July 2, 2013
2013 WOMEN'S SOCCER PREVIEW
|Kelly Farell was the Newcomer of the Year in the CCIW and led Augustana in scoring with 13 goals and had 11 assists|
NAME: Augustana College
CITY/ZIP: Rock Island, Illinois 61201
SCHOOL COLORS: Blue & Gold
HOME FIELD: Thorson-Lucken Field
ATHLETIC AFFILIATION: NCAA Division III
RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
CONFERENCE: College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW)
PRESIDENT: Steven Bahls (Iowa, 1971)
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Mike Zapolski (Pepperdine, 1985)
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PHONE: (309) 794-7521
WOMEN'S SOCCER HISTORY
FIRST YEAR OF WOMEN'S SOCCER: 1993
OVERALL WOMEN'S SOCCER RECORD: 242-124-27 (.650) in 20 years.
OVERALL CCIW WOMEN'S SOCCER RECORD: 79-37-8 (.669) in 18 seasons of league play...CCIW championships in 2009 & 2012.
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Dave Wrath
SID OFFICE PHONE: (309) 794-7265
WRATH'S CELL PHONE: (309) 737-5306 SID FAX: (309) 794-7525
E-MAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com
AUGUSTANA ATHLETIC HOMEPAGE: www.augustana.edu
SID MAILING ADDRESS: Dave Wrath, Sports Information Director, 639 38th Street, Carver PE Center, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois 61201
HEAD COACH: Scott Mejia (Edgewood College)
MEJIA'S RECORD: 189-79-18 (.692) overall in 14 years as collegiate head coach-25-17-1 in two years at Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and 164-62-17 (.710) in 12 years at Augustana...In CCIW play Mejia has a 49-21-7 record in 12 seasons.
MEJIA'S OFFICE NUMBER: (309) 794-7398
MEJIA'S HOME NUMBER: (563) 823-0199
ASSISTANT COACHES: Cherie Clark, Keri Hess.
2012 RECORD: 16-5-0 overall and 7-0-0 in the CCIW...The Vikings defeated North Central 3-1 in the semifinals of the conference tournament before falling to Wheaton 2-0 in the final... Augustana lost to Thomas More 1-0 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: 21/Six
STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: Eight/Three
KEY LOSSES: Kirsten Boesen (Normal Community West HS, Gibson City, Ill.), 5-9, M... 18 games... 18 starts... Courtney Linn (Pleasant Valley HS, Bettendorf, Iowa), 5-8, M... 20 games... 7 starts... Taylor Moesle (Sandburg HS, Orland Park, Ill.), 5-9, M... 2012 CCIW Player of the Year... Two-time NSCAA 1st team All-America... Three-time 1st team All-CCIW... 12 goals and a school-record 12 assists in 2012... 20th in the nation in assists... Ranks in top four all-time at Augustana in assists (29, 2nd), points (109, 3rd) and goals (40, 4th)... Morgan Olsen (Downers Grove North HS, Woodridge, Ill.), 5-3, B... 1st team All-CCIW... Started all 21 games... 3 goals, 1 assist...Academic All-Conference.
KEY RETURNEES: Stephanie Barr (Plainfield North HS, Plainfield, Ill.), 5-6, Sr, M... 16 games, 9 starts, 1 goal... Academic All-Conference... Meredith Chew (Paradise Valley HS, Phoenix, Ariz.), 5-8, So, GK... 1st team All-CCIW... 16-5-0 with 5 shutouts, 1.06 GAA and .822 save percentage... Lisette Cuvala-Jurado (Glenbard East HS, Lombard, Ill.), 5-3, Sr, M... 12 games, 6 starts... Somer Druszkowski (Lincoln-Way Central HS, Manhattan, Ill.), 5-4, So, M... 2nd team All-CCIW... Vikings' third-leading scorer with 5 goals and 1 assist... Academic All-Conference... Kelly Farell (St. Ursula Academy, Sylvania, Ohio), 5-4, So, F... 1st team All-CCIW... CCIW Co-Newcomer of the Year... NSCAA 3rd team All-Region... Vikings' Offensive MVP... Led Vikings with 13 goals and 37 points... Second with 11 assists... Tied for CCIW lead in points, assists and game-winning goals... Academic All-Conference... Ally Frickman (Loveland HS, Loveland, Colo.), 5-2, Sr, M... Vikings' Most Improved Player... 21 games, 10 starts, 1 goal... Academic All-Conference... Kimberly Grimmer (Downers Grove South HS, Woodridge, Ill.), 5-6, Jr, B... 16 games, 16 starts, 1 goal... Academic All-Conference... Maggie Hoscheit (St. Charles East HS, St. Charles, Ill.), 5-6, Sr, B... 1st team All-CCIW... NSCAA 3rd team All-Region... Vikings' Defensive MVP... Capital One Academic 3rd team All-America... Academic All-Conference... Jessica Kras (Glenbard North HS, Carol Stream, Ill.), 5-2, So, F... 4 goals, 3assists... Tied for CCIW lead in game-winning goals... Academic All-Conference... Kerri Skotnicki (Waubonsie Valley HS, Aurora, Ill.), 5-3, Jr, B... Started all 21 games... 1 assist... Amanda Tucker (Crete-Monee HS, Crete, Ill.), 5-2, Sr, M... 18 games, 2 goals, 2 assists... Academic All-Conference.
2012 AUGUSTANA WOMEN'S SOCCER SUPERLATIVES
NSCAA ALL-AMERICA: Taylor Moesle, 1st team
D3SOCCER ALL-AMERICA: Taylor Moesle, 2nd team
NCSAA ALL-REGION: Taylor Moesle, 1st team; Maggie Hoscheit and Kelly Farell, 3rd team
CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN: Maggie Hoscheit, 3rd team
CCIW PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Taylor Moesle
CCIW CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Kelly Farell
CCIW COACH OF THE YEAR: Scott Mejia
ALL-CCIW: Taylor Moesle, Morgan Olsen, Maggie Hoscheit, Kelly Farell, Meredith Chew, 1st team; Somer Druszkowski, 2nd team
CCIW ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE: Stephanie Barr, Somer Druszkowski, Kelly Farell, Allison Frickman, Kimberly Grimmer, Stefanie Hamaker, Maggie Hoscheit, Jessica Kras, Rachel Lenke, Morgan Olsen, Amanda Tucker
CCIW PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Defensive - Meredith Chew, 09/11/12, 10/30/12; Offensive - Kelly Farell, 10/02/12, 10/16/12; Taylor Moesle, 10/23/12
NATIONAL STATISTICAL TOP 25 - INDIVIDUAL Assists -Taylor Moesle, 20th @ 12
CCIW STATISTICAL TOP 5 - INDIVIDUAL Shots - Taylor Moesle, 1st @ 29; Kelly Farell, 2nd @ 27 Points - Kelly Farell, T-1st @ 15; Taylor Moesle, 5th @ 13 Goals - Kelly Farell, T-4th @ 4 Assists - Taylor Moesle & Kelly Farell, T-1st @ 7 Game-Winning Goals - Jessica Kras, Taylor Moesle & Kelly Farell, T-1st @ 2 Goals Against Average - Meredith Chew, 3rd @ 0.71 Save Percentage - Meredith Chew, 3rd @ .861 Saves Per Game - Meredith Chew, 5th @ 4.43 Shutouts - Meredith Chew, T-2nd @ 3
INDIVIDUAL TOP TEN LISTS
SINGLE SEASON Goals - 13 (T-10th), Kelly Farell Assists - 12 (1st), Taylor Moesle; 11 (2nd), Kelly Farell Points - 37 (5th), Kelly Farell; 36 (6th), Taylor Moesle
CAREER Goals - 40 (4th), Taylor Moesle Assists - 29 (2nd), Taylor Moesle Points - 109 (3rd), Taylor Moesle
MVP: Taylor Moesle
MVP OFFENSE: Kelly Farell
MVP DEFENSE: Maggie Hoscheit
MOST IMPROVED PLAYER: Allison Frickman
IRON VIKING: Taylor Moesle