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1 NORTHERN COLORADO 2005 Women s Soccer Game Notes SCHEDULE/RESULTS Record: Overall Home, Away, Neutral Date Opponent Time/Result 8/16 Metro State (exhibition) No Score 8/20 Utah State (exhibition) W, 2-1 8/26 Air Force W, 3-1 8/29 Charleston Southern W, 2-1 (2ot) 9/4 Creighton T, 2-2 (2ot) Idaho L, 2-1 Eastern Washington W, 2-1 9/18 Portland State L, 3-1 Drake % L, 3-0 9/23 vs. Weber State % L, 4-1 9/30 vs. Wright State # T, 1-1 (2ot) 10/2 vs. Idaho State # L, /9 Colorado L, 3-0 North Dakota State L, 3-2 South Dakota State W, /21 vs. Cal State-San Bernardino! W, 3-0 Northern Arizona L, 3-0 Wyoming L, 2-1 Kennesaw State ^ W, /5 vs. Francis Marion ^ W,2-1 % - Drake s Clash at Cownie (Des Moines, Iowa) # - Air Force Invitational (USAF Academy, Colo.)! - At Grand Canyon University (Phoenix, Ariz.) ^ - Kennesaw State Classic (Kennesaw, Ga.) Home games in bold and at the Butler-Hancock Soccer Field All Times Mountain and Subject to Change MEDIA QUICK FACTS City:... Greeley, Colorado Population... 80,000 Founded: Enrollment:... 12,300 Nickname:... Bears School Colors:... Blue and Gold Home Field:... Butler-Hancock Field (open) Press Row Phone:... (970) Affiliation:... NCAA Division I Conference:... Independent Future Conference:... Big Sky ( ) President:... Kay Norton Director of Athletics:... Jay S. Hinrichs 2004 Record: Soccer Contact:... Kyle Schwartz Office Phone:... (970) Cell Phone:... (970) Fax Number:... (970) Web Site:... UNCBears.com University of Bears (7-9-2) THE BEAR FACTS After starting the season with three wins and a tie, the University of finished the year equally as strong, winning four of its final six games. In total, the Bears won seven games during 2005, more than double the amount they won a year ago. That number bodes well, considering they return 23 of 24 players who saw action this season. Following the season, several Bears were honored on the Division I All-Independent squad, including freshman Jessica Zimmerman, who was named Offensive Player of the Year Season Wrapup In her first year with the program, Zimmerman led the team in goals (9), assists (9) and points (27). Her nine assists would have tied for the lead in the Big Sky Conference, a conference the Bears will join in Zimmerman was joined on the all-independent team by sophomore defender Megan Miller. Five UNC players earned honorable mention selections, including Megan Bellendir, Laura Hassebroek, Marika Johnson and Chrissy Marvin. will play a full Big Sky Conference schedule in 2006 and also move into the renovated Jackson Soccer Complex. PROBABLE STARTERS The Coach: Tim Barrera is (.581) in his seventh season as s head coach and (.578) in his 13th season overall as a head coach. Internet: Log onto UNCBears.com for the latest information on the Bears program including rosters, bios, statistics, releases, feature stories, box scores and much, much more. * Saves Pos. No. Name Cl. Goals Asst. Pts. Hometown F 23 Kady Hydrick Jr Arvada, Colo. F 13 Marika Johnson So Denver, Colo. F 22 Jessica Zimmerman Fr Greeley, Colo. F 16 Teresa Prais Fr Bettendorf, Iowa MF 11 Chelsey Ekenberg Jr Colorado Springs, Colo. MF 6 Laura Hassebroek Jr Sioux Falls, S.D. MF 7 Megan Bellendir So Broomfield, Colo. D 14 Megan Miller So Sammamish, Wash. D 19 Whitney Salter So Westminster, Colo. D 18 Kayla Oakley So Littleton, Colo. GK 1 Chrissy Marvin Jr. 66* 1 1 Lakewood, Colo.

2 2005 University of Bears Women s Soccer 2005 NORTHERN COLORADO BEARS ROSTER No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (Last School) 0 Laura Knudsen GK 5 8 Sr. Thornton, Colo. (Thornton H.S.) 1 Chrissy Marvin GK 5 11 Jr. Lakewood, Colo. (Green Mountain H.S.) 2 Ashley Brumback MF 5 5 Fr. Eugene, Ore. (Marist H.S.) 3 Kerry Pitt D 5 7 So. Littleton, Colo. (Columbine H.S.) 4 Jordan Weeks D/MF 5 5 Fr. Mililani, Hawaii (Kamehameha Schools) 5 Patricia Wong MF/D 5 7 Fr. Honolulu, Hawaii (Iolani H.S.) 6 Laura Hassebroek MF 5 6 Jr. Sioux Falls, S.D. (Washington H.S.) 7 Megan Bellendir MF 5 5 So. Broomfield, Colo. (Broomfield H.S.) 8 Jessica Daves F/MF 5 6 Fr. Parker, Colo. (Chaparral H.S.) 9 Katie Seno D 5 6 So. Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Highlands Ranch H.S.) 10 Natalie Askins F 5 5 Jr. Aurora, Colo. (Pace University) 11 Chelsey Ekenberg MF 5 5 Jr. Colorado Springs, Colo. (Doherty H.S.) 12 Alysha Beckie D 5 9 Fr. Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Mullen H.S.) 13 Marika Johnson F 5 6 So. Denver, Colo. (John F. Kennedy H.S.) 14 Megan Miller D 5 6 So. Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake H.S.) 15 Audrey Rich F 5 3 Jr. Albuquerque, N.M. (St. Pius X) 16 Teresa Prais F 5 6 Fr. Bettendorf, Iowa (Pleasant Valley H.S.) 17 Whitney Hawkins MF 5 2 Fr. Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman H.S.) 18 Kayla Oakley D 5 6 So. Littleton, Colo. (Douglas County H.S.) 19 Whitney Salter D 5 6 So. Westminster, Colo. (Legacy H.S.) 20 Erin Kikumoto D 5 3 Fr. Mililani, Hawaii (Mililani H.S.) 21 Lindsey Phillips D 5 10 Jr. Colorado Springs, Colo. (Air Academy) 22 Jessica Zimmerman F 5 7 Fr. Greeley, Colo. (Greeley Central H.S.) 23 Kady Hydrick F 5 8 Jr. Arvada, Colo. (Arvada West H.S.) 24 Annie Osborne D 5 10 So. Fort Collins, Colo. (Univ. of Colorado) 26 Dana Garrett GK 5 5 Fr. Golden, Colo. (Golden H.S.) 27 Krista Walters D/MF 5 4 Fr. Greeley, Colo. (Greeley West H.S.) 29 Brittni Biren D 5 10 Fr. Golden, Colo. (Arvada West H.S.) 32 Ashley Eaton MF 5 6 Fr.-RS Basalt, Colo. (Basalt H.S.) Head Coach: Tim Barrera (Virginia Tech, 86), 7th season Assistant Coach: Tracy Chao (Wake Forest, 03), 1st season Assistant Coach: Bree Edwards (UCLA, 00), 1st season Student Manager: Megan McFarland, 2nd season PRONOUNCIATION GUIDE Alysha (Ah-LISH-ah) Beckie; Brittany Biren (BY-run); Tracy Chao (CHOW); Jessica Daves (DAYVES); Chelsey Ekenberg (ECK-en-berg); Laura Hassebroek (HAS-ah-BROOK); Erin Kikumoto (KICK-ah-MOTO); Teresa Prais (Pr-ACE). ROSTER BREAKDOWN By the Year: has one (1) senior on a roster of 29 players. Seniors (1) Knudsen. Juniors (7) Askins, Ekenberg, Hassebroek, Hydrick, Marvin, Phillips, Rich. Sophomores (8) Bellendir, Johnson, Miller, Oakley, Osborne, Pitt, Salter, Seno. Freshmen (13) Beckie, Biren, Brumback, Daves, Eaton, Garrett, Hawkins, Kikumoto, Prais, Walters, Weeks, Wong, Zimmerman. By the State: The Bears represent eight (8) different states. Colorado (20) Askins, Beckie, Bellendir, Biren, Daves, Eaton, Ekenberg, Garrett, Hydrick, Johnson, Knudsen, Marvin, Oakley, Osborne, Phillips, Pitt, Salter, Seno, Walters, Zimmerman. Hawaii (3) Kikumoto, Weeks, Wong. Iowa (1) Prais. New Mexico (1) Rich. Nevada (1) Hawkins. Oregon (1) Brumback. South Dakota (1) Hassebroek. Washington (1) Miller Soccer Game Notes 2

3 2005 University of Bears Women s Soccer Head Coach tim barrera Alma Mater: Virgina Tech, 1986 Hometown: Freehold, N.J. Family: Single 7th Season at (13th overall) record at all-time record Winningest coach in UNC soccer history and second longest tenured male coach on staff. Led Bears to back-to-back Div. II NCAA Tournament appearances in 2001 and Led Bears to a pair of North Central Conference (NCC) titles (1999 and 2001) and was 1999 NCC Coach of the Year. Bears squad s have won 6 consecutive NSCAA Team Academic Awards and 4 total NSCAA Team Ethics Awards. Four-year starter ( ) at Virginia Tech and graduated as program s all-time leading scorer. Has coached one All-American, 13 all-region and 38 allconference selections at UNC. Has averaged 10.3 wins/season at, including four straight seasons of 13-plus win to begin his tenure at Bears coach. Year-by-Year Record as a Head Coach Year School Record 1993 Wilkes University (.133) 1994 Elmira College (.611) 1995 Elmira College (.647) 1996 Elmira College (.559) 1997 Elmira College (.750) 1998 Elmira College (.659) (.833) (.722) (.682) (.711) (.406) (.222) (.444) 7 yrs. At (.581) 13 yrs. Overall (.578) Milestones Victories Overall 1. Centenary College, NJ (2-1) - Oct. 9, Hartwick (5-0) - Sept. 16, Nebraska-Omaha (3-2) - Oct. 13, North Dakota State (2-1, OT) - Oct. 17, 2004 At 1. West Texas A&M (2-0) - Aug. 27, Augustana (11-0) - Oct. 8, North Dakota State (7-0) - Sept. 29, 2002 DIVISION I INDEPENDENTS (As of season s end) Overall vs. D-I Ind. Record Pct. Record Pct. North Dakota State Colorado College Francis Marion Longwood IPFW South Dakota State Utah Valley State South Carolina State NORTHERN COLORADO NOTES Zimmerman Named D-I Independent Offensive Player of the Year; Five Others Named to All-Independent Team: Freshman Jessica Zimmerman was named the 2005 Division I All-Independent Offensive Player of the Year after putting together an impressive freshman season. Zimmerman led the team and all independent players with nine goals, nine assists and 27 total points. She was joined on the all-independent team by sophomore defender Megan Miller. Four other Bears (Megan Bellendir, Laura Hassebroek, Marika Johnson and Chrissy Marvin) were named honorable mention selections. Trio of Bears Named to D-I Independent All-Academic Team: Three Bears were named to the 2005 Division I Independent All-Academic Team. They were Kady Hydrick (3.58 gpa in finance), Megan Bellendir (3.71 gpa in interdisciplinary studies) and Whitney Salter (4.00 in communications). It marked the second consecutive year that Hydrick had been named to the team. Salter Earns Academic All-District Honor: Sophomore Whitney Salter was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VII team. Salter has a 4.0 gpa in communications and was one of 11 student-athletes from District VII named to the team. Bears Exceed 2004 Win Total: With the 2-0 win over South Dakota State (Oct. 17), reached its fourth win of the season, exceeding its win total from the 2004 season. The Bears finished the year with seven wins, four more than the 2004 season. Bears vs. The Big Sky:, who officially joins the Big Sky Conference in 2006, finished the 2005 season by playing five teams from the Big Sky and compiling a record in those games. That includes a 2-1 win at Eastern Washington, a 3-1 home loss to Portland State (the 2004 Big Sky regular season champions), a 4-1 loss to Weber State (the 2004 Big Sky Tournament champions), a 2-0 loss to Idaho State and a 3-0 loss at Northern Arizona. The only Big Sky teams the Bears did not play this season are Montana and Sacramento State. Bears Record Back-to-Back Shutouts: With a 2-0 victory over South Dakota State (Oct. 17), the Bears notched their first shutout since a 0-0 tie at Southern Utah on Oct. 29, 2004 and first shutout victory since a 1-0 overtime win at Montana State-Billings on Oct. 26, The Bears made it back-to-back shutouts on Oct. 21 by defeating Cal State San Bernardino 3-0. It was the team s first back-to-back shutout wins since Oct. 16 & 19, 2002 when they shutout Colorado Christian and South Dakota State by identical 1-0 margins. UNC is all-time in shutout games under head coach Tim Barrera. Garrett Nets Shutout In Second Career Start: Freshman Dana Garrett recorded her first career victory and shutout on Oct. 17 at South Dakota State (a 2-0 UNC win). Garrett was making only her second start after starter Chrissy Marvin was injured in the Colorado game (Oct. 9). Garrett recorded her second shutout against Cal State San Bernardino (Oct. 21) and is now as a starter. Zimmerman Named Offensive Player of the Week: Freshman Jessica Zimmerman was named the Division I Independent Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 25. She scored a goal and added two assists as the Bears defeated Cal State San Bernardino and fell to Northern Arizona. Zimmerman Earns Newcomer of the Week Honors For the Third Time: Freshman Jessica Zimmerman was named the Division I Independent Newcomer of the Week on Oct. 18, the third time this season she earned the award. Zimmerman had a goal at North Dakota State and then assisted on the game-winner at South Dakota State. Freshman Impact: The Bears 13 freshmen this year made a big impact in The freshmen have scored 14 of the team s 25 goals (nine by Jessica Zimmerman, three by Whitney Hawkins, Teresa Prais and Patricia Wong). Marvin - Goal Stopper: Junior goalkeeper Chrissy Marvin had a breakout season in 2004 on her way to team MVP honors. In her first-year as a starter, Marvin had 123 saves (only three off the school record) and ranked 19th nationally in saves/game (6.83). She currently ranks fifth in school history in career saves (198), after registering 66 in She also has a huge left foot, as her kicks sail most of the field. As a sophomore, she actually assisted on a pair of goals (ranking her second on the team in assists) off free kicks from midfield. She added an assist in the Bears 2005 season opener to push DIVI- SION I INDE- PEN- her career assists total to three. Marvin was injured in the Colorado game (Oct. 9) and has missed four games before returning to the pitch. Division I Independents: Once again this season, nine NCAA Division I Independent 2005 Soccer Game Notes 3

4 2005 University of Bears Women s Soccer women s soccer teams have joined forces to award Player of the Week awards and compile individual and team statistics. The teams are Colorado College, Francis Marion, IPFW, Longwood, North Dakota State,, South Carolina State, South Dakota State and Utah Valley State. Awards and statistics will be released on each Tuesday of the season beginning on Sept. 6. An index of award winners and other information on D-I Independent soccer can be found at: Home Sweet Home: With the move to Division I, the Bears have had to play a lot of games on the road the past few seasons. In 2003, the team had only two regular season matches and they played six home matches at home a year ago. This year they played five regular season games (three of which were before Labor Day) and finished The Bears hold a (.702) record at home in the Tim Barrera Era. Overall, the team is (.689) at home in its 21 seasons of varsity soccer. SEASON NOTES The Continued Move to Division I: The sports season marks year No. 3 in the reclassification process to Division I for the Bears. On May 10, 2002 the UNC Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve a move for the intercollegiate athletics program to NCAA Division I. The sports year marked the last season for the Bears in the North Central Conference and the NCAA Division II level and was an exploratory year in the move was the first season of the four-year reclassification period and last season ( ) marked year No. 2. The program officially becomes a Division I school (and eligible for NCAA Championships) in Bears to Join Big Sky Conference in : As the Bears continue the reclassification to Division I, they have finally found a conference home. On July 1, 2006, the program will officially become a member of the Big Sky Conference and will compete against a full BSC schedule in The department s programs (with the exception of women s volleyball - which got a waiver from the NCAA) will not be eligible for Big Sky championships or NCAA berths until , the program s first full year of Division I competition. On the soccer pitch, the Bears will compete against the other seven (of eight) Big Sky teams that sponsor soccer: Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Northern Arizona, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State (Montana State does not sponsor women s soccer). Soccer Bears Get New Home: With the move to Division I and the Big Sky Conference, a student referendum was passed in April 2005, which gave $16 million dollars in improvements for athletic facilities. Part of that money will go to giving the Bears a true soccer stadium, as renovations on the Jackson Sports Complex will begin in May 2006 and be completed by August 2006 in time for the Bears to begin their first Big Sky season. The stadium, which was home to UNC football from , will get a reconfigured and reconditioned playing surface, a new scoreboard, lights (allowing the team to host their first-ever night game), an upgrade to the bleachers and the creation of new team rooms and training staff offices. The Bears have played their first 21 seasons of varsity soccer on the Butler-Hancock Soccer Fields on the west UNC campus, an area directly outside the Butler- Hancock Athletic Center (home of the main athletic offices). Bears Welcome Two New Assistants: The Bears welcome two new assistant coaches to the program in Tracy Chao (Wake Forest, 2003) played four years for Wake Forest, helping her team to three NCAA Tournament trips. Chao, a defender, was moved to goalkeeper her sophomore year, became the first ACC goalkeeper to shutout North Carolina and won team MVP honors. Chao, a native of Raleigh, N.C., is the first full-time assistant coach for the program. The other new face is graduate assistant Bree Edwards (UCLA, 2000). Edwards helped UCLA to four NCAA Tournaments and a overall record in her time in Westwood. A native of Bellevue, Wash., Edwards was a Parade All-American in high school, and the first Parade All-American soccer player to attend UCLA. Hawaiian Connection: This year s roster features three student-athletes from the Aloha State. Erin Kikumoto, Jordan Weeks and Patricia Wong are all freshmen on this year s roster and continue in a long line of Hawaiians that have played soccer at. First-Ever Meetings: Nine of the Bears 18 regular season matchups this year are against teams they will be playing for the first-time: Charleston Southern, Idaho, Portland State, Drake, Weber State, Wright State, Idaho State, Northern Arizona and Francis Marion. In total, the Bears are playing five Big Sky Conference teams in 2005 (Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Northern Arizona, Portland State and Weber State), including four of those for the first-time ever; UNC becomes a member of the BSC in Which team on this year s schedule have the Bears played the most? North Dakota State - The teams will be meeting for the ninth time this year on Oct. 14 in Fargo. Butler-Hancock Field Finale: The Bears 3-0 loss to Colorado on Oct. 9 marked the 135th and final regular season game ever played at Butler-Hancock Soccer Field. The Bears move across campus to Jackson Soccer Stadium next season. Colorado Makes an Appearance in Greeley: When Colorado played in Greeley 2005 season trends The Bears are... In 2005 Under Barrera Overall At Home At Away matches At Neutral sites In their last five matches Versus Division I Independents When they score first When leading at halftime When trailing at halftime When tied at halftime When taking more shots than opp When making more saves than opp When taking more corners than opp When committing fewer fouls than opp In one-goal games In two-goal games In five-plus goal games When scoring 1 goal When scoring 2 goals When scoring 3 goals When scoring 4 goals When scoring 5 or more goals In shutout games When allowing 1 goal When allowing 2 goals When allowing 3 goals When allowing 4 goals When allowing 5 or more goals In overtime games In games starting before 5:00 p.m In games starting after 5:00 p.m On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday In August In September In October In November Soccer Game Notes 4

5 2005 University of Bears Women s Soccer on Oct. 9, it marked their first-ever appearance in Greeley during the regular season (although they did play an exhibition game there). Colorado won 3-0 and leads the all-time series 3-0. Bears vs. Colorado Teams: has struggled against in-state teams recently, losing six of its last eight games versus in-state rivals over the past three seasons. The wins in that time period came against Division II Regis (2003) and Air Force (2005). UNC does not have another game against a Colorado team this season. Askins and Phillips Honored on Senior Day: Natalie Askins and Lindsey Phillips were honored on Oct. 9 before the Colorado game as they participated in the final home game of their careers. Although both have junior eligibility, both will graduate this year and not return in Askins has played in all but one game this season; Phillips has not seen action due to injury. After falling to CU 3-0, the Bears are now 5-2 on Senior Days (or the final regular season home game of the year) in the Tim Barrera Era. The other loss was to Colorado College at the end of the 2003 season. Miller Named D-I Independent Co-Defensive Player of the Week: Sophomore defender Megan Miller was named D-I Independent Co-Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 4. Miller helped key the Bears defense in games against Wright State and Idaho State the previous week. Miller played in all 200 minutes of the Bears weekend games, helping the team to a record last week. In a 1-1 tie with Wright State, she helped limit WSU to nine shots and only one attempt in overtime. In the Bears 2-0 loss to Idaho State, she was instrumental in limiting ISU to only four shots all game (and only two on-goal). Goal Explosion: scored three goals in its season-opening victory over Air Force (Aug. 26). It marked the first time they had scored three goals in a game since Oct. 15, 2004 when they scored three times against South Dakota State. Overall the Bears had scored three or more goals in a game only four times over the past two seasons before accomplishing the feat against Air Force. It marked the first time the Bears had scored three or more goals against a full Division I team since they began the reclassification process to Division I in You have to go all the way back to Oct. 7, 1992 (a 5-1 win over Air Force) to find the last time they scored three or more goals against a full D-I team. Why are three goals so important? The Bears are all-time under Coach Barrera when scoring three or more goals in a game. Zimmerman Shines in Debut: Greeley native and freshman Jessica Zimmerman made an immediate impact for the Bears in her collegiate debut. Against Air Force (Aug. 26), Zimmerman assisted on the Bears first goal (by another freshman, Teresa Prais) and then scored two goals in a 31-second span of the second half to push the Bears to a 3-1 victory over in-state rival Air Force. Zimmerman s five points in her debut was the most ever by a freshman in their debut. Scoring goals is nothing new to Zimmerman, who scored 108 goals in her prep career, including 38 as a senior, at Greeley Central High School. Zimmerman Named D-I Independent Newcomer of the Week in Consecutive Weeks: Freshman Year Record (.500) (.500) (.500) (.000) (.777) (1.000) (.875) (.625) (.808) (.750) (1.000) bears at home The Bears have compiled a (.689) record at home in 21 seasons of the program s history. In the seven years of the Tim Barrera era (99-present), UNC has a (.702) record. Year Record (.500) (.600) (1.000) (.429) (.286) (.813) (.750) (.643) (.667) (.500) Totals (.689) Jessica Zimmerman was named Division I Independent Newcomer of the Week on both Sept. 7 and Sept. 13. Zimmerman won the award the first time after scoring a pair of goals and adding an assists in a win over Charleston Southern and a tie against Creighton. She earned it the second time after scoring the gamewinning goal with just 50 seconds left bears record book watch Career Saves 1. Becky Kuhl ( ) Julie Rocha ( ) Shari Lewis ( ) Emily Kipling ( ) Chrissy Marvin (2003-present) Shanna Swinehart ( ) Becky Wendt ( ) Lisa Griffin (1995) Tonia Hemphill ( ) Jenny Krueger ( ) Career Goals 1. Mandy Nilsen ( ) Kiha Thomas ( ) Lisa Jacobsen ( ) Jackie Pang ( ) Heather Jones ( ) Sara Peterson ( ) Laura Thompson (1986, 88-90) Kelley Hudson ( ) Patty Leach ( ) Jessica Brennan ( ) Kalyn Sprehe ( ) Chelsey Ekenberg (2003-present) Season Goals 1. Mandy Nilsen (2001) Kiha Thomas (2001) Kelley Hudson (1994) Mandy Nilsen ( Kiha Thomas (1999) Jackie Pang (1997) Lisa Jacobsen (1986) Heather Jones (1996) Mandy Nilsen (1998) Mandy Nilsen (1999) Jessica Zimmerman (2005)... 9 Career Assists 1. Mandy Nilsen ( ) Kiha Thomas ( ) Jackie Pang ( ) Kalyn Sprehe ( ) Lisa Jacobsen ( ) Christine Devaney ( ) Steph Stengaard ( ) Deanna Castorena ( ) Jessica Brennan ( ) Lisa Behm ( ) Erin McGinnis ( ) Jessica Zimmerman (2005-present) Kady Hydrick (2003-present) Chelsey Ekenberg (2003-present)... 5 Career Points 1. Mandy Nilsen ( ) Kiha Thomas ( ) Lisa Jacobsen ( ) Jackie Pang ( ) Kalyn Sprehe ( ) Heather Jones ( ) Sara Peterson ( ) Jessica Brennan ( ) Laura Thompson (1986, 88-90) Kelley Hudson ( ) Chelsey Ekenberg (2003-present) Jessica Zimmerman (2005-present) Season Points 1. Mandy Nilsen (2001) Kiha Thomas (2001) Mandy Nilsen (2000) Kiha Thomas (1999) Kelley Hudson (1994) Jackie Pang (1997) Lisa Jacobsen (1986) Mandy Nilsen (1998) Mandy Nilsen (1999) Heather Jones (1996) Jessica Zimmerman (2005) Soccer Game Notes 5

6 2005 University of Bears Women s Soccer against Eastern Washington on Sept. 11. Golden Goal: Freshman Patricia Wong s golden goal in double overtime against Charleston Southern (Aug. 29) marked the Bears first golden goal victory since Oct. 17, 2004 when the Bears topped North Dakota State (thanks to a goal from Jody Alvarez). Overtime Madness: The Bears have had two games this year go to overtime, as they topped Charleston Southern (Aug. 29) in double overtime and tied Creighton (Sept. 4). The Bears are all-time in overtime games and under head coach Tim Barrera. The double overtime victory was the first since Oct. 8, 1997 when they beat Southern Colorado 1-0 in double overtime. Season & Home Openers: Following a 3-1 victory over Air Force (Aug. 26), is now (.675) all-time in season openers and 3-4 all-time in season openers under head coach Tim Barrera. The win snapped a two-year losing streak in home openers, including a 1-0 loss at Air Force a year ago. UNC is also now (.675) all-time in home openers, extending their record to 9-2 in home openers over the past 11 years. The Bears are 5-2 in home openers under Barrera. Bears Top Rival Air Force: With a 3-1 win in the season-opener over Air Force (Aug. 26), snapped a four-game losing streak to their neighbors to the south. UNC had won the first two meeting in the series but had lost four in a row dating back to the 1992 season when the Bears won 5-1 in Greeley. Home Field Unbeaten Streak Ends: saw its five-game unbeaten streak at home, including wins over South Dakota State and North Dakota State last year and Air Force and Charleston Southern this year as well as a tie against Creighton in 2005, end on Sept. 18 with a 3-1 loss to Portland State. It was the first loss for the Bears at home since losing to North Texas on Oct. 8, Bellendir and Miller Named to Drake s Clash All-Tournament Team: Sophomores Megan Bellendir and Megan Miller were named to the All- Tournament team at Drake s Clash at Cownie on Sept in Des Moines. The Bears finished the event 0-2 after losing to Drake and Weber State (who claimed the team title). Prais Returns to the Lineup: Freshman Teresa Prais scored a goal in the first half of her first collegiate game (Aug. 26 vs. Air Force). However, she suffered an injury and missed the next seven and a half games. She made her return to the pitch on Sept. 30, as the Bears tied Wright State 1-1 at the Air Force Invitational. Late Games: The Bears played a pair of night games at Drake s Clash at Cownie, their first night games of the season (UNC lost both). The Bears also played a night game at the Air Force Invitational, tying Wright State 1-1 in a night game. Overall the Bears are in games starting at 5 p.m. or later under head coach Tim Barrera. The Bears had lost their last four night games before tying Wright State. Coaches Radio Show Now on Wednesday: Fans came now attend the Coors Light Coaches Show each Wednesday afternoon at Noon at Old Chicago (2349 W. 29th St.). The event, which used to be on Monday s, is open to the public and the cost of lunch is only $7, as fans hear about the happenings of UNC Athletics from in-season coaches. KFKA s Troy Coverdale serves as host and the show airs on tape-delay on Newstalk 1310 KFKA at 7 p.m. that night Soccer Game Notes 6

7 Game One, 3 - Air Force, 1 Aug. 26, 2005 Greeley, Colo. (Butler-Hancock Soccer Field) GREELEY, Colo. - Freshman Jessica Zimmerman scored a pair of goals in a 31-second span of the second half as topped in-state rival Air Force 3-1 in the season-opener for both teams. Zimmerman also added an assist to net five total points in the best debut by a freshman in soccer history. In the first half it was another freshman, Teresa Prais, who put the Bears (1-0-0) on top at 31:52 as she scored on assists by Zimmerman and Kady Hydrick. But Air Force (0-1-0) tied the game 61 seconds later when Katherine Taylor scored off an assist by Ashley Parker less than two minutes after she had entered the contest. The teams were again evenly matched the first 25 minutes of the second half before an Air Force foul gave UNC a free kick just inside midfield. Junior goalkeeper Chrissy Marvin came up to take the kick, placing it perfectly for Zimmerman to head into the net for her first collegiate goal. The assist was the third of the career for Marvin. But Zimmerman was not content with the one goal, as she hit a magnificent shot from yards out on the left side just 31 seconds later. The ball snuck past AFA goalkeeper Erin Wallace and put on top 3-1. The win was the first in a season-opener for UNC since the 2002 season when they beat Regis 2-1. fell to Air Force 1-0 a year ago. The Bears are now all-time in season openers and 2-5 in season openers under head coach Tim Barrera. won its home opener for the ninth time in the last 11 years. Wallace made five saves for the Falcons while Marvin did not have a save for the Bears. She faced only one shot on-goal all afternoon. Air Force now leads the all-time series 4-3 as the Bears snapped a four-game losing streak to the Falcons that dated back to the 1992 season. The three goals were the most for the Bears since scoring three times against South Dakota State on Oct. 15 of last season. Overall the Bears had scored only three goals or more in a game four times over the past two seasons ( ). It marked the first time the Bears had scored three goals against a full Division I team since they began the reclassification process in 2003 and first time overall during the regular season against a D- I team since scoring five times against Air Force on Oct. 7, Soccer Box Score (Final) 2005 Women's Soccer Air Force vs (Aug 26, 2005 at Greeley, Colo.) Air Force (0-1-0) vs. Goals by period 1 2 Tot (1-0-0) Date: Aug 26, 2005 Attendance: 250 Air Force Weather: Clear, Sunny, Warm Air Force Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A GK 0 WALLACE, Erin GK 1 Chrissy Marvin D 3 WOOD, Alison D 3 Kerry Pitt D 4 PARKER, Ashley MF 6 Laura Hassebroek F 5 PERKOWSKI, Brittney MF 7 Megan Bellendir MF 6 NICOLAIDES, Taryn MF 11 Chelsey Ekenberg F 7 McDOWELL, Raegan D 12 Alysha Beckie F 8 SLOGIC, Katherine F 13 Marika Johnson F 9 HENRY, Sean D 14 Megan Miller MF 12 MOKOS, Melinda F 16 Teresa Prais D 15 CLELAND, Amanda D 19 Whitney Salter D 19 BRODIE, Christin F 23 Kady Hydrick Substitutes Substitutes SANFORD, Corbin Jordan Weeks TEMES, Lindsay Patricia Wong PLICHTA, Katie Katie Seno BENSON, Meredith Natalie Askins YADLIN, Roni Audrey Rich TAYLOR, Katherine Kayla Oakley EMORY, Rachael Jessica Zimmerman Totals Annie Osborne Totals Air Force ## Player MIN GA Saves ## Player MIN GA Saves WALLACE, Erin... 90: Chrissy Marvin... 90: Shots by period 1 2 Tot Saves by period 1 2 Tot Air Force Air Force Corner kicks 1 2 Tot Fouls 1 2 Tot Air Force Air Force SCORING SUMMARY: GOAL Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description :52 NCOL Teresa Prais (1) Jessica Zimmerman; Kady Hydrick 2. 32:53 AF TAYLOR, Katherine (1) PARKER, Ashley 3. 72:57 NCOL Jessica Zimmerman (1) Chrissy Marvin Header off free kick from midfield 4. 73:28 NCOL Jessica Zimmerman (2) (unassisted) Game Two, 2 - Charleston Southern, 1 (2ot) Aug. 29, 2005 Greeley, Colo. (Butler-Hancock Soccer Field) GREELEY, Colo. - Freshman Patricia Wong s golden goal off a corner kick by sophomore Megan Miller 14:02 into overtime lifted the to a 2-1 double-overtime victory over Charleston Southern at Butler-Hancock Soccer Field. Wong picked a perfect time to score her first collegiate goal, as (2-0-0) had to battle back from an early deficit with a second half goal to force overtime. After a Charleston Southern (0-2-0) foul, Miller s left-footed kick sailed in-front of the goal and Wong settled the ball and placed it into the back of the net to give the Bears their second victory of the season. With the overtime victory, improved to all-time in overtime games and under head coach Tim Barrera. CSU struck first, scoring 11:46 into the match when Katy Lange scored her team s first goal of the season. Lady Buc goalkeeper Miki Wilson lifted a long ball of a goal kick and the ball bounced perfectly at midfield for Charleston Southern, giving Lange the opportunity to put her team on top early. Despite outshooting CSU 10-5 in the opening half, the Bears found themselves down 1-0 at halftime. It was not until the 58th minute that the game would be evened, as freshman Jessica Zimmerman lifted an unbelievable acrobatic shot over Wilson s outstretched hand to tie the contest. Zimmerman leads the team with three goals after only two games. In total, used 20 players in the game while CSU, who lost 3-0 at Wyoming on Saturday, used only 15. UNC controlled the offensive attack, taking 29 shots to CSU s eight, including a 17-2 advantage in the second half. CSU s keeper made nine saves while junior Chrissy Marvin made one for the Bears. The Bears are off to their first start since the 2002 season. The Bears have now won four in a row at home. Soccer Box Score (Final) 2005 Bears Soccer Charleston Southern vs (Aug 29, 2005 at Greeley, Colo.) Charleston Southern (0-2-0) vs. Goals by period 1 2 OT O2 Tot (2-0-0) Date: Aug 29, 2005 Attendance: 265 Charleston Southern Weather: Clear and Sunny Charleston Southern Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A GK 0 WILSON, Miki GK 1 Chrissy Marvin F 3 MCCOY, Randall D 3 Kerry Pitt F 5 CRONA, Katie MF 6 Laura Hassebroek MF 6 GUNYAN, Caitlin MF 7 Megan Bellendir F 9 LANGE, Katy MF 11 Chelsey Ekenberg MF 12 BETHKE, Christine F 13 Marika Johnson MF 13 TREXLER, Lindsey D 14 Megan Miller MF 14 BOLICK, Brittany D 19 Whitney Salter D 15 MARTINI, Maggie F 22 Jessica Zimmerman D 18 KIM, Jessica F 23 Kady Hydrick MF 22 KNIGHT, Karen D 24 Annie Osborne Substitutes Substitutes BLASCKE, Melanie Ashley Brumback McGONEGAL, Megan Jordan Weeks PESTERFIELD, Kelly Patricia Wong MURPHY, Briana Jessica Daves Totals Natalie Askins Audrey Rich Whitney Hawkins Kayla Oakley Krista Walters Totals Charleston Southern ## Player MIN GA Saves ## Player MIN GA Saves WILSON, Miki : Chrissy Marvin : Shots by period 1 2 OT O2 Tot Saves by period 1 2 OT O2 Tot Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Corner kicks 1 2 OT O2 Tot Fouls 1 2 OT O2 Tot Charleston Southern Charleston Southern SCORING SUMMARY: GOAL Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description :46 CSU LANGE, Katy (1) WILSON, Miki Breakaway down right side off goal kick 2. 57:28 NCOL Jessica Zimmerman (3) (unassisted) Shot lofted over goalie's head :02 NCOL Patricia Wong (1) Megan Miller Off corner kick Game Three, 2 - Creighton, 2 (2ot) Sept. 4, 2005 Greeley, Colo. (Butler-Hancock Soccer Field) GREELEY, Colo. - Freshman Jessica Zimmerman scored her fourth goal of the season in the 82nd minute to tie the game at 2-2 and the score remained that way through two overtime periods as and Creighton finished in a 2-2 tie. (2-0-1) remained undefeated on the season after beginning the year with three consecutive home games. The team only has two home games the rest of the season (compared to 13 road contests). Junior Laura Hassebroek got the Bears on the board at 15:16 with her first goal of the season thanks to assists from Zimmerman and Marika Johnson. UNC remained in the lead through halftime until Creighton (1-1-2) got a lucky bounce in the 53rd minute. Soccer Box Score (Final) 2005 Bears Soccer Creighton vs (Sep 04, 2005 at Greeley, Colo.) Creighton (1-1-2) vs. Goals by period 1 2 OT O2 Tot (2-0-1) Date: Sep 04, 2005 Attendance: 304 Creighton Weather: Clear and Sunny Creighton Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A GK 25 Zimmerer, Valerie GK 1 Chrissy Marvin D 2 Peetz, Ally D 3 Kerry Pitt MF 5 DeLue, Nicole MF 6 Laura Hassebroek D 6 Russell, Sam MF 7 Megan Bellendir F 7 Gans, Marcy MF 11 Chelsey Ekenberg MF 10 Waid, Lissa F 13 Marika Johnson MF 12 Moser-Bleil, Tristan D 14 Megan Miller MF 15 Munn, Emily D 18 Kayla Oakley F 18 Brennan, Katie D 19 Whitney Salter D 19 Mackenzie, Chelsea F 22 Jessica Zimmerman D 23 Willrett, Kristine F 23 Kady Hydrick Substitutes Substitutes Reeves, Sydney Jordan Weeks Peetz, Katy Patricia Wong Vaught, Lindsay Jessica Daves Arvesen, Gretta Natalie Askins Valentin, Ivonne Alysha Beckie Ihemelu, Toch Audrey Rich TM Team Whitney Hawkins Totals Krista Walters Totals Creighton ## Player MIN GA Saves ## Player MIN GA Saves Zimmerer, Valerie : Chrissy Marvin : Shots by period 1 2 OT O2 Tot Saves by period 1 2 OT O2 Tot Creighton Creighton Corner kicks 1 2 OT O2 Tot Fouls 1 2 OT O2 Tot Creighton Creighton SCORING SUMMARY: GOAL Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description :16 NCOL Laura Hassebroek (1) Jessica Zimmerman; Marika Johnson 2. 52:44 CREIGH OWN GOAL (unassisted) Own Goal off thrown in :35 CREIGH Vaught, Lindsay (3) Brennan, Katie 4. 81:52 NCOL Jessica Zimmerman (4) Marika Johnson; Jessica Daves 2005 Soccer Game Notes 7

8 Sophomore Sam Russell used a flip throw off a throw-in to propel the ball in front of her team s goal. The ball bounced around and deflected off a defender into the net for an own goal to tie the game at 1-1. Just over four minutes later, CU s Lindsay Vaught scored her third goal of the season off an assist from Katie Brennan. But the Bears, who found themselves down against Charleston Southern last Monday, did not panic and forced the issue with five second half shots. Zimmerman finally broke through off excellent team passing in front of the goal, as Johnson and freshman Jessica Daves assisted on Zimmerman s game-tying goal. Through three games, Zimmerman leads the team with four goals, two assists and 10 points. Last year the team lead in points was 14 (in 18 games). Neither team could put the ball in the goal in the two overtime periods, although Creighton had several good chances. The Bluejays outshot UNC 4-1 in the first overtime period and 1-0 in the final period. junior keeper Chrissy Marvin made a season-high nine saves for the Bears while Valerie Zimmerer had four saves for CU. The game acted as some revenge for a 5-1 defeat in Omaha against the Bluejays two years ago. That game marked only the third time in 13 seasons the Bears had allowed five goals in a game. The overtime game was the second consecutive for the Bears, who are now all-time in overtime games and in OT games under Barrera. The tie is the first since tying Kennesaw State 2-2 on Nov. 4, The Bears had two ties a year ago. Game Four Idaho, 2 -, 1 Sept. 9, 2005 Moscow, Idaho (Wicks Field) MOSCOW, Idaho - dropped its first match of the year, a 2-1 decision at Idaho on Friday afternoon. The match was the first road game of the year for (2-1-1) who won two and tied in another game in three straight to open the season at home. Sophomore Marika Johnson put the Bears on top early, scoring off an assist by Laura Hassebroek just eight minutes into the game. The host Vandals (2-2-0) would counter with its first goal at 18:41 when Jenny Springer scored off a corner by Caitlyn Wicks. The game would remain tied at halftime before UI took the lead for good in the 69th minute when Sonja Baumgartner scored on a header off a cross by Aly South. Each team had nine shots on the day, although Idaho out shot the Bears 7-4 in the second half. Junior keeper Chrissy Marvin made two saves for UNC while Lindsay Smith also had two for the Vandals. The meeting was the first in the series between the two teams. Soccer Box Score (Final) 2005 Bears Soccer vs Idaho (Sep 09, 2005 at Moscow, Idaho) (2-1-1) vs. Goals by period 1 2 Tot Idaho (2-2-0) Date: Sep 09, 2005 Attendance: Weather: cold, windy Idaho Idaho Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A GK 1 Chrissy Marvin GK 0 Smith, Lindsay Kerry Pitt Hodgin, Eija Laura Hassebroek Wicks, Caitlyn Megan Bellendir Constable, Kayla Chelsey Ekenberg Quinn, Katie Marika Johnson Bunday, Morgan Megan Miller Beitel, Brittney Kayla Oakley Dunn, Megan Whitney Salter Springer, Jenny Jessica Zimmerman South, Aly Kady Hydrick McAlexander, Mandy Substitutes Substitutes Jordan Weeks Findlay, Amanda Patricia Wong Madeira, Maria Jessica Daves Kehl, Adriane Natalie Askins Evans, Courtney Alysha Beckie Baumgartner, Sonja Whitney Hawkins Totals Totals Idaho ## Player MIN GA Saves ## Player MIN GA Saves Chrissy Marvin... 90: Smith, Lindsay... 90: Shots by period 1 2 Tot Saves by period 1 2 Tot Idaho Idaho Corner kicks 1 2 Tot Fouls 1 2 Tot Idaho Idaho SCORING SUMMARY: GOAL Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description :04 NCOL Marika Johnson (1) Laura Hassebroek cross, deflected by defender 2. 18:41 UI Springer, Jenny Wicks, Caitlyn off corner 3. 68:22 UI Baumgartner, Sonja South, Aly header off cross, into right low corner Game Five, 2 - Eastern Washington, 1 Sept. 11, 2005 Cheney, Wash. (Sports & Rec Center) CHENEY, Wash. - Freshman Jessica Zimmerman scored her fifth goal of the season, and second game-winning goal of the year, in the final minute Sunday as topped Big Sky Conference foe Eastern Washington 2-1. With the win the Bears equaled its win total from a year ago after only five games. The win for (3-1-1) helped avenge a 2-1 loss to their future Big Sky foe from a year ago, when EWU (1-5-0) won in Greeley. The two teams will meet annually starting next season when the Bears officially join the Big Sky Conference. The Eagles took a early lead, when Jennie Summers scored her first goal of the season in the 30th minute. The lead lasted through halftime and until junior Chelsey Ekenberg scored her first goal of the year at the 63 minute mark. And despite getting outshot for the game, continued to battle until Zimmerman came through with just 50 seconds left on the clock. Zimmerman, last week s D-I Independent Newcomer of the Week, now leads the team with 12 points on the season. Junior keeper Chrissy Marvin made five saves for the Bears while Tiera Como made seven for EWU. Soccer Box Score (Final) 2005 Bears Soccer vs Eastern Washington (Sep 11, 2005 at Cheney, Wash.) (3-1-1) vs. Goals by period 1 2 Tot Eastern Washington (1-5) Date: Sep 11, 2005 Attendance: Weather: Overcast Eastern Washington Eastern Washington Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A GK 1 Chrissy Marvin GK 1 Tiera Como Kerry Pitt Jennie Summers Laura Hassebroek Kim McMullen Megan Bellendir Nicole Deshazo Chelsey Ekenberg Beth Russell Marika Johnson Brittney Doran Megan Miller Abby Jensen Kayla Oakley Cat Baller Whitney Salter Kerstyn Dolack Jessica Zimmerman Kelsey Tufnail Kady Hydrick Cyeeta Mott Substitutes Substitutes Jordan Weeks Abbey Mathis Patricia Wong Ashley Young Jessica Daves Lillian Bourret Natalie Askins Melissa Guthrie Alysha Beckie Zoe White Whitney Hawkins Gwen Burgess Totals Morgan O'Friel Sarah Johnston Totals Eastern Washington ## Player MIN GA Saves ## Player MIN GA Saves Chrissy Marvin... 90: Tiera Como... 90: Shots by period 1 2 Tot Saves by period 1 2 Tot Eastern Washington Eastern Washington Corner kicks 1 2 Tot Fouls 1 2 Tot Eastern Washington Eastern Washington SCORING SUMMARY: GOAL Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description :45 EWU Jennie Summers (1) (unassisted) Rebound off Post 2. 63:00 NCOL Chelsey Ekenberg (1) Corner kick Corner Kick 3. 89:10 NCOL Jessica Zimmerman (5) (unassisted) Unassisted in Front of Goal Game Six Portland State, 3 -, 1 Sept. 18, 2005 Greeley, Colo. (Butler-Hancock Soccer Field) GREELEY, Colo. - saw future Big Sky Conference foe Portland State score three second half goals, two on penalty kicks, as the Vikings won 3-1 at Butler- Hancock Soccer Field. The loss snapped the Bears (3-2-1) five-game non-losing streak at home, a streak that dated back to the middle of the 2004 season. had started the season at home. Neither team could gain an advantage in the first half of the game that turned out to be a very physical affair. The score was tied at zero at halftime and remained scoreless until sophomore Marika Johnson found the back of the net for her second goal of the season at 54:20. Johnson s goal was set up by a fantastic pass from freshman Jessica Zimmerman, who recorded her third assist of the season. Soccer Box Score (Final) 2005 Bears Soccer Portland State vs (Sep 18, 2005 at Greeley, Colo.) Portland State (3-4-0) vs. Goals by period 1 2 Tot (3-2-1) Date: Sep 18, 2005 Attendance: 215 Portland State Weather: Sunny and nice Portland State Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A Pos ## Player Sh SOG G A GK 00 Niki Brooks GK 1 Chrissy Marvin MF 4 Katie Schoene D 3 Kerry Pitt D 5 Juli Edwards MF 6 Laura Hassebroek D 7 Jessie Corr MF 7 Megan Bellendir MF 9 Kari Otani MF 11 Chelsey Ekenberg D 12 Kara Norris D 12 Alysha Beckie F 13 Laura Ellison F 13 Marika Johnson MF 14 Shannon Bjelland D 14 Megan Miller F 15 Jamie Blakesley D 18 Kayla Oakley MF 17 Jessica Shadle D 19 Whitney Salter MF 21 Shelby Crabtree F 22 Jessica Zimmerman Substitutes Substitutes Salina Karia Ashley Brumback Amy Orr Jordan Weeks Marianna Palermo Patricia Wong Megan Plinski Jessica Daves Nicole McAllister Natalie Askins Sarah Smart Audrey Rich Totals Whitney Hawkins Erin Kikumoto Annie Osborne Krista Walters Totals Portland State ## Player MIN GA Saves ## Player MIN GA Saves Niki Brooks... 90: Chrissy Marvin... 90: Shots by period 1 2 Tot Saves by period 1 2 Tot Portland State Portland State Corner kicks 1 2 Tot Fouls 1 2 Tot Portland State Portland State SCORING SUMMARY: GOAL Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description :20 NCOL Marika Johnson (2) Jessica Zimmerman 2. 67:01 PSU Jessica Shadle (1) Juli Edwards Header off corner kick 3. 68:49 PSU Juli Edwards Penalty kick 4. 79:17 PSU Juli Edwards Penalty kick 2005 Soccer Game Notes 8

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