1993

1993 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • In first game as a varsity sport, Marquette falls to Evansville 1-0 on Sept. 4, 1993 at Valley Fields
  • Won first game in team history in a 1-0 win at Teikyo Westmar
  • Lezlie Barrett scored first-ever goal and led the team with nine scores
  • Finished season with a 6-10-2 record
  • Capped first season with a 5-1 win over Valparaiso

1994

199 Team

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Finished the season with a 7-7-4 record
  • Played in six double-overtime matches, putting up a 2-0-4 mark
  • Kim Engelbert and Stay Sipotz made the Great Midwest First Team
  • Anne Klosterman and Maureen Mathews made the Second Team
  • Sandy Nechay was Great Midwest All-Newcomer

 

 

1995

1995 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Notched a 8-11-2 record in the Golden Eagles’ first season in Conference USA
  • Jessica Peterson made Conference USA First Team and won conference Freshman of the Year
  • Regina Sekyra also made first team and Kim Engelbert made second team

 

1996

1996 Team

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Marquette named Markus Roeders the second head coach in team history in May of 1996
  • In Roeders’ first season, he led the Golden Eagles to a 16-6-1 record and a C-USA regular season title
  • Advanced to the C-USA Championship title match
  • Roeders was named C-USA Coach of the Year
  • Kelly Roethe led the team with 33 points on 13 goals and seven assists
  • Roethe earned C-USA Freshman of the Year and made the conference first team
  • Regina Sekyra also made the first team

 1997

1997 Team Photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

  • The Golden Eagles won the C-USA regular season title for the second straight year and made an appearance in the tournament championship game
  • Marquette earned a 14-2-4 record featuring 10-game win streak and a 13-game unbeaten streak
  • Kelly Roethe had another successful season, scoring 11 goals and dishing three assists to lead the team with 25 points
  • Roethe won C-USA MVP and midfielder of the year
  • Mo Bothwell also made conference first team
  • Rhegan Hyypio was named C-USA’s most valuable defender

1998

1998 Team

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Team went 15-5-2 and earned its first ever national ranking on September 14
  • Closed the season with an eight game winning streak
  • Made an appearance in the C-USA Championship match
  • Kelly Roethe led the Golden Eagles in scoring for the third straight season with 32 points on 12 goals and eight assists

1999

  • Equaled highest-ever win total with a 16-7-2 record
  • Won C-USA Tournament for the first time and made NCAA Tournament for the first time
  • In C-USA Championship game, the Golden Eagles beat Charlotte in overtime
  • In NCAA Tournament debut, won 3-2 over Missouri in a four-overtime match
  • In her senior season, Kelly Roethe completed her third-straight 30-point season with 13 goals and seven assists
  • Roethe was named C-USA’s Most Valuable Midfielder and named to All-Conference First Team

 

2000

2000 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Team set a record for wins with a 20-3-1 record and was one of five teams in the nation with 20 wins
  • Rhegan Hyypio (first team) and Kate Gordon (second team) were Marquette’s first-ever All-America selections
  • Three players made all-region and eight made all-conference
  • Markus Roeders was named Coach of the Year for Conference USA and the Great Lakes Region for the NSCAA
  • Marquette finished the season nationally ranked for the first time at No. 24
  • Ranked as high as 17 during the season
  • Undefeated in conference play and won second-straight tournament title
  • Beat Wright State in the first-round of the NCAA Tournament

2001

2001 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Went 16-6 and made the NCAA Tournament for the third time
  • Received first-ever at large bid to the NCAAs
  • Kate Gordon won C-USA Player of the Year and made First Team All-Region
  • Anne Dalecky was C-USA Co-Defensive Player of the Year and made All-Region

2002

2002 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Earned a 13-8-3 record and made the NCAA Tournament for the fourth year in a row
  • Ranked as high as 15th, highlighted by wins over Wisconsin, Dayton and nationally ranked Duke
  • Kate Gordon made all-league and Second Team All-America
  • Anne Dalecky made all-region
  • Markus Roeders and assistant head coach Frank Pelaez picked up their 100th career win with a 1-0 win over Dayton

2003

2003 Team


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Team went 11-8-1
  • Lindsay Smale made the all-region team
  • Smale, Anne Ioder and Kristen Jensen also were named regional academic All-Americans

2004

  • Marquette had a 12-8-1 record, marking the 10th straight season with 10 or more wins and a winning record
  • In final season with C-USA, the team made a semifinal appearance in the conference tournament
  • Four Golden Eagles made all-league teams
  • Julie Thompson and Ashley George selected to all-region teams
  • Markus Roeders earned Conference USA’s Coach of the Decade

2005

2005 Team

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • In first year in the BIG EAST, Marquette went 19-4-1 and 9-2 in conference play
  • Season highlighted with wins over No. 13 Illinois and No. 6 Notre Dame
  • Made the NCAA Tournament for the fifth time and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time
  • Laura Boyer was a third-team All American
  • Nine Golden Eagles received conference, regional or national postseason awards for the 2005 season
  • Roeders won BIG EAST Coach of the Year and Coach of the Year honors from the NSCAA and Soccer Buzz


2006

2006 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Team went 12-6-5 and opened the season ranked on all three major polls
  • Went 7-3-1 in the BIG EAST and took second place in the American Division
  • Made a sixth trip to the NCAA Tournament
  • Allison Mallams made All-BIG EAST Second Team, Michelle Pitzl made All-BIG EAST Third Team and both earned regional honors from NSCAA and Soccer Buzz





2007

2007 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Team went 12-4-4 and was ranked as high as No. 12
  • Marquette won at least 11 games for the 12th straight season
  • Had best-ever start to a season, ripping off a 9-0-1 record in their first 10 matches
  • Finished in third place in the American Division and earned a first-round bye in the conference
  • Roeders picked up his 175th career win 
  • Ashley Bares led the Golden Eagles with eight goals
  • Allison Mallams and Christy Zwolski made Second Team All-BIG EAST and Laura Boyer and Katie Kelly made third team
  • Boyer was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Third Team
  • Kelly also was a Top Drawer Soccer College Team of the Season First Team selection

2008

 2008 Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The Golden Eagles finished the year 11-8-3, hitting the 11-win mark for the 13th-straight season
  • Made the NCAA Tournament for the seventh time
  • Went 6-3-2 in conference play, good for second place in the American Division and advanced to tournament semifinals
  • Katie Kelly finished her career tied for the most-career starts with 89 and tied for second on assists with 25
  • Kelly made Second Team All-BIG EAST and made the all-tournament team
  • Shannon Cusick, Ashley Bares and Julia Victor made BIG EAST Third Team
  • Katie Miller was named to the CoSIDA and ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District 5 First Team
  • Laura Boyer won the 62nd annual McCahill Award
  • Christy Zwolski was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team
  • Zwolski also played with the USA Soccer Association National Team in two matches against the Mexican Olympic Team

2009

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Went 15-5-3 and 7-2-2 in BIG EAST play
  • Won first-ever BIG EAST American Division Championship
  • Ended the season with a No. 25 ranking by the NSCAA and a No. 10 ranking by Soccer America
  • Roeders picked up his 200th career win and earned BIG EAST Coach of the Year
  • Rachael Sloan earned Marquette’s first-ever All-BIG EAST First Team Selection and made the NSCAA All-Northeast Region Second Team
  • Goalie Natalie Kulla set a school record for shutouts with 16 and made the all-BIG EAST Second Team
  • Kulla was invited to five US Women’s U-23 team training camps and was named to the U-23 Women’s National Team
  • Rosie Malone-Povolny made All-BIG EAST Third Team
  • Ally Miller made the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team


2010

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

  • Went undefeated 11-0-0 in BIG EAST Play for the first time in school history
  • Finished season 16-5-4
  • Team featured future pros Maegan Kelly, Ashley Bares, Rosie Malone-Povolny
  • US U23-WNT Training Camp invitees Rachael Sloan, Natalie Kulla
  • National ranking as high as 8
  • Advanced to NCAA Sweet 16 after beating Central Michigan and Wisconsin in PKs
  • Won BIG EAST American Division Champions for second straight year
  • Markus Roeders named NSCAA/Mondo Northeast Region Coach of the Year
  • Roeders won BIG EAST Coach of the Year for second straight season
  • Kulla won BIG EAST goalkeeper of the year
  • Kerry McBride won BIG EAST defensive player of the year
  • Ashley Bares and Racheal Sloan named to All-BIG EAST First Team
  • Rosie Malone-Povolny All-BIG EAST Third Team
  • Maegan Kelly All-BIG EAST Rookie Team
  • First time in program history a player won a major BIG EAST award and first time multiple Golden Eagles earned all-BIG EAST First Team accolades
  • Closed season with No. 12/9 ranking
  • Kulla invited to US U-23 National Team Camp this season
  • Rosie Malone-Povolny played professionally following her MU career


2011

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Ranked as high as No. 5, finished season with No. 12/19 ranking
  • Made NCAAs for 10th time
  • Won a share of BIG EAST American Division Title for third straight year
  • Regular season record 18-4-0 and conference record 10-1-0
  • Advanced to second round of NCAA after beating Toledo in the first round 1-0 in overtime
  • Kulla won BIG EAST goalkeeper of the year for second straight season
  • Kerry McBride won BIG EAST defensive player of the year for second straight season
  • Maegan Kelly All-BIG EAST First Team Honors, Ally Miller on All-BIG EAST Third Team and Maddy Vicker made BIG EAST All-Rookie Team


2012

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  • Finished season with 18-2-3 record and a 9-0-1 BIG EAST record
  • Advanced to Sweet 16 in NCAA Tournament after beating Illinois State and Princeton. Lost in Sweet 16 to BYU in PKs
  • Made the NCAAs for the fifth straight season
  • Won first-ever BIG EAST Conference Tournament Championship
  • Won BIG EAST American Division Championship for the fourth year in a row
  • Nationally ranked for the whole season, reaching as high as No. 6, finished season ranked 12th
  • Ally Miller Capital One All-America first team selection
  • Miller named to NSCAA/Continental Tire Women’s NCAA Division I All-America second team and selected to second team Senior CLASS Award list
  • Miller and Amanda Engel made first team NSCAA/Continental Tire Women’s NCAA Division One All-Northeast Team and Rachel Brown and Maegan Kelly made second team
  • Maegan Kelly named to second team All-America by College Sports Madness
  • Ally Miller won BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year, third straight year a Golden Eagles won the award
  • Miller, Rachel Brown and Maegan Kelly all made first team All-BIG EAST honors
  • Rachael Sloan made second team
  • Amanda Engel, Emily Jacobson and Taylor Madigan all made third team All-BIG EAST
  • Engel ranked third in the NCAA with a .42 goals against average
  • Ally Miller made the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team


2013

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Finished season 18-4-0 and 9-0-0 in the BIG EAST
  • Ended season ranked No. 8/6
  • Made NCAA Tournament for sixth straight season
  • Won the BIG EAST Tournament Title and regular season title
  • Coaching staff won Coaching Staff of the Year for the BIG EAST
  • Emily Jacobson, Maegan Kelly (unanimous) and Taylor Madigan made first team All-BIG EAST
  • Mady Vicker, Mary Luba and Amanda Engel all-BIG EAST second team
  • Cara Jacobson and Katie Hishmeh made all-BIG EAST third team
  • NSCAA/Continental Tire Women's NCAA Division I All-Northeast Region team: Senior Maegan Kelly and Emily Jacobson were named to the first team, while classmate Taylor Madigan earned second team accolades and junior Mary Luba was a third team selection
  • Kelly third team NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division 1 All-America team
  • Kelly became MU’s all-time assists leader with 37 during the season
  • Kelly drafted by FC Kansas City in the fourth round following the season


2014

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Went 10-8-3 and 5-2-1 in conference play
  • Mary Luba and Liz Bartels made All-BIG EAST First Team and Jacie Jermier and Morgan Proffitt made All-BIG EAST Second Team
  • Luba also was selected to the NSCAA Continental Tire/NCAA Division I Women’s All-Northeast Region second team
  • Following her graduation from Marquette, Luba signed a contract to play for the Chicago Red Stars, a team she is still a part of


2015

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

  • Posted a 8-8-4 overall record, with a 5-3-1 mark in BIG EAST play
  • Jacie Jermier and Morgan Proffitt made All-BIG EAST First Team
  • Liz Bartels and Darian Powell were named to All-BIG EAST Second Team
  • Jaime Kutey made BIG EAST All-Freshman Team
  • Marked 20th season for head coach Markus Roeders
  • Jacie Jermier named first team NSCAA All-Northeast Region
  • Morgan Proffitt and Darian Powell made the second team for the NSCAA All-Northeast Region


2016

2009 BIG EAST American Division Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

  • Had a 12-8-2 record with a 7-2-0 BIG EAST record
  • Won BIG EAST Regular Season Title (sixth overall)
  • Made the NCAA Tournament
  • Morgan Proffitt won BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year and made All-BIG EAST First Team
  • Liz Bartels made all-BIG EAST Second Team
  • Coaches won BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year
  • Maddy Henry (unanimous) and Emily Hess made the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team
  • Proffitt made the NSCAA second team for All-Northeast Region and Bartels made the third team
  • Morgan Proffitt selected 12th in the NWSL Draft by the Chicago Red Stars following the season and earned an invite to the US U-23 WNT Camp
  • Markus Roeders earned his 300th career win


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