FSU Women's Soccer

NCAA Division III Women's Soccer
in Frostburg, Maryland



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NCAA Tournaments
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Brian Parker
bparker@frostburg.edu
Soccer Office:
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The 2010 FSU Women's Soccer Team
CAC Tournament Finalist, ECAC South Region Finalist
17-4-1  (6-2 CAC)
2010 FSU Team
The 2010 FSU Women's Soccer Team
 

Records and Facts of Note for 2010:

         earned our highest ever semester GPA with a team average 3.47

         had 3 Seniors named to NSCAA Scholar All-Region Teams (the most ever in 1 season)

         won 17 games while scoring 77 Goals (14th Best Offense in the Nation)

         shut out 14 opponents allowing only 13 goals (2nd fewest in FSU History and 27th best in the Nation)

         made our 12th Consecutive Appearance in our Conference Championship Game

         made our 10th Consecutive Post-Season Tournament Appearance (NCAA or ECAC)

         were regionally ranked in the South Atlantic Region Poll for 8 weeks (as high as #7)

         placed 4 players on All-Conference Teams

         in our first year in the CAC, had FSU players lead the Conference in Goals, Assists, Points, Save %, and Goals Against Avg.

         Sophomore Amanda Wharton tied the FSU seasonal scoring record with 27 goals
(good for 3rd in the Nation in Division III in 2010 year)

         Senior Lauren Russell finished her career as the All-Time FSU Assists Leader (39)
and climbed to 2nd on the Career Goals Scored List (64)

         4 FSU Seniors set new records for games played at FSU with 88 (or 87) appearances (that’s every game played at FSU in 4 years!)

 
2010 Schedule/Results:
9/1/2010 E. MENNONITE Won 2-0
9/4/2010 vs Catholic Won 1-0
9/9/2010 at Hood Won 3-0
9/11/2010 vs Virginia Wesleyan College Lost 1-2
9/12/2010 at Christopher Newport Won 4-3
9/15/2010 ST. VINCENT Won 8-0
9/18/2010 JUNIATA Won 8-0
9/21/2010 MARYMOUNT Won 7-1
9/25/2010 at Mary Washington Won 2-1 (ot)
9/28/2010 MCDANIEL Won 5-0
10/2/2010 YORK Lost 1-2
10/5/2010 PITT-GREENSBURG Won 10-0
10/8/2010 WESLEY Won 7-0
10/13/2010 at Stevenson Lost 1-2
10/16/2010 ST. MARY’S Won 5-0
10/20/2010 at Penn St. Altoona Won 2-0
10/23/2010 at Salisbury Won 3-0
11/2/2010 CAC Semifinal-ST. MARYS Won 2-1
11/6/2010 CAC Final-at Stevenson Lost 0-1(OT)
11/10/2010 ECAC Round 1-LEBANON VALLEY Won 3-0
11/13/2010 ECAC Semifinal-ALVERNIA Won 1-0
11/14/2010 ECAC Final-MARYWOOD Tied 0-0 (1-4 Pks)
2010 Roster
# Yr. Position First Last
00 So GK Jessica Flewellyn
0 Jr GK Michelle Buckmaster
1 Jr GK Kristin Prochniak
3 So Def Megan Johnson
4 Fr For Adria Graham
5 Sr Def Heather Fleishell
6 Jr Def Nikki Rieland
7 Sr Mid Kierstin Stevenson
8 Sr Mid Shonna Ferree
9 So For Amanda Wharton
10 Sr For Lauren Russell
11 Jr Mid Olivia Winant
12 So Mid Heather Kinsey
13 Fr Def Kyrsten Buck
14 Jr Mid Cassie Donahue
16 So Def Liz Seligman
17 Sr Mid Taylor Jenkins
18 Fr Def Malory Brunett
19 So Def Erin Proctor
20 So Mid Dorie Gedridge
21 Fr Mid Chelsea Paskowski
22 Jr Mid Erin Ford
23 Jr Mid Jessica Kraemer
28 Fr For Stephanie Mueller
Head Coach: Brian Parker    Asst. Coaches: Jackie Donovan, Emmett Rutkowski
2010 FSU Soccer Seniors
The 2010 Senior Class:
Kierstin Stevenson, Taylor Jenkins, Heather Fleishell, Lauren Russell, and Shonna Ferree
 
2010 Awards Banquet
The 2010 Awards Banquet- Gunter Hotel

2009-2010 NSCAA Team Academic Award
(3rd Consecutive Annual Award)

2009-2010 Academic All-Conference Team:
Meische Cox, Cassie Donahue, Shonna Ferree, Jessica Flewellyn, Stephanie Gwinn,
Megan Johnson, Jessica Kraemer, Lauren Lentine, Kristin Prochniak, Erin Proctor,
Lauren Russell, Kierstin Stevenson, Amanda Wharton, Olivia Winant

Athletic Honors:

NSCAA All-Region: 
Heather Fleishell, Amanda Wharton

CAC All-Conference Players:
First Team: Heather Fleishell, Lauren Russell, Amanda Wharton
Second Team: Liz Seligman

2010 Annual Team Awards:
Scholar Athlete, Kierstin Stevenson
Offensive MVP, Lauren Russell
Defensive MVP, Heather Fleishell
Unsung Hero, Shonna Ferree
Most Improved Player, Erin Proctor
Best New Player, Taylor Jenkins
Most Sportsmanlike Player, Kierstin Stevenson