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Purdue Boilermakers
Match Information
Sports Information Office Š Mackey Arena Š 900 N. University Drive Š West Lafayette, Ind. 47907
Phone (765) 494-3202 Š Fax (765) 494-5447 Š www.purduesports.com
Schedule and Results
(3-1-1 overall, 0-0-0 Big Ten)
Date
8/31
9/2
9/5
9/7
9/9
9/12
9/14
9/16
9/21
9/23
9/28
9/30
10/5
10/7
10/12
10/14
10/21
10/26
10/28
11/2
11/8-11
Opponent
KENTUCKY#
LOUSIVILLE#
XAVIER (Big Ten Network)
at Washington^
vs. No. 1 Portland^
VALPARAISO
MOREHEAD STATE
BOWLING GREEN
OREGON
WESTERN MICHIGAN
WISCONSIN* (Big Ten Network)
NORTHWESTERN*
at Michigan State*
at Michigan*
IOWA*
MINNESOTA*
ILLINOIS* (Big Ten Network)
at Penn State*
at Ohio State*
INDIANA*
at Big Ten Tournament
(Minneapolis, Minn.)
Time/Result
T, 0-0 (2OT)
L, 0-1
W, 4-1
W, 3-1
W, 1-0
5 p.m.
5 p.m.
1 p.m.
5 p.m.
1 p.m.
5 p.m.
1 p.m.
4 p.m.
1 p.m.
4 p.m.
1 p.m.
1 p.m.
7 p.m.
1 p.m.
4 p.m.
TBA
*Big Ten match; #Boilermaker Challenge Cup; ^Husky/Nike Invitational
All times local to site
Quick Facts
Location: ................................. West Lafayette, Ind. (47907)
Founded: ..................................................................... 1869
Enrollment: ............................................................... 39,102
Nickname: ....................................................... Boilermakers
Colors: .................................................. Old Gold and Black
Conference: .............................................................Big Ten
Region: ................................................................Great Lakes
Affiliation:...................................................... NCAA Division I
Facility: ........................................... Varsity Soccer Complex
Capacity: ....................................................................... 1,000
Web Site: .................................................purduesports.com
President: .............................................. France A. Córdova
Athletics Director: ..................................... Morgan J. Burke
2006 Overall Record:................................................... 14-6-3
2006 Conference Record: .................................... 6-3-1 (3rd)
All-Time Program Record: ...................................... 99-72-17
Starters Returning/Lost: .................................................. 9/2
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ...................................... 23/3
Newcomers: ....................................................................... 10
Head Coach: .................................. Rob Klatte (Baylor ’89)
Record at Purdue: ..........................99-72-17 (10 years)
Overall Record: .......................... 155-117-23 (15 years)
Assistant Coaches ................Sue Moynihan (Wisconsin ’90)
Laura Kane (West Virginia ‘05)
Sports Information Director .........................Chris Macaluso
(765) 494-3198/[email protected]
PURDUE NOTEBOOK - WEEK 3
No. 22 Purdue (3-1-1, 0-0 Big Ten) vs. Valparaiso Crusaders (3-1, 0-0 Horizon League)
ON THE VERGE OF 100: The Boilermakers go after the 100th win in program history this afternoon against Valparaiso ... now
in their 10th season of soccer, the Old Gold & Black have averaged a little over 10 wins a season ... since Purdue made its first
postseason appearance in 2000, it has averaged 12 wins per year ... Purdue is 2-0 all-time vs. the Crusaders and 7-2-1 against
teams from the Horizon League.
JET CITY WOMEN: Purdue snapped a two-game road losing streak in spectacular fashion this past weekend in Seattle, as they
beat Washington 3-1 and then-No. 1 Portland 1-0 to win the Nike/Husky Invitational ... Purdue is the first team other than UW or
Portland to win this invitational during its 14-year history ... Shauna Stapleton received the tournament’s Offensive MVP award
while goalkeeper Jenny Bradfisch was voted Defensive MVP ... Stapleton scored three goals, including two vs. the Huskies and the
game-winner against Portland ... Bradfisch made five saves through both games.
SHAUNA CENTRAL: As of Tuesday afternoon, Stapleton had been honored by three soccer organizations/publications for her
offensive efforts at Washington ... Stapleton received her first ever Big Ten Player of the Week award Monday and Tuesday was
named to the Soccer Buzz Magazine and topdrawersoccer.com teams of the week ... the NSCAA/adidas and Soccer America teams
of the week are released Wednesday.
THE CRUISING CRUSADERS: The Valparaiso Crusaders are making their first regular-season appearance in West Lafayette since
1998, which was Purdue’s first season of college soccer ... the Boilermakers beat Valpo that season 3-0 and again on the road 7-1
in 2000 ... the Crusaders enter Wednesday’s game with a 3-1 record and have won their last two matches, topping IPFW 4-0 and
IUPUI 2-0 ... Valpo’s lone loss this year was a 2-1 decision to Illinois State; it beat Murray State 2-0 at home to begin the 2007 season
... the Crusaders are led on offense by Jessie White and Jackie Thomas, both of whom have two goals ... five other Valpo players
have scored at least one goal ... goalkeepers Erin Murray and Mele Cabral have split time in between the pipes ... Murray is 2-1 with
two shutouts and eight saves, while Cabral is 1-0 with one shutout and two saves ... Valpo’s head coach is Stephen Anthony, who
sports an all-time win-loss record of 71-93-13 through nine-plus seasons with the Crusaders.
HOME ON THE RANGE: Wednesday’s game vs. Valparaiso is the first of a seven-match homestand for the Boilermakers ... prior to
2007, Purdue’s longest homestand stretched just four games ... the Boilermakers played four-straight games during the 2004 and
2006 seasons, compiling a 7-0-1 record ... in 2004, Purdue defeated Miami (3-2) and then blanked Wright State, Iowa and Minnesota
by matching 1-0 scores ... in 2006, the Boilermakers knocked off No. 12 Utah 2-0, and tied Toledo at 1-1 before shutting out Ohio
State and Minnesota 1-0 ... Purdue’s all-time home record is 54-25-7 ... the Boilermakers are 51-20-7 at the VSC.
BIG TEN VS. NO. 1: According to top-notch research compiled by Purdue soccer public address announcer Mark Leddy and the
Big Ten’s Valerie Todryk, Purdue is only the second conference women’s soccer squad to post a victory over the nation’s top ranked
team ... in 1999, Penn State became the first Big Ten club to accomplish this feat with a win over No. 1 North Carolina ... in 2005,
Michigan tied No. 1 Penn State at the Big Ten Tournament and advanced on penalty kicks.
JUST A LITTLE RESPECT: Despite winning three games last week over Xavier (4-1), Washington (3-1) and No. 1 Portland (1-0),
the Boilermakers made only a little dent in the national polls ... Purdue cracked the Soccer Buzz poll for the first time this year with
a No. 30 ranking ... NSCAA/adidas bumped the Boilermakers from the receiving votes category to No. 22 ... Soccer America lists
Purdue at No. 24.
SALUTE OUR HEROES: Purdue soccer will salute the heroes of the American Armed Forces this Sunday at 1 p.m. for its match
against Bowling Green ... mini-American Flags will be distributed and the Boilermakers’ game-worn red, white and blue uniforms
will be auctioned following the game ... free admission will be granted to those who bring soccer balls (new or used) to be sent to
the Soccer Chopper ... the Soccer Chopper’s mission is to deliver soccer balls to children in Afghanistan ... free admission also will
be granted to those with a military ID card or proof of service ... Purdue ROTC will have their color guard present for the playing of
the national anthem.
KICKS FOR CANCER: Join the Boilermaker Soccer team for a mother/child clinic following the 1 p.m. game against the Northwestern
Wildcats ... the team will host a post-game clinic targeted at soccer moms and children with no experience required ... registration
will be available online and the fee includes admission to the game, t shirt, Kicks Against Cancer lapel pin and lots of soccer fun ...
it’s a great way to learn basic soccer skills, meet the Purdue soccer team, and burn some calories ... for more information visit www.
kicksagainstcancer.org and keep watching purduesports.com for registration details.
SOCCER ON THE INTERNET: If you can’t make it out to Purdue’s Varsity Soccer Complex this Wednesday or during the weekend,
please log onto purduesports.com and listen to all the Boilermaker action over the world wide web ... the easiest way to hear the
game is to click on the “listen” links provided on the schedule at the bottom of the front page and follow the instructions to either
register for an all-access account or log in ... Steve Hall (play-by-play) and Andrew Staley (color) – now in their sixth season of
covering Boilermaker athletics – comprise the broadcast team.
MEDIA GUIDES FOR SALE: 2007 Purdue Soccer media guides are currently on sale to the public for the low cost of $8 ... just click
on the publications link located on the left-hand side of purduesports.com and print an order form ... this year’s publication tops out at
76 pages and includes coach and student-athlete bios, opponent capsules, travel information, last year’s statistics and an overhauled
history and records section ... seniors Kira Bilecky and Parrissa Eyorokon are featured on the front cover.
Boilermaker Match Information
2007 Purdue Roster
2007 Multi-Point Games
Player
Bilecky
Burrell
Eyorokon
Riverso
Schroeder
Stapleton
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
4
5+
1
Total
1
1
1
1
1
2
Last Goal Scored
Becker ................................ vs. Wisconsin (10/15/06) 42:23
Bilecky ...........................................vs. Xavier (9/5/07) 23:25
Burrell ............................................vs. Xavier (9/5/07) 86:19
Eyorokon .......................................vs. Xavier (9/5/07) 68:07
Forbes .................................. vs. Ohio State (11/2/06) 93:35
Grambeau........................... vs. Wisconsin (10/15/06) 81:20
Henkle ...................................vs. Texas Tech (9/1/06) 13:25
Hetzel .................................... vs. Cincinnati (8/28/04) 88:48
Okoroafo ............................... vs. Ohio State (11/2/06) 49:12
Robison .................................vs. Texas Tech (9/1/06) 56:08
Riverso .................................vs. Washington (9/7/07) 87:28
Sarbaugh ...............................vs. Texas Tech (9/1/06) 24:17
Schroeder ........................................vs. Xavier (9/5/07) 8:58
Shaffer .......................................vs. Kansas (9/18/05) 59:15
Stapleton ................................... vs. Portland (9/9/07) 57:49
2007 Game-Winning Goals
Bilecky ..........................................................vs. Xavier (9/5)
Stapleton .............................................vs. Washington (9/7)
vs. Portland (9/9)
2007 Milestone Watch
Team
100th win ............................................................................1
200th match ......................................................................12
300th goal ...........................................................................5
1000th save ....................................................................106
1000th point ....................................................................138
Individual
Kira Bicleky
Zarinah Blockton
Parrissa Eyorokon
Jessica Okoroafo
Christy Riggle
Jill Sarbaugh
Jordyn Shaffer
Shauna Stapleton
page 2
(80 games) ...............................16
(80 games started) ...................18
(80 games) ...............................12
(20 goals)....................................4
(20 assists) .................................9
(50 points)...................................7
(200 shots)................................62
(100 shots on goal) ...................36
(80 games) ...............................12
(20 goals)....................................2
(50 points)...................................8
(80 games) ...............................14
(10 goals)....................................2
(20 assists) .................................7
(80 games) ...............................13
(80 games) ...............................14
(80 games) ...............................13
No.
00
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
28
30
31
32
33
35
Name
Jenny Bradfisch
Carianne Betts
Shauna Stapleton
Jordyn Shaffer
Jill Sarbaugh
Kalie Grambeau
Katie Becker
Loredana Riverso
Felicia Schroeder
Sylvia Forbes
Parrissa Eyorokon
Jessica Okoroafo
Kenzie Cooper
Kira Bilecky
Amy Burrell
Kerri Culley
Jessica Stellhorn
Caroline Gamache
Kate Mills
Roya Akhavain
Amber Henkle
Christy Riggle
Katie Seeger
Lauren Varnau
Stephanie Dansereau
Rachel LaVoy
Liz Secue
Kristin Hetzel
Addie Moppert
Zarinah Blockton
Emily Hudspeth
Pos.
GK
GK
MF
MF
MF/F
MF/F
MF
F
F
F
F/MF
F
MF
D
D
MF
D/MF
MF
MF
MF
D
D
F
F
MF
MF
D
D
F
D
MF
Cl./Elig.
Jr./So.
So./Fr.
Sr./Sr.
Sr./Sr.
Sr./Sr.
Sr./Sr.
So./So.
So./So.
Jr./Jr.
Jr./So.
Sr./Sr.
Jr./Jr.
So./Fr.
Sr./Sr.
Jr./Jr.
Fr./Fr.
Fr./Fr.
Sr./Jr.
Sr./Sr.
So./So.
5th/Sr.
Sr./Sr.
So./So.
Fr./Fr.
Jr./So.
So./Fr.
Fr./Fr.
Sr./Sr.
Sr./Sr.
Sr./Sr.
Fr./Fr.
Height
5-9
6-1
5-5
5-2
5-5
5-9
5-5
5-8
5-7
5-9
5-4
5-7
5-8
5-7
5-10
5-6
5-7
5-8
5-6
5-3
5-10
5-4
5-3
5-6
5-6
5-11
5-7
5-4
5-2
5-6
5-5
Exp.
1V
HS/Club
3V
3V
3V
3V
1V
1V
2V
1V
3V
2V
HS/Club
3V
2V
HS/Club
HS/Club
2V
3V
1V
3V
3V
1V
HS/Club
1V
HS/Club
HS/Club
3V
3V
3V
HS/Club
Hometown/High School
Carmel, Ind./Carmel
Parma, Ohio/Laurel School
Springfield, Ohio/North
Dayton, Ohio/Northmont
Brownsburg, Ind./Brownsburg
Harbor Springs, Mich./Harbor Springs
Shorewood, Minn./Minnetonka
Mississauga, Ontario/Loyola Catholic
Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak Hills/South Carolina
Whitby, Ontario/All Saints Secondary
West Chester, Ohio/Lakota East
Sylvania, Ohio/Sylvania Northview
Harlingen, Texas/Harlingen South
Washington, D.C./Woodrow Wilson Senior
West Lafayette/West Lafayette
Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence Central
Carmel, Ind./Noblesville
Chesterfield, Mo./Westminster Christian
Indianapolis, Ind./Pike
Escondido, Calif./Rancho Bernardo
Carmel, Ind./Carmel
Zionsville, Ind./Zionsville
Fallbrook, Calif./Fallbrook
Bunker Hill, Ind./Maconaquah
McLean, Va./Langley
Springfield, Mo./Kickapoo
Bath, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit
Midfield Avon, Indiana/Avon
Fort Wayne, Ind./Canterbury
Oakland, Calif./College Prepatory
Indianapolis, Ind./Covenent Christian
Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Rob Klatte
Assistant Coach: Sue Moynihan
Assistant Coach: Laura Kane
2007 Valparaiso Roster
No.
0
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5
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Name
Mele Cabral
Erin Murray
Laura Murphy
Ani Michl
Lynnea Pappas
Courtney Gwinn
Sonney Ziegahn
Brittany Derksen
Lauren Cooper
Dana McGlone
Sammy Olson
Reva Van Aartsen
Sarah Melhorn
Lori Johnson
Sarah Jewell
Tiffany Giusti
Jessie White
Kylie Revelle
Britta Zewers
Jackie Thomas
Jackie Kondratko
Courtney Rahrig
Kendall Brown
Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Stephen Anthony
Associate Head Coach: John Marovich
Pos.
GK
GK
D
MF
MF
D
MF
F
MF
D
MF
D
D
F
F
F
MF
MF
MF
D
MF
D
F
Height
5’8”
5’7”
5’4”
5’7”
5’9”
5’10”
6’0”
5’5”
5’7”
5’9”
5’7”
5’4”
5’6”
5’8”
5’7”
5’4”
5’3”
5’10”
5’6”
5’8”
5’6”
5’6”
5’10”
Class/Elig.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
So./Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
5th/Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Hometown/High School
Boulder, Colo./Fairview
Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley
Aurora, Ill./Waubonsie Valley
Deerfield, Ill./Stevenson
Parma, Ohio/Holy Name
Evansville, Ind./Harrison
Anchorage, Alaska/Robert Service
Chugiak, Alaska/Chugiak
Lake Orion, Mich./Notre Dame Prep
Littleton, Colo./Heritage
Buffalo Grove, Ill./Buffalo Grove
Brookfield, Wis./Brookfield East
White Bear Lake, Minn./White Bear Lake
Sachse, Texas/Naaman Forest
Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill
Coventry, R.I./Coventry
Buffalo Grove, Ill./Buffalo Grove
Olathe, Kan./South
Shoreview, Minn./Mounds View
Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley Northwest
Granger, Ind./Penn
Centennial, Colo./J.K. Mullen
Lake Zurich, Ill./Carmel Catholic
Boilermaker Match Information
page 3
2006 Individual Scoring Statistics
##
Name
GP-GS
Min
G
A
Pts
Sh
Shot%
SOG
SOG%
YC-RC
11
Parrissa Eyorokon
23-19
1404
8
4
20
62
.129
30
.484
0-0
5
12
Jessica Okoroafo
21-19
1162
8
3
19
58
.138
23
.397
0-0
3
10
Sylvia Forbes
23-18
1217
4
4
12
62
.065
17
.274
0-0
1
4
Jill Sarbaugh
23-18
1247
1
6
8
46
.022
20
.435
0-0
0
6
Kalie Grambeau
23-1
605
2
1
5
23
.087
7
.304
1-0
1
2
Shauna Stapleton
23-12
1269
1
2
4
53
.019
18
.340
1-0
1
9
Rebecca Robison
23-20
1377
1
2
4
18
.056
4
.222
1-0
0
8
Loredana Riverso
21-8
688
1
1
3
24
.042
8
.333
1-0
1
Kira Bilecky
23-23
1794
1
1
3
6
.167
1
.167
0-0
1
3
Jordyn Shaffer
23-22
1534
0
3
3
5
.000
2
.400
0-0
0
0
14
GW
7
Katie Becker
14-0
171
1
0
2
7
.143
5
.714
1-0
21
Amber Henkle
13-1
302
1
0
2
2
.500
2
1.000
0-0
0
31
Kristin Hetzel
22-20
1315
0
1
1
5
.000
2
.400
0-0
0
22
Christy Riggle
23-22
1610
0
1
1
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
24
Kaitlin Seeger
12-1
166
0
0
0
6
.000
1
.167
0-0
0
19
Kate Mills
4-0
68
0
0
0
3
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
26
Stephanie Dansereau
5-0
53
0
0
0
2
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
15
Amy Burrell
7-3
238
0
0
0
2
.000
2
1.000
1-0
0
23
Tricia Krombach
6-1
160
0
0
0
1
.000
1
1.000
0-0
0
33
Zarinah Blockton
23-22
1747
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
4-0
0
32
Addie Moppert
4-0
65
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
20
Roya Akhavain
3-0
32
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
18
Caroline Gamache
4-0
17
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
13
Kristin Lichtenberg
1-0
8
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
23-23
2057
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
3-0
77
0
0
0
0
.000
0
.000
0-0
0
1
Lauren Mason
00
Jenny Bradfisch
Total
23
-
29
29
87
385
.075
143
.371
10-0
14
Opponents
23
-
17
15
49
285
.060
124
.435
8-1
6
Goalkeeping Statistics
|----------Goal Average----------|
##
Name
00
Bradfisch, Jenny
1
Mason, Lauren
TM
|---Saves---|
|----------------Record--------------|
GP-GS
Minutes
GA
Avg
Sv
Pct.
W
L
T
Sho
3-0
77:03
0
0.00
7
1.000
0
0
0
0
14
23-23
2057:13
17
0.74
97
.851
14
6
3
10
268
0:00
0
0.00
3
1.000
0
0
0
2
0
Totals
23
2134:16
17
0.72
107
.863
14
6
3
12
282
Opponents
23
2134:16
29
1.22
114
.797
6
14
3
8
378
TEAM
Shots Faced
Team Statistics
Goals By Half
Purdue..............
Opponents...........
Shots By Half
1st
2nd
OT
2OT
Total
Corner Kicks By Half
1st
2nd
OT
2OT
Total
14
13
2
0
29
Purdue..............
54
51
2
2
109
9
8
0
0
17
Opponents...........
40
50
3
1
94
Total
1st
2nd
OT
2OT
Total
Fouls By Half
1st
2nd
OT
2OT
Purdue..............
178
184
16
7
385
Purdue..............
104
130
4
3
241
Opponents...........
133
148
1
3
285
Opponents...........
119
114
3
2
238
Purdue
Opp.
4057
3878
Saves By Half
1st
2nd
OT
2OT
Total
Purdue..............
46
60
0
1
107
Attendance Summary
Total....................
Opponents...........
56
53
4
1
114
Dates/Avg Per Date.......
13/312 7/554
Neutral Site #/Avg.......
2/461
Boilermaker Match Information
NSCAA/adidas Coaches
(Sept. 11, 2007)
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
School
Stanford (28)
North Carolina (2)
Santa Clara (2)
Portland*
Texas A&M
UCLA
Texas (1)
Boston College
Florida
Virginia
Notre Dame
Rutgers
Florida State
California
Tennessee
South Carolina
Clemson
West Virginia
Colorado
Penn State*
Oklahoma State
Purdue
Connecticut
USC
Marquette
Previous
5
6
8
1
3
7
4
10
14
11
2
12
9
16
13
22
20
23
18
15
21
RV
17
19
RV
W-L-T
4-0-0
2-1-0
2-0-1
3-1-0
3-1-0
2-1-0
3-1-0
3-0-0
3-1-0
2-1-1
1-2-1
4-0-0
2-2-0
4-0-0
3-1-0
4-0-0
4-0-0
3-1-0
2-0-2
2-2-0
4-0-0
3-1-1
2-2-0
3-1-0
4-0-0
page 4
Purdue National Rankings
Week-by-Week
Presesason
NSCAA
15
Sept. 4
RV
-tied Kentucky 0-0, lost to Louisville 1-0
Soccer Buzz
NR
NR
Sept. 11
22
30
-beat Xavier 4-1, Washington 3-1 and No. 1 Portland 1-0
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Final
Also receiving votes: Arizona, BYU, Missouri, Ohio
State*, Villanova, Louisville*, Illinois*, San Diego, Wake
Forest, Indiana*, LSU, St. John’s, Dayton, Georgia,
Hofstra.
SoccerBuzz Magazine
(Sept. 11, 2007)
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
School
North Carolina
Stanford
Texas A&M
Santa Clara
Portland*
Texas
UCLA
Virginia
Notre Dame
Florida
Boston College
Florida State
Rutgers
West Virginia
Penn State*
Connecticut
USC
Marquette
Tennessee
South Carolina
Missouri
Clemson
California
BYU
Villanova
Ohio State*
Colorado
Oklahoma State
Louisville*
Purdue
W-L-T
2-1
4-0
3-1
2-0-1
3-1
3-1
2-1
2-1-1
1-2-1
3-1
3-0
2-2
4-0
3-1
2-2
2-2
3-1
4-0
3-1
4-0
4-0
4-0
4-0
2-0-1
3-0-1
5-0
2-0-2
4-0
4-0
3-1-1
Previous
T3
7
2
15
1
5
6
8
T3
10
12
9
14
18
17
11
13
24
16
21
26
27
23
22
20
RV
25
28
RV
NR
Also receiving votes: Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky,
San Diego, Washington State.
*Purdue opponent
NSCAA/adidas Great Lakes
Regional Rankings
Purdue Regional Rankings
Week-by-Week
SoccerBuzz Great Lakes
Regional Rankings
(Sept. 11, 2007)
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
T10
School
Notre Dame
Purdue
Marquette
Ohio State
Louisville
Indiana
Dayton
Kentucky
Illinois
Michigan
UW-Milwaukee
(Sept. 11, 2007)
W-L-T
1-2-1
3-1-1
4-0-0
5-0-0
4-0-0
2-1-1
3-1
4-0-1
2-2
1-1-1
3-1-0
Prev.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Receiving Votes: Dayton, Northwestern*, Toledo,
Michigan State* and Wisconsin*
NSCAA
No poll
Soccer Buzz
6
Sept. 4
8
8
Sept. 11
2
5
Preseason
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Final
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
School
Notre Dame
Marquette
Ohio State*
Louisville*
Purdue
Illinois*
Kentucky*
Michigan*
Wisconsin*
UW-Milwaukee
Indiana*
Dayton
Northwestern*
Michigan State*
Wright State
W-L-T
1-2-1
4-0
5-0
4-0
3-1-1
2-2
4-0-1
1-1-1
2-1-1
3-1
2-1-1
3-1
3-1
2-2
3-2
Previous
1
2
5
4
8
3
6
7
14
9
NR
10
12
11
15
Receiving votes: Minnesota*, Bowling Green*
*denotes Purdue opponent
Boilermaker Match Information
Boilermaker Starts By Position
Goalkeeper: Bradfisch (5)
Forward: Eyorokon (3), Sarbaugh (4), Okoroafo (4),
Riverso (1), Schroeder (2), Forbes (1)
Midfield: Grambeau (5), Shaffer (5), Stapleton (5)
Defense: Bilecky (5), Riggle (5), Blockton (5), Hetzel (3),
Stellhorn (2)
Individual Offense
Most Shots - Match
Jill Sarbaugh (5) vs. Louisville
Most Shots on Goal - Match
Jill Sarbaugh (3) vs. Louisville
Shauna Stapleton (3) vs. Washington
Most Goals - Match
Shauna Stapleton (2) vs. Washington
Most Assists - Match
Five players tied with 1
Most Points - Match
Shauna Stapleton (4) vs. Washington
Individual Defense
Most Minutes Played - Starter
Jenny Bradfisch (110:00) vs. Kentucky
Most Minutes Played - Reserve
N/A
Most Shots Faced - Complete Match
Jenny Bradfisch (12) vs. Kentucky
Fewest Shots Faced - Complete Match
Jenny Bradfisch (2) vs. Xavier
Most Saves - Game - Starter
Jenny Bradfisch (3) vs. Portland
Most Saves - Game - Reliever
N/A
Most Goals Allowed - Match
Jenny Bradfisch (1) vs. Louisville, Xavier, Washington
Longest Winning Streak
Jenny Bradfisch (3) from Sept. 5 – present
Longest Unbeaten Streak
Jenny Bradfisch (3) from Sept. 5 – present
Longest Losing Streak
Jenny Bradfisch (1) from Sept. 2 – Sept. 5
Pronunciation Guide
20.........................................................Roya Akhavain (ah-KAH-vein)
14................................................................Kira Bilecky (BIH-leck-ee)
15......................................................................... Amy Burrell (burr-L)
26............................................Stephanie Dansereau (DANCE-sir-oh)
11 ......................... Parrissa Eyorokon (pah-REESAH your-OWE-kin)
18..................................................... Caroline Gamache (GAH-mosh)
6............................................................. Kalie Grambeau (GRAM-bo)
12................................................... Jessica Okoroafo (oko-ROFF-oh)
4 ...................................................................Jill Sarbaugh (Sar-BAW)
3................................................................. Jordyn Shaffer (SHAY-fur)
30....................................................................... Liz Secue (SEE-cue)
9 ............................................................... Liz Schroeder (SHRO-der)
25 .............................................................. Lauren Varnau (var-NAW)
page 5
2007 Highs & Lows
Club Miscellaneous
Longest Winning Streak ..........................................................................................................................3, (Sept. 5 – present)
Longest Losing Streak .......................................................................................................................................1, (Sept. 2 – 5)
Longest Winning Streak - Home..............................................................................................................1, (Sept. 5 – present)
Longest Winning Streak - Road...............................................................................................................2, (Sept. 7 – present)
Longest Losing Streak - Home .................................................................................................................1, (Sept. 2 – Sept. 5)
Longest Losing Streak - Road .............................................................................................................................................N/A
Longest Game - Halves ...................................................................................................................... 4, Aug. 31 vs. Kentucky
Longest Game - Time (Regulation) ......................................................................................................1:55, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Longest Game - Time (Overtime) .................................................................................................. 2:18, Aug. 31 vs. Kentucky
Shortest Game - Time (Regulation) .................................................................................................1:47, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville
Most Fouls - Match .......................................................................................................................... 13, Sept. 7 at Washington
Most Fouls - Half ...............................................................................................................7, Sept. 7 at Washington – 2nd half
Largest Winning Margin...............................................................................................................3, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier (W, 4-1)
Largest Winning Margin - Home ..................................................................................................3, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier (W, 4-1)
Largest Winning Margin - Road ............................................................................................2, Sept. 7 at Washington (W, 3-1)
Largest Losing Margin ............................................................................................................. 1, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville (L, 0-1)
Largest Losing Margin - Home ................................................................................................ 1, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville (L, 0-1)
Largest Losing Margin - Road .............................................................................................................................................N/A
Most Games Over .500 ...........................................................................................................................2, (Sept. 9 – present)
Most Games Under .500 .........................................................................................................................................1, (Sept. 2)
Biggest Comeback to Win ............................................................................................... 1, down 0-1 at Washington, won 3-1
Biggest Blown Lead .............................................................................................................................................................N/A
Highest Attendance - Home..............................................................................................................509, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville
Highest Attendance - Road............................................................................................................ 813, Sept. 7 at Washington
Team Offense
Most Shots - Match.............................................................................................................................23, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville
Most Shots - Half ....................................................................................................................13, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier – 2nd half
Fewest Shots - Match ............................................................................................................................ 5, Sept. 9 vs. Portland
Most Shots on Goal - Match ......................................................................................................................9, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Most Shots on Goal - Half ........................................................................................................6, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier – 2nd half
Fewest Shots on Goal - Match .............................................................................................................. 2, Sept. 9 vs. Portland
Most Goals - Match ...................................................................................................................................4, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Most Goals - Half ................................................ 2, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier (1st and 2nd half); 2, Sept. 7 at Washington (1st half)
Fewest Goals - Match...............................................................................................0 (2x), most recent: Sept. 2 vs. Louisville
Most Assists - Match................................................................................................ 2, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier; Sept. 9 vs. Portland
Most Assists - Half ................................................................................................................ 2, Sept. 9 vs. Portland (2nd half)
Fewest Assists - Match .............................................................................................0 (2x), most recent: Sept. 2 vs. Louisville
Most Points - Match .................................................................................................................................10, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Most Points - Half .......................................................................................................5, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier (1st and 2nd half)
Fewest Points - Match ..............................................................................................0 (2x), most recent: Sept. 2 vs. Louisville
Most Corner Kicks - Match ......................................................................................................................11, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Most Corner Kicks - Half...........................................................................................................7, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier – 2nd half
Fewest Corner Kicks - Match ................................................................................................................ 4, Sept. 9 vs. Portland
Team Defense
Fewest Goals Allowed - Match ..............................................................0 (2x), Aug. 31 vs. Kentucky and Sept. 9 vs. Portland
Most Goals Allowed - Match ..............................................1, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier, Sept. 7 at Washington
Most Goals Allowed - Half ...... 1, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville – 2nd half ; Sept. 5 vs. Xavier – 1st half; Sept. 7 at Washington – 1st
Fewest Shots Allowed - Match .................................................................................................................2, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Most Shots Allowed - Match ...................................................................................................12, Aug. 31 vs. Kentucky (2OT)
Most Shots Allowed - Half....................................................................................................... 7, Sept. 9 at Portland – 2nd half
Most Saves - Match .................................................................................................................................3, Sept. 9 at Portland
Fewest Saves - Match ........................................................................................... 0, Sept. 2 vs. Louisville, Sept. 5 vs. Xavier
Boilermaker Match Information
page 6
Boilermakers When They ... 2006 Big Ten Conference Individual Leaders
Score First .......................................................................2-0-1
Opponent Scores First.....................................................1-1-0
Out-Shoot Opponent/Even ..............................................2-1-1
Out-Shot By Opponent ....................................................1-0-0
Out-Save Opponent/Even ..............................................1-0-0
Out-Saved By Opponent ................................................2-1-1
Out-Foul Opponent/Even.................................................1-1-0
Out-Fouled By Opponent.................................................2-0-1
Out-Corner Kick or tie Opponent .....................................3-1-0
Out-Corner Kicked By Opponent .....................................0-0-1
Receive A Yellow Card.....................................................0-0-0
Receive A Red Card ........................................................1-0-0
Lead At The Half ..............................................................2-0-0
Tied At The Half ...............................................................1-1-1
Trail At The Half ...............................................................0-0-0
Go To Overtime ...............................................................0-0-1
Score At Least 2 Goals ....................................................2-0-0
Score Fewer Than 2 Goals..............................................1-1-1
Allow More Than 2 Goals ................................................0-0-0
1-Goal Games .................................................................1-1-1
Are At Home ....................................................................1-1-1
Are On The Road ............................................................1-0-0
Are At A Neutral Site ........................................................1-0-0
Play Day Games..............................................................2-1-1
Play Night Games............................................................1-0-0
Play On Grass .................................................................3-1-1
Play On Artificial Turf .......................................................0-0-0
Play In The Rain/Snow ....................................................0-0-0
Play Against The Top 25 ..................................................1-0-0
Play Against The Big Ten .................................................0-0-0
Play Against Non-Conference Teams ..............................3-1-1
Come-From-Behind Wins ...................................................... 1
Losses After Leading .......................................................None
Play on Sunday ...............................................................1-1-0
Play on Wednesday.........................................................1-0-0
Play on Thursday.............................................................0-0-0
Play on Friday..................................................................1-0-1
Play on Saturday .............................................................0-0-0
Play in August ..................................................................0-0-1
Play in September ...........................................................3-1-0
Play in October ................................................................0-0-0
Play in November ............................................................0-0-0
Team Miscellaneaous
Team
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan State
Minnesota
Northwestern
Ohio State
Penn State
Purdue
Wisconsin
GP
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
5
3
5
4
Shots
63
70
32
45
40
78
45
95
29
79
36
Team Summaries
Team
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan State
Minnesota
Northwestern
Ohio State
Penn State
Purdue
Wisconsin
GP
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
5
3
5
4
GF-GA
12-7
6-5
1-3
3-2
4-4
8-4
6-5
12-2
3-2
8-3
5-5
Individual Leaders – Offense
Points
E. Masar - ILL
L. Knutson – ILL
L. Schwartz – MINN
A. Bowyer – OSU
S. Stapleton – PUR
GP
4
4
4
5
5
G
3
3
2
2
3
Goals
L. Knutson – ILL
E. Masar – ILL
S. Stapleton – PUR
14 players tied with 2
GP
4
4
5
G
3
3
3
Game-Winners
A. Aden-Buie – PSU
K. Wagner – MINN
A. Bowyer – OSU
S. Stapleton – PUR
L. Dickenmann – OSU
GP GWG
3
2
4
2
5
2
5
2
5
2
Assists
C. Kotynski – IND
C. Arbulu – OSU
8 players tied with 2
GP
4
5
A
3
3
Shots
L. Dickenmann – OSU
K. Hans – NU
L. Schwartz – MINN
C. Jenkins – OSU
A. Burzynski – OSU
GP
5
4
4
5
5
Sh
17
15
13
13
12
A
1
1
2
2
0
Pts
7
7
6
6
6
Fouls
44
48
51
35
36
39
44
46
21
50
66
Offside
9
20
2
4
10
7
6
17
7
5
2
Corners
17
17
24
11
12
38
18
29
8
38
13
PK/PKA
1/1
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
YC/RC
0/0
3/0
3/0
5/0
1/0
0/0
2/0
1/0
0/0
0/1
2/0
Score Avg
3.00-1.85
1.50-1.25
0.25-0.75
1.00-0.67
1.00-1.00
2.00-1.00
1.50-1.25
2.40-0.40
1.00-0.67
1.60-0.60
1.25-1.25
Margin
+1.25
+0.25
-0.50
+0.33
+0.00
+1.00
+0.25
+2.00
+0.33
+1.00
+0.00
PK-ATT
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Shots
63
70
32
45
40
78
45
95
29
79
36
Saves
19
10
17
14
20
21
15
24
19
7
23
Individual Leaders – Defense
Goals Against Avg. GP
5
5
4
3
3
GA
2
3
3
2
2
Min
463:40
470:00
429:43
277:53
270:00
GAA
0.39
0.57
0.63
0.65
0.67
Save Percentage GP
L. Robertson – OSU
5
A. Naeher – PSU
3
M. Gates – MICH
3
L. Boldt – IOWA
4
C. Turner – MINN
4
Sv
23
19
14
17
21
GA
2
2
2
3
4
Sv%
.920
.905
.875
.850
.840
L. Robertson – OSU
J. Bradfisch – PUR
L. Boldt – IOWA
M. Gates – MICH
A. Naeher – PSU
Saves
L. Robertson – OSU
J. Klages – WIS
C. Turner – MINN
A. Naeher – PSU
N. Galas – MSU
GP
5
4
4
3
4
Sv
23
22
21
19
19
Shutouts
L. Robertson – OSU
J. Klages – WIS
L. Boldt – IOWA
A. Naeher – PSU
J. Bradfisch – PUR
GP
5
4
4
3
5
Sho
4
2
2
2
2
Save%
73.1
66.7
85.0
87.5
83.3
84.0
75.0
92.3
90.5
70.0
82.1
Corners
17
17
24
11
12
38
18
29
8
38
13
Boilermaker Match Information
page 7
All-Big Ten First Team
Big Ten
Ten Standings
Standings
Big
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
School
Ohio State
Northwestern
Purdue
Penn State
Indiana
Wisconsin
Illinois
Minnesota
Michigan State
Michigan
Iowa
Big Ten
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
Pct.
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
.000
PTS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Overall
5-0-0
3-1-0
3-1-1
2-1-0
2-1-1
2-1-1
2-2-0
2-2-0
2-2-0
1-1-1
0-1-3
Last Week’s Scores
Sept. 4
Sept. 5
Sept. 6
Sept. 7
Sept. 9
Wright State 0 @ Ohio State 3
Xavier 1 @ Purdue 4
Penn State 1 @ Connecticut 0
Wisconsin @ Georgia
Illinois 2 @ UCLA 4
UNC Greensboro 2 vs. Northwestern 3
Minnesota 3 @ Providence 0
Cincinnati 0 @ Michigan 3
Loyola Marymount 0 @ Indiana 0 (2OT)
Michigan State 1 @ Penn 0
Pepperdine 0 @ Ohio State 1
Missouri 2 @ Iowa 0
UC-Santa Barbara 2 @ Wisconsin 3
Purdue 3 @ Washington 1
Cal State Northridge 0 vs. Illinois 4
Marquette 2 @ Michigan 0
Michigan State 1 @ Lehigh 2
Northwestern 2 @ Florida Atlantic 1
Penn State 0 @ West Virginia 1
San Diego 0 @ Ohio State 2
USC 1 @ Indiana 2 (OT)
Iowa State 0 @ Iowa 0 (2OT)
Purdue 1 vs. Portland 0
Minnesota 4 @ Dartmouth 1
Boston University 0 @ Wisconsin 1
Pct.
1.000
.750
.700
.667
.625
.625
.500
.500
.500
.500
.375
Home
5-0-0
1-0-0
1-1-1
0-0-0
1-0-1
2-0-0
1-1-0
0-0-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
0-1-1
Away
0-0-0
2-1-0
1-0-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
0-1-0
0-1-0
1-1-0
1-0-0
0-0-1
0-0-1
Neutral
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0-0
1-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-1
1-0-0
1-1-0
0-1-0
0-0-0
0-0-1
This Week’s Games
Sept. 12
Detroit Mercy @ Michigan State
Loyola Chicago @ Northwestern
Valparaiso @ Purdue
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
Sept. 13
Ohio @ Ohio State
6:30 p.m.
Sept. 14
Morehead State @ Purdue
Penn @ Northwestern
Florida @ Illinois
Samford @ Indiana
James Madison @ Penn State
Dayton @ Minnesota
Drake University @ Iowa
Wisconsin @ BYU
4:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
Sept. 16
Bowling Green @ Purdue
Ohio State @ Louisville
Texas A&M @ Penn State
Ball State @ Indiana
Montana @ Minnesota
Colgate @ Northwestern
Michigan @ Loyola Marymount
12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:15 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
2007 Players of the Week
9/4
Offensive .......................................................................................Ella Masar, Illinois; Lauren Sinacola, Michigan State
Defensive ................................................................................................................................Madison Gates, Michigan
9/11
Offensive .............................................................................................................................Shauna Stapleton, Purdue
Defensive .........................................................................................................................Lauren Robertson, Ohio State
9/18
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
9/25
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
10/2
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
10/9
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
10/16
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
10/23
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
10/30
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
11/6
Offensive .........................................................................................................................................................................
Defensive ........................................................................................................................................................................
Ella Masar
Aubrey Aden-Buie
Parrissa Eyorokon
Lisa Collison
Lara Dickenmann
Sheree Gray
Allie Long
Kara Kabellis
Ali Krieger
Emily Zurrer
Melissa Miller
Lauren Mason
Forward
Forward
Forward
Forward
Midfield
Midfield
Midfield
Midfield
Defense
Defense
Defense
Goalkeeper
Illinois
Penn State
Purdue
Ohio State
Ohio State
Penn State
Penn State
Wisconsin
Penn State
Illinois
Ohio State
Purdue
All-Big Ten Second Team
Kelsey Hans
Lisa Grubb
Judy Coffman
Christie Kotynski
Jordyn Shaffer
Kelsey Hood
Kelly Lawrence
Lindsey Cottrell
Lauren Lamping
Denay Riley
Megan Tuura
Alyssa Naeher
Forward
Forward
Forward
Midfield
Midfield
Midfield
Defense
Defense
Defense
Defense
Goalkeeper
Goalkeeper
Northwestern
Ohio State
Michigan
Indiana
Purdue
Minnesota
Indiana
Michigan
Indiana
Penn State
Michigan
Penn State
All-Big Ten Freshman Team
Lauren Hill
Chichi Nweke
Katie Schoepfer
Christie Kotynski
Lauren Sinacola
Jackie Santacaterina
Ashley Bowyer
Kelly Lawrence
Leigh Jakes
Lyndsey Mueller
Alyssa Naeher
Forward
Forward
Forward
Midfield
Midfield
Midfield
Midfield
Defense
Defense
Defense
Goalkeeper
Michigan State
Illinois
Penn State
Indiana
Michigan State
Illinois
Ohio State
Indiana
Northwestern
Minnesota
Penn State
Big Ten Individual Honors
Offensive Player of the Year: Ella Masar, Illinois
Defensive Co-Players of the Year:
Emily Zurrer, Illinois & Ali Krieger, Penn State
Freshman of the Year: Chichi Nweke, Illinois
Coach of the Year: Paula Wilkins, Penn State
Big Ten All-Tournament Team
Ella Massar, Illinois
Emily Zurrer, Illinois
Jessica Boots, Indiana
Megan Tuura, Michigan
Jeanette Lorme, Northwestern
Lara Dickenmann, Ohio State
Aubrey Aden-Buie, Penn State
Ali Krieger, Penn State
Sarah Dwyer, Penn State
Shauna Stapleton, Purdue
Kara Kabellis, Wisconsin
Offensive Player of the Tournament:
Aubrey Aden-Buie, Penn State
Defensive Player of the Tournament:
Ali Krieger, Penn State
Boilermaker Match Information
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Kentucky Wildcats (0-0-1)
Louisville Cardinals (1-0)
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Name
Sydney Hiance
Laura Baker
Becky Davenport
Caitlin Coughlin
Kate Rowlands
Rachel Ulrich
Laura Speer
Sarah Gaunt
Chelsie Ford
Julie Hull
Kelsey Fenix
Nicola Holdsworth
Kristin Kover
Callie Lanphier
Laura Novikoff
Megan Jones
Katie Fahey
Nathalie Bolder
Kate Hughes
Cindy Abbott
Alicia Browning
Kelly Browning
Cassie Phillips
Ashley Stack
Stefani Kildare
Giuleana Lopez
Tara Herold
Dana Dahlmann
Kelly Miller
Samantha Au
Pos.
GK
GK
GK
M/D
F
M
D/M
M
M/D
D/M
M
M
D/M
F
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M/F
F/D
D/M
D
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D/M
D/M/F
M/D
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D/M
M/F
Class
Fr.
R-Fr.
Fr.
R-Sr.
Sr.
R-So
R-So.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
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Jr.
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Name
Joanna Haig
Shannon Smyth
Jessica Mello
Sara Scharoun
Caitlin Rehder
Kate Cunningham
Chelsea Spencer
Mallory Lampson
Katie Owen
Ashley Thompson
Erica Robinson
Kelsey Hunyadi
Caley Egan
Meredith Tolley
Erin Davis
Monique Gjini
Shannon Leamy
Lindsay Boling
Emily Prokopik
Katie Zoeller
Jen Avila
Laura Walker
Katie Kuric
Pos.
GK
F
D
D
F
M
M
M
D
M
M/F
F
M
D
F
M
D
M/F
M
GK.
M
M
GK
LUC Ramblers (0-1)
Class
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
R-So.
R-Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
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Head Coach: Karen Ferguson
Assistant Coaches: Kyle Singer, Carmelina Moscato
Head Coach: Warren Lipka
Assistant Coaches: Erica Whatley, Matt Kellogg
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Sara Maness
Ashley Morawski
Alexia Murray
Anne Sommer
Lauren Sommer
Amy Lomas
Stephanie Pauli
Amanda Ward
Cynthia Morote-Ariza
Julie Kenkel
Brooke Schuppan
Jackie Vera
Leah Ponticello
Lauren Gerbick
Katie Heidenreich
Miranda Wiley
Laura Heidenreich
Heather Lau
Selina Thanadabouth
Casey Berrier
Caitlin Brown
Becca Hughey
Sarah McPartlan
Allison Hammond
Selina Hunt
Julie Colhoff
Colleen Dougherty
Nikki Staton
Cara Morawski
Ashley Funk
Maggie Doe
Allie Roufus
Laura Trevillian
Pos.
GK
MF
F
MF
GK
MF
F
D
F
MF
MF
MF/F
MF/F
F
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D/MF
MF
D
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MF
MF
D
MF
D
GK
MF
MF
MF/F
MF
D
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Class
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
So.
So.
So.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Head Coach: Frank Mateus
Assistant Coaches: Richard Drake, Brian Rigby
Schedule & Results
Date
8/31
9/2
9/5
9/7
9/9
9/16
9/20
9/23
9/28
9/30
10/5
10/7
10/12
10/14
10/19
10/21
10/25
10/28
11/2
Opponent
at Purdue#
vs. Loyola-Chicago#
EVANSVILLE
BOWLING GREEN
OHIO
at Marshall
MOREHEAD STATE
at Louisville
at Auburn*
at Alabama*
at South Carolina*
at Florida*
TENNESSEE*
GEORGIA*
ARKANSAS*
LSU*
at Mississippi State*
Ole Miss*
at Vanderbilt*
#Boilermaker Challenge Cup
*SEC Match
BOLD: Home match
Schedule & Results
Time
T, 0-0 (2OT)
1 p.m.
7 P.M.
7 P.M.
NOON
2 p.m.
7 P.M.
2:30 p.m.
8 p.m.
1 p.m.
7 p.m.
Noon
7 P.M.
1 P.M.
7 P.M.
1 P.M.
8 p.m.
1 p.m.
8 p.m.
Date
8/31
9/2
9/5
9/9
9/12
9/16
9/21
9/23
9/28
9/30
10/5
10/7
10/11
10/14
10/19
10/21
10/26
10/28
Opponent
vs. Loyola-Chicago#
at Purdue#
at Ohio
BUTLER
at Wake Forest
OHIO STATE
at Cincinnati
KENTUCKY
NOTRE DAME*
at DePaul*
at West Virginia*
at Pittsburgh*
RUTGERS*
SETON HALL*
MARQUETTE*
USF*
at Villanova*
at Georgetown*
#Boilermaker Challenge Cup
*Big East conference match
Schedule & Results
Time
W, 2-1
1 p.m.
4 p.m.
1 P.M.
7 p.m.
1 P.M.
5:30 p.m.
2:30 P.M.
7 P.M.
1 p.m.
7 p.m.
1 p.m.
8 P.M.
1 P.M.
7 P.M.
NOON
4 p.m.
1 p.m.
Date
8/31
9/2
9/5
9/8
9/12
9/14
9/16
9/21
9/23
9/30
10/2
10/5
10/7
10/11
10/14
10/16
10/19
10/21
10/25
10/28
Opponent
vs. Louisville#
vs. Kentucky#
DEPAUL
LA SALLE
at Northwestern
NORTHERN ILLINOIS
vs. Penn at Toyota Park
(Bridgeview, Ill.)
at Wisconsin-Green Bay*
EASTERN ILLINOIS
at Drake*
VALPARAISO*
CLEVELAND STATE*
ILLINOIS STATE
at Wisconsin
BUTLER*
at Wisconsin-Milwaukee*
DETROIT MERCY*
at Youngstown State*
MICHIGAN STATE
at Wright State*
#Boilermaker Challenge Cup
*Horizon League match
Time
L, 1-2
1 p.m.
7 P.M.
1 P.M.
4 p.m.
7 P.M.
1 p.m.
7 p.m.
1 P.M.
1 p.m.
7 P.M.
7 P.M.
1 P.M.
7 p.m.
1 P.M.
4 p.m.
5 P.M.
Noon
4 P.M.
Noon
Boilermaker Match Information
What Is The Boilermaker Challenge Cup?
The Boilermaker Challenge Cup is
an annual four-team tournament hosted by
Purdue and is traditionally held during the first
home weekend of the regular season.
Challenge Cup play normally consists
of two first-round matches, plus a consolation
and championship match; however, in 2003
and 2004, a point system was implemented
to determine the winner. This system again
will be in place for the 2007 edition.
The Boilermaker Challenge Cup was
devised by Purdue coaches early in the team’s
existence as a way to build the program by
inviting a wide range of competitive nonconference teams to the Varsity Soccer
Complex. Among the teams that have made
the trip to West Lafayette: Cal Poly, Central
Florida, Georgetown, Long Beach State, New Mexico,
Mexico SMU,
SMU San Diego State and West
Virginia.
Purdue coaches makes a conscious effort to challenge their team during this tournament
to prepare the Boilermakers for the remainder of the regular season. The 2007 field consists
of NCAA Tournament qualifiers Kentucky, Louisville and Loyola-Chicago. Kentucky placed
second in the SEC with an overall record of 14-7-3, while Louisville placed fourth in the Big
East at 13-4-3. The Ramblers won a program-record 14 games in 2006 and advanced to the
tournament after winning the Horizon League Tournament title.
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All-Tournament Teams (Purdue’s selections)
11999
22000
22001
2002
Karah Henderson
Tricia Henderson
Tara McCarthy
Tari St. John
Jennie Schurr
Elise Berry D
Courtney Coppedge
Mary Masck D
Jennie Moppert
Tari St. John
D
D
M
M
D
2003
Annette Kent
Jennie Moppert
Lauren Sesselmann
F
M
F
2004
Lori Arnold F
Maureen Carey
Kim Comisar
Meghan Dybvig
Kristin Lichtenberg
Rebecca Robison
GK
M
D
D
M
2005
Rebecca Robison
Jill Sarbaugh
M
F
2006
Jordyn Shaffer
Rebecca Robison
Jill Sarbaugh
M
M
M
F
F
M
Courtney Coppedge
Mary Masck D
Krystal Pepper
Lauren Sesselmann
F
D
F
Mary Masck D
Tari St. John
Jessica Baumhoff
Jocelyn Cavalier
Lauren Sesselmann
M
M
GK
F
Team Champions
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
Purdue def. Delaware, 4-1
Purdue def. West Virginia, 2-0
SMU def. Purdue, 2-1
Purdue def. Buffalo, 4-0
Drake def. Marshall, 1-0, and Eastern Michigan, 2-0*
Purdue def. Cincinnati, 2-1, and New Mexico, 3-0*
Cal Poly def. Detroit, 3-0
San Diego State def. Purdue, 4-0
*The championship was determined by a points system that awarded three points for a win
and one for a tie.
Offensive MVP
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
Tari St. John (Purdue)
Jennie Moppert (Purdue)
Lorrie Tipton (SMU)
Jennie Moppert (Purdue)
Annette Kent (Purdue) F
Lori Arnold (Purdue)
Sharon Day (Cal Poly) F
Erika Sutton (San Diego State)
Defensive MVP
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
Karah Henderson (Purdue)
Elise Berry (Purdue)
Erin McLeod (SMU)
Elise Berry (Purdue)
Kate Stack (Drake)
Kristin Lichtenberg (Purdue)
Sierra Simmons (Cal Poly)
Lauren Leslie (San Diego State)
M
F
F
F
Courtney Coppedge & Jennie Moppert
F
F
D
D
D
D
GK
D
D
D
Jordyn Shaffer
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