-5 Jr. Statesville, NC/South Iredell17 Sarah Burke MF 5-6 Fr. Brooks, GA/Starrs Mill21 Maggie Bryan D 5-5 So. Swansboro, NC/Swansboro24 Miriam Crawford F 5-9 Sr. Mt. Pleasant, SC/Wando27 Danielle Di Fiore D 5-4 Fr. Long Valley, NJ/West Morris Central30 Rachel Mong GK 5-6 So. Fayetteville, NC/Terry Sanford

Head Coach: Chris LenzoAssistant Coach: Christine MoranAssistant Coach: Candace Boan

The Citadel Numerical Roster

No. Name6 Julie Austin9 Trinity Batye21 Maggie Bryan5 Vivi Brown17 Sarah Burke0 Brit Bunnell13 Alex Byham24 Miriam Crawford14 Laura Curran27 Danielle Di Fiore1 Angie Ellenwood4 Emily Haller8 Kelly Hasselman16 Holli Knox7 Megan McAuliffe10 Lauren Merchant15 Ana Miranda30 Rachel Mong3 Aly Woodhead

Alphabetical RosterBulldogsBy State

California ................. 1Florida ..................... 2Georgia .................... 2Maryland .................. 2New Jersey ............... 1North Carolina .......... 5Ohio ........................ 1Oklahoma ................ 1South Carolina .......... 3Washington .............. 1

Pronunciation GuideTrinity Batye - Trinity Bait-eVivi Brown - VeeVee BrownBrit Bunnell - Brit Boo-nellAlex Byham - Alex Bye-ham

Laura Curran - Laura Ker-anDanielle Di Fiore - Danielle Dee-Fee-or-aMegan McAuliffe - Megan Mac-All-ifChris Lenzo - Chris Lynn-zo

BulldogsBy Class

Senior ...................... 6Junior ...................... 2Sophomore .............. 4Freshman ................. 7

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Meet the Bulldogs

2004… One of two juniors to start all 18 games… fourthon the team in points with five… ended the 2004season with nine shots on goal and a .562 shot ongoal percentage… first goal of season wasunassisted against VMI (9/24) and netted hersecond against Elon (10/21)...2 0 0 3 … Played in all 16games for the Bulldogs andreceived the starting nod in15… tallied her lone goal of theseason in a victory over SouthCarolina State (10/22) and assisted on KellySheehy’s goal against Troy State (9/21)…2002… Started 15 games... led the teamin goals (12) and points (26)... rankedfirst in the SoCon in goals per match(.80), second in points per game (1.73)and fourth in scoring (26)... shewas ranked 24th nationallyin goals per game...recorded her firstcareer hat trick with fourgoals against Delaware State (11/1)... HighSchool… A 2002 graduate of Fuquay-Varina High School...led the team in scoring and assists as team captain...named most valuable offensive player, all-conference andall-region her senior season... earned letters in soccer,basketball and cross country... Personal… Born March 23,1984… daughter of Mike and Beth Austin... majoring inphysical education.

2004… Played in 13 games with five starts… secondon team with three goals, despite battling injuries…netted team’s first goal of the seasonagainst High Point (8/27)… remaininggoals came against South CarolinaState (9/18) and EastTennessee (9/26)… memberof Athletic Director’s HonorRoll… 2003… Made 14a p p e a r a n c e s … scoredone goal against Nigara (9/ 12)...suffered an ankle injury thatkept her out of threegames... 2002… Played in 13games with eight starts...finished third on the team ingoals scored (5) and fourth onthe team in points (11)... hadfour goals against DelawareState to record her first hattrick... High School… A2002 graduate of WandoHigh School... earned lettersin track, soccer and tennis...member of the 2000 State ChampionFinalists... Personal… Born January 4, 1984 to VivianCrawford and the late Benjamin Crawford... majoringin business administration.

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GWYear GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW2002 15/15 1 22 26 36 02003 16/15 1 1 3 12 02004 18/18 2 1 5 16 0

TOTAL 49/48 15 4 34 64 0

2002 13/8 5 1 11 16 02003 14/1 1 0 2 11 02004 13/4 3 0 6 19 0

TOTAL 40/13 9 1 19 46 0

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2004… Appeared in 15 games while starting 13…recorded 74 saves on the season while notching ateam-high 15 saves against UNCG (10/31)… tallied a.592 save percentage and was credited with bothCitadel wins… all-time leader in wins withthree… member of Southern ConferenceHonor Roll… 2003… Appeared in fivegames and started two… posted 26saves in 301 minutes of competition...2002… Saw action in 11games getting the startingnod in six... recorded 64s a v e s . . . HighSchool… A 2002graduate of H.M.J a c k s o n HighS c h o o l . . . earnedfour letters in soccer... named all-Area and 4-A all-Conference honorable mentiontwice... Personal… BornNovember 29, 1983… daughterof Don and Sandi Ellenwood… fatherplayed professional football for theMinnesota Vikings… majoring in physics.

2004… Started and played in 11 games as adefender before an injury prevented her fromcompeting in the remainder of the season…named to the Athletics Director’s andSouthern Conference Honor Rolls…2003… Started in 16 of her 17appearances as a midfielder…netted a goal againstTroy State (9/21)…2 0 0 2 … Played ine i g h t gamesw i t h sevens t a r t s despitenagging injuries...scored her first career goal againstLipscomb (10/18)... HighSchool… A 2002 graduate ofThe Catholic High School ofBaltimore... a four-year letter winner insoccer, softball and basketball... threetime all-conference all- star... two time all-conference most valuable defense...all-conference most valuable offense... twotime all- conference mostvaluable player and all-county firstteam... played for the Bethesda FurySoccer Club and the ODP state and regionalsquads… Personal… Born September 21, 1983…daughter of Michael and Joanne McAuliffe… majoringin health and wellness.

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW2002 7/6 1 0 2 4 02003 17/16 1 0 2 10 02004 11/11 0 0 0 2 0

TOTAL 35/34 2 0 4 16 0

2002 11/6 687:05 64 0-3-12003 5/2 301:42 26 1-2-02004 14/12 903:01 77 2-9-0

TOTAL 30/20 1891:48 167 3-14-1

Year GP/GS Min. Saves W-L-T

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2004… One of two juniors to start all 18 games…team leader in goals (8), assists (3) and points (19)…first female soccer player at The Citadel to benamed Southern Conference Player of theWeek after her performance against SouthCarolina State (9/18)… recorded a hattrick in the Bulldogs’ 8-1 victory overS.C. State… netted the gamewinning goal to lift TheCitadel past VMI 3-2(9/24)… is the all-time leader i nassists with eight…tabbed to both theAthletic Director’s andS o u t h e r nConference Honor Rolls …2003… Played in 16g a m e s receiving thestarting nod in 15… scoredthe lone goal for the

Bulldogs againstAppalachian State

(10/12) and notchedan assist in the 6-0

victory over South CarolinaState (10/22)… 2002…

Started all 18 games during theseason... scored seven goals and four assists...posted two goals against Southern Virginia including thegame winner (9/28)... achieved a hat trick in thegame against Delaware State, the first of her career(11/1)... High School… A 2002 graduate of LorettoHigh School... twice named first-team all-Metro...helped the team to the 2001 CVC LeagueChampionship... a four-year letter winner in soccer and

three-year letter winner in basketball... was therecipient of the John Merhten Scholar/Athlete Award in2001-2002... Personal… Born September 4, 1984…daughter of Eric and Diane Merchant... majoring inbiology.

The Citadel Women’sSoccer All-TimeLetterwinners

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW

Name YearsJulie Austin ....................................... ‘02-‘04Maggie Bryan ...................................... ‘04Brit Bunnell ......................................... ‘04Miriam Crawford .............................. ‘02-‘04Angela ‘Angie’ Ellenwood ................ ‘02-‘04Katrina Evans ........................................ ‘02-‘03Brittney Guerry ...................................... ‘02Kelly Hasselman ............................... ‘03-‘04Shawna Hartman ................................... ‘02-‘04Kara Keiter ............................................ ‘02-‘04Louise Kjellquist ..................................... ‘03Holli Knox .......................................... ‘03-‘04Sydney LaQuey ..................................... ‘02Megan McAuliffe ............................... ‘02-‘04Lauren Merchant .............................. ‘02-‘04Ana Miranda ........................................ ‘04Rachel Mong........................................ ‘04Kelly Pesterfield ..................................... ‘02-‘03Rose Rodriguez ...................................... ‘02-‘03Kelly Sheehy .......................................... ‘03-‘04Martha Skinner ...................................... ’02Carla Stanley ......................................... ‘03Debbie White ......................................... ‘02-‘04Aly Woodhead ..................................... ‘04

2002 18/18 7 4 18 21 12003 16/15 3 1 7 23 02004 18/18 8 3 19 53 2

TOTAL 52/51 18 8 44 97 3

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2004… Made 13 appearances while getting thestarting nod in five contests… recorded an assistagainst South Carolina State (9/18)… notched asecond assist against Wofford (10/17)… 2003…Appeared in 16 games and started three as amidfielder... High School… A 2003 graduate ofBishop Kelley High School... helped the team to fourState Championship titles... a two-year letter winner insoccer and basketball... has participated in theOlympic Development Program since 1999... playedfor the Tulsa Thunder Soccer Club... Personal…Born August 9, 1984… daughter of Ray and CarolHasselman... sister Karen plays soccer for IowaState… brother Kevin plays football and wrestles at theCoast Guard Academy... majoring in civil engineering.

2004… Played and started in 17 games… netted anunassisted goal against Winthrop (9/5)… tallied secondgoal against Western Carolina (10/29)… 2003… Sawaction in 16 games, starting 15… a strong force onthe defensive end... High School… A 2003 graduateof South Iredell High School... four-year starter...received first-team all-region and all-county accoladesall four years... first-team all-conference in 2000 and2002... named Defensive Player of the Year as a

sophomore... co-captainin 2001 and captain in2002... member of thethree-time North CarolinaState Champion CharlotteSoccer Club...Personal… BornFebruary 8, 1984…daughter of Joe andRobin Knox... majoring inpolitical science.

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW

Meet the Bulldogs

2003 16/3 0 0 0 8 02004 13/6 0 2 2 9 0

TOTAL 29/9 0 2 2 17 0

2003 16/15 0 0 0 6 02004 17/17 2 0 4 12 0

TOTAL 33/32 2 0 4 18 0

2004… Had astandout year,starting all 18 gamesas a freshman…solidified her place onthe squad being thethird leading scorerwith two goals, oneassist and fivepoints… HighSchool… A 2004graduate ofSwansboro HighSchool... a regularstarter for the varsitysoccer team... Personal… Born July 10, 1986...daughter of William Henry Bryan... majoring in heathand exercise science.

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW

2004 18/18 2 1 5 20 0

TOTAL 18/18 2 1 5 20 0

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2004… One of two freshmen to get the starting nodin all 18 contests… High School… A 2004 graduateof Lake Worth High School...the team captain earned all-conference and team MVPaccolades in 2004… helpedthe team become districtchampions in 2003... playedfor the Wellington WaveTravel and Palm BeachUnited soccer clubs…Personal… BornNovember 25, 1985…daughter of Joseph andDebra Callahan... majoringin business administration.

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW

Meet the Bulldogs

2004… Received the starting nod five times in 12appearances… tallied seven saves in first start againstAkron (9/4)… recorded 65 saves on the season with acareer-high 11 saves against East Tennessee (9/26)…High School… A 2004 graduate of St. Vincent St.Mary... led the team to a 42-13-6 record during hertime between the pipes… named team captain in2003, while earning all-state, all-district and all–tricounty laurels... named most valuable offensiveplayer, all-conference and all-region her seniorseason... played for the Ohio Premiere andInternational soccer clubs… Personal… Born August11, 1985… daughter of Jill Bunnell... undecided on hermajor.

2004… Made 11 appearances as a freshman…scored first goal as a Bulldog against South CarolinaState (9/18)… High School… A 2004 graduate ofAtholton High School... also a standout on the trackand lacrosse teams... played for the SAC soccerteam… Personal… Born July 2, 1984… daughter ofCarlos and Susan Miranda... majoring in psychology.

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GW

2004… Played in two games while making one startagainst Western Carolina (10/29)… High School… A2004 graduate of Terry Sanford High School...playedfor the Fayetteville Force Soccer Club ... Personal…Born August 10, 1986... daughter of James andElizabeth Mong... majoring in computer science.

2004 11/0 1 1 3 4 0

TOTAL 11/0 1 1 3 4 0

2004 18/18 0 0 0 4 0

TOTAL 18/18 0 0 0 4 0

2004 12/5 725:44 65 0-4-1

TOTAL 12/5 725:44 65 0-4-1

Year GP/GS Min. Saves W-L-T

2004 2/1 11:55 0 0-0-0

TOTAL 2/1 11:55 0 0-0-0

Year GP/GS Min. Saves W-L-T

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High School… A 2005 graduate of Countryside HighSchool… in 2004, Batye led her team to be theNational Director’s Cup Region III Champions as wellas helping Countryside High School win the RegionalChampionship… as a junior, she was awarded teamcaptain and Sickles High School MVP…. member of theSuperclub Regional Finalist squad, District and Division3 Championship teams as well as 3v3 NationalChampionship and National Finalist lineups in 2003…Personal… Born February 21, 1987... daughter ofJondi and Martha Batye... majoring in psychology.

Meet the Bulldogs

High School… A 2005 graduate of Mount de SalesAcademy... earned four letters in soccer and crosscountry as well as one letter in swimming... as asenior, she was a member of the GISA-AAA all-region,all-state and all-star squads... part of the CGSA Select5v5 tournament champion team... led high schoolsquad in assists and second in scoring... Personal…Born July 21, 1987... daughter of Kenneth and TethelBrown... majoring in sports management andadministration.

High School… A 2005 graduate of Starr’s Mill HighSchool… team co-captain and tabbed Student-Athleteof the Week (5/13)… earned all-region and all-countyhonors in 2002… led team to all-area co-champions in2001 in region 4 AAAAA… Personal… BornSeptember 18, 1986… daughter of James andElizabeth Burke… majoring in business administration.

High School… A 2005 graduate Harnett Central HighSchool... earned four letters in soccer... tabbed soccermost valuable player as well as most versitile...Personal… Born December 2, 1986... daughter ofSteve and Nancy Byham... majoring in business.

High School… A 2005 graduate of Dutch Fork HighSchool… earned three letters in soccer… had 1.20goals against average and eight shutouts during 2004season… played for Columbia Soccer Club where shewas twice named Defensive Player of the Year…Personal… Born April 11, 1987… daughter of Markand Jackie Curran… majoring in criminal justice.

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High School… A 2005 graduate of Stratford HighSchool… three-time letterman in soccer… earned all-county and region honors… member of Goose CreekUnited Soccer state runner-up squad… Personal…Born November 10, 1986… daughter of Charles andSharon Haller… majoring in business.

High School… A 2005 graduate of West MorrisCentral High School... earned two letters in soccer andone in lacrosse... Personal… Born October 7,1986... daughter of Ralph and Kathy Di Fiore...majoring in biology.

On May 4, The Citadel’s Director of AthleticsLes Robinson along with Senior Woman AdministratorKelly Simpson announced that former WesternCarolina assistant coach Chris Lenzo had been namedThe Citadel’s second head women’s soccer coach.

Lenzo joins the Bulldogs after having spentfour seasons with the women’s program at WesternCarolina. During his tenure with the Catamounts,Lenzo helped lead the team to a 22-16-5 SouthernConference record, a Southern Conference regularseason championship in 2001, and worked primarilywith the defense in 2002, which gave up only six goalsin 10 conference matches and posted an 8-1-2record. Lenzo was heavily involved in technicaldevelopment and fitness training for the team, as wellas tending to administrative duties and recruiting.

In addition to his work at Western, Lenzo wasan active camp instructor at Duke, Furman andKentucky, while assisting former Catamount headcoach Debbie Hensley in directing Western Carolina’ssoccer camp. Lenzo holds a National “C” coachinglicense from the U.S. Soccer Federation and aGoalkeeping Level 1 Diploma from the National SoccerCoaches Association of America.

Lenzo earned his master’s in Sociology fromthe University of Georgia in 1999 as well as inAmerican Studies from the University of Alabama in1994. He received his bachelor’s degree in Englishfrom Drake University in 1992, where he was amember of the soccer team. A former forward,Lenzo also saw action at outside midfield and sweeper.

Lenzo grew up in Minnetonka, MN where hegraduated in 1988 from Minnetonka High School. Heis married to Volunteer Assistant Coach Dr. CandaceBoan of Roswell, Ga.

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Christine Moran begins her second season as aBulldog assistant coach. Moran assists in all aspects ofThe Citadel program, primarily working with thegoalkeepers.

Moran joined the Bulldog staff having spent timeas a coach for the Canisius Women’s Soccer Clinic andElmwood Franklin Elementary. She also brings experienceto the weight room as Moran was a floor trainer for theBuffalo Athletic Club.

A captain in 2003 as goalkeeper, Moran’s saveper game (7.31) with a .787 save percentage ranked16th in the nation among Division I schools and wasinvited to participate in the Infosport, Inc. Pro SoccerCombine. During her junior season she ranked third inDivision I with a 9.17 saves per game and 10th with 19single game saves. As starting goalkeeper, Moranearned defensive most valuable player and wasnominated for the school’s Female Athlete of the Year.

Moran graduated from Canisius in 2004 withBachelor of Science degree and is currently workingtowards her master’s degree from The Citadel’s Collegeof Graduate and Professional Studies.

Candace Boan enters her first season as anvolunteer assistant coach with The Citadel soccerteam. Boan will assist with all aspects of the program,but will be particularly involved with developing andimplementing a sports psychology program for theteam as well as contributing to team tactics andfitness development.

Krista Gruhn is in her first year as a graduateassistant with The Citadel’s Sports Medicine staff.Gruhn’s primary duites this year will be wtih women’ssoccer as well as assisting in the day-to-day activities inthe training room.

Gruhn acquired her bachelor’s in athletic trainingfrom Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD where sheworked with softball, women’s basketball, men’s la-crosse, men’s soccer and track and field. She alsoworked part time during the spring of 2005 as a certi-fied athletic trainer for both men’s and women’s tennis.

At William and Mary, Gruhn gained experiencewith football as she participated in an internship withthe Tribe.

A 2004 graduate of Salisbury University, Gruhnis originally from Amityville, NY. Gruhn is currentlyworking towards her master’s in health exercise sci-ence at The Citadel’s College of Graduate and Profes-sional Studies.

Boan holds a USSF National D License andcontinues to be active in soccer leagues as well asroad races.

Boan has spent the last six years as aprofessor of Psychology at Western CarolinaUniversity, a position she will retain this year bycommuting between Charleston and Cullowhee.

She graduated from the College of Charlestonwith a degree in Psychology in 1993 and completedher doctorate in School Psychology from the Universityof Alabama in 1998.

A native of Roswell, GA, Boan was a standoutin soccer, basketball, and softball at Pace Academy inAtlanta, GA. Boan is married to head coach ChrisLenzo.

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2005 Opponents

Location .................... Lexington, VANickname .......................... KeydetsColors .............. Red, White & YellowConference ..................... Big SouthHome Field .................. Patchin FieldHead Coach .............. Bryan WilliamsAlma Mater .... Washington & Lee ‘812004 Record .......................... 0-16Conference Record ................... 0-8Lettermen Returning/Lost ........ 10/4SID ..................... Christian HoffmanSID Phone ................ 540.464.7514SID Email ......... [email protected] ......... www.vmikeydets.com

VMI

Lexington, VaAugust 26, 4 pm

Location ....................High Point, NCNickname ......................... PanthersColors ..................... Purple & WhiteConference ..................... Big SouthHome Field ......... Albion Millis StadiumHead Coach ............ Michelle RaynerAlma Mater ....... Lincoln Memorial ‘012004 Record ....................... 11-8-1Conference Record ................ 4-4-0Lettermen Returning/Lost ........ 15/7SID ........................... Brian MorganSID Phone ................ 336.841.4605SID Email ... [email protected] www.highpointpanthers.com

High Point, NCAugust 28, 2 pm

Location ..................... Orangeburg, SCNickname .............................. BulldogsColors ............................ Garnet & BlueConference ................... IndependentHome FieldOliver C Dawson Bulldog StadiumHead Coach ....................... Amy OlsonAlma Mater ........................Howard ‘002004 Record ........................... 2-11-0Conference Record ....................... N/ALettermen Returning/Lost .............. 6/5SID ........................... Trevin GoodwinSID Phone .................... 803.516.4628SID Email ............ [email protected] .............www.scsu.edu/athletics

Orangeburg, SCSeptember 2, 3 pm

SC StateHigh PointLocation ...................... Farmville, VANickname ........................... LancersColors ........................ Blue & WhiteConference ................ IndependentHome Field ................... Lancer FieldHead Coach ................... Todd DyerAlma Mater ............... Longwood ‘932004 Record .......................... 5-13Conference Record .................. N/ALettermen Returning/Lost ........ 18/8SID ............................. Greg ProutySID Phone ................ 434.395.2097SID Email .. [email protected] . www.longwoodlancers.com

Longwood

Charleston, SCSeptember 3, 1 pm

CoastalCarolina

Location ...................... Conway, SCNickname .................... ChanticleersColors: Coastal Green, Bronze, BlackConference ..................... Big SouthHome Field ............ CCU Soccer FieldHead Coach .................. Karrie MillerAlma Mater .................... Erskine ‘902004 Record ....................... 7-11-2Conference Record ................ 2-5-1Lettermen Returning/Lost ........ 12/5SID ........................... Kent ReichertSID Phone ................ 843.349.2840SID Email ....... [email protected] ......www.GoCCUSports.com

Conway, SCSeptember 6, 7 pm

Location .................. San Marcos, TXNickname .......................... BobcatsColors ..................... Maroon & GoldConference ..................... SouthlandHome Field ... Bobcat Soccer ComplexHead Coach .................. Kat ConnerAlma Mater ........ Pacific Lutheran ‘912004 Record ..................... 13-10-0Conference Record ................ 8-4-0Lettermen Returning/Lost ........ 10/3SID ............................. Kelly CarterSID Phone ................ 512.245.2988SID Email ............ [email protected] ........ www.txstbobcats.com

Location ................... Charleston, SCNickname ..................... BuccaneersColors .......................... Blue & GoldConference ..................... Big SouthHome Field .............. CSU FieldhouseHead Coach ..................... Eric TerrillAlma Mater ..........Michigan State ‘872004 Record ....................... 8-10-3Conference Record ................ 3-3-2Lettermen Returning/Lost .......... 3/8SID ......................... Blake FreelandSID Phone ................ 843.863.7687SID Email ...... [email protected] ........... www.csusports.com

Charleston, SCSeptember 12, 4 pm

CharlestonSouthern

Nacogdoches, TXSeptember 16, 4:30 pm

TexasState

Location ............... Nacogdoches, TXNickname .................... LumberjacksColors ..................... Purple & WhiteConference ..................... SouthlandHome Field .. SFA Intramural ComplexHead Coach .................. Jaime FriasAlma Mater .... Centenary College ‘002004 Record ....................... 11-5-3Conference Record ................ 9-1-2Lettermen Returning/Lost ........ 14/7SID ............................ James DixonSID Phone ................ 936.468.4150SID Email ............ [email protected] .. sfajacks.collegesports.com

Nacogdoches, TXSeptember 18, 11 am

Stephen F.Austin

Location ..................... Greenville, SCNickname .................... Lady PaladinsColors ...................... Purple & WhiteConference ....................... SouthernHome Field: Eugene E. Stone, III Soccer StadiumHead Coach ................. Andrew BurrAlma Mater .................... Furman ‘912004 Record ........................ 14-9-0Conference Record ......... 9-2-0 (2nd)Lettermen Returning/Lost ......... 17/3SID .......................... Jordan CaskeySID Phone ................. 864.294.2376SID Email [email protected] .... www.frumanpaladins.com

Charleston, SCSeptember 25, 2 pm

FurmanLocation ................ Chattanooga, TNNickname ........................ Lady MocsColors .................... Navy & Old GoldConference ....................... SouthernHome Field .......... Max Finley StadiumHead Coach .................... J.D. KyzerAlma Mater ...... USC Spartanburg ‘852004 Record ........................ 12-5-1Conference Record ......... 7-3-1 (4th)Lettermen Returning/Lost ......... 12/4SID ........................... Anne WehuntSID Phone ................. 423.425.4618SID Email ..... [email protected] ...............www.GoMocs.com

Chattanooga, SCSeptember 30, 2 pm

ChattanoogaLocation ..........................Boone, NCNickname ................... MountaineersColors .......................... Black & GoldConference ....................... SouthernHome Field ......... ASU Soccer StadiumHead Coach ................. Ben PopoolaAlma Mater ................... Clemson ‘792004 Record ........................ 10-9-1Conference Record ......... 5-5-1 (6th)Lettermen Returning/Lost ......... 19/8SID ...................... Jonathan CaskeySID Phone ................. 828.262.7162SID Email .... [email protected] ................. www.goasu.com

Charleston, SCOctober 2, 3 pm

AppalachianState

Location ................... Statesboro, GANickname ............................. EaglesColors ......................... Blue & WhiteConference ....................... SouthernHome Field ...................... Eagle FieldHead Coach .................. Ashley HartAlma Mater ........... UNC Asheville ‘992004 Record ........................ 4-12-1Conference Record ....... 2-9-0 (11th)Lettermen Returning/Lost ........... 7/9SID ...............................Matt HorneSID Phone ................. 912.489.5918SID [email protected] .... www.georgiasoutherneagles.com

GeorgiaSouthern

Statesboro, GAOctober 5, 4 pm

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2005 Opponents

Location ..................... Davidson, NCNickname ........................... WildcatsColors .......................... Red & BlackConference ....................... SouthernHome Field ................ Alumni StadiumHead Coach ................. Greg AshtonAlma Mater . Texas-San Antonio ‘022004 Record ........................ 12-9-1Conference Record ......... 7-3-1 (5th)LettermenReturning/Lost .......... 19/3SID ............................. Lauren SantiSID Phone ................. 704.894.2815SID Email ........ [email protected] . www.davidson.edu/athletics

Davidson

Charleston, SCOctober 9, 4 pm

Location ................. Spartanburg, SCNickname ............................ TerriersColors .................... Old Gold & BlackConference ....................... SouthernHome Field ................... Snyder FieldHead Coach ...................... Amy KiahAlma Mater ................ Converse, ‘992004 Record .......................... 8-8-1Conference Record ................. 3-7-1Lettermen Returning/Lost ......... 18/5SID ............................ Travis WoodsSID Phone ................. 864.597.4092SID Email ....... [email protected] .. www.wofford.edu/athletics

Wofford

Spartanburg, SCOctober 13, 7 pm

Location .................... Cullowhee, NCNickname ..................... CatamountsColors ........................ Purple & GoldConference ....................... SouthernHome FieldCatamount Athletic ComplexHead Coach .......... Tammy DeCesareAlma Mater .................. Catawba ‘942004 Record ........................ 5-10-3Conference Record ......... 3-5-3 (8th)Lettermen Returning/Lost ......... 17/1SID ........................... Daniel HookerSID Phone ................. 828.227.2336SID Email ............ [email protected] .. www.catamountsports.com

Cullowhee, NCOctober 16, 2 pm

WesternCarolina

Location ............................. Elon, NCNickname ........................... PhoenixColors ...................... Maroon & GoldConference ....................... SouthernHome Field ...................... Rudd FieldHead Coach .................. Chris WebbAlma Mater ... North Carolina Wesleyan ‘962004 Record ........................ 5-12-1Conference Record ................. 4-6-1Lettermen Returning/Lost ......... 17/6SID ................................Chris RashSID Phone .................336.278.6712SID Email ................ [email protected] ....... www.elon.edu/athletics

Charleston, SCOctober 21, 6 pm

Elon

Location ................. Charleston, SCNickname ........................ CougarsColors ................. Maroon & WhiteConference .................... SouthernHome Field ............... Patriot’s PointHead Coach .......... Kevin DempseyAlma Mater ............... Catawba ‘932004 Record ..................... 12-5-3Conference Record ...... 7-2-2 (3rd)LettermenReturning/Lost ....... 17/4SID ...................... Simon WhitakerSID Phone .............. 843.953.5465SID Email [email protected] ........ www.cofcsports.com

Charleston, SCOctober 23, 1 pm

College ofCharleston

FloridaState

Location .................. Tallahassee, FLNickname ........................ SeminolesColors ...................... Garnet & GoldConference ............... Atlantic CoastHome Field: Seminole Soccer ComplexHead Coach .............. Mark KrikorianAlma Mater .... St. Anslem College ‘832004 Record ....................... 12-5-3Conference Record ........ 5-3-1 (3rd)Lettermen Returning/Lost ........ 12/8SID ........................ Elliot RinebloomSID Phone ................ 850.644.5656SID Email ... [email protected] ........... www.seminoles.com

Tallahassee, FLOctober 25, 7 pm

UNCG

Greensboro, NCOctober 28, 7 pm

Location ....................... Greensboro, NCNickname .............................. SpartansColors ............... Gold, White and NavyConference ........................... SouthernHome Field ......... UNCG Soccer StadiumHead Coach ............... Eddie RadwanskiAlma Mater ...........................UNCG ‘972004 Record ............................. 14-5-1Conference Record ................ 9-1-1 (1st)LettermenReturning/Lost ................ 21/4SID ............................. Jay D’AbramoSID Phone ....................... 336.207.2383SID Email .................................... TBAwebsite .............. www.uncgspartans.com

Lipscomb 0-0-1Longwood First MeetingMars Hill College 0-0-1Navy 0-1Niagara 0-1South Carolina State 4-0South Florida 0-1Southern Virginia 1-0Stephen F. Austin First MeetingTexas State First MeetingTroy State 0-2UNC Asheville 0-1UNC Greensboro 0-4UNC Wilmington 0-2VMI 1-0Western Carolina 0-4Winthrop 1-1Wofford 0-2

Akron 0-1Appalachian State 0-4Canisius College 0-0-1Charleston Southern First MeetingChattanooga 0-4Coastal Carolina 0-2Coker College 2-0College of Charleston 0-4Columbia College 1-0Converse College 1-1Davidson College 0-4Delaware State 1-0East Tennessee State 0-3-1Elon 0-2Florida State First MeetingFurman 0-4Gardner-Web 0-1Georgia Southern 0-4High Point 0-1

THE CITADEL VS. ALL OPPONENTS

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2004 In Review

The Citadel soccer team finished the 2004 seasonwith a 2-15-1 (0-10-1 SoCon) record. This yearmarked a 2-2 draw with Southern Conference rivalEast Tennessee State. The tie was the Bulldogs’ bestshowing against a Southern Conference opponentsince its 2001 inaugural season.

“We started the season really well,” said head soccercoach Megan Hjerling. “Then we got to the middle ofthe year and lost two key players for a few games.Defender Megan McAuliffe sat out the last third of theseason with an injury and Miriam Crawford missedgames battling injuries of her own.”

The Bulldogs’ two wins came back-to-back againstSouth Carolina State (8-1) and VMI (3-2) in lateSeptember. That same weekend, the Bulldogs foughtto a double overtime draw with East Tennessee State,2-2.

“We had a huge weekend when we played VMI andETSU back to back,” commented Hjerling. “Then wewent on to play Furman and Chattanooga, both ofwhich are two big guns in the Southern Conference.Playing Furman on the road and them coming hometo play Chattanooga, kind of hurt our morale.”

The junior class really stepped up this year as forwardLaurenMerchant wasthe top scorerwith eight goalsand threeassists tallying19 points. Twoof her eightscores weregame winners.Merchant wasalso the firstwomen’s soccerplayer at TheCitadel to benamed theSouthernConferencePlayer of theWeek afterrecording a hattrick against

S.C. State.Forward MiriamCrawford rackedup six points to bethe next topscorer with threegoals. DefenderJulie Austinrounded out thetop four with twogoals, one assist,five points, nineshots on goal anda .562 shot ongoal percentage.

Freshman MaggieBryan also had astandout year asshe started all 18games for the Bulldogs and solidified her place on thesquad being the third top scorer with two goals, oneassist, five points, 12 shots on goal and a .600 shoton goal percentage.

Goalkeepers junior Angie Ellenwood (9,903:01) andfreshman Brit Bunnell (725:44) shared time defendingthe Bulldog goal. As the leader, Ellenwood tallied 74saves with a .592 save percentage and was creditedwith both of The Citadel wins this season. Bunnell alsohad a solid performance as she ended with 65 savesand a .637 save percentage. Combined, the twogoalies averaged a .615 save percentage.

Three seniors also played their final season with TheCitadel soccer team. Shawna Hartman, Debbie Whiteand Kara Keiter were the last remaining players fromthe 2001 inaugural squad. Hartman netted two goalstallying up four points on the year while attempting 10shots on goal with a .556 shot on goal percentage.White also found the back of the net with a .500 shoton goal percentage, and Keiter tallied an assist on theseason finishing up with a .333 shot on goalpercentage.

“As a whole, the team played well,” stated Hjerling.“We played hard for 45 minutes but we needed toplay for 90. Our program is still very young and thatis what hurt us at the end of the day, but our teamwill continue to build and mature.”

Maggie Bryan

Lauren Merchant

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2004 Statistics

Date Opponent Result ScoreAug 27 High Point L 1-4Sept. 4 Akron L 0-1Sept. 5 Winthrop L 2-4Sept. 8 College of Charleston L 1-4Sept. 12 @ Troy L 0-5Sept. 18 South Carolina State W 8-1Sept. 24 VMI W 3-2Sept. 26 ETSU T (OT) 2-2Oct. 3 UTC L 0-5

Date Opponent Result ScoreOct. 1 @ Furman L 0-6Oct. 6 Georgia Southern L 2-3Oct. 8 @ Appalachian State L 0-8Oct. 13 @ Davidson L 0-12Oct. 17 Wofford L 2-3Oct. 21 @ Elon L 1-6Oct. 24 @ Navy L 0-8Oct. 29 @ Western Caroina L 1-8Oct 31 UCNG L 0-7

Player GP-GS Shots G A Pts. GW GP-GS Shots G A Pts.LAUREN MERCHANT 18-18 53 8 3 19 2 52-51 97 18 8 44MIRIAM CRAWFORD 13-4 19 3 0 6 0 40--13 46 9 1 19MAGGIE BRYAN 18-18 20 2 1 5 0 18-18 20 2 1 5JULIE AUSTIN 18-18 16 2 1 5 0 49-48 64 15 4 34SHAWNA HARTMAN 18-18 18 2 0 4 0 73-70 69 6 5 17HOLLI KNOX 17-17 12 2 0 4 0 34-32 19 2 0 4KELLY SHEEHY 18-17 18 1 1 3 0 35-33 27 4 2 10ANA MIRANDA 11-0 4 1 1 3 0 11-0 4 1 1 3ROSE RODRIGUEZ 18-13 9 1 0 2 0 70-59 29 4 4 12DEBBIE WHITE 18-18 6 1 0 2 0 72-67 28 3 4 10KELLY HASSELMAN 13-6 9 0 2 2 0 29-9 17 0 2 2KARA KEITER 17-3 3 0 1 1 0 62-39 15 0 3 3ALY WOODHEAD 18-18 4 0 0 0 0 18-18 4 0 0 0MEGAN MCAULIFFE 11-11 2 0 0 0 0 35-34 16 2 0 4CARMEN GRIFF 7-0 0 0 0 0 0 7-0 0 0 0 0RACHEL MONG 2-1 0 0 0 0 0 2-1 0 0 0 0ANGIE ELLENWOOD 15-13 0 0 0 0 0 33-23 0 0 0 0BRIT BUNNELL 12-5 0 0 0 0 0 12-5 0 0 0 0

Bulldog Totals 17-17 172 18 6 42 2Opponents 17-17 357 66 46 178 12

Goalkeepers GP-GS Min Sv GA GAA GP-GS Min Sv GA GAABRIT BUNNELL 12-5 725:44 65 37 4.59 12-5 725:44 65 37 4.59ANGIE ELLENWOOD 14-12 903:01 77 51 5.08 32-20 1891:48 167 107 5.09RACHEL MONG 2-0 11:55 0 1 7.55 2-0 11:55 0 1 7.55

Bulldog Totals 18 1640:40 142 89 4.88Opponents 18 1640:40 83 23 1.26

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2004 Career○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Overall Record: 2-15-1Southern Conference Record: 0-10-1

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2004 Southern Conference Review

CONFERENCE OVERALLSTANDINGS W L T Pts GF GA W L T Pct GF GA*#1 UNC Greensboro 9 1 1 28 28 6 14 5 1 .725 52 18#2 Furman 9 2 0 27 25 9 14 8 0 .636 48 35#3 Coll. of Charleston 7 2 2 23 20 7 12 5 3 .675 34 16#4 Chattanooga 7 3 1 22 25 8 12 5 1 .694 51 17#5 Davidson 7 3 1 22 24 10 12 9 1 .568 38 35#6 Appalachian State 5 5 1 16 22 18 10 9 1 .525 48 30#7 Elon 4 6 1 13 16 14 5 12 1 .306 21 34#8 Western Carolina 3 5 3 12 23 18 5 10 3 .361 29 37East Tennessee State 2 5 4 10 7 15 5 8 4 .412 16 24Wofford 3 7 1 10 10 21 8 8 1 .500 26 28Georgia Southern 2 9 0 6 9 28 4 12 1 .265 14 39The Citadel 0 10 1 1 9 64 2 15 1 .139 23 89#-seeding in conference tournament*-regular season champion

2004 Final SoCon Women’s Soccer Standings

2004 Players of the WeekAugust 27 Diana Jallo, ChattanoogaSeptember 7 Austin Somers, WoffordSeptember 14 Diana Jallo, ChattanoogaSeptember 21 Lauren Merchant, The CitadelSeptember 28 Megan Chismark, ChattanoogaOctober 5 Austin Somers, WoffordOctober 12 Sara Prendergast, ETSUOctober 19 Teryn Shuetz, College of CharlestonOctober 26 Amy Carnell, UNC GreensboroNovember 2 Breland Meany, Appalachian State

Kristin Rhyne, College of Charleston

2004 Players of the Month

September Diana Jallo, ChattanoogaOctober Deven Beachum, UNC Greensboro

First TeamF-Amy Carnell, UNCG

F-Kara Koehrn, DavidsonF-Diana Jallo, Chattanooga

F-Kristin Rhyne, College of CharlestonMF-Rakel Logadottir, UNCG

MF-Katt Kelley, FurmanMF-Tara Marker, FurmanD-April Raymer, Furman

D-Claire Wigfall, College of CharlestonD-Shannon Donovan, UNCGGK-Sara Hobart, Davidson

Second TeamF-Nicky Darling, Furman

F-Deven Beachum, UNCGF-Stephanie Svoboda, WCU

MF-Nicole Blume, College of CharlestonMF-Nicollette DeLaine, UNCG

MF-Megan Chismark, ChattanoogaMF-Erin Ashton, ETSU

D-Mallory Bramlett, WoffordD-Nancy Haskell, Davidson

D-Sydney Strong, College of CharlestonGK-Breland Meany, Appalachian State

Player of the Year: Freshman of the Year: Amy Carnell, UNC Greensboro Karla Davis, UNC Greensboro

Coach of the Year:Greg Ashton, Davidson

2004 All-Conference Teams

SAVES## Player-Team G P No. Avg/G

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------1.Laura-Ashley Harris-GSU .......... 13 97 7.462.Sarah Hobart-DAV ................... 22 93 4.233.Andie Hinshaw-FUR ................. 21 89 4.244.Kara Zagol-ELON ..................... 17 80 4.715.Austin Somers-WOF ................. 17 79 4.65 Breland Meany-ASU. ................ 17 79 4.657.Angie Ellenwood-CIT ........ 1 4 7 7 5.508.Alesha Row-WCU .................... 16 74 4.629.Christine Parks-ETSU ............... 12 71 5.9210.Stacey Matthiessen-UTC ........ 18 69 3.83

ASSISTS## Player-Team G P No. Avg/G

------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.Rakel Logadottir-UNCG ............ 20 15 0.752.Megan Chismark-UTC .............. 18 13 0.723.Maya Peel-UTC ....................... 18 12 0.674.Nicollette DeLaine-UNCG ......... 20 11 0.555.Tara Marker-FUR ..................... 22 8 0.366.Tina Longo-ELON ..................... 17 7 0.41 Jill Parsons-ASU ....................... 20 7 0.35 Dana Murphy-ASU ................... 20 7 0.35 Whitney Southard-ASU ............. 20 7 0.3510.Jessica Connett-WOF ............. 16 6 0.38 Diana Jallo-UTC ....................... 18 6 0.33 Tirza Ridgely-UTC .................... 18 6 0.33 Deven Beachum-UNCG ............ 20 6 0.30 Kat Kelley-FUR ........................ 21 6 0.29 Kara Koehrn-DAV ..................... 22 6 0.27

GOALS## Player-Team G P No. Avg/G

---------------------------------------------------------------------------1.Diana Jallo-UTC ..................... 18 13 0.722.Deven Beachum-UNCG ......... 20 12 0.603.Amy Carnell-UNCG ............... 19 11 0.58 Kara Koehrn-DAV ................... 22 11 0.505.Andre'a Morrison-FUR ............ 17 9 0.53 Stephanie Svoboda-WCU ........ 17 9 0.53 Elfa Erlingsdottir-UTC ............. 18 9 0.50 Jennifer Rudy-ASU ................. 20 9 0.45 Dana Murphy-ASU ................. 20 9 0.4510.Lauren Merchant-CIT .. 1 8 8 0.44 Whitney Southard-ASU ........... 20 8 0.40

POINTS ## Player-Team G P Goals Ast. Pts. Avg/G--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.Diana Jallo-UTC .................. 18 13 6 32 1.782.Deven Beachum-UNCG ....... 20 12 6 30 1.503.Kara Koehrn-DAV ................ 22 11 6 28 1.274.Amy Carnell-UNCG ............. 19 11 5 27 1.42 Rakel Logadottir-UNCG ......... 20 6 15 27 1.356.Dana Murphy-ASU ............... 20 9 7 25 1.257.Whitney Southard-ASU ......... 20 8 7 23 1.158.Andre'a Morrison-FUR .......... 17 9 4 22 1.29 Elfa Erlingsdottir-UTC ............ 18 9 4 22 1.22 Maya Peel-UTC ..................... 18 5 12 22 1.22

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The Southern Conference

The Southern Conference was formed on February 25, 1921 ata meeting in Atlanta, Ga. Fourteen institutions from the 30-memberSouthern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) reorganized as theSouthern Conference. Those charter members included Alabama, Auburn,Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, MississippiState, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, VirginiaTech and Washington & Lee. Athletic competition began in the fall of1921.

In 1922, six more schools - Florida, Louisiana State,Mississippi, South Carolina, Tulane and Vanderbilt - joined the fold. Ayear later, the University of the South joined the ranks. Virginia MilitaryInstitute became a member in 1924 and Duke University came into thefold in 1929.

Since then, conference membership has experienced a series ofmembership changes with 42 institutions having been affiliated with theleague. The league has undergone two major transitions during its history.

The first occurred in December 1932 when the SoutheasternConference was formed out of the 23-school Southern Conference. Theleague’s 13 members west and south of the Appalachian Mountainsreorganized to help reduce the extensive travel demands that werepresent in the league at the time. In 1936, the Southern Conferenceinvited The Citadel, William & Mary, Davidson, Furman, Richmond andWake Forest to join the membership.

The second major shift happened in 1953 when Clemson,Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolinaand Wake Forest officially withdrew from the league to form the AtlanticCoast Conference. This change was brought about due to the desire ofmany of those schools to schedule a greater number of regular seasonbasketball games against their local rivals.

Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership thatspans four Southeastern states. Current league members are AppalachianState, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman,Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Western Carolina andWofford. The most recent addition, Elon University, joined the SouthernConference on July 1, 2003. The Phoenix replaced Virginia MilitaryInstitute which left the conference on June 30, 2003.

Prior to Elon, the most recent expansion had taken place inDecember 1995 when three schools were approved for admission:College of Charleston, UNC Greensboro and Wofford. UNC Greensboroand Wofford began competing in the league in 1997-98 and College ofCharleston entered the league during the 1998-99 season.

The newest change which took place in the summer of 2005came when East Tennessee State left the conference leaving the leaguewith only 11 teams.

Founded .......................................................................... Feb. 26, 1921

Commissioner ............................................................................... TBA

Senior Associate Commissioner/External Affairs ............... Geoff Cabe

Asst. Commissioner/Compliance & Student Services ......... Doug King

Assoc. Commissioner/Internal Affairs ............................... Sue Arakas

Assoc. Commissioner/Public Affairs ........................ Bryan McGowan

Asst. Commissioner/Marketing ......................................... Pete Moore

Chair, Council of Presidents ........... Dr. Bernjamin Dunlap (Wofford)

President .................................. Dr. William Sharbrough (The Citadel)

Vice President ............................... Bill Moore (College of Charleston)

Coordinator of Football Officials ........................................ Don Lucas

Southern ConferenceQuick Facts

SOUTHERN CONFERENCEMEMBERS

Alabama ................................................. 1921-1932Appalachian State ............................ 1971-presentAuburn ................................................... 1921-1932College of Charleston ...................... 1998-presentChattanooga ..................................... 1976-presentThe Citadel ....................................... 1936-presentClemson ................................................. 1921-1953Davidson ....................... 1936-1988, 1991-presentDuke ...................................................... 1928-1953East Carolina .......................................... 1964-1976East Tennessee State .............................. 1978-2005Elon ................................................... 2003-presentFlorida ................................................... 1922-1932Furman ............................................. 1936-presentGeorge Washington ................................ 1936-1970Georgia .................................................. 1921-1932Georgia Southern ............................. 1991-presentGeorgia Tech .......................................... 1921-1932Kentucky ............................................... 1921-1932Louisiana State ....................................... 1922-1932Marshall ................................................. 1976-1997Maryland ................................................ 1921-1953Mississippi .............................................. 1922-1932Mississippi State ..................................... 1921-1932North Carolina ....................................... 1921-1953North Carolina Greensboro ............ 1997-presentNorth Carolina State ............................... 1921-1953Richmond ............................................... 1936-1976South Carolina ........................................ 1922-1953Tennessee .............................................. 1921-1932Tulane .................................................... 1922-1932University of the South ............................ 1922-1932Vanderbilt .............................................. 1922-1932Virginia ................................................... 1921-1937Virginia Military Institute ......................... 1924-2003Virginia Tech .......................................... 1921-1956Washington & Lee .................................. 1921-1958Wake Forest .......................................... 1936-1953West Virginia .......................................... 1950-1968Western Carolina ............................ 1976-presentWilliam & Mary ...................................... 1936-1977Wofford ............................................ 1997-present

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The Citadel Record Book

INDIVIDUAL CAREERRECORDS

Points

Kelly Pesterfield (01-03) ......... 58Lauren Merchant (02-pres) 44Julie Austin (02-pres) ........ 34Miriam Crawford (02-pres) 19Shawna Hartman (2001-04) .... 17

Goals

Kelly Persterfield (01-03) ........ 28Lauren Merchant (02-pres) 18Julie Austin (02-pres) ........ 15Miriam Crawford (02-pres) 9Shawna Hartman (2001-04) .... 6

Assists

Lauren Merchant (02-pres) 8Shawna Hartman (01-04) ....... 5Rose Rodriquez (01-04) .......... 4Julie Austin (02-pres) ........ 4Sydney LaQuey (2002) ........... 4

Shots on Goal

Kelly Pesterfield (01-03) ......... 93Lauren Merchant (02-pres) 51Julie Austin (02-pres) ........ 37Shawna Hartman (01-04) ....... 36Rose Rodriguez (01-04) .......... 19

GOALKEEPING CAREERRECORDs

Saves

Jessica Walters (2001) ........... 182Angie Ellenwood (02-pres) 164Martha Skinner (02-03) .......... 127Brit Bunnell (04-pres) ........ 65Rose Rodriguez (01-04) .......... 63

Wins

Angie Ellenwood (02-04) ........ 3Jessica Walters (2001) ........... 3Martha Skinner (02-03) .......... 2

SINGLE GAME RECORDS

Points

31 vs. Delaware St. 11/01/02

Goals

12 vs. Delaware St. ............ 11/01/02

Assists

7 vs. Delaware St. ............. 11/01/02

Shots

39 vs. S.C. State ................ 10/22/0339 vs. S.C. State ................ 09/18/04

Saves

23 vs. UNCG ...................... 10/28/0123 vs. UNCG ...................... 10/20/02

Fouls

29 vs. ETSU ...................... 09/26/04

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points

Julie Austin vs. Delaware St. ...... 9

Goals

Miriam Crawford vs. Delaware St.4Kelly Pesterfield vs. S.C. State .... 4

Assists

Debbie White at Delaware St. ..... 3

Shots

Lauren Merchant vs. S.C. State .. 12

Saves

Martha Skinner vs. UNCG ........... 23

Points

2002 ................................. 982004 ................................. 562001 ................................. 442003 ................................. 42

Goals

2002 ................................. 382004 ................................. 232001 ................................. 192003 ................................. 18

Assists

2002 ................................. 222004 ................................. 102001 .................................. 62003 .................................. 6

Shots on Goal

2004 ............................... 1062002 ................................. 982003 ................................. 932001 ................................. 84

GOALKEEPING SEASONRECORDS

Saves

2001 ............................... 1972002 ............................... 1462004 ............................... 1392003 ............................... 129

Wins

2002 .................................. 32001 .................................. 32003 .................................. 22004 .................................. 2

SEASON RECORDS

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All-Time Games

2001Record: 3-18-0, 0-10-0 SoConHead Coach: Megan Hjerling

W Columbia 4-0L South Florida 1-7L at Jacksonville 0-2W at South Carolina State 4-2L UNCW 1-6L Wofford* 0-5W at Coker College 2-0L Davidson* 1-10L Converse 0-1L at UNC Asheville 2-10L Appalacahian State* 0-4L at Gardner-Web 0-7L at Coastal Carolina 0-9L UNC Greensboro* 0-10L Furman* 0-8L at College of Charleston* 0-9L ETSU* 0-6L at Georgia Southern* 0-9L at Chattanooga* 1-5L at Western Carolina* 2-8L High Point 1-4

*Southern Conference MatchBold indicates first game victory

2002Record: 5-11-2, 0-10-0 SoConHead Coach: Megan Hjerling

L at UNC Wilmington 1-7L at Davidson* 0-6L College of Charleston* 1-6L Georgia Southern* 1-6W at Converse College 4-1L at Wofford* 0-9T at Mars Hill College 2-2W Southern Virginia 3-2W South Carolina State 4-1L at Furman* 0-9W Coker College 7-0L at Appalachian State* 0-3L at East Tennessee St* 1-7T Lipscomb 1-1L at UNC Greensboro* 0-2L Chattanooga* 1-2L Western Carolina* 0-5W at Delaware State 12-0

*Southern Conference Match

2004Record: 2-15-1, 0-10-1 SoConHead Coach: Megan Hjerling

L High Point 1-4L Akron 0-1L Winthrop 2-4L College of Charleston* 1-4L at Troy 0-5W South Carolina State 8-1W VMI 3-2T ETSU* 2-2L Chattanooga* 0-5L at Furman* 0-6L Georgia Southern* 2-3L at Appalachian State* 0-8L at Davidson* 0-12L Wofford* 2-3L at Elon* 1-6L at Navy 0-8L at Western Carolina* 1-8L UNC Greensboro* 0-7

*Southern Conference Match

2003Record: 2-14-1, 0-11-0 SoConHead Coach: Megan Hjerling

W at Winthrop 3-2L Furman* 0-5T at Canisius 1-1L at Niagra 3-4L Coastal 0-1L Tennessee State 4-5L at UNC Greensboro* 0-7L Elon* 0-3L at ETSU* 0-6L at Chattanooga* 0-5L ASU* 1-5L at Georgia Southern* 0-4L Davidson* 0-5W at SC State 6-0L at Wofford* 0-2L at College of Charleston* 0-6L Western Carolina* 0-5

*Southern Conference Match

Julie Austin

Megan McAuliffe

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Administration

The Citadel Board of Visitors announced June 19 thatthey have selected Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr. to be thecollege’s 19th president subject to his release from activeduty. Rosa, a member of the Class of 1973, is currentlyserving as the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academyin Colorado Springs.

“I am extremely honored to be selected as theCitadel’s next president and I sincerely appreciate The CitadelBoard of Visitors’ vote of confidence in me,” Rosa said of hisappointment. “Donna and I are excited about the prospects ofreturning to Charleston and taking on the challenges ofrunning this great institution.”

“It goes without saying, however, that – pending myrelease from active duty — we will truly miss the outstanding

men and women of our Air Force family with whom we’vehad the privilege to serve for more than 32 years. But, it’stime to move on and I can’t think of a better place to beginthe next chapter in our lives than in Charleston and at myalma mater.”

Rosa, who was the Bulldogs’ starting quarterback in1970 and went on to earn three varsity football letters, willsucceed Maj. Gen. John S. Grinalds who left The Citadel onAug.1. The Board of Visitors named Brigadier General RogerClifton Poole, a business professor and former vice presidentfor academic affairs, to serve as interim president until Rosaarrives.

Rosa, 53, took over as superintendent of the AirForce Academy in July of 2003. A command pilot with morethan 3600 flying hours, Rosa was commissioned in the AirForce in 1973 after graduating from The Citadel with a B.S. inbusiness administration. He holds a master’s degree in publicadministration from Golden State University and hascompleted programs at Harvard, the U.S. Army War College,the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and theAir Command and Staff College.

Board of Visitors Chairman Billy Jenkinson praisedRosa’s credentials. “With his first-hand knowledge of thecollege and his vast leadership experience, John Rosa is theideal person to be our next president,” Jenkinson said.

At a school where leadership is taught and duty is partof the curriculum, The Citadel has the right person to lead itsDepartment of Athletics in Les Robinson. A virtual Who’s Whoin intercollegiate athletics and one of the region’s most sought-after speakers, Robinson begins his fifth year as the Bulldogs’Director of Athletics.

Possessing more than four decades of college athleticexperience to his credit, Robinson, who also served as athleticsdirector and basketball coach at North Carolina State and EastTennessee State, is only the fifth athletics director in Citadelhistory. He served as the Bulldogs’ basketball coach from 1974-85, having spent the five previous seasons as an assistant coach.

In his first four years leading The Citadel’s athleticsprogram, Robinson’s skills as a proven fund-raiser have alreadybenefited The Citadel Brigadier Foundation.

During the past four years, the school witnessed theopening of the Altman Athletic Center at Johnson Hagood Sta-dium and the addition to McAlister Field House for women’sathletics.

The Citadel, under Robinson’s guidance, has hosted theSouthern Conference cross-country championships, the first two

rounds of the women’s basketball championships, the men’sand women’s tennis championships and the baseball tourna-ment.

A 1965 graduate of N.C. State, Robinson served fiveyears as a Bulldog assistant coach under Dick Campbell andGeorge Hill, and eventually spent 11 seasons as The Citadel’shead basketball coach from 1974-85. He directed the 1978-79and 1984-85 teams to 20 and 18 victories, respectively. Robinsonwas named the Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year in 1979and was tabbed South Carolina’s Coach-of-the-Year in 1979 and1985.

Following his tenure at The Citadel, Robinson becamethe head basketball coach at East Tennessee State, where hecoached the Buccaneers for five years increasing their win total(7-14-20-27) each year.

The West Virginia native remains the only coach inSouthern Conference men’s basketball history to earn leaguecoach-of-the-year honors at two different schools, and he ranksfifth on the conference’s list of basketball wins.

Robinson is in his seventh year serving on the presti-gious NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, one of theNCAA’s most influential committees. The Committee is respon-sible for site selection for each round of the NCAA Division Imen’s basketball championships.

Robinson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in edu-cation and recreation from N.C. State in 1965 and added amaster’s degree in education and guidance from Western Caro-lina in 1969.

Robinson is married to the former Barbara Simon ofSt. Albans, WV. The Robinsons, who have maintained a homeon Sullivan’s Island since coaching at The Citadel, have fourchildren and eight grandchildren.

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