FSU Women's Soccer

NCAA Division III Women's Soccer
in Frostburg, Maryland

AMCC Champions
NCAA Tournaments

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The 2001 FSU Women's Soccer Season
AMCC Conference Champions (1st)
NCAA Tournament Appearance (1st)
17-5 Overall

2001 FSU Women's Soccer Team

Season Summary

The 2001 season was certainly one of transition and a season of "firsts".  Only 4 starters returned from the 2000 campaign and Coach Lysik had invited 11 freshman and 4 other newcomers to the preseason.  It turned out to be a season of firsts in many ways. The Bobcats finished with a 17-5 record, setting a school record for most wins in a season. The team also captured their first AMCC Championship and earned their first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. Although the season ended with a loss to nationally ranked Messiah in the NCAA Tournament, the program had established itself in the AMCC Conference and so did several individuals.  Coach Lysik became the first FSU women’s soccer coach to be voted AMCC Coach of the Year.  Senior Amy Foote became the FSU all-time leading scorer, finishing her outstanding career with 48 goals and 118 points.  She was named the AMCC’s Most Valuable Player after posting 17 goals and 9 assists in her senior year. Foote also became the first player in program history to earn first-team All-AMCC honors in each of her 4 years.  Another FSU goal scorer, freshman Karen Kotofski, also made her mark setting single-season school records with 21 goals and 49 points.  Kotofski was held scoreless for her first six collegiate matches, then exploded with 21 goals in her next 15 contests and was named to the AMCC All-Conference First Team as a result. Sophomore goalkeeper Stephanie Zych also added her name to the record books, establishing a single-season school record with 17 wins.

2001 Results

9/1 vs Hartwick W 1-0 (ot)
9/2 at Gwynedd Mercy W 1-0
9/4 Shepherd W 1-0 (ot)
9/6 Bethany (WV) W 5-1
9/8 vs. Lycoming W 3-1
9/9 at Dickinson L 1-2 (ot)
9/16 St. Mary’s W 5-1
9/18 Pitt-Greensburg W 5-0
9/22 Lake Erie W 11-0
9/23 at Villa Julie W 4-3
9/27 at Washington & Jefferson W 3-0
9/29 at Allegheny L 1-3
10/4 at La Roche W 3-1
10/6 at Pitt-Bradford W 9-0
10/7 PSU-Altoona W 10-0
10/10 Findlay L 2-4
10/13 at Keuka W 3-1
10/19 at Grove City W 1-0
10/20 at PSU-Behrend L 2-3
0/27 vs. La Roche W 4-2
10/28 at PSU-Behrend W 4-1
11/2 at Messiah L 0-7


2001 Seniors
Tanya Dudrow
Amy Foote
Danielle Foote
Tanya Dudrow
Amy Foote
Danielle Foote

The 2001 Team

No. Name Yr. Pos. High School (College)/Hometown
0/18 Alana Timulak Fr. GK North Star/Boswell , PA
1 Stephanie Zych So. GK Guilderland/Slingerlands, NY
2 Amy Foote Sr. F Patapsco/Baltimore, MD
3 Tiffany Parker Jr. F Northeast (Anne Arundel CC)/Pasadena, MD
4 Karen Kotofski Fr. F Northeast/Glen Burnie, MD
6 Jacquelyn Curry So. D McDonough/Waldorf, MD
7 Tiffany Limbacher So M Broadneck/Annapolis, MD
8 Danielle Foote Sr. M Patapsco/Baltimore, MD
9 Kim Dunbar Fr. D Leonardtown/Hollywood, MD
10 Christina Bleivik Jr. F Bartlett/Anchorage, Alaska
11 Becky Rambo Fr. M Hereford/Freeland, MD
12 Tanya Dudrow Sr. M Thomas Johnson/Frederick, MD
13 Megan Spencer Fr. F Loch Raven, Baltimore, MD
14 Aimee Sprague Fr. M/F Dennis-Yarmouth/Yarmouth, MA
15 Lynnea Finch Fr. D Franklin/Owings Mills, MD
17 Laurie Reinholt Fr. M/D Glasgow/Middletown, DE
19 Megen Majoros Fr. M/D Frederick/Frederick, MD
20 Erika Neuser Fr. F Fallston/Forest Hill, MD
21 Allison Ottey So. D Thomas Johnson/Frederick, MD
22 Alyse Reed Fr. M Cherry Hill/Cherry Hill, NJ

Head Coach: Carrie Lysik (Keuka ’96, 3rd season)
    Assistant: Becky Keller (Salisbury State ’97, 3rd season)