2016 Women's Soccer
Record: 15-4-2 Home: 6-0 Away: 7-1-1 Neutral: 2-3-1 SSAC: 6-0-1
 Womens Soccer History

2016:

SSAC regular-season champions. Finished the season 15-4-2 overall and 6-0-1 in the SSAC. Finished 13th in the NAIA Postseason Coaches' Poll. Lost in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament to No. 11 Benedictine (Kan.). Tyler-Rae Molloy was named to the 1st-Team All-American list, Cayla Hebert was a 2nd-Team All-American and Leah Corse was a 3rd-Team All-American. Noemi Mallet was named SSAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Tyler-Rae Molloy was named SSAC Player of the Year, SSAC Offensive Player of the Year and won the SSAC Golden Boot. Nikole Cruz was named SSAC Newcomer of the Year and Brian Person won SSAC Coach of the Year. Tyler-Rae Molloy, Cayla Hebert and Leah Corse were named SSAC 1st-Team All-Confernce, Colleeb Kennedy, Nikole Cruz, Noemi Mallet and Anna Caroline Scales were named to the SSAC 2nd-Team All-Conference list and Cheyne Bush was named to the SSAC All-Freshman list. 14 players were SSAC All-Academic selections. Anna Caroline Scales was also earned CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors. Melissa Beaulieu, Anna Caroline Scales, Elissa Chamberlain, LaTesha Fleming, Rachel Forestell, Morgan Littlewood and Savannah Rommel were named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. 

2015:

SSAC Tournament Champions. Finished 19-3 overall and 6-2 in SSAC action. Finished ranked 5th in the NAIA Top-25. Beat No. 13 Biola in the NAIA National Championshp before falling in double-OT to No. 6 Benedictine in the quarterfinals. Brian Person won his 100th career game. Leah Corse named 2nd-Team NAIA All-America, Cayla Hebert named 3rd-Team NAIA All-America and Katie Compton and Tyler-Rae Molloy named Honorable Mention. Four 1st-Team All-Conference selections, two 2nd-Team All-Conference, one All-Freshman, five Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, and 11 SSAC All-Academic honorees.
 

2014:

SSAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions. Finished 15-3-3 overall and 8-0 in SSAC action. Received a bid to the 2014 NAIA National Championship and lost 5-1 to Lindsey Wilson in the Round of 16. Brian Person named SSAC Coach of the Year. Katie Compton and Tyler-Rae Molloy named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Five named 1st-Team All-Conference and one named 2nd-Team All-Conference.


2013:

Finished 10-9-2 overall and 8-3 in SSAC action. Mobile advanced to the Round of 16 at the 2013 NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship. Fell 2-1 to 4th-ranked Concordia at the tournament. Rebekah Counce named 2nd-Team NAIA All-American, 1st-Team All-Conference and SSAC Defensive Player of the Year. Tyler-Rae Molloy was named SSAC Freshman of the Year and 2nd-Team All-Conference. Katie Compton was also named 2nd-Team All-Conference. Melissa Beaulieu and MaKelle Pena joined Molloy on the All-Freshman Team. Brittany Bradford, Kali Carver, Compton, LaTesha Fleming, Melissa Maddox, Kelsey Pope, Rebekah Spalding and Rebecca Wynne were named SSAC All-Academic. Maddox, Spalding and Bradford named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
 

2012:

Finished 15-4-2 overall and 10-1 in SSAC action. Season ended in Round of 16 at 2012 NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship. Finished No. 8 in NAIA Top-25. Olivia Maddox named 3rd-Team NAIA All-American. Christy Lachappelle named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Rebekah Counce, Lachappelle and Maddox named All-Conference. Jesslyn Fagundes, Melissa Maddox, Gillian McMahon and Rebekah Spalding named 2nd-Team All-Conference. Saskia Adriance and Katie Compton named to All-Freshman Team. Elisabeth Davis, Lachappelle, Olivia Maddox, Melissa Maddox and Kelsie Ruff named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete. Lachappelle named 1st-Team Capital One College Division Academic All-America. Lachappelle, Olivia Maddox and Ruff named to Academic All-District Team.

 

2011:

Finished 19-4-1 overall and 11-1 in the SSAC. Advanced to the Round of 8 at the NAIA National Championship. Brian Person named SSAC Coach of the Year. Lorna Brownlie named 3rd-Team NAIA All-American. Rebekah Counce, Christy Lachappelle and Olivia Maddox named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Brownlie, Lachappelle and Maddox named All-Conference. Counce and Jesslyn Fagundes named 2nd-Team All-Conference. Elisabeth Davis, Lachappelle, Maddox and Kelsie Ruff named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
 

2010:

Finished 13-7-1 overall and 4-1 in conference. SSAC West Division Champs. Advanced to the NAIA National Championship. Christy Lachappelle named SSAC West Offensive Player of the Year and 3rd-Team NAIA All-American. Anna Maddox named 2nd-Team NAIA All-American. Missy Stovall named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Lachappelle, Maddox and Stovall named All-Conference.

 

2009:

Finished 10-10-1 overall and 2-2 in GCAC play. Anna Maddox and Missy Stovall were named Honorable Mention NAIA All-Americans. Season ended in the Unaffiliated Championship with a loss to No. 3 William Carey. Maddox was named GCAC Defensive Player of the Year, while Missy Stovall, Terri McCreadie, Christy Lachappelle and Ashley Lachappelle joined her as 1st-Team All-GCAC selections. Olivia Maddox and Danielle Byrd were 2nd-Team selections.

 

2008:

Finished 6-8-4 overall and 3-3-2 in GCAC action. Season ended in the GCAC Semifinals with a 1-0 loss versus Belhaven. Terri McCreadie and Anna Maddox were named Honorable Mention NAIA All-Americans. McCreadie was named GCAC Player of the Year, while Maddox was named GCAC Defensive Player of the Year. Emma Murphy, Aislinn Finfrock, Danielle Byrd and Louise Arseneault were named 2nd-Team All-GCAC.

 

2007:

Finished 3-12-2 in Brian Person's first season as head coach.

 

2006:

Finished 14-6 overall and finished 2nd in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference. Kelly Baltieri was named GCAC Player of the Year, while Rose Clemensen was named GCAC Defensive Player of the Year. Terri McCreadie joined them on the All-Conference 1st-team, while Sunniva Haaland earned 2nd-team honors.

 

2005:

Finished the season with a 12-4-2 overall record. Won the regular season Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship for the second straight year with a 4-0 mark. They also defeated LSU-Shreveport in the GCAC Tournament Championship game. The Lady Rams fell in the semifinals at the Region XIII Tournament.

 

2004:

Finished the season with a 12-3-1 overall record. Won the regular season Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship for the first time since 2000. Lost in the first round of the Region XIII Tournament. Heather Person and Giselle Thomas were each named NAIA All-American Scholar-Athletes.

 

2003:

Finished the season with an 8-10 overall record. Lost in semifinals of Region XIII Tournament to Auburn-Montgomery, 3-0. Allison Miller named NAIA All-American Scholar-Athlete. Rose Clemensen was named Honorable Mention All-American.

 

2002:

Finished the season with a 4-12 overall record.

 

2001:

Finished the season with a 4-11-1 overall record.

 

2000:

NAIA National Championship Tournament appearance (lost in first round). GCAC Champions and Region XIII Champions. Final season record was 16-5. Uwe Tittl named GCAC and Region XIII coach of the year. Ane Stangeland named first-team All-American and Region XIII player of the year. Alissa Leffler named second-team All-American. Elizabeth McGowan named third-team All-American. Silje Lunde and Tammie Thornton named honorable mention All-American.

 

1999:

Final season record was 10-12. Advanced to Regional Semi-Finals.

 

1998:

Host of the 1998 NAIA National Championship Tournament. Third place in the NAIA National Championship Tournament. National Ranking of #1 from start to finish. Final season record was 22-0-1. Jacki Law, Carmie Landeen, Danielle Small and Tracy Mulligan named NAIA 1st Team All-Americans. Lindsay Grant and Hedda Houghland named NAIA 2nd Team All-Americans. Tina Froberg named NAIA 3rd Team All-American and Vanessa Sims named Honorable Mention All-American. Uwe Tittl named GCAC Coach of the Year and NSCAA Southwest Coach of the Year.

 

1997:

UNDEFEATED NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Final season record was 24-0-0. Sara Krupa, Christina Werner, Vanessa Sims, Lindsay Grant, Becky Beard, Jackie Law, Katherine Sund, Nina Wathne, Courtney Miles, Sharon Lewis, and Astrid Vierdal named All-GCAC. Abby Jones named All-GCAC honorable mention. Astrid Vierdal named GCAC defensive player of the year. Lindsay Grant named GCAC Offensive Player Of The Year. Nina Wathne named GCAC Most Valuable Player. Uwe Tittl named GCAC Coach of the Year and NAIA Southwest Region Coach of the Year. Astrid Vierdal, Christina Werner, Nina Wathne, and Jackie Law named NAIA/UMBRO/NSCAA All Americans First Team. Sara Krupa, Katherine Sund, and Lindsay Grant named Second Team All-Americans. Vanessa Sims named Third Team All-American. Astrid Vierdal, Nina Wathne, Courtney Sells, and Jackie Law named to NAIA National All-Tournament Team. Jackie Law named NAIA National Tournament MVP. Nina Wathne named NAIA Player Of The Year. Uwe Tittl named NAIA National Coach of the Year and NSCAA National Coach of the Year. 

 

1996:

Final season record was 20-4. GCAC Champions. 2nd at NAIA National Championships. Sara Krupa, Vanessa Sims, Ashley Haas, Becky Beard, Christy Cox, Pam Byrne, Therese Lewis, Nina Wathne and Nina Ellingsen named to All-GCAC Team. Pam Byrne named GCAC Defensive Player Of The Year. Nina Ellingsen named GCAC Offensive Player Of The Year. Uwe Tittl named GCAC Coach Of The Year. Nina Wathne, Nina Ellingsen, and Pam Byrne named NAIA First Team All-Americans. Sara Krupa named NAIA Second Team All-American. Therese Lewis named NAIA Third Team All-American. Vanessa Sims and Martha Olson named NAIA Academic All-Americans.

 

1995:

Final season record was 15-8. GCAC Champions. Pam Byrne, Therese Lewis, Solveig Baadsvik, Becky Beard and Christy Cox named All-GCAC first team. Jenny Santowski and Cheryl Moore named to GCAC second team. Irina Teneva GCAC Offensive player of the year. Irina Teneva, Solveig Baadsvik, Pam Byrne named to NAIA Southwest regional team. Irina Teneva named First Team All-American. Solveig Baadsvik and Pam Byrne named to NAIA honorable mention for All-American team. Irina Teneva named NAIA Academic All-American.

 

1994:

Final season record was 12-6-1. Third place at Regional Tournament. Second place in Sub-Regional. Kellie Mitchell and Irina Teneva named All-American. Kellie Mitchell, Vanessa Sims, Irina Teneva and Leslie Vincent named Scholar Athletes. Irina Teneva named Academic All-American.

 

1993:

Final season record was 18-2-1. District 30 Champions. Kellie Mitchell, Pam Byrne, Nicole Lamia, Kelly Watson, Nicole Harridine, and Irina Teneva named to the District 30 First Team. Kellie Mitchell named District 30 Player of the Year. Uwe Tittl named District 30 Coach of the Year.

 

1992:

Inaugural Season. Final season record was 5-7-2. Kellie Mitchell, Irina Teneva, and Kathleen O'Callagan named to the women's NAIA District 30 and GCAC Teams. Kellie Mitchell named District 30 Player of the Year.