Women's Soccer

    HOOSIERS HEAD TO MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN

    Go Hoosiers!
    Go Hoosiers!

    Go Hoosiers!
    October 7, 1999

    HOOSIERS HEAD TO MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN

    GAME INFORMATION: The Hoosiers (2-5-4, 1-2-2 Big Ten) travel to Minnesota for a 3 p.m. contest Friday, and then head to Wisconsin for a 1 p.m. game Sunday afternoon.

    THE SERIES: The Hoosiers trail Minnesota 2-5-2 all-time. The two played to a 2-2 tie with IU advancing with a 5-4 edge in penalty kicks in the 1998 Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal round. Indiana is even with Wisconsin at 4-4 after defeating the Badgers 4-0 in Bloomington last season.

    HEAD COACH JOE KELLEY... is in his seventh season as the Indiana head coach. He has an overall record of 66-59-6 (.527) and 19-22-3 (.466) in Big Ten play. Kelley has led the Hoosiers to the 1996 Big Ten Tournament Championship and trips to the NCAA Tournament in 1996 and 1998.

    LAST GAME: The Hoosiers scored early, but came away with their fourth tie of the season against Butler at Kuntz Stadium Tuesday night.

    The teams went back and fourth in the overtimes with IU taking four of its 14 shots and the Bulldogs (4-6-1) taking five of their 14 attempts in the extra sessions. Each of the three Indiana (2-5-4) shots in the second overtime came in the 111th and 112th minutes and forced Butler goalkeeper Meghan Partenheimer to make a save. IU senior Tracy Grose fired the first of the three, freshman Kate Kastl tried off the rebound, and freshman Kristen Sprunger took the third shot after a Butler turnover.

    Butler's best chance to win came in the 104th minute as Erin Riley appeared to scored, but was called for offside. Angela Lehman also took a shot in the 105th minute, but IU goalkeeper Ashley Davis stopped it for her third save of the night. Davis finished the game with four saves.

    The Hoosiers led 1-0 for most of the game. Kastl put IU on the board in the 16th minute with the first goal of her career. Freshman Emily Markwell garnered her first assist on the play. Markwell passed from the right side through the box where freshman Jenny Mann decoyed the defender and Kastl filled behind to put the ball in the lower left corner from eight yards out on the right side.

    Butler tied the game at 89:22 as Kara Bryan scored from 18 yards out on a breakaway.

    CLOSING IN ON 20: Senior goalkeeper Ashley Davis needs just one more win to become the second 20-game winner in IU history. Merit Elzey won 35 from 1994-97.

    NOT WASTING ANY TIME: IU freshmen Jenny Mann, Jessie Rabin, Kristen Sprunger and Kate Kastl have already tallied at least one point in their collegiate careers. Mann found the net from 25 yards out in the 60th minute at Xavier, while Sprunger scored in the 89th minute against Montana as Kastl tallied the assist. Rabin scored her first collegiate goal in the 2-1 win over Northwestern. Sprunger also recorded an assist in the loss to Penn State.

    DEFENDING HOME TURF: The Hoosiers are 36-18-2 (.661) all-time at Armstrong Stadium and have only lost once in their last 12 home games.

    YOUNG GUNS: 12 Hoosier freshmen have seen action this season, and seven have started at least one game: Kate Kastl (11), Jenny Mann (11), Emily Markwell (11), Jessie Rabin (6), Dana Philp (1), Kristen Sprunger (1), and Lisa Tecklenburg (1).

    AIM AND FIRE: Senior Tracy Grose is second on the career shots list at IU with 185. She needs 29 more to break assistant coach Wendy Dillinger's (1993-97) record of 213.

    SENIOR NIGHT: IU senior night is Friday October 22 when the Hoosiers face intrastate rival Purdue for the first time in regular season play.

    NO GOAL FOR YOU: IU senior goalkeeper Ashley Davis has 12.5 shutouts in her career. Davis need just two more to break the IU record of 14 held by Merit Elzey (1994-97). Davis does hold the Indiana record for shutouts in Big Ten play with five.

    OH CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN: Emily Etzkorn and Tracy Grose are the captains for 1999.

    CHALLENGING SCHEDULE: The Hoosiers play eight games against 1998 NCAA Tournament teams, including five opponents in Big Ten play. The opponents are Xavier (L, 1-2), Vanderbilt (L, 0-1), Northwestern (W, 2-1), Penn State (L, 1-2), Michigan (L, 0-3), Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Notre Dame.

    INCREASING AGGRESSION: Fouling is a good sign for IU. The Hoosiers are 0-3-1 when being outfouled, 0-1-1 when fouls are even, and 2-1-2 when having more fouls.

    COUNTDOWN TO 100: Tracy Grose needs just 25 points to become the first IU player to reach 100 career points.

    RIVALRY EXPANDS: The IU-Purdue rivalry enters women's soccer this fall. The teams meet for the first time in the regular season as the Hoosiers host the Boilermakers Friday October 22 at 7 p.m. IU defeated Purdue 8-1 in an exhibition game prior to the 1998 season. IU senior Tracy Grose scored four times and senior Emily Etzkorn scored once.

    TOP NOTCH RECRUITS: IU's freshman class was ranked 20th nationally and third in the Great Lakes Region by soccerbuzz.com, a web site devoted to women's soccer.

    MULTI-GOAL MANIA: Tracy Grose has five multi-goal games in her career and Abby Ryan has four in her career. The IU all-time record of seven is held by assistant coach Wendy Dillinger (1993-97).

    BIG TEN HOSTS: IU hosts the 1999 Big Ten Tournament at Bill Armstrong Stadium November 5-7. The top eight Big Ten teams make the field which is seeded No.1 to No. 8. The quarterfinals are Friday on the Stadium Field and the practice field located at the west end of the stadium field. The semifinals and the championship game are on the Stadium Field. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for college students and younger and are available through the IU ticket office at (812) 855-4006.
    Friday November 5
    No. 3 vs. No. 6 - Practice Field - Noon
    No. 1 vs. No. 8 - Stadium Field - 1 p.m.
    No. 4 vs. No. 5 - Practice Field - 2 p.m.
    No. 2 vs. No. 7 - Stadium Field - 3 p.m.
    Saturday November 6
    2/7 winner vs. 3/6 winner - Stadium Field - 1 p.m.
    1/8 winner vs. 4/5 winner - Stadium Field - 3 p.m.
    Sunday November 7
    Championship Game - Stadium Field - 2 p.m.

    TRICIA BUTLER: saw first action against Penn State.

    ASHLEY DAVIS: made nine saves at Michigan...shutout Ohio State, making six saves in the 0-0 tie...made four saves in the second overtime at Michigan State to preserve the 0-0 tie...recorded 16 saves in the Tiger Invitational; seven against Missouri and 16 vs. Vanderbilt...holds IU single -season records for wins (14 in 1998) and shutouts (8 in 1998).

    EMILY ETZKORN: fired one shot on goal at Missouri...took two shots at Xavier.

    MARY FRIAR: took one shot on goal against Saint Louis.

    DANA PHILP: earned her first start in the game at Michigan State...took the first two shots of her career against against Saint Louis....first action came at Missouri.

    WENDY GRAVES: took one shot against Penn State and Saint Louis.

    TRACY GROSE: scored the game-winning goal in the 80th minute at Northwestern...tied the IU single-game record and set the Bill Armstrong record with nine shots in the contest with Saint Louis...scored two goals in the win over Montana, it was the fifth multi-goal game of her career...led the team with five shots at Xavier...holds IU single-season records for goals (15 in 1998) and points (37 in 1998).

    KATE KASTL: scored her first collegiate goal in the 16th minute at Butler...first collegiate assist against Montana...started her first collegiate game in the match at Xavier.

    JENA KLUSKA: took one shot on goal against Saint Louis.

    KELLY KRAM: assisted Tracy Grose for the game-winner at Northwestern...scored in the 87th minute against Saint Louis to tie the game at one...took four shots and tallied an assist in the win over Montana...fired two shots and scored one goal at Missouri.

    TI-PATRICE LAVERS: saw first action against Vanderbilt.

    JENNY MANN: has taken at least one shot in each game...scored her first collegiate goal at Xavier...started her first collegiate game in the match at Xavier.

    EMILY MARKWELL: fired three shots at Butler...took the first shot of her collegiate career against Vanderbilt...started her first collegiate game in the match at Xavier.

    KAREN MOORE: first action came against Vanderbilt.

    KATE O'CONNER: saw first action against Penn State.

    STACEY PETERSON: scored her first collegiate goal in the first half against Penn State...recorded her first assist at Northwestern...took two shots against Saint Louis.

    DANA PHILP: earned her first start in the game at Michigan State...took the first two shots of her career against against Saint Louis....first action came at Missouri.

    COURTNEY POLLOCK: took her first shot in the game versus Penn State....first action came against Vanderbilt.

    JESSIE RABIN: scored her first collegiate goal in the 2-1 win at Northwestern...took her first collegiate shot against Montana...started for the first time in the math at Missouri...saw her first action in the contest at Xavier.

    ABBY RYAN: took one shot against Montana.

    KRISTEN SPRUNGER: tallied her first assist in the game against Penn State...first start came at Michigan State...scored her first collegiate goal in the 89th minute of the Montana game.

    LISA TECKLENBURG: first start came in the match against Vanderbilt...saw her first action and took her first shot at Xavier.

    CARRIE WATTS: tallied an assist against Saint Louis...took a season-high four shots at Missouri...tied the single season assist record with eight in 1998.

    KENDAL WILLIS: scored from 35 yards out in the Montana game.

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