Cochise College Athletics

Stats/Records


Cochise College soccer has enjoyed much success since the program’s inception in 1998. The Apaches have had players named NJCAA All-Americans, to NJCAA First Team All-Region teams, and to numerous ACCAC first and second teams. Former Cochise players have also played in the Women’s Professional Soccer League. Cochise College is an environment that fosters athletic, academic and personal growth through the game of soccer.

Statistics open

The National Junior College Athletic Association has an online archive of statistics dating back to the year 2000. Click here to view Cochise College women’s soccer stats on the NJCAA website.

NJCAA Region I Playoff Appearances open

2013 — 3rd place
2012 — 6th place
2008 — 6th place
2007 — 5th place
2006 — 3rd place
2005 — 2nd place
2004 — 3rd place
2003 — 2nd place
2002 — 5th place
2001 — 2nd place
2000 — 3rd place
1999 — 3rd place

Individual Honors open

NJCAA First Team All-American

2003: Kira Sharp, midfielder
2001: Cassie Worley, forward

NJCAA Second Team All-American

2000: Cassie Worley, forward

NSCAA All-Central

2000: Cassie Worley, forward

First Team All-Region

2013: Talya De Leon, forward
2012: Makenna Lehrman, defender
2011: Kayla Davis, forward
2010: Kayla Davis, forward
2009: Yadira Garcia, defender; Miriana Brito Neves, forward
2005: Danielle Ayala, midfielder
2003: Jennifer Goodrum, defender; Kira Sharp, midfielder
2002: Andrea Daniels, midfielder; Jessica Rosas, forward; Kira Sharp, midfielder
2001: Jennifer Contreras, midfielder; Yvette Diaz de Leon, midfielder; Cassie Worley, forward
2000: Tina Contreras, midfielder; Jennifer Thompson, defender; Cassie Worley, forward
1999: Tina Contreras, midfielder; Anna Fischer, goalie/forward
1998: Anna Fischer, goalie/forward

Second Team All-Region

2013: Victoria McNary, defender

First Team All-ACCAC

2013: Talya De Leon, forward
2012: Makenna Lehrman, defender
2011: Kayla Davis, forward
2010: Kayla Davis, forward
2009: Yadira Garcia, defender; Mariana Brito Nevas, forward
2007: Helena Appiagyei, forward
2006: Kalila Peterson, goalie
2005: Danielle Ayala, midfielder
2003: Jennifer Goodrum, defender; Kira Sharp, defender
2002: Andrea Daniels, midfielder; Jessica Rosas, forward; Kira Sharp, midfielder
2001: Jennifer Contreras, midfielder; Yvette Diaz de Leon, midfielder; Jessica Thompson, defender; Cassie Worley, forward
2000: Tina Contreras, midfielder; Cassie Worley, forward
1999: Tina Contreras, midfielder; Anna Fischer, goalie/forward
1998: Anna Fischer, goalie/forward

Second Team All-ACCAC

2013: Tori McNary, defender
2012: Talya De Leon, forward
2011: Franciel Bonfonti, midfielder
2008: Jennifer Ransford, midfielder
2007: Nileea Eastman, defender; Sheela Thompson, midfielder
2006: Helena Appiagyei, forward; Yazmin Samayoa
2005: Mary Barrett, defender; Heather Kazarian, foward
2003: April Cline, goalie; Roxanne Martinez; Valerie Noriega, midfielder
2002: Shana Brown, forward; April Cline, goalie
2001: Emily Schigut, goalie
1999: Jessica Thompson, defender

ACCAC Honorable Mention

2013: Ivonne Cisneros, forward
2012: Lisa Christensen, midfielder
2010: Yadira Garcia, defender
2008: Justine Godoy, midfielder
2007: Amanda Thielhart, defender
2005: Rachel Brusnahan, midfielder
2002: Ashley Russell, defender; Danielle Urban, defender

Individual Records open

Goals scored, single game: Helena Appiagyei, 5 vs. Scottsdale, Oct. 17, 2007
Goals scored, season: Cassie Worley, 20, 2001
Goals scored, career: Cassie Worley, 39, 2000-01
Per game scoring average, season: Anna Fischer, 1.0, 1999
Per game scoring average, career: Anna Fischer, 1.0, 1998-99
Multiple-goal games, season: Cassie Worley, 5, 2000-01
Multiple-goal games, career: Cassie Worley, 10, 2000-01
Goal scoring streak, consecutive games: Cassie Worley, 6, 2000
Points scored, consecutive games: Cassie Worley, 6, 2000
Saves, one game: Anna Fischer, 22 vs. Glendale, Sept. 19, 1998
Saves, season: Anna Fischer, 123, 1998
Saves, career: Anna Fischer, 138, 1998-99
Shutouts, season: April Cline, 11, 2003
Shutouts, career: April Cline, 19, 2003
Best goals against average, season: April Cline, .600, 2003
Best goals against average, career: Nadine Bualle, .892, 1999
Assists, one game: 3 — Shana Brown vs. Phoenix, Sept. 8, 2001; Ivonne Cisneros vs. Gateway, Aug. 31, 2013, and vs. South Mountain, Sept. 21, 2013
Assists, season: Shana Brown, 10, 2001
Assists, career: Shana Brown, 14, 2001-02
Points, one game: 9 (4g, 1a) — Amanda McDowell vs. Chandler-Gilbert, Sept. 2, 1998; Shana Brown vs. Chandler-Gilbert, Sept. 26, 2001; Cassie Worley vs. Glendale, Sept. 29, 2001
Points, season: Cassie Worley, 44 (19g, 6a), 2000
Points, career: Cassie Worley, 87 (39g, 9a), 2000-01
Golden goals, season: Charleen Rosson, 2, 1999
Golden goals, career: Charleen Rosson, 2, 1999-2000
Game-winning goals, season: 4 — Roxanne Martinez, 2003; Kira Sharp, 2002; Cassie Worley, 2001
Game-winning goals, career: Cassie Worley, 7, 2000-01

Team Records open

Goals scored, one game: 13 vs. Scottsdale, Sept. 17, 2003
Goals scored, season: 64, 2001 & 2003
Per game scoring average, season: 2.9, 2001 & 2003
Goals allowed, one game: 9 vs. Glendale, Sept. 19, 2008; 9 vs. UTEP, Aug. 25, 2002
Longest winning streak: 8, Sept. 22-Oct. 17, 2001
Longest unbeaten streak: 10, Aug. 25-Sept. 19, 2001; 10, Sept. 12-21, 2000; 10, Aug. 23-Sept. 26, 2003
Most wins, season: 17, 2001
Most losses, season: 14, 1998
Longest winless streak: 8, 1998
Fewest goals allowed, season: 20, 2003
Largest margin of victory, 13 vs. Scottsdale (13-0), Sept. 17, 2003
Largest margin of defeat: 9 vs. Glendale (9-0), Sept. 19, 1998; 9 vs. UTEP (9-0), Aug. 25, 2002
Longest home winning streak: 7, 2001
Longest road winning streak: 4, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2013
Most ties, season: 4, 2006
Most shutouts, season: 12, 2003
Most shutouts suffered, season: 14, 1998