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SOCCER STATS

2017 – 2018

Overall
Won: 16-2-0

Conference
Won: 9-1


SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORD

YEAR – RECORD (FINAL POLL RANKING)

2017 — 16-2 Region XIV Runners-Up
(USC: No. 1 ranked; NJCAA: No. 3 ranked)

2016 — 13-5-0 Region XIV Runners-Up
(NSCAA: No. 10 ranked; NJCAA: No. 16 ranked)

2015 — 11-6-2 Region XIV Runners-Up and District I Finalist
(No. 12 ranked)

2014 — 16-5-1 NJCAA Semifinalist
(No. 5 ranked / No. 5 seeded)
1st Pool — Defeated Harford CC, Md., 2-0
2nd Pool — Defeated Otero JC, Colo., 2-0
Semifinal — Lost to Iowa Western, 3-0
All-Tournament Team: Trudi Carter and Shanise Foster

2013 — 19-4-1 NJCAA Finalist, Runner-Up at Melbourne,Fla.
(No. 3 ranked / No. 3 seeded)
1st Pool — Defeated Eastern Florida State College, 2-1
2nd Pool — Defeated Southern Maryland, 1-0
Semifinal — Defeated Butler, 1-0 (OT)
Championship — Lost to Iowa Western, 3-1
All-Tournament Team: Morgan Nutley and Most Valuable Back – Judith Bast.

2012 — 17-3-2 (No. 9)

2011 — 13-4-1

2010 – 13-4-1 (No. 12)

2009 – 13-5-0

2008 – 19-1-0 (No. 2)
5th Place – NJCAA National Tournament – Chandler, Az.
Lost to North Idaho College, 3-2
Defeated Monroe CC, NY, 3-2
Defeated Anne Arundel CC, Md., 4-0
Tournament Finish: 1. Lewis & Clark, Ill.; 2. Darton, Ga.; 3. North Idaho; 4. Chandler-Gilbert, Az.; 5. Navarro.

2007 – 11-5-2 (No. 8)
Qualifier, NJCAA National Tournament – Albany, Ga.
Lost to Community College of Baltimore County-Catonsville, 2-0
Lost to Monroe CC, NY, 4-0
Tournament Finish: 1. CCBC-Catonsville; 2. Iowa Western; 3. Pima, Az.; 4. Laramie County, Wyo.; 5. Monroe CC, NY

2006 – 9-7-3 (No. 15)
Qualifier, NJCAA National Tournament – Albany, Ga.
Lost to Monroe CC, NY, 4-0
Lost to Laramie County, Wyo., 1-0
Tournament Finish: 1. Young Harris, Ga.; 2. Iowa Western; 3. Monroe CC, NY; 4. Schoolcraft, Mi.; 5. Laramie County, Wyo.

2005 – 13-5-1 (No. 4)
6th Place – NJCAA National Tournament – Phoenix, Az.
Lost to Laramie County, Wyo., 1-0
Defeated Anne Arundel CC, Md., 5-1
Lost to Schoolcraft, Mi., 1-0
Tournament Finish: 1. Monroe CC, NY; 2. Darton, Ga.; 3. Laramie County, Wyo.; 4. Mesa, Az., 5. Schoolcraft, Mi.; 6. Navarro.
All-NJCAA National Tournament Team Honorees – Shannon Brown and Marianna Urtaza

2004 – 17-3-0 (No. 8)
Qualifier, NJCAA National Tournament – Phoenix, Az.
Lost to Monroe CC, NY, 3-2
Lost to Mesa, Az., 3-1
Tournament Finish: 1. Monroe CC, NY; 2. Young Harris, Ga.; 3. Schoolcraft, Mi.; 4. Lewis & Clark, Ill.; 5. Dixie State, Ut.; 6. Mesa, Az.

2003 — 13-4-2

2002 — 9-6-2

 

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS

Region XIV Champion
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2013, 2014
Southeast District E Champions
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
District I Champion
2013, 2014
NJCAA National Tournament Qualifier
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2013, 2014
NJCAA Tournament Semifinalists
2013, 2014
NJCAA Tournament Runner-Up
2013

 

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORICAL RECORDS

Two-Year Career, Goals Scored
60 — Venicia Reed, 2008-09
54 — Trudi Carter, 2013-14
46 — Mandy Gomez, 2004-05
45 — Nugene Nugent, 2012-13
36 — Jodian Morris, 2012-13
36 — Deneisha Blackwood, 2015-16

Two-Year Career, Assists
37 — Nugene Nugent, 2012-13
32 — Monica Roach, 2003-04
28 — Mandy Gomez, 2004-05
28 — Shantell Thompson, 2015-16
26 — Shanise Foster, 2013-14
23 — Venecia Reed, 2008-09

Single-Season Goals Scored
32 — Venicia Reed, 2008
31 — Mandy Gomez, 2004
30 — Trudi Carter, 2014
28 — Venicia Reed, 2009
24 — Trudi Carter, 2013
23 — Aaliyah Nolan, 2016
22 — Deneisha Blackwood, 2016

Single-Season, Assists
21 — Shantell Thompson, 2016
20 — Mandy Gomez, 2004
19 — Monica Roach, 2003
19 — Nugene Nugent, 2013
18 — Nugene Nugent, 2012
14 — Shanise Foster, 2014
14 — Andrea Rabanales, 2017

TEAM RECORDS

Single-Season Goals Scored
108 — 2004
103 — 2012
81 — 2016
74 — 2008
72 — 2011

Single-Season Fewest Goals Allowed
9  — 2017
10 — 2011
12 — 2006
13 — 2008
13 — 2003

ALL-AMERICAN / ALL-CONFERENCE / ALL-ACADEMIC

Two-Time NJCAA All-Americans
Deneisha Blackwood (2015-16)
Trudi Carter (2013-14)
Nugene Nugent (2011-12)
Toni Smith (2008-09)
Venicia Reed (2008-09)
Mandy Gomez (2004-05)

Two-Time NJCAA 1st Team All-Americans
Trudi Carter (2013-14)
Mandy Gomez (2004-05)

NJCAA / NSCAA (USC) All-Americans
2017
(USC) – Wasila Diwura
2016
(NJCAA) – Deneisha Blackwood, Shantell Thompson
2016  (NSCAA) – Deneisha Blackwood
2015  (NJCAA) – Deneisha Blackwood
2014 (NJCAA) – Trudi Carter, Shanise Foster
2014 (NSCAA) – Trudi Carter, Shanise Foster
2013
 (NSCAA) – Lexi Riggs, Morgan Nutley, Kenia Medina
2013 (NJCAA) – Trudi Carter, Lexi Riggs
2012 (NJCAA) – Nugene Nugent
2011 (NJCAA) – Nugene Nugent, Mariel Parra
2010 (NJCAA) – Brittany Martin
2009 (NJCAA) – Toni Smith, Venicia Reed, Erika Taylor
2008 (NJCAA) – Toni Smith, Venicia Reed
2007 (NJCAA) – Jessica Winters, Shanice Watson
2006 (NJCAA) – Leslie Myers
2005 (NJCAA) – Mandy Gomez, Mariana Urtaza
2004 (NJCAA) – Mandy Gomez, Holly Hoffman
2003 (NJCAA) – Mikael Laajala, Monica Roach

All-Region 14 Conference Awards
2017 –
Andrea Rabanales, Wasila Diwura, Belinda Anane, Melissa Hamilton, Yessy Hinojosa, Lorraine Canavan
2016 –
Deneisha Blackwood, Shantell Thompson, Melissa Hamilton, Aaliyah Nolan, Victoria Swift, Karina Martinez, Rebeca Cuellar
2015 – Deneisha Blackwood, Aaliyah Nolan, Victoria Swift, Shantell Thompson, Tiffany Robinson, Kaitlyn Baugh
2014 – Trudi Carter, Shanise Foster, Melina Prado, Morgan Nutley
2013 – Trudi Carter, Lexi Riggs, Morgan Nutley, Shanise Foster
2012 – Judith Bast, Jodian Morris, Nugene Nugent, Ginesha Pickersgill, Alexis Riggs, Knakala Smith, Estefania Rivas
2011 – Nugene Nugent, Mariel Parra, Jodian Morris, Knakala Smith, Allyson Millard
2010 – Brittany Martin, Kelli Camp, Lacey Leitz, Carly Overstake
2009 – Toni Smith, Venicia Reed, Erika Taylor, Megan Escobar, Lacey Leitz
2008 – Venecia Reed, Toni Smith, Erika Taylor, Alysa Pleiner, Heather Pagano
2007 – Jessica Winters, Alysa Pleiner, Mollie Reeves, Robin D’Argo, Silvia Chapa, Shanice Watson
2006 – Mary Beth Lobaugh, Leslie Myers, Aimie Theobalt, Amber Browne, Sacha Martin, Jacquelyn James
2005 – Mandy Gomez, Mariana Urtaza, Sara Hernandez, Shannon Brown, Leigh Ann Rainwater, Glenda Perrett
2004 – Mandy Gomez, Holly Hoffman, Shannon Brown, Mariana Urtaza, Jennifer Dirk, Lindsay Palmer
2003 – Jessica Burns, Kim Tran, Amanda Calderilla, Holly Hoffman, Mikael Laajala, Monica Roach
2002 – Andrea Davis, Amanda Calderilla, Jessica Burns, Kim Tran, Beatris Ledesma

NJCAA Academic All-Americans

2013 – Nugene Nugent, Ginesha Pickersgill
2012 – Mariel Parra
2011 – Brittany Martin
2010 – Heather Ash, Erika Taylor
2008 – Robin D’Argo
2007 – Jacquelyn James, Laura Barker, Norma Ayala
2006 – Leigh Anne Rainwater, Mandy Gomez, Lindsey Palmer, Shannon Brown
2005 – Holly Hoffman
2004 – Kim Tran

Region XIV All-Academic Team

2013 – Emily Sumrall, Knakala Smith, Estefania Rivas, Ginesha Pickersgill, Nugene Nugent, Stephanie Henderson, Sharniece Henderson