noteworthy notes


attack in the 19th minute when Anna McClung fired a shot ..... Helped lead McDonogh High School to three IAAM ..... Favorite athlete is muscian is John Mayer.

3 SEC REGULAR SEASON TITLES 2003, 2004, 2005 4 SEC TOURNAMENT TITLES 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008 10 NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES » 5 NCAA TOURNAMENT SWEET SIXTEENS » 5 ALL-AMERICANS » 2 OLYMPIC MEDALISTS

THE RECORD

2014 » SCHEDULE & RECORD OVERALL RECORD:

4-3-0

SEC 0-0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 4-3-0 HOME 1-1-0 AWAY 1-2-0 NEUTRAL 2-0-0

TENNESSEE AT #11 TEXAS A&M

THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 2014 | COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS | ELLIS FIELD

TENNESSEE AT ETSU

SUNDAY, SEPT. 21, 2014 | JOHNSON CITY, TENN. | SUMMERS-TAYLOR STADIUM

THE MATCHUP TEAM

INFO

TENNESSEE

4-3-0, 0-0-0 SEC Final 2013 NCAA RPI: 58 NSCAA Poll: NR Soccer America Poll: NR Goals/Match: 1.86 Goals Allowed/Match: 0.86 Saves/Match: 2.86

F #17 Hannah Wilkinson (471 min., 4 G, 1 A, 5 SOG) F #37 Anna McClung (425 min., 2 G, 2 A, 8 SOG) #0 Jamie Simmons F/D #14 Amy Neal (4-3-0, 0.86 GAA, 19 saves) (353 min., 2 G, 5 SOG) M #6 Cheyenne Spade (412 min., 1 G, 2 A, 3 SOG)

6-1-1, 0-0-0 SEC Final 2013 NCAA RPI: 15 NSCAA Poll: 11 Soccer America Poll: 13 Goals/Match: 2.50 Goals Allowed/Match: 1.12 Saves/Match: 2.88

M/F #15 Kelley Monogue (495 min,, 7 G, 5 A, 22 SOG) F/M #6 Shea Groom (542 min., 5 G, 2 A, 8 SOG) F #22 Bianca Brinson (345 min., 3 G, 6 SOG) F/M #1 Allie Bailey (623 min. 2 G, 2 A, 4 SOG)

#23 Renee McDermott (6-1-1, 1.12 GAA, 22 saves)

7-1-0, 0-0-0 SoCon Final 2013 NCAA RPI: 249 NSCAA Poll: NR Soccer America Poll: NR Goals/Match: 4.38 Goals Allowed/Match: 1.50 Saves/Match: 3.13

D #16 Hannah Short (678 min., 12 G, 4 A, 26 SOG) F #8 Simonda Koren (444 min., 9 G, 2 A, 16 SOG) M #27 Sarah Zadrazil (506 min., 2 G, 8 A, 9 SOG) D #10 Jasmin Dutton (717 min., 11 A, 1 SOG)

#1 Jasmine Elliott (6-1-1, 1.59 GAA, 24 saves)

„THE SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT (TV) TIME/RESULT Aug. 13 LOUISVILLE [EXH] T, 1-1 Aug. 22 vs. Milwaukee W, 5-0 Aug. 24 at Wisconsin L, 2-1 OT Aug. 29 #23 BYU L, 1-0 Sept. 5 at Western Kentucky W, 2-0 Sept. 7 TULSA W, 1-0 Sept. 12 at #2 Virginia L, 2-1 Sept. 14 vs. Richmond W, 3-1 Sept. 18 l at #12 Texas A&M 7 p.m./SECNetwork Sept. 21 at ETSU 7 p.m. Sept. 26 l ALABAMA 7 p.m./SECN+ Sept. 28 l MISSISSIPPI STATE 1 p.m./SECN+ Oct. 3 l at Georgia 7 p.m./SECN+ Oct. 5 l at Auburn 3 p.m./SECN+ Oct. 10 l ARKANSAS 7 p.m. Oct. 17 l LSU 7 p.m./SECN+ Oct. 19 l VANDERBILT 6 p.m./SECN+ Oct. 24 l at Florida 7 p.m./SECN+ Oct. 26 l MISSOURI 4 p.m./ESPNU Oct. 30 l at Ole Miss 8 p.m./SECN+ Nov. 3-9 SEC Tournament Nov. 14-16 NCAA First Round Nov. 21-23 NCAA Second & Third Rounds Nov. 28-30 NCAA Quarterfinals Dec. 5-7 NCAA Women’s College Cup BOLD CAPS indicates home game l indicates SEC game

[EXH] indicates exhibition SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. NCAA Women’s College Cup in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. All times listed are Eastern Time

2014 » TEAM INFORMATION Returning Players 16 Returning Starters 8 Players Lost 15 (6 seniors) Newcomers 16 (12 freshmen) SEC Preseason Poll Picked 5th (125 points) SEC Preseason Watch Wilkinson, Sirna, Spade TDS Preseason Best XI Wilkinson, Baldwin NSCA Strength & Cond. All-Am. Sirna

2013 » IN REVIEW Overall Record 8-7-4 SEC Record 3-5-2 SEC Finish 12th Final NCAA RPI 58 NSCAA All-Region Caroline Brown (2nd) All-SEC Caroline Brown (2nd) Allie Sirna (2nd)

TEXAS A&M

ETSU

OFFENSE

GOALKEEPERS

NOTEWORTHY NOTES TENNESSEE VS. TEXAS A&M: 3-0

Aug. 28, 2011: Tennessee defeated No. 18 Texas A&M, 1-0, in Knoxville. Caroline Brown scored off a PK in the 35th minute. Oct. 19, 2012: Tennessee defeated No. 9 Texas A&M, 1-0, in College Station. Hannah Wilkinson scored in the 10th minute off an assist by CC Cobb. Sept. 20, 2013: Tennessee defeated No. 20 Texas A&M, 1-0, in Knoxville. Caroline Brown scored off a PK in the 32nd minute.

TENNESSEE VS. ETSU: 3-0

Sept. 19, 1997: Tennessee won, 8-0, in Knoxville. Oct. 9, 1998: Tennessee won, 8-0, in Johnson City. Aug. 22, 2009: Tennessee won, 2-0, in Knoxville. Mick Imgram scored both of UT’s goals.

TENNESSEE VS. IN-STATE FOES

Tennessee is 23-11-2 all-time against in-state foes. UT lost its last meeting against an opponent from the Volunteer State on Sept. 13, 2013, when the Big Orange lost at Middle Tennessee State, 1-0.

NEWCOMERS MAKING AN IMPACT

Twelve UT newcomers have seen action this season. Sophomore transfer Anna McClung leads all newcomers with seven starts and freshman Carlyn Baldwin ranks first among newcomers and fourth on the team with 549 minutes played. McClung enjoyed a breakout game against Richmond on Sept. 14, scoring the first two goals of her UT career. She currently ranks second on the team with six points off two goals and two assists. RS sophomore Kiah Allen had an assist on Hannah Wilkinson’s goal vs. No. 2 Virginia on Sept. 12.

TEXAS A&M

Texas A&M is 6-1-1 this season and 6-0-0 at home.

2014 TENNESSEE TEAM STATS ¢ Goals-Shots:....................................................... 13-69 ¢ Goals Per Game:.................................................. 1.86 ¢ Shot Pct.: .................................................................. .188 ¢ Shots On Goal - Shots:........................................ 27-69 ¢ SOG Pct.:...................................................................... .391 ¢ Shots/Game:.................................................................9.9 ¢ Assists:..............................................................................10 ¢ Corner Kicks:...................................................................21 ¢ Penalty Kicks:..............................................................0-0 ¢ Shutouts:........................................................................... 3

2014 TENNESSEE TEAM LEADERS ¢ Points:..................................9 - Hannah Wilkinson ¢ Goals:...................................4 - Hannah Wilkinson ¢ Assists.: ................... 2 - McClung, Ferguson, Spade ¢ Shots:......................................14 - McClung, Wilkinson ¢ Shots On Goal.:...............................8 - Anna McClung ¢ Minutes (Field Player):..................... 605 - Allie Sirna ¢ Game Winners:......................... 2 - Hannah Wilkinson ¢ Saves:.............................................19 - Jamie Simmons ¢ Minutes In Goal:...................631:14 - Jamie Simmons The Aggies rank 29th in the nation in scoring offense at 2.50 goals per game. Senior Kelley Monogue is tied for ninth in the nation with 2.38 points per game.

ETSU

ETSU is off to a strong start to the season at 7-1-0. The Bucs are 5-0 at home and feature the nation’s No. 2 scoring offense at 4.38 goals per contest. The team also ranks third nationally in assists per game at 4.63. Hannah Short (12 goals, 1.50 goals per game) and Simona Koren (nine goals, 1.286 goals per game) rank first and second in the nation, respectively, in scoring.

NOTEWORTHY NOTES BRINGING THE FIGHT TO #2 VIRGINIA

On Sept. 12, Tennessee had a 1-0 lead on then-No. 2 Virginia for 40 minutes thanks to Hannah Wilkinson’s score in the 10th minute. Those 40 minutes marked the first time this season that Virginia had trailed in a game and the first time since Nov. 8, 2013, that UVa had trailed in a game. It ended an impressive 10-game streak in which the Cavaliers never trailed.

WILKINSON’S MATCH-WINNERS

Hannah Wilkinson’s goal against Western Kentucky was the eigth match-winner of her career, moving her into a tie for eighth place on UT’s all-time list with Emily Redberg (2004-07). Wilkinson scored two goals in that win, marking her second multi-goal game of her UT career. She last had two goals in UT’s 2-0 win over James Madison on Sept. 1, 2013.

BOUNCING BACK

When Tennessee defeated Western Kentucky, 2-0, it snapped a two-game losing streak. UT has not lost three games in a row since losing four straight from Sept. 4-17, 2010. UT has never lost three in a row under head coach Brian Pensky and Pensky has not lost three in a row as a head coach since 2009 at Maryland (Oct. 29, 2009, to Nov.4, 2009).

TENNESSEE IN HOME OPENERS

Tennessee is 15-4 (.789) all-time in home openers and 2-0 under head coach Brian Pensky. Over the years, UT has outscored its opponents 58-17 in home openers. UT is 4-3 (.571) against ranked teams in home openers with wins over No. 16 Wake Forest in 2001, No. 15 Duke in 2004, No. 6 Virginia in 2006 and No. 7 Penn State in 2007. UT’s losses were to No. 13 West Virginia in 2008, No. 8 UCLA in 2011 and No. 23 BYU in 2014. LAST 5 HOME OPENERS Date Opponent 8/29/14 #23 BYU 8/23/13 Oklahoma 8/17/12 Samford 8/26/11 #8 UCLA 8/20/10 Western Kentucky

Score L, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-0

SIRNA’S INCREDIBLE STREAK

Senior Allie Sirna played 64 minutes vs. Milwaukee and ended a remarkable 2,876-minute stretch of playing without being subbed out. She was previously last subbed out in a 6-0 rout of Mississippi State on Sept. 23, 2012. From that point on, the Tennessee back line staple played in 47 hours and 56 minutes over the span of Tennessee’s next 31 games without coming out of the game. Sirna played the full 91 minutes against Wisconsin on Aug. 24.

2 SCORES FOR WILKINSON VS. MILWAUKEE

Hannah Wilkinson scored two goals in the win over Milwaukee, marking her second multi-goal game of her UT career. She last had two goals in UT’s 2-0 win over James Madison on Sept. 1, 2013. TENNESSEE IN SEASON OPENERS Tennessee has won eight consecutive season openers, dating back to 2007. UT is 4-5 all-time in season openers on the road. The Orange and White’s last loss in a season opener was on Aug. 25, 2006, when it fell to Maryland, 1-0, in the Penn State Invitational. Current UT head coach Brian Pensky was the head coach of the that Maryland team in 2006. UT is now 3-0 in season openers under Pensky. LAST 8 SEASON OPENERS Date Opponent

Score

8/22/14 8/23/13 8/17/12 8/19/11 8/20/10 8/22/09 8/22/08 8/31/07

vs. Milwaukee Oklahoma Samford at Kansas Western Kentucky ETSU at Chattanooga #7 Penn State

W, 5-0 W, 3-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 OT W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-1

BALDWIN WITH U.S. U-20 TEAM Tennessee freshman Carlyn Baldwin arrived in Knoxville in mid August after playing for the U.S. U-20 Women’s National team at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada. Baldwin saw playing time off the bench in two contests, entering in the 74th minute vs. Germany on Aug. 5 and then in the 62nd minute vs. China on Aug. 12. TENNESSEE PICKED 5TH IN SEC PRESEASON POLL The Tennessee soccer team was picked to finish fifth in the Southeastern Conference in a preseason voting by the league’s 14 head coaches. Tennessee received 125 points and SEC coaches picked the Volunteers to finish behind Florida (164), Texas A&M (162), South Carolina (136) and Kentucky (129). WILKINSON NAMED TO HERMANN WATCH LIST Tennessee senior Hannah Wilkinson has been named to the 2014 Women’s MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. Wilkinson is one of 35 NCAA Division I women’s soccer players recognized as preseason favorites for the 2014 MAC Hermann Trophy. Wilkinson is one of eight SEC players on the list. The 2012 NSCAA All-American has amassed 13 goals and six assists over 32 appearances in her previous two years at UT. Wilkinson was previously on the 2013 Watch List. WILKINSON, BALDWIN NAMED TO TDS BEST XI Wilkinson and Baldwin have been named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com preseason Best XI teams. Wilkinson has been named to the Third Team and Baldwin has been selected for the Freshmen Team.

TENNESSEE » 2014 MISC STATS TENNESSEE... When leading at the half: When trailing at the half: When tied at the half: When UT has more shots: When opponent has more shots: When UT has more corners: When opponent has more corners: When UT has more saves: When opponent has more saves: Last shutout: W, 1-0, vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 Last shutout win: W, 1-0, vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 Last time an opponent shut out UT: L, 1-0, vs. No. 23 BYU, 8/29/14 Last time scoring 3 goals: W, 3-1, vs. Richmond, 9/14/14 Last time scoring 4 goals: W, 5-0, vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Last time scoring 5 goals: W, 5-0, vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Last time winning by 2 goals: W, 3-1, vs. Richmond, 9/14/14 Last time winning by 3 goals: W, 5-0, vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Last match vs. a ranked opponent: L, 2-1, at No. 2 Virginia, 9/12/14 Last win vs. a ranked opponent: W, 3-0, vs. No. 25 Ole Miss 10/4/13

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

TENNESSEE » 2014 HONORS CARLYN BALDWIN Top Drawer Soccer Preseason Best XI - Freshman Team Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team ANNA MCCLUNG Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team ALLIE SIRNA Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week - 9/9 SEC Preseason Watch List NSCA Strength & Conditioning All-American CHEYENNE SPADE SEC Preseason Watch List HANNAH WILKINSON SEC Preseason Watch List MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List Top Drawer Soccer Preseason Best XI - Third Team Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team

2014 QUICK FACTS GENERAL UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Location:....................................................................................................................Knoxville, Tenn. Location (Founded):................................................................................ Knoxville, Tenn. (1794) Conference:....................................................................................................................Southeastern Enrollment:....................................................................................................................................27,171 Colors:.....................................................................................................Orange (PMS 151) & White Nickname:.................................................................. Volunteers/Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols) Mascot:..................................................................................................................................Smokey X President:...................................................................................................................Dr. Joe DiPietro Chancellor:......................................................................................................... Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek Faculty Representative:..................................................................................... Dr. Donald Bruce Vice Chancellor/Dir. of Athletics:.................................................................................. Dave Hart Athletic Dept. Phone:.................................................................................................865-974-1220 Athletics Website:...................................................................................................... UTSports.com

FACILITY INFORMATION

Facility (Opened):........................................................................Regal Soccer Stadium (2007) Capacity:.......................................................................................................................................3,000 Surface:........................................................................................................................Bermuda Grass Record at Regal Soccer Stadium:.......................................................45-18-7 (entering 2014)

HISTORY

First Year of Soccer:.....................................................................................................................1996 All-Time Overall Record:........................................... 223-139-29 (.607) - UPDATED 9/16/14 All-Time SEC Record:.............................................................................................. 111-57-15 (.648) SEC Regular Season Championships:.......................................................... 2003, 2004, 2005 SEC Tournament Championships:....................................................2002, 2003, 2005, 2008 NCAA Tournament App:.2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012 NCAA Sweet 16:.........................................................................2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 All-Americans:..........Keeley Dowling (2002, 2003, 2004), Ali Christoph (2005, 2006), Jaimel Johnson (2007), Kylee Rossi (2007), Hannah Wilkinson (2012)

COACHES/STAFF

Head Coach:............................................................................................Brian Pensky (Emory ’91) ...........................................................3rd season at Tennessee, 10th season as a head coach Pensky’s Career Record:......................93-68-27 (.566, 10th season) - UPDATED 9/16/14 Pensky’s Record at Tennessee:............... 26-15-7 (.615, 3rd season) - UPDATED 9/16/14 Pensky’s NCAA Tournament Record:.................................................................................... 5-3-1 ..............................................4 appearances - 2009-11 with Maryland, 2012 with Tennessee Assistant Coach:...........................................................................Joe Mallia (Old Dominion ’92) Assistant Coach:................................................................... Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ’98) Volunteer Assistant Coach:..............................Dean Ward (Manchester Metropolitan ’06) Director of Soccer Operations:..........................................Emily Jacobssen (Tennessee ’10) Strength & Conditioning Coach:............................................Greg Adamson (Winthrop ’08) Athletic Training/Sports Medicine:.......................................Greg Mytyk (Florida State ’04) Team Manager:.............................................................................................................Luke Thomas Video Manager:.............................................................................................................Blake Farmer Soccer Office Phone:..................................................................................................865-974-4515 Coaches’ Fax:.............................................................................................................. 865-974-6380

TEAM INFORMATION

2013 Overall Record:..................................................................................................................8-7-4 2013 SEC Record:..........................................................................................3-5-4 (Finished 12th) 2013 Final Ranking:.....................................................................................................NCAA RPI: 58 2014 Returning Players:...................................................................................................................16 2014 Newcomers:...............................................................................................................................16 2014 Players Lost:..............................................................................................................................15 2014 Starters Returning/Lost:.....................................................................................................6/5

MEDIA RELATIONS

Assistant Director/Soccer Contact:.................................................................... Stephen K. Lee Media Relations Office:...............................................................................................865-974-1212 Lee’s Direct Line:........................................................... 865-974-7478 / 504-259-0907 (cell) Lee’s e-mail:................................................................................................................ [email protected] Regal Soccer Stadium Press Box:......................................................................... 865-974-8130 Team Twitter:...................................................................................................... @LadyVol_Soccer Team Instagram:................................................................................................. @LadyVol_Soccer Team Facebook:.....................................................................Facebook.com/TennesseeSoccer Mailing Address: 1551 Lake Loudoun Blvd. Brenda Lawson Addition, Room 009 Knoxville, TN 37916

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS FROM 2013

CATEGORY Matches Played Matches Started Minutes Played Goals Scored Assists Points Shots Shot % (Min 10 shots) Shots on Goal Shots on Goal % (Min 10 SOG) Match-winners PKs (PK-PK Att) Minutes Played in Goal Goals Against Average Saves Save % Shutouts

STAT LEADER 19 Julie Eckel, Allie Sirna 19 Allie Sirna 1,792 Allie Sirna 5 Hannah Wilkinson 5 Hannah Wilkinson 17 Hannah Wilkinson 65 Hannah Wilkinson .143 Amy Neal 26 Hannah Wilkinson .714 Amy Neal 2 Hannah Wilkinson 1-1 Hannah Wilkinson 1741:20 Julie Eckel 1.09 Julie Eckel 78 Julie Eckel .788 Julie Eckel 6.1 Julie Eckel

2014 ROSTER

NUMERICAL No. Name 00 Julie Eckel 0 Jamie Simmons 1 Meghan Flynn 2 Aaran Parry 3 Ashley Jolly 4 Mackenzie Moore 5 Olivia Knox 6 Cheyenne Spade 7 Suzanne Capocaccia 8 Kathryn Culhane 9 Gracie DeGooyer 10 Christine Creighton 11 Carlyn Baldwin 12 Michele Christy 13 Josie Jennings 14 Amy Neal 15 Cali Hutson 16 Allie Sirna 17 Hannah Wilkinson 18 Meaghan Mulligan 20 Susan Ferguson 21 Emily Morrow 23 Anna Bialczak 24 Gabby Santorio 25 Colleen Gawkins 27 Kiah Allen 28 Brittney Wade 29 Ariel Kupritz 31 Alexis Smith 36 Madison Del Duca 37 Anna McClung 77 Amanda McClanahan

Pos. 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-2 5-8 5-4 5-4 5-7 5-8 5-11 5-9 5-2 5-5 5-7 5-8 5-1 5-3 5-11 5-4 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-11 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-8 5-10 5-3 5-10.5 5-3

Ht. GK GK F/D F M M F M/F M D/M D/F M/F M M D D/F M/F D F M M/D D F/D D D/F D D F GK F F F

Class SR JR FR SO FR JR FR SR JR RS FR FR FR FR SO FR SO SO SR SR FR JR SO FR JR FR RS SO SR SO FR RS FR SO FR

Hometown/High School Cordova, Tenn./St. Benedict at Auburndale Houston, Texas/Clear Brook/UNC Greensboro Arlington, Va./Yorktown Frederick, Md./Tuscarora Hickory, N.C./Fred T. Foard Franklin, Tenn./Franklin Centennial, Colo./Regis Jesuit Richfield, Pa./Midd-West HS/NC State Memphis, Tenn./St. Agnes Academy Knoxville, Tenn./Knoxville Catholic Ashburn, Va./Stone Bridge Haverhill, Fla./Oxbridge Academy of The Palm Beaches Oakton, Va./Flint Loveland, Ohio/Ursuline Academy Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut Los Alamos, N.M./Los Alamos Fairfax, Va./Paul VI Catholic Solon, Ohio/Solon Whangarei, New Zealand/Kamo/Auckland University of Technology Freehold, N.J./Colts Neck Arlington, Va./Washington & Lee Argyle, Texas/Marcus Lutherville, Md./McDonogh Schenectady, N.Y./Schenectady Haymarket, Va./Battlefield Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy of Knoxville/UNC Greensboro Houston, Texas/Clear Lake Maryville, Tenn./Maryville/Miami (Fla.) San Jose, Calif./Valley Christian Palm Harbor, Fla./East Lake Gate City, Va./Gate City/Florida State Omaha, Neb./Papillion-La Vista South PROUNCIATIONS 2 Aaran Parry Erin Perry Head Coach: Brian Pensky (Emory ’91) 6 Cheyenne Spade SHY-ann Assistant Coach: Joe Mallia (Old Dominion ’92) 7 Suzanne Capocaccia CAP-uh-kotch-ee-uh Assistant Coach: Joe Kirt (Wisconsin-Oshkosh ’98) 8 Kathryn Culhane KULL-hane Vol. Asst. Coach: Dean Ward (Manchester Metropolitan ’06) deh-GOY-er Director of Soccer Operations: Emily Jacobssen (Tennessee ’10) 9 Gracie DeGooyer 10 Christine Creighton CRAY-ton Team Managers: Luke Thomas 11 Carlyn Baldwin CAR-lynn Video Intern: Blake Farmer 16 Allie Sirna SIR-nuh 23 Anna Bialczak BEE-al-ZACK Sports Medicine: Greg Mytyk 24 Gabby Santorio SAN-tor-EE-oh Strength & Conditioning: Greg Adamson 27 Kiah Allen KY-uh Media Relations: Stephen K. Lee Brian Pensky PEN-ski Joe Mallia mAL-EE-uh

WHERE THEY HAIL FROM

Tennessee (7) Kiah Allen, Suzanne Capocaccia, Kathryn Culhane, Julie Eckel, Josie Jennings, Ariel Kupritz, Mackenzie Moore Virginia (7) Carlyn Baldwin, Gracie DeGooyer, Susan Ferguson, Meghan Flynn, Colleen Gawkins, Cali Hutson, Anna McClung

Colorado (1) Olivia Knox Nebraska (1) Amanda McClanahan New Jersey (1) Meaghan Mulligan

Texas (3) Emily Morrow, Jamie Simmons, Brittney Wade

New Mexico (1) Amy Neal

Florida (2) Christine Creighton, Madison Del Duca

New York (1) Gabby Santorio

Maryland (2) Anna Bialczak, Aaran Parry

New Zealand (1) Hannah Wilkinson

Ohio (2) Michele Christy, Allie Sirna

North Carolina (1) Ashley Jolly

California (1) Alexis Smith

Pennsylvania (1) Cheyenne Spade

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 27 Kiah Allen 11 Carlyn Baldwin 23 Anna Bialczak 7 Suzanne Capocaccia 12 Michele Christy 10 Christine Creighton 8 Kathryn Culhane 9 Gracie DeGooyer 36 Madison Del Duca 00 Julie Eckel 20 Susan Ferguson 1 Meghan Flynn 25 Colleen Gawkins 15 Cali Hutson 13 Josie Jennings 3 Ashley Jolly 5 Olivia Knox 29 Ariel Kupritz 77 Amanda McClanahan 37 Anna McClung 4 Mackenzie Moore 21 Emily Morrow 18 Meaghan Mulligan 14 Amy Neal 2 Aaran Parry 24 Gabby Santorio 0 Jamie Simmons 16 Allie Sirna 31 Alexis Smith 6 Cheyenne Spade 28 Brittney Wade 17 Hannah Wilkinson

D M F/D M M M/F D/M D/F F GK M/D F/D D/F M/F D M F F F F M D M D/F F D GK D GK M/F D F

RS SO FR FR JR SO FR RS FR FR RS FR SR JR FR FR SO FR FR FR SO FR SO JR SO FR SO SO JR JR SR FR SR SR SR

BY CLASS SENIORS (5): Julie Eckel, Allie Sirna, Cheyenne Spade, Brittney Wade, Hannah Wilkinson JUNIORS (5): Suzanne Capocaccia, Susan Ferguson, Mackenzie Moore, Gabby Santorio, Jamie Simmons SOPHOMORES (8): Kiah Allen (RS), Michele Christy, Cali Hutson, Ariel Kupritz, Anna McClung, Emily Morrow, Amy Neal, Aaran Parry FRESHMEN (14): Carlyn Baldwin, Anna Bialczak, Christine Creighton, Kathryn Culhane (RS), Gracie DeGooyer, Madison Del Duca (RS), Meghan Flynn, Colleen Gawkins, Josie Jennings, Ashley Jolly, Olivia Knox, Amanda McClanahan, Meaghan Mulligan, Alexis Smith UT BIRTHDAYS Jan. 22 Meaghan Mulligan Feb. 3 Jamie Simmons Feb. 21 Colleen Gawkins Feb. 28 Michele Christy Mar. 10 Meghan Flynn Mar. 14 Anna Bialczak Mar. 17 Carlyn Baldwin Mar. 22 Christine Creighton Apr. 4 Madison Del Duca Apr. 6 Alexis Smith Apr. 8 Allie Sirna Olivia Knox Apr. 12 Josie Jennings May 11 Aaran Parry May 28 Hannah Wilkinson June 22 Ariel Kupritz July 2 Mackenzie Moore July 14 Cali Hutson

Aug. 12 Joe Kirt Aug. 20 Gracie DeGooyer Aug. 25 Amy Neal Aug. 26 Susan Ferguson Aug. 29 Dean Ward Sept. 13 Amanda McClanahan Oct. 1 Emily Morrow Oct. 8 Cheyenne Spade Oct. 15 Emily Jacobssen Oct. 22 Suzanne Capocaccia Nov. 4 Joe Mallia Nov. 9 Anna McClung Nov. 11 Julie Eckel Nov. 12 Brittney Wade Nov. 14 Ashley Jolly Dec. 5 Kat Culhane Dec. 15 Brian Pensky Gabby Santorio

HEADSHOT CHART

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JULIE ECKEL 5-6 • Sr. • GK Cordova, Tenn.

9

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2

3

4

ASHLEY JOLLY 5-2 • Fr. • M Hickory, N.C.

MACKENZIE MOORE 5-8 • Jr. • M Franklin, Tenn.

JAMIE SIMMONS 5-8 • Jr. • GK Houston, Texas

MEGHAN FLYNN 5-8 • Fr. • F/D Arlington, Va.

AARAN PARRY 5-9 • So. • F Frederick, Md.

10

11

12

GRACIE DEGOOYER 5-11 • Fr. • D/F Ashburn, Va.

CHRISTINE CREIGHTON 5-9 • Fr. • M/F Haverhill, Fla.

CARLYN BALDWIN 5-2 • Fr. • M Oakton, Va.

MICHELE CHRISTY 5-5 • So. • M Loveland, Ohio

20

21

23

SUSAN FERGUSON 5-6 • Jr. • M/D Arlington, Va.

EMILY MORROW 5-4 • So. • D Argyle, Texas

ANNA GABBY COLLEEN BIALCZAK SANTORIO GAWKINS 5-5 • Fr. • F/D 5-11 • Jr. • D 5-8 • Fr. • D/F Lutherville, Md. Schenectady, N.Y. Haymarket, Va.

37 ANNA McCLUNG 5-11 • So. • F Gate City, Va.

14

CHEYENNE OLIVIA SPADE KNOX 5-4 • Sr. • M/F 5-4 • Fr. • F Centennial, Colo. Richfield, Pa.

15

JOSIE AMY CALI JENNINGS NEAL HUTSON 5-7 • Fr. • D 5-8 • So. • D/F 5-1 • So. • M/F Knoxville, Tenn. Los Alamos, N.M. Fairfax, Va.

25

6

16 ALLIE SIRNA 5-3 • Sr. • D Solon, Ohio

7

8

SUZANNE KATHRYN CAPOCACCIA CULHANE 5-7 • Jr. • M 5-8 • RFr. • D/M Memphis, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn.

17 HANNAH WILKINSON 5-11 • Sr. • F Whangarei, N.Z.

18 MEAGHAN MULLIGAN 5-4 • Fr. • M Freehold, N.J.

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28

29

31

KIAH ALLEN 5-7 • RSo. • D Knoxville, Tenn.

BRITTNEY WADE 5-5 • Sr. • D Houston, Texas

ARIEL KUPRITZ 5-8 • So. • F Maryville, Tenn.

ALEXIS MADISON SMITH DEL DUCA 5-10 • Fr. • GK 5-3 • RFr. • F San Jose, Calif. Palm Harbor, Fla.

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77 AMANDA McCLANAHAN 5-3 • Fr. • F Omaha, Neb.

NEW ZEALAND Wilkinson (Whangarei, N.Z.)

24

13

5

BRIAN PENSKY Head Coach (Emory ’91)

JOE JOE DEAN EMILY MALLIA KIRT WARD JACOBSSEN Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Vol. Asst. Coach Dir. of Operations (Old Dominion ’92) (Wisconsin(Manchester (Tennessee ’10) Oshkosh ’98) Metropolitan ’06)

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NCAA RPI

NCAA RPI FOR 2013 (FINAL) Dec. 11, 2013 Rank School 1 Virginia 2 UCLA 3 Florida St. 4 North Carolina 5 Virginia Tech 6 Marquette 7 Michigan 8 Nebraska 9 Penn St. 10 Georgetown 11 Santa Clara 12 Florida 13 UCF 14 South Carolina 15 Texas A&M 16 Stanford 17 Wake Forest 17 Denver 19 West Virginia 20 Portland 21 Colorado Col. 22 Colorado 23 Washington St. 24 Duke 25 Notre Dame

’13 Rec 24-1-1 22-1-3 23-2-3 20-5-0 19-5-3 18-4-0 18-4-1 19-4-1 15-7-1 16-3-2 16-4-2 18-5-1 16-3-4 17-4-2 18-5-2 15-6-1 12-7-2 18-2-1 16-4-3 17-3-1 15-4-3 14-7-2 14-3-4 9-9-6 13-8-1

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(Computer Poll) Rank School 1 UCLA 2 Florida 3 Florida State 4 Virginia 5 Stanford 6 Virginia Tech 7 Penn State 8 North Carolina 9 Wisconsin 10 Notre Dame 11 Texas A&M 12 California 13 Boston College 14 South Carolina 15 USC 16 Duke 17 Texas Tech 18 UCF 19 Maryland 20 Illinois 21 Arizona State 22 Pepperdine 23 Michigan 24 West Virginia 25 Wake Forest

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Top 25 Rankings Sept. 16, 2014 Rank School (1st Pl) Pts. Prev. Rec. 1 UCLA (24) 624 1 6-0-1 2 Virginia Tech (1) 586 3 9-0-0 3 Virginia 582 2 7-0-0 4 Stanford 554 4 5-0-1 5 Florida State 521 5 6-1-0 6 Texas Tech 473 7 7-0-0 7 Florida 457 6 5-2-0 8 Penn State 450 8 6-1-0 9 North Carolina 395 10 3-1-1 10 California 373 11 8-1-0 11 Texas A&M 368 12 6-1-1 12 Pepperdine 360 13 6-1-1 13 Wisconsin 351 9 7-1-0 14 South Carolina 285 16 7-1-0 15 USC 257 14 5-0-2 16 Kansas 238 20 8-0-0 17 Clemson 189 17 7-0-1 18 Notre Dame 168 19 5-2-2 19 Oklahoma 162 15 5-1-2 20 DePaul 150 21 7-0-1 21 West Virginia 111 22 4-2-1 22 Illinois 70 NR 6-2-0 23 Long Beach State 63 23 3-2-3 24 Georgia 48 NR 5-1-1 25 Washington State 46 NR 5-0-2 Dropped out: No. 18 Auburn, No. 24 Santa Clara, No. 25 Rutgers Others receiving votes: Michigan (35), Connecticut (32), Auburn (30), Boston College (24), Arizona State (19), Santa Clara (17), Rutgers (17), Central Florida (16), Georgetown (14), George Washington (9), Iowa (6), San Francisco (5), San Diego State (5), Duke (4), Portland (2), Rice (2), Mississippi (2), Arizona (2), George Mason (1), Utah (1), North Texas (1)

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Top 25 Rankings Sept. 16, 2014 Rank School 1 UCLA 2 Virginia 3 Virginia Tech 4 Stanford 5 Florida 6 Florida State 7 Texas Tech 8 North Carolina 9 California 10 Penn State 11 Pepperdine 12 Notre Dame 13 Texas A&M 14 Kansas 15 USC 16 Iowa 17 Wisconsin 18 DePaul 19 Clemson 20 San Diego State 21 Michigan 22 Arizona State 23 South Carolina 24 Oklahoma 25 Georgia

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2013 Final Women’s Top 25 Poll Nov. 11, 2013 Rank School (1st Pl) Record 1 Virginia (10) 20-1-0 2 Florida State 18-1-3 3 UCLA 17-1-2 4 Virginia Tech 16-4-2 5 North Carolina 17-4-0 6 Portland 16-2-1 7 Marquette 18-3-0 8 Florida 17-4-1 9 Nebraska 18-3-1 10 Sanata Clara 14-4-1 11 Michigan 13-3-1 12 West Virginia 16-3-2 13 South Carolina 16-3-2 14 Texas A&M 17-4-1 15 Stanford 13-5-1 16 Denver 18-1-1 17 Central Florida 16-2-4 18 Georgetown 15-2-2 19 Texas Tech 17-2-2 20 Brigham Young 14-4-1 21 Washington State 14-3-3 22 Notre Dame 11-7-1 23 Penn State 14-6-1 24 Mississippi 15-5-2 25 Wake Forest 10-6-2 Others receiving votes: Iowa 11, Colorado College 6, Kentucky 6, Monmouth 6, Utah 5, Boston University 4, Boston College 3, Harvard 4, California 3, Pennsylvania 2, Arizona State 1, Colorado 1, Duke 1, Rutgers 1

2014 SEC STANDINGS Conference Overall W-L-T Pts Home Away W-L-T Pct. Georgia 0-0-1 1 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-1-1 .786 Ole Miss 0-0-1 1 0-0-1 0-0-0 5-1-2 .750 South Carolina 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-1-0 .875 Texas A&M 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-1-1 .813 Auburn 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-2-0 .750 Missouri 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-1-2 .750 Florida 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-2-0 .714 Kentucky 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-2-0 .714 Alabama 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-2-1 .643 Arkansas 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-2-2 .625 Vanderbilt 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-3-0 .625 TENNESSEE 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-3-0 .571 LSU 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-3-1 .563 Miss. State 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-4-0 .429

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AUG. 22 | MADISON, WIS. | MCCLIMON COMPLEX (184)

UT 69:40 Gracie DeGooyer (Cali Hutson) GOALS BY PERIOD TEAM 1 2 TOTAL TENNESSEE (1-0-0) 3 2 5 MILWAUKEE (0-1-0) 0 0 0 RECAP MADISON, Wis. -- Hannah Wilkinson scored twice in the first half, Milwaukee committed an own goal and Amy Neal and Gracie DeGooyer added goals in the second half as Tennessee opened the 2014-15 athletic year for Big Orange Nation with a 5-0 win over Milwaukee. Tennessee (1-0) enjoyed goals from Wilkinson in the eighth and 32nd minutes, a Milwaukee own goal in the 42nd minute, Neal’s goal in the 48th minute and a score by DeGooyer in the 70th minute. Sophomore Anna McClung had assists on Wilkinson’s second goal and Neal’s score. Junior goalkeeper Jamie Simmons earned her first Tennessee win and her first shutout as a Volunteer, making three saves along the way. The shutout was the 132nd in UT history. Tennessee’s five scores were its most since a 6-0 win at Mississippi State on Sept. 23, 2013. UT had a 12-10 advantage on shots in the game. UT’s five goals tied for its second-most in a season opener and its most since score five goals in the 2008 opener vs. Chattanooga. UT’s most goals in an opener came in a 7-0 win over Chattanooga in the first game in program history on Aug. 30, 1996. Tennessee also had five goals against Chattanooga in the 1998 opener. The Orange and White has scored three or more goals in all three of its season openers under Pensky (4-0 win vs. Samford in 2012, 3-1 win over Oklahoma in 2013). Tennessee was aggressive early on with several attacks in the first five minutes and strong possession. In the eighth minute, Wilkinson collected the ball off a UWM center back and ripped a shot to the right post for her first goal of the season. In the 32nd minute, Susan Ferguson played a ball forward to Anna McClung who found Wilkinson for a header score to the near post, giving Tennessee a 2-0 advantage. Carlyn Baldwin took a corner kick from the left side in the 42nd minute and the ball deflected off of Milwaukee’s Rachael Van Keulen, resulting in a UWM own goal and pushing UT’s lead to 3-0. Tennessee aggressive play early on was reflected in its 8-1 shot advantage in the first half. UT kept the offensive momentum going in the second half when Amy Neal headed in a cross from McClung in the 48th minute, scoring near the right post. Gracie DeGooyer broke past the goalkeeper in the 70th minute for a score near the right post. Cali Hutson set her up with beautiful ball played into the box from the left side. DeGooyer is the first UT freshman to score a goal since Amalie Thestrup scored in the 86th minute against Ole Miss on Oct. 4, 2013.

AUG. 24 | MADISON, WIS. | MCCLIMON COMPLEX (562)

RECAP MADISON, Wis. -- Sophomore Amy Neal scored an equalizer in the 63rd minute, but Tennessee fell to Wisconsin, 2-1, in overtime on Sunday after UW’s Kodee Williams knocked in the winner in the 92nd minute. Tennessee (1-1) had five shots to Wisconsin’s (2-0) 13. UT finished with four corner kicks to just one for UW. Jamie Simmons (1-1) made her second UT start in goal and made one save. Hannah Wilkinson had two shots in the loss. Wisconsin struck first in the 18th minute when Rose Lavelle fired a shot from the top of the box, low toward the right post for the first goal of the game. The goal was Lavelle’s first of the season. Tennessee came out of the gate with strong offensive pressure, attacking from both sides and holding possession through the first five minutes of the game. At the half, Wisconsin had five shots to UT’s two. Tennessee had six fouls to UW’s five at the break. UT had a good ball in in the 57th minute when Anna McClung sent a cross into the box from the far left side. Wilkinson sifted through traffic to get a header on it that went high. In the 63rd minute, Cheyenne Spade sent a high cross in from the left side and Neal scored on a header to the lower left post. The goal was Neal’s second score of the year. In the 92nd minute, Williams received a pass from Kinley McNicholl and booted the ball across the goal to the right post past a diving Simmons

AUG. 29 | KNOXVILLE, TENN. | REGAL STADIUM (1,691)

RECAP KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- No. 23 BYU posted a 1-0 victory in Tennessee’s home opener at Regal Soccer Stadium on Friday night before 1,691 fans. The Cougars secured their first win of the season, standing at 1-0-2. Tennessee falls to 1-2-0. Elena Madeiros scored the game’s lone goal in the 17th minute off a pass from Niki Fernandes. She finished off a feed moving from the right side and scoring inside the left post. BYU outshot Tennessee, 13-6. Cougars keepers Katherine Snyder (two saves) and Hannah Clark shared the shutout. Jamie Simmons made two saves for Tennessee. After the BYU goal, Tennessee came back with strong attack in the 19th minute when Anna McClung fired a shot off the right post. McClung had another shot in the 39th minute that was saved by Snyder. UT had two more good looks late in the second half. With 20 minutes left, Brittney Wade sent a nice ball low through the middle of the box that Amy Neal couldn’t settle for a shot. In the 85th minute, Hannah Wilkinson ripped a shot wide left.

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UT 56:35 Cheyenne Spade (Hannah Wilkinson) GOALS BY PERIOD TEAM 1 2 TOTAL TENNESSEE (2-2-0) 1 1 2 W. KENTUCKY (2-1-0) 0 0 0 RECAP BOWLING GREEN, Ky. --Hannah Wilkinson scored in the ninth minute, Cheyenne Spade headed in another goal in the 57th minute and Tennessee bounced back on Friday with a 2-0 road win over Western Kentucky. Tennessee (2-2-0) finished with a 16-7 edge on shots. UT was the first team this season to score a goal against Western Kentucky (2-1-0). Junior keeper Jamie Simmons (2-2-0) posted her second shutout of the season and tallied four saves in the win. In the ninth minute, Wilkinson received a ball from Spade from about 35 yards out and broke loose down the right side. From 10 yards out, she fired a low shot to the left post for her third score of the season and 16th of her career. At the half WKU had a 6-4 edge in shots and a 2-0 advantage on corner kicks. The Spade-Wilkinson combo teamed up again in the 57th minute when Wilkinson sent a ball in from the right side and Spade headed it in from close range for her first score of the season. The goal was the fifth of Spade’s career and her third as a Volunteer.

SEPT. 7 | KNOXVILLE, TENN. | REGAL SOCCER STADIUM

RECAP KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Kiah Allen scored on a free kick in the 32nd minute and Tennessee took a 1-0 win over Tulsa on Sunday at Regal Soccer Stadium. Tennessee (3-2-0) posted its third shutout of the season with the win. Tulsa (5-1-0) suffered its first loss of the season. UT keeper Jamie Simmons (3-2-0) made one save and posted her third shutout of the season. On a free kick in the 32nd minute, Allen, making her first career start, rocketed a shot that grazed the head of Tulsa’s Alexa Sidorakis in the wall and over goalkeeper Courtney McKeon for a score in the center of the goal. The goal was the first of Allen’s collegiate career. Tennessee had an 11-7 edge on shots and five corner kicks to Tulsa’s four. Tulsa fired the first shot of the game in the 10th minute when Madison Smith sent one wide. Hannah Wilkinson had a header in the middle of the box get blocked in the 14th minute and Tulsa keeper Courtney McKeon (2-1-0) made a save on a shot from Cheyenne Spade a few seconds later. Anna McClung had three shots and two on goal. In the 20th minute, McClung’s shot to the lower right post was stopped by McKeon. McKeon also turned away a shot by McClung in the 61st minute.

SEPT. 12 | CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. | KLÖCKNER STADIUM (2490)

UVa 56:57 Danielle Colaprico (Alexis Shaffer) GOALS BY PERIOD TEAM 1 2 TOTAL TENNESSEE (3-3-0) 1 0 1 VIRGINIA (6-0-0) 0 2 2 RECAP CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Hannah Wilkinson headed in a goal in the 10th minute and Tennessee led No. 2 Virginia at halftime, but UT came up short in a 2-1 loss after two second-half Cavalier goals on Friday. Tennessee (3-3-0) struck first in the 10th minute when Wilkinson headed in a goal near the right post off a beautiful free kick from Kiah Allen. Allen served the ball in from about five yards outside the box on the left side. Wilkinson and Amy Neal skied for the ball and Wilkinson found the back of the net for the fourth time this season and the 17th time in her career. Virginia (6-0-0) had a 23-10 advantage on shots in the game. Tennessee was called on 15 fouls compared to eight for the Cavaliers. In the 18th minute, Tennessee was called for a foul outside the left side of the box. On the free kick, UT was called for another foul in the box, giving UVa a penalty kick. Danielle Colaprico took the PK for the Cavaliers and sent a shot wide left. In the 20th minute, Tennessee goalkeeper Jamie Simmons made a great save diving to her right to turn away a shot by Kaili Torres. Simmons (3-3-0) made four saves in the loss. At the half, Virginia had 11 shots to Tennessee’s three and four corner kicks to UT’s three. Tennessee was called for eight fouls to UVa’s five fouls in the first half. Tennessee’s 1-0 lead marked the first time this season that Virginia had trailed in a game. UT was aggressive to start the second half as Anna McClung had a header go wide in the first minute out of the break. Virginia evened the game at 1-1 in the 50th minute when Kristen McNabb scored from the left side of the box. McNabb sent a ball to the right post, low on the ground past a diving Simmons. Brittany Ratcliffe had the assist. The Cavaliers pulled ahead in the 57th minute when Colaprico scored from the left side of the box, placing the ball near the right post. Alexis Shaffer was on the assist. UT had a good look at the goal in the 69th minute when Wilkinson broke loose down the left side, crossed the ball over to McClung to draw the keeper out and Carlyn Baldwin fired a shot from outside the box that went high. Simmons made some big saves in the second half, including an impressive stab to her right to poke away a liner from Colaprico in the 72nd minute. Ratcliff had a shot hit the crossbar seconds later. Tennessee’s best look at a late second-half goal came in the 76th minute when Wilkinson sent a cross in from the right side to Michele Christy, whose header was blocked inside the box. In the 77th minute, Wilkinson had a cross into the box to Cheyenne Spade, but the shot was wide right.

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SEPT. 14 | CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. | KLÖCKNER STADIUM (204) UT

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UT 56:35 Cheyenne Spade (Hannah Wilkinson) GOALS BY PERIOD TEAM 1 2 TOTAL RICHMOND (3-4-0) 1 0 1 TENNESSEE (4-3-0) 1 2 3 RECAP CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. --Anna McClung scored in the seventh and the 57th minutes and Aaran Parry rocketed in a goal in the 78th minute as Tennessee took a gritty 3-1 win over Richmond on Sunday. Tennessee (4-3-0) recorded its third multi-goal game of the year (all wins) and its third win my multiple scores. Richmond fell to 3-4-0. The Spiders had a 12-8 advantage on shots, but UT had a 6-5 edge in the second half. McClung, Hannah Wilkinson and Carlyn Baldwin were named to the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team. In the seventh minute, McClung dribbled the ball about 10 yards to the top of the 18 and fired a shot that hit the lower right post and bounced in for the first goal of her UT career. McClung is a sophomore transfer from Florida State and the goal was her first since scoring for the Seminoles against Pittsburgh on Oct. 13, 2013. Richmond evened the game at 1-1 in the 35th minute when Ashley Riefner ripped a shot from 25 yards out to the upper left corner. In the 52nd minute, Susan Ferguson stole the ball at midfield and sprinted up the field. Ferguson found McClung at the top of the 18 and, with two defenders draped on her, McClung whipped a shot to the far right post for her second score of the season. Tennessee had a nice look in the 61st minute when Cheyenne Spade connected with Wilkinson on a breakaway. Wilkinson took the ball to the left side of the box, breaking past two defenders and drawing goalkeeper Emily Kelly out. Kelly made a sliding deflection right at Wilkinson’s foot. Simmons came up with a spectacular save in the 72nd minute. With Richmond applying pressure, Emily Drummond connected on a ball served in for a header from 10 yards out and Simmons made a diving save to her left to deflect it. In the 78th minute, Michele Christy sent a ball in to the left side of the box, drawing the keeper out. Parry connected with the ball as it descended, firing a shot to the right side of the net for the first score of her Tennessee career.

2013 IN REVIEW

THE RECORD

2013 » SCHEDULE & RECORD OVERALL RECORD:

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„ THE SCHEDULE

Tennessee finished 2013 play with a record of 8-74, marking UT’s third-consecutive and 14th-overall winning season. The team notched three wins over ranked opponents, including triumphs over eventual conference champions Texas A&M (SEC champion) and UCF (Conference USA champion). Senior forward Caroline Brown and junior back Allie Sirna garnered All-SEC honors. Brown and senior back Caroline Capocaccia continued to shine in the classroom, earning Capital One Academic All-District 3

2013 » UT SOCCER HONORS TORI BAILEY NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention SEC Preseason Player to Watch List CAROLINE BROWN NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship NSCAA All-South Region Second Team Second Team All-SEC Capital One Academic All-America Second Team Capital One Academic All-District 3 NSCAA Scholar All-South Region First Team SEC Preseason Player to Watch List CAROLINE CAPOCACCIA NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention Capital One Academic All-District 3 JULIE ECKEL NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 2, 9/3) AMY NEAL TDS Midseason Women’s Freshmen Top 100: #97 ALLIE SIRNA Second Team All-SEC NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Second Team SEC Preseason Player to Watch List TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week, 2x, (Week 3, 9/9; Week 5, 9/24) CHEYENNE SPADE

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first-team accolades. Brown also garnered Cpaital One Academic All-America and NSCAA All-South Region honors and became the first UT soccer player to earn an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Brown and Sirna also earned NSCAA Scholar All-Region accolades. Senior midfielder Tori Bailey was recognized for her outstanding work in the community, earning SEC Community Service Team honors. The year started with a bang as Tennessee crushed Oklahoma, 3-1, in the season opener on Aug. 23. The win marked UT’s seventh-straight season-opening victory and Brown managed to score in a season opener for the fourth-consecutive year. Tennessee’s first match against a ranked opponent was Aug. 30 at then-No. 17 UCF. UT battled back from a 1-0 halftime deficit thanks to a pair of well-placed free kicks by junior Cheyenne Spade. Spade’s set pieces produced scores for senior Katie Lenz and junior Hannah Wilkinson and gave Tennessee one of its biggest wins of the year. The team’s win over the Knights sparked a four-match winning streak with consecutive 2-0 shutouts over James Madison, Dayton and Mercer. Wilkinson and junior goalkeeper Julie Eckel earned SEC weekly honors on Sept. 3 after Wilkinson scored the matchwinners against UCF and James Madison and Eckel made tremendous saves at UCF and shut down JMU. Wilkinson was also named the TopDrawerSoccer.com Player of the Week on Sept. 3. Spade was named to the CS360 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll for her assists against UCF. Following shutout wins over Dayton and Mercer, Sirna, the anchor of the back line, was named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week on Sept. 9. Over the course of the season, Sirna piled up numerous one-on-one disruptions and clears deep in the box to earn recognition as one of the elite individual defenders in the nation. UT opened SEC play in style with a 1-0 triumph over then-No. 20 Texas A&M on Sept. 20. Brown scored on a penalty kick in the 32nd minute and the Tennessee defense held strong against the Aggies. For the third year in a row, the Volunteers upset a ranked Aggie team. Sirna led the defense once again and earned TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week honors on Sept. 24. In a televised game at Alabama on Sept. 29, freshman Amy Neal enjoyed a breakout performance, sparking Tennessee in the second half with goals in the 54th and 63rd minutes. Despite Neal’s outstanding effort, the Crimson Tide came away with the win. Tennessee enjoyed a resounding 3-0 win over then-No. 25 and SEC Tournament semifinalist Ole Miss on Oct. 4. Brown netted the 15th match-winner of her illustrious career, tying the program record set by Kylee Rossi (2005-08).

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OPPONENT (TV) TIME/RESULT at Duke [EXHIBITION] L, 2-0 OKLAHOMA W, 3-1 at Samford L, 1-0 at No. 17 UCF W, 2-1 JAMES MADISON W, 2-0 DAYTON W, 2-0 at Mercer W, 2-0 at Middle Tennessee State L, 1-0 WESTERN KENTUCKY T, 0-0 2OT l No. 20 TEXAS A&M W, 1-0 l at LSU T, 1-1 2OT l at Alabama* L, 4-2 l No. 25 OLE MISS W, 3-0 l No. 17 SOUTH CAROLINA* L, 1-0 l at No. 16 Kentucky L, 4-1 l AUBURN T, 1-1 2OT l at Arkansas L, 2-1 l No. 7 Florida L, 3-0 l at Missouri T, 1-1, 2OT l at Vanderbilt W, 3-0

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On Oct. 31, Tennessee played its final match at Vanderbilt. Seniors Brown and Lenz scored goals in their final collegiate match to lead UT to a 3-0 win over the Commodores. Brown wrapped her Tennessee career ranked fifth in school history with 27 career goals. She also tied for fifth with 72 points and her 18 assists are the eighthmost by any UT player. As previously mentioned, her 15 match-winners are tied for the Tennessee record. Brown’s legacy as an outstanding all-around studentathlete will live on in the Caroline Brown Scholarship endowment, thanks to her parents Donna and David Brown. Eckel finished 2013 ranked second in Tennessee history with 254 career saves and 23 career shutouts. She also stands third in minutes in goal with 5683:20 and third in victories with 37. Her career goals-against average is 0.90. Eckel will enter 2014 with a chance to capture every Tennessee goalkeeping record. Sirna was the only Volunteer to play all 1,792 minutes of the season. She with long-overdue national recognition and SEC accolades to her name now, Sirna will be poised to have another sensational season leading the Tennessee defense in 2014. Playing in 16 matches, Wilkinson enjoyed another strong season. The junior forward had five goals and five assists despite seeing increased defensive focus on her after a 2012 All-American and All-SEC campaign. She scored the winners against UCF and JMU. Wilkinson will be ready for another strong season in 2014.

2013 MATCH SUMMARIES MATCH 1: OKLAHOMA Tennessee 3, Oklahoma 1 Aug. 23, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,524) UT 12:17 Tori Bailey (unassisted) OU 37:39 Devin Barrett (penalty kick) UT 44:37 Caroline Brown (Emily Morrow, Megan Erskine) UT 48:53 Cheyenne Spade (Hannah Wilkinson, Brittney Wade) MATCH 2: SAMFORD Samford 1, Tennessee 0 Aug. 25, 2013, in Birmingham, Ala. Samford Track and Soccer Stadium (826) SAM 9:20 Malcanisha Kelley (Jordan Johnson) MATCH 3: NO. 17 UCF Tennessee 2, No. 17 UCF 1 Aug. 30, 2013, in Orlando, Fla. UCF Soccer and Track Complex (450) UCF 20:48 Jennifer Martin (Sophie Howard) UT 53:21 Katie Lenz (Cheyenne Spade) UT 80:19 Hannah Wilkinson (Cheyenne Spade) MATCH 4: JAMES MADISON Tennessee 2, James Madison 0 Sept. 1, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (783) UT 3:21 Hannah Wilkinson (Cheyenne Spade) UT 76:35 Hannah Wilkinson (CC Cobb, Gabby Santorio) MATCH 5: DAYTON Tennessee 2, Dayton 0 Sept. 6, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,046) UT 14:14 Caroline Brown (Hannah Wilkinson, Gabby Santorio) UT 35:20 Hannah Wilkinson (Tori Bailey) MATCH 6: MERCER Tennessee 2, Mercer 0 Sept. 8, 2013, in Macon, Ga. Bear Field (471) UT 22:01 Tori Bailey (Hannah Wilkinson) UT 88:13 Hannah Wilkinson (penalty kick) MATCH 7: MIDDLE TENNESSEE Middle Tennessee 1, Tennessee 0 Sept. 13, 2013, in Murfreesboro, Tenn. MTSU Soccer & Track Stadium (926) MT 2:24 Emily Jorgenson (Amalie Anderdal) MATCH 8: WESTERN KENTUCKY Tennessee 0, Western Kentucky 0 2OT Sept. 15, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (875) -MATCH 9: NO. 20 TEXAS A&M Tennessee 1, No. 20 Texas A&M 0 Sept. 20, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,256) UT 31:46 Caroline Brown (penalty kick) MATCH 10: LSU Tennessee 1, LSU 1, 2 OT Sept. 27, 2013, in Baton Rouge, La. LSU Soccer Stadium (927) LSU 30:57 Emma Fletcher (unassisted) UT 63:14 Caroline Brown (Katie Lenz)

MATCH 11: ALABAMA Alabama 4, Tennessee 2 Sept. 29, 2013, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama Soccer Stadium (443) UA 5:34 Molly Atherton (Noelle Sanz) UA 28:39 Laura Lee Smith (penalty kick) UA 30:51 Pia Rijsdijk (Katie Bourgeois) UT 53:58 Amy Neal (CC Cobb) UT 62:37 Amy Neal (Tori Bailey, Caroline Brown) UA 69:32 Kendall Khanna (Auburn Mercer) MATCH 12: NO. 25 OLE MISS Tennessee 3, No. 25 Ole Miss 0 Oct. 4, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,735) UT 67:35 Caroline Brown (Katie Lenz) UT 76:46 CC Cobb (Aaran Parry) UT 85:12 Amalie Thestrup (Aaran Parry, Julie Eckel) MATCH 13: NO. 17 SOUTH CAROLINA No. 17 South Carolina 1, Tennessee 0, OT Oct. 6, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (968) SC 92:20 Raina Johnson (Elizabeth Sinclair) MATCH 14: NO. 16 KENTUCKY No. 16 Kentucky 4, Tennessee 1 Oct. 11, 2013, in Lexington, Ky. UK Soccer Complex (852) UK 7:38 Arin Gilliland (Caitlin Landis, Cara Ledman) UK 12:02 Caitlin Landis (Stuart Pope) UK 24:28 Arin Gilliland (Caitlin Landis, Zoe Swift) UK 39:27 Arin Gilliland (unassisted) UT 64:17 Caroline Brown (Hannah Wilkinson) MATCH 15: AUBURN Tennessee 1, Auburn 1 Oct. 18, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,133) AU 60:55 Casie Ramsier (Haley Gerken) UT 88:57 Katie Lenz (unassisted) MATCH 16: ARKANSAS Arkansas 2, Tennessee 1 Oct. 20, 2013, in Fayetteville, Ark. Razorback Field (736) UT 15:23 Caroline Brown (Hannah Wilkinson) AR 28:03 Ashleigh Ellenwood (Yvonne DesJarlais; Blake Pruitt) AR 87:27 Evan Palmer (Allie Tripp, Ashleigh Ellenwood) MATCH 17: NO. 7 FLORIDA Florida 3, Tennessee 1 Oct. 25, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Soccer Stadium (1,669) UF 45:39 Havana Solaun (penalty kick) UF 65:45 Havana Solaun (corner kick) UF 81:53 Savannah Jordan (Taylor Travis) MATCH 18: MISSOURI Tennessee 1, Missouri 1 Oct. 27, 2013, in Columbia, Mo. Walton Stadium (404) UT 60:29 Cheyenne Spade (Katie Lenz) MIZ 79:49 Candace Johnson (penalty kick)

MATCH 19: VANDERBILT Tennessee 3, Vanderbilt 0 Oct. 31, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn. VU Soccer Complex (336) UT 11:30 Vanderbilt OWN GOAL UT 49:24 Caroline Brown (Cheyenne Spade) UT 73:43 Katie Lenz (unassisted)

PLAYER NOTES

11

27

23

KIAH ALLEN

CARLYN BALDWIN

ANNA BIALCZAK

***2014 TRANSFER FROM UNC GREENSBORO***

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 1, 2x, last at No. 2 Virginia 9/12/14 SOG: N/A Min.: 91 at Wisconsin 8/24/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

2014 (FRESHMAN) • TDS Preseason Best XI - Freshman Team • Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team • Played full 90 min. in 3-1 win vs. Richmond (9/14) • Had one shot and played full 90 min vs. No. 2 UVa (9/12) • Played full 90 min. in 1-0 shutout vs Tulsa (9/9) • Recorded first shot of career at WKU (9/5) and contributed to shutout win • Played full 90 min. vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29) • Made first start of career vs. Wisconsin (8/24) and played the full 91 min • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22), playing 40 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the season

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL • Starred for the U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team in the 10 Nations Tournament in March 2014 in La Manga, Spain

D, 5-7, RS SO., KNOXVILLE, TENN.

M, 5-2, FR., OAKTON, VA.

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2 vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 Goals: 1 vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 Assists: 1 at No. 2 Virginia 9/12/14 Shots: 2 at The Citadel 10/6/13 (with UNCG) SOG: 1 vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 Min.: 90, 5x, last at No. 2 Virginia 9/12/14 2014 (RS SOPHOMORE) • Recorded first assist of career at No. 2 Virginia (9/12), setting Hannah Wilkinson up for a goal in the 10th minute. Also matched career high with 90 minutes. • Made first start of UT career and scored first goal of career vs. Tulsa (9/7), connecting on a free kick in the 32nd minute from outside the box. • Played 40 minutes off the bench and contributed to 2-0 shutout win at Western Kentucky (9/5) • Made Tennessee debut, playing 26 min off the bench vs. Milwaukee (8/22) and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the season 2013 (RS FR AT UNC GREENSBORO) • Played in 16 games with 14 starts for UNC Greensboro • Played mostly at defender helping UNCG post nine shutouts • Totaled 1,047 minutes of action in 2013 and finished with three shots • Played complete 90-minute games at Hawai’i (Aug. 23), at East Carolina (Aug. 30), Appalachian State (Sept. 26) and at Western Carolina (Sept. 29) • Limited opponents to two goals in her final four games 2012 (REDSHIRT AT UNC GREENSBORO) • Redshirted, did not see any game action PERSONAL • Plans to major in communications studies • Father earned his masters degree from Tennessee • Aspires to one day play soccer overseas • “It has always been a dream to play for my hometown.” • Enjoys country music • Parents are Robert and Heidi Allen • Has one sibling, Jeffre • Kiah Laurel Allen was born on March 23, 1993, in Knoxville, Tenn. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2013 16 13 0 0 0 3 2014 5 3 1 1 3 1 TOTAL 21 16 1 1 3 4

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 1.000 1 0-0 .250 1 0-0

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL • Was named to the U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team on July 17, 2014, and competed in the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup (Aug. 5-24) • Saw playing time off the bench in two FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup contests, entering in the 74th minute against Germany on Aug. 5, 2014, and then in the 62nd minute against China on Aug. 12, 2014 • Was one of three incoming collegiate freshmen to be named to the U.S. U-20 team • Saw action for the U.S. U-20 team in a 2-1 win over France on June 13, 2014 • Starred for the U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team in the 10 Nations Tournament in March 2013 in La Manga, Spain HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a standout midfielder for the Braddock Road Youth Club (BRYC) 95 Elite, helping her team win the 2012 U16 U.S. Youth Soccer national title, the 2013 U17 U.S. Youth Soccer national title, the 2012 and 2013 Virginia State Cup and the 2012 Region I championship • Ranked as the No. 4 Mid Atlantic player and the #37 player nationally, according to the Top Drawer Soccer IMG Academy 150 PERSONAL • Currently undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Maryland and Wake Forest • Sleeps in her uniform the night before a game • Parents are Steve and Darlene Baldwin • Has one older sibling, Taylor Baldwin • Carlyn Elizabeth Baldwin was born on March 17, 1996, in Reston, Va. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 7 6 0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 7 6 0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0

F/D, 5-5, FR., LUTHERVILLE, MD.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Helped lead McDonogh High School to three IAAM Championships • Was a NSCAA Fall High School Girls’ All-American in 2012 and 2013 and was also a two-time all-state, allconference and all-region selection • The Baltimore Sun named her its 2013 Player of the Year after she tallied 20 goals and 13 assists to lead McDonogh to the state title • Completed her four-year high school career with 55 goals and 25 assists • Also ran varsity winter track and played JV lacrosse at McDonogh • Played club ball for Maryland United FC • Ranked as the No. 5 Mid Atlantic player and the #45 player nationally, according to the Top Drawer Soccer IMG Academy 150 PERSONAL • Currently undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over James Madison • Favorite bands include O.A.R and Mumford & Sons • In high school, was in salsa club, step squad and FCA • Says her cousin is one of her biggest sports influences becuase he always attended her games and taught her new skills. Since his playing career ended, she plays for him. • Modeled her game after Mia Hamm early on, but currently looks up to USWNT legend Abby Wambach • Has a lucky hair-tie she wears every game • Parents are Chris and Colleen Bialczak • Has two younger siblings, Russell and Kate Bialczak • Anna Caroline Bialczak was born on March 14, 1996 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 -TOTAL --

PLAYER NOTES

12

7

10

SUZANNE CAPOCACCIA

MICHELE CHRISTY

CHRISTINE CREIGHTON

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 1, 2x, last vs. WKU 9/15/13 SOG: N/A Min.: 90, at Middle Tennessee 9/13/13

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: 1 vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Shots: 2, 3x, last at Arkansas 10/20/13 SOG: 1, 5x, last vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 Min.: 110, 2x, last at Missouri 10/27/13

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 15 at Wisconsin 8/24/14

2014 (JUNIOR) • Made season debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22), playing 30 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of 2014

2014 (SOPHOMORE) • Tallied first assist of career vs. Richmond (9/14), serving a ball in the box for Aaran Parry in the 78th min. • Recorded one shot on goal vs. Tulsa (9/7) and contributed to shutout win • Played 43 min off bench in shutout win vs. WKU (9/5) • Started and played 66 min vs. Wisconsin (Aug. 24) • Started and played 50 min vs. Milwaukee (Aug. 22), helping UT post its first shutout of the year

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Played four minutes off the bench at No. 2 Virginia (9/12) • Made career debut at Wisconsin (8/24), playing 15 min off the bench

M, 5-7, JR., MEMPHIS, TENN.

2013 (SOPHOMORE) • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Played 81 minutes in a 3-0 shutout at Vanderbilt (10/31) • Saw 18 minutes of action vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6) • Played 44 minutes and had one shot vs. WKU (9/15) • Played career-high 90 minutes at MTSU (9/13) • Played 59 minutes in 2-0 win at Mercer (9/8), including the entire second half • Played 51 minutes in 2-0 win vs. James Madison (9/1) • Played 15 minutes off bench at Samford (8/25) • Saw 12 minutes of action vs. Oklahoma (8/23) 2012 (FRESHMAN) • Played career-high 11 minutes off the bench in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Made her Lady Vol debut in season opener against Samford (8/17) • Played 7 minutes at WKU (8/19) PERSONAL • Graduated high school summa cum laude • Was member of National Honors Society, English Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and Spanish Honor Society • Won Saint Agnes Academy’s Scholar Athlete Award • Older sister is UT soccer alum Caoline Capocaccia. Younger sister is Ole Miss soccer player Melissa Capocaccia • Parents are Sarah and Robert Capocaccia • Suzanne Marie Capocaccia born on Oct. 22, 1993 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2012 3 0 0 0 0 0 2013 11 2 0 0 0 2 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 15 2 0 0 0 2

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

M, 5-5, SO., LOVELAND, OHIO

M/F, 5-9, FR., HAVERHILL, FLA.

2013 (FRESHMAN) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Played career-high 110 minutes in 1-1 tie vs. Auburn (10/18) • Took three shots in 61 minutes at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played 74 minutes vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6) • Played 75 minutes vs. No. 20 Ole Miss (10/4) • Had one shot on goal in loss at Alabama (9/29) • Made a huge defensive save at LSU (9/27) in the 110th minute, heading away a ball with her back near the goal line on an open net. • Saw 90 minutes in shutout vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Recorded two shots in win vs. Dayton (9/6) • Played 85 minutes at No. 17 UCF (8/30) and recorded first shot-on-goal • Made first start of career in season opener vs. Oklahoma (8/23), playing 78 minutes and firing first shot of career PERSONAL • Plans to major in biomedical engineering • Chose Tennessee over Dayton, Purdue and Michigan State • Has lucky socks, shoes, hairbands, shorts, shirts, etc. • Enjoys country music and favorite musician is Luke Bryan • Parents are Mark and Denise Christy • Has one older brother, Michael • Michele N. Christy was born on Feb. 28, 1995, in Cincinnati, Ohio CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts 2013 18 15 0 0 0 2014 7 4 0 1 1 TOTAL 25 19 0 1 1

Shots 16 4 20

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was the Florida Athletic Coaches Association 2013 Player of the Year after scoring 34 goals as a senior in 2013 with Oxbridge Academy of The Palm Beaches • Helped lead Oxbridge Academy to an 18-0 record and district title in 2013 • Had a hat trick during the first 15 minutes of a 2013 regional semifinal match • Earned all-county honors in 2011 (second team), 2012 and 2013 (first team for both) • Was a three-time all-county honoree and played for the Florida and Region III Olympic Development Program in 2012 • Finished her high school career with 100 goals and 45 assists and played both forward and center midfielder • Won the Disney Soccer Showcase championship in 2011 with her club team FC Florida • Also played club ball for Mako Soccer Club, MagicJack Soccer Club and the Albion Hurricanes (Texas) • With the Albion Hurricanes, scored three goals in four games in the June 2013 ECNL Colorado Tournament and also compete din the March 2013 ECNL PDA Tourament in New Jersey • Played on the Region 3 Team (Costa Rica) in Feb. 2012 and scored goals PERSONAL • Intends to major in elementary education • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Fla.), Virginia and Dartmouth • Aspires to become an administrator in elementary education and an author • In high school, was a member of the National Honor Society and the National Spanish Honor Society and earned several academic accolades, such as Highest Achievement Awards in Algebra 1, Spanish, Human Geography and English IB • Says her father is her biggest sports influence as he taught her everything about soccer, including her skills and soccer techniques. He also taught her about maturity, having a strong character and being secure in who she is. • Models her game after Cristiano Ronaldo because she is also tall and fast. She learned how to take free kicks that mirror Ronaldo’s style. • Favorite band is Jesus Culture • Parents are Sherman and Henrietta Creighton • Has one older brother, Joshua, and five younger siblings - Cayla, Caleb, Charlene, Jeremiah, Joseph • Christine Joy Creighton was born on March 22, 1997, in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

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8

9

36

KATHRYN CULHANE

GRACIE DEGOOYER

MADISON DEL DUCA

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 1, 2x, last vs. Tulsa 9/7/14 SOG: N/A Min.: 45 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Goals: 1 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Assists: N/A Shots: 1 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 SOG: 1 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Min.: 36, 2x, last at WKU 9/5/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

2014 (RS FRESHMAN) • Played 33 min vs. Richmond (9/14) • Saw 33 min of action vs. WKU (9/5), recorded first shot of career and contributed to the shutout win • Played 41 min off the bench vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29) • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22), playing 45 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the season

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Matched career-high with 36 min at WKU (9/5) • Played career-high 36 min vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29) • Played 14 min off the bench vs. Wisconsin (Aug. 24) • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (Aug. 22), scored first goal of career in the 70th minute and saw 29 min of action off the bench

2014 (FRESHMAN)

D/M, 5-8, RS FR., KNOXVILLE, TENN.

2013 (REDSHIRT) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Redshirted, did not see any game action HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year letterwinner and one-year starter for Knoxville Catholic High School • Named rookie of the year as a freshman and as a sophomore was team MVP and earned All-KIL first team and all-region honors • Sat out her junior season due to an injury, but came back strong as a senior, earning all-state and All-KIL first team honors. • Was also named the MVP of her region, district and team as a senior • Played club soccer for FC Alliance, serving as a team captain for four years and making the state finals from 2008-12 • In 2011, her FC Alliance team was the state champion and the Las Vegas champion • In 2012, she helped lead FC Alliance to another Las Vegas championship and a Disney championship PERSONAL • Plans to major in engineering • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Ohio), Western Kentucky, Penn • Favorite band is The Beatles • Favorite vacation destination is the Cayman Islands • Hobbies include painting, drawing and camping • Parents are Wayne Eberenz and Donna Culhane • Has one older sister, Molly • Kathryn Helen Culhane was born on Dec. 5, 1994, in Durham, N.C. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 5 0 0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 5 0 0 0 0 2 .000 0 0-0

D/F, 5-11, FR., ASHBURN, VA.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a two-time all-district player at Stone Bridge High School, helping lead her team to a 2012 regional title and a 2013 district championship • Tallied 15 career assists while playing outside back, outside midfielder, outside forward and center midfielder in each of her first three seasons • Played club ball for the McLean 96 Force ECNL, winning the Virginia State Cup championship with the MPS 96 Force Green and winning the 2013 ECNL MidAtlantic Conference crown • Has also played in numerous ODP national tournaments, and is currently a member of the USYS Region I Pool. • Along with future UT teammate Meghan Flynn, she was voted as one of eleven “Standout Performers” at the 2013 Mid-Atlantic ECNL PDP Event PERSONAL • Currently undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Fla.), Clemson and Syracuse • Was an academic standout in high school, earning academic honor roll and athletic honor roll accolades • Says her mother has been her biggest sports influence as she has driven her to excel in fitness and in sports • Models her game after Mia Hamm - “Her work ethic still resonates with me.” • Plays the guitar • Favorite musician is Tyalor Swift • Father is John G. DeGooyer and mother is Pana F. DeGooyer • Has one older sister, Catherine Danielle “Dani” DeGooyer • Sara Grace DeGooyer was born on Aug. 20, 1996, in Silver Spring, Md. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 7 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 0 0-0 TOTAL 7 0 1 0 2 1 1.000 0 0-0

F, 5-3, RS FR., PALM HARBOR, FLA.

2013 (REDSHIRT) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Redshirted, did not see any game action HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a four-year letterwinner in both soccer and track & field and was a soccer captain as a junior and a senior • She set the East Lake High School record for goals at 79 and also posted 31 assists • As a senior, she was named the Tampa Bay Times AllPinellas County Girls Soccer Player of the Year, tying for the county lead with 32 goals to go with 11 assists • Led East Lake to the Class 5A state semifinals as a senior • Garnered all-county honors each year • As a junior: 21 goals, 9 assists and led her team to regional and district titles • As a sophomore: 15 goals, 5 assists • As a freshman: 11 goals, 6 assists • Played club soccer for HC United and the Tampa Bay United • Led the Tampa Bay United to the State Cup Elite 8 I 2011 and 2012 • Was also a member of the ODP state team from 2008-10 • As a track athlete, was a regional finalist in the 100m hurdles, 100m dash, long jump and 4x100m relay PERSONAL • Undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Mississippi State, USF and Pittsburgh • Enjoys swimming, going to the beach and spending time with family • Was involved in student government in high school and made the honor roll each year • Parents are Mike and Holly Del Duca • Has one younger brother, Michael • Madison Lynn Del Duca was born on April 4, 1995, in Whittier, Calif. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 -TOTAL --

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20

JULIE ECKEL

SUSAN FERGUSON

MEGHAN FLYNN

CAREER HIGHS Saves: 11, at Texas A&M 10/19/12 Min: 110, 7x, at Missouri 10/27/13

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2, at Kennesaw State 8/31/12 Goals: 1, at Kennesaw State 8/31/12 Assists: 1, 3x, last vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Shots: 4, vs. Western Kentucky 9/15/13 SOG: 2, 3x, last vs. Western Kentucky 9/15/13 Min.: 110, vs. Auburn 10/18/13

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: N/A

2014 (JUNIOR) • Had assist on Anna McClung’s game-winner in 52nd minute vs. Richmond (9/14) • Played 82 min and recorded one shot vs. Tulsa (9/7), contributing to shutout win • Played 47 min vs. WKU (9/5), contributing to shutout win • Played full 90 min. vs. No. 23 BYU • Played season-high 91 min at Wisconsin (8/24) • Recorded second career assist, helping with Hannah Wilkinson’s goal in the 32nd minute vs. Milwaukee (8/22)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Helped lead Yorktown High School to three-straight National District titles from 2011-13 • Enjoyed prolific scoring season as a junior in 2013 (season in the spring), posting 30 goals and 18 assists and earning the National District Player of the Year and Washington Post All-Met First Team, All-Northern Region First Team, Virginia All-State Second Team and National District First Team honors • Totaled 54 goals and 31 assists through the first three years of high school career • Was also an accomplished track athlete, qualifying for state competition in the high jump in 2013 • Played club soccer for McLean u18 ECNL • Along with future teammate Gracie DeGooyer, she was voted as one of eleven “Standout Performers” at the 2013 Mid-Atlantic ECNL PDP Event.

GK, 5-6, SR., CORDOVA, TENN.

M/D, 5-6, JR., ARLINGTON, VA.

2013 (JUNIOR) • NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Shut out No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4) and had one assist • With 2 saves at Alabama (9/29), tied Vanessa PhillipsBosshart for third most saves in UT history (227) • Played 110 minutes in tie vs. Auburn (10/18) • Shut out No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4) and had one assist • With 2 saves at Alabama (9/29), tied Vanessa PhillipsBosshart for third most saves in UT history (227) • Had eight saves in 110 minutes in 1-1 tie at LSU (9/27) • Made four saves in fifth shutout of year vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Recorded 21st shutout of career vs. WKU (9/15) • Tallied six saves in shutout win vs. Dayton (9/6) and recorded nine saves in shutout win at Mercer (9/8) • SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 3) • Recorded 32nd career win to take sole possession of third place on UT’s all-time list with win vs. JMU (9/1). Win also marked 18th shutout of career and first of season • Tied Jaimel Johnson (2005-08) for third place on alltime wins list with 31st victory at No. 17 UCF (8/30). Also had six saves to push career total to 191 and move to sixth place on Tennessee’s all-time list • Started vs. OU and made eight saves to earn the win, the 30th of her career. She is the fourth UT goalkeeper to reach the 30-win mark. 2012 (SOPHOMORE) • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • CollegeSoccer360.com National Primetime Player of the Week (Oct. 23) • Soccer News Net Women’s College Player of the Week (Oct. 23) • SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22) • SEC Preseason Player to Watch List • Had an outstanding sophomore season, playing in 22 matches with 21 starts in goal and posting a 0.70 GAA with 71 saves and nine solo shutouts. • Posted nine complete shutouts on the season, shutting down Samford, William & Mary, VCU, Cal State Northridge, Missouri, South Carolina, Auburn, Texas A&M, Auburn • Played a career-high 110 minutes at Cal State Northridge (9/7) 2011 (FRESHMAN) • SEC All-Freshman Team • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Enjoyed a breakout freshman season, starting all 22 games and posting eight solo shutouts with a 0.94 GAA and 105 saves PERSONAL • Majoring in finance • Won the USA Triathlon National Female Championship at age 10 on Sept. 8, 2002, in Sacramento, Calif. • Won the Iron Kids Triathlon as part of its National Championship Series at ages seven, eight and 10 (runnerup at age nine) • Intends to get back into triathlon training following the completion of her collegiate playing career • Her parents are Lance and Becky Eckel • Julie Nicole Eckel was born Nov. 11, 1992, in Wichita, Kan. CAREER STATS GP GS Min. GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T 2011 22 22 2004:37 21 0.94 105 .833 15-7-0 2012 22 21 1938:23 15 0.70 71 .826 14-5-3 2013 19 18 1740:20 21 1.09 78 .788 8-7-4

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Sho 8 9 6

F/D, 5-8, FR., ARLINGTON, VA.

2013 (SOPHOMORE) • Played career-high 110 minutes vs. Auburn (10/18) • Played full 90 minutes at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played 90 minutes in fifth shutout of the season vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Recorded 69 minutes in win vs. Dayton (9/6) • Saw 62 minutes of action vs. JMU (9/1) and matched career high with two shots on goal • Made first start of season and fourth of career at No. 17 UCF (8/30), playing 63 minutes and recording one shot on goal • Played 41 minutes off bench in season-opening win vs. Oklahoma (8/23) 2012 (FRESHMAN) • Played career-high 65 minutes in NCAA First Round loss to Miami (Ohio) (11/11) • Contributed off the bench during UT’s 3-2 win over Georgia on Senior Night (10/25) • Made her first career start for the Lady Vols against LSU (10/14) • Played significant minutes (54) in UT’s 3-2 ovetime victory over LSU (10/14) • Set career highs with three shots and two shots on goal vs. Alabama (9/14) • Scored first goal of career in the 38th minute of 2-0 win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Contributed off the bench for the Lady Vols against VCU (8/26) • Saw action against Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19) • Played a season high 57 minutes at Miss. State (9/23) PERSONAL • Plans to major in business administration (logistics) • Was an honor roll student as a junior and a senior in high school • U.S. women’s national team member Tobin Heath is a family friend • Favorite athlete is Tom Brady • Has one older brother, William Ferguson • Parents are Edward and ElsPeth Ferguson • Susan Loring Ferguson was born on Aug. 26, 1994 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2012 21 3 1 1 3 14 2013 17 15 0 0 0 17 2014 7 6 0 2 2 3 TOTAL 45 24 1 3 5 34

Shot% GW PK-Att .071 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .029 0 0-0

PERSONAL • Currently undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Virginia, Villanova and Miami (Fla.) • Was a four-year honor roll student and National Honor Society member in high school • Says her father has been her biggest sports influence as he motivates her to work hard and continue to improve her game. He has always supported her and invests a lot of his time to help her develop her skills. • Models her game after Alex Morgan • Favorite athlete is Tom Brady and favorite actor is Mark Wahlberg • Favorite musicians include Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen and Dierks Bentley • Parents are Chris and Debby Flynn • Has two younger sisters, Lauren and Moira • Meghan A. Flynn was born on March 10, 1996, in Arlington, Va. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 -TOTAL --

PLAYER NOTES

25

15

13

COLLEEN GAWKINS

CALI HUTSON

JOSIE JENNINGS

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 2 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 SOG: N/A Min.: 38 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 1 vs. Milwaukee, 8/22/14 Goals: N/A Assists: 1 vs. Milwaukee, 8/22/14 Shots: 3, 2x, last at Missouri, 10/27/13 SOG: 1, 2x, last at Kentucky 10/11/13 Min.: 46, vs. WKU 9/15/13

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 90, 2x, last at No. 2 Virginia 9/12/14

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Played 31 min at WKU (9/5), recording one shot and contributing to shutout win • Played four minutes off the bench vs. Wisconsin (8/24) • Made career debut and fired two shots vs. Milwaukee (8/22) while playing 38 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the year

2014 (SOPHOMORE) • Played season-high 29 min at WKU (9/5) and recorded one shot • Recorded first assist of career vs. Milwaukee (8/22), serving a ball into the box from the left side on Gracie DeGooyer’s 70th min score

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Played full 90 min at No. 2 Virginia (9/12) • Played full 90 min vs. Tulsa (9/7), contributing to shutout win • Made first start of career at WKU (9/5), playing 68 min and contributing to shutout win • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22) while playing 33 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the year

D/F, 5-8, FR., HAYMARKET, VA.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • As team captain in 2014, led Battlefield High School to District, Region, and a VA 6A State Title with undefeated 23-0 record • NSCAA 2014 High School Girls Soccer All-American and 2 time NSCAA All-region 1st Team • All-District POY (2 time), All-Region, All-State, and Washington Post All-Met 1st Team • Led All-Met in scoring with a career high 33 goals, 7 assists in 2014 • Set school record with 92 goals and 43 assists over four-year career • In 2013 she was named an ESR Spring Girls Soccer Third Team All-American, an NSCAA All-Region selection, the all-district and all-region Player of the year and an allstate and All-Met honoree • As a junior, posted 28 goals and 13 assists • Also had a lot of success with her club teams, helping NVSC JR Majestics to the 2010 USYS Super-Y national title, PWSI Courage Gold to the Region I Premier League championship and VA ODP to a 2012 national finalist finish PERSONAL • Currently undecided on major • Chose Tennessee over Georgetown, Virginia Tech and NC State • Graduated high school as an advanced diploma graduate and was a three-time academic letterwinner (2011, 2013, 2014) • Says Ken Krieger was her biggest sports influence because he drove her to achieve her best with hard work, determination and high standards • Models her game after Heather O’Reilly • Favorite athlete is muscian is John Mayer • Favorite vacation destination is Nice, France • Soccer supersition: Must have her favorite sports drink on game days and watch game film the night before the game. Also in warm-ups, must have the last shot on goal (and make it) before the team is called off the field. • Parents are Patrick and Diane Gawkins • Has one older sister, MaryCate • Colleen Maria Gawkins was born on Feb. 21, 1996, in Fort Hood, Texas CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 6 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 6 0 0 0 0 3 .000 0 0-0

M/F, 5-1, SO., FAIRFAX, VA.

D, 5-7, FR., KNOXVILLE, TENN.

2013 (FRESHMAN) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Played 44 minutes with 3 shots vs. No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played 20 minutes vs. No. 17 USC (10/6) • Saw 24 minutes of action vs. No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4) • Saw 24 minutes of action at LSU (9/27) • Played 29 minutes in win vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Set three career-highs in 0-0 tie with WKU (9/15), highs in minutes, shots, and shots-on-goal • Recorded 38 minutes in win at Mercer (9/6) • Played 14 minutes vs. James Madison (9/1) • Saw two minutes of action at Samford (8/25) • Played 11 minutes in career debut vs. Oklahoma (8/23) PERSONAL • Intends to major in kinesiology and special education • Chose Tennessee over James Madison, George Mason and Miami • Has served as a peer mentor for students with disabilities and volunteer at INOVA Fairfax Hospital • Is related to Dennis Hutson, a football player at James Madison • Enjoys diving, running track and singing • Parents are Dennis and Pam Hutson • Has two younger siblings: Caleb Hutson and Chase Hutson • Cali T. Hutson was born on July 14, 1995, in Arlingotn, Va. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2013 18 1 0 0 0 9 2014 4 0 0 1 1 1 TOTAL 22 1 0 1 1 10

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was named the Tennessee Gatorade Girls 2013 Fall Soccer Player of the Year and was a finalist for the Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year • Was a lockdown defender at Farragut who garnered 2013 NSCAA Fall High School Girls’ All-American honors for her outstanding play • Knoxville native helped make Farragut High School a soccer power in Tennessee, winning district and regional championships from 2011-13 • Was a three-time all-state selection also earned District 4-AAA MVP honors in 2013 and was the District 4-AAA Defender of the Year in 2011 and 2012 • Helped lead Farragut to a state semifinalist finish in 2013 • Also skilled around the net, scored six goals and tallied eight assists from the center back position over four years with Farragut • Helped FC Alliance 96 Black to the 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Tennessee state title and the 2011 and 2013 Disney Showcase championships PERSONAL • Plans to be a pre-pharmacy student • Chose Tennessee over Samford, MTSU and Belmont • Was a four-year honor roll student at Farragut • Looked up to and modeled her game after the 1999 U.S. Women’s World Cup Championship team, especially Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Julie Foudy, Michelle Akers and Brandi Chastain. Admired that team because the World Cup victory showed that women’s soccer can be a dominant sport in the U.S. • Plays the piano and the clarinet • Favorite band is Imagine Dragons • Soccer supersition: Before the first game of the season, she listens to a playlist of songs. If she does well, she listens to those songs before every game the rest of the season. • Parents are Phillip Jennings and Jenifer Jennings and both are UT graduates • Has one older sister, Julia Jennings • Josephine Leigh Jennings was born on April 12, 1996, in Salt Lake City, Utah CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 5 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 5 4 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

PLAYER NOTES

3

5

29

ASHLEY JOLLY

OLIVIA KNOX

ARIEL KUPRITZ

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 11 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 6 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14

***2014 TRANSFER FROM MIAMI (FLA.)***

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22) while playing 11 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the year

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22) while playing six min off the bench

M, 5-2, FR. HICKORY, N.C.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Enrolled in Tennessee in the spring of 2014 and took part in UT’s spring exhibition play • Was a strong defensive midfielder with offensive skills as well, tallying 24 goals and 22 assists over her threeyear high school career • Earned all-state honors and conference defensive player of the year accolades as a junior midfielder at Fred T. Foard High School in 2013 after totaling eight goals and six assists • Was her conference’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2013 and was team MVP in each of her three seasons • Also received all-region and all-conference honors for the third-straight year in 2013 • Was a two-year team captain with Lake Norman Soccer Club-95 Eclipse and led the team to the 2013 Atlantic Soccer League (ASL) Regional Championship PERSONAL • Plans to major in kinesiology • Chose Tennessee over East Carolina and UNCWilmington • Plans to pursue a degree as a physician’s assistant • Favorite vacation destination is the beach • Parents are Robert and Miriam Jolly • Has one older sister, Lauren Jolly • Ashley Marie Jolly was born on Nov. 14 ,1995, in Hickory, N.C. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

F, 5-4, FR., CENTENNIAL, COLO.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Starred on both the soccer field and on the track for Regis Jesuit High School • Totaled 15 goals and nine assists over two years of high school soccer, playing at both forward and midfield • Was Team MVP in 2011 and 2012 and earned 5A Continental All-League honors in 2011 and 2012 • Was an ODP State Team pick attended the Region IV camp from 2008-11 and helped her club team, the Colorado Storm, to a State Cup title in 2007 and a finalist finish in 2010 • Also played club ball for REAL Colorado • Was a short-distance track runner, competing in the 100m, 200m and 400m events • In 2013, her 4x200 relay team took seventh in the state with a time of 1:42.01 PERSONAL • Plans to major in business administration • Chose Tennessee over Denver, Oklahoma and Jacksonville • Athlete she has modeled herself after is Mia Hamm because of her hard work, never giving up and dedication to the game • Earned academic honors at Battlefield in each of her last three years (2010-11 through 2013-14) • Favorite musician is Tracy Chapman • Always ties her right cleat before her left • Parents are John and Juliet Knox • Has one older brother, Logan Knox, who plays baseball at Regis University • Grandfather, Bill Knox, played baseball at Oklahoma and was in the Boston Red Sox minor league system • Olivia Juliet Knox was born on April 8, 1996, in Fort Smith, Ark. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

F, 5-8, SO., MARYVILLE, TENN.

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: 1 vs. Wake Forest 9/15/13 (with Miami (Fla.)) SOG: N/A Min.: 25 minutes vs. Jacksonville 8/25/13 (with Miami (Fla.)) 2013 (FRESHMAN AT MIAMI (FLA.)) • Saw action in eight contests as a freshman with the Hurricanes in 2013 and played a career-high 25 minutes against Jacksonville • Recorded first career shot against Wake Forest (Sept. 15) • Made the Dean’s List at the University of Miami Business Department with a 4.0 in business school for both semesters attended • Transferred to Tennessee in the spring of 2014 after playing her 2013 freshman season at Miami (Fla.) HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Ranked as No. 78 senior nationwide by TopDrawerSoccer.com coming out of high school • At Maryville High School, she scored 66 goals and totaled 12 assists in just two seasons of play and earned all-conference and all-state honors both years • Also ran track at Maryville • Played club ball for Brentwood Soccer Club (Nashville) from 2008-11 and Gwinnett Soccer Association (Atlanta) from 2011-12 and led Brentwood to three state championships and a regional final • Also played four years of club soccer with Blount United • Competed on the Tennessee ODP state team from 2006-12 and was on the ODP Region III Pool from 2008-11 • Made the Region team from 2009-11 and was selected for two national team camps PERSONAL • Plans to major in business • Intends to one day study abroad and go into international business • Enjoys horseback riding • Biggest thrill ever in soccer was playing in Germany and France and scoring a winning goal at the last game of a tournament • Favorite soccer player is Lionel Messi • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Fla.), Clemson, NC State and Duke • Parents are Garth and Virginia Kupritz • Mother Virginia is a professor at the University of Tennessee and Dean of the Communications Department • Father Garth played soccer at San Diego State and is her biggest soccer influence • Older sister Genevieve runs track at ETSU • Ariel Terry Kupritz was born on June 22, 1995, in Knoxville, Tenn. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 8 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0 2014 -TOTAL 8 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0-0

PLAYER NOTES

77

37

4

AMANDA MCCLANAHAN

ANNA MCCLUNG

MACKENZIE MOORE

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 11 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14

***2014 TRANSFER FROM FLORIDA STATE***

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 17, at Kennesaw State 8/31/12

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22) while playing 11 min off the bench

2014 (SOPHOMORE) • Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team • Scored two goals, including game-winner, vs. Richmond (9/14) • Tallied 3 shots, 2 SOG over 66 min vs. Tulsa (9/7) • Set new career highs with 4 shots, 2 SOG, 74 min played vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29) • Set new career high with 66 min vs. Wisconsin (8/24) and also recorded first shot on goal of career • Registered first two assists of career vs. Milwaukee (8/22), helping with Hannah Wilkinson’s goal in the 32nd minute and Amy Neal’s goal in the 47th min • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22) and second start of her career, playing 45 min (more than any of her games at FSU (40 min was prev. career best) 2013 (FRESHMAN AT FLORIDA STATE) • Made 25 appearances with one start, two goals and four points in her one season at Florida State • Tallied over 500 minutes on the pitch in 2013 recording over 10 minutes a game 20 times • Saw action in all three matches of the ACC Tournament in FSU’s run to its 2013 ACC Championship and national runner-up finish • Played a season-high 40 minutes in a win over Pittsburgh (10/13) • Found the back of the net against Pitt in the 40th minute breaking a scoreless tie to register her first career game-winning goal. FSU won, 4-0. • Earned her first collegiate start at Syracuse (10/10) playing 28 minutes and registering a shot • First collegiate goal came against Miami (9/26) scoring in the 38th minute to give FSU a three-goal advantage en route to a 4-0 victory • Made her college debut in the 2013 FSU season opener against Oregon State (8/23) and played 19 minutes NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL • Member of the U.S. U-18 Women’s Nat Team (2011-12) • 2013 U.S. U-20 Women’s National Team Player Pool HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was one of the nation’s elite recruits coming out of high school in 2013 - was rated as the nation’s No. 3 overall recruit and No. 1 forward in 2013 by Top Drawer Soccer • Was also in the Player Pool for the U.S. U20 Women’s National Team • Named a 2012 NSCAA High School All-American and a 2011 ESPN RISE First team All-American • Was a three-time first-team all-state honoree (2010-12) and a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year (2011, 2012) • Holds the Virginia high school records in career goals (215), goals in a season (88), career points (462), points in a season (192) and career hat tricks (33) • Led the nation in goals in 2012, scoring 88. McClung was also fourth in the nation in 2011 with 62 goals and second in 2010 with 65 scores PERSONAL • Plans to major in public relations • Hopes to become an event planner • Aspires to one day play for the U.S. Women’s National team and play professionally • Biggest thrill: wearing the U.S. crest and starting for the U.S. 18-8 National Team • Chose Tennessee over Ole Miss, Alabama and Kentucky • Mother Virginia is a professor at the University of Tennessee and Dean of the Communications Department • Has one younger sibling, Mac McClung • Anna Kay McClung was born on Nov. 9, 1994, in Kingsport, Tenn. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2013 25 1 2 0 4 20 .100 1 0-0 2014 7 7 2 2 6 14 .143 0 0-0 TOTAL 32 8 4 2 10 34 .118 1 0-0

F, 5-3, FR., OMAHA, NEB.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was a 2014 Tennessee spring enrollee • Earned all-state and all-metro honors as a junior in 2013 at Papillion-La Vista South • Helped lead her team to the 2012 district, metro and state titles • In 2011, helped lead team to metro and district championships • Had a lot of success at the club level, helping lead Elite Girls Academy to the 2013 U.S. Club Soccer National Premier League championship, the Mid West Regional League U16 title and the Nebraska State U16 Cup title • Also won the GSI College Showcase championship with Elite Girls Academy in 2011 PERSONAL • Plans to major in nursing • Aspires to be a nurse anesthetist • Chose Tennessee over DePaul and Iowa State • Athlete she has modeled herself after is Megan Rapinoe • Was named to academic honor roll and studentathlete honor roll all four years and a member of the National Honor Society at Papillion-La Vista South • Biggest sports influence: U.S. Women’s National Team winning the 1999 World Cup. That title taught her to strive to make all her dreams come true, no matter how big or small. • Enjoys country music • Parents are Shane and Theresa McClanahan • Has one twin sister, Megan, and one younger brother Michael • Amanda Shay McClanahan was born on Sept. 13, 1996, in Omaha, Neb. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

F, 5-11, SO., GATE CITY, VA.

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 4 vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Goals: 2 vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Assists: 2 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Shots: 4 , 2x, last vs. #23 BYU 8/29/14 SOG: 2 vs. #23 BYU 8/29/14 Min.: 74 vs. #23 BYU 8/29/14

M, 5-8, JR., FRANKLIN, TENN.

2014 (JUNIOR) • Made season debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22), playing 11 min off the bench and contributing to UT’s first shutout of the season 2013 (SOPHOMORE) • Did not see any game action in 2013 2012 (FRESHMAN) • Played a career-high 17 minutes off the bench in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Saw action in both of UT’s opening games against Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19) PERSONAL • Was an honor roll student as a junior and a senior in high school • Favorite soccer player is Mia Hamm • Step-grandfather ran track in the Olympics • Has three siblings, Hunter, Beau-Gabriel and Dawson • Parents are Brian and CeCe Moore • Mackenzie Anne Moore was born on July 2, 1994 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2012 5 0 0 0 0 0 2013 0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 6 0 0 0 0 0

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

PLAYER NOTES

18

21

14

EMILY MORROW

MEAGHAN MULLIGAN

AMY NEAL

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 1, vs. Oklahoma 8/23/13 Goals: N/A Assists: 1, vs. Oklahoma 8/23/13 Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 57 vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 26, 2x, last vs. #23 BYU 8/29/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 4, at Alabama 9/29/13 Goals: 2, at Alabama 9/29/13 Assists: N/A Shots: 5 at Western Kentucky 9/7/14 SOG: 3, vs. James Madison 9/1/13 Min.: 72, vs. No. 20 Texas A&M 9/20/13

2014 (SOPHOMORE) • Made first career start vs. Milwaukee (8/22), played career-high 57 min and contributed to UT’s first shutout of the season

2014 (FRESHMAN) • Played 13 min at WKU (9/5), contributing to shutout win • Matched career high with 26 min vs No. 23 BYU (8/29) • Played 25 min off the bench vs. Wisconsin (8/24) • Made career debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22), playing 26 min and contribing to UT’s first shutout of the season

2014 (SOPHOMORE) • Took career-high 5 shots with 2 SOG at WKU (9/7) • Scored equalizer in the 63rd minute at Wisconsin (8/24) • Scored in 47th minute in season debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22) on a header to the far post

D, 5-4, SO., ARGYLE, TEXAS

M, 5-4, FR., FREEHOLD, N.J.

2013 (FRESHMAN) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Played career-high 48 minutes vs. WKU (9/15) • Saw 23 minutes off the bench vs. James Madison (9/1) • Played 45 minutes at Samford (8/25) • Posted her first career assist on Caroline Brown’s goal against Oklahoma (8/23) PERSONAL • Intends to major in nutrition • Chose Tennessee over Arkansas, Oklahoma State and Middle Tennessee State • Went on a mission trip to Guatemala with NEXT Worldwide • Was a member of the student council in high school • Parents are Doug Morrow and Lori Donoghue • Has two younger brothers: Tyler Morrow and Matthew Morrow • Emily Lynn Morrow was born on Oct. 1, 1994, in Dallas, Texas CAREER STATS GP GS 2013 7 0 2014 4 3 TOTAL 11 3

G A Pts 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

Shots 0 0 0

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Helped lead her club team, the PDA Slammers, to two national championships and a national semifinal finish • Won the 2013 ECNL U17 national title with the PDA Slammers and finished as 2012 ECNL U16 national semifinalists the year before • In 2011, she helped the Slammers capture the USYS U15 national crown • Was also in the U14 U.S. National Team Pool and the U15 U.S. National Team Pool • Earned second-team all-state honors in 2010 as she helped Colts Neck High School to the Shore Conference B North Division Public School title • Was first-team All-Shore and All-Monmouth County in 2010 and 2011 • Ranked as the #122 player nationally, according to the Top Drawer Soccer IMG Academy 150 and was a Top 150 player for four years PERSONAL • Currently undecided on major • Aspires to become a physical therapist • Chose Tennessee over Miami (Fla.), Florida State and Virginia • Biggest sports influence was Heather O’Reilly. Went to one of O’Reilly’s camps in East Brunswick, N.J., when she was younger and really bought into the theme of “Separate Yourself” • Biggest soccer thrill was winning the U-17 ECNL National Championship • Always steps onto a plane with her left foot first for good luck • Enjoys playing tennis and going to the beach • Parents are Tom and Ilene Mulligan • Has one younger brother, Colin Mulligan • Meaghan Mulligan was born on Jan. 22, 1996, in Staten Island, N.Y. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2014 5 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 TOTAL 5 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

D/F, 5-8, SO., LOS ALAMOS, N.M.

2013 (FRESHMAN) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • TDS Midseason Top 100 Freshmen - #97 • Had 3 shots, 2 SOG in 67 min. at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played 36 minutes vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6) • Played 44 minutes vs. No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4) • Recorded her first goal as a Lady Vol in the 54th minute at Alabama (9/29). Then scored again in the 63rd minute. • Set new career-high with 72 minutes vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Played 23 minutes in win at Mercer (9/8) • Recorded 37 minutes in win vs. Dayton (9/6) • Fired three shots on goal in 27 minutes off the bench vs. James Madison (9/1) • Recorded 30 minutes at No. 17 UCF (8/30)) • Saw 19 minutes of action at Samford (8/25) • Played 17 minutes in career debut vs. Oklahoma (8/23) PERSONAL • Intends to major in civil engineering • Chose Tennessee over Colorado School of Mines and New Mexico • Was a National Honor Society member in high school and worked with the Youth United Way and Los Alamos Youth Leadership • Enjoys drawing and making art • Parents are John and Ruth Ann Neal • Has two older siblings: John “Avery” William Neal and Kelsey Ann Neal • Amelia Bennett Neal was born on Aug. 25, 1994, in Los Alamos, N.M. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2013 18 2 2 0 4 10 2014 7 4 2 0 4 8 TOTAL 25 6 4 0 8 22

Shot% GW PK-Att .143 0 0-0 .250 0 0-0 .182 0 0-0

PLAYER NOTES

24

2

0

AARAN PARRY

GABBY SANTORIO

JAMIE SIMMONS

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2, 2x, last vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Goals: 1 vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Assists: 2, vs. Ole Miss 10/4/13 Shots: 2, 2x, last vs. Richmond 9/14/14 SOG: 1 vs. Richmond 9/14/14 Min.: 59 at Wisconsin 8/24/14

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 2, vs. Miss. State 9/23/12 Goals: 1, vs. Miss. State 9/23/12 Assists: 1, 2x, last vs. Dayton 9/6/13 Shots: 1, 5x, last at No. 2 Virginia 9/12/14 SOG: 1, vs. Miss. State 9/23/12 Min.: 110, 2x, last at Missouri 10/27/13

***2014 TRANSFER FROM UNC GREENSBORO***

2014 (SOPHOMORE) • Scored first goal of career vs. Richmond (9/14), connecting on a one-timer in the 78th min • Played 54 min off bench with 1 shot vs. Tulsa (9/7) • Played 37 min off bench with 1 shot vs. WKU (9/5) • Played career-high 59 min vs. Wisconsin (8/24) • Started in season opener vs. Milwaukee (8/22), fired career-best two shots and played 48 min

2014 (JUNIOR) • Played full 90 min. vs. Richmond (9/14) • Played full 90 min. vs. Tulsa (9/7) -- shutout win • Played full 90 min. at WKU (9/5) -- shutout win • Played full 90 min. vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29) • Recorded second shot of career at Wisconsin (8/24) and played full 91 min • Started, played 57 min vs. Milwaukee (8/22), helping contribute to UT’s first shutout of the season

D, 5-11, JR., SCHENECTADY, N.Y.

F, 5-9, SO., FREDERICK, MD.

2013 (FRESHMAN) • Played career-high 53 minutes vs. Florida (10/25) • Saw 13 minutes off the bench at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played 34 minutes vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6) • Made first career assist in the 76th minute vs. Ole Miss (10/4). Then recorded second assist of the game in the 86th minute. • Recorded 10 minutes vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Made Tennessee debut vs. Dayton (9/6), playing 7 minutes off the bench PERSONAL • Intends to major in special education • Chose Tennessee over Maryland, Notre Dame and Virginia • Enjoys the outdoors, camping and hiking • Enjoys country music and favorite musician is Taylor Swift • Favorite all-time athlete is Larry Bird • Participated in sign language club, unified helper, Spanish club and spirit club in high school • Parents are Jim and Donna Parry • Has a younger brother, Jacob, and a younger sister, Samantha • Aaran Marie Parry was born on May 11, 1995 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2013 10 1 0 2 2 1 2014 7 3 1 0 2 6 TOTAL 17 4 1 2 4 7

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .167 0 0-0 .143 0 0-0

GK, 5-8, JR., HOUSTON, TEXAS

2013 (SOPHOMORE) • Played career-high 110 minutes in 1-1 tie at Missouri (10/27) • Saw 45 minutes of action at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played 13 minutes vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6) • Saw 12 minutes of action at LSU (9/27) • Played 81 minutes on back line at MT (9/13) • Played full 90 minutes in shutout win at Mercer (9/8) • Recorded an assist and played full 90 minutes on the back line in win vs. Dayton (9/6) • Played 90 minutes on the back line in shutout win over James Madison (9/1) and recorded first assist of career on Hannah Wilkinson’s second goal in the 77th minute • Made first career start and played career-best 90 minutes in win at No. 17 UCF (8/30) 2012 (FRESHMAN) • Saw playing time during UT’s 3-2 win over Georgia on Senior Night (10/25) • Scored her first career goal in the 59th minute at Miss. State (9/23) • Played 14 minutes in win at Kennesaw State (8/31) • Saw action at Western Kentucky (8/19), playing 29 minutes off the bench • Played season-high 45 minutes at Miss. State (9/23) PERSONAL • Was an honor roll student in high school • Has two siblings, Lauren Santorio and Giulio Santorio • Parents are Giulio and Linda Santorio • Gabrielle Lynn Santorio born Dec. 15, 1993 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts 2012 8 0 1 0 2 2013 15 11 0 2 2 2014 7 7 0 0 0 TOTAL 30 17 1 2 4

Shots 1 2 2 5

Shot% GW PK-Att 1.000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0

CAREER HIGHS Assists: 1 vs. Chattanooga, 10/27/13 (with UNCG) Saves: 15 at Furman, 10/5/12 (with UNCG) Min.: 110, 6x, last vs. Wofford, 11/3/13 (with UNCG) 2014 (JUNIOR) • Posted four saved in win vs. Richmond (9/14) • Had 1 save in third shutout of season vs. Tulsa (9/7) • Posted 4 saves in second shutout of season at WKU (9/5) • Posted 3 saves and recorded first shutout of Tennessee career vs. Milwaukee (8/22) 2013 (SOPHOMORE AT UNCG) • Started and played in all 20 games in goal for UNCG • Finished with 1858:07 minutes in goal, good for seventh-best in UNCG history • Set a new career high with a 0.77 goals against average, which is four-best in UNCG history • Tied her career high with 97 total saves and set a new career-best in shutouts with nines • Played in six overtime games, allowing only three goals in those contests • Allowed only three goals in her final seven games of the season with four shutouts • Named to the Academic All-Southern Conference team • Had six or more saves in 10 games, including a seasonhigh eight against Georgia (Sept. 8) • earned an assist against Chattanooga (Oct. 27) off a punt that led to a goal • Picked up two-straight shutouts at Western Carolina (Sept. 29) and at Francis Marion (Oct. 4) • Had back-to-back shutouts at East Carolina (Aug. 30) and UNCW (Sept. 2) • Made six saves and earned a shutout in double overtime against Hawai’i (Aug. 23) 2012 (FRESHMAN AT UNCG) • Named second team All-SoCon and was selected to the SoCon all-freshman team • Finished the season with a 1.05 goals against average, which is 11th best in UNCG history • Had 97 total saves, which was in fourth all-time in UNCG history and eight shutouts is tied for seventh best • In league play had a 0.52 goals against average, only allowed six goals against conference foes with six shutouts • One of nine Spartans to start in all 20 games • Posted six-straight shutouts against Wofford (Oct. 7), Davidson (Oct. 12), Georgia Southern (Oct. 14), Samford (Oct. 19), Chattanooga (Oct. 21) and at Elon to clinch the SoCon regular season title • Picked up her second SoCon Player of the Week award (Oct. 9) after a 15-save effort against Furman (Oct. 5) and a shutout against Wofford (Oct. 7) • Had five saves and a shutout against High Point (Sept. 9) • Selected to the College Soccer 360 Primetime Performers List (Aug. 28) • Earned first shutout against then-No. 7 Wake Forest (Aug. 24) and had five saves • Named SoCon Player of the Week (Aug. 21) • In her first collegiate game, made 14 saves against Georgia (Aug. 17) in double overtime PERSONAL • Parents are Cecil and Terri Simmons • Has one sibling, Mitchell • Jamie Michelle Simmons was born on Feb. 3, 1994, in Houston, Texas CAREER STATS GP GS Min. GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T Sho 2012 20 20 1795:02 21 1.05 97 .822 12-6-1 8 2013 20 20 1858:07 16 0.77 97 .858 10-6-4 9.1 2014 7 7 631:14 6 0.86 19 .760 4-3-0 3 TOT 47 47 4284:23 40 0.84 213 .829 25-14-5 20.1

PLAYER NOTES

31

16

6

ALLIE SIRNA

ALEXIS SMITH

CHEYENNE SPADE

CAREER HIGHS PTS: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Shots: N/A SOG: N/A Min.: 110, 7x, last at Missouri 10/27/13

CAREER HIGHS Saves: N/A Min.: N/A

CAREER HIGHS (INCLUDES STATS @ NC STATE 2011-12) PTS: 3 at Western Kentucky 9/5/14 Goals: 1, 5x, at Western Kentucky 9/5/14 Assists: 2, 2x, at No. 17 UCF 8/30/13 Shots: 3, 6x, at Western Kentucky 9/5/14 SOG: 3, 2x, at Missouri 10/27/13 Min.: 86, at Missouri 10/27/13

D, 5-3, SR., SOLON, OHIO

GK, 5-10, FR., SAN JOSE, CALIF.

2014 (SENIOR) • NSCA Strength & Conditioning All-American • TDS Team of the Week (4th time in career) (9/9) • Played full 90 min. vs. Tulsa (9/7) -- shutout win • Played full 90 min. at WKU (9/5) -- shutout win • Played full 91 min vs. Wisconsin (8/24) • Played 64 min vs. Milwaukee (8/22) and ended remarkable streak of 2,876 minutes of playing without

being subbed out that covered 31 games and stretched nearly two years. Has now been a part of 29 shutouts in Tennessee career 2013 (JUNIOR) • Second Team All-SEC • NSCAA Scholar All-Region • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Led the team with 1,792 minutes played and anchored a defense that posted seven shuouts • Played full 90 minutes at No. 16 Kentucky (10/11) • Played full 92 minutes vs. No. 17 South Carolina (10/6) • Played full 90 min in win vs. No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4) • Played full 110 minutes in 1-1 tie at LSU (9/27) • Named to the TDS Team of the Week (9/24) • Played full 90 minutes in fifth shutout of the season vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Named to the TDS Team of the Week (9/10) 2012 (SOPHOMORE) • Contributed on the Lady Vol backline that shut out #9 Texas A&M(10/21) • Tied career high with 110 minutes played vs. Vanderbilt (9/16) • Played career-high 110 minutes in scoreless tie at Cal State Northridge (9/7) • Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week (8/27) 2011 (FRESHMAN) • Ranked #75 on Top Drawer Soccer’s list of its Top 100 National Freshmen of 2011 • Was one of six Lady Vols to start all 22 matches for the Big Orange in 2011 • Reaped the most playing time of any Lady Vol at 2006 of 2020 minutes • Helped the UT defense equal the program record for fewest goals allowed (15) over the first 19 matches PERSONAL • Enrolled in the College of Business Administration at UT • Chose to come to Tennessee from a list of soccer programs that included Ohio State, Wisconsin and Miami(Ohio) • Cites Lady Antebellum as her favorite musical group • Has two sisters: Natalie, and Andrea, and one brother, Anthony • Alexandra Lauren Sirna was born April 8, 1993 • Born in Mayfield Heights, Ohio • Her parents are Tom and Patty Sirna CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts 2011 22 22 0 0 0 2012 22 22 0 0 0 2013 19 19 0 0 0 2014 7 7 0 0 0 TOTAL 70 70 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0 0 0

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB • Was in the U.S. U-18 Women’s National Team Player Pool • Helped lead Valley Christian High School to the 2011 California Coastal Section title and was an All-West Catholic Athletic League selection in 2013 • Set the school record for most shutouts in a season with 13 in 2013, en route to earning defensive and team captain awards • As a senior in 2014, posted 78 saves a 0.70 GAA and school-record 15 shutouts • Totaled 52 shutouts in her high school career and compiled a record of 66-25-11 in goal • Led her ECNL De Anza Force club team to a Surf Cup semifinalist finish in 2013 • Club team is De Anza Force 95G Blue PERSONAL • Plans to major in materials science and engineering • Aspires to become a materials science engineer • Was a math tutor in high school and also a member of the nano technology club • Enjoys reading, cooking, baking and Sudoku • Chose Tennessee over Santa Clara, Colorado and Pennsylvania • Enjoys all types of music • Parents are Kevin and Evelyn Smith • Has one younger sister, Lauren • Alexis Elizabeth Smith was born on April 6, 1996, in San Jose, Calif. CAREER STATS GP GS Min. 2014 -TOTAL --

GA GAA Saves SV% W-L-T Sho

M/F, 5-4, SR., RICHFIELD, PA.

2014 (SENIOR) • Had 1 SOG vs. Tulsa (9/7) • Assisted on a goal in the 9th min, scored a goal in the 57th and matched career high with 3 shots in 2-0 win at WKU (9/5). 3 points was a new career high • Recorded assist on Amy Neal’s 63rd minute goal vs. Wisconsin (8/24) on a cross sent deep into the box 2013 (JUNIOR) • Played career-high 86 minutes and scored in the 61st minute at Missouri (10/27) • Fired three shots with 67 min vs. Auburn (10/18) • Had three shots on goal vs. No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4) • Played 68 minutes in 1-1 tie at LSU (9/27) • Had two shots and played 67 min vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Fired career-high three shots over 49 minutes vs. Western Kentucky (9/15) • Played 47 minutes at Middle Tennessee (9/13) • CollegeSoccer360 Primetime Performer Weekly Honor Roll (9/3) • Recorded third assist of year in win vs. James Madison (9/1), finding Hannah Wilkinson up the middle for the game-winner in the fourth minute • Had a fantastic showing at No. 17 UCF (8/30), tying career high with two assists and playing career-long 71 minutes • Scored in 49th minute in Tennessee debut vs. OU (8/23), striking from the top of the box to the lower left corner 2012 (SOPHOMORE AT NC STATE) • Played in all 19 matches and made 14 starts • Tallied one goal and four assists • Ranked second on team with 26 shots • Scored the match-winner in a 2-1 road victory at LSU (8/26) • Had one assist against The Citadel (8/31) and two assists against Elon (9/2) • Recorded one assist in season finale vs. UNC (10/25) 2011 (FRESHMAN AT NC STATE) • Scored first collegiate goal in a 1-1 tie with Miami (9/29) PERSONAL • Plans to major in Political Science and English and hopes to attend law school • Chose Tennessee over West Virginia, Florida International and College of Charleston • Parents are Bryan and Candy Spade • Has one older sibling, Ty Spade • Cheyenne Spade was born on Oct. 8, 1993 in Lewisburg, Pa. CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2011 20 1 1 0 2 13 2012 19 14 1 4 6 26 2013 18 15 2 4 8 25 2014 7 7 1 2 5 7 TOTAL 64 38 6 10 20 71

Shot% GW PK-Att .077 0 0-0 .038 1 0-0 .080 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .086 1 0-0

PLAYER NOTES

17

28 BRITTNEY WADE

HANNAH WILKINSON

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 1, 4x, last vs. Oklahoma 8/23/13 Goals: N/A Assists: 1, 4x, last vs. Oklahoma 8/23/13 Shots: 1, 8x, last vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 SOG: 1, 2x, last vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Min.: 110, 4x, last at Missouri 10/27/13

CAREER HIGHS PTS: 4, 2x, last vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Goals: 2, 2x, last vs. Milwaukee 8/22/14 Assists: 1, 7x, last at Western Kentucky 9/5/14 Shots: 10, 2x, vs. Western Kentucky 9/15/13 SOG: 4, vs. Georgia 10/25/12 Min.: 108, vs. Auburn 10/18/13

F, 5-11, SR., WHANGAREI, NEW ZEALAND

D, 5-5, SR., HOUSTON, TEXAS

2014 (SENIOR) • Played 86 min at WKU (9/5), contributing to shutout win • Played 70 min vs. Wisconsin (8/24) • Played 72 min in season debut vs. Milwaukee (8/22), contributed to UT’s first shutout of the season and recorded one shot on goal 2013 (JUNIOR) • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Tied career high with 110 min played at Missouri (10/27) • Played 60 min at Arkansas (10/20) • Saw 87 min of action at LSU (9/27) • Played full 90 min in win vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20) • Played 54 minutes and had one shot at MT (9/13) • Played full 90 minutes in shutout vs. Dayton (9/6) • Played 51 minutes off the bench vs. JMU (9/1) • Saw 86 minutes of action at Samford (8/25) • Played full 90 minutes and recorded an assist on Cheyenne Spade’s goal in win vs. Oklahoma (8/23) 2012 (SOPHOMORE) • SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll • Played 110 minutes of shutout D vs Auburn (10/31) • Helped Tennessee shut down Texas A&M, 1-0 (10/19) • Aided the Tennessee backline in a shut out against Ole Miss (10/21) • Recorded her second career assist against LSU (10/14) • Tied career high with 110 minutes played vs. Vanderbilt • Recorded first assist of career with a cross into the box in the 12th minute vs. Vanderbilt (9/16) • Played career-high 110 minutes and recorded one shot at Cal State Northridge (9/7)) • Played the full 90 minutes in 2-0 shutout of VCU (8/26) • Played a career-high 107 minutes in the overtime victory against William and Mary (8/24) and took first shot of career • Started and saw 75 minutes action at Western Kentucky (8/19) • Played 76 minutes against Samford (8/17) 2011 (FRESHMAN) • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll • Garnered six minutes of action in helping finish off the Big Orange’s 5-0 rout over Charlotte (9/9) • Received the first playing time of her collegiate career as a sub with three minutes during Tennessee’s 1-0 upset of #18 Texas A&M (8/28) PERSONAL • Majoring in kinesiology • Picked Tennessee from a group of schools that included Oklahoma, Pepperdine and San Diego • Has two siblings, Brandon, and Jackie • Brittney Lee Wade was born Nov. 12, 1992, in Melbourne, Australia • Her parents are Rick and Maria Faria-Wade CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots 2011 2 0 0 0 0 0 2012 22 22 0 3 3 5 2013 16 10 0 1 1 2 2014 6 2 0 0 0 1 TOTAL 46 34 0 4 4 8

Shot% GW PK-Att .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0

2014 (SENIOR) • NSCAA MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List • TDS Preseason Best XI - Third Team • Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team • Scored in 10th min at No. 2 Virginia (9/12) • Scored game-winner on a breakaway in 9th min at WKU (9/5) and added an assist on a goal in 57th • Scored career-best two goals (second time in career) vs. Milwaukee (8/22) and recorded seventh career winner 2013 (JUNIOR) • TDS Midseason Top 100 - #27 • Played career-high 108 min vs. Auburn (10/18) • Tied career high with 10 shots vs. WKU (9/15) • Had a goal and an assist in 2-0 win at Mercer (9/8) • Had a goal and an assist in 2-0 win vs. Dayton (9/6) • Top Drawer Soccer Player of The Week (9/3), SEC Offensive Player of the Week (9/3) • Netted two goals vs. James Madison (9/1) (4th min, 77th min), both times beating GK for open net; marked first career multi-goal game in her Tennessee career • Scored winner at No. 17 UCF (8/30), heading ball in off of free kick from Cheyenne Spade. • NSCAA MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List 2012 (SOPHOMORE) • NSCAA Third Team All-American • NSCAA Second Team All-South Region • First Team All-SEC • Soccer America W Nat. Team of the Week (Oct.25) • Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Oct. 22) • TSWA W College Soccer Player of the Week (Oct. 22) • SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22) • Recorded first career assist vs. #11 Missouri (9/30), 1-0 • Scored first goal of UT career against Alabama (9/14), running down the left side and breaking past two defenders to score the equalizer in the 17th minute NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL • 2013: In an international friendly match on Oct. 27 against Team USA, scored 16th career goal for New Zealand in the 54th minute. On Oct. 30, she scored in the 87th minute past a diving Hope Solo to give the Kiwis a 1-1 tie with the U.S. Also scored game winning-goal vs. China in Ravais Cup, Switzerland • 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup: Totaled 271 minutes played and three starts over three games. Helped force an own goal by Japan in a 2-2 tie on Aug.22. • 2012 London Olympics: Represented New Zealand, which reached the quarterfinals. Saw action in against Great Britain, Brazil and the U.S.,and totaled 248 minutes of play with two shots and one shot on goal • 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Played in three games. Scored equalizer in extra time (7/5/11) • 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup:Started two of three games. In FIFA debut vs. Sweden (7/13/10), started and scored in 33rd minute • International senior debut: Started in match against Australia in Feb. 2010 PERSONAL • Attended Auckland University of Technology for one year • Intends to study psychology and go into the field of sports medicine • Plays the drums and the guitar • Parents are Simon Wilkinson and Karen Wilkinson • Has two brothers, Tom and Samuel • Hannah Lillian Wilkinson born May 28, 1992 CAREER STATS GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% GW PK-Att 2012 16 13 8 1 17 50 .160 4 0-0 2013 16 14 5 5 15 65 .077 2 1-1 2014 7 7 4 1 9 14 .286 2 0-0 TOTAL 39 34 17 7 41 129 .132 8 1-1

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Overall: 4-3-0 Conf: 0-0-0 Home: 1-1-0 Away: 1-2-0 Neut: 2-0-0 ## 17 37 14 6 27 2 9 20 12 15 25 24 11 8 28 77 21 18 16 13 10 7 5 4 3

Player

gp-gs

min

g

a

pts

sh

sh%

sog

sog%

yc

7-7 7-7 7-4 7-7 5-3 7-3 7-0 7-6 7-4 4-0 6-0 7-7 7-6 5-0 6-2 1-0 4-3 5-0 7-7 5-4 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 7 7

471 425 353 412 299 324 169 507 338 56 84 590 549 155 326 11 92 110 605 361 19 30 6 11 11 -

4 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6

1 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5

9 6 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 17

14 14 8 7 1 6 1 3 4 1 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69 85

.286 .143 .250 .143

5 8 5 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 26

.357 .571 .625 .429

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0

Hannah Wilkinson Anna McClung Amy Neal Cheyenne Spade Kiah Allen Aaran Parry Gracie DeGooyer Susan Ferguson Michele Christy Cali Hutson Colleen Gawkins Gabby Santorio Carlyn Baldwin Kathryn Culhane Brittney Wade Amanda McClanahan Emily Morrow Meaghan Mulligan Allie Sirna Josie Jennings Christine Creighton Suzanne Capocaccia Olivia Knox Mackenzie Moore Ashley Jolly Total Opponents

## Goalie 0 Jamie Simmons TM TEAM

Goal Average min ga

gp-gs

7-7 7 7

Total Opponents

631:14 0:00 631:14 631:14

6 0 6 13

gaavg

0.86 0.00 0.86 1.85

1.000

.167 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .188 .071

Saves saves

19 1 20 14

1.000

.167 1.000

.000 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .391 .306

rc gwg

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

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

pk-att

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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

pct

w

Record l

.760 1.000 .769 .519

4 0 4 3

3 0 3 4

t

sho/cbo

0 0 0 0

3/0 0/0 3 1

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

6 2

0 1

Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

OT

39 43

0 1

Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

OT

7 3

30 41

12 8

8 6

OT

0 0

Total 13 6

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

13 18

0 0

Total 69 85

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

OT

Total 20 14

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

8 11

48 28

39 20

OT

0 0

Total 21 29 Total 87 48

UT 2996 2/1498 2/194

Opponent 3578 3/1193

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Overall Team Statistics (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Overall: 4-3-0 Conf: 0-0-0 Home: 1-1-0 Away: 1-2-0 Neut: 2-0-0 TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Sh o t s / G a m e Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE To t a l Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Goals by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

6 2

0 1

Shots by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

OT

39 43

0 1

Saves by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

OT

7 3

30 41

12 8

8 6

OT

0 0

UT

OPP

13-69 1.86 .188 27-69 .391 9.9 10 21 0-0

6-85 0.86 .071 26-85 .306 12.1 5 29 0-1

6 0

0 0

2996 2/1498 2/194

3578 3/1193

Total 13 6

Corners by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

13 18

0 0

Total 69 85

Fouls by Period Tennessee Opponents

1st 2nd

OT

Total 20 14

8 11

48 28

39 20

OT

0 0

Total 21 29 Total 87 48

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Game Results (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Date Aug 22

Aug 24 Aug 29 Sep 05

Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14

Opponent vs Milwaukee

at Wisconsin #23 BYU at WKU TLS at #2 Virginia vs Richmond

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

W-L-T 4-3 0-0 1-1 1-2 2-0 0-1

W

LOT L W

W L W

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Score 5-0

Overall 1-0-0

Conf 0-0-0

1-2 0-1 2-0

1-1-0 1-2-0 2-2-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

1-0 1-2 3-1

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Dates 7 2 3 2

Total 6962 2996 3578 388

Att. Goals scored 184 Hannah Wilkinson (unassisted) Hannah Wilkinson (Anna McClung;Susan Ferguson) TEAM (unassisted) Amy Neal (Anna McClung) Gracie DeGooyer (Cali Hutson) 562 Amy Neal (Cheyenne Spade) 1691 526 Hannah Wilkinson (Cheyenne Spade) Cheyenne Spade (Hannah Wilkinson) 1305 Kiah Allen (unassisted) 2490 Hannah Wilkinson (Kiah Allen) 204 Anna McClung (unassisted) Anna McClung (Susan Ferguson) Aaran Parry (Michele Christy)

Avg. 995 1498 1193 194

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Tennessee - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES

4 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4

Anna McClung vs Richmond (Sep 14) Hannah Wilkinson vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Anna McClung vs Richmond (Sep 14) Hannah Wilkinson vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Anna McClung vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Michele Christy vs Richmond (Sep 14) Susan Ferguson vs Richmond (Sep 14) Kiah Allen at Virginia (Sep 12) Cheyenne Spade at WKU (Sep 05) Hannah Wilkinson at WKU (Sep 05) Cheyenne Spade at Wisconsin (Aug 24) Cali Hutson vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Susan Ferguson vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Amy Neal at WKU (Sep 05) Anna McClung vs BYU (Aug 29) Anna McClung vs Richmond (Sep 14) Anna McClung vs TLS (Sep 07) Cheyenne Spade at WKU (Sep 05) Amy Neal at WKU (Sep 05) Anna McClung vs BYU (Aug 29) Amy Neal vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Hannah Wilkinson vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) Jamie Simmons vs Richmond (Sep 14) Jamie Simmons at Virginia (Sep 12) Jamie Simmons at WKU (Sep 05)

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Tennessee - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

CORNER KICKS FOULS

14 8 5 3 4 2 2 17 12 7 6 5 4 4 5 4 15 15

vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) vs Richmond (Sep 14) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) vs Richmond (Sep 14) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) vs Richmond (Sep 14) at WKU (Sep 05) at WKU (Sep 05) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) at WKU (Sep 05) vs Richmond (Sep 14) at Virginia (Sep 12) at WKU (Sep 05) vs TLS (Sep 07) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs Richmond (Sep 14) at Virginia (Sep 12) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS ASSISTS

SHOTS

SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES CORNER KICKS FOULS

6 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 23 13 13 6 6 4 4 9 6 11 9 9

at Virginia (Sep 12) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) at Virginia (Sep 12) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) at Virginia (Sep 12) vs Richmond (Sep 14) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) at Virginia (Sep 12) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs Richmond (Sep 14) at Virginia (Sep 12) vs TLS (Sep 07) at WKU (Sep 05) at Virginia (Sep 12) vs BYU (Aug 29) vs Richmond (Sep 14) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Wisconsin (Aug 24)

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Tennessee - GAME LOWS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES CORNER KICKS

FOULS

0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 5 6 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 8 11

vs BYU (Aug 29) vs TLS (Sep 07) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs TLS (Sep 07) at Virginia (Sep 12) vs BYU (Aug 29) vs TLS (Sep 07) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Virginia (Sep 12) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs TLS (Sep 07) vs BYU (Aug 29) at WKU (Sep 05) at Virginia (Sep 12) at WKU (Sep 05) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22)

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee High/Low Analysis (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Opponent - GAME LOWS POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES

CORNER KICKS FOULS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 1 3 3 3 0 1 1 1 2 3 3

vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) at WKU (Sep 05) vs TLS (Sep 07) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) at WKU (Sep 05) vs TLS (Sep 07) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) at WKU (Sep 05) vs TLS (Sep 07) at WKU (Sep 05) vs TLS (Sep 07) vs TLS (Sep 07) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs BYU (Aug 29) at Virginia (Sep 12) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) vs Richmond (Sep 14) at Wisconsin (Aug 24) at WKU (Sep 05) vs Milwaukee (Aug 22) at WKU (Sep 05)

The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points (as of Sep 16, 2014) All games

Opponent

Date

vs UWM at WIS BY at WKU TLS at VA vs UR

Aug 22 Aug 24 Aug 29 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14

Opponent

Date

vs UWM at WIS BY at WKU TLS at VA vs UR

Aug 22 Aug 24 Aug 29 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14

Opponent

Date

vs UWM at WIS BY at WKU TLS at VA vs UR

Aug 22 Aug 24 Aug 29 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14

Score

5-0 1-2 0-1 2-0 1-0 1-2 3-1

W L L W W L W

Score

5-0 1-2 0-1 2-0 1-0 1-2 3-1

W L L W W L W

Score

5-0 1-2 0-1 2-0 1-0 1-2 3-1

W L L W W L W

0 SIMMONS,JA

2 PARRY,AARA

3 4 JOLLY,ASHL MOORE,MACK

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 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-2

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

12 CHRISTY,MI

13 JENNINGS,J

14 NEAL,AMY

15 HUTSON,CAL

16 SIRNA,ALLI

17 WILKINSON,

18 MULLIGAN,M

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1

0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

1-0-2 1-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0

27 ALLEN,KIAH

28 WADE,BRITT

0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 1-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

37 77 MCCLUNG,AN MCCLANAHAN

0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-4

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

5 KNOX,OLIVI

6 7 8 9 SPADE,CHEY CAPOCACCIA CULHANE,KA DEGOOYER,G

0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0

1-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

10 CREIGHTON,

11 BALDWIN,CA

DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

20 21 24 FERGUSON,S MORROW,EMI SANTORIO,G

0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

25 GAWKINS,CO

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0

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