Women's Soccer

2010 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament Central

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2010 NCAA Women's Soccer
First and Second Rounds
November 12 & 14, 2010
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium (10,000)
Columbus, Ohio

Schedule Of Events

Friday, November 12, 2009
Game 1 5 p.m. Ohio State - 1, St. Francis (Pa.) - 0 (2OT) (Recap | Gametracker | Live Video)
Game 2 7:30 p.m. Dayton - 3, Virginia Tech - 0 (Recap | Gametracker | Live Video)
 
Sunday, November 14, 2009
Game 3 1 p.m. Ohio State - 0, Dayton - 0 (2OT) PK=OSU-4,DAY-2 (Recap | Gametracker | Live Video)

 

Ticket Prices
$8 Adults
$5 Students

 

General Info
• 2010 Tournament Bracket
• 2010 Interactive Bracket
• Columbus, Ohio
• Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium
• Directions to Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

 

Team Info

Ohio State Buckeyes
Under the direction of 14th-year head coach Lori Walker, the Buckeyes went 14-4-1 in the regular season and were co-champions of the Big Ten with an 8-2-0 record. This is Ohio State's sixth NCAA tournament appearance and third in the last four seasons.

• Roster
• Stats

Probable Starters
GK - Katie Baumgardner; Defenders - Lauren Beachy, Cassie Dickerson, Megan Fuller, Liz Sullivan; Midfielders - Lauren Steuer, Tiffany Cameron, Courtney Jenkins, Kristen Niederhaus; Forwards - Paige Maxwell, Lauren Granberg

Statistical Leaders
Paige Maxwell - 10 goals, 1 assist, 21 points
Tiffany Cameron - 5 goals, 5 assists, 15 points
Lauren Granberg - 4 goals, 2 assists, 10 points
Liz Sullivan - 2 goals, 5 assists, 9 points

St. Francis (Pa.) Red Flash
Under head coach Brenda van Stralen, the Red Flash posted a 15-4-2 record overall, 8-2-0 in the Northeast Conference. The Red Flash also won the Northeast Conference Championship by defeating Long Island 1-0 in the championship game. This is the first tournament appearance and conference championship for St. Francis in the program's 25-year history.

• Roster
• Stats

Probable Starters
GK - Lauren Fearer; Defenders - Alecia McNiff, Katy LaBella, Jennifer Brennan, Haleigh Dunyon; Midfielders - Brianna Tata, Traci Flick, Stephanie Boulter; Forward - Chelsea Traurig, Tesa McKibben, Barbara Marcos de Carvalho

Statistical Leaders
Tesa McKibben - 15 goals, 9 assists, 39 points
Haleigh Dunyon - 10 goals, 3 assists, 23 points
Barbara Marcos de Carvalho - 5 goals, 11 assists, 21 points
Lauren Fearer - 11-2-2, 0.74 GAA, 82 saves, 8 shutouts

Virginia Tech Hokies
Under head coach Kelly Cagle, the Hokies posted a 10-9-1 record overall, 4-6-1 in the ACC. Virginia Tech lost to No. 3 North Carolina in the ACC championship game. This is the third consecutive tournament appearance for the Hokies after they advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2009, the furthest they have ever advanced in a tournament.

• Roster
• Stats

Probable Starters
GK - Dayle Colpitts; Defenders - Brittany Michels, Kelly Lynch, Kelsey Mitchell, Julia Goldsworthy; Midfielders - Kelly Conheeney, Brittany Popko, Jennifer Harvey; Forward - Jazmine Reeves, Katie Cramp, Marika Gray

Statistical Leaders
Jennifer Harvey - 6 goals,3 assists, 15 points
Kelsey Billups - 6 goals, 2 assists, 14 points
Jazmine Reeves - 5 goals, 1 assists, 11 points
Dayle Colpitts - 10-9-1, 0.65 GAA, 63 saves, 4 shutouts

Dayton Flyers
Under the guidance of 16th-year head coach Mike Tucker, the Dayton Flyers posted an 18-3-0 overall record, 8-1-0 in the Atlantic 10, while claiming the seventh A10 tournament title in school history. This will be the Flyers' seventh trip to the NCAA tournament, all with Tucker at the helm.

• Roster
• Stats

Probable Starters
GK - Lisa Rodgers; Defenders - Kathleen Beljan, Kelsey Miller and Allie Giner; Midfielders - Colleen Williams, Juliana Libertin, Tori Oelschlager, Emily Kenyon and Kelsey Owen; Forwards - Jerica DeWolfe and Kelly Blumenschein

Statistical Leaders
Colleen Williams - 17 goals, 11 assists, 45 points
Jerica Dewolfe - 6 goals, 6 assists, 18 points
Alexis Garcia - 6 goals, 2 assists, 14 points
Lisa Rodgers - 14-1-0, 0.60 GAA, 10 shutouts

 


 

 

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