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2011 Navy Women's Soccer Media Guide

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<ul><li><p> GGOO NNAAVVYY!! </p><p>NNAAVVYY WWOOMMEENNSS SSOOCCCCEERRwwwwww..NNAAVVYYSSPPOORRTTSS..ccoomm</p></li><li><p> 11 </p><p>NNAAVVYY WWOOMMEENNSS SSOOCCCCEERRwwwwww..NN</p><p>AAVVYYSSPPOORRTTSS..ccoo</p><p>mm</p><p>GGeenneerraall IInnffoorrmmaattiioonnLLooccaattiioonn Annapolis, Md. FFoouunnddeedd October 10, 1845EEnnrroollllmmeenntt 4,400NNiicckknnaammee Midshipmen or MidsCCoolloorrss Navy Blue and GoldCCoonnffeerreennccee Patriot LeagueFFaacciilliittyy Glenn Warner Soccer Facility (2,500)SSuuppeerriinntteennddeenntt Vice Adm. Mike Miller, USNAAtthhlleettiiccss DDiirreeccttoorr Chet GladchukAAtthhlleettiiccss WWeebb SSiittee navysports.com</p><p>CCooaacchhiinngg SSttaaffffHHeeaadd CCooaacchh Carin GabarraAAllmmaa MMaatteerr UC Santa Barbara 87NNaavvyy RReeccoorrdd 224-106-30 (18 Yrs.)CCaarreeeerr RReeccoorrdd 230-116-30 (19 Yrs.)GGaabbaarrrraass OOffffiiccee PPhhoonnee 410-293-5562GGaabbaarrrraass EEmmaaiill gabarra@usna.edu</p><p>AAssssoocciiaattee HHeeaadd CCooaacchh Rob BlanckAAllmmaa MMaatteerr Williams 89, 17th yearBBllaanncckkss OOffffiiccee PPhhoonnee 410-293-5543BBllaanncckkss EEmmaaiill blanck@usna.edu</p><p>GGooaallkkeeeeppeerr CCooaacchh Dustin ShambachAAllmmaa MMaatteerr Messiah 07</p><p>WWoommeennss SSoocccceerr FFaaxx 410-293-3149</p><p>SSppoorrttss IInnffoorrmmaattiioonnWWoommeennss SSoocccceerr SSIIDD Matt MuzzaOOffffiiccee // CCeellll PPhhoonnee 410-293-8778 / 716-969-0843EE--MMaaiill muzza@usna.eduFFaaxx 410-293-8954MMaaiilliinngg AAddddrreessss 566 Brownson Road</p><p>Annapolis, MD 21402</p><p>22001111 NNaavvyy WWoommeennss SSoocccceerr SScchheedduulleeDDaattee DDaayy OOppppoonneenntt TTiimmee SSiitteeAug. 19 Fri. at High Point 7:00 pm High Point, N.C.Aug. 21 Sun. at North Carolina State 1:00 pm Raliegh, N.C.AAuugg.. 2266 FFrrii.. TTeexxaass SSttaattee 77::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..Aug. 28 Sun. at Maryland 1:00 pm College Park, Md.Sept. 2 Fri. at Charleston Southern 4:00 pm North Charleston, S.C.Sept. 4 Sun. at The Citadel 12:00 pm Charleston, S.C.SSeepptt.. 99 FFrrii.. &amp;&amp; BBrryyaanntt 77::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..SSeepptt.. 1111 SSuunn.. &amp;&amp; DDaavviiddssoonn 22::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..SSeepptt.. 1177 SSaatt.. MMiiaammii 1122::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..SSeepptt.. 1199 MMoonn.. MMoonnmmoouutthh 66::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..Sept. 21 Wed. at UMBC 7:00 pm Baltimore, Md.SSeepptt.. 2255 SSuunn.. FFrraanncciiss MMaarriioonn 22::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..Oct. 1 Sat. * at American 1:00 pm Washington, D.C.Oct. 7 Fri. * at Lafayette 7:00 pm Easton, Pa.Oct. 9 Sun. * at Lehigh 1:00 pm Bethlehem, Pa. OOcctt.. 1155 SSaatt.. ** CCoollggaattee 1122::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..OOcctt.. 1177 MMoonn.. SSoouutthh CCaarroolliinnaa SSttaattee 44::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..OOcctt.. 2211 FFrrii.. ** AArrmmyy 77::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..OOcctt.. 2233 SSuunn.. ** HHoollyy CCrroossss 11::0000 ppmm AAnnnnaappoolliiss,, MMdd..Oct. 29 Sat. * at Bucknell 12:00 pm Lewisburg, Pa.Nov. 4-6 Fri-Sun Patriot League Tournament Highest Seed</p><p>* Patriot League contest; &amp; Navy Soccer Invitational; bboolldd home games played at Glenn Warner SoccerFacility; All times Eastern</p><p>PPrrooggrraamm HHiissttoorryyFFiirrsstt YYeeaarr ooff SSoocccceerr 1993AAllll--TTiimmee RReeccoorrdd 224-106-30 (18 Yrs.)AAllll--TTiimmee PPaattrriioott LLeeaagguuee RReeccoorrdd 68-31-14 (17 Yrs.)RReeccoorrdd aatt tthhee GGlleennnn WWaarrnneerr SSoocccceerr FFaacciilliittyy 86-15-9 (10 Yrs.)CCoonnsseeccuuttiivvee WWiinnnniinngg SSeeaassoonnss 16 (1995-2010)PPaattrriioott LLeeaagguuee TToouurrnnaammeenntt AAppppeeaarraanncceess // LLaasstt 13 / 2009PPaattrriioott LLeeaagguuee TToouurrnnaammeenntt CChhaammppiioonnsshhiippss // LLaasstt 3 / 2007PPaattrriioott LLeeaagguuee RReegguullaarr--SSeeaassoonn CChhaammppiioonnsshhiippss // LLaasstt 6 / 2008NNCCAAAA TToouurrnnaammeenntt AAppppeeaarraanncceess 3 (2007, 2006, 2003)</p><p>TTeeaamm IInnffoorrmmaattiioonn22001100 OOvveerraallll RReeccoorrdd 9-8-322001100 PPaattrriioott LLeeaagguuee RReeccoorrdd // FFiinniisshh 2-3-2 / SixthLLeetttteerrwwiinnnneerrss RReettuurrnniinngg//LLoosstt 12/10SSttaarrtteerrss RReettuurrnniinngg//LLoosstt 6/5NNeewwccoommeerrss 12</p><p>MMeeddiiaa GGuuiiddee CCrreeddiittssThe 2011 Navy womens soccer media guide was written and edited by Assistant Sports Information DirectorMatt Muzza. Cover design and template was created by Director of Publications Mark Leddy. Photography wasprovided by Phil Hoffmann and the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau.</p><p>The Navy Sports Information staff extends its thanks to all Patriot League and opponent sports informationoffices and all members of past staffs that have assisted in compiling information that is an integral part of thisguide. Any corrections or additions to the publication are welcome and should be directed via e-mail to MattMuzza at muzza@usna.edu.</p><p>NNiikkee iiss tthhee ooffffiicciiaall ffoooottwweeaarr,, aappppaarreell ssuupppplliieerr aanndd ssppoonnssoorr oofftthhee NNaavvyy WWoommeennss SSoocccceerr pprrooggrraamm</p><p>TTaabbllee ooff CCoonntteennttssCCooaacchheess &amp;&amp; SSttaaffffHead Coach Carin Gabarra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3Associate Head Coach Rob Blanck . . . . . . . . . . . . .4Goalkeeper Coach Dustin Shambach . . . . . . . . . . .422001111 NNaavvyy MMiiddsshhiippmmeennRoster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-8Midshipmen Bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-21RReevviieeww,, RReeccoorrddss &amp;&amp; HHiissttoorryy2010 Season In Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-28Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29-30Single-Season Individual / Team Records . . . .31-32Single-Game Records / Annual Leaders . . . . .33-34Awards and Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35-36All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37-39All-Time Series Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40-43Year-By-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44-45The Patriot League in 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46-472011 Opponent Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .482011 Military World Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49Navy Womens Soccer Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . .50-51Navy Soccer Timeline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52-55Glenn Warner Soccer Facility/Support Staff . .56-57NNaavvaall AAccaaddeemmyy IInnffoorrmmaattiioonnBeat Army! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58-59The United States Naval Academy . . . . . . . . .60-61Academy History and Traditions . . . . . . . . . . .62-63Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64-65Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk . . . . . . . . .66-67The Blue &amp; Gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68NAAA Head Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69Academic Achievement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70-71Community Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72-73Annapolis and the Chesapeake Region . . . . . .74-75Patriot League . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76-77</p></li><li><p> 22 </p><p>NNAAVVYY WWOOMMEENNSS SSOOCCCCEERRwwwwww..NN</p><p>AAVVYYSSPPOORRTTSS..ccoomm</p><p>Carin Gabarra is aproven winner. Not onlywas she a success as aforward on the UC-Santa Barbara soccerteam and later in hercareer playing for theUnited States NationalTeam, but Gabarra has</p><p>also demonstrated the golden touch when leading othersby example. </p><p>It is the gift of leadership, which has led her tobecome one of the household names within the colle-giate coaching ranks. Not because she was an eight-timeAll-American (four in high school and four at UC-SantaBarbara), and not because she was a member of the1996 Olympic gold-medal winning U.S. National Team,but because she has developed the Navy soccer pro-gram from ground level to one of the Mid-AtlanticRegion's most competitive teams. </p><p>Since taking over the Navy program in 1993, she hastaken the Midshipmen from a club-level organization to ateam who has claimed at least a share of the PatriotLeague regular-season title six times, made three NCAATournament appearances, and produced 16 consecutivewinning seasons.</p><p>BBUUIILLDDIINNGG FFRROOMM TTHHEE BBEEGGIINNNNIINNGGGabarra arrived at Navy in 1993, and led the Mids to</p><p>a 2-5 mark in their first season as a varsity sport. In theprocess, Navy gained valuable experience before beginning Patriot League competition in 1994. </p><p>The Mids showed great progress in their inauguralseason, as they missed a league tournament berth byjust one game. The improvement continued in '95 withNavy boasting a record of 10-7-1. With a third-place reg-ular-season finish, the Mids made their first PatriotLeague Tournament appearance, falling in the championship contest. The team's success didn't stopthere. The '96 squad produced an 11-6-2 record, finishedfourth in the league and made its first postseason tour-nament appearance with a game against Monmouth inthe ECAC Tournament. Gabarra guided the 1997 teamto a 10-8 record and a third-place finish in the PatriotLeague. Six Mids earned All-Patriot League recognition,including Defensive Player of the Year and Academic All-America honoree, Nicole Aunapu. </p><p>The 1998 season fulfilled the dreams of many, asGabarra led the Mids to 17 wins, 14 shutouts and Navy'sfirst regular-season conference title. Navy also knockedoff Colgate for the first time in its history, breaking theRaiders' 16-game winning streak versus league foes. Inaddition, an unprecedented nine Mids earned all-leaguehonors, including eight first-teamers. Justine Fisherearned rookie-of-the-year accolades, while Aunapu wasdubbed Defensive Player of the Year for the second-straight season. Aunapu was just the sixth player inleague history to earn First-Team All-Patriot Leaguerecognition all four years and concluded her career as atwo-time Academic All-American.</p><p>In 1999, Navy again made a run at the PatriotLeague crown, as the Mids shared the regular-seasontitle with a 5-1 league mark. While making a return trip tothe conference championship game, six Mids were</p><p>tabbed all-league, including Fisher whobecame the first Mid to be honored as thePatriot League Offensive Player of the Year.</p><p>The year 2000 brought Fisher her thirdall-league honor, as the Mids posted a 10-9-2record and earned a bid to the league tourna-ment for the sixth-consecutive season.Meanwhile, two rookies showed a glimmer ofgreatness to come in Amelia Sheveland, whotied the school record for goals in a game withfour, and Stacy Finley, who made 17 startswhile playing virtually every position.</p><p>Just one win shy of the school record, the2001 team found success as it claimed ashare of the Patriot League regular-seasontitle with a 16-5-1 overall mark and 6-1 leaguerecord. Fisher became Navys all-time leading scorer, while Gabarra claimedher 100th-career win all in one eventful day Oct. 28,2001, against George Mason. Finley earned the offen-sive player-of-the-year title, Kate Macfarlane wasdeemed the defensive player of the year and XochitlPiedra shared the top rookie honor. Meanwhile, Fisherand Kate Macfarlane both were Academic All-Americans.</p><p>Navy posted the programs first undefeated regularseason at 16-0-4, before American upset the Mids in thePatriot League Tournament to leave the only blemish onthe Mids 2002 record. Navy was the only Div. I schoolthat finished the 2002 season without a loss in regular-season play. Finley garnered her second-straight PatriotLeague Offensive Player-of-the-Year award after settingsingle-season school records with 45 points and 19goals. Defensively, Kim Bonafede was among the topthree nationally in GAA. Nadia Sheikh was a first-team allstar after assuming the schools all-time assist lead in thefinal game of her career.</p><p>In 2003, Navy claimed its first Patriot LeagueTournament title and became the first Naval Academywomen's team in any sport to earn a bid to play in theNCAA Tournament. En route to their 17-5-1 record, theMids owned the nation's longest regular-season unbeaten streak (35 games) before dropping a one-goaldecision to eventual national champion North Carolina.Over 6,500 fans witnessed the game, breaking theNCAA single-game attendance record. Stacy Finley wasnamed First-Team All-Patriot League after becoming theMids' all-time leader in career scoring, goals scored andshots taken. Classmate Amelia Sheveland garneredPatriot League Tournament MVP recognition, finishingher career as Navys fourth leading scorer all-time.</p><p>The year 2004 was one of rebuilding. Navy droppedits first three league games, but responded by winningfour straight. Defender Xochitl Piedra closed out hercareer by being named to the Patriot League First Team,just the third player in Academy history to be named all-league all four years, while Meggie Curran andStephanie Parker were tabbed first-team all stars.Injuries plagued the Mids in 2005, but for junior MeggieCurran, she finally was healthy and it showed. Curranpaced the Patriot League with 32 points (9 g, 14 a).</p><p>In 2006, the four-member Class of 2007 began andended their playing careers at the Academy in much thesame fashion, by leading the Mids to the NCAA</p><p>Tournament. A magical season saw Navy win a school-record 21 games, earn its sixth regular-seasonleague crown, claim its second Patriot LeagueTournament title, and for the first time, advance to theNCAA's Second Round. Nestled in there was Navys firstwin over a nationally-ranked program, a 1-0 victory overninth-ranked Penn State in front of a standing-room onlycrowd at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility. Navy won19-straight games before losing its regular-season finaleby a goal. </p><p>The Mids led the nation in GAA (.370), shutout per-centage (.790) and save percentage (.918), while settingschool records in points (219), goals (70), assists (79),shutouts (19), and GAA (.370). Meggie Curran wasnamed the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year,while also becoming the programs first All-American.Rookie Shelly Moeller was named the co-defensive play-er of the year and claimed league tournament MVPkudos while playing in front of sophomore keeper LizzieBarnes, who led the nation and set Patriot Leaguerecords for GAA (0.29) en route to earning the leaguesgoalkeeper-of-the-year laurel.</p><p>The 2007 squad posted a 14-5-4 record and claimedNavys second NCAA berth in as many years. Behindoffensive juggernaut Brigitte Fox and a stout defense, theMids peaked at just the right time. Navy closed out theyear unbeaten in its final 10 matches to earn its third-everNCAA nod. Fox garnered first-team all-league recogni-tion for a second-straight year after pacing the confer-ence with 16 goals and 35 points. Senior team captainKari Weniger closed out a fine career by garnering hersecond Academic All-America honor.</p><p>A balanced attack...</p></li></ul>

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