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season All-ACC Field Hockey team and the Cardinals were picked to finish sixth in the league according to a vote of the league's seven head coaches. • Garcia (Santiago, Chile), a senior midfielder and team co- captain, is a two-time All-National Field Hockey Coaches As- sociation (NFHCA) West Region selection. In 2014 ...

Field Hockey Game Notes Cards Play Host to No. 1 Syracuse, Travel to Ohio State

Record...................................7-4 ACC Record............................0-4 Home.....................................4-2 Away......................................1-2 Neutral..................................2-0 Streak....................................W1 Ranking................................... 11 Coach.................... Justine Sowry

Record.................................11-0 ACC Record............................3-0 Home.....................................6-0 Away......................................4-0 Neutral..................................1-0 Streak..................................W11 Ranking..................................... 1 Coach.....................Ange Bradley

Record...................................6-4 Big Ten Record.......................2-1 Home.....................................3-2 Away......................................2-2 Neutral..................................1-0 Streak..................................... L1 Ranking.................................N/R Coach.................Anne Wilkinson

2015 Louisville Cardinals Numerical Roster

2015 UofL Schedule/Results

Date Opponent Time/Result Aug. 28 Appalachian State W, 8-1 Aug. 30 Indiana W, 3-0 Sept. 4 vs. California W, 1-0 Sept. 6 at. UC Davis W, 2-0 Sept. 11 #6 Virginia* L, 3-4 Sept. 13 #17 Liberty W, 2-1 Sept. 18 at #3 North Carolina* L, 0-5 Sept. 20 vs. #19 James Madison W, 5-0 Sept. 25 #8 Wake Forest* L, 1-2 Oct. 2 at #5 Duke* L, 0-2 Oct. 4 UMass W, 1-0 Oct. 9 #1 Syracuse* 6 p.m. Oct. 11 at Ohio State 1 p.m. Oct. 16 at #10 Boston College* 4 p.m. Oct. 18 at Northeastern 1 p.m. Oct. 25 Central Michigan 1 p.m. Oct. 30 Michigan State 6 p.m. Nov. 1 Rutgers 1 p.m. Nov. 5-8 ACC Championship TBA All times Eastern; *- ACC opponent

No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/Last School 1 Ayeisha McFerran GK 5-6 Fr. Larne, Northern Ireland/Larne Grammar School 2 Taylor Stone B 5-3 Fr. Herndon, Va/Herndon 3 Tess Hannah F 5-2 Fr. Brisbane, Australia/Millfield School (England) 4 Erin McCrudden M 5-3 Jr. Putnam Valley, N.Y./Putnam Valley 6 Elisa Garcia M 5-6 Sr. Santiago, Chile/The Grange School 8 Shannon Sloss F 5-4 Jr. Pequea, Pa./Penn Manor 9 Katharine Gwynne-Wood M 5-6 Sr. Ipswich, England/Ipswich Bury 11 Annie Himsworth M 5-6 Fr. Trappe, Pa./Perkiomen Valley 12 Victoria Stratton B 5-8 Sr. Auckland, New Zealand/St. Kentigem 13 Gianna Perrone B 5-4 Jr. Berlin, N.J./Eastern Regional 14 Hailey Netherton F 5-6 Jr. Louisville, Ky./Assumption 15 Katie Walsh M 5-3 Fr. Louisville, Ky./Ballard 16 Abby Grimes B 5-4 So. St. Louis, Mo./Visitation Academy 17 Marigrace Ragsdale F 5-3 So. St. Louis, Mo./St. Joseph’s Academy 18 Lotta Kahlert M 5-7 Jr. Hamburg, Germany 20 Madison Land F 5-2 Fr. Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate 22 Nicole Woods M/F 5-2 So. Beverly, Mass./Beverly 23 Maria Gomez B 5-6 Fr. Madrid, Spain/San Pablo Valdeluz 25 Megan Anstotz M 5-4 Sr. Audubon, N.J./Audubon 28 Stephanie Byrne F 5-1 So./R Berlin, N.J./Eastern Regional 99 Elina Pereira GK 5-4 So./R Medford, N.J./Shawnee Head Coach: Justine Sowry (South Australia ’91) – Fifth season Assistant Coaches: Lucas Piccioli (Fourth season), Olivia Netzler-Gray (First season) Volunteer Asst: Will Holt (Fourth season)

Media Information

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2015 Field Hockey Game Notes UofL Field Hockey Quick Facts

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ..................Louisville, KY 40292 Founded:........................................... 1798 Enrollment:..................................... 22,293 Nickname: ................................. Cardinals Colors: ...................Red, Black and White President: ..................Dr. James Ramsey Faculty Rep.: ........................ Elaine Wise Athletic Director: ......................Tom Jurich Sr Woman Administrator.Christine Herring FIELD HOCKEY INFORMATION Conference: ......................................ACC Home Field: .......... Trager Stadium/1,500 Surface:...............................................Turf Head Coach: ......................Justine Sowry Alma Mater:................. South Australia ‘91 Record at U of L: 59-32 (.650)(5th season) Career Record:.117-63 (.651) (10th season) Assistant Coach:................. Lucas Piccioli Assistant Coach:.........Olivia Netzler-Gray Field Hockey Office:..........(502) 852-0215 2014 Team Record:............................ 15-6 2014 ACC:............................................3-3 2014 League Finish:...........................T3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......... 13/10 Starters Returning/Lost........................ 5/6

The 11th-ranked University of Louisville field hockey team will play host to topranked Syracuse in an ACC matchup Friday at 6 p.m. at Trager Stadium. The game will be shown on ESPN3. About Louisville: Louisville (7-4, 0-4 ACC) is ranked No. 11 in the most recent NFHCA Coaches Poll released on Oct. 6. The Cardinals are led offensively by sophomore Stephanie Byrne who has six goals on the season. Sophomore Nicole Woods also has 12 points with four goals and four assists on the season. Freshman goalkeeper Ayeisha McFerran (7-4) carries a 1.28 goals against average with five shutouts in 11 games. Last weekend: Then-No. 9 Louisville traveled to Durham, N.C. to face No. 5 Duke. In a rain-soaked contest, Hunter Bracale gave the Blue Devils the lead just over three minutes into the game. In the second half, Robin Blazing added an insurance goal. In the game, Duke outshot Louisville, 11-7 while the Cards held an 8-3 lead in penalty corners. Up Next: Louisville will wrap up ACC play at No. 10 Boston College on Oct. 16.

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Cards against the opponents No. 1 Syracuse Series Record: Syracuse leads 8-3. The Orange have won the last six meetings dating back to the 2008 season Last Meeting: Oct. 11, 2014 at Syracuse -SU won 3-1. Recapping the 2014 matchup: Laura Hurff gave Syracuse a 1-0 lead in the first half. In the second half, Emma Russell increased the lead to 2-0. Hurff connected on her second goal of the game make the score 3-0. Lotta Kahlert put the Cardinals on the scoreboard with just under three minutes remaining in the game. Scouting the Orange: Syracuse (110, 3-0 ACC) enters the weekend as the top-ranked team in the nation. The 2014 NCAA runner-up Orange are one of two undefeated teams in the top 20 - the other is reigning national champion, second-ranked Connecticut. • The Orange posted a pair of wins last weekend with a 5-0 victory over Monmouth and a 9-1 decision over Cornell. • Syracuse is led offensively by Roos Weers who also stands second in the ACC with 10 goals and 26 points. Emma Russell is second on the team with eight goals and four assists while Alma Fenne has seven goals and six assists for 20 points. Goalkeeper Jess Jecko (11-0) leads the conference and stands second in the nation with a 0.84 goals against average. Ohio State Series Record: OSU leads 16-8 Last Meeting: Sept. 23, 2014 – UL won 6-3 at Trager Stadium Recapping the 2014 matchup: Six different players scored for the Cardinals in a 6-3 win at Trager Stadium. Lotta Kahlert gave the Cards a 1-0 lead and Kaitlyn Wagner tied the game. Shannon Sloss put Louisville back on top and Becca Maddock made the score 3-1, but Ohio State answered with Wagner’s second goal of the game to bring the score to 3-2 entering halftime. In the second half, Hailey Netherton extended the lead to 4-2, but the Buckeyes responded with another goal – this time from Peanut Johnson. The Cardinals countered with a score by Alyssa Voelmle and Mallory Mason converted a penalty stroke for the 6-3 final. Scouting the Buckeyes: Ohio State enters the weekend with a 6-4 overall record prior to a Friday matchup against Big Ten opponent Rutgers. The Buckeyes are coming off of a 5-2 loss to No. 8 Maryland last weekend.

2015 Penn Monto/NFHCA Coaches’ Poll Sept. 22, 2015 # Team Record 1. Syracuse 11-0 2. Connecticut 11-0 3. North Carolina 10-1 4. Duke 8-3 5. Virginia 9-2 6. Albany 9-1 7. Wake Forest 10-2 8. Maryland 10-3 9. Stanford 8-3 10. Boston College 6-5 11. Louisville 7-4 12. Liberty 7-3 13. Delaware 10-2 14. Northwestern 9-4 15. Old Dominion 6-3 16. Michigan 9-3 17. Boston University 8-3 18. James Madison 8-3 19. Princeton 5-4 20. Iowa 7-5

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Cards in the 2015 Penn Monto/ NFHCA Coaches Poll

Preseason........................................... 12 Sept. 8..................................................11 Sept. 15................................................. 9 Sept. 22................................................. 8 Sept. 29................................................. 9 Oct.6.....................................................11

Cards NCAA Team Stats Breakdown Rank Category Number 2 Shutouts per game 0.45 7 Penalty corners per game 8.09 12 Goals against average 1.37 22 Scoring margin 1.00 22 Winning percentage .636 Cards NCAA Individual Stats Rank Category Number Ayeisha McFerran 10 Goals against average 1.31 25 Save percentage .729 25 Win/Loss percentage .600

2015 Honors Preseason ACC Elisa Garcia Nicole Woods

2015 Field Hockey Game Notes

2015 ACC Standings School Overall ACC Streak (#1) Syracuse 11-0 3-0 W11 ((#7) Wake Forest 10-2 3-0 W5 (#3) North Carolina 10-1 3-1 W6 (#5) Virginia 9-2 2-2 W1 (#4) Duke 8-3 1-2 W4 (#10) Boston College 6-5 0-3 L1 (#11) Louisville 7-4 0-4 W1 • The Buckeyes are led offensively by Maddy Humphrey’s 17 points (7G, 3A). Peanut Johnson follows with 15 points (6G, 3A). Goalkeeper Liz Tamburro carries a 2.11 goals against average and has two shutouts on the season. Louisville ranked No. 11 in NFHCA poll The University of Louisville field hockey team is ranked No. 11 in the Penn Monto/NFHCA National Coaches Poll released on Oct. 6. The Cards dropped two spots after last week’s 2-0 loss at No. 5 Duke and a 1-0 win against UMass. Louisville had spent the previous three weeks in the top 10. The Cards opened the 2015 season at No. 12. • This marks the 26th straight week the Cardinals have appeared in the top 20 rankings dating back to the 2013 season. The Cards finished 2014 ranked 10th in the final poll. Last season, Louisville spent six weeks in the top 10. • On Oct. 7, 2014, Louisville appeared at No. 5 in the coaches’ poll marking the second top-five appearance in program history with Louisville achieving a program-best No. 4 ranking in the 2002 season. • All seven ACC teams were included in the NFHCA’s top 11. It marks the 30th consecutive poll that the entire league has been ranked, a streak dating back to October 2012. Louisville among nation’s leaders (Part 2) The Cardinals rank among the top 25 in shutouts per game (2nd/0.45), penalty corners per game (7th/8.09), goals against average (12th/1.37), scoring margin (22nd/1.00) and winning percentage (22nd/.636). • Freshman goalkeeper Ayeisha McFerran is No. 10 with a 1.31 goals against average. Her .729 save percentage stands at No. 25 in the nation. Balanced attack The Cardinals have outscored opponents 26-15 on the season with 10 different players recording goals and seven players with two or more goals. Tough stretch This weekend, the Cardinals will face No. 1 Syracuse, marking the seventh ranked opponent in the last eight games. The stretch started Sept. 11 against then-No. 6 Virginia (L, 3-4) and continued with No. 17 Liberty (W, 2-1). Louisville then traveled to No. 3 North Carolina (L, 0-5) and No. 19 James Madison (W, 5-0) before returning home to face No. 8 Wake Forest (L, 1-2). Last weekend the Cardinals traveled to No. 5 Duke (L, 2-0).

Louisville No. 9 in the NCAA RPI The Cardinals are currently No. 9 in the RPI released by the NCAA on Oct. 6. Seven of Louisville’s 2015 opponents are included in the top 20 with all seven ACC teams listed in the top 11. Below is a list of Louisville’s opponents in the top 20 of the NCAA’s RPI. 1 – North Carolina 2 - Syracuse 3 - Duke 4 – Virginia 6 - Wake Forest 8 - Liberty 11 - Boston College Home Sweet Home Louisville has a 4-2 record at Trager Stadium and is now 21-3 at home since the beginning of the 2013 season. • The Cards were 8-1 at Trager in 2014. On Oct. 17, 2014 Louisville fell 2-1 in overtime to No. 17 Boston College, snapping a 16 -game home victory streak dating back to the 2012 season. • Prior to the Boston College loss in 2014, the Cards’ last home loss came on Nov. 2, 2012 when they fell 2-1 in overtime to then-No. 5 Connecticut in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship. • In 2013, UofL posted a perfect 10-0 record at Trager Stadium, going undefeated at home for the first time in school history. Garcia among Louisville’s career leaders Senior Elisa Garcia has moved to No. 5 on Louisville’s list for all-time assists. The midfielder currently has 28 career assists and needs four more to move into a tie for fourth with 2011 AllAmerican Hayley Turner (2008-11). Nicole Youman (2007-10) owns the career assists record with 52. • Garcia also currenlty has 66 career points, placing her at No. 10 on the school’s all time list. She needs four more to move into a three-way tie for eighth with Jen Kastelic (2002-05) and 2014 All-American Alyssa Volemle (2011-14). Garcia, Woods earn preseason All-ACC honors • Elisa Garcia and Nicole Woods were selected to the Preseason All-ACC Field Hockey team and the Cardinals were picked to finish sixth in the league according to a vote of the league’s seven head coaches. • Garcia (Santiago, Chile), a senior midfielder and team cocaptain, is a two-time All-National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) West Region selection. In 2014, the threeyear starter led the Cardinals with 27 points and 13 assists. • Woods (Beverly, Mass.) a sophomore midfielder/back was recently named to USA Field Hockey’s Under 21 team after serving on the U19 team in 2014. As a freshman, Woods earned a starting role for the Cardinals and scored three goals with four assists for 10 points. • North Carolina, which has reached the semifinals of the NCAA Championship each of the past six years, garnered four votes for first place and edged out Syracuse for the top spot. The Orange, which advanced to the national championship game last year, collected two first place votes and 31 points. Duke was selected on one ballot to win the league and stands third in the preseason poll. Virginia, Wake Forest, Louisville, and Boston College round out the preseason poll.

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2015 Field Hockey Game Notes U of L’s Record When... Overall----------------------------------------------------------------------------7-4 ACC-------------------------------------------------------------------------------0-4 At Home--------------------------------------------------------------------------4-2 Away------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-2 Neutral----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-0 Playing in One Overtime-----------------------------------------------------0-0 Playing in Two Overtimes----------------------------------------------------0-0 Penalty Stokes-----------------------------------------------------------------0-0 Against Ranked Opponents-------------------------------------------------2-4 Scoring one goal---------------------------------------------------------------2-1 Scoring two goals--------------------------------------------------------------2-0 Scoring three or more goals------------------------------------------------3-1 Scoring the first goal----------------------------------------------------------7-0 Opponent scores first---------------------------------------------------------0-4 Having more shots than opponent----------------------------------------6-1 Opponent having more shots-----------------------------------------------0-3 Shots are tied-------------------------------------------------------------------1-0 Leading in penalty corners--------------------------------------------------7-3 Opponent leads in penalty corners----------------------------------------0-1 Penalty corners tied-----------------------------------------------------------0-0 Leading at halftime------------------------------------------------------------3-0 Trailing at halftime-------------------------------------------------------------0-3 Tied at halftime-----------------------------------------------------------------4-1 On Monday----------------------------------------------------------------------2-4 On Tuesday---------------------------------------------------------------------0-0 On Wednesday-----------------------------------------------------------------0-0 On Thursday--------------------------------------------------------------------0-0 On Friday------------------------------------------------------------------------2-4 On Saturday---------------------------------------------------------------------0-0 On Sunday----------------------------------------------------------------------5-0 In August-------------------------------------------------------------------------2-0 In September-------------------------------------------------------------------4-3 In October-----------------------------------------------------------------------1-1 In November--------------------------------------------------------------------0-0

Woods and Stone selected to USA Field Hockey’s Junior National Teams Sophomore Nicole Woods was selected to the Under-21 squad while incoming freshman Taylor Stone was named to the Under-19 squad. • Members of the junior national teams were selected from the Junior National Camp which was comprised of the top 110 athletes selected from Young Women’s National Championship, National Futures Championship and Futures Elite Championship. Louisville head coach Justine Sowry served as a coach for the 2015 USA U21 camp. • Woods, a forward/midfielder from Beverly, Mass., was selected to the 2014 USA U19 squad and recently traveled to Belgium with the team. As a freshman, Woods played in all 21 of Louisville’s games and scored three goals while dishing out four assists. • Stone, a back from Herndon, Va., was a member of the 201314 USA Field Hockey team. She also represented the United States in the 2013 Maccabiah Games. McFerran, Irish National Team compete in World League Games Ayeisha McFerran is not your typical freshman making the adjustment to Division I field hockey. The goalkeeper from Larne, Northern Ireland, is also the youngest member of Ireland’s National Team and has earned 24 senior caps. She competed in the 2015 World League Round 3 Games in Valencia where the Irish posted an eighth place finish. While playing in the World League 2 tournament, McFerran came off the bench to help the Irish national team beat Canada in an overtime shootout and win the championship.

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TEAM RECORDS

Season Most wins --------------------------------------------------------------- 16 (2001) Fewest wins --------------------------------------------------------------0 (1997) Most points ----------------------------------------------------------- 254 (2005) Fewest points - -------------------------------------------------------- 22 (1997) Most goals scored - -------------------------------------------------- 91 (2005) Fewest goals scored - ----------------------------------- 8 (1997 and 1995) Fewest goals allowed---------------------------------------------------5 (1977) Most shutouts----------------------------------------------------------- 10 (1980) Most goals allowed - ------------------------------------------------- 88 (1998) Highest NFHCA ranking - ---------------------------------------------4 (2002) Longest winning streak - ------------------- 8 games (1976, 2001, 2007) Longest losing streak - -------------------------------- 34 games (1997-98) Single game Goals---------------------------------------------- 13 vs. Saint Louis (9/13/09) Goals allowed------------------------------------12 vs. Ball State (10/25/96) Indiv. Goals------------------------- 5 Jessica Javelet vs. LaSalle (9/4/05) --------------------5 - Nicole Youman vs. Central Michigan (8/29/10) Career hat tricks------------------------------------------- Jessica Javelet (7) Shots---------------------------------------------- 38 vs. Saint Louis (9/13/09) Indiv. Assists----------------------- 3, Hayley Turner vs. App St. (9/11/11) ---------------------------------- 3, Jessica Javelet vs. Miami (10/8/04) ---------------------------- 3, Rachel Overton vs. Missouri St. (9/2/05) --------------------------------------- 3, Pip Sanders vs. Miami (10/3/01) Indiv. Points---------------------------------12, Javelet vs. LaSalle (9/4/05) ------------------ 12 - Nicole Youman vs. Central Michigan (8/29/10)

THE LAST TIME...

Louisville (team) Shut out an opponent on the road------------ 920/15 - defeated JMU 5-0 at UNC Shut out an opponent at home----------------------- 10/4/15 - defeated UMass 1-0 Was shut out---------------------------------------------------- 10/2/15 - lost at Duke 2-0 Was shut out at home------------------- 10/12/08 - Lost to #7 James Madison 1-0 Played an OT game-------11/15/14 - lost 2-1/OT to Stanford in NCAA 1st round Went to a shootout-------------- 9/28/04 - L, 4-5 to Ohio State at Trager Stadium Defeated a ranked team------------------------9/20/15 - defeated JMU 5-0 at UNC Louisville (player) Scored 2 or more goals-----------------------------------9/20/15 - Woods (2) vs. JMU Registered a hat trick---------------------- 9/19/10- Nicole Youman (3) vs. Radford Posted a shutout (GK)--------------------------------- 10/4/15 - McFerran vs. UMass

Netzler-Gray returns to Louisville – on the sidelines Louisville field hockey fans will see a familiar face on the sidelines this season. Former Cardinal great Olivia Netzler-Gray has returned to her alma mater and is in her first season as an assistant coach. Netzler-Gray (2001-03) was a two-time NFHCA All-Region selection and still ranks among the program’s top 10 leaders in career goals and points.

CAREER RECORDS

GOALS

1. Jessica Javelet (2003-06)............................... 69 2. Sherry Effinger (1977-80)............................... 51 3. Nicole Youman (2007-10 )............................... 45 4. Janelle Avila (2004 -07)................................... 40 5. Hayley Turner (2008-11 )................................ 39 6. Olivia Netzler (2001-03).................................. 32 7. Alyssa Voelmle (2011 -14)............................... 29 T8. Casey Diener (2004-07)................................ 26 T8. Mary Wessel (1981-84)................................. 26 T10. Diana Dale (1988-91)................................. 25 T10. Kelly Schuler (1985-88)............................... 25 ASSISTS 1. Nicole Youman (2007-10)................................ 52 2. Jessica Javelet (2003 -06).............................. 38 3. Pip Sanders (1999-02).................................... 35 4. Hayley Turner (2008-11).................................. 32 5. Elisa Garcia (2012)........................................ 28 6. Janelle Avila (2004-07).................................... 29 7. Lisa Wasser (2003-06).................................... 28 T7. Paige Monsen (2011-14)............................... 27 T9. Jen Kastelic (2002-06).................................. 22 T9. Mallory Mason (2011-14)............................... 22 POINTS 1. Jessica Javelet (2003 -06)............................ 176 2. Nicole Youman (2007-10).............................. 142 3. Hayley Turner (2008-11 )................................110 4. Janelle Avila (2004-07).................................. 109 5. Sherry Effinger (1977-79).............................. 102 6. Olivia Netzler (2001-03).................................. 91 7. Pip Sanders (1999-02 )................................... 73 T8. Jen Kastelic (2002-06).................................. 70 T8. Alyssa Voelmle (2011-14).............................. 70 10. Elisa Garcia (2012-14)................................. 66 GOALKEEPER SAVES 1. Krissy Wagner (1992-95)............................... 771 2. Teresa Gale (1985-87)................................... 663 3. Ami Bridge (1995-96).................................... 521 4. Susan Bindner (1988-91)............................. 504 5. Colleen Finn (1996-99).................................. 495 SHUTOUTS 1. Christy Hershey (2000-03)........................... 24.5 2. Theresa Borho (1979-80)................................ 17 3. Katherine Reese (1976-77)............................. 15 4.5. Erin Conrad (2009-12)............................... 13.5 5. Teresa Gale (1985-87)..................................... 12

Records SEASON RECORDS

GOALS 1. Jessica Javelet (2005)------------------------------- 30 2. Mary Wessel (1984)---------------------------------- 26 3. Janelle Avila (2005)----------------------------------- 20 4. Sherry Effinger (1978)------------------------------- 19 5. Jessica Javelet (2006)------------------------------- 18 6. Nicole Youman (2010)-------------------------------- 17 T7. Hayley Turner (2009)------------------------------- 15 T7. Jessica Javelet (2004)----------------------------- 15 T8. Kelly Schuler (1987)------------------------------- 14 Lynne Warrick (1976)----------------------------- 14 Olivia Netzler (2001)------------------------------ 14 ASSISTS 1. Nicole Youman (2010)---------------------------- 19 T2. Nicole Youman (2009)----------------------------- 14 T2. Jessica Javelet (2005)---------------------------- 14 T4. Elisa Garcia (2014)------------------------------- 13 T4. Janelle Avila (2006)-------------------------------- 13 T4 Pip Sanders (2001)--------------------------------- 13 T7. Keri Beckhorn (2000)----------------------------- 12 Pip Sanders (2000)-------------------------------- 12 T9. Hayley Turner (2009)------------------------------ 11 Olivia Netzler (2001)------------------------------ 11 Jessica Javelet (2004)---------------------------- 11 Nicole Youman (2008)---------------------------- 11 Mallory Mason (2014)----------------------------- 11 POINTS 1. Jessica Javelet (2005)------------------------------- 74 2. Nicole Youman (2010)------------------------------- 53 3. Mary Wessel (1984)--------------------------------- 52 4. Janelle Avila (2005)----------------------------------- 49 5. Jessica Javelet (2006)------------------------------- 46 T6. Hayley Turner (2009)------------------------------- 41 T6. Jessica Javelet (2004)----------------------------- 41 8. Olivia Netzler (2001)------------------------------ 39 T9. Nicole Youman (2009)------------------------------ 38 T9. Sherry Effinger (1978)--------------------------- 38 DEFENSIVE SAVES 1. Andrea Wiggins (1989)-------------------------- 14 2. Merrit Dever (1994)------------------------------- 13 3. Andrea Wiggins (1990)----------------------------8 4. Kim Burkhart (1986)--------------------------------7 T5 . Rhonda Pitcock (1993)----------------------------6 T5. Laura McKune (1989)------------------------------6 GOALKEEPER SAVES 1. Teresa Gale (1987)----------------------------- 390 2. Ami Bridge (1995)------------------------------- 304 3. Krissy Wagner (1992)-------------------------- 234 4. Ami Bridge (1996)------------------------------- 217 5. Krissy Wagner (1994)-------------------------- 213 SHUTOUTS 1. Theresa Borho (1978)------------------------------9 T1. Katherine Reese (1977)-----------------------------9 T3. Theresa Borho (1979)------------------------------8 T3. Christy Hershey (2001)------------------------8 5. Christy Hershey (2000)------------------------- 6.5 T6. Teresa Gale (1987)---------------------------------6 Emily Wolf (1983)------------------------------------6 Katherine Reese (1977)----------------------------6 Erin Conrad (2011)----------------------------------6



Sydney King (2014)------------------------- 6

2014 Honors Longstreth/NFHCA All-America First team Alyssa Voelmle Longstreth/NFHCA All-West Region First team Elisa Garcia Paige Monsen Alyssa Voelmle Second Team Sydney King Mallory Mason All-ACC First Team Alyssa Voelmle Second Team Paige Monsen ACC Player of the Week Sept. 23..................................................... Mallory Mason Oct. 7......................................................... Elisa Garcia NFHCA Senior Game Alyssa Voelmle NFHCA National Academic Squad Becca Maddock, Paige Monsen, Stephanie Byrne, Anna DuFour, Elisa Garcia, Abby Grimes, Lotta Kahlert, Lizi Kuhl, Rachel McCarthy, Marigrace Ragsdale, Shannon Sloss and Nicole Woods. NFHCA Scholar of Distinction Lotta Kahlert ACC All-Academic Squad Elisa Garcia, Lotta Kahlert, Becca Maddock, Paige Monsen, Shannon Sloss, Alyssa Voelmle, Nicole Woods ACC Academic Honor Roll Stephanie Byrne, Elisa Garcia, Abby Grimes, Lotta Kahlert, Becca Maddock, Erin McCrudden, Paige Monsen Cards in the 2014 Penn Monto/ NFHCA Coaches Poll Preseason........................................... 15 Sept. 9..................................................11 Sept. 16............................................... 14 Sept. 23................................................11 Sept. 30............................................... 12 Oct. 7..................................................... 5 Oct. 14................................................... 7 Oct. 21................................................... 7 Oct. 28................................................... 9 Nov. 4.................................................... 8 Nov. 11................................................. 10

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Head Coach Justine Sowry

Justine Sowry Fifth Season South Australia, 1991

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Justine Sowry is in her fifth season as head coach of the University of Louisville field hockey team. • Under Sowry’s guidance, the 2014 team achieved several milestones en route to an impressive 15-6 overall record. In their inaugural season as members of the perennially strong Atlantic Coast Conference, the Cardinals posted a 3-3 record and finished the regular season tied for third in league standings. Their victories included upsets of No. 4 Duke and No. 1 North Carolina – marking the first win over a top-ranked team in program history. Louisville spent six weeks ranked in the top 10 in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association rankings, reaching as high as No. 5. Behind their impressive strength of schedule, the 2014 Cardinals earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament where they lost to Stanford 2-1 in overtime. • Senior Alyssa Voelmle went on to earn first team 2014 NFHCA All-America honors, become the eighth All-American in school history and only the second first team selection. Voelmle joined teammates Elisa Garcia, Paige Monsen, Sydney King and Mallory Mason on the NFHCA All-West Region team. The Cardinals also placed two players – Voelmle and Monsen – on the All-ACC teams. Last season came on the heels of a successful 2013 campaign in which the Cardinals posted a 15-5 record - the most wins since 2001 - and earned a share of the BIG EAST Regular season title with a 6-1 record in league play. Additionally, Louisville registered a perfect 10-0 record at Trager Stadium for the first time in program history. The Cardinals finished the season ranked No. 15 and were a mainstay in the 2013 NFHCA top 20 rankings, appearing as high as No. 14 where they spent four weeks. The 2012 Cardinals posted a 12-8 overall record and made their eighth straight appearance in the BIG EAST semifinals. Three players earned all-conference honors while Amber Thomas was selected to the NFHCA All-Region team. In her first season at the helm, Sowry’s 2011 team featured six underclassmen in the starting lineup and posted 10 wins while earning the Cards’ seventh straight appearance in the BIG EAST semifinals. Five players earned league honors and Hayley Turner was named BIG EAST Co-

Offensive Player of the Year. Additionally, Turner and Collins were NFHCA All-West Region selections. Turner went on to become the seventh player in program history to earn All-American status. She joined the Cardinals on December 16, 2010 when Vice President for Athletics Tom Jurich announced that she would become the program’s eighth head field hockey coach. Sowry returned to where her collegiate coaching career started when she was an assistant under head coach Pam Bustin from 1998 through 2002. Sowry came to U of L after four seasons as the head coach at UMass. During her time there, she compiled a 58-31 overall record, including a mark of 22-4 in Atlantic 10 play. Under her guidance, the Minutewomen earned powerhouse status in the Atlantic 10 and on the national level, claiming three A-10 championships and NCAA appearances (2007, 2008 and 2010). She was a three-time A-10 Coach of the Year and was twice named the NFHCA Division I Northeast Region Coach of Year. During her four-year tenure there, she coached 19 A-10 All-Conference selections, 17 All-Region selections, and five All-Americans. Sowry led the team to three conference titles and three NCAA tournament appearances. The Minutewomen posted 17 wins in the 2008 season and reached as high as No. 9 in the NFHCA rankings. Sowry’s teams also produced solid defensive efforts, being consistently ranked among the nation’s top 10 in shutouts and goals-against average. Prior to her time at UMass, Sowry served as a USA High Performance Coach with the U.S. Field Hockey Association (USFHA) from 2003-07. During her stint there, she was the director of all goalkeeping programs, and the camp director of the FDIC, High School Open Camp and the Junior National Camp. Sowry coached Amy Tran, who was named the Goalkeeper of the Tournament at the 2006 World Cup in Madrid, Spain in addition to being named to the FIH World Team of the Year. While Sowry was an assistant coach with the U.S. National team in 2006, the team placed sixth in the world at the games in Madrid. She also assisted with the 2005 Junior National Team which placed seventh in the Junior World Cup in Santiago, Chile. With the USFHA, Sowry wrote the curriculum for the Futures Team goalkeepers each of the last two years. Before joining the USFHA, Sowry spent a year as an assistant coach for the Stanford University field hockey program (2003). Sowry began her coaching career at the University of Louisville, where she spent five years (1998-2002) as an assistant coach to Pam Bustin. She aided Bustin in orchestrating one of the most remarkable program-building efforts in the nation. In their first season, the Cardinals snapped a 34-game losing streak and went on to produce winning records in each season from 2000-03 including the MAC conference championship in 2002. The Adelaide, Australia-native was a member of the Australian National Hockey Team from 1991-2001. She tallied 128 international appearances, and was a member of the country’s 1996 and 2000 Olympic squads. She earned gold medals while playing on World Cup teams in 1994 and 1998.

The Sowry File Fourth season at Louisville Year Record ACC 2014 15-6 3-3 Record BIG EAST 2013 15-5 6-1 2012 12-8 3-3 2011 10-9 3-3 Total 52-28 12-7 At UMass (four years) Year Record Atlantic 10 2010 15-8 7-0 2009 12-9 3-3 2008 17-5 6-0 2007 14-9 6-1 Career 110-59 22-4 Head coaching accomplishments • 2014 - NCAA first round • 2013 - Louisville won a share of the BIG EAST Regular Season title • 2010 - Dita/NFHCA Division I Northeast Region Coach of the Year • 2010 - Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year • UMass won 2010 A-10 championship and earned an NCAA tournament at-large bid • 2009 - Led UMass to 2009 A-10 title and an NCAA tournament bid • 2008 - Dita/NFHCA Division I Northeast Region Coach of the Year • 2008 - Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year • 2007 - WomensFieldHockey.com National Coach of the Year • 2007 - Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year • Led the Minutewomen to 2007 A-10 title and an NCAA tournament appearance • USA Level III Accreditation As an assistant coach • USA Field Hockey Goalkeeping Coach (2003-07) • USA Junior World Cup (2005, 2009) • USA Junior Pan American Games (2005) • Stanford (2003) • Louisville (1998-2002) Playing Career • Australian National Team (1991-2001) - Two-time World Cup Gold Medalist (1994, 1998) - Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist (1998) - Two-time Champions Trophy Gold Medalist (1993, 1995) - 128 International caps

2015 Cardinals

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#3

#4

#6

#8

#9

Ayeisha McFerran

Taylor Stone

Tess Hannah

Erin McCrudden

Elisa Garcia

Fr | GK |5-6 Larne, Northern Ireland

Fr. | B | 5-3 Herndon, Va.

Fr. | F | 5-2 Brisbane, Australia

Jr. | M | 5-3 Putnam Valley, N.Y.

Sr. | M | 5-6 Santiago, Chile

Jr. | F | 5-4 Pequea, Pa.

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#12

#13 Gianna Perrone

#14

Hailey Netherton

#15

#16 Abby Grimes

Marigrace Ragsdale

Fr. | M | 5-6 Trappe, Pa.

Sr. | B | 5-8 Auckland, New Zealand

Jr. | B | 5-4 Berlin, N.J.

Jr. | F | 5-6 Louisville, Ky.

Fr. | M | 5-3 Louisville, Ky.

So. | B | 5-4 St. Louis, Mo.

So.| F | 5-3 St. Louis, Mo.

#28

#99

R/So.| F | 5-1 Berlin N.J.

R/So.| GK | 5-4 Medford, N.J.

Annie Himsworth

#18

Victoria Stratton

Katie Walsh

Lotta Kahlert

Madison Land

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#22

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#25

Jr.| M | 5-7 Hamburg, Germany

Fr. | F | 5-2 Virginia Beach, Va.

So. | M/F | 5-2 Beverly, Mass.

Fr. | B | 5-6 Madrid, Spain

Sr. | M | 5-4 Audubon, N.J.

Nicole Woods

Maria Gomez

Justine Sowry

Lucas Piccioli

Olivia Netzler-Gray

Will Holt

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Megan Anstotz

Shannon Sloss

Stephanie Byrne

Katharine Gwynne-Wood Sr. | M | 5-6 Ipswich, England

#17

Elina Pereira

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2015 Player Profiles Ayeisha McFerran Erin McCrudden • Freshman • Goalkeeper • Larne, Northern Ireland

Member of Irish National Team Personal: Full name is Ayeisha McFerran... Nickname is Eisha or Sheesha... Birthdate is January 10, 1996... Daughter of George and Sandra McFerran... Has three siblings: Tamara, Reece and Shea... Major is sport administration and marketing... Proudest moment of her life was getting her first senior cap for Ireland and doing a 1v1 shootout against Canada at World League 2 in Dublin to win the tournament... The greatest challenge she has overcome was the passing of her mom, as she inspired her to try everything and appreciate what you have in life.

McFerran’s Statistics

Year GP/GS MP

GA GAA SV SV% SH W-L

2015 11/11 747:49 14 1.31 35 .725

2

5

7-4

Taylor Stone

• Freshman • Back/Midfielder • Herndon, Va.

• Member of USA U19 Team Personal: Full name is Taylor Hannah Stone... Nickname is ‘T’... Birthdate is June 19, 1997... Daughter of Carolyn and Billy Stone... Has a sister, Sammy... Her father played baskeball for American University... Her grandfather, Bill, is a former member of the UofL Board of Trustees... Her cousin, Matt Ryan, plays lacrosse for Harvard... Her cousin, Rebecca Ryan, played lacrosse for Vanderbilt... Proudest moment was playing for Team USA’s women’s field hockey team during the 2013 Maccabiah Games in Israel and winning a bronze medal.

Stone’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2015 11/8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

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Tess Hannah

Freshman • Forward Brisbane, Australia

Member of Scottish U18 Team Personal: Personal: Full name is Tess Antoinette Hannah... Nickname is ‘T’ or Tessie... Birthdate is July 13, 1997... Daughter of Colin and Sally Hannah...Has three siblings: Meghan, Thomas and Jack... Major is exercise science.

Hannah’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2015 11/3 18 3 0 6 0 0 0/0

8

4

• Junior • Midfielder • Putnam Valley, N.Y.

Personal: Full name is Erin Mary McCrudden… Daughter of John and Eileen McCrudden… Birthdate is July 8, 1995… Majoring in physical education with a minor in exercise science… Has four siblings: sisters Meaghan, Kelsey and Jenna, and brother, Brendan.

McCrudden’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att. 2013 12/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 2014 21/1 4 2 0 4 1 0 0/0 2015 11/9 11 1 2 4 0 0 0/1 Career 44/10 15 3 3 9 1 0 0/1

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Elisa Garcia • Senior • Midfielder • Santiago, Chile

• 2015 Team Co-captain • Two-time NFHCA All-West Region Selection (1st team 2014; 2nd team 2013) • 2013 All-BIG EAST Second Team Selection • Fifth on UofL’s career assists list with 30. • In 2014, led team with 27 points and 13 assists, tied for fourth on school’s single season assists list Personal: Full name is Elisa Garcia... Daughter of Horacio Garcia and Cecilia Monardes... Birthdate is June 19, 1993... Nickname is “Chile”... Majoring in marketing... Youngest of seven children... Best moment of her athletic career was singing Chile’s national anthem at the 2010 Youth Pan American games in Uruguay.

Garcia’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2012 20/20 37 5 6 16 0 0 0/0 2013 20/11 35 3 9 15 1 0 0/0 2014 21/21 39 7 13 27 1 1 1/1 2015 9/7 26 3 2 8 0 0 2/3 Career 70/59 137 18 30 66 2 1 3/4

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Katharine Gwynne-Wood • Junior • Midfielder • Ipswich, England • Ipswich

Personal: Full name is Katharine Gwynne-Wood... Nickname is ‘Woodie’… Daughter of Samantha and Ivor Wood ... Birthdate is March 28, 1994... Major is psychology with a minor in English.

Gwynne-Wood’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2012 18/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0/0 2013 9/1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2014 21/4 8 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2015 11/6 8 2 5 9 1 0 0/0 Career 46/5 21 2 5 9 1 1 0/0

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2015 Player Profiles Shannon Sloss Gianna Perrone Junior • Forward • Pequea, Pa.

2013 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year Personal: Full name is Shannon Marie Sloss… Daughter of Kelley Sloss and Joseph Sloss… Birthdate is July 4, 1995… Major is exercise science… Post college ambition is to get a job and possibly coach

Sloss’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2013 20/18 31 10 2 22 1 0 0/0 2014 21/18 24 6 1 13 2 0 0/0 2015 11/7 6 2 1 5 0 0 0/0 Career 52/42 61 18 4 40 3 0 0/0

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Annie Himsworth • Freshman • Midfielder • Trappe, Pa.

As a freshman (2015): Played in Personal: Full name is Annie Himsworth... Nickname is AHimmy... Birthdate is March 14, 1997... Daughter of Mark and Kelly Himsworth... Has two brothers: Bracy and Zane... Has not declared a major... Her mom played lacrosse at Lock Haven... Her cousin, Maddy Evans, played soccer at Penn State and currently plays professional for the Boston Breakers.

Himsworth’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots 2015 7/0 0

12

G A PT GW DS PS/Att 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

Victoria Stratton

• Senior • Back • Auckland, New Zealand. • St. Kentigem

Field Captain 2013, 2014, 2015 Personal: Full name is Victoria Leigh Stratton... Nickname is Vic... Daughter of Greg and Gaye Stratton... Birthdate is May 19, 1992... Major is exercise science.

Stratton’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2012 20/19 36 2 2 6 1 0 0/0 2013 20/20 35 5 3 13 0 0 0/0 2014 21/19 6 1 0 2 0 0 0/0 2015 11/11 29 3 1 7 2 0 0/0 Career 72/69 106 11 6 28 3 0 0/0

13

• Junior • Back • Berlin, N.J. • Eastern Regional

As a sophomore (2014): Played in 13 games with one start Personal: Full name is Gianna Renee Perrone… Daughter of Frank Perrone and Dawn Perrone… Birthdate is March 14, 1995… Has a brother, Frankie, and a sister, Olivia…Major is exercise science... Her brother played football for Delaware Valley College.

Perrone’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots 2013 20/8 1 2014 13/1 0 2015 11/11 1 Career 42/20 2

14

G A PT GW 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

DS PS/Att 1 0/0 0 0/0 2 0/0 3 0/0

Hailey Netherton • Junior • Forward • Louisville, Ky. • Assumption

Personal: Full name is Hailey Renee Netherton… Daughter of Janet Blair and Steve Netherton… Birthdate is March 15, 1995… Major is marketing… Has a brother, Jake… Her mom was a cheerleader at U of L

Netherton’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2013 20/2 6 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 2014 21/11 16 3 0 6 0 0 0/0 2015 11/4 2 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 Career 52/17 24 3 2 8 0 0 0/0

15 Katie Walsh

• Freshman • Midfielder • Louisville, Ky.

Personal: Full name is Katherine Ann Walsh... Nickname is Katie... Birthdate is May 6, 1996... Daughter of Craig and Lisa Walsh... Has three siblings: Jon, Lizzy and Chris... Has not declared a major.

Walsh’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G 2015 7/0 0 0

A PT GW DS PS/Att 0 0 0 0 0/0

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2015 Player Profiles Madison Land Abby Grimes • Sophomore • Midfielder • St. Louis, Mo.

Personal: Full name is Abigail Ann Grimes... Nickname is Abby... Daughter of Kim and Tim Grimes... Birthdate is April 22, 1996... Has a sister, Sophie, and a brother, Jonny... Major is business.

Grimes’ Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2014 21/2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 2015 9/6 5 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 Career 30/8 5 0 2 2 0 0 0/0

17

Marigrace Ragsdale • Sophomore • Forward • St. Louis, Mo.

Personal: Full name is Marigrace Ragsdale... Daughter of Traci Ragsdale and Rodney Ragsdale... Has two brothers, Colin and Teddy... Majoring in business.

Ragsdale’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2014 14/1 7 1 1 3 0 0 0/0 2015 7/0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0/0 Career 21/1 9 2 1 5 0 0 0/0

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Lotta Kahlert

• Junior • Midfielder/Forward • Hamburg, Germany

• Two-time NFHCA Scholar of Distinction Personal: Full name is Lotta Marie Kahlert ... Daughter of Kirsten and Rüdiger Kahlert ... Birthdate is April 17, 1994... Major is exercise sceince and sport adminstration

Kahlert’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots 2013 20/3 12 2014 21/15 16 2015 11/11 10 Career 52/29 38

10

G 1 7 1 9

A PT GW DS PS/Att 3 5 0 0 0/0 0 14 3 0 0/0 3 5 1 0 0/0 6 24 4 0 0/0

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• Freshman • Forward • Virginia Beach, Va.

Personal: Full name is Madison Rae Land... Nickname is Maddog... Birthdate is August 5, 1997... Daughter of Sean and Kerri Land... Has a sister, Alexandra... Major is political science...

Land’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2015 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0

22

Nicole Woods

• Sophomore • Forward • Beverly, Mass.

• Member of USA U21 team (2015) • Member of the USA U19 team (2014-15) Personal: Full name is Nicole Leigh Woods... Daughter of Jack and Betsy Woods... Birthdate is July 7, 1996... Has a brother, Michael and a sister, Corinne... Major is middle school education.

Woods’ Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots 2014 21/15 13 2015 11/11 12 Career 32/26 30

25

G 3 4 7

A PT GW DS PS/Att 4 10 1 0 0/0 4 12 1 0 0/0 8 22 2 0 0/0

Megan Anstotz • Senior • Midfielder • Audubon, N.J.

Personal: Full name is Megan Anstotz... Nickname is Meg… Daughter of Tim and Cheryl Anstotz... Birthdate is May 17, 1994... Major is communications.. Has a brother, Tim. 8

Anstotz’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots G A PT GW DS PS/Att 2012 20/7 3 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 2013 20/7 10 1 1 3 0 0 0/0 2014 21/18 1 0 2 2 0 0 0/0 2015 11/6 3 0 1 1 0 0 0/0 Career 72/38 17 1 5 7 0 0 0/0

2015 Player Profiles

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Stephanie Byrne • R/Sophomore • Midfielder • Berlin, N.J. • Eastern Regional

Personal: Full name is Stephanie Marie Byrne… Daughter of Maria Byrne and Andy Byrne.. Birthdate is Sept. 28, 1994… Has a sister, Melissa… Majoring in finance and accounting.

Byrne’s Statistics

Year GP/GS Shots 2013 4/0 0 2014 21/0 13 2015 11/10 14 Career 36/10 27

99

G A PT GW DS PS/Att 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 3 0 6 0 0 0/0 6 0 12 2 0 0/0 9 0 6 2 0 0/0

Elina Pereira

• R/Sophomore • Goalkeeper • Medford, N.J.

Personal: Full name is Elina Jose Pereira... Nickname is `E’... Daughter of Jose Pereira and Cheryl Pereira... Birthdate is May 27, 1995... Majoring in marketing... Has one sister, Brianna, who played field hockey at Georgetown University.

Pereira’s Statistics

Year GP/GS MP

GA GAA SV SV% SH W/L

2013 - Redshirted 2014 1/0 20:19 2 6.89 0 .000 0 0/0 2015 1/0 18:01 1 3.89 0 .000 0 0/0 Career 2/0 38:20 3 5.48 0 .000 0 0/0

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2015 Louisville Field Hockey Louisville Game Results (as of Oct 07, 2015) All games Date

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Aug 28

Opponent APPALACHIAN STATE

W

Aug 30

INDIANA

W

3-0

2-0-0

0-0-0

Sep 04

vs California at UC Davis

W

09/06/15

W

1-0 2-0

3-0-0 4-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

Sep 11

#6 VIRGINIA

L

3-4

4-1-0

0-1-0

Sep 13

#17 LIBERTY

W

2-1

5-1-0

0-1-0

Sep 18

at #3 North Carolina vs #19 JMU

L W

0-5 5-0

5-2-0 6-2-0

0-2-0 0-2-0

1-2 0-2 1-0

6-3-0 6-4-0 7-4-0

0-3-0 0-4-0 0-4-0

Sep 20

*

Sep 25

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Oct 02 Oct 04

#7 WAKE FOREST at #5 Duke UMASS

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 7-4 0-4 4-2 1-2 2-0 0-0

Score Overall 8-1 1-0-0

L L W

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 11 6 3 2

Conf 0-0-0

Total 2738 1903 748 87

Avg. 249 317 249 44

Att. Goals scored 202 Lotta Kahlert (unassisted) Victoria Stratton (Nicole Woods;Kath. Gwynne-Wood) Marigrace Ragsdale (Lotta Kahlert) Tess Hannah (Erin McCrudden;Lotta Kahlert) Elisa Garcia (penalty shot) Shannon Sloss (unassisted) Erin McCrudden (unassisted) Stephanie Byrne (Hailey Netherton) 419 Stephanie Byrne (Victoria Stratton) Stephanie Byrne (Elisa Garcia) Tess Hannah (Lotta Kahlert) 87 Victoria Stratton (Nicole Woods) 108 Stephanie Byrne (unassisted) Tess Hannah (Megan Anstotz;Kath. Gwynne-Wood) 278 Elisa Garcia (penalty shot) Elisa Garcia (Kath. Gwynne-Wood) Nicole Woods (Kath. Gwynne-Wood) 389 Kath. Gwynne-Wood (Elisa Garcia) Kath. Gwynne-Wood (unassisted) 525 Victoria Stratton (Kath. Gwynne-Wood;Nicole Woods) Stephanie Byrne (Abby Grimes) Nicole Woods (Erin McCrudden) Nicole Woods (unassisted) Shannon Sloss (Nicole Woods) 396 Stephanie Byrne (unassisted) 115 219 Nicole Woods (Shannon Sloss)

2015 Louisville Field Hockey Louisville Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 07, 2015) All games Overall: 7-4-0 Conf: 0-4-0 Home: 4-2-0 Away: 1-2-0 Neut: 2-0-0 ## 28 22 9 6 12 3 8 18 4 17 16 25 14 2 13 23 20 15 11 1

Player

gp-gs

g

a

Stephanie Byrne Nicole Woods Kath. Gwynne-Wood Elisa Garcia Victoria Stratton Tess Hannah Shannon Sloss Lotta Kahlert Erin McCrudden Marigrace Ragsdale Abby Grimes Megan Anstotz Hailey Netherton Taylor Stone Gianna Perrone Maria Gomez Madison Land Katie Walsh Annie Himsworth Ayeisha McFerran Total Opponents

11-10 11-11 11-6 9-7 11-11 11-3 11-7 11-11 11-9 7-0 9-6 11-6 11-4 11-8 11-11 4-0 2-0 7-0 7-0 11-11 11 11

6 4 2 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 15

0 4 5 2 1 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 15

# 1 99 TM

Goalie

gp-gs

Ayeisha McFerran Elina Pereira TEAM Total Opponents

11-11 1-0 11 11

pts

sh

sh% sog sog% gwg ps-att

12 14 .429 11 .786 12 17 .235 15 .882 9 8 .250 6 . 750 8 26 .115 18 .692 7 29 .103 18 .621 6 18 .167 9 . 500 5 6 .333 3 . 500 5 10 .100 7 . 700 4 11 .091 4 . 364 2 2 . 500 1 . 500 1 5 .000 4 . 800 1 3 . 000 2 . 667 1 2 .000 2 1.000 0 2 . 000 1 . 500 0 1 .000 0 . 000 0 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 0 .000 0 . 000 0 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 0 .000 0 . 000 0 0 . 000 0 . 000 73 154 .169 101 .656 45 100 .150 54 .540

Goal Average min ga gaavg

747:49 18:01 2:47 768:37 768:37

14 1 0 15 26

1.31 3.89 0.00 1.37 2.37

Saves saves

37 0 2 39 75

2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4

0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-1

pct

w

.7 2 5 . 000 1.000 . 722 .743

7 0 0 7 4

dsv

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Record Shots l t sho/cbo faced

4 0 0 4 7

0 0 0 0 0

5/0 0/0 0/0 5 2

98 1 0 99 150

Team saves: 2 Goals by Period Louisville Opponents

1st 2nd Total

Shots by Period Louisville Opponents

1st 2nd Total

Saves by Period Louisville Opponents

1st 2nd Total

14 7

74 45

16 32

12 8

80 55

23 43

26 15

154 100

39 75

Corners by Period Louisville Opponents

1st 2nd Total

39 19

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

50 20

89 39 LOU 1903 6/317 2/44

Opponent 748 3/249

2015 Louisville Field Hockey Louisville Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 04, 2015) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

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OVERALL 7-4 0-4 7-0

Opponent

Aug 28 APPALACHIAN STATE Aug 30 INDIANA Sep 04 vs California 09/06/15 at UC Davis Sep 11 #6 VIRGINIA Sep 13 #17 LIBERTY Sep 18 at #3 North Carolina Sep 20 vs #19 JMU Sep 25 #7 WAKE FOREST 10/2/2015 at Duke Oct 04 UMASS

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game PENALTY CORNERS PENALTY STROKES PENALTIES Green cards Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

Score 8-1 3-0 1-0 2-0 3-4 2-1 0-5 5-0 1-2 0-2 1-0

W W W W L W L W L L W

Att. 202 419 87 108 278 389 525 0 396 115 219

LOU

OPP

26-154 2.36 . 169 101-154 . 656 14.0 89 2-4

15-100 1.36 . 150 54-100 . 540 9.1 39 1-1

8 2 0

3 1 1

1903 6/317 2/44

748 3/249

HOME 4-2 0-2 4-0 ##

Player

28 22 9 6 12 3 8 18 4 17 16 25 14 2 13 23 20 15 11 1

Stephanie Byrne Nicole Woods Kath. Gwynne-Wood Elisa Garcia Victoria Stratton Tess Hannah Shannon Sloss Lotta Kahlert Erin McCrudden Marigrace Ragsdale Abby Grimes Megan Anstotz Hailey Netherton Taylor Stone Gianna Perrone Maria Gomez Madison Land Katie Walsh Annie Himsworth Ayeisha McFerran Total Opponents

Goalie 1 Ayeisha McFerran 99 Elina Pereira ##

Total Opponents

AWAY 1-2 0-2 1-0

NEUTRAL 2-0 0-0 2-0

gp g a 11 6 0 11 4 4 11 2 5 9 3 2 11 3 1 11 3 0 11 2 1 11 1 3 11 1 2 7 1 0 9 0 1 11 0 1 11 0 1 11 0 0 11 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 0 11 0 0 11 26 21 11 15 15 GP 11 1 11 11

Min. 747:49 18:01 768:37 768:37

Goals by Period Louisville Opponents

1st

2nd

14 7

12 8

Shots by Period Louisville Opponents

1st

2nd

74 45

80 55

Saves by Period Louisville Opponents

1st

2nd

16 32

23 43

Corners by Period Louisville Opponents

1st

2nd

39 19

50 20

pts

sh sh% sog sog% gw ps-att dsv

12 14 .429 11 .786 12 17 .235 15 .882 9 8 .250 6 .750 8 26 .115 18 .692 7 29 .103 18 .621 6 18 .167 9 .500 5 6 .333 3 .500 5 10 .100 7 .700 4 11 .091 4 .364 2 2 .500 1 .500 1 5 .000 4 .800 1 3 .000 2 .667 1 2 .000 2 1.000 0 2 .000 1 .500 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 73 154 .169 101 .656 45 100 .150 54 .540 GA

14 1 15 26 Total 26 15 Total 154 100 Total 39 75 Total 89 39

GAAvg Saves

1.31 3.89 1.37 2.37

37 0 39 75

2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4

0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 1-1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Pct

W-L-T

Sho

.725 .000 .722 .743

7-4-0 0-0-0 7-4-0 4-7-0

5/0 0/0 5 2

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