ROLLINS ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK - Last updated September 1, 2015

1997 - Under the guidance of veteran men's soccer coach Keith Buckley, women's soccer moved from club to varsity status. The Tars defeated Palm Beach Atlantic 2-1 in their first game.

1998 - The Tars enter the Sunshine State Conference in its first year of sponsoring women's soccer, and they finished the year with a conference record of 2-3.

2001 - Kate Moran named SSC Freshman of the Year.

2003 - Former Rollins men's soccer standout Tony Amato took over for Becky Craig as the head coach and led the Tars to a school record 13 wins. Possessing one of the best defenses in the nation, Rollins recorded nine shutout victories and advanced to the semifinals of the SSC Tournament.

2004 - Rollins out-shot SSC Regular Season Champion Barry 4-3 on penalty kicks after a tied game in the SSC Tournament semi-finals to advance to the tournament finals.

2006 - Lindsay Giblin became the first Rollins women's soccer player to be named SSC Player of the Year.

2007 - Having been named Player of the Year in 2006, Giblin again wins the award and adds Offensive Player of the Year honors to her resume.  Head coach Tony Amato led the Tars to their fourth season in five years with 10 or more wins, finishing with an overall record of 10-8-1.

2008 - Dana Merrill earns the program's first ever Defensive Player of the Year honors, as well as becomes the first Daktronics All-American, while head coach Tony Amato garners SSC Coach of the Year for the first time in his career.  Rollins wins their first ever SSC Regular Season Championship, but tied Saint Leo 1-1 in the semifinals of the tournament, and fell to the Lions 3-1 in the shootout.  The Tars went on to earn their first ever bid to the NCAA Tournament, and hosted Florida Southern and Florida Tech. Rollins earned a bye in the first round, and defeated Florida Tech in the second round 4-0.  The Tars took on West Florida in the Third Round, but fell to the Argos 2-0.

2009 - Head coach Tony Amato repeats as SSC Coach of the Year, and Meagan Thomas earns Defensive Player of the Year.  The Tars make history once again as they win the regular season and conference tournament championship titles, and earned their second-straight bid to the NCAA Tournament.  Rollins hosted Florida Tech and Florida Southern, defeating Florida Tech in the Second Round with a score of 3-0.  The Tars traveled to Carson-Newman in Jefferson City, Tenn., to take on West Florida in the third round, and fell to the Argos by a slim 1-0 margin.

2010 - Under the tutelage of new head coach Patrick Baker, the Tars finish their season with a record of 10-5-2, and 4-2-2 in SSC action.  The Tars were bumped out of the conference Tournament in the first round, losing to Tampa, but earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive season.  Rollins was given a bye in the first round of the tourney as the top seed, and took on Florida Tech in second-round action at home.  The Panthers defeated the Tars 2-0, ending their post-season trip.  Defender Meagan Thomas highlighted a talented group of student-athletes, earning SSC, NSCAA, Daktronics, and Scholar All-America awards and honors for her performance.

2011 - After serving as Rollins women's soccer's top assistant for six years, Alicia Milyak was promoted to head coach in Feb. 2011. In her first year at the helm, she led the Tars to a 14-3-2 record, a berth in the NCAA tournament for the fourth straight season, and was named was named the NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year. The Tars' season ended in the first round of the tournament after a 2-0 loss at the hands of SSC foe, Tampa. Rollins said goodbye to three seniors: Charlotte Murrell, Michelle Dillingham, and Ashley Waplinger. Charlotte Murrell was a two-time All-America selection in her time as a Tar and a four-time All-SSC selection. Dillingham is easily the best statistical goalkeeper in program history and was named the 2011 SSC Defensive Player of the Year while Waplinger left with 27 career assists, 3rd most in program history.

2012 - The Tars finished the regular season 12-5-2, 7-1 in conference to clinch their third SSC regular season title. They earned a number one seed in the SSC Tournament and hosting duties but eventually fell short in the Championship. After a bye in round one of the NCAA Championships, the Tars fell at home to SSC rival Tampa, 1-0. Rollins finished at No. 19 in the final NSCAA/Continental Tire Division II Poll. Five Tars were named to the All-SSC teams including Offensive Player of the Year, Brenna McKee, and Defensive Player of the Year, Anita Cox, and the SSC Coach of the Year, Coach Schuck. McKee and Cox also were named All-America honorable mention.

2013 - Rollins finished the regular season with an overall record of 16-4, finishing second in the SSC at 7-1. The Tars went on to win their second SSC Tournament in program history and earned their sixth straight bid into the NCAA Tournament. As the No. 2 seed in the South Region, Rollins received a bye in the first round before defeating Tampa, 3-2, in double OT in the second round. The Tars then fell to West Florida in the South Region Final. Seven Tars were named All-SSC with Taylor Thigpen, Mora Johnson and Paxton Sickler named to the first team. Each were also named first team All-South Region with Brenna McKee, Emma Jones and Azure Dorsey named to the second team. Along with All-SSC and All-Region, Sickler was named to the Daktronics first team All-America. Assistant Coach Andy Varns was named the Regional Assistant Coach of the Year in the South.

2014 - The Tars opened the season at No. 14 and would climb to No. 7 midway through the season after a 2-1 upset over then No. 2 West Florida on the road. Overall, Rollins defeated 10 nationally-ranked opponents, cruising to their second straight SSC Tournament crown and a seventh straight bid to the NCAA Tournament. As the No. 2 seed in the South Region, the Tars advanced all the way to the National Championship game before falling to Grand Valley State. Before 2014, Rollins had never advanced past the third round of the tournament. Rollins finished the year second in the nation in total assists and third in goals scored, averaging an even three goals per game. The Tars were also one of just six teams in the country to win at least 20 games. Six Tars were named to the All-SSC teams highlighted by Brenna McKee and Azure Dorsey who were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively. McKee, Dorsey and Paxton Sickler were also named to the Daktronics All-America teams with McKee adding first team NSCAA All-America honors as well. Head Coach Alicia Schuck was named the NSCAA Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year with Samantha Collin taking home the Elite 89 Award, which is given to the person with the highest GPA of the players remaining at the National Semifinal banquet. The Tars ended the season ranked No. 2 in the final NSCAA National Poll, the highest ranking in the history of the program.

2015 - The Tars opened the season ranked No. 2 in the NSCAA Preseason Poll, and second in the conference poll. After a pair of early season wins the Tars climbed up to the top spot in the national rankings, the first time in program history. Rollins fought their way to a 10-6 record, including a home win over No. 3 Columbus State. The Tars managed a 5-3 SSC record, earning them a fourth seed in the conference tournament, however they fell to Florida Tech in the first round to close out their season. Four Tars took home SSC Honors highlighted with Paxton Sickler earning a spot on the All-Conference First Team, while Kathryn O’Brien was named Freshman of the Year. Sickler was also placed on the D2CCA All-South Region Team and NSCAA All-South Region First Team. O’Brien, Megan Block, and Emma Bloom also garnered NSCAA South Region recognition. 

2016 - The Tars opened the season 7-1-0 in their first eight games, climbing as high as sixth in the country. Rollins tied three of their last six games to finish the regular season 9-2-3, earning the fourth seed in the SSC Tournament. The Tars defeated Tampa in the first round, but fell to Saint Leo in the semifinals. Rollins earned the No. 4 seed in the NCAA South Region, and defeated Lee in the first round of the tournament, before falling to Barry in overtime. The program retired the number 13 in honor of Rollins Women’s Soccer Pioneer Shay Wilber. Paxton Sickler became one of only six players to ever earn First Team All-SSC four times, while Megan Block and Samantha Collin both earned spots on CoSIDA Academic All-American Teams. Five Tars earned spots on the NSCAA All-South Region Teams.