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  • 2010 LADY VOL SOCCER SCHEDULE

    Date Opponent Time8/20 WESTERN KENTUCKY W, 3-0

    FIRST TENNESSEE LADY VOL CLASSIC Knoxville, Tenn.8/27 #14/12 MARYLAND L, 1-38/29 RICHMOND W, 2-1

    9/4 at #1 North Carolina L, 2-7

    SUN DEVIL DESERT CLASSIC Tempe, Ariz.9/10 at #25/24 Arizona State L, 2-49/12 vs. Arizona L, 1-3

    9/17 WISCONSIN L, 0-19/19 CHATTANOOGA W, 8-09/24 ARKANSAS* W, 2-19/26 LSU* T, 1-1 (2OT)10/1 VANDERBILT* 7 P.M.10/3 KENTUCKY* 2 P.M.10/8 at Mississippi State* 7 p.m. CT10/10 at Ole Miss* (CSS) 1 p.m. CT10/15 at Florida* 5 p.m.10/17 at South Carolina* (ESPNU) 2 p.m.10/21 at Auburn* 7 p.m. CT10/24 ALABAMA* (CSS) 2 P.M.10/29 GEORGIA* 7 P.M.

    SEC TOURNAMENT Orange Beach, Ala.11/3-11/7 TBA

    SEC TOURNAMENT Orange Beach, Ala.11/12 & 14 NCAA First/Second Rounds Campus Sites 11/19 & 21 NCAA Third Round Campus Sites11/26-28 NCAA Quarterfinals Campus Sites12/3 & 5 Womens College Cup College Station, Texas * denotes Southeastern Conference matchHOME GAMES IN ALL CAPS & boldRankings: NSCAA/Soccer America#rv -- receiving votes in poll at time of match

    UNIVERSITYLocation .................................... Knoxville, Tennessee Enrollment ........................................................... 27,107Founded ................................ 1794 as Blount CollegeNickname .................... Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols)Colors ............................................Orange and WhiteConference ................................. Southeastern (SEC)Home Field (Capacity) ..........Regal Soccer Stadium (3,000)Interim President .................................. Dr. Jan Simek Athletics Director ...................................Joan Cronan

    LADY VOL SOCCERHead Coach .................Angela Kelly (North Carolina 94/11th)Assistant Coach ................Joe Kirt (UW-Oshkosh 98/4th)Assistant Coach .....Keeley Dowling (Tennessee 05/3rd)2009 Overall Record ........................................... 8-9-32009 SEC Record ............................ 4-5-2/5th in East2009 Postseason ............SEC Tourney Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................. 18/5Starters Returning/Lost ............................................ 8/3Newcomers .....................................................................5

    2010 LADY VOL SOCCER SCHEDULE

    2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCERTennessee Lady Vol Media Relations -- Associate A.D. for Media Relations: Debby Jennings Associate Director: Eric Trainer Assistant Directors: Brian Davis (SOC Contact), Cameron Harris

    Graduate Assistants: Todd Mounce and Zach Stipe Student Assistant: Donnie Conley117 Stokely Athletics Center, Knoxville, Tenn., 37996-3110 (865) 974-1212 Fax (865) 974-8875 bdavis16@utk.edu

    Lets Keep This Unbeaten String Going! Tennessee heads into its second weekend of the Southeastern Conference campaign (versus Vanderbilt and Kentucky) on a season-long, three-match unbeaten streak after posting victories against Chattanooga (8-0, 9/19) and Arkansas (2-1, 9/24) and tying LSU (1-1, 2OT, 9/26). The 2009 version of the Lady Vol soccer team managed four-match unbeaten skeins on two different occasions, going 3-0-1 from Sept. 4-Sept. 13 (tie at #19 Minnesota; wins vs. Wisconsin, Memphis, Western Carolina) and 2-0-2 from Oct. 4-Oct. 16 (wins at Kentucky and versus Mississippi State; ties against Ole Miss and #11 Florida).

    The Series Records Against Vanderbilt and Kentucky In-state rival Vanderbilt has long been a thorn in the side of the Lady Vol soccer pro-gram. By holding a 9-6-2 all-time series advantage over Tennessee, the Commodores join Florida (11-7-2) as one of only two SEC soccer programs to own a winning mark against the Big Orange on the pitch. Since Angela Kelly took the head reins of the UT program prior to the 2000 campaign, however, the Lady Vols own a 6-5-2 advantage in the series between the two schools. Vanderbilt has won the last two meetings by identical 1-0 scores (Oct. 12, 2008 in Knoxville & Oct. 2, 2009 in Nashville) with the latter match-up requiring a single overtime. By posting a 1-0 victory during a televised broadcast in Lexington during the 2009 campaign, Tennessee extended its lead in the series against Kentucky to 11-7-0. UT has won 11 of the last 14 meetings between the programs after starting out 0-4 versus the Wildcats prior to Kellys program takeover in 2000. Hatchers Heroic Effort Hauls SEC Honor For her late match heroics during the come-from-behind, 2-1 SEC-opening triumph over Arkansas, Tennessee junior forward Chelsea Hatcher was rewarded with her first career selection as the SEC Offensive Player of the Week (9/27). The Cincinnati, Ohio, native fired off a team-high 10 shots versus the Razorbacks but it was her last one that truly counted, managing to beat diving UA keeper Britni Williams at the right post from about 22 yards out with just 2:48 left on the regulation clock. The goal marked Hatchers fourth of the season and her third career match-winning score.

    More Tennessee Offensive Power in 2010 Taking a look at this years Tennessee statistics in comparison to last years provides quite a shock from an offensive standpoint. Through the opening 10 matches of the 2010 campaign, the Big Orange has regis-

    Tennessee Lady Vol Soccer Contact: Brian Davis, Assistant Media Relations Director (865) 974-7478 (office)/(865) 696-7947 (cell) bdavis16@utk.edu

    TENNESSEE LADY VOL QUICK FACTS

    TENNESSEE LADY VOLS (4-5-1, 1-0-1 SEC)host Vanderbilt (4-5-1, 0-1-1 SEC) and Kentucky (6-4-0, 0-2-0 SEC)Knoxville, Tenn., October 1 & 3

    OPPONENTS FOR WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 3

    MATCH NOTES

    Vanderbilt(4-5-1, 0-1-1 SEC)

    Fri., Oct. 17 p.m.

    Kentucky(6-4-0, 0-2-0 SEC)

    Sun., Oct. 32 p.m.

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    2010 OVERALLScoring Statistics

    Points: 11 Chelsea HatcherGoals: 5 Emily DowdMatch-Winners: 2 Chelsea HatcherAssists: 3 Chelsea HatcherShots: 54 Chelsea Hatcher

    Goalkeeping StatisticsMinutes: 907:18 Molly BairdSaves: 46 Molly BairdGoals Allowed: 21 Molly BairdSave Percentage: .687 Molly BairdGoals Against Avg.: 2.08 Molly BairdSolo Shutouts: 1 Molly Baird

    2010 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCEScoring Statistics

    Points: 2 Chelsea Hatcher Kylie Bono Amy HarrisonGoals: 1 Three playersMatch-Winners: 1 Chelsea HatcherAssists: 1 Anna Fisher Emily Shore Ali HallShots: 17 Chelsea Hatcher

    Goalkeeping StatisticsMinutes: 200:00 Molly BairdSaves: 10 Molly BairdGoals Allowed: 2 Molly BairdSave Percentage: .833 Molly BairdGoals Against Avg.: 0.90 Molly BairdSolo Shutouts: 0 Molly Baird

    2010 TENNESSEE LADY VOL SOCCERtered 22 goals, 20 assists and 64 total points. COMBINING ALL 20 MATCHES OF THE 2009 SEASON, UT MANAGED TO POST TOTALS OF 23 GOALS, 17 ASSISTS AND 63 TOTAL POINTS. Weve previously discussed this years outstanding balance as 11 different Lady Vols have scored goals in 2010, the most at Rocky Top since the 2002 campaign when 14 different UT players performed the feat. Now Tennessee has eclipsed last years entire season total for assists and points and is just one score from equaling the 09 goal total in literally half the matches.

    We Cracked the Century Mark Tennessee picked up the 100th all-time home victory in program history against Arkansas on Sept. 24th as Chelsea Hatcher scored with 2:48 left in regulation to down the Razorbacks, 2-1. UT now sports an all-time home record of 100-33-6 (.741) after its 1-1 (2OT) tie against LSU on Sept. 26th. The mark certainly means a great deal at UT where winning on the home field has always been a top priority.

    Getting Off to a Good Start in SEC Play is Important The slate was clean heading into the Southeastern Conference campaign as everyone sported an untarnished league mark. With a 2-1, come-from-behind win over Arkansas on Sept. 24th, Tennessee improved to 9-5-1 all-time in SEC lidlifters and 7-3-1 in such match-ups under the guidance of 11th year head coach Angela Kelly. At the Regal Soccer Stadium in SEC schedule openers, UT is a sparkling 6-1-0 with the only loss occurring to No. 17 Vanderbilt back during the inaugural season of 1996. Dowds Doing Work! Junior forward Emily Dowd has really stepped up her scoring output recently, posting a pair of two-goal outputs during contests against No. 24 Arizona State and Chattanooga. Those efforts have moved the Gainesville, Fla., native into the SEC and national statistical rankings. Dowd is currently tied for fifth in the league in goals per match (0.56) and in goals scored and stands dead-locked for 10th in points per match (1.11). On a national level Dowd is 93rd in all of NCAA Division I in goals per contest as of Sept. 26th. Her previous career high for goals (two) and points (seven) in a single season came during her 2008 sophomore campaign.

    Quintets of Quality By a Pair of Lady Vols! Sophomore midfielder Kylie Bono and freshman midfielder Sanna Saarinen performed a feat during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19) that hadnt been pulled off by any Lady Vol soccer player since Emily Redberg back on Oct. 21, 2007, against Mississippi State. What was the feat you ask? Well let me tell you. Each of the players tallied FIVE POINTS versus the Lady Mocs via their FIRST TWO CAREER GOALS and an assist.

    Back on Track in a Big Way Tennessee snapped a four-match losing streak in a major way on Sept. 19th in Knoxville, hammering in-state foe Chattanooga by an 8-0 score. The eight goals and nine assists tied for the second-most in both categories during a single match in UT history. UTs 43 shots marked the fourth-highest total in school annals, while the Big Orange also held a 24-2 advantage in shots on frame an

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