22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER 2007 Coastal Carolina Team and Roster ...... Inside Front Cover Coastal Carolina University Quick Facts Table of Contents/Quick Facts ...... 1 GENERAL 2007 Outlook ...... 2 Institution:...... Coastal Carolina University 2006 Season-in-Review ...... 3 Location: ...... Conway, South Carolina Founded: ...... 1954 2007 Lady Chanticleer Bios ...... 4-10 Enrollment: ...... 8,300 CCU Soccer Field ...... 11 Nickname: ...... Chanticleers Head Coach Rohan Naraine ...... 12 Pronunciation of Nickname: ...... SHON-ti-cleers Assistant Coach Tracey Leipold ...... 13 Colors: ...... Coastal Green, Bronze & Black Stadium: ...... CCU Soccer Field 2007 Opponents...... 14-15 Capacity: ...... 1,000 Coastal Carolina University ...... 16 Affi liation: ...... NCAA Division I Myrtle Beach, S.C...... 17 Conference: ...... Big South CCU Executive Offi cers ...... 18 President: ...... Dr. David DeCenzo Alma Mater/Year: ...... Maryland, 1978 CCU Athletic Department ...... 19 Athletics Director: ...... Warren D. “Moose” Koegel CCU Athletic Facilities ...... 20 Alma Mater/Year: ...... Penn State, 1971 NCAA Compliance ...... 21 Athletic Department Phone: ...... 843-349-2820 The ...... 22 Website: ...... www.GoCCUSports.com 2006 Big South Conference Standings and Honors ...... 23 COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ...... Rohan Naraine 2006 Big South Conference Team & Individual Leaders ...... 24 Alma Mater/Year ...... North Carolina Wesleyan, 1986 2006 CCU Results ...... 25 Record at Coastal Carolina (Years): ...... 13-6-1/1 year 2006 CCU Statistics ...... 26 Career Record (Years): ...... 55-79-4/seven years Offi ce Phone: ...... 843-349-2859 All-Time Roster and Statistics ...... 27 Assistant Coach: ...... Tracey Leipold CCU Single-Game Records ...... 28 Offi ce Phone: ...... 843-349-2418 CCU Single-Season Records ...... 29 Head Athletic Trainer: ...... Dwayne Beam CCU Career Records ...... 30 Women’s Soccer Trainer ...... Erin Miller CCU All-Time Honors ...... 30 TEAM INFORMATION 2006 Overall Record: ...... 13-6-1 Year-by-Year Results ...... 31 2006 Big South Record (Finish): ...... 6-2-0 (Second) Athletic Media Relations ...... 32 Starters Returning/Lost: ...... 6/5 Coastal Carolina Seniors ...... Inside Back Cover Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ...... 12/12 2007 Schedule ...... Back Cover Newcomers: ...... 13 HISTORY First Year of Women’s Soccer: ...... 2000 CREDITS Overall All-Time Record:...... 60-56-17 (.513) Editor/Design & Layout: Kent Reichert. Editorial Assistance: Tracey No. of Yrs. in NCAA Tournament: ...... N/A Leipold, John Martin, Dan Murphy, Colleen O’Connell, Rohan Naraine. Last NCAA Tournament Appearance: ...... N/A Photography: Bill Edmonds and Judy Galligan of the CCU Photography ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Department, Willis Glasgow of WG Sports Photos. Some photos courtesy Assistant AD for Media Relations: ...... John Martin of the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce. Printing: Multi-Ad Sports, Offi ce Phone: ...... 843-349-2822 Peoria, Illinois. Cover Design: Regis Minerd, CCU Marketing. E-mail Address: ...... [email protected] Copyright 2007 - Coastal Carolina University. Asst. Media Relations Director/Women’s Soccer Contact: ...... Kent Reichert Offi ce Phone: ...... 843-349-2840 WHAT IS A CHANTICLEER? Cell Phone: ...... 843-421-8244 E-mail address: ...... [email protected] The Chanticleer (SHON-ti-cleer) gives Coastal SID Assistant: ...... Dan Murphy Carolina University one of the most unique Offi ce Phone: ...... 843-349-2848 nicknames in all of sports. Chanticleer comes from E-mail address: ...... [email protected] Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and came to Coastal SID Assistant: ...... Colleen O’Connell when the University was a member of the University Offi ce Phone ...... 843-349-6467 of South Carolina system. E-mail address: ...... [email protected] SID Fax: ...... 843-349-2819 A Chanticleer is a rooster who rules the barnyard Mailing Address: ...... P.O. Box 261954 with cunning and wit. His competitiveness never ...... Conway, SC 29528 wanes as he battles to the end, using his brains to Overnight Address: ...... 132 Chanticleer Drive West come out on top every time...... Conway, SC 29526

22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 1 COASTAL CAROLINA 22007007 OOUTLOOKUTLOOK WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SOCCERSOCCER The return of 12 letterwinners and a recruiting class that the All-Big South Tournament Team. Both players, however, was voted the best in the Big South by the website Soccerbuzz. could miss games in the fi rst part of the season due to partici- com has Coastal Carolina head coach Rohan Naraine excited pating for New Zealand in the Women’s World Cup in China this for the 2007 season. The Lady Chanticleers return six starters September. from last season’s 13-6-1 team that advanced to the semifi nals Coastal will have a of the Big South Tournament and have added depth at all fi eld new goalkeeper for the positions and at goalkeeper. Coastal will be tested by a sched- fi rst time this season since ule that is front-loaded with NCAA Tournament teams, so depth 2003 as Jaclyn Stoll was will be crucial for a solid start to the 2007 season. one of nine seniors to “We have a good returning class,” Naraine said. “I think graduate from last year’s adding that with a couple of freshmen will be a good starting team. Naraine will bring lineup, and we’ll add some depth. It’s going to be an exciting in four keepers to camp, year. I think we’re going to be competitive and our goal is to including Britt Pecora, win the conference championship and earn an NCAA bid.” who redshirted last year Coastal returns two players that earned First Team All-Big and has two seasons of South honors last season. eligibility left. Senior Ashleigh Gunning “We’ve got some missed four games due great options,” Naraine to injury, but still tied for stated. “It’s also good for the lead in the Big South practice as they will push with 10 goals and had 22 each other. We’ve got points, tops in the confer- three freshmen coming in ence. Gunning was an who are very good. Britt All-Big South Tournament is coming back from a honoree after scoring two good spring. We’ll feel Junior Chelsea Terry was an goals in the 4-0 win over comfortable, if one keeper All-Big South Second Team Radford. Gunning could gets hurt, that we’ll be able selection in 2007. see a shift from up front to to bring in the second one.” the midfi eld this season. Sophomore Maegen ”Ashleigh had a great Hellberg started every game in Coastal’s backfi eld her fi rst fi rst season up top,” season and was named to the All-Freshman Team for her play. Naraine said. “We’re going Hellberg will play either in the back or the midfi eld this season. to switch her around a Junior Danielle DeSonia is one of the more athletic midfi elders little bit, more of a defen- on the squad and will be in the mix for playing time. DeSo- sive midfi elder this season. nia also had a great summer on her Under-19 team. Junior Junior Blair Monroe earned She’s a leader on the fi eld Heather Haupt and seniors Amanda Gelsomino and Jill and she’s a player we need All-Big South First Team honors Karelitz all will see time up front. Haupt scored four goals on out there so her health is for the second straight year. nine shots last year, including the game winner at High Point. crucial.” Gelsomino had three goals on the year and had the winner in Junior Blair Monroe overtime against Liberty. Karelitz is a three-year letterwinner backed up her Big South Freshman of the Year campaign by who has six career goals. Sophomores Samantha Teijelo and scoring eight goals and adding four assists her sophomore Stacey Dillon will battle for playing time in the midfi eld and up season. Monroe is a two-time First Team All-Big South honoree front, respectively. and is second on Coastal’s all-time scoring list behind Bobbie Coastal opens the 2007 schedule Monday, Sept. 3 at Wof- Parsons. Naraine is excited about the work Monroe put in the ford. That will be one of 13 games away from the CCU Soccer offseason. Field. Coastal is at 2007 NCAA Tournament quarterfi nalist Clem- “I think Blair’s worked hard in the offseason and you‘ll see son two nights later and travels to face Stetson and Jacksonville a difference in her,” Naraine stated. “I think the pressure is off in a tournament Sept. 7 and 9. The home schedule opens Sept. of her, which it was a little her sophomore year. She is more 12 against . The home slate also includes games confi dent and there will be some talented players around her up against Francis Marion and Presbyterian and Big South matches front.” against Charleston Southern, High Point and Radford. The Big Junior Chelsea Terry was an All-Big South Second Team South Tournament will take place Nov. 8-11 at Blackbaud Sta- selection for the second straight season in 2007. The Charles- dium in Charleston, S.C. ton, S.C., native had two assists as the Lady Chants’ sweeper The Big South might be as tight as ever in 2007, according and will look to anchor that position again this season. to Naraine. Senior Emma Humphries and redshirt junior Em- “I think the Big South is going to be stronger this year than ily McColl combined for six goals and four assists last year. last,” Naraine concluded. “Everyone has had a great recruiting Humphries played up front and started 16 games after coming class. It’s going to be, on the day, who plays best. It‘s going back from playing for New Zealand in the Under-20 Women’s to be an exciting year. It’s going to be a fi ght to win the regular World Cup. McColl was a rock in Coastal’s midfi eld, scoring season and the tournament to see who represents the confer- three goals and adding three assists. She also was named to ence in the NCAA Tournament.”

2 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 22006006 IINN RREVIEWEVIEW COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER The 2006 Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team tied the DUO NAMED TO ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM: The Coastal Caro- school record for most wins in a season and won its fi rst-ever lina University women’s soccer team had two players selected to Big South Tournament game on its home pitch. The Lady the 2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III University Chanticleers earned a second-place regular-season fi nish behind Women’s Soccer Second Team. Senior Simone Borucinski and Winthrop and advanced to the semifi nals of the conference redshirt sophomore Emily McColl were named to the team. tournament after a 4-0 win over Radford. Coastal had three Borucinski, who was a health promotion major with a players named to the All-Big South First and Second Teams, 3.74 grade-point average, played and started all 20 games for one Big South All-FreshmanTeam member, two All-Big South Coastal. She led Coastal with six assists and was third on the Tournament selections and two players named to the ESPN The squad with 12 points. McColl, who is a biology major with a Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. 3.98 grade-point average, played and started in all 20 games and had three goals and three assists for nine points. The Wel- COASTAL HAS FOUR ALL-BIG SOUTH HONOREES: The lington, New Zealand, native was named to the 2006 Academic Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer team had three All-Big South team players selected to the 2006 All-Big South Conference Team and had an All-Freshman Team honoree, the conference an- QUICK START FOR nounced at the Big South Tournament banquet. Sophomore McCOLL: Sopho- Blair Monroe and junior Ashleigh Gunning were named to more Emily McColl the fi rst team, while sophomore Chelsea Terry was a second scored just 25 sec- team selection. Freshman Maegan Hellberg was named to the onds into the 2-2 tie All-Freshman Team. against Wofford Sept. Monroe earned First Team All-Big South honors for the 4. McColl connected second year in a row, becoming the third player in Coastal his- on a 25-yard strike tory to earn the honor in back-to-back years. Monroe played that went over Wof- in all 20 games for the Lady Chanticleers and was second on ford goalkeeper Austin the team with 20 points. Gunning earned First Team honors Somers. It was the her fi rst season as a Lady Chanticleer. She led Coastal and the third-fastest goal in Big South with 22 points and 10 goals. Terry earned Second Coastal history. Team All-Big South honors for the second season in a row. The sweeper played in 17 games with 14 starts for Coastal and had NARAINE REACHES two assists on the year. Hellberg was part of the Big South’s MILESTONE IN VMI inaugural All-Freshman Team. The defender played and started WIN: Head Coach in all 20 games and helped the defense record fi ve shutouts on Rohan Naraine the season. won his 50th career game in Coastal’s 2-0 GUNNING, McCOLL NAMED TO ALL-BIG SOUTH TOUR- win over VMI, Oct. 8. Naraine is in his NAMENT TEAM: Redshirt sophomore Emily McColl Coastal Carolina Uni- fi rst season as head coach of Coastal after was named to the Big South’s All- versity women’s soccer Tournament and All-Academic Team junior Ashleigh Gun- two stints as an assis- ning and sophomore tant coach for the Lady Emily McColl were Chanticleers. Naraine named to the 2006 Big also has had head coaching stops at Coker College and South- South Women’s Soccer ern. All-Tournament Team, it was announced MONROE NAMED BIG SOUTH PLAYER OF THE WEEK: after the championship Sophomore Blair Monroe was named the Big South Confer- game of the 2006 Big ence Choice Hotels Women’s Soccer Player of the Week, the South Women’s Soccer conference offi ce announced Aug. 29. Monroe earns Player of Tournament. the Week honors for the third time in her career. Gunning and Mc- Monroe scored three goals in two games as the Lady Coll helped the Lady Chanticleers went 1-1 to start the season. She scored two goals Chanticleers to its in the second half in helping CCU to a 5-1 win in the season fi rst-ever win in the Big opener over West Georgia Aug. 25. She then scored Coastal’s South Tournament with lone goal in the fi rst half of a 4-1 loss to George Mason Aug. 27. a 4-0 victory over Rad- ford, Nov. 2. CCU also SENIOR NIGHT SUCCESS CONTINUES: Coastal celebrated made it to the semifi - Senior Night at the CCU Soccer Field with a 1-0 win over UNC nals for the fi rst time Junior Ashleigh Gunning earned Asheville, Oct. 21. Coastal honored its eight seniors at halftime since 2001. Gunning First Team All-Big South and All-Big of the match. Coastal has won its last four games held on Se- had two goals in the win nior Night and the Lady Chanticleers outscored their opponent over the Highlanders. South Tournament honors in 2006. 11-0 in those games. 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 3 COASTAL CAROLINA 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SOCCERSOCCER ##2323 AAMANDAMANDA GGELSOMINOELSOMINO MM/F/F - R-Sr.R-Sr. - 5-75-7 - Johnston,Johnston, R.I./JohnstonR.I./Johnston (Univ.(Univ. ofof NewNew England)England)

2006: Played in all 20 games for Coastal with four starts... Scored three goals, including two game winners, for six points... Scored the game-winning goal in Coastal’s 2-1 win over Liberty Sept. 24... Had the game’s only goal in a 1-0 win over UNC Asheville Oct. 21... Scored a goal in a 2-1 loss to Francis Marion Sept. 24.... Took 12 shots on the year, including fi ve against FMU... Prior to Coastal: Played one year of soccer at the University of New England... Was First Team All-Commonwealth Coastal Conference in 2004... Attended the University of Tampa in 2003-04, but did not play soccer... High School: Was a four-year starter at Johnston High School in Johnston, R.I... Was a Second Team All-State selection her senior year... Ended her career with 113 goals... Was a Wendy’s High School Heisman Trophy fi nalist... Was a four-time First Team All-Division and All-Tournament member... Also played softball at Johnston... Played Olympic Development Program soccer in 2001-02... A member of the National Honor Society and was on the Honor Roll... Personal: Full name: Amanda Marie Gelsomino... Daughter of William and Donna Gelsomino... Majoring in health promotions.

AMANDA GELSOMINO’S OVERALL STATISTICS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW 2006 20-4 12 3 0 6 2 ##77 AASHLEIGHSHLEIGH GUNNINGGUNNING M - Sr.Sr. - 5-75-7 - BatonBaton Rouge,Rouge, La./MagnetLa./Magnet (LSU)(LSU)

2006: Played in 16 games for Coastal with 15 starts... Led the Big South with 22 points and tied for the lead with 10 goals... Also added two assists... Was named to the All-Big South First Team and was an All-Big South Tournament member... Scored two goals in the Lady Chanticleers’ 4-0 win over Radford in the fi rst round of the Big South Tournament... Had two of Coastal’s three goals in a 3-1 win over Birmingham-Southern Sept. 15... Had a goal and an assist against Winthrop Oct. 4... Converted on a penalty kick in a 4-3 win over High Point Oct. 28... Had a goal and an assist in the opener against West Georgia Aug. 25... Had the game-winning goal against Appalachian State Sept. 2... Attempted 55 shots on the year... Prior to Coastal: Played at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La., in 2003... Started in all Southeastern Conference matches for the Tigers... Was a medical redshirt her sophomore year... High School: Went to Baton Rouge Magnet High School her senior season... Was a First Team All-Louisiana honoree... Helped Magnet to the state semifi nals... Went to McKinley High School her fi rst three seasons, where she was a two-time all-state honoree... Helped the Panthers to a state title her junior season... Also was the state’s Most Valuable Player that season... Was a three-time All-Metro (Baton Rouge Area) First Team selection... Played for the Olympic Development Program regional team from 1999-2003, was on the Louisiana State Team in 1999-2003 and was part of the ODP National Pool in 1999-2000... Attended adidas’ ESP camp twice while in high school... Won state titles in outdoor track and tennis while at McKinley... Participated in student government and was part of the Louisiana Youth Orchestra... Personal: Full name: Sarah Ashleigh Gunning... Daughter of Steve and Rosemary Gunning... Played for the Cocoa Express in the W-League in the summer of 2006... Majoring in communications with a journalism minor at Coastal.

ASHLEIGH GUNNING’S OVERALL STATISTICS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW 2006 16-15 55 10 2 22 1

4 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER ##1111 EEMMAMMA HHUMPHRIESUMPHRIES F - Sr.Sr. - 5-55-5 - Wellington,Wellington, NewNew Zealand/SamuelZealand/Samuel MarsdenMarsden CollegeCollege (Cal(Cal StateState Fullerton)Fullerton)

2006: Played in 17 games with 16 starts for the Lady Chanticleers... Had three goals and an assist for seven points... Converted on a penalty kick in a 2-0 win over Campbell Sept. 11... Tallied the game-winning goal Sept. 15 in a 3-1 win over Birmingham-Southern... Scored Coastal’s fi rst goal in a 4-3 win over High Point Oct. 28... Assisted on the game-winner in a 2-0 win over VMI Oct. 8... Had 28 shots on the year, 11 of them on goal... Prior to Coastal: Played at Cal State Fullerton for two seasons ... Appeared in 16 games for the Titans her freshman season, starting six... Had an assist in a victory over Idaho... High School: Went to Samuel Mardsen Collegiate School in Wellington, New Zealand... Played soccer, touch rugby and cricket... Was on the New Zealand Women’s Under-19 squad in 2004... Personal: Full name: Emma Louise Humphries... Daughter of Neil and Ann Humphries... Was the captain of the Under-20 New Zealand team in 2006 and is also on the World Cup National Team... Majoring in psychology.

EMMA HUMPHRIES’ OVERALL STATISTICS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW 2006 17-16 28 3 1 7 1 ##1414 JJILLILL KKARELITZARELITZ MM/F/F - Sr.Sr. - 5-35-3 - Columbia,Columbia, S.C./DutchS.C./Dutch ForkFork

2006: Played in 14 games with one start vs. Francis Marion Oct. 24... Had three shots on the year with two in the 2-0 win over Campbell Sept. 11... 2005: Played in 15 games for the Lady Chants... Had two goals and two assists for six points... Had the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Elon Aug. 26... Also scored in Coastal’s 3-1 win over Georgia Southern Sept. 15... Had two assists in the 6-4 win over Longwood Sept. 29... Took fi ve shots on the year... 2004: Played in 19 of Coastal’s 20 games... Was second on the team with four goals and added an assist for nine points... Her point total was third on the team... Scored the game-winning goal Sept. 10 in a 2-1 win over Old Dominion... Had two goals and an assist in CCU’s 6-0 win over Erskine Nov. 2... Scored her fi rst collegiate goal Aug. 31 in a win over Western Carolina... Tallied 10 shots on the season... High School: Four-year letterwinner and starting forward at Dutch Fork, where she earned All-Region honors and helped the Silver Foxes to the regional title as a sophomore and junior... Was named the NSCAA/adidas South Carolina Player of the Year as a junior, and earned NSCAA/adidas All-American honors... Named AAAA Female Player of the Year by The State and earned a spot on the AAAA All-Area team as a junior... Helped the second-ranked Silver Foxes to a 21-2 record her junior season, earning All-State accolades... Led her team to the fi nals of the Viking Cup her junior and senior seasons, earning All-Tournament honors both times... Also led the team in scoring as a sophomore and junior, and was second on the team as a rookie... Six-year member of the SC ODP team, playing and training in Germany during the summer of 2002... Played for the Greenville Futbol Club team... Was a member of the Spanish National Honor Society, National Honor Roll, and Who’s Who Among American High School Students... Personal: Full name: Jill Elizabeth Karelitz... Daughter of Steve and Cheryl Karelitz.. Majoring in business administration - marketing. JILL KARELITZ’S OVERALL STATISTICS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW 2004 19-0 10 4 1 9 1 2005 15-0 5 2 2 6 1 2006 14-1 3 0 0 0 0 Career 48-1 18 6 3 15 2 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 5 COASTAL CAROLINA 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SOCCERSOCCER ##1515 EEMILYMILY McCCOLLOLL ##1919 DDANIELLEANIELLE DeSSONIAONIA R-Jr. - 5-5 - M Jr. - 5-6 - D/M Wellington, New Zealand Fairfax Station, Va. Hutt Valley Hayfield Secondary 2006: Played and started in all 20 games for the 2006: Played in 18 games for Coastal with Lady Chanticleers... Had three goals and three assists three starts... Had one shot attempt against for nine points, which tied for fi fth on the team... UNC Asheville Oct. 21... Made starts vs. West Was named to the All-Big South Tournament team... Georgia, Elon and High Point... 2005: Played in Had the game- all 19 games for Coastal with eight starts... winning goal in a 5-1 win over West Georgia Had an assist in Coastal’s 2-1 overtime win Aug. 25... Had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 over Wofford Sept. 21... Attempted three win over Appalachian State Sept. 2... Scored shots on the year... High School: Was a just 25 seconds into the game in a 2-2 tie four-time varsity letterwinner at Hayfield against Wofford... Was named a Second Team Secondary... Played in every varsity game Academic All-District by ESPN The Magazine since her freshman year for the Hawks and and CoSIDA... Had assists in wins over VMI and was a captain her senior year... Earned Patriot Longwood... Attempted 32 shots on the year, District honorable mention honors her senior 15 on goal... 2005: Was granted a medical season... Helped the Hawks to a Patriot District redshirt and retained three years of eligibility... runner-up performance her sophomore and 2004: Played and started all 20 games for junior seasons and a regional semifi nal berth Coastal, one of four players to start every CCU her junior year... Her high school team had contest... Had three goals and four assists for an undefeated regular season her sophomore 10 points... Was second on the team in points season... Helped club team Chantilly Inter and ranked 10th in the Big South in assists... Had a goal and an assist in games against Milan to a state and region title and a third- Radford Oct. 9 and Erskine Nov. 2... Had 41 place fi nish at nationals in 2006... Also played shots on the year, including fi ve in a win over for the Northern Majestics Super Y... Old Dominion Sept. 10... Had the team’s lone goal against Charleston Southern Was a six-year member of the Virgina State Oct. 13... High School: Captained the Hutt Valley 1st Eleven squad in 2001, 2002 ODP team... Ran cross country and played at Hayfi eld Secondary in and 2003, earning National Secondary Schools Tournament MVP honors all three the ninth and 10th grade... Was a Hayfi eld Secondary PTSA scholarship winner... years... Was the captain of the New Zealand Secondary Schoolgirls Team in 2003... Helped the PWSI Cardinals to an Under-19 state and region title and national Was the Most Valuable Player and Most Promising Player for the Petone Club in runner-up fi nish in 2007... Personal: Full name: Danielle Leigh DeSonia... 2003... Was on the Under-19 National Academy team in 2003... Was nominated for Daughter of Carl and Robin DeSonia... Holds a second degree black belt in Tae the Wellington College Sportsperson of the Year in 2002... Personal: Full name: Kwon Do... Is majoring in accounting at Coastal. Emily McColl ... Daughter of Rob and Debby McColl... Will play for New Zealand in the 2007 Women’s World Cup... Is majoring in biology at Coastal. DANIELLE DESONIA’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW EMILY MCCOLL’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL 2005 19-8 5 0 1 1 0 Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW 2006 18-3 1 0 0 0 0 2004 20-20 41 3 4 10 0 Career 37-11 6 0 1 1 0 2005 Medical Redshirt 2006 20-20 32 3 3 9 1 Career 40-40 73 6 7 19 1 ##2626 HHEATHEREATHER HAUPTHAUPT Jr. - 5-2 - M ##00 BBRITTRITT PECORAPECORA Springfield, Va. R-Jr. - 5-5 - GK West Springfield Myrtle Beach, S.C. 2006: Played in 18 games for the Lady Chants, Socastee (Presbyterian) making a start Oct. 18 against Charleston Southern... 2006: Redshirted and has two years of eligibility Had four goals, remaining... Prior to Coastal: Played two seasons which is third on the team, and an assist for in Clinton, S.C... Played in for nine points... Scored the game-winning 12 games with nine starts her sophomore season... goal with eight seconds remaining in a 4-3 Had a 2.01 goals-against-average and one shutout while making 32 saves... Had win over High Point Oct. 28... Had both 10 saves versus Mars Hill Oct. 15... Started 13 games her freshman season, goals in a 2-1 win over Longwood Oct. 16... fi nishing with four shutouts, a 1.58 GAA and 60 saves... Recorded eight saves in a Assisted on the game-winning goal in CCU’s South Atlantic Conference Tournament semifi nal match vs. Tusculum... Earned the 2-1 win over Liberty Sept. 24... Scored in Coaches Award during the 2004-05 season... High School: Was a two-time “Toast Coastal’s 3-1 win over Alabama A&M Sept. of the Coast” selection by the Myrtle Beach Sun News while playing at Socastee High School in Surfside Beach, S.C... Was the starting keeper for the Braves and 17... Has nine shot attempts this season... also scored six goals apiece her junior and senior seasons... Played club soccer 2005: Played in eight games for the Lady for the Grand Strand Girls Calypso team from 2000-04... Also was on the state Chanticleers... Scored a goal, the game- select team in 2000 and 2001... Personal: Full name: Brittany Anne Pecora... winner, in her fi rst-ever game at CCU in a Daughter of Maryanne and Neal Robinson and Philip Pecora... Stepfahter, Neal 6-4 win over Longwood Sept. 29... High Robinson, was a goalkeeper for Coastal from 1993-96 and is in the CCU Athletic School: Played four years of varsity soccer Hall of Fame... Majoring in business management at Coastal. at West Springfi eld High School … Was a 6 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER co-captain her senior year … Helped the Spartans to a regional quarterfi nal her senior season… Was a First-Team All-Patriot District AAA and First-Team All-Northern Region Group AAA as a junior… Earned Second-Team All-Virginia ##1212 CCHELSEAHELSEA TERRYTERRY High School Coaches Association her junior year... Played club soccer for Vista United the last two years, scoring 55 goals and 39 assists… Personal: Full Jr. - 5-5 - D name: Heather Michele Haupt… Daughter of Rick Haupt and Renee Lafond- Charleston, S.C. Cautill… Is majoring in early childhood education. James Island HEATHER HAUPT’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL 2006: Played in 17 games with 14 starts for the Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW Lady Chants... Was named to the All-Big South 2005 8-0 1 1 0 2 1 2006 18-1 9 4 1 9 2 Second Team for the second straight season... Career 26-1 10 5 1 11 3 Had two assists on the season in wins over Longwood and The Citadel... Part of the CCU defense that has recorded a 1.43 goals- against average and fi ve shutouts... 2005: ##55 BBLAIRLAIR MMONROEONROE Played and started in all of Coastal’s 19 games… Was a Second Team All-Big South Jr. - 5-2 - F Team honoree... Tied for fourth on the team Little River, S.C. with three assists… Assisted on the game- winning goal in Coastal’s 2-1 overtime win North Myrtle Beach over Wofford Sept. 21… Also had assists in 2006: Played in all 20 games with 19 starts for wins over Georgia Southern and Charleston Coastal... Was named an All-Big South First Team Southern… Helped the Coastal defense to member for the second straight season... Scored fi ve shutouts on the season and a 1.58 goals eight goals and added four assists for 20 points... against average… Attempted six shots on Finished fi fth in the Big South in points and the year... High School: Was a four-year tied for third in goals... Had game-winning letterwinner at James Island High School in goals against Campbell and The Citadel... Charleston, S.C... Selected to the All-State Was named the Big South Player of the Week Team her junior and senior seasons... Was Aug. 28 after scoring three goals in games a two-time member of the Super 18 team as selected by SCSoccer.com... against West Georgia and George Mason... Was a three-time All-Lowcountry Team selection... Was on the Coaches All- Was named the Big South Conference’s State Team her junior season... Played club soccer for the Charleston United Preseason Player of the Year... Assisted on Fusion... Helped the Fusion to a U.S. Club Soccer Region Championship in the game’s fi rst goal in CCU’s 4-0 Big South 2003... Played for the S.C. Satte Select Team the past three years... The Tournament Quarterfi nal win over Radford team won the S.C. Snickers Challenge Cup in 2005... Personal: Full name: Nov. 2... Had a point in 11 of Coastal’s 20 Chelsea Marjorie Terry... Daughter of Ralph and Dianne Terry... Is majoring games... Had goals in League games against in chemistry at Coastal. Liberty and Radford... Attempted 52 shots... 2005: Played in all 19 games for Coastal with 16 starts… Was named the Big South CHELSEA TERRY’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL Freshman of the Year and was on the First Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW Team All-Big South... Also was selected to 2005 19-19 6 0 3 3 0 2006 17-14 0 0 2 2 0 the Big South All-Tournament Team... Led Career 36-33 6 0 5 5 0 the team and tied for fi rst in the Big South with 17 goals, breaking Coastal’s single-season goals record… Also tied for 11th in the country in goals per game (0.89/g)… Led the team with 36 points… Scored a goal in the Big South Tournament Quarterfi nal match against Charleston Southern Nov. 3... ##1616 CCORIEORIE COLESCOLES Had two hat tricks on the year in wins over Chattanooga and Longwood… Scored multiple goals in fi ve games this season… Was a two-time Big South So. - 5-4 - M Player of the Week (Sept. 13 and Oct. 4)… Had three game-winning goals in a row Sept. 4-10… Had seven goals in seven Big South games... High Pilesgrove, N.J. School: Was a four-year letterwinner at North Myrtle Beach High School... Woodstown (Lynchburg College) Scored 134 goals in her high school career... Was a Four-Time All-Region selection and a two-time “Toast of the Coast” Player of the Year selection by Prior to Coastal: Played one season the Myrtle Beach Sun News... Also was named to the “Toast of the Coast” at Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Va... team her freshman and sophomore seasons... Was a four-time selection Scored a goal and added an assist on the to the Michael Nash All-Tournament Team... Named to the Super 18 Team year... Attempted 20 shots on the year... by SCSoccer.com... Played for the Grand Strand Girls Calypso 18 Challenge Scored a goal in Lynchburg’s 6-0 win over Emory and Henry... club team for two seasons... Scored the most goals in the league her senior High School: Was a four-year starter at Woodstown High School year... Was named to the National Honor Society at North Myrtle Beach... Personal: Full name: Blair Kathleen Monroe... Daughter of Edward and Elyse in Woodstown, N.J... Earned All-Area honors all four years and was Monroe... Majoring in health promotions at Coastal. a two-time First Team All-Conference selection... Named to the All- South Jersey Second Team for two seasons... Helped the Wolverines BLAIR MONROE’S STATISTICS AT COASTAL to a 17-3-1 record in 2004... Earned the William Sibley Award while Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW at Woodstown... Also lettered in track and softball... Personal: 2005 19-16 68 17 2 36 3 Full name: Corie M. Coles... Daughter of Edwin and Stacy Coles... 2006 20-19 52 8 4 20 2 Career 39-35 120 25 6 56 5 Sister Jessica played at Lynchburg... Undecided on a major at Coastal.

22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 7 COASTAL CAROLINA 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SOCCERSOCCER semifi nalist... Was on the National Honor Society and was an Honor Roll student... Played for two seasons with current Chant Stacey ##2222 SSTACEYTACEY DILLONDILLON Dillon... Personal: Full name: Maegen Claire Hellberg... Daughter of Richard and Mary Hellberg... Is majoring in biology at Coastal. So. - 5-3 - M/F

Canton, Mich. MAEGEN HELLBERG’S OVERALL STATISTICS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW Plymouth 2006 20-20 1 0 0 0 0 2006: Played in 13 games for the Lady Chanticleers... Recorded an assist at Francis Marion Oct. 24... Had three shot attempts on the season, ##3333 SSAMANTHAAMANTHA TTEIJELOEIJELO with two coming against Appalachian So. - 5-4 - M/F State Sept. 2... High School: Played Holmdel, N.J. her senior season at Plymouth High School in Canton, Mich... Also played Holmdel on the Michigan Hawks Soccer Club in 2006: Played in 15 games with four starts 2005... Was a three-time letterwinner for the Lady at Providence High School in Charlotte, Chanticleers... N.C... Earned All-Conference honors her Recorded an junior season, helping the Panthers to assist in the 3-1 win over Alabama a state quarterfi nal berth... Played on the same team as current teammate A&M Sept. 17... Attempted seven Meagan Hellberg... Played for the shots on the year... Had two shot Charlotte Metro Stars Soccer Club attempts against Winthrop Oct. 4... while in North Carolina... The club was state champions during High School: Was a four-year varsity her freshman year... Also played in the Super Y League... Ran letterwinner at Holmdel High School cross country her junior season... Was an Honor Roll student... in Holmdel, N.J... Named to the Class Personal: Full name: Stacey Lynne Dillon... Daughter of Timothy A Central All-Division Team her junior and Cheryl Dillon... Majoring in communications with a business season... Also was her team’s Most minor at Coastal. Valuable Player... Was the team captain her senior season... Named to the North STACEY DILLON’S OVERALL STATISTICS Shore B All-Division Team her freshman Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW 2006 13-0 3 0 1 1 0 and sophomore campaigns... Also ran track at Holmdel... Played club soccer for FC Vision Blackthorn, helping her team to a victory in the Ft. Dix Tournament and the Baltimore Bays College Showcase... Personal: Full name: Samantha Elizabeth Teijelo... Daughter of Manolo and Suzanne Teijelo... ##1010 MMAEGENAEGEN HELLBERGHELLBERG Majoring in business at Coastal. So. - 5-6 - D/M SAMANTHA TEIJELO’S OVERALL STATISTICS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GW Charlotte, N.C. 2006 15-4 7 0 1 1 0 Providence 2006: Played and started in all 20 games for Coastal this season... Was named to the Big South’s inaugural All- Freshman Team... Had one shot on the year against Winthrop Oct. 4... Part of the CCU defense that has recorded a 1.43 goals-against average and five shutouts... High School: Lettered three years for Providence High School in Charlotte, N.C... Helped the Panthers to a state quarterfi nal berth her junior season... Was named to the All-Southwestern 4A Team her junior season... Named the Defender of the Year by her teammates... Scored seven goals and added six assists... Was the captain of the Charlotte Soccer Club, which was a State Cup

8 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER ##11 AAMYMY HAGGARDHAGGARD ##3030 EERINRIN LUSKLUSK Fr. - 5-8 - GK Fr. - 5-6 - F/M Sylva, N.C. New Richmond, Ohio Smoky Mountain New Richmond High School: Was a four-year letterwinner High School: Was a four-year starter in soccer at Smoky Mountain High School for New Richmond High School in New in Sylva, N.C... Was the Western Athletic Richmond, Ohio... Was the team’s Offensive Conference Player of the Year and Goalkeeper Player of the Year her senior season... Was of the Year her senior season... Was a two-time All-Conference named to the Division II Southwest All-Star Team her junior and senior member... Was named a team captain her junior and senior seasons... campaigns... Was the Lions’ leading scorer in 2005... Played club soccer Also lettered in volleyball and basketball at Smoky Mountain... Earned for Beechmont SC Premier for seven seasons... Played for Dallas Inter First Team All-Conference honors in basketball her junior season and and Select Soccer in Atlanta, Ga., for one and two years, respectively... helped the Mustangs to a state championship her senior year... Played Was an Honor Roll student at New Richmond... Personal: Full name: club soccer for the Smoky Mountain Soccer Club from 2004-06... Was Erin Morgan Lusk... Daughter of John and Michelle Lusk... Plans to in the Honors Show Choir and was part of the Fellowship of Christian major in marine science at Coastal. Athletes at Smoky Mountain... Personal: Full name: Amy Louise Haggard... Daughter of Bill and Linda Haggard... Plans to major in sports management at Coastal. ##99 SSARAARA NNILESILES Fr. - 5-2 - M ##88 KKELSEYELSEY HAVELLHAVELL Elgin, Ill. Fr. - 5-6 - M/D Elgin Arlington Hts., Ill. High School: Was a four-year starter for Buffalo Grove Elgin High School in Elgin, Ill... Was a three- time All-Area selection by the Daily Herald... High School: Was a four-year starter for Was a captain her last three seasons and Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, was a two-time team Most Valuable Player... Earned All-Upstate Eight Ill... Was a three-time all-Mid Suburban East Conference honors for the third time her senior season... Named to the player for the Bison... Named to the All-Area All-Sectional team in 2007... Was Elgin’s Athlete of the Year in 2006- team by the Daily Herald her junior and senior seasons as well as being 07 and is in the Maroons’ Hall of Fame... Also played basketball and an All-Sectional performer... Scored 11 goals her junior campaign... volleyball at Elgin and was an all-conference performer in basketball Was a three-time captain for the Bison... Also played basketball and her senior year... Played with Coastal freshman Kelsey Havell for the volleyball at Buffalo Grove... Played club soccer for KUFC Premier, the KUFC Premier club soccer team from 2005-07... Helped the team win 2005 US Soccer National Champions and the 2006 runners-up... On a US Soccer National Championship in 2005... Played for the Chicago the honor roll seven semesters at Buffalo Grove ... Personal: Full United Breeze in the WPSL in the summer of 2007... Was a three-time name: Kelsey Anne Havell... Daughter of Dave and Robyn Havell... Academic All-Upstate Eight member and a National Honor Society Plans to major in exercise science at Coastal. member... Personal: Full name: Sara Carolyn Niles... Daughter of Steve and Sue Niles... Mother, Sue, played soccer at Texas A&M... Plans to major in health promotions/exercise science at Coastal. ##1313 LLAURENAUREN KKIESIES Fr. - 5-7 - F/M ##00 KKARENAREN PAVLICKPAVLICK South Huntington, N.Y. St. Anthony’s Fr. - 5-11 - GK Middletown, N.Y. High School: Was a two-year starter at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington, Minisink Valley N.Y... Helped the Friars advance to the state High School: Was a three-year starting championship game all four years, with wins goalkeeper at Minisink Valley High School her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons... Scored 13 goals her in Slate Hill, N.Y... Helped the Warriors to a junior season... The team was ranked nationally by Sports Illustrated Section IX sectional fi nal her senior season... in 2006... Was named to the Exceptional Seniors Team her senior Was a co-captain for the Warriors her senior year... Helped her team year... Played club soccer for Long Island Select ODP for fi ve years... win the Section IX Conference her sophomore and junior seasons... Also was on the nationally ranked East Meadow Magie Soccer Club Helped the Town of Wallkill Red Devils to an Empire Cup fi nal in 2006 team... Played basketball and lacrosse at St. Anthony’s... Personal: and a KSC Tournament champion in October of 2006... Was an Honor Full name: Lauren Elizabeth Kies... Daughter of Thomas and Maryann Roll student at Minisink Valley... Personal: Full name: Karen Lindsy Kies... Sister Lindsay played soccer at Coastal Carolina in 2005... Pavlick... Daughter of Allen and Susan Pavlick... Plans to major in Undecided on a major at Coastal. business management at Coastal. 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 9 COASTAL CAROLINA 22007007 LLADYADY CCHANTICLEERSHANTICLEERS WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SOCCERSOCCER ##3232 HHEATHEREATHER PECKPECK ##1818 TTIANAIANA TALLENTTALLENT Fr. - 5-6 - D Fr. - 5-0 - M/F Bainbridge Island, Wash. Rock Hill, S.C. Bainbridge Northwestern High School: Was a two-year letterwinner at High School: Was a four-year starter at Bainbridge High School in Bainbridge Island, Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, S.C... Wash... Her senior season was cut short by an Selected to the All-South Carolina team her ACL injury... Honored as the Best Team Player senior season... Also was named to the All- her senior year... Helped the Spartans advance to the state playoffs her Region III team her four years with the Trojans... Participated in the South junior season... Honored as the Most Coachable Player her junior year... Carolina North/South All-Star Game and was voted a team captain... Was Also earned two varsity letters in crew... Played club soccer for the North part of the state’s Super 22 team in 2007... Named to the York County All- Kitsap Fuego United for three years and for the Temecula Murrieta Soccer Area Team all four years... Earned the school’s Top Trojan Award her junior Club in California for four seasons... Helped the Washington State Premier year... Also ran cross country and played basketball for the Trojans... Was a League team to two state quarterfi nal appearances... Personal: Full name: member of the SC ODP Team... Played club soccer for the Northside Soccer Heather Michelle Peck... Daughter of Scott and Andrea Peck... Plans to major Club... Helped them win the Carowinds Invitational and the Atlanta Cup in in resort and tourism management at Coastal. 2005... Was a member of the Beta Cup and the National Honor Society at Northwestern... Personal: Full name: Tiana Nichole Tallant... Daughter of Betsy Tallant... Plans to major in psychology at Coastal. ##3737 MMEGANEGAN PREISPREIS Fr. - 5-7 - GK ##22 AANNANNA TUPYTUPY West Dundee, Ill. Fr. - 5-3 - F Jacobs Alexandria, Va. High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Thomas Edison Jacobs High School in Alqonquin, Ill... Was an All-Fox-Valley Conference performer her junior High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at and senior seasons... Was the team captain and Thomas Edison High School in Alexandria, Va... Most Valuable Player her senior year... Also played basketball and ran cross Was named the District’s Player of the Year her country at Jacobs... Was the basketball team’s captain her sophomore year senior season... Was a two-time First Team All- and the Most Valuable Player her freshman season... Played club soccer with District and Honorable Mention All-Met performer... Was a Second Team Kelsey Havell and Sara Niles for the KUFC Premier... Helped the club to a All-Regional selection and earned Honorable Mention All-Met in 2007... Was Best of the Midwest championship in 2004 and a Dallas Cup semifi nal berth a First Team All-Extra by the Washington Post her senior season... Was a in 2005... Personal: Full name: Megan Elizabeth Preis... Daughter of Gary Second Team All-District selection her junior season... Played fi eld hockey and Deanna Preis... Plans to major in marketing at Coastal. for the Eagles, garnering First Team All-District honors her senior season... Played club soccer for the VISTA Hotshots from 2004-07, helping them to a runner-up state fi nish in 2005 and a semifi nal berth in nationals in 2006... Was on the Honor Roll for three years at Thomas Edison... Personal: Full ##33 CCOLLEENOLLEEN SCHOHLSCHOHL name: Anna Lynn Tupy... Daughter of John and Sueann Tupy... Brothers John and Stephen played college soccer at Temple and North Carolina Wesleyan, Fr. - 5-6 - D/M respectively... Plans to major in business at Coastal. Brecksville, Ohio Brecksville-Broadview Heights ##66 MMAGGIEAGGIE WILDINGWILDING High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Fr. - 5-7 - M in Broadview Heights, Ohio... Named to the Williamsburg, Va. Southwestern Conference First Team and was an All-Greater Cleveland Third Team member her senior season... Helped the Lafayette Bees to an SWC and a sectional championship in 2006.. Helped Brecksville High School: Was a four-year starter at to three conference championships and a runner-up in her junior year... Lafayette High School in Williamsburg, Va... Was Was an Athlete of the Week by the Sun Newspapers her senior season... a four-time First Team All-District selection and Led the team in assists her sophomore year... Played club soccer for the helped the Rams to three district championships Internationals Soccer Club from 1998-2004... Helped the team to six State despite injuries her junior and senior seasons... Helped Lafayette to a region Championships and two National Indoor Championships... Was a four-year semifi nalist in 2007 and a state quarterfi nal berth in 2006... Was a three- Honor Roll student and an SWC Scholar-Athlete... Personal: Full name: time First Team All-Region performer... Also played fi eld hockey at Lafayette, Colleen Ann Schohl... Daughter of John and Bridget Schohl... Plans on earning First Team All-District and All-Region honors her sophomore season... majoring in fi nance at Coastal. Played club soccer for the VA Rush Nike, helping them to a state quarterfi nal berth... Was an Honor Roll student at Lafayette... Personal: Full name: Margaret Ann Wilding... Daughter of Artie and Mary Lynn Wilding... Plans to major in sociology at Coastal. 10 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE CCCUCU SSOCCEROCCER FFIELDIELD COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER The Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer team has called the CCU Soccer Field home since the 2002 season. The Lady Chanticleers opened the fi eld with a 2-1 win over Appalachian State Sept. 1, 2002, and have won 64 percent of their games on the home turf. Coastal Carolina and the CCU Soccer Field hosted the 2006 Big South Women’s Soccer Championships and the men’s squad hosted Davidson in a fi rst round NCAA Tournament game in 2003. The CCU Soccer Field featured a full-size pitch with natural grass and bleacher seating on the East size of the complex. A press box and new scoreboard were installed in 2004 and improvements to the aesthetics of the fi eld have been ongoing. Coastal opens the 2007 home schedule Wednesday, Sept. 12 against The Citadel.

CCU SOCCER FIELD YEAR-BY YEAR RECORD 2000 4-4-1 .500 2001 3-5-1 .389 2002 5-2-2 .667 2003 5-1-1 .786 2004 5-2-1 .688 2005 7-2-0 .778 2006 6-2-0 .750 Total 35-18-6 .644


The Coastal Carolina The 2008 Rohan Naraine Women’s Soccer camps will take University women’s soc- place on the Coastal Carolina campus June 22-25. There will cer team was honored be a half-day camp for ages 6-12 and a residential camp for with the Team Academic ages 10-18. Award from the National The day camp is designed to offer an enjoyable and re- Soccer Coaches Associa- warding learning experience in the game of soccer. Emphasis tion of America (NSCAA) is placed on developing and improving the fundamentals of for the fi fth consecutive each camper and promoting a better understanding of the year, the organization game. The residential camp is designed to give fi eld players and announced. goalkeepers of all ability levels training in basic and advanced The Lady Chan- techniques on an individual level in smaller groups. The ses- ticleers earned a spot sions will be designed technically and tactically to develop after earning a cumula- the players to their fullest potential. tive 3.0 grade-point-average or higher during the 2005-06 All of the camp staff members will be college players academic year. Coastal had a 3.29 cumulative GPA and was and coaches with one of 235 colleges and universities in the country to earn experience on the this honor. women’s collegiate In addition, Emily McColl, Simone Borucinski level. and Heather Barnes all were named to the NSCAA/adidas For more infor- Scholar All-South Region Honorable Mention after the 2007 mation on the 2008 season. Rohan Naraine Women’s Soccer Camp, please call (843) 421-6908.


Rohan Naraine begins his second season as the head coach of the Coastal Carolina University women’s soccer program. Naraine was elevated from assistant to head coach in January of 2006 and had immediate success in the 2006 season. Coastal went 13-6-1 in the 2006 campaign, including going 6-2 in the Big South for a second-place regular-season fi nish. The Lady Chanticleers then hosted the Big South Tournament and defeated Radford 4-0 in the quarterfi nals for Coastal’s fi rst-ever tournament victory. Naraine coached three All-Big South players (Ashleigh Gunning, Blair Monroe and Chelsea Terry), two All-Big South Tournament members (Gunning and Emily McColl) and an All-Big South Freshman Team honoree (Maegan Hellberg). The 2006 team tied the 2005 squad for most wins in a season (13) and Naraine guided CCU to a 6-2 record at the CCU Soccer Field. Coastal had 40 goals in 2006, led by Gunning’s 10, while the Lady Chants led the Big South in goals, points, goals per game and assists per game. Naraine also earned his 50th career coaching victory Oct. 8 in a 2-0 win over VMI. Naraine is very familiar with CCU women’s soccer, having served as an assistant coach during the 2002 and 2005 seasons. In 2005, he helped the Lady Chants win a school-record 13 games, with the squad leading the Big South in goals (52), assists (43) and points (147) along with four All-Big South Team honorees, including the Freshman of the Year in Blair Monroe. During the 2002 season, Naraine helped the Lady Chants to their fi rst winning season in school history and helped bring in a recruiting class that would be part of a Big South regular season championship in 2003. Between his two stints at Coastal, Naraine spent the 2003 and 2004 seasons as the head women’s soccer coach at Southern University. Naraine was Southern’s fi rst-ever head coach, and in the inaugural 2003 season, he led the Jaguars to a third-place fi nish in the Southwestern Athletic Conference and a 6-7 overall record. Naraine brings 20 years of coaching experience to the Lady Chants, coaching at the high school, collegiate and international levels. He spent four years as the head coach of Coker College’s women’s soccer program before his fi rst stint at Coastal. Naraine is a native of Guyana, South America, and grew up in London, England. He lived in England for 10 years before moving to the United States at the age of 16. In America, Naraine played soccer at Theodore Roosevelt High in Washington, D.C. He was team captain of the 1980 State Championship team and was selected the Washington Post’s “Player of the Year.” Naraine played collegiate soccer for nationally-ranked North Carolina Wesleyan College, helping lead the program to the NCAA Division III National Tournament in 1984. Naraine was the team captain and selected to the All-South Region teams in 1983 and 1984. His playing career ended in 1984 due to a knee injury, but he remained at NC Wesleyan as an assistant coach of the men’s and women’s programs during the 1985 and 1986 seasons. Prior to accepting the position at Coker in 1998, Naraine spent eight years at Beaufort Academy in Beaufort, S.C., where he served as Athletic Director and Head Coach of the boys’ and girls’ soccer programs. His teams won eight state championships and he was tabbed South Carolina’s Coach of the Year eight consecutive seasons. Naraine is a staff member of the men’s and women’s Guyana National Teams that compete in the CONCACAF region. In 1999, Naraine was chosen to the coaching staff of Guyana’s Men’s Olympic Soccer Team. He also is a state coach for the South Carolina Girl’s Soccer Olympic Development Program. Naraine holds a FIFA Olympic License along with his NSCAA National Coaching License. Naraine and his wife, Nalini, also a Guyana native, were married in 1995 in Guyana. They have a six-year old daughter, Nikki.


Tracey Leipold will start her second season as an assistant coach for the Coastal Carolina women’s soccer program. Leipold will be Coastal’s goalkeepers coach as well as assist in all aspects of the women’s soccer team. Leipold helped the Coastal goalkeepers to a 1.43 goals-against-average in 2006, including fi ve shutouts by Jaclyn Stoll. She also helped garner the 2007 recruiting class that was ranked the best in the Big South by Soccerbuzz.com. Leipold has head coaching experience, as she led the Lees-McRae women’s soccer team from 2001-05. She also was an athletic counselor at the college during that time. Leipold was an assistant at Lees-McRae from 1997-2001 which included coaching the goalkeepers for the Lady Bobcats. Leipold spent the 2005-06 year at The Sport Source, Inc., in Plano, Texas, where she was a combine coordinator and college planner. Leipold did her undergraduate work at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, N.Y., where she was a four-year starting goalkeeper for the Dolphins from 1991-94. She also earned her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. Leipold earned a Master’s of Arts degree in school counseling from Appalachian State University in 2001. SSUPPORTUPPORT STAFFSTAFF BBrianrian KKentent EErinrin GGabrielabriel RReicherteichert MMilleriller Strength and Media Relations - Athletic Trainer - Conditioning - Fifth Year Second Year Second Year

Brian Gabriel is Kent Reichert is Erin Miller is in in his second year in his fi fth year as her second year as at Coastal Carolina the Assistant Media an Assistant Athletic University as the Relations Director Trainer at Coastal Head Strength & at Coastal Carolina Carolina University. Conditioning Coach. University, with primary responsibility for Miller arrived in Conway following two Certified by the National Strength & women’s soccer, women’s basketball and years at the University of Nebraska, where Conditioning Association, Gabriel arrived in . she served as a graduate assistant athletic Fall 2006 from Columbia University, where he Reichert joined the staff from Kent State trainer. While at Nebraska, she worked with had been the Assistant Strength Coach and University, where he served as the Assistant the track and fi eld, softball and cheerleading Director of Football Strength and Performance Sports Information Director since November teams, handling primary trainer duties for for four years. There he developed and 2000. There, he served as the primary media the softball squad. She also served as a implemented a comprehensive strength contact for KSU’s nationally-ranked fi eld camp trainer for the Nebraska wrestling and speed program for individual teams, hockey and men’s programs, as well as camps. While in Lincoln, Miller worked on concentrating on position-specifi c athletes. women’s basketball, wrestling and softball. her master’s degree in nutrition, which she Prior to his time at Columbia, Gabriel had He also assisted with game-day duties for received in December of 2006. spent one year at Trinity (Texas) University football and men’s basketball. Miller started her collegiate career at as the Head Strength and Conditioning Reichert earned his bachelor’s in public Baylor University, where she was a student Coordinator, as well as one year in the relations in 1999 and master’s in sports athletic trainer from 2000-2004. She worked same position with the Detroit Dogs of the administration in 2001 from Kent State, with the football, track and fi eld and women’s American Basketball Association, who won during which time he served as a student tennis teams during her four years in Waco, the ABA’s World Championship that year. assistant and graduate assistant in the while earning her bachelor’s degree in Also while at Columbia, Gabriel earned his sports information offi ce. He was the media education with a focus on health, fi tness, master’s degree in biobehavioral science- relations coordinator for the 2001 NCAA Field recreation and athletic training. physical education in 2006. He started his Hockey Championships and assisted the Miller was married in the summer of collegiate career at University of Incarnate men’s basketball SID at the 2002 NCAA Men’s 2006 to husband Terry and the couple resides Word, where he obtained a bachelor’s in Basketball Tournament when the Golden in Myrtle Beach. psychology with a minor in sociology. Flashes made their run to the Elite Eight. Gabriel, his wife Guadalupe and son Zion He also has worked as the offi cial scorer for reside in Myrtle Beach. fi ve years with the Akron Aeros, the Double-A affi liate of the Cleveland Indians. 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 13 COASTAL CAROLINA 22007007 OOPPONENTSPPONENTS WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SOCCERSOCCER CCharlestonharleston SSouthernouthern Buccaneers TThehe CitadelCitadel Bulldogs Location: Charleston, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 14/1 Location: Charleston, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 11/4 Colors: Blue and Gold Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Colors: Citadel Blue and White Starters Returning/Lost: 9/3 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 7 Conference: Southern Newcomers: 8 Athletic Director: Hank Small Soccer S.I.D.: Blake Freeland Athletic Director: Les Robinson Soccer S.I.D.: Megan Chambers Head Coach: Eric Terrill S.I.D. Phone: 843-863-7687 Head Coach: Bob Winch S.I.D. Phone: 843-953-5120 Asst. Coach: Heather Orman S.I.D. Fax: 843-863-7676 Asst. Coach: Jamie Stewart S.I.D. Fax: 843-953-5058 Series Record: CSU leads 4-2-3 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: Coastal leads 4-0 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record (Conf): 5-10-3 (2-6) Web site: www.csusports.com 2006 Record (Conf): 1-17-2 (0-9-1) Web site: www.citadelsports.com

CClemsonlemson Tigers CCollegeollege ofof CharlestonCharleston Cougars Location: Clemson, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 18/6 Location: Charleston, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 19/2 Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Colors: Maroon and White Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Conference: Atlantic Coast Newcomers: 6 Conference: Southern Newcomers: 6 Athletic Director: Dr. Terry Don Phillips Soccer S.I.D.: Libby Kehn Athletic Director: TBA Soccer S.I.D.: Marcel Portout Head Coach: Todd Bramble S.I.D. Phone: 864-656-4218 Head Coach: Kevin Dempsey S.I.D. Phone: 843-953-5465 Asst. Coach: Tatum Clowney S.I.D. Fax: 864-656-0299 Assts.: Tim Santoro, Keith Wiggans S.I.D. Fax: 843-953-6534 Series Record: Clemson leads 1-0 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: CofC leads 1-0-2 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record (Conf): 11-8-5 (5-3-2) Web site: www.clemsontigers.com 2006 Record (Conf): 8-9-2 (6-4) Web site: www.CofCSports.com

FFrancisrancis MMarionarion Patriots HHighigh PointPoint PPanthersanthers Location: Florence, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 12/4 Location: High Point, N.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 21/5 Colors: Red, White and Blue Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Colors: Purple and White Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Conference: Independent Newcomers: 8 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 5 Athletic Director: Murray Hartzler Soccer S.I.D.: Michael G. Hawkins Athletic Director: Dr. Woody Gibson Soccer S.I.D.: Brian Morgan Head Coach: Marty Beall S.I.D. Phone: 843-661-1222 Head Coach: Michelle Rayner S.I.D. Phone: 336-841-4605 Asst. Coach.: Kristi Eyler S.I.D. Fax: 843-661-4645 Asst. Coach: Will Benningfi eld S.I.D. Fax: 336-841-9182 Series Record: FMU leads 1-0 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: Series tied 4-4 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record: 11-5-3 Web site: www.fmarion.edu 2006 Record (Conf): 4-15 (3-4) Web site: www.highpointpanthers.com

JJacksonvilleacksonville Dolphins LLibertyiberty Flames Location: Jacksonville, Fla. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 15/6 Location: Lynchburg, Va. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 14/7 Colors: Green and Gold Starters Returning/Lost: 12/5 Colors: Red, White and Blue Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Conference: Atlantic Sun Newcomers: 9 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 9 Athletic Director: Alan Verlander Soccer S.I.D.: TBA Athletic Director: Jeff Barber Soccer S.I.D.: Ryan Bomberger Head Coach: Chris Kouns S.I.D. Phone: 904-256-7478 Head Coach: James Price S.I.D. Phone: 434-582-2292 Asst. Coach: Amanda Schneider S.I.D. Fax: 904-256-7179 Asst. Coach: Adam Godwin S.I.D. Fax: 434-582-2076 Series Record: Coastal leads 1-0 S.I.D. E-mail: TBA Series Record: Liberty leads 6-2 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record (Conf): 11-10-1 (4-5) Web site: www.judolphins.com 2006 Record (Conf): 9-7-2 (5-2-1) Web site: www.LibertyFlames.com

LLongwoodongwood Lancers UUNCNC AAshevillesheville Bulldogs Location: Farmville, Va. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 15/8 Location: Asheville, N.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 18/5 Colors: Blue and White Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Colors: Royal Blue and White Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Conference: United Soccer Conference Newcomers: 7 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 2 Athletic Director: Troy Austin Soccer S.I.D.: Greg Prouty Athletic Director: Janet Cone Soccer S.I.D.: Mike Gore Head Coach: Todd Dyer S.I.D. Phone: 434-395-2097 Head Coach: Michele Cornish S.I.D. Phone: 828-251-6923 Asst. Coach: Steve Brdarski S.I.D. Fax: 434-395-2568 Asst. Coach: Greg Garrison S.I.D. Fax: 828-251-6386 Series Record: Coastal leads 3-0 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: Coastal leads 4-2-1 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record: 11-5-3 Web site: www.longwoodlancers.com 2006 Record (Conf): 10-7-3 (4-2-2) Web site: www.uncabulldogs.com

NNorthorth FFloridalorida Ospreys PPresbyterianresbyterian Blue Hose Location: Jacksonville, Fla. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 14/11 Location: Clinton, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 10/7 Colors: Navy Blue and Gray Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Colors: Blue and Garnet Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Conference: Atlantic Sun Newcomers: 3 Conference: Big South (transitional) Newcomers: 9 Athletic Director: Dr. Richard Gropper Soccer S.I.D.: Kristian Martin Athletic Director: Dr. William B. Carlton Soccer S.I.D.: Brian Hand Head Coach: Linda Hamilton S.I.D. Phone: 904-620-4025 Head Coach: Brian Purcell S.I.D. Phone: 864-833-8252 Assts.: Carmen Watley, S.I.D. Fax: 904-620-2821 Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: First Meeting S.I.D. Fax: 864-833-8323 Series Record: First Meeting Web site: www.UNFOspreys.com 2006 Record: 8-10 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record (Conf): 11-6-2 (5-3-1) Web site: www.presby.edu/bluehose RRadfordadford Highlanders SStetstontetston Hatters Location: Radford, Va. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 14/8 Location: DeLand, Fla. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 21/6 Colors: Red and White Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Colors: Hunter Green and White Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 13 Conference: Atlantic Sun Newcomers: 4 Athletic Director: Greig Denny Soccer S.I.D.: Brian Stanley Athletic Director: Jeff Altier Soccer S.I.D.: Brian Petrotta Head Coach: Ben Sohrabi S.I.D. Phone: 540-831-5211 Head Coach: Julie Orlowski S.I.D. Phone: 386-82-8130 Asst. Coach: James Ashley S.I.D. Fax: 540-831-5556 Asst. Coach: Rod Kenney S.I.D. Fax: 386-822-8132 Series Record: Coastal leads 5-2-2 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: Coastal leads 1-0 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record: 7-11 (3-5) Web site: www.ruhighlanders.com 2006 Record (Conf): 12-8-1 (7-1-1) Web site: www.gohatters.com

UUSCSC UpstateUpstate Spartans VVMIMI Keydets Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 9/9 Location: Lexington, Va. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 9/7 Colors: Dark Green, White and Black Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Colors: Red, White and Yellow Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Conference: Atlantic Sun Newcomers: 11 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 7 Athletic Director: Mike Hall Soccer S.I.D.: Adam Walker Athletic Director: Soccer S.I.D.: Christian Hoffman Head Coach: Kandal Reyes S.I.D. Phone: 864-503-5166 Head Coach: Bryan Williams S.I.D. Phone: 540-464-7514 Asst. Coach: Anna Baker S.I.D. Fax: 864-503-5127 Asst. Coach: TBA S.I.D. Fax: 540-464-7583 Series Record: Series tied 1-1 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: Coastal leads 4-0 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record: 6-10-2 Web site: www.upstatespartans.com 2006 Record (Conf): 5-12 (0-8) Web site: www.vmikeydets.com 14 22007007 MMEDIAEDIA GGUIDEUIDE 22007007 OOPPONENTSPPONENTS COASTAL CAROLINA WWOMEN’SOMEN’S SSOCCEROCCER WWagneragner Seahawks WWinthropinthrop Eagles Location: Staten Island, N.Y. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 13/5 Location: Rock Hill, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 14/5 Colors: Green and White Starters Returning/Lost: 7/5 Colors: Garnet and Gold Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Conference: Northeast Newcomers: 10 Conference: Big South Newcomers: 6 Athletic Director: Walt Hameline Soccer S.I.D.: Kevin Murawinski Athletic Director: Tom Hickman Soccer S.I.D.: Gustavo Zanette Head Coach: Mike Minielli S.I.D. Phone: 718-390-3213 Head Coach: Melissa Heinz S.I.D. Phone: 803-323-2129 x6067 Asst. Coach: TBA S.I.D. Fax: 718-390-3347 Asst. Coach: Jonathan Brabson S.I.D. Fax: 803-323-2433 Series Record: First Meeting S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] Series Record: Series tied 2-2 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record (Conf): 2-16 (2-7) Web site: www.wagnerathletics.com 2006 Record (Conf): 13-5-3 (6-1-1) Web site: www.winthropeagles.com

WWoffordofford Terriers Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Letterwinners Return/Lost: 23/5 Colors: Old Gold and Black Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Conference: Southern Newcomers: 8 Athletic Director: Richard A. Johnson Soccer S.I.D.: Travis Woods Head Coach: Amy Kiah S.I.D. Phone: 864-597-4092 Asst. Coach: Fields Brown S.I.D. Fax: 864-597-4129 Series Record: Tied at 3-3-1 S.I.D. E-mail: [email protected] 2006 Record (Conf): 6-7-4 (3-5-2) Web site: www.woffordterriers.com CCoastaloastal WWomen’somen’s SSocceroccer vvs.s. AAll-Timell-Time OOpponentspponents

Opponent Record Home Road Neutral OT GF-GA Last Result Alabama A&M 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-1 9-17-06 W, 3-1 Anderson 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-0 9-5-03 W, 5-0 Applachian State 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-1 1-0 0-0-2 5-3 9-2-06 W, 2-1 Army 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 9-2-05 L, 1-3 Birmingham-Southern 3-3-2 2-0-1 1-1-1 0-2 0-0-2 14-11 9-15-06 W, 3-1 Campbell 2-2 0-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 5-7 9-11-06 W, 2-0 Charleston Southern 2-4-3 2-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-0-3 16-15 10-18-05 L, 0-2 Chattanooga 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-1 9-4-05 W, 3-1 Clemson 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 9-28-03 L, 0-2 0-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-2 2-4 10-21-03 T (2ot), 1-1 Elon 2-4-1 1-2 1-2 0-0-1 0-0-1 4-11 9-7-06 L, 0-2 Erskine 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-0 11-2-04 W, 6-0 Francis Marion 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 10-24-06 L, 1-2 Furman 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-13 9-15-02 L, 2-4 Gardner-Webb 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-4 9-23-01 L, 0-3 George Mason 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4 8-27-06 L, 1-4 Georgia Southern 1-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-2 9-15-05 W, 3-1 High Point 4-4 2-1 2-2 0-1 0-1 16-18 10-28-06 W, 4-3 IPFW 0-0-1 0-0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-1 1-1 11-1-02 T (2ot), 1-1 Jacksonville 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 3-2 9-11-05 W, 3-2 Liberty 2-6 2-3 0-3 0-0 1-0 4-12 11-3-06 L, 0-3 Longwood 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 10-5 10-16-06 W, 2-1 Louisiana-Lafayette 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 8-31-03 W, 1-0 Louisiana State 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 8-29-03 L, 1-2 Maine 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 9-3-04 L, 0-1 North Florida First Meeting Old Dominion 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-1 9-10-04 W, 2-1 Ohio State 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 9-14-03 L, 1-3 Presbyterian First Meeting Radford 5-2-2 4-0 1-2-1 0-0-1 0-0-2 18-12 11-2-06 W, 4-0 Samford 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 0-0-1 0-0 10-22-04 T (2ot), 0-0 USC Upstate 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 10-28-01 L, 1-3 South Carolina State 3-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 28-0 9-7-03 W, 11-0 Stetson 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 9-10-05 W, 1-0 The Citadel 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 16-0 9-26-06 W, 2-0 UNC Asheville 4-2-1 3-0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0-1 10-8 10-21-06 W, 1-0 UNC Greensboro 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-7 9-12-04 L, 1-7 UNC Wilmington 0-5 0-2 0-3 0-0 0-1 5-12 9-8-04 L, 2-3 VMI 4-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 15-1 10-8-06 W, 2-0 Wagner First Meeting West Georgia 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-1 8-25-06 W, 5-1 Western Carolina 2-4 2-1 0-3 0-0 0-1 9-11 10-8-05 W, 2-0 Winthrop 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-0 7-7 10-4-06 L, 2-4 Wofford 3-3-1 0-2 2-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 13-10 9-4-06 T, 2-2 (2OT) All Opponents 60-56-16 35-18-5 19-33-7 6-5-4 3-4-16 245-200

Bold indicates 2007 opponents


The Campus The Coastal campus comprises 52 main buildings on 302 acres including the Bur- roughs & Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies and the Coastal Science Center, located on the East Campus at the Atlantic Center on Highway 501. The Uni- versity also offers courses in Myrtle Beach, the Waccamaw Center for Higher Education in Litchfi eld and in Georgetown. Waties Is- land, 1,062 acres of pristine barrier island on the Atlantic coast, provides a natural laboratory for extensive study in marine science and wetlands biology. Students enrolled in Coastal’s Professional Golf Man- agement program staff Quail Creek Golf Club at Coastal Carolina University, a public 18-hole golf facility located adjacent to the campus.

Academic Programs Coastal Carolina University offers baccalaureate degree programs in 39 major fi elds of study and 37 undergraduate minors. The University also offers six master’s degree programs in education, instructional technology, and coastal marine and wetland studies.Coastal’s growing array of international programs take students to places such as Australia, Costa Rica, Cuba, England, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Germany, India, Japan and Russia. Coastal Carolina University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the baccalaureate and master’s degrees. The E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The Spadoni College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the South Carolina State Board of Education. Coastal Carolina University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. The Department of Computer Science is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Founded: 1954 (In 1993, the South Carolina Legislature passed legislation that Finances established Coastal Carolina University as an independent, public institution, Tuition for 2007-2008 ending a more than 30-year affi liation with the University of South Carolina.) In-state: $3,800 per semester Out-of-state: $8,295 per semester Student Profi le Residence Halls Enrollment $3,340 per semester includes meal plans, student health services and Internet 8,049 students access. South Carolina residents: 60 percent Out-of-state residents: 39 percent from 44 states Financial Aid International students: 1 percent from 32 countries Total federal funds: $14.1 million Male students: 42 percent Total fi nancial aid awarded: $26 million Female students: 58 percent Students with fi nancial aid: 66 percent Average SAT score for fi rst-time freshmen: 1,047 Budget Faculty Total current funds: $105 million Full-time faculty members: 233 State appropriations: 12 percent of total current funds Faculty members with doctoral or terminal degrees: 79 percent Economic impact: $203 million Student to faculty ratio: 19:1