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April 4, 2006

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State (1-8 overall, 0-1 American Lacrosse Conference) women’s lacrosse squad will host No. 10 Notre Dame (9-1) at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The Buckeyes then return to play in the American Lacrosse Conference by traveling to Ohio (3-7, 0-2) for a 1 p.m. game on Sunday. Last week Ohio State lost 7-6 at Duquesne and defeated Duquesne, 16-5 at home.

A LOOK AT OHIO STATE
The head coach for the Buckeyes is Sue Stimmel. Ohio State is 1-8 overall after a 7-6 loss at Duquesne and a 16-5 victory over Davidson at home. KC Carter (Sr., Birchrunville, Pa.) leads the team in points with 21 with a team-high 19 goals and two assists. Jessica Patane (So., Farmingdale, N.Y.) is second in points with 17 with 12 goals and five assists. Kristen Slahor (So., Ellicott City, Md.) is third in points with 15 from eight goals and seven assists. Carter has a team-high 11 ground balls for the Buckeyes. Alicia Meredith (Sr., Prospect, Ky.) ranks second with 10. Carter has a team-high 23 draw controls with Kristen Hannon (So., Sykesville, Md.) second with 14. Carter also leads the team in caused turnovers with six. Meredith ranks second with five. In goal, Kristen Gilwee (Fr., Hunt Valley, Md.) has played in six games with four starts. Gilwee has a 10.74 goals against average and a .539 saves percentage. Kim Hastings (Sr., Sewickley, Pa.) has played in six games with four starts. Hastings has a 14.20 goals against average and a .455 saves percentage.

A LOOK AT NOTRE DAME
The head coach for the 10th-ranked Fighting Irish is Tracy Coyne. Notre Dame has a 9-1 overall record. Last Friday, the Fighting Irish won, 13-9 at Connecticut. Crysti Foote leads Notre Dame in scoring with 61 points. She has 41 goals and 20 assists. Jill Byers ranks second with 45 points with 33 goals and 12 assists. Ranking third is Caitlin McKinney with 16 goals and 40 assists. Mary Carpenter has a team-high 25 ground balls with Meghan Fitzpatrick and Carol Dixon tied for second with 23. Foote leads the team in draw controls with 27 while Byers has 21. Becky Ranck has a team-high 19 caused turnovers with Carpenter second with 20. In goal, Carol Dixon has started all 10 games and has a 9-1 record. She has a 10.30 goals against average and a .464 saves percentage.

OHIO STATE – NOTRE DAME SERIES
Ohio State leads the series with Notre Dame, 6-4. In Columbus, each squad has won two games. Last season, Ohio State won 14-10 at Notre Dame.

OHIO STATE 14, NOTRE DAME 10, May 7, 2005
Ohio State (6-10 overall) closed out the 2005 season with a 14-10 win over Notre Dame (3-12) Saturday in a game carried live by CSTV. Regina Oliver and Kelly Kremer scored three goals each for the Buckeyes with Ashley Evans and Natale Miller adding two each. OSU’s Kristen Slahor contributed a career-high five assists in the game. For Notre Dame, Crysti Foote and Caitlin McKinney had three goals each for the Irish with Jacie Bowers and Lindsay Shaffer adding two each.

Note Dame took the early 1-0 lead with a Foote goal just 38 seconds into the contest. Buckeye goals by Evans (1:30) and Kremer (2:35), assisted by Evans, gave OSU a 2-1 lead. The Irish scored four straight goals with McKinney scoring at 3:19 followed by Jackie Bowers at 10:35, assisted by Foote, to take a 3-2 margin. McKinney scored at 13:35 and Foote added her second goal on a free position shot at 14:10 to open a 5-2 lead. OSU responded with a three-goal run starting at 16:02 by Miller. Scored by Oliver (22:23) and Brandie Williams at 22:56 tied the game at five on a free position shot. The Irish took a 6-5 lead with McKinney’s third goal, assisted by Mary Carpenter, at 27:13. The Buckeyes responded with a free position goal by Miller at 29:42 to tie the game at six going into halftime.

The Buckeyes opened the second half with a five goal run starting at 33:38 with an Oliver goal. At 37:26, Oliver scored against, assisted by Slahor. Molly Gilbert, on a Slahor assist at 41:29 made it 9-6, OSU. Back-to-back goals by Kremer, both assisted by Slahor at 43:26 and 44:26 gave Ohio State an 11-6 lead. The Irish stopped the Buckeye scoring run at 46:16 with a Shaffer goal on a free position shot. At 49:02 Evans countered with a goal to put the lead at five. Notre Dame responded with a Foote goal at 52:12 and a Shaffer goal, assisted by McKinney, at 55:10 to cut the margin to three at 12-9. The Buckeyes took the lead back to five with a Slahor goal at 55:20 and Andrea Fischer’s goal at 57:37 on Slahor’s fifth assist. The Irish closed out the scoring with a Bowers goal at 59:17 for the final 14-10 margin.

In goal, OSU’s Kim Hastings took the win (6-10) making 11 saves in the game. Notre Dame’s Carol Dixon suffered the loss (3-12) while making seven saves.

A LOOK AT OHIO
The Bobcats are coached by Allison Valentino. Ohio has a 3-7 overall record and is 0-2 in the ALC. Last week the Bobcats defeated Davidson, 16-7, at home. Ohio plays at Virginia Tech Tuesday. Kiersten McLouth has a team-high 20 points for the Bobcats. She has 15 goals and five assists. Shannon Hadaway is second in points with 14 with 10 goals and four assists. Ranking third is Devon Dow with 13. She has 12 goals and an assist. Jen Heup leads the team in ground balls with 35. Lindsey Marshall is second with 21. Hadaway has a team-high 16 draw controls with Amada Diehl second with 13. Heup has eight caused turnovers to lead the squad. Diehl ranks second with seven. In goal, Heup has started all 10 games and has a 3-7 record. She has a 12.23 goals against average and a .496 saves percentage.

OHIO STATE – OHIO SERIES
Ohio State leads the series with Ohio, 6-1. The Buckeyes are 1-1 in games played in Athens. Last season, Ohio State won, 9-8, in Columbus.

OHIO STATE 9, OHIO 8, March 17, 2005
Ohio State (4-1 overall, 2-0 American Lacrosse Conference) women’s lacrosse team used a free position goal by Regina Oliver at 54:02 to defeat Ohio University (1-5, 0-3), 9-8, Thursday night in the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU’s Kelly Kremer and Ohio’s Dana Dobbie collected three goals each in the game. Ohio State overcame a 5-4 Bobcat lead at halftime with the help of four free position goals in the second half for the victory.

The Bobcats opened the scoring with a free position goal by Dobbie at 5:36. Kremer, on a free position shot, responded with a goal at 8:12 to tie the game at one. The Buckeyes took a 2-1 lead at 9:04 with a Lindsay Weiner goal, assisted by KC Carter. The Bobcats tied the game at two with a Frannie Sullivan score at 16:01. Ohio State regained the lead (3-2) with a Carter goal at 20:08. The Bobcats broke the game open with a trio of goals in the next three and a half minutes. The run began with a Kristen Gombeski goal at 21:02. Dobbie scored her second goal at 23:06 with an assist from Caitlin Link. Sullivan’s second goal of the game at 24:35 on a free position shot gave the Bobcats a 5-3 lead. OSU’s Andrea Fischer found the net at 28:42 on an assist from Kremer to cut the margin to 5-4 at half.

Ohio State opened the second half with a free position goal by Natale Miller at 32:05 to tie the game at five. Kremer’s second goal of the game tied the score at six on a free position shot at 34:47. The Bobcats responded with two goals from Molly Wurdack, the first at 36:02 on a free position shot to tie the score at six. Her second goal was unassisted at 36:48 to gave Ohio a 7-6 lead. The Buckeyes countered with a free position score by Carter at 44:55 to tie the game at seven. Ohio State took an 8-7 lead with Kremer’s third goal at 47:41. Ohio tied the game for the seventh time with Dobbie’s third goal of the game with an assist from Amanda Diehl. Oliver scored the winning goal for Ohio State at 54:02 on a free position attempt for the final 9-8 score.

In goal for Ohio State, Kim Hastings picked up the win while making five saves. For the Bobcats, Jayme Levy took the loss in goal, collecting seven saves.

GILWEE HAS FIRST WIN OF HER CAREER
Kristen Gilwee picked up her first victory of her career in the 16-5 win over Davidson. She played 40 minutes, making two saves and giving up two goals. Gilwee took the loss at Duquesne, 7-6, collecting 14 saves in the contest. She has played in six games with four starts. Gilwee has a 10.74 goals against average and a .539 saves percentage.

CARTER LEADS SEVERAL STATISTICAL CATEGORIES
KC Carter leads the Buckeyes in five statistical categories for the season. In her nine starts, she has team-highs of 19 goals and 21 total points. Carter has 16 ground balls, 23 draw controls and six caused turnovers to lead the Buckeyes in each category. Last week Carter had two ground balls and two draw controls at Duquesne and recorded three goals and an assist against Davidson. She added three ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover against the Wildcats.

PATANE NETS THREE GOALS AGAINST THE WILDCATS
Jessica Patane collected a career-high three goals last week against Davidson. Her previous best was two goals, in two games. Patane added two ground balls and a caused turnover against the Wildcats. She recorded a goal and an assist at Duquesne. Patane has started all nine games this season. She is second on the team in points with 17, with 12 goals and five assists.

GIBSON COLLECTS FOUR CAUSED TURNOVERS AGAINST DAVIDSON
Danielle Gibson recorded a career-high four caused turnovers against Davidson last week. Her previous best was two against Lafayette in 2004. Gibson added a goal, two ground balls and two draw controls against the Wildcats. She had one ground ball at Duquesne. Gibson has played in seven games this season with three starts.

SLAHOR RECORDS FIVE POINTS AGAINST DAVIDSON
Kristen Slahor collected two goals and three assists for five points in the Davidson match. The two goals equaled her career high for the fifth time while the three assists and five points were season-highs. At Duquesne, Slahor had two goals and three ground balls. She has started in eight of the nine matches and is third on the squad in points with 15, with eight goals and a team-high seven assists.

SLAHOR NOW NINTH IN OHIO STATE CAREER ASSISTS
Kristen Slahor recorded three assists against Davidson to give her 27 for her career. She now ranks ninth on the Ohio State career assist list. Slahor passed Erin Andersen (1998-01) with 24.

KREMER NAMED TO 2006 ALC PRESEASON TEAM
Kelly Kremer has been named to the 2006 American Lacrosse Conference Preseason Team by a vote of the league coaches. In her freshman season with the Buckeyes, she was named the ALC Rookie of the Year and a second team ALC selection. Kremer started all 16 games last season, recording team-highs of 38 goals and 44 points, adding six assists, 22 ground ball, 17 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers. She was named to the 2005 National All-Rookie Team by womenslacrosse.com. Also named to the 2006 American Lacrosse Conference Preseason Team were Sarah Albrecht, Northwestern; Renee Cipro, Penn State; Margie Curran, Vanderbilt; Dana Dobbie, Ohio; Lori Havrilla, Penn State; Kate Hickman, Vanderbilt; Mary Key, Johns Hopkins; Kristen Kjellman, Northwestern; Jessi Lieb, Penn State; Lindsey Munday, Northwestern and Lauren Schwarzmann, Johns Hopkins

OHIO STATE PICKED FIFTH IN THE ALC
Ohio State was picked to finish fifth in the conference by a vote of the league coaches. NCAA and ALC defending champion Northwestern was tabbed to win the conference, received 36 votes and all six first place ballots. Penn State, with 27 votes, was picked to finish second, one point ahead of third place John Hopkins with 26. Vanderbilt was selected to finish fourth with 19 votes, Ohio State fifth with 10 votes and Ohio sixth with 8 votes.

HEAD COACH SUE STIMMEL
Sue Stimmel is in her 11th season as the head coach for the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team. A 1984 graduate of Temple University, Stimmel is the only coach that the Buckeye program has had. She spent six years has the head coach of Denison prior to coming to OSU. Stimmel is 80-79 at Ohio State (11 years) and is 155-96 in her 16-year career. The 2003 season was her most successful with a program-high 14 wins, finishing the regular season ranked 11th nationally and making the school’s second consecutive appearance in the NCAA Championship, advancing to the quarterfinals. Her squad won the 2003 American Lacrosse Conference Championship and she was named the ALC Coach of the Year and was later named the 2003 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Regional Coach of the Year.

REVIEWING THE DUQUESNE GAME
Ohio State (0-8 overall) lost, 7-6, at Duquesne Friday afternoon in Pittsburgh. OSU’s Kristen Slahor scored two goals for the Buckeyes with Kelyn Laws (Jr., Ellicott City, Md.), Kristen Hannon, Kelyn Laws, Kristen Hannon, Lindsay Weiner and Jessica Patane adding a single goal each. Duquesne’s Kelly Mulford, Courtney Tamasitis and Ashley Wood scored two goals each for the Dukes with Caroline Gallagher adding a goal.

Ohio State opened the scoring with just 33 seconds gone in the game on a Slahor goal. At 10:39, Laws made it 2-0 for the Buckeyes. Duquesne’s Gallagher scored at 12:10 on a free position shot to cut the OSU lead to 2-1. Slahor’s second goal, on a free position shot, made it 3-1, Ohio State at 21:28. The Buckeyes took the lead to 4-1 at 21:35 with a Hannon goal, assisted by Patane. The Dukes, with two goals by Mulford at 26:20 and 27:01 made the halftime score, 4-3, Ohio State.

Duquesne opened the second half at 31:38 with a Wood goal to tie the game at four. Wood’s second goal, assisted by Meredith Williams, at 32:00 gave Duquesne a 5-4 lead. The Buckeyes tied the game at five with a Weiner goal at 37:03. Duquesne regained the lead at 6-5 with a Tamasitis goal at 51:34 on a free position attempt. Tamasitis scored against with an assist from Keri Drexel to open a 7-5 lead at 52:39. OSU’s Patane cut the Duquesne lead to one at 7-6 with a goal at 59:51 to end the scoring.

In goal for Ohio State, Kristen Gilwee had 14 saves in the loss while Duquesne’s Meredith Norris had 12 saves in the win.

REVIEWING THE DAVIDSON GAME
Ohio State (1-8 overall) ended an eight-game losing streak with a 16-5 victory over Davidson (6-5) Sunday afternoon in the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU’s Jessica Patane and KC Carter had three goals each with Kristen Slahor adding two. Davidson’s Emily Palmer had a team-high two goals for the Wildcats.

Natale Miller opened the scoring for Ohio State with 3:09 gone in the first half on an assist by Slahor. Carter scored at 4:59 and Slahor at 5:26 to give OSU a 3-0 lead. Davidson’s Sarah Walter put the Wildcats on the board with a score at 6:36. Palmer made it 3-2 at 10:47, assisted by Eloise Grose. The Buckeyes scored at 15:46 with a Patane goal, assisted by Carter. Ohio State took the lead to 6-2 with goals by Danielle Gibson at 16:20 and by Kelly Kremer at 18:16. Palmer’s second goal for Davidson at 20:34 made it 6-3, OSU. Patane’s second goal of the game at 21:27, off a Kristen Hannon assist, made it 7-3. Andrea Fischer scored at 25:29 and Patane added her third goal at 26:55, both assisted by Kelyn Laws, to close out the half with Ohio State leading, 9-3.

Ohio State scored seven straight goals to open the second half. Lindsay Weiner opened the half with a score at 31:52, assisted by Slahor. Kendall Gysin made it 11-3 with a score at 32:57. Carter added her second goal of the game at 37:37 and Slahor picked up her second score at 39:55 with an assist from Bethany Carey, making the score 13-3. Amanda Shimp continued the run with a goal at 40:48. Carter collected her third goal of the game at 42:05, assisted by Slahor. The Buckeyes closed out their scoring at 45:37 with a goal by Keri Yourick to lead 16-3. Davidson, with a free position shot by Emily Diefendorf at 55:05 and a Callie Seymour goal, assisted by Missy Gilbert at 56:38 closed out the scoring for the 16-5 Ohio State victory.

Kristen Gilwee had the win for Ohio State, playing 40:05 and making two saves while giving up three goals. Kim Hastings played the final 19:55 for the Buckeyes, making two saves and giving up two goals. Davidson’s Leslie Smith suffered the loss in the contest. She played 45:23, making 11 saves while giving up nine goals. Laura Johnson started the second half for the Wildcats, playing 14:37, before Smith’s return. Johnson recorded four saves and gave up seven goals.

2006 PLAYER NOTES
#0 Kristen Gilwee (Fr., Hunt Valley) 2006 – Played in six games with four starts – played 40 minutes against Davidson for the win making two saves – career-high 20 saves at Maryland, giving up 17 goals.

#1 Kim Hastings (Sr., Sewickley, Pa.) 2006 – Played in six games, starting four – career-high 16 saves at California 2005 – Started all 16 games, 6-10 record – 9.80 goals against average and a .459 save percentage – career-high 14 saves against Johns Hopkins – named the womenslacrosse.com National Player of the Week (March 14) – the American Lacrosse Conference Player of the Week (March 15). 2004 – Played in 16 games – starting 14 – 5-9 record – 9.52 goals against average and a .483 save percentage. 2003 – Played in six games – record 0-1 – starting one – 8.56 goals against average and a .355 save percentage

#2 Joy DeMarco (Jr., Hudson, Ohio) 2006 – Started at Virginia Tech playing 19:34 – had two saves, giving up seven goals. 2005 – Played in six games – 7.22 goals against average and a .524 save percentage. 2004 – Played in two games – 11.74 goals against average and a .500 save percentage.

#3 Allyson Vernon (So./Jr. eligibility, Voorhees, N.J.) 2006 – Has not played. 2005 – Played in 11 games – 4 goals, 1 assist.

#4 Kristen Hannon (So., Sykesville, Md.) 2006 – Played in nine games, starting eight – career-high two goals against Penn – one assist at California – career-high four ground balls at Duquesne. 2005 – Played in 16 games with two starts.

#5 Andrea Fischer (Sr., Cleveland Heights, Ohio) 2006 – Played in five games with four starts – career-high two draw controls at Virginia Tech – three ground balls at Duquesne, tying career-high – one goal against Davidson. 2005 – Played in 14 games with one start – 5 goals, 4 assists. 2004 – Played in nine games, starting five – 2 goals, 4 assists. 2003 – Played in 10 games – 5 goals, 1 assist..

#6 Kristen Slahor (Fr., Ellicott City, Md.) 2006 – Played in nine games, starting eight – season-highs of three assists and five points against Davidson – two goals and two assists at California. 2005 – Started 15 games – 9 goals, 20 assists.

#7 Danielle Gibson (Jr., Springfield, Pa.) 2006 – Played in seven games, starting three – career-high four caused turnovers against Davidson – two draw controls at California and against Davidson – scored a goal against Davidson. 2005 – Played in six games. 2004 – Played in two games.

#8 Bethany Carey (So., Eldersburg, Md.) 2006 – Played in seven games – recorded an assist, two ground balls and a draw control against Davidson – scored a goal and added two ground balls and two draw controls at California. 2005 – Played in one game.

#9 Lindsay Weiner (Jr., Eldersburg, Md.) 2006 – Started nine games – has scored goals in seven games – season-high three ground balls against North Carolina – equaled career-high of three draw controls at Maryland. 2005 – Started all 16 games – 11 goals, 6 assists. 2003 – Played in 11 games, at James Madison – 1 goal, 1 assist.

#10 Margaret Prunte (Fr., Columbus, Ohio) 2006 – Played in one game.

#11 Kelly Kremer (So., Kennett Square, Pa.) 2006 -Played in nine games, starting seven – scored goals in five games – two points at Maryland with a goal and an assists. 2005 – Started all 16 games – American Lacrosse Conference Rookie of the Year – a second-team ALC selection – ALC Player of the Week (Apr. 4) – named to womenslacrosse.com Honor Roll (Feb. 28) – insidelacrosse.com Honorable Mention (Feb. 28) – insidelacrosse.com National Player of the Week (March 14) – womenslacrosse.com National All-Rookie Team – 38 goals, 6 assists.

#12 Kacie Caldwell (So./Fr. eligibility, Lutherville, Md.) 2006 – Played in nine games, starting eight – career-high two ground balls at California and at Duquesne – career-high two draw controls against Davidson – draw control at Duquesne. 2005 – Did not Play.

#13 Alicia Meredith (Sr., Prospect, Ky.) 2006 – Played in nine games, starting seven – career-high four ground balls at Maryland – equaled career-high two caused turnovers at Maryland. 2005 – Played in all 16 games with 15 starts – 13 ground balls. 2004 – Played in three games. 2003 – Played in three games.

#14 Libby Graf (Fr., Delaware, Ohio) 2006 – Played in seven games, starting two – career-high two ground balls against Penn – career-high two caused turnovers at Johns Hopkins.

#15 Jessica Patane (So., Farmingdale, N.Y.) 2006 – Started nine games – has scored in each game – career-high three points in three games – career-high three goals against Davidson – career-high three ground balls at Virginia Tech. 2005 – Played in seven games – 2 goals.

#16 Lauren Traficant (Jr./So. eligibility, Dublin, Ohio) 2006 – Played in four games – one ground ball at California and at Virginia Tech – one draw control against Penn. 2005 – Did not play. 2004 – Played in 7 games – 2 goals, 1 assist.

#17 KC Carter (Sr., Birchrunville, Pa.) 2006 – Started nine games – five games with three or more goals – tied career-high of four goals at Stanford and at California – career-high five points (four goals, one assist) at California – season-high three ground balls at Johns Hopkins and against Davidson – season-high three caused turnovers at Virginia Tech. 2005 – Played in 15 games, starting 14 – 15 goals, 4 assists. 2004 – Started all 16 games – 12 goals, 6 assists. 2003 – Started all 18 games – American Lacrosse Conference Rookie of the Year – womenslacrosse.com All-Rookie Team – 18 goals, 3 assists.

#18 Jacqueline Cook (Fr., Pocopson, Pa.) 2006 – Has not played.

#19 Sarah Wilcox (Fr., Toledo, Ohio) 2006 – Played in one game – draw control against Davidson.

#20 Ally MacMeekin (Jr., Baltimore, Md.) 2006 – Played in three games with one start – one ground ball at Maryland – draw control and caused turnover against Davidson. 2005 – Played in seven games. 2004 – Played nine games with three starts.

#21 Keri Yourick (Fr., Castle Rock, Colo.) 2006 – Played in one game – one goal against Davidson

#22 Mindy Kittle (Sr., Hockessin, Del.) 2006 – Played in three games. 2005 – Played in two games. 2004 – Played in 11 matches with seven starts – 16 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers. 2003 – Played in six games.

#23 Rachel Hawes (Fr., Eldersburg, Md.) 2006 – Played in four games – draw control against Davidson

#24 Emily Rosen (Sr., Baltimore, Md.) 2006 – Played in one game – ground ball against Davidson. 2005 – Played in one game. 2004 – Played in two games. 2003 – Played in three games.

#25 Amanda Shimp (So., Endicott, N.Y.) 2006 – Played in eight games, starting three – career-high two goals at Stanford – career-high two draw controls at California and against Davidson – career-high two ground balls at Duquesne and against Davidson. – 2005 – Played in one game.

#26 Natale Miller (So., Birmingham, Pa.) 2006 – Played in nine games, starting three – scored goals in five games – season-high two draw controls against Penn – season-high two ground balls against Davidson. 2005 – Played in 16 games, starting 13 – 15 goals, 2 assists. 2004 – Played in 16 games with 11 starts – 13 goals, 3 assists.

#27 Mallory Mayhew (Fr., Liverpool, N.Y.) 2006 – Has not played.

#28 Kelyn Laws (Jr., Ellicott City, Md.) 2006 – Played in eight games, starting two – career-high four points (two goals, two assists) at Maryland – career-high two assists at Maryland and against Davidson – season-high two ground balls against North Carolina. 2005 – Played in 14 games with two starts – 4 goals, 1 assist. 2004 – Played in 16 games with 13 starts – 12 goals, 4 assists, 20 ground balls.

#29 Alicia McClure (Sr., Hatboro, Pa.) 2006 – Played in nine games, starting seven – season-high two ground balls at Duquesne. 2005 – Played in 11 games with eight starts – 14 ground balls. 2004 – Played in 11 matches with eight starts – 18 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers. 2003 – Played in five games.

#30 Kendall Gysin (Fr., Noblesville, Ind.) 2006 – Started nine games – one goal at Stanford, at California and against Davidson – career-high two ground balls at California and against North Carolina – career-high three draw controls in three games.