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Hello American Athletic Conference: We Are Memphis Women's Soccer


July 9, 2013

Hello American Athletic Conference, We Are Memphis:

On July 1, the University of Memphis officially became a member of the American Athletic Conference. Beginning July 8, GoTigersGo.com brings a daily introduction of each sport at the University of Memphis to the American Athletic Conference. The sport schedule is below with links to previous featured programs. 

FB - July 8

VB - July 11 Rifle - July 16 MBB - July 19 SB - July 24

WSoc - July 9

MSoc - July 12 WBB - July 17 WTen - July 22 MTen - July 25

MGolf - July 10

WGolf - July 15 T&F - July 18 BSB - July 23 University - July 26

NCAA Tournament Appearances

Memphis has appeared in the NCAA Tournament five times, including serving as host for first and second/third rounds at Mike Rose Soccer Complex in 2011
 
Memphis won its fifth-straight conference championship in 2011 at Mike Rose Soccer Complex
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NSCAA All-Americans

Ashley Berra (2009), Vendula Strnadova (2010), Christabel Oduro (2011),  Lizzy Simonin (2011) and Elise Kuhar-Pitters (2011) earned All-America honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
Ashley Berra was the first player to earn All-America honors 

Conference Championships

Memphis Women's Soccer claimed conference championships in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011
Memphis won its fifth-straight conference championship in 2011 at Mike Rose Soccer Complex

Conference Player of the Year Accolades

Memphis has seen nine student-athletes earn conference player of the year honors. Christabel Oduro is a two-time Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year (2011/2012) while Ashley Berra (2009), Vendula Strnadova (2008) and Shoko Mikami (2005) have also earned that distinction. Memphis was home to the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year for three-straight seasons with Lizzy Simonin (2010/2011) and Kelsey Bakker (2009) taking the honors. Vendula Strnadova was a two-time Conference USA Midfielder of the Year (2008/2010).
Two-time Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year Lizzy Simonin won the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in 2011
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Undefeated Regular Season (2011)

Memphis was unbeaten in the regular season, climbining as high as No. 3 in the top-25 polls. 
Memphis drew record crowds on three different occasions during the 2011 season. 
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Wins Since 2007

Memphis has an outstanding mark of 95-29-8 since the 2007 season. 
The infographic above compares Memphis' 95 wins in the last six seasons with win totals of the other American Athletic Conference programs
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Looking For Program Win No. 200

Memphis fielded its first team in 1995 and the 2013 campaign will be the 19th. Memphis is 191-154-20.
The home field for Memphis Women's Soccer is Mike Rose Soccer Complex
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