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The 2006 FSU Women's Soccer Season
AMCC Regular Season Champions (5th)
ECAC South Region Tournament
12-7 Overall   (9-0 AMCC)

2006 FSU Women's Soccer Team

Official FSU Media Guide for 2006 as a pdf file:  HERE

Season Summary

2006 was certainly a year of transition for the program marked by the arrival of 13 new players to the Fall roster.  After a tough 1-5 start to the season, the women’s soccer team won 11 games in a row to win the AMCC Regular Season Title with an undefeated conference record.  In the conference playoffs, FSU defeated Hilbert 2-1 before losing a hard-fought contest against Penn St-Behrend 2-1.  FSU was invited to participate in the ECAC South Region Tournament but was defeated by Westminster 2-0 in the first round.

A photo from our '06 Niagara Falls Trip: Niagara '06

2006 Results:

September 3

Richard Stockton


September 6

Eastern Mennonite 

Lost-0-1 (ot) 

September 10



September 13

at Catholic 


September 16

at Allegheny 

Lost-1-2 (ot) 

September 20

at Johns Hopkins 


September 23

at Lake Erie 


September 30



October 3


Won-1-0 (ot) 

October 7

at Hilbert 


October 10

at Penn State Altoona 


October 15

Penn State Behrend


October 18

at Mt. Aloysius 


October 21

at Pitt-Bradford 


October 24

La Roche 


October 26

Villa Julie 


November 1



November 4

Penn State Behrend 


November 9

at Westminster 


  2006 Team Banquet
The 2006 FSU Women's Soccer Team
Awards Banquet - steps of the Gunter Hotel Lobby - December 2006

Records and Facts of Note in 2006:
  •  6th Consecutive Post-Season Tournament Appearance
  •   4th Consecutive AMCC Regular Season Championship
  • undefeated in the AMCC Regular Season allowing only 1 goal
  •  set a new record for consecutive Shutouts in a Season at 9 in a row
  •  FSU had played 28 consecutive AMCC games over 3 years without a loss
  • a record 9 FSU players were selected to All-AMCC teams
Individual Awards and Recognitions:

Academic Honors:

2006 Academic All-Conference Team:
Amanda Banaszak, Jackie Donovan, Stephanie Gwinn, Sarah Huber, Kaleigh Herring,
Ali Keeney, Kendal Moss, and Molly Whyte

Athletic Honors:
Lindsay Hoffman-

NSCAA All-Region Team and AMCC Conference Player of the Year

AMCC All-Conference Players:

First Team: Stephanie Gwinn, Lindsay Hoffman, Lauren Lentine, Tori Walter
Second Team: Amanda Drake, Katie Emminger, Jennifer Naylor
Honorable Mention: Jackie Donovan, Kendal Moss

Team Award Winners:

Scholar Athletes: Tori Walter, So and Molly Whyte, Jr
Most Improved Player: Sarah Huber, Jr
Unsung Hero: Molly Whyte, Jr
Best New Player: Lauren Lentine, Fr
Offensive Most Valuable Player: Lindsay Hoffman, Sr
Defensive Most Valuable Player:
Jackie Donovan, So

Lindsay Hoffman - 2005-2006 Lindsay Hoffman-from 2005 Season
2006 Senior- Lindsay Hoffman

Only the 3rd Regional All-American in FSU women’s soccer history, Lindsay started all 39 games in her 2-years at FSU after transferring from Division I East Tennessee State.  She had an immediate impact on the success of the team scoring 17 goals and assisting 14 others over two seasons.  She led the team in scoring as a Senior Captain and was named AMCC Conference Player of the Year - the 4th FSU player in 6 years to earn that honor.  A true take-on artist with the ball, Lindsay’s dynamic athleticism, skill, pace, and also her sense of humor - will truly be missed at FSU.

2006 Team

2006 FSU Women's Soccer Team

Front Row (L-R):. Kiley Williams, Tori Walter, Amber Roehling, Kaleigh Herring, Sarah Huber, Kendal Moss, Christine Fitzgerald, Anita Wickerham, Ali Keeney, Lindsay Hoffman
 Back Row (L-R):  Liz Neroni, Lauren Lentine, Amanda Drake, Tricia Richardson, Molly Whyte, Stephanie Gwinn, Jen Naylor, Morggan McGill, Katie Owings, Katie Emminger, Melody Pereira, Kelly Sanzone, Amanda Banaszak, Jackie Donovan.

2006 Trip to Swallow Falls
Our 2006 Trip to Swallow Falls

2007 Alumni Game
FSU Players and Alumni gather in the stadium after the Spring Alumni Game-  April, 2007