Women's Soccer at Whitman College


1995 Whitman Women's Soccer Roster

No.NamePos.YearHometown//Previous School
17Anne BarboDFr.Seattle WA // The Bush School
8Anju BhargavaFFr.Anchorage AK // West Anchorage HS
16Amy BurkothFSr.Palo Alto CA // Henry Gunn HS
3Leah ChristensonMJr.Everett WA // Snohomish (WA) HS
00Theresa DieterleKSr.Richland WA // Richland HS
11Anne FletcherDSo.Berkeley CA // Berkeley HS
0Genie HuntemannKJr.Anchorage AK // West Anchorage HS
6Melissa JacobFFr.Bellevue WA // Sammamish HS
13Erin LawsonDSo.Littleton CO // Heritage HS
10Wendy LilliedollDSo.Davis CA // Davis HS
12Linda LomanDSr.Las Cruces NM // Las Cruces HS
Cottey College (Nevada MO)
xxMichelle McCuneDFr.Issaquah WA // Issaquah HS
5Kristen OttMFr.Tigard OR // Tigard HS
4Stephanie PalmerMSr.Salt Lake City UT
Burke Mountain Academy (East Burke VT)
19Joelle RickardDJr.Forest Grove OR // Forest Grove HS
18Sara SakamotoFSo.Kailua HI // Punahou School (Honolulu)
14Carole SkeetersMJr.Sherwood OR // Sherwood HS
2Annie StewartMFr.Bellevue WA // Newport HS
9Karen ValaasMJr.Bellevue WA // Bellevue HS
15Molly WillisDJr.Corvallis OR // Crescent Valley HS
7Amy ZiglerMJr.Lynnwood WA // Grapevine (TX) HS

1995 Coaching Staff

Coach: Scott Shields Asst. Coach: Kamala Budge
Trainer: Juli Duffus Athletic Director: Max Seachris

1995 Scoring Statistics

Amy Burkoth: 10 goals, 2 assists, 22 points
Sara Sakamoto: 3 goals, 4 assists, 10 points
Stephanie Palmer: 3 goals, 1 assist, 7 points
Carole Skeeters: 1 goal, 4 assists, 6 points
Leah Christensen: 2 goals, 1 assist, 5 points
Annie Stewart: 2 goals, 4 points
Joelle Rickard: 1 goal, 1 assist, 3 points
Kristen Ott: 1 goal, 1 assist, 3 points
Melissa Jacob: 1 goal, 2 points
Anne Fletcher: 1 assist, 1 point.

1995 Goalkeeping

Genie Huntemann: 134 saves, 4 shutouts, 29 goals allowed in 1,680 minutes.

Statistics revised Oct. 30, 1995, to include 18 games. Final season totals.


1995 Post-Season Awards

Molly Willis, a three-year starter on defense, was named to both the All-Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges (NCIC) Team as well as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's All-West Region second team. Willis also received All-America Scholar-Athlete honors from the NAIA for the 1995 fall season. A year ago as a sophomore, Willis earned all-conference honorable mention recognition.

Recipients of 1995 team awards included Amy Burkoth, Best Offensive Player for the second consecutive season, and Willis, who was named Best Defensive Player. Goalie Genie Huntemann took home the Most Valuable Player award, while senior Linda Loman was named Most Inspirational.

Sara Sakamoto received the Best Team Player award, and Anne Barbo was named Most Improved. Wendy Lilliedoll earned the Coach's Award.