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Trevecca Nazarene University Womens Soccer Media Guide www.trevecca.edu

  • (Game times are listed as Central Time and subject to change). Check www.tnutrojans.com for updates

    AUGUST30 Tues Truett-McConnell 5:00 PM TREVECCA

    SEPTEMBER1 Thurs Covenant College 6:00 PM Lookout Mtn., Tenn.3 Sat Reinhardt College 2:00 PM TREVECCA6 Tues Georgetown College 5:00 PM Georgetown, Ky. Mount Vernon Nazarene Invitational Mount Vernon, Ohio9 Fri Mount Vernon Nazarene 3:00 PM10 Sat Olivet Nazarene 2:00 PM14 Wed Bryan College 6:30 PM Dayton, Tenn.16 Fri Asbury College 6:00 PM TREVECCA20 Tues St. Catharine 2:00 PM St. Catharine, Ky.23 Fri Tennessee Wesleyan 6:00 PM TREVECCA

    OCTOBER4 Tues Martin Methodist 5:00 PM Pulaski, Tenn.6 Thurs Bethel University 3:00 PM McKenzie, Tenn.15 Sat Lyon College 12:30 PM TREVECCA18 Tues Cumberland University 5:00 PM TREVECCA21 Fri Freed-Hardeman 5:00 PM TREVECCA28 Fri Union University 5:00 PM Jackson, Tenn.

    NOVEMBER1 Tues Campbellsville University * 6:00 PM TREVECCA

    * Senior Night Home Games are in BOLD

    Head Coach: Brett Armstrong (5th)Asst. Coaches: Mark Foster (2nd) & Scott Davidson (2nd)

  • # Name Hgt Year Pos Hometown High School/Previous School00 Rebekah Headrick 5-8 JR GK Hendersonville, Tenn. Aaron Academy0 Kathleen Farris 5-3 FR GK Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven Senior HS1 Neira Ahmespahic 5-4 JR GK Nashville, Tenn. Nashville School of Arts/Lambuth Univ.2 Alex Hammond 5-5 FR MF/F Oak Park, Ill. Oak Park River Forrest HS3 Hannah Squires 5-7 FR MF Ooltewah, Tenn. Silverdale Baptist Academy4 Justine Forth 5-3 SR MF Ajax, Ontario Denis OConnor Catholic School5 Jessica Porter 5-3 JR D Columbia, Tenn. Spring Hill HS6 Taylor Beaulieu 5-8 JR MF/F Smyrna, Tenn. Ezell Harding Christian Academy7 Erica Carroll 5-7 SO D Ringgold, Ga. Silverdale Baptist Academy8 Mackenzie Cox 5-6 SO D Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS9 Mandy Nuckols 5-6 FR D/MF Springboro, Ohio Springboro HS10 Audra Fullen 5-7 SO MF Nolensville, Tenn. Ravenwood HS11 Lanie Foutch 5-8 SO D Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS12 Aubrey Black 5-7 SO D/MF Franklin, Tenn. Independence HS14 Kayla VanEs 5-8 JR MF/F Gallatin, Tenn. Hendersonville HS15 Lindsey Robinson 5-7 JR MF Atlanta, Ga. Veritas Academy/Bryan College16 Jordan Ponto 5-6 FR D/MF Bradenton, Fla. Bradenton Christian School17 Heather Halstead 5-8 SR MF/F Columbia, Tenn. Spring Hill HS18 Audrey Robinson 5-8 SO D Atlanta, Ga. Veritas Academy19 Chelsea Abney 5-3 FR MF Clarksville, Tenn. Northwest HS20 Brooke Gann 5-4 FR MF/F Chattanooga, Tenn. East Ridge HS21 Kate Worley 5-7 JR D Maumee, Ohio Toledo Christian HS23 Ryan Alosi 5-7 FR MF Ooltewah, Tenn. Silverdale Baptist Academy28 Brittany Wilkerson 5-5 SO MF/F Westchester, Ohio Lakota West HS/Lee University

    Head Coach: Brett Armstrong Assistant Coaches: Scott Davidson and Mark Foster Trainer: Stephanie Scott

    TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY2011-2012 WOMENS SOCCER ROSTER

    TRANSOUTH SCHOLAR-ATHLETE:

    (8) Taylor Beaulieu Jessica PorterLindsey RobinsonKayla VanEs

    Kate WorleyMegan ArnettAubree ThomasLindsey Robinson

    TRANSOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: (1) Kayla VanEs (9/27)

    TRANSOUTH ALL-CONFERENCE:(1) Second Team Kate Worley

    TRANSOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: (2) Neira Ahmespahic (9/27, 10/4)

    BRETT ARMSTRONG tied the Trevecca womens soccer record win his 20th career win in 2010.

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    QUICK FACTSLocation: Nashville, TennesseeNickname: TrojansColors: Purple, WhiteField: Trevecca Soccer Complex Conference: TranSouth (www.transouth.org)National Affiliation: NAIA (www.naia.org)Founded: 1901Enrollment: 2,500President: Dan Boone, D.Min. (Trevecca)Athletic Director: Mark Elliott (Vanderbilt)

    Head Coach: Brett Armstrong (Presbyterian)Head Coach Contact: 615.248.1724 barmstrong@trevecca.edu Head Coach Fax: 615.248.1565Record at Trevecca: 20-48-3 (fifth year)Record in TranSouth: 6-18-2 (fifth year)Overall Record: 20-48-3 (fifth year)High School Record: 263-117-28 (Christ Presbyterian)

    Trevecca All-time: 57-126-9 (11 years)Trevecca TranSouth All-time: 18-45-2 (11 years)2010-2011 Record: 4-11-22010-2011 TranSouth: 1-4-1 (7th of 7)

    Media Relations: Gregory S. Ruff (Trevecca)Media Relations Phone: 615.248.1606Media Relations Fax: 615.248.1565Media Relations email: gruff@trevecca.eduMedia Relations Graduate Assistant: Steve Ulrey (Indiana)Media Relations GA Phone: 615.248.1623Media Relations GA email: sulrey@trevecca.edu

    Trevecca Athletics Website: www.tnutrojans.comTranSouth Website: www.transouth.orgStatistics Website (DakStats): www.dakstats.com/naia

    Key ReturnersJustine Forth 5-3 SR MF Ajax, OntarioHeather Halstead 5-8 SR MF/F Columbia, Tenn.Taylor Beaulieu 5-8 JR D/MF Smyrna, Tenn.Neira Ahmespahic 5-4 JR GK Nashville, Tenn.Bekah Headrick 5-7 JR GK Hendersonville, Tenn.Jessica Porter 5-3 JR D Columbia, Tenn.Kayla VanEs 5-7 JR MF Gallatin, Tenn.Kate Worley 5-7 JR D Maumee, OhioLindsey Robinson 5-6 JR M Atlanta, Ga.Erica Carroll 5-8 SO D Chattanooga, Tenn.Mackenzie Cox 5-6 SO D Hendersonville, Tenn.Audra Fullen 5-8 SO MF Nolensville, Tenn.Lanie Foutch 5-8 SO MF Hendersonville, Tenn.Aubrey Black 5-7 SO D Franklin, Tenn.Audrey Robinson 5-7 SO D Atlanta, Ga.

    Requests for interviews, photos, and other information are welcome. Arrangements should be made through the Office of Sports Information.

    CONTENTSRoster ......................................................................... IFC Quick Facts..................................................................... 1 Athletic Support Staff ...................................................... 2 TNU Facts & Welcome .................................................. 3 TranSouth & NAIA History .............................................. 4 Media Outlets ................................................................. 4 Directions........................................................................ 5 Trojans on the Web ........................................................ 5 2010-11 Review .............................................................. 6 2011-12 Preview ............................................................. 6 Head Coach.................................................................... 8 Assistant Coaches .......................................................... 9 Seniors ......................................................................... 10 Underclassmen............................................................. 12Statistics ....................................................................... 20Opponents Quick Facts ............................................... 21Coachs History ............................................................ 27Success Career Records.............................................. 28Season Stats ................................................................ 29Results.......................................................................... 30Advertisements ............................................................. 31

    Newcomers Brittany Wilkerson 5-5 SO MF/F West Chester, OhioKathleen Farris 5-3 FR GK Winter Haven, Fla.Alex Hammond 5-5 FR MF/F Oak Park, Ill.Hannah Squires 5-7 FR MF Ooltewah, Tenn.Mandy Nuckols 5-7 FR D/MF Springboro, OhioJordan Ponto 5-6 FR D/MF Bradenton, Fla.Brooke Gann 5-4 FR MF/F Chattanooga, Tenn.Ryan Alosi 5-7 FR MF Ooltewah, Tenn.Chelsea Abney 5-3 FR MF Clarksville, Tenn.

    Losses Aubree Thomas 5-5 SR MF Englewood, OhioCarissa Ulmet 5-5 SR D Lemont, Ill.Danyelle Martin 5-2 SR D Fairview, Tenn.Megan Arnett 5-5 SR MF Waco, Ky.

    TO THE MEDIA

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    Fran ParhamAthletic Secretary

    EDITORS: Gregory Ruff, Steve Ulrey COPY EDITORS: Jan Greathouse, Elizabeth Streight, Brett ArmstrongPHOTOGRAPHY: Gregory Ruff, Elizabeth Streight, Patty Halstead PRINTING: Multiad

    GRAPHIC DESIGN: The A Group, Micah Kandros Design, Rick Hill, Trevor Lubiens

    Jayme CrowleyAssistant AD

    Steve HarrisAssociate Provost and

    Dean of Students

    Mark Elliott Athletic Director

    CREDITS

    Larry KnightCompliance Officer

    Stephanie ScottAthletic Trainer

    Steve UlreySports Information

    Jared WhiteHead Athletic Trainer

    Ben ClevelandAthletic Trainer

    Gregory RuffMedia Relations

    Director

    Damon Petty, M.D.Team Physician

    Greg RunyanFaculty Representative

    ATHLETIC STAFF

  • WELCOME TO TREVECCAThe motto of Trevecca Nazarene University is Esse Quam Videri, and it means To Be Rather than to Seem. In some venues you can fake it. Not in athletics. Competition reveals who you really are. Discipline shows. Practice becomes obvious.

    At Trevecca we believe in doing the hard work required to be people of integrity. As a Christian university, Treveccas goal is to give the world graduates of integrity whose moral values are solid under pressure. We develop scholar-athletes who desire to be rather than to seem.

    President

    The beautiful campus of Trevecca Nazarene University

    The vibrant city of Nashville, Tennessee

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    Trevecca has been a proud member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) since it began its intercollegiate program in 1969. This will be the final year for Trevecca as a member of the NAIA. Trevecca applied for membership with the NCAA Division II in June of 2010. In July of 2011 the NCAA accepted Trevecca into candidacy status for NCAA Division II membership. www.naia.org

    Trevecca was an inaugural member of the TranSouth Athletic Conference (TSAC) in 1996. The 2011-2012 season will be the final year for Trevecca in the TSAC. Trevecca is one of nine current members of the conference. Trevecca has enjoyed its affiliation with the TranSouth which has provided a high level of competition for all of the Trojan athletic teams. www.transouth.org

    LOCAL MEDIA

    The TennesseanMike Organ615-259-8010 Fax: 615-259-8826morgan@tennessean.com tnsports@tennessean.com

    WTVF Channel 5Mike Rogers Steve Layman615-248-5285 Fax: 615-244-9883sports@newschannel5.com

    WKRN Channel 2Cory Curtis Joe Dubin Dawn Davenport 615-248-7240 Fax: 615-248-7329ccurtis@wkrn.com jdubin@wkrn.com sports@wkrn.com

    WSMV Channel 4Rudy Kalis Chris Harris615-353-2235 Fax: 615-353-2343rkalis@wsmv.com charris@wsmv.com

    WZTV Channel 17Paul Jones Dan Phillips Dave Foster615-369-1717 Fax: 615-369-3288sports@fox17.com pauljones@fox17.com

    WGFX 104.5 FMChad Withrow Kevin IngramBrent Dougherty615-737-1045 Fax: 615-259-1271chad@1045thezone.com wakeup@1045thezone.combrent@1045thezone.com

    WNSR 560 AMGreg Pogue Thom Abraham615-844-5600 sportspage@wnsr.comthom@thomabraham.com

    Daily News JournalMonte Hale, Jr.615-278-5170 Fax: 615-893-5592hale@dnj.com

    Associated PressTeresa Walker615-373-9988 Fax: 615-373-0947 apnashville@ap.org

    Nashville City PaperDavid Boclair615-301-9231 Fax: 615-298-2780dboclair@nashvillecitypaper.com

    Beginning with the 2011-2012 athletic season, Trevecca will participate in the National Christian College Athletic Associations (NCCAA) postseason national champion-ships. Trevecca is excited about its renewed affiliation with the NCCAA. www.nccaa.org

    102.5 The GameDarren McFarland Aaron Solomon615.737.1025

    TREVECCA AFFILIATIONS

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    DIRECTIONS TO TREVECCAFrom the North (Louisville I-65)Continue on I-65 to I-40 East, exit right onto Fesslers Lane (Exit 212), right on Murfreesboro Road, 4 blocks to campus entrance on left.

    From the North (St. Louis I-24)Continue on I-24 to I-40 East, exit right onto Fesslers Lane (Exit 212) right on Murfreesboro Road, 4 blocks to campus entrance on left.

    From the East (Knoxville I-40)Exit Spence Lane (Exit 213), left on Spence Lane toMurfreesboro Road, right on Murfreesboro Road, 1.7 milesto campus entrance on left.

    From the East (Chattanooga I-24)Exit Murfreeesboro Road (Exit 52), left on Murfreesboro Road, 1.7 miles to campus entrance on left.

    From the West (Memphis I-40)Continue on I-40 to I-440 East to Murfreesboro Road (Exit 52), left on Murfreesboro Road, 1.7 miles to campusentrance on left.

    From the South (Birmingham I-65)Continue on I-65 to I-440 East to Murfreesboro Road (Exit 52), left on Murfreesboro Road, 1.7 miles to campus en-trance on left.

    Also follow the Trojans on Facebook and Twitter:www.facebook.com/tnutrojanswww.twitter.com/tnusports

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    IN THE FOURTH SEASON of Brett Armstrongs coaching career at Trevecca, the program moved forward despite those ever elusive tangible wins to demonstrate completely, the programs growth.

    The 2010 season saw his team take another step in its progression toward being competitive with the upper-echelon teams in the TranSouth conference. Unfortunately, that goal failed to materialize in the win column, when the Trojans produced a 4-11-2 season, which included a 1-4-1 mark in conference play.

    The season started off on a solid note with a 1-1 tie on the road against a solid Reinhardt University team on August 28. A two-game losing streak followed with a 2-0 loss to perennial power Covenant College in Treveccas home opener on September 1 followed by a 1-0 loss at NCAA Division III Oglethorpe University two days later.

    The Trojans notched their first win of the season with a 3-1 victory over St. Catharine. Near misses followed to Tennessee Wesleyan (2-1), Bryan College (1-0 in OT), and Faulkner University (3-2).

    The Trojans then embarked on their best stretch of the season. An eye-catching 1-0 road win at Campbellsville fueled a run of three wins in four games as the calendar turned from September to October. An 8-0 blowout win at Tennessee Temple gave Trevecca consecutive wins for the only time in the season. A 2-0 loss to Georgetown College only slowed the Trojans momentarily, as they bounced back with a historic 3-0 victory over Bethel University to open TranSouth Conference play on a positive note. The win over Bethel was the first in the programs history. Unfortunately the Trojans finished the season with losses in five of their final six matches.

    TREVECCA WOMENS SOCCER coach Brett Armstrong enters his fifth season with a young but talented 2011 team that includes only two seniors and eight newcomers to the program. We have a relatively young team, says Coach Armstrong; the leadership of our senior captains, Heather Halstead and Justine Forth, will be the key to the success of this years squad.

    The two senior midfielders wan to lead this years team to new heights for Trevecca womens soccer. Halstead (Spring Hill HS/Columbia, Tenn.) continues to climb the programs all-time rankings, currently sitting sixth in points (33) and fifth in goals scored (14), having appeared in 51 career games. Forth (Denis OConnor Catholic HS/Ajax, Ontario) provides stability, leadership, and playmaking to the Trojans midfield and has added three goals and six assists for 12 points in 51 career appearances.

    With a roster balanced by way of seven freshmen, seven sophomores, and seven juniors, the team has experienced depth to go along with an infusion of new talent to the program. A big part of that depth and experience is in the back line. I look for us to continue to be solid defensively,

    says Coach Armstrong. We have an experienced group of defenders with all four starters in the back returning, including all-conference defender Kate Worley.

    Worley, a junior from Maumee, Ohio (Toledo Christian HS), earned Second Team All-TranSouth honors last season. She will be joined in the back by junior Jessica Porter (Spring Hill HS/Columbia, Tenn.), and sophomores Audrey Robinson (Veritas Academy/Atlanta, Ga.), and Lanie Foutch (Hendersonville HS/Hendersonville, Tenn.).

    Depth will be provided by sophomores Erica Carroll (Silverdale Baptist Academy/Chattanooga,

    Tenn.), Mackenzie Cox (Hendersonville HS/Hendersonville, Tenn.), and Aubrey Black (Independence HS/Franklin, Tenn.), as well as incoming freshmen Mandy Nuckols (Springboro HS/Springboro, Ohio) and Jordan Ponto (Bradenton Christian/

    Bradenton, Fla.).

    2010-2011SEASON REVIEW

    2011-2012SEASON PREVIEW

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    Guarding the net will be a trio of keepers, giving the team depth at a crucial position. Bekah Headrick (Aaron Christian Academy/Hendersonville, Tenn.) is returning from a shoulder injury that forced her to miss most of last season, says Coach Armstrong. Shell be challenged by junior Neira Ahmespahic (Lambuth Univ./Nashville School of the Arts/Nashville, Tenn.) and incoming freshman Kathleen Farris (Winter Haven Senior HS/Winter Haven Fla.).

    The midfield should be a strength of this team with plenty of returning talent as well as a solid group of new faces. Coach Armstrong says, Heather, Justine, and Kayla VanEs (Hendersonville HS/Gallatin, Tenn.) will lead a strong midfield, along with returning starter Lindsey Robinson (Veritas Academy/Atlanta, Ga.) on the outside. VanEs, a junior, led the team in scoring last season with six goals and 13 points and is already in the top ten in TNU womens soccer history in both categories.

    Fellow junior Lindsey Robinson scored a pair of goals in her first season with the Trojans after transferring from Bryan College to join younger sister Audrey in Nashville. Depth in the midfield will be provided by junior Taylor Beaulieu (Ezell-Harding Christian/Smyrna, Tenn.), sophomore Audra Fullen (Ravenwood HS/Brentwood, Tenn.), and incoming freshman Chelsea Abney (Northwest HS/Clarksville, Tenn.) along with the freshman tandem of Ryan Alosi and Hannah Squires, both from Ooltewah, Tenn., and played prep soccer together at Silverdale Baptist Academy, the alma mater of current Trojan Erica Carroll.

    The area in need of the biggest improvement heading into this season is clearly the offense. The Trojans mustered 23 goals in 17 games last year, scoring more than one goal only five times while being shut out on seven different occasions. We struggled to finish last year, acknowledges Coach Armstrong. We expect our incoming group to provide speed and aggressiveness to the attack.

    That incoming group includes sophomore Brittany Wilkerson (Lee Univ./Lakota West HS/West Chester, Ohio), a prolific scorer in high school who scored a goal in just three appearances as a freshman for a Lee University squad that won its third consecutive NAIA National Championship. Along with Wilkerson, incoming freshmen Brooke Gann (East Ridge HS/Chattanooga, Tenn.) and Alex Hammond (River

    Forrest HS/Oak Park, Ill.) will also be counted on to make contributions to the Trojan attack. Brooke, Alex, and Brittany are all accomplished scorers, says Coach Armstrong. They all should challenge for immediate playing time.

    Overall, its a young group who played some excellent soccer last year, adds Coach Armstrong. If we continue to work hard, our hope is that the valuable experience we gained last season, along with a promising group of newcomers, will give us the pieces for an outstanding 2011 campaign and the next step forward as we begin an exciting transition into NCAA Division II.

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    Brett Armstrong

    rett Armstrong returns for his fifth season as the Trevecca womens soccer coach in the fall of 2011. Armstrong is the programs third coach, and the 2011-2012 season will be the programs 12th season of existence.

    Armstrong is well known in Middle Tennessee soccer circles. He led the Christ Presbyterian Academy boys and girls high school soccer teams for nine seasons (1998-2007) with great success. Armstrong had a career record of 263-117-28.

    Armstrong led the CPA boys team to the A/AA State Championship in 1999 and has led CPA teams to six district championships, five regional championships, and six sectional championships. The CPA boys A/AA State Championship in 1999 represents the only state title for a team from the MidState in that classification. Armstrong began his coaching career in middle school at CPA in 1993 and has spent the last 18 years coaching at the Brentwood, school.

    COACHES

    HEAD COACHB

    Armstrong coached numerous all-state players and many future collegiate players while at CPA. Some of the players who went on to play college soccer are Dustin and Ryan Walker (Lipscomb), Tommy Nelms (Maryville) , Chris Peak (Belmont Abbey), Cooper Wallace (played football at Auburn), Whitney Southard (Appalachian State), Haley Averette (Alabama-Huntsville), Leigh Graham (Covenant), Kimberly Price (Trevecca, Belmont), and David Taaffe (Covenant). Brittany Lee was a Wendys High School Heisman finalist in 2004.

    Armstrong is also a full-time associate professor of history and political science at Trevecca. It is a role he has served in since 2001. He arrived at Trevecca shortly after finishing his PhD at Vanderbilt University. Armstrong completed his masters in history at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Ga.

    Armstrong is a favorite professor who teaches variety of courses: World Civ, European History, History of Latin America, Modern Britain, Reformations and Revolutions, History of Russia, Contemporary Political Thought, American Political Institutions, and Historical Research.

    His popular Federal Seminar allows him to take a group of 10 students to Washington, D.C., for a week each January. Another popular class venture was a 9-day trip with 13 students to Ireland in the spring of 2007 when he taught the History and Politics of Northern Ireland.

    Armstrong grew up in the Atlanta area and graduated from Redan high school in Stone Mountain, Ga. in 1982.

    He was a highly decorated player at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. He holds the Blue Hose career record for assists. In 1985 he was selected to the Adidas Academic All-American First Team (encompassing all levels of NAIA and NCAA), Honorable Mention NAIA All-American, All-District, NAIA All-American Scholar-Athlete, and All-District Scholar-Athlete. Possibly the most prestigious award for Armstrong in 1985 was his selection as the Red Myers Award recipient. The award was given to the most outstanding student-athlete in NAIA District 6 each year. Armstrong was a 3-time (83, 84, and 85) NAIA District 6 Scholar-Athlete.

    Armstrong, his wife (Leslie), and their three children, (Jacob, Alexandra and Connor) reside in Franklin, Tenn., and are members at Christ Community Church there.

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    Scott Davidson

    Scott Davidson enters his second season as an assistant coach for Brett Armstrong and the Trojan womens soccer program.

    Davidson came to the Trojans after two years as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Bryan College, in 2008 and 2009.

    He played at Bryan from 2004-2007, where he scored 47 goals in 61 games and was selected as an NSCAA/Adidas/NCCAA Mens Division I All-American as a senior in 2007.

    ASSISTANT COACH

    Mark Foster

    Mark Foster enters his second season as an assistant coach for Brett Armstrong and the Trojan womens soccer program.

    Mark finished his Trevecca career as the programs all-time leading scorer, with 41 career goals. He also sits atop the Trojans all-time scoring list with 95 points and is tied for first all-time with 13 assists. Foster was named TranSouth Player of the Year in 2008 and TranSouth Freshman of the Year in 2005. He was named first team All-TranSouth as both a freshman and a senior and was a second-team selection as both a sophomore and a junior. Upon completion of his career, he became the first Trojan to have his jersey retired.

    Mark is married to former Trevecca softball and soccer athlete Jessica Leary. The couple resides in Nashville.

    ASSISTANT COACH

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    SENIORS

    Justine Forth #4Height: 5-3 Class: SR Position: MFHometown: Ajax, OntarioPrevious School: Denis OConnor Catholic

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Started all 17 matches on the season ... notched one goal and one assist, for a total of three points

    2009-2010 Scored a goal and delivered two assists ... played in 16 matches with 12 starts

    2008-2009 Played in 18 games as a freshman ... scored a goal and had three assists ... tallied five points for the season

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2008 TREV 18 1 0.1 3 0.2 5 0.3 24 1.3 0.0 13 0.5 02009 TREV 16 1 0.1 2 0.1 4 0.3 17 1.1 0.1 8 0.5 02010 TREV 17 1 0.1 1 0.1 3 0.2 24 1.4 0.0 12 0.5 02011 TREV 6 1 0.2 2 0.3 4 0.7 9 1.5 0.1 3 0.3 0

    Total 57 4 0.4 8 0.7 16 1.4 74 5.3 0.1 36 0.5 0

    High School Notes: Made the honor roll ... selected as valedictorian ... served as Athletics Council President ... named team captain of soccer team ... played for Ajax Warriors club team ... Warriors won the Ontario Cup three times

    Other Notes: Is the brother of former Trojan soccer player Josh Forth Josh finished his career in 2010

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    Heather Halstead #17Height: 5-7 Class: SR Position: MF/FHometown: Columbia, Tenn.Previous School: Spring Hill HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Appeared in 14 matches, with 12 starts ... scored two goals, giving her 14 for her career, good for fifth all-time at TNU ... four points this season gives her 33 for her career, which is sixth on the all-time list ... tied for second on team in total shots with 28 (Kayla VanEs) ... third on team with 11 shots on goal

    2009-2010 Is seventh on career-points list fifth on career goals scored list with 12 second on the team with a career-high seven goals handed out a career-high four assists was second on team with a career-high 18 points

    Justine Forth #4

    SENIORS

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2008 TREV 19 5 0.3 1 0.1 11 0.6 33 1.7 0.2 25 0.8 02009 TREV 18 7 0.4 4 0.2 18 1.0 30 1.7 0.2 17 0.6 02010 TREV 14 2 0.1 0 0.0 4 0.3 28 2.0 0.1 11 0.4 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0.3 0.0 0 0.0 0

    Total 57 14 0.8 5 0.3 33 1.9 93 5.7 0.2 53 0.6 0

    2008-2009 Played in all 19 games in her freshmen season ... scored a team-high five goals ... added one assist ... tied the team season high with 11 total points ... scored two goals in 9/13/2009 game versus Crichton College

    High School Notes: Named all-district all four years of high school ... named to the all-tournament all four years ... was selected as the district freshman of the year ... honored with selection to the all-state in three seasons ... played for the region and district championship teams in 2006-2007 and 2007-2008 ... team won the sub-state championship in 2006-2007

    Other Notes: Is the brother of current Trojan soccer player Austin Halstead

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    Rebekah Headrick #00Height: 5-7 Class: JR Position: GKHometown: Hendersonville, Tenn.Previous School: Aaron Christian Academy

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Appeared in eight matches, with six starts ... missed time due to injury ... made 33 saves

    2009-2010 Named TranSouth Defender of the Week (Sept. 7) ... led team with three wins ... produced a 3-4-1 record in goal ... had two shutouts ... on the pitch she had two goals and four points

    High School Notes: Member of the Metros Club Team ... was a standout for Aaron Christian Academy

    Neira Ahmespahic #1Height: 5-4 Class: JR Position: GKHometown: Nashville, Tenn.Previous School: Nash. School of Arts/Lambuth Univ.

    Trevecca Notes2010-2011 Appeared in 13 matches, with nine starts ... named TranSouth Defender of the Week twice (9/27, 10/3) ... made 39 saves with a 1.68 GAA and two shutouts ... team-leading four wins

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Joe Schipani at Nashville School of the Arts played club soccer for Coach Sam Rogers and HFC named all-district selected all-district tournament twice

    PLAYERS

    CAREER GOALIEYear Team GP Min GA Avg Saves Pct W L T SHO2009 TREV 8 469:29 24 4.601 50 0.676 3 4 1 22010 TREV 8 563:10 15 2.397 33 0.688 0 4 1 02011 TREV 6 578:48 8 1.244 29 0.784 2 2 1 1

    Total 22 1611:27 47 2.625 112 0.704 5 10 3 3

    CAREER GOALIEYear Team GP Min GA Avg Saves Pct W L T SHO

    2010 TREV 13 961:55 18 1.684 39 0.684 4 6 1 2

    Total 13 961:55 18 1.684 39 0.684 4 6 1 2

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    Rebekah Headrick #00

    Neira Ahmespahic #1

    Jessica Porter #5Height: 5-3 Class: JR Position: DHometown: Columbia, Tenn.Previous School: Spring Hill HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 TranSouth Scholar-Athlete ...started all 15 matches in which she appeared

    2009-2010 Played in 18 matches with 17 starts as a freshman

    High School Notes: Served as team captain ... named all-region select in soccer and softball ... was four-time Spring Hill defender of the year ... comes from the same program that produced Treveccas Heather Halstead ... helped lead Spring Hill to the state tournament twice ... played club soccer for former Trojan assistant coach David Cordero on the Tennessee Futbol Club

    Taylor Beaulieu #6Height: 5-8 Class: JR Position: F/MFHometown: Smyrna, Tenn.Previous School: Ezell-Harding Christian School

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 TranSouth Scholar-Athlete ... appeared in 16 matches ... scored one goal

    2009-2010 Played in nine matches with three starts before season-ending injury ... scored a goal

    High School Notes: Received all-district honors as a sophomore and senior ... voted best all-around student in her senior class ... served as captain of her senior year ... played club soccer for Stones River Futbol Club and Harpeth Futbol Club

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2009 TREV 18 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0.1 0.0 0 0.0 02010 TREV 15 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 0.1 0.0 1 1.0 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0.3 0.0 2 1.0 0

    Total 39 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 5 0.5 0.0 3 0.6 0

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2009 TREV 9 1 0.1 0 0.0 2 0.2 6 0.7 0.2 2 0.3 02010 TREV 16 1 0.1 0 0.0 2 0.1 4 0.3 0.3 4 1.0 12011 TREV 2 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0

    Total 27 2 0.2 0 0.0 4 0.4 10 0.9 0.2 6 0.6 1

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    PLAYERS

    Height: 5-7 Class: JR Position: D/MFHometown: Maumee, Ohio Previous School: Toledo Christian HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 2010 Second Team All-TranSouth ... 2010 TranSouth Scholar-Athlete ... started all 17 matches ... had one assist

    2009-2010 Played in 18 matches, with 17 starts ... scored a goal and had two points

    High School Notes: Served as team captain ... named to the all-district team ... earned all-academic honors ... also participated in cross country and track

    Kayla VanEs #14

    Lindsey Robinson #15Height: 5-6 Class: JR Position: MFHometown: Atlanta, Ga. Previous School: Veritas Academy/Bryan College

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 2010 TranSouth Scholar-Athlete ... started all 16 games in which she appeared ... had two goals for a total of four points ... led team with 36 total shots

    Bryan College Notes:2009-2010 Played freshman season at Bryan College for Coach Mark Sauve

    High School Notes: Played for Concorde Fire and NASA Elite

    Height: 5-7 Class: JR Position: MFHometown: Gallatin, Tenn. Previous School: Hendersonville HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Led team with six goals and added one assist, for a team-high total of 13 points ... 2010 TranSouth Scholar-Athlete ... appeared in all 17 matches, with 16 starts ... led team in shots on goal with 16 ... tied for second on team with 28 total shots (Heather Halstead)

    2009-2010 Named TranSouth Player of the Week (Oct. 19) ... third on the team with six goals ... had three assists ... point total (15) third best on team

    High School Notes: Member of the State Championship Metros Soccer Club team ... had a successful career at Hendersonville High School

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2009 TREV 16 6 0.4 3 0.2 15 0.9 25 1.6 0.2 16 0.6 02010 TREV 17 6 0.4 1 0.1 13 0.8 28 1.7 0.2 16 0.6 22011 TREV 6 1 0.2 0 0.0 2 0.3 11 1.8 0.1 6 0.5 1Total 39 13 0.9 4 0.3 30 2.0 64 5.0 0.2 38 0.6 3

    Kate Worley #21

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 16 2 0.1 0 0.0 4 0.3 36 2.3 0.1 10 0.3 02011 TREV 6 2 0.3 0 0.0 4 0.7 9 1.5 0.2 5 0.6 1Total 22 4 0.5 0 0.0 8 0.9 45 3.8 0.1 15 0.3 1

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2009 TREV 18 1 0.1 0 0.0 2 0.1 8 0.4 0.1 6 0.8 02010 TREV 17 0 0.0 1 0.1 1 0.1 2 0.1 0.0 2 1.0 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 3 0.5 0.0 2 0.7 0Total 41 1 0.1 1 0.1 3 0.2 13 1.1 0.1 10 0.8 0

  • TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY 15

    Mackenzie Cox #8

    Height: 5-7 Class: SO Position: MFHometown: Nolensville, Tenn. Previous School: Ravenwood HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Appeared in 14 matches as a freshman

    High School Notes: Was captain for TNFC club team ... coached by Jamie Meshew ... recognized as Ravenwoods Most Outstanding Student in Physical Science

    Audra Fullen #10

    Erica Carroll #7

    Height: 5-6 Class: SO Position: DHometown: Hendersonville, Tenn. Previous School: Hendersonville HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Appeared in 16 matches, with three starts ... scored two goals and contributed three assists, for a total of seven points, good for second on the team

    High School Notes: Played at Hendersonville HS for Coach Russ Plummer high school teammate of fellow Trojans Lanie Foutch and Kayla VanEs

    Height: 5-7 Class: SO Position: DHometown: Chattanooga, Tenn. Previous School: Silverdale Baptist Academy

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Appeared in 15 matches, with eight starts ... scored one goal

    High School Notes: Was the team captain for three years ... earned all-district and all-district tournament team honors twice ... named to the Best of the Prep team in Chattanooga ... served as an assistant coach with the Silverdale middle school team

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 15 1 0.1 0 0.0 2 0.1 3 0.2 0.3 1 0.3 02011 TREV 5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 2 0.4 0.0 1 0.5 0Total 20 1 0.1 0 0.0 2 0.1 5 0.6 0.2 2 0.4 0

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 16 2 0.1 3 0.2 7 0.4 5 0.3 0.4 3 0.6 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 4 0.7 0.0 3 0.8 0Total 22 2 0.1 3 0.2 7 0.4 9 1.0 0.2 6 0.7 0

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 14 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 3 0.2 0.0 2 0.7 02011 TREV 4 0 0.0 1 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.3 0.0 1 1.0 0Total 18 0 0.0 1 0.3 1 0.3 4 0.5 0.0 3 0.8 0

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    Audrey Robinson #18Audrey Robinson #18

    PLAYERS

    Height: 5-8 Class: SO Position: DHometown: Atlanta, Ga. Previous School: Veritas Academy

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Started all seven games in which she appeared ... season shortened by an injury

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Ken Kurelic on the Concorde Fire Black club team ... was a regional qualifier in speech and debate ... selected to Region 3 premier league ... chosen for the Olympic Development team for 2007-08 ... named a 2010 Disney Showcase Champion

    Lanie Foutch #11

    Aubrey Black #12Height: 5-7 Class: SO Position: DHometown: Franklin, Tenn. Previous School: Independence HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Appeared in all 17 matches, with five starts ... scored one goal and added two assists, for a total of four points

    High School Notes: Was coached by former Trojan assistant David Cordero at Independence ... Her club coach is former Nashville Metros head coach Rico Laise ... was team captain and defensive MVP ... also was captain on her club team ... was a volunteer with the TSSAA Urban Soccer program

    Height: 5-8 Class: SO Position: MFHometown: Hendersonville, Tenn. Previous School: Hendersonville HS

    Trevecca Notes:2010-2011 Started all 17 matches as a freshman ... scored two goals and added one assist, for a total of five points

    High School Notes: Played for Russ Plummer at Hendersonville and Obed Compean with the Metros Soccer Club ... selected to the all-Sumner County first team ... named district all-tournament team

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 17 2 0.1 1 0.1 5 0.3 6 0.4 0.3 4 0.7 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 8 1.3 0.0 1 0.1 0Total 23 2 0.1 1 0.1 5 0.3 14 1.7 0.1 5 0.4 0

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 17 1 0.1 2 0.1 4 0.2 17 1.0 0.1 8 0.5 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 1 0.2 1 0.2 5 0.8 0.0 2 0.4 0Total 23 1 0.1 3 0.3 5 0.4 22 1.8 0.0 10 0.5 0

    CAREER OFFENSEYear Team GP G G/GM A A/GM PTS Pts/GM Shots SH/GM G/SH SOG SOG/SH GWG2010 TREV 7 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 4 0.6 0.0 2 0.5 02011 TREV 6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 0.2 0.0 1 1.0 0Total 13 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 5 0.7 0.0 3 0.6 0

  • TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY 17

    Brittany Wilkerson #28

    Kathleen Farris #0Height: 5-3 Class: FR Position: GKHometown: Winter Haven, Fla. Previous School: Winter Haven Senior HS

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Mike Lambert at Winter Haven Senior HS ... posted a record of 8-0-1 with a GAA of 0.40 with seven shutouts as a senior ... named honorable mention all-county and team mvp ... helped team win second consecutive district championship was selected team MVP as a senior

    Coach Armstrong says:Kathleen is a brave, aggressive and athletic goalkeeper. She will be a great complement to our returning goalkeepers and should compete for playing time immediately.

    Height: 5-5 Class: SO Position: MF/FHometown: West Chester, Ohio Previous School: Lakota West HS/Lee University

    Lee University Notes: Appeared in three games, scoring one goal ... part of team that won NAIA National Championship

    High School Notes: Played at Lakota West HS and for FOSC Premier club team ... helped lead club team to championship of the Cincinnati United Soccer League

    Coach Armstrong says:Brittany will make an immediate contribution to our attack. She is a dangerous attacking player with excel-lent vision and technical ability.

    Height: 5-5 Class: FR Position: MF/FHometown: Oak Park, Ill. Previous School: Oak Park and River Forrest HS

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Paul Wright at Oak Park River Forrest HS ... also played club soccer for Coach Murray Findlay and Oak Park Strikers team was regional champs in 2009 and 2011

    Coach Armstrong says:Alex is quick and athletic, with an attacking mentality. She gets forward well and will add speed and aggressiveness to our attack.

    Alex Hammond #2

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    PLAYERS

    Height: 5-6 Class: FR Position: D/MFHometown: Bradenton, Fla. Previous School: Bradenton Christian School

    High School Notes: Played for Bradenton Christian HS ... named all-bay conference every year in high school ... team mvp in 2006 and 2008-2010 ... 2008, 2009, and 2010 Bay Conference Scholar-Athlete ... played club soccer for the Braden River Rage and the Manatee Magic, was captain for both teams

    Coach Armstrong says:Jordan is a talented and extremely versatile player. She is a natural in the back as a defender, but has the creativity and technical skills to play in the midfield or even up top as an attacker.

    Jordan Ponto #16

    Hannah Squires #3

    Mandy Nuckols #9Height: 5-6 Class: FR Position: D/MFHometown: Springboro, Ohio Previous School: Springboro HS

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Eric Detmer at Springboro HS ... scored one goal and added two assists in 17 games as a senior ... played club soccer for Ohio Galaxies FC 92 Premier

    Coach Armstrong says:Mandy possesses all the qualities that we think will make her an excellent student-athlete here at TNU. Shes talented, hard-working, and has the versatility to play several positions on the field, which should enable her to make an immediate contribution.

    Height: 5-7 Class: FR Position: MFHometown: Ooltewah, Tenn. Previous School: Silverdale Baptist Academy

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Chris Neighbors at Silverdale Baptist Academy ... high school teammate of fellow Trojans Erica Carroll and Ryan Alosi ... earned all-district and all-region honors and won teams offensive mvp award as a senior ... played club soccer for Coach Andrew Wishart and the East Ridge Express

    Coach Armstrong says:Hannah is skilled and creative. She is able to control the midfield and has great vision and understanding of the game.

  • TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY 19

    Chelsea Abney #19

    Brooke Gann #20Height: 5-4 Class: FR Position: MF/FHometown: Chattanooga, Tenn. Previous School: East Ridge HS

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Jeremy McIntyre at East Ridge HS ... scored 28 goals as a senior, winning district mvp honors ... four-year team captain ... played club soccer for Coach Patrick Winecoff and Express 94 was team MVP for four years

    Coach Armstrong says:Brooke is a dynamic attacking player. Despite being double- and triple-teamed throughout much of her high school career, she continually finds ways to score.

    Height: 5-3 Class: FR Position: MFHometown: Clarksville, Tenn. Previous School: Northwest HS

    High School Notes: Played at Northwest HS ... selected 2010 Offensive MVP ... 2009 Midfield MVP ... received U.S Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award ... three-time winner of CMC Education Foundation Academic Honors was selected to the all-district team played for coach Daniel Paschedag and the Clarksville Royals Futbol Club team

    Coach Armstrong says:Chelsea has great speed and quickness. She has a chance to develop into a dangerous attacking player for us.

    Height: 5-7 Class: FR Position: MFHometown: Ooltewah, Tenn. Previous School: Silverdale Baptist Academy

    High School Notes: Played for Coach Chris Neighbors at Silverdale Baptist Academy ... high school teammate of fellow Trojans Erica Carroll and Hannah Squires ... four-year starter and two-year team captain ... played club soccer for Coach Richard Nortcutt and the Chattanooga United Futbol Club

    Coach Armstrong says:Ryan has a tremendous work rate and plays with great intensity. Shes dangerous in he attack, but is also willing to put in the hard work necessary to defend. Shes a natural leader and were thrilled to have her on board.

    Ryan Alosi #23

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    SEASON RECORDS

    POINTS SEASON29 Kassie Evick 200925 Ashley Holloway 200521 Tori Snchez 200221 Karen Francis 200121 Tori Snchez 200119 Karen Francis 200218 Heather Olson 200518 Heather Halstead 200917 Karen Francis 200317 Kassie Evick 2007

    GOALS SEASON11 Kassie Evick 200910 Tori Snchez 200210 Karen Francis 20018 Ashley Holloway 20058 Karen Francis 20038 Tori Snchez 20017 Heather Olson 20057 Tracey Hoover 20037 Kassie Evick 20077 Karen Francis 20027 Heather Halstead 2009

    ASSISTS SEASON9 Ashley Holloway 20057 Lacy Wilkerson 20037 Ashley Holloway 20067 Kassie Evick 20096 Courtney Helton 20055 Loni Osegueda 20035 Karen Francis 20025 Tori Snchez 20015 Aubree Thomas 20085 Aubree Thomas 20095 Ana Hill 2007

    SAVES SEASON150 Laurie Morsch 2000121 Kimberly Goodson 2006118 Ashley Ereditario 2001108 Amy Maslyn 200895 Casey Thornton 200393 Casey Thornton 200290 Casey Thornton 200555 Kimberly Goodson 200750 Bekah Headrick 200948 Amy Maslyn 200

    SHUTOUTS SEASON5 Casey Thornton 20055 Casey Thornton 20034 Kimberly Goodson 20063 Laurie Morsch 20002 Neira Ahmespahic 20102 Casey Thornton 20022 Bekah Headrick 20092 Amy Maslyn 2009

    GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE SEASON1.56 Kimberly Goodson 20061.68 Neira Ahmespahic 20101.75 Kim Terry 20042.10 Casey Thornton 20052.16 Kimberly Goodson 20072.39 Bekah Headrick 20102.53 Casey Thornton 20042.71 Amy Maslyn 20092.94 Ashley Ereditario 20013.48 Konstance Deering 20093.59 Konstance Deering 2008

    WINS SEASON W L T 4 Neira Ahmespahic 2010 4 6 1 4 Amy Maslyn 2008 4 13 0 3 Bekah Headrick 2009 3 4 1 2 Konstance Deering 2008 2 0 0 2 Amy Maslyn 2009 2 5 0

  • TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY 21

    OPPONENTS QUICK FACTS

    Bethel UniversityLocation: McKenzie, Tenn.Established: 1842Enrollment: 3,300Conference: TranSouthNickname: WildcatsCoach: Misty AirdLast Season 3-14

    Cumberland UniversityLocation: Lebanon, Tenn.Established: 1842Enrollment: 1,355Conference: TranSouthNickname: BulldogsCoach: Gavin McKinneyLast Season 9-7-1

    Freed-HardemanLocation: Henderson, Tenn.Established: 1869Enrollment: 2,011Conference: TranSouthNickname: LionsCoach: Jason ElliottLast Season 10-6-3

    Lyon CollegeLocation: Batesville, Ark.Established: 1872Enrollment: 614Conference: TranSouthNickname: ScotsCoach: Ben ParmanLast Season 12-4-1

    Martin MethodistLocation: Pulaski, Tenn.Established: 1870Enrollment: 1071Conference: TranSouthNickname: RedHawksCoach: Tyson JohnLast Season 13-4-3

    Union UniversityLocation: Jackson, Tenn.Established: 1823Enrollment: 4,186Conference: TranSouthNickname: BulldogsCoach: Brandon BoylanLast Season 9-7-2

    TranSouth Opponents Non-Conference OpponentsReinhardt CollegeLocation: Waleska, Ga.Established: 1883Enrollment: 1230Conference: AACNickname: EaglesCoach: Andy KaplanLast Year: 7-7-4

    St. Catharine CollegeLocation: St. Catharine, Ky.Established: 1931Enrollment: 700Conference: Mid-SouthNickname: PatriotsCoach: Paul PattonLast Year: 8-10

    Tennessee WesleyanLocation: Athens, Tenn.Established: 1857Enrollment: 1070Conference: AACNickname: BulldogsCoach: Naomi ClarkeLast Year: 11-7-2

    Truett-McConnell CollegeLocation: Cleveland, Ga.Established: 1946Enrollment: 1946Conference: SSACNickname: BearsCoach: David McDowellLast Year: 10-10

    University of the SouthLocation: Sewanee, Tenn.Established: 1847Enrollment: 1500Conference: SCACNickname: TigersCoach: Patrick JohnstonLast Year: 12-6

    Asbury CollegeLocation: Wilmore, Ky.Established: 1890Enrollment: 1, 300Conference: KIACNickname: EaglesCoach: Paul NesselroadeLast Season 7-13

    Bryan CollegeLocation: Dayton, Tenn.Established: 1930Enrollment: 635Conference: AACNickname: LionsCoach: Mark SauveLast Season 8-9-1

    Campbellsville UniversityLocation: Campbellsville, Ky.Established: 1906Enrollment: 3,000Conference: Mid-SouthNickname: TigersCoach: Thomas JonesLast Season 13-9

    Covenant CollegeLocation: Lookout Mtn., Ga.Established: 1955Enrollment: 1,220Conference: GSAC (NCAA DIII)Nickname: ScotsCoach: Mark DubleLast Season 10-7-1

    Georgetown CollegeLocation: Georgetown, Ky.Established: 1787Enrollment: 1,400Conference: Mid-SouthNickname: TigersCoach: Leah Crews CastlemanLast Season 13-7

    Mount Vernon Nazarene UniversityLocation: Mount Vernon, OhioEstablished: 1966Enrollment: 2609Conference: AMCNickname: CougarsCoach: Daniel SeiffertLast Year: 14-8-2

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    Record versus Opponents

    Asbury College 4 2 1

    Atlanta Christian 2 0 0

    Austin Peay State 0 1 0

    Belhaven College 0 2 0

    Belmont University 0 1 0

    Berea College 2 0 0

    Berry College 0 5 0

    Bethel College 1 6 0

    Birmingham-Southern 0 1 0

    Brenau University 0 0 1

    Brescia University 6 1 0

    Brewton-Parker 1 1 0

    Bryan College 1 3 0

    Campbellsville University 5 4 1

    Christian Brothers 0 2 0

    Colorado Christian 0 1 0

    Colorado School of Mines 0 1 0

    Concordia (Oregon) 0 1 0

    Covenant College 0 4 0

    Crichton College 4 0 0

    Cumberland University 1 9 1

    Faulkner University 1 2 0

    Fisk University 1 0 0

    Fredonia State 0 1 0

    Freed-Hardeman 9 3 1

    Georgetown College 0 2 0

    Huntingdon College 0 2 0

    Indiana Wesleyan 0 1 0

    Judson College 1 0 0

    Kentucky Christian 1 0 0

    King College 0 1 0

    Lambuth University 2 5 1

    Lee University 0 4 0

    WOMENS SOCCER HISTORY

    Opponents Win Loss Tie

    Lees-McRae 0 1 0

    Lipscomb University 0 1 0

    Loyola University 1 0 0

    Lyon College 2 8 0

    Martin Methodist 0 11 0

    Mid Continent 0 1 0

    MidAmerica Nazarene 0 1 0

    Missouri Baptist 0 1 0

    Montreat College 1 0 0

    Oakland City 1 2 0

    Oglethorpe 0 1 1

    Oklahoma Wesleyan 1 0 0

    Reinhardt College 0 1 1

    Roberts Wesleyan 0 1 0

    Samford University 0 1 0

    Shorter College 0 2 0

    Spalding University 0 0 1

    Spring Hill 0 2 0

    St. Catharine 1 0 0

    Tennessee Temple 5 0 0

    Tennessee Wesleyan 1 5 0

    Thomas University 0 1 0

    Union College 0 2 0

    Union University 1 6 0

    Univ. Alabama-Huntsville 0 1 0

    Univ. Cumberlands (Ky.) 0 2 1

    Univ. North Alabama 0 4 0

    Univ. of South 0 2 0

    Virginia Intermont 0 1 0

    Warner Pacific 1 0 0

    Western Kentucky 0 1 0

    William Carey 0 1 0

    Opponents Win Loss Tie

  • TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY 23

    TranSouth Athletic Conference (TSAC) Team

    YEAR PLAYER

    2002-2003 Tori Sanchez, Tawny Brown, 2nd Team

    2004-2005 Lucia Osegueda; Lauren Collins, Heather Martin, Kelsey Shockey, Rebeca Tuchez, 2nd Team

    2005-2006 Kelsey Shockey

    2006-2007 Kimberly Goodson, Heather Martin, Heather Olson, Ashley Holloway, 2nd Team

    2007-2008 Kassie Evick, 2nd Team

    2008-2009 Kassie Evick, Aubree Thomas, 2nd Team

    2009-2010 Kassie Evick, Allison Casalenuovo, 2nd Team

    2010-2011 Kate Worley, 2nd Team

    TranSouth All-Tournament Team

    YEAR PLAYER

    2005-2006 Ashley Holloway

    TranSouth Offensive Player of the Week

    YEAR PLAYER

    2001-2002 Karen Francis

    2005-2006 Kelsey Shockey

    2007-2008 Heather Olson (Oct. 14)

    2009-2010 Kassie Evick (Sept. 14, Oct. 26), Kayla VanEs (Oct. 19)

    2010-2011 Kayla VanEs (Sept. 27)

    TranSouth Defensive Player of the Week

    YEAR PLAYER

    2009-2010 Bekah Headrick (Sept. 7), Konstance Deering (Sept. 21), Amy Maslyn (Oct. 26)

    2010-2011 Neira Ahmespahic (Sept. 27, Oct. 4)

    TranSouth Scholar Athletes

    YEAR PLAYER

    2002-2003 (7) Lauren Collins, Karen Francis, Leah Herod, Carolyn Pratt, Tori Sanchez, Amanda Thompson, Rebeca Tuchez

    2003-2004 (7) Amanda Thompson, Lauren Collins, Carolyn Pratt, Karen Francis, Kelsey Shockey, Rebeca Tuchez, Winter Liscano

    2004-2005 (4) Lauren Collins, Kelsey Shockey, Rebeca Tuchez, Nicole Hart

    2005-2006 (12) Kelsey Shockey, Courtney Haas, Lilian Mwangi, Heather Olson, Anne Opana, Kimberly Goodson, Heather Olson, Ashley Harden, Lilian Mwangi, Jessica Blankenship, Anne Opana, Katie Wilson

    2007-2008 (11) Courtney Helton, Lilian Mwangi, Heather Olson, Anne Opana, Kimberly Price, Kimberly Goodson, Brittany Argabright, Allison Casalenuovo, Kassie Evick, Jennifer Goodson, Lindsey Zurlinden

    2008-2009 (7) Brittany Argabright, Chelsea Bell, Allison Casalenuovo, Kassie Evick, Jennifer Goodson, Aubree Thomas, Lindsey Zurlinden

    2009-2010 (9) Ana Hill, Aubree Thomas, Brittany Argabright, Allison Casalenuovo, Kassie Evick, Jessica Fallen, Megan Arnett, Chelsea Bell, Lauren Davis

    2010-2011 (7) Megan Arnett, Taylor Beaulieu, Jessica Porter, Lindsey Robinson, Aubree Thomas, Kayla VanEs, Kate Worley

    NAIA Scholar Athletes

    YEAR PLAYER

    2002-2003 (2) Carolyn Pratt, Amanda Thompson

    2003-2004 (5) Lauren Collins, Karen Francis, Carolyn Pratt, Amanda Thompson, Rebeca Tuchez

    2004-2005 (3) Lauren Collins, Kelsey Shockey, Rebeca Tuchez

    2006-2007 (3) Heather Olson, Lilian Mwangi, Katie Wilson

    2007-2008 (3) Courtney Helton, Lilian Mwangi, Heather Olson

    2008-2009 (2) Brittany Argabright, Lindsey Zurlinden

    2009-2010 (5) Brittany Argabright, Megan Arnett, Chelsea Bell, Allison Casalenuovo, Kassie Evick

    AWARDS HISTORY

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    ALL-TIME SEASON RECORDS

    2003 (6-11-0) (2-5) (--)Head Coach: Stan Herod

    Date Opponent WL Score 09/03 Atlanta Christian College W 9-009/06 Covenant College L 0-1009/09 Brescia University W 2-009/11 Tennessee Wesleyan College L 0-609/17 Cumberland University L 0-809/20 Freed-Hardeman University W 3-209/24 Lambuth University L 2-309/27 Freed-Hardeman University W 2-009/28 Berea College W 7-010/04 Belhaven College L 2-1110/10 Roberts Wesleyan College L 1-2 OT10/12 Martin Methodist College L 1410/18 Berry College L 1-710/20 Lee University L 0-810/25 Bethel College L 0-310/30 Campbellsville University W 4-011/01 Lyon College L 1-4

    2004 (3-15-2) (2-2) (0-1)Head Coach: Mark Champion

    Date Opponent WL Score 09/03 Virginia Intermont College L 1-609/04 King College L 0-409/08 Martin Methodist College L 0-809/11 Union College L 1-409/17 Spalding University T 2-209/18 Asbury College W 3-009/23 University of North Alabama L 0-509/25 Campbellsville University L 2-309/28 Freed-Hardeman University W 3-210/02 Bryan College L 1-310/07 Oakland City University L 0-1 (OT)10/09 Missouri Baptist University L 0-310/12 Belmont University L 0-410/14 Lambuth University T 2-210/16 Brescia University L 2-310/21 Cumberland University L 0-210/23 Lyon College W 2-110/28 Austin Peay State University L 0-610/30 Georgetown College L 2-611/02 Cumberland Univ (TSAC-T) L 0-4

    2005 (8-10-1) (3-3) (0-1)Head Coach: Mark Champion

    Date Opponent WL Score 09/03 Bryan College W 3-009/09 MidAmerica Nazarene University L 1-509/10 Oklahoma Wesleyan University W 5-109/16 Brenau University T 2-2 (OT)09/17 Brewton-Parker College L 2-309/22 Oakland City University L 1-209/24 Asbury College W 1-009/27 University of North Alabama L 1-2 (OT)09/30 Kentucky Christian University W 9-010/01 Campbellsville University L 1-410/05 Crichton College W 3-010/08 Lyon College L 0-1 (OT)10/13 Lambuth University L 0-110/15 Union University W 2-110/19 Cumberland University L 0-410/22 Faulkner University W 3-2 OT)10/26 Martin Methodist College L 0-910/29 Freed-Hardeman University W 1-010/31 Cumberland Univ (TSAC-T) L 1-4

    2000 (2-13-0) (1-5) (0-1)Head Coach: Stan Herod

    Date Opponent WL Score 08/30 Union College L 0-1209/02 Martin Methodist College L 0-509/05 Lee University L 0-1209/14 Huntingdon College L 1-709/16 Freed-Hardeman University W 2-009/20 Bryan College L 0-709/26 Mid Continent College L 0-609/30 Berry College L 0-510/03 Birmingham-Southern College L 0-1010/07 Samford University L 0-1110/14 Brescia University W 4-010/17 Lipscomb University L 0-610/21 Belhaven College L 0-610/26 Tennessee Wesleyan College L 1-310/31 Freed-Hardeman Univ (TSAC-T) L 0-1

    2001 (7-11-0) (1-3) (0-1)Head Coach: Stan Herod

    Date Opponent WL Score 08/29 Cumberland University L 1-209/01 Loyola University W 2-1 (OT)09/04 Campbellsville University W 7-109/11 Martin Methodist College L 1-209/15 Huntingdon College L 1-209/22 University of Alabama, Huntsville L 0-409/25 Western Kentucky University L 0-1209/29 Tennessee Temple University W 7-310/02 Tennessee Temple University W 4-010/05 Freed-Hardeman University W 3-110/08 Thomas University L 1-410/10 Lambuth University L 0-410/16 Lee University L 0-610/18 Brewton-Parker College W 3-210/24 Tennessee Wesleyan College L 0-610/27 Asbury College W 2-1(OT)10/29 Berry College L 0-611/02 Berry College (TSAC-T) L 0-14

    2002 (5-10-0) (0-5) (--)Head Coach: Stan Herod

    Date Opponent WL Score 09/03 Campbellsville University W 2-109/11 Bethel College L 0-409/18 Covenant College L 0-509/21 Asbury College W 4-209/24 Freed-Hardeman University L 1-309/28 Fisk University W 19-010/01 Lambuth University L 0-210/07 University of North Alabama L 1-810/11 Berry College L 0-910/12 Atlanta Christian College W 2-110/15 Lee University L 1-310/21 Shorter College L 1-310/26 Berea College W 2-010/29 Cumberland University L 1-411/02 Martin Methodist College L 3-4

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    2006 (6-8-3) (3-4) (0-1)Head Coach: Mark Champion

    Date Opponent WL Score 08/24 Brescia University W 1-008/31 Shorter College L 0 - 109/02 Asbury College T 0-009/07 Concordia (Oregon) L 0-509/09 Warner Pacific W OT 3-209/14 Oakland City W 1-009/20 Cumberlands (Ky.) T 2-209/23 Crichton College (TS) W 2-009/25 Union University (TS) L 0-109/27 Cumberland University (TS) cancelled 09/30 Bethel College (TS) L 2-310/04 Martin Methodist (TS) L 0-510/07 Campbellsville University T 2-210/12 Lambuth University (TS) W 2-110/16 Faulkner University L OT 2-310/19 Freed-Hardeman (TS) W 2-110/21 Lyon College (TS) L 0-110/25 Union University TSAC-T L 0-5TSAC-T = TranSouth Tournament (TS) = TranSouth Match

    2007 (5-12) (3-5) (--)Head Coach: Brett Armstrong

    Date Opponent WL Score 08/25 Indiana Wesleyan University L 1-708/31 Fredonia State University L 0-109/01 Tennessee Wesleyan College L 0-809/05 University of the Cumberlands L 2-809/07 Brescia University W 5-109/11 Union University (TS) L 0-409/15 Crichton College (TS) W 5-009/18 Lambuth University (TS) L 0-309/24 Christian Brothers University L 1-909/29 Bethel College (TS) L 1-1110/03 Martin Methodist College (TS) L 0-810/06 Colorado School of Mines L 0-710/08 Colorado Christian University L 0-310/11 Campbellsville University W 3-010/13 Lyon College (TS) W 3-210/16 Cumberland University (TS) L 0-210/20 Freed-Hardeman University (TS) W 6-0 (TS) TranSouth Match

    2008 (4-15) (1-5) (0-1)Head Coach: Brett Armstrong

    Date Opponent WL Score 08/27 Covenant College L 1-309/02 Tennessee Temple University W 8-309/09 Union University (TS) L 0-409/13 Crichton College W 6-009/16 Lambuth University L 0-209/19 Campbellsville University L 1-209/24 Christian Brothers University L 0-809/30 Brescia University W 3-010/04 Asbury College L 5-110/07 University of the Cumberlands L 1-310/09 Bethel College (TS) L 0-610/11 Spring Hill College L 1-310/13 William Carey University L 1-810/18 Lyon College (TS) L 0-510/21 Cumberland University (TS) W 3-2 (OT)10/23 University of the South L 0-710/28 Freed-Hardeman University (TS) L 0-111/01 Martin Methodist College (TS) L 0-911/08 Lyon College (TSAC-T) L 0-4 (TS) TranSouth Match (TSAC-T) TranSouth Tournament

    2009 (7-10-1) (1-4-1) (0-1)Head Coach: Brett Armstrong

    Date Opponent WL Score 09/1 Tenn Wesleyan W 2-009/8 Reinhardt Colleg L 2-609/11 Brescia University W 4-309/15 Judson W 6-109/25 Asbury College L 3-609/29 North Alabama L 0-310/2 Bethel TN (TS) L 0-110/6 Martin Methodist(TS) L 0-810/10 Montreat College W 1-010/13 Lees-McRae L 3-610/16 Freed-Hardeman(TS) W 2-110/20 Cumberland (TS) T 2-210/22 Tenn. Templ W 9-010/23 Lambuth University W 2-010/29 Campbellsville Univ L 1-210/31 Lyon College (TS) L 2-311/3 Union Univ. TN (TS) L 0-311/7 Lyon College(TSAC-T) L 0-2(TS) TranSouth Match, (TSAC-T) TranSouth Tournament

    2010 (4-11-2) (1-4-1) (--)Head Coach: Brett Armstrong

    Date Opponent WL Score 08/28 Reinhardt University T 1-109/1 Covenant College L 0-209/3 Oglethorpe University L 0-109/7 St. Catharine College W 3-109/10 Tennessee Wesleyan College L 1-209/14 Bryan College L 0-1 (OT)09/17 Faulkner University L 2-309/21 Campbellsville University W 1-009/24 Tennessee Temple W 8-009/28 Georgetown College L 0-210/1 Bethel University (TS) W 3-010/5 Martin Methodist (TS) L 0-710/9 Spring Hill L 2-310/15 Freed-Hardeman (TS) T 0-0 (2OT)10/23 Lyon College (TS) L 0-410/27 Cumberland University (TS) L 1-510/29 Union University (TS) L 1-2 (OT)(TS) TranSouth Match

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    Ahmespahic, Neira 2010-Aluoch, Joanna 2010-Argabright, Brittany 2006-2009Arnett, Megan 2007-2010Asher, Amy 2000Baggot, April 2000Bailey, Lindsay 2002Baker, Kristin 2000-2001Barnes, Stephanie 2001Bearden, Casey 2008Beaulieu, Taylor 2009-Bell, Chelsea 2007-2009 Black, Aubrey 2010-Blankenship, Jessica 2005-2006Bridges, Angela 2000Brown, Danika 2001-2004Brown, Tawny 2000-2002Carroll, Erica 2010-Casalenuovo, Allison 2006-2009Clemson, Lauren 2004Collins, Lauren 2001-2004Cox, Mackenzie 2010-Coxen, Moriah 2005-2006Daniel, Beth 2001Davis, Lauren 2008-2009Deering, Konstance 2008- Ereditario, Ashley 2001-2002Evick, Kassie 2006-2009Ewert, Marissa 2001Fallen, Jessi 2006-2009Forth, Justine 2007- Foutch, Lanie 2010-Francis, Karen 2001-2003Fullen, Audra 2010-Gibson, Emily 2005Goodson, Jennifer 2007-2008Goodson, Kimberly 2006-2007Hackney, Hope 2009-Halstead, Heather 2008- Harden, Ashley 2005-2006Hart, Nicole 2004Headrick, Bekah 2009- Helton, Courtney 2004-2005, 2007Herod, Leah 2000-2002Hill, Ana 2007-200Hoefel, Christina 2001Holland, Kelsey 2008Holloway, Ashley 2005-2006Hoover, Tracey 2003

    Jamison, Staci 2000-2001Jeffries, Stephanie 2002Lara, Alma 2003-2006Lawrence, Sarah 2002-2003Leary, Jessica 2007Liscano, Winter 2003Lord, Alexis 2004Martin, Danyelle 2007-2010Martin, Heather 2003-2006Maslyn, Amy 2008-2009 Maute, Heather 2007Mayes, Rachel 2010-McKinney, Alaina 2002-2004Mitchell, Tiffany 2006Morsch, Laurie 2000Mott, Carissa 2007Mwangi, Lillian 2004-2007Olson, Heather 2004-2007Opana, Anne 2004-2007Osegueda, Lucia 2003-2004Petty, Maria 2005Porter, Jessica 2009- Pratt, Carolyn 2000-2003Price, Kimberly 2007Robinson, Audrey 2010-Robinson, Lindsey 2010-Snchez, Tori 2001-2003Scruggs, Daveina 2000Shirer, Jessica 2001-2002Shockey, Kelsey 2002-2005Smith, Jennifer 2005-2006Staudt, Kellye 2000Stewart, Amy 2008Taylor, Deanna 2008Taylor, Jordan 2008Terry, Heather 2001Terry, Kim 2004Thomas, Aubree 2008-2010Thompson, Amanda 2000-2003Thornton, Casey 2002-2005Tchez, Rebeca 2001-2004Ulmet, Carissa 2008-2010VanEs, Kayla 2009- Weir, Druann 2008Wilkerson, Lacy 2003Wilson, Katie 2005-2006Worley, Kate 2009- Zurlinden, Lindsey 2007-2008

    WOMENS SOCCER HISTORY

    Alumni Roster

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    TSAC TranSouth Athletic ConferenceNAIA National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

    YEAR-BY-YEAR W L T W L T

    Stan Herod (4 Years) 20-45-0 Overall (4-18-0 Conference)

    2000-2001 2 13 0 1 5 0

    2001-2002 7 11 0 1 3 0

    2002-2003 5 10 0 0 5 0

    2003-2004 6 11 0 2 5 0

    Mark Champion (3 Years) 17-33-6 Overall (8-9 Conference)

    2004-2005 3 15 2 2 2 0

    2005-2006 8 10 1 3 3 0

    2006-2007 6 8 3 3 4 0

    Brett Armstrong (4 Years) 20-48-3 Overall (6-18-2 Conference

    2007-2008 5 12 0 3 5 0

    2008-2009 4 15 0 1 5 0

    2009-2010 7 10 1 1 4 1

    2010-2011 4 11 2 1 4 1

    Trevecca All-Time: 11 Years (2000-2011)

    TOTAL 57 126 9 18 45 2

    WOMENS SOCCER COACH HISTORY

    Stan Herod

    Mark Champion

    BrettArmstrong

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    POINTS CAREER

    66 Kassie Evick 2006-200957 Karen Francis 2001-200344 Tori Snchez 2001-200336 Heather Olson 2004-200536 Ashley Holloway 2005-200633 Heather Halstead 2008-31 Courtney Helton 2004-2005, 200728 Kayla VanEs 2009-28 Aubree Thomas 2008-201028 Loni Osegueda 2003-2004

    GOALS CAREER

    26 Kassie Evick 2006-200925 Karen Francis 2001-200319 Tori Snchez 2001-200315 Heather Olson 2004-200614 Heather Halstead 2008-12 Kayla VanEs 2009-11 Courtney Helton 2004-2005, 200711 Amanda Thompson 2000-200310 Loni Osegueda 2003-200410 Ashley Holloway 2005-2006

    ASSISTS CAREER

    16 Ashley Holloway 2005-200614 Kassie Evick 2006-200914 Aubree Thomas 2008-20109 Heather Olson 2004-2005 8 Loni Osegueda 2003-2004 8 Ana Hill 2007, 20097 Courtney Helton 2004-20057 Kelsey Shockey 2002-20057 Karen Francis 2001-20037 Lacy Wilkerson 20036 Justine Forth 2008-6 Tori Snchez 2001-2003

    SAVES CAREER

    337 Casey Thornton 2002-2005156 Amy Maslyn 2008-2009150 Laurie Morsch 2000121 Kimberly Goodson 2006-118 Ashley Ereditario 2001-200283 Bekah Headrick 2009-44 Konstance Deering 2008-200939 Neira Ahmespahic 2010-

    GOALS ALLOWED - CAREER

    18 Neira Ahmespahic 2010-19 Konstance Deering 2008-200939 Bekah Headrick 2009-82 Amy Maslyn 2008-2009

    SHUTOUTS CAREER

    13 Casey Thornton 2002-20054 Kimberly Goodson 2006-3 Laurie Morsch 20002 Bekah Headrick 2009-2 Amy Maslyn 2008-2009

    GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE CAREER (min 2 seasons played)

    2.94 Ashley Ereditario 2001-20022.98 Casey Thornton 2002-20053.40 Bekah Headrick 2009-3.55 Kontance Deering 2008-20093.56 Amy Maslyn 2008-2009

    WINS - CAREER W L T

    6 Amy Maslyn 2008-2009 6 18 04 Neira Ahmespahic 2010- 4 6 13 Bekah Headrick 2009- 3 7 22 Konstance Deering 2008-2009 2 1 0

    CAREER RECORDS

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    CORNER KICKS BY PERIOD

    No. PLAYER GP GS G A PTS G/SH SH SOG SOG/SH YC RC GWG PKM PKA

    0 AHMESPAHIC, Neira 14 11 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 4

    2 MAYES, Rachel 17 12 1 1 3 0.071 14 8 0.571 0 0 0 0 0

    3 THOMAS, Aubree 17 17 0 4 4 0.000 14 4 0.286 0 0 0 0 0

    4 FORTH, Justine 17 17 1 1 3 0.042 24 12 0.500 0 0 0 0 0

    5 PORTER, Jessica 15 15 0 0 0 0.000 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 0

    6 BEAULIEU, Taylor 16 0 1 0 2 0.250 4 4 1.000 0 0 1 0 0

    7 ULMET, Carissa 14 1 1 0 2 0.333 3 3 1.000 1 0 0 0 0

    8 COX, Mackenzie 16 3 2 3 7 0.400 5 3 0.600 0 0 0 0 0

    9 HACKNEY, Hope 17 5 2 1 5 0.154 13 9 0.692 0 0 0 0 0

    00 HEADRICK, Bekah 8 6 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0

    10 FULLEN, Audra 14 0 0 0 0 0.000 3 2 0.667 1 0 0 0 0

    11 FOUTCH, Lanie 17 17 2 1 5 0.333 6 4 0.667 0 0 0 1 1

    12 BLACK, Aubrey 17 5 1 2 4 0.059 17 8 0.471 0 0 0 0 0

    13 MARTIN, Danyelle 13 1 0 1 1 0.000 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 0

    14 VANES, Kayla 17 16 6 1 13 0.214 28 16 0.571 1 0 2 0 0

    15 ROBINSON, Lindsey 16 16 2 0 4 0.056 36 10 0.278 0 0 0 0 0

    16 CARROLL, Erica 15 8 1 0 2 0.333 3 1 0.333 0 0 0 0 0

    17 HALSTEAD, Heather 14 12 2 0 4 0.071 28 11 0.393 1 0 0 0 0

    18 ROBINSON, Audrey 7 7 0 0 0 0.000 4 2 0.500 0 0 0 0 0

    21 WORLEY, Kate 17 17 0 1 1 0.000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 0

    22 ARNETT, Megan 2 1 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0

    23 ALUOCH, Joanna 7 0 0 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0

    Totals 17 23 16 62 0.108 213 101 0.474 4 0 3 1 1

    Opponent 17 34 23 91 0.165 206 106 0.515 4 0 10 1 2

    1st 2nd OT1 OT2 OT3

    Trevecca Nazarene Univ 29 41 1 1

    Opponent 33 49 0 0

    FOULS BY PERIOD

    1st 2nd OT1 OT2 OT3

    Trevecca Nazarene Univ 50 56 3 0

    Opponent 42 49 0 1

    SHOTS BY PERIOD

    1st 2nd OT1 OT2 OT3

    Trevecca Nazarene Univ 100 108 1 4

    Opponent 114 127 3 0

    SAVES BY PERIOD

    1st 2nd OT1 OT2 OT3

    Trevecca Nazarene Univ 33 41 0 0

    Opponent 48 41 1 2

    No. PLAYER GP GS MIN GA GAAVG SV PCT W L T SHO

    0 AHMESPAHIC, Neira 13 9 961:55 18 1.680 39 0.684 4 6 1 2.000

    00 HEADRICK, Bekah 8 6 563:10 15 2.400 33 0.688 0 4 1 0.000

    12 BLACK, Aubrey 1 0 45:00 1 2.000 1 0.500 0 1 0 0.000

    Totals 22 15 1625:05 34 2.000 74 0.685 4 11 2 3.000

    Opponent 18 16 1476:05 15 0.880 78 0.839 10 3 2 6.000

    GOALIE STATS

    PLAYER STATS

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    8/28/2010 Reinhardt University A 1-1 T

    9/1/2010 Covenant College H 0-2 L

    9/3/2010 Oglethorpe University A 0-1 L

    9/7/2010 St. Catharine H 3-1 W

    9/10/2010 Tenn Wesleyan College A 1-2 L

    9/14/2010 Bryan College H 0-1 L

    9/17/2010 Faulkner University H 2-3 L

    9/21/2010 Campbellsville Univ A 1-0 W

    9/24/2010 Tennessee Temple A 8-0 W

    9/28/2010 Georgetown College H 0-2 L

    10/1/2010 Bethel University TN * H 3-0 W

    10/5/2010 Martin Methodist College * H 0-7 L

    10/9/2010 Spring Hill College H 2-3 L

    10/15/2010 Freed-Hardeman Univ * A 0-0 T

    10/23/2010 Lyon College * A 0-4 L

    10/27/2010 Cumberland University TN * A 1-5 L

    10/29/2010 Union University TN * H 1-2 L

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    SEPTEMBER1 Thurs Covenant College 6:00 PM Lookout Mtn., Tenn.3 Sat Reinhardt College 2:00 PM TREVECCA6 Tues Georgetown College 5:00 PM Georgetown, Ky. Mount Vernon Nazarene Invitational Mount Vernon, Ohio9 Fri Mount Vernon Nazarene 3:00 PM10 Sat Olivet Nazarene 2:00 PM14 Wed Bryan College 6:30 PM Dayton, Tenn.16 Fri Asbury College 6:00 PM TREVECCA20 Tues St. Catharine 2:00 PM St. Catharine, Ky.23 Fri Tennessee Wesleyan 6:00 PM TREVECCA

    OCTOBER4 Tues Martin Methodist 5:00 PM Pulaski, Tenn.6 Thurs Bethel University 3:00 PM McKenzie, Tenn.15 Sat Lyon College 12:30 PM TREVECCA18 Tues Cumberland University 5:00 PM TREVECCA21 Fri Freed-Hardeman 5:00 PM TREVECCA28 Fri Union University 5:00 PM Jackson, Tenn.

    NOVEMBER1 Tues Campbellsville University * 6:00 PM TREVECCA

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  • # Name Hgt Year Pos Hometown High School/Previous School00 Rebekah Headrick 5-8 JR GK Hendersonville, Tenn. Aaron Academy0 Kathleen Farris 5-3 FR GK Winter Haven, Fla. Winter Haven Senior HS1 Neira Ahmespahic 5-4 JR GK Nashville, Tenn. Nashville School of Arts/Lambuth Univ.2 Alex Hammond 5-5 FR MF/F Oak Park, Ill. Oak Park River Forrest HS3 Hannah Squires 5-7 FR MF Ooltewah, Tenn. Silverdale Baptist Academy4 Justine Forth 5-3 SR MF Ajax, Ontario Denis OConnor Catholic School5 Jessica Porter 5-3 JR D Columbia, Tenn. Spring Hill HS6 Taylor Beaulieu 5-8 JR MF/F Smyrna, Tenn. Ezell Harding Christian Academy7 Erica Carroll 5-7 SO D Ringgold, Ga. Silverdale Baptist Academy8 Mackenzie Cox 5-6 SO D Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS9 Mandy Nuckols 5-6 FR D/MF Springboro, Ohio Springboro HS10 Audra Fullen 5-7 SO MF Nolensville, Tenn. Ravenwood HS11 Lanie Foutch 5-8 SO D Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS12 Aubrey Black 5-7 SO D/MF Franklin, Tenn. Independence HS14 Kayla VanEs 5-8 JR MF/F Gallatin, Tenn. Hendersonville HS15 Lindsey Robinson 5-7 JR MF Atlanta, Ga. Veritas Academy/Bryan College16 Jordan Ponto 5-6 FR D/MF Bradenton, Fla. Bradenton Christian School17 Heather Halstead 5-8 SR MF/F Columbia, Tenn. Spring Hill HS18 Audrey Robinson 5-8 SO D Atlanta, Ga. Veritas Academy19 Chelsea Abney 5-3 FR MF Clarksville, Tenn. Northwest HS20 Brooke Gann 5-4 FR MF/F Chattanooga, Tenn. East Ridge HS21 Kate Worley 5-7 JR D Maumee, Ohio Toledo Christian HS23 Ryan Alosi 5-7 FR MF Ooltewah, Tenn. Silverdale Baptist Academy28 Brittany Wilkerson 5-5 SO MF/F Westchester, Ohio Lakota West HS/Lee University

    Head Coach: Brett Armstrong Assistant Coaches: Scott Davidson and Mark Foster Trainer: Stephanie Scott

    TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY2011-2012 WOMENS SOCCER ROSTER

    TRANSOUTH SCHOLAR-ATHLETE:

    (8) Taylor Beaulieu Jessica PorterLindsey RobinsonKayla VanEs

    Kate WorleyMegan ArnettAubree ThomasLindsey Robinson

    TRANSOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: (1) Kayla VanEs (9/27)

    TRANSOUTH ALL-CONFERENCE:(1) Second Team Kate Worley

    TRANSOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: (2) Neira Ahmespahic (9/27, 10/4)

    BRETT ARMSTRONG tied the Trevecca womens soccer record win his 20th career win in 2010.

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