#14 Regan Wiesemann
2001: Florida starter for the opening two matches of the season...Appeared in a total of nine matches in 2001 turning in a goals-against-average of 1.374...Shared five shutout wins... Member of the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
2000: Appeared in nine matches, starting against South Florida...Posted a solo shutout vs. South Florida and shares the shutout in four other matches...Turned in a season goals-against-average of 1.508...Season-high three saves came at Miami...Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
1999: Started the first 10 matches for the Gators in goal and turned in a total of 969 minutes for UF in 1999...Posted a goals against average of 0.464...Posted 5.27 shutouts (two solo) in 1999 and leads UF's goalkeepers with a record of 11-0 (seven solo wins)...Split time in goal with Jordan Kellgren for seven matches in 1999...Part of five consecutive shutouts twice during 1999 season...Turned in eight saves at Penn State, which ties for second on the Gators All-Time Match High List.
High School: 1998 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-America selection at goalkeeper...1998 Kentucky's NSCAA Player of the Year...named Kentucky's Miss Soccer for 1998... Three-time first-team all-state selection (1996-98)...Four-time all-regional team member...member of 1998 Bluegrass Cup All-Tournament team...Holds Kentucky's state record for career shutouts with 37...Coached by Diana Niland at Bowling Green High School.
Club: 1998 & 97 ODP Region II team member...Three-time member of the Region II pool team...Three-time Kentucky state team selection...Traveled to Europe with Region II team in spring of 1998...Member of the 1999 state champion Carmel Cajuns (Carmel, Ind.) club team and coached by Gene and Tara Lindley...Member of the Bon Air Thunder U-18 1997 state championship team.
Personal: Born March 30, 1981 in Bowling Green, Ky...Daughter of Dr. Richard and Rosemary Wiesemann...Older sister, Ranney, lettered in tennis at Transylvania and brother, Ryan, lettered in baseball at Emory...1999 graduate of Bowling Green High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Student Government...Recipient of 1998 AP Physics and World Civilization Awards...Considered Stanford, Harvard, Syracuse and Duke before choosing Florida...half of her current class load is made up of graduate-level decision information sciences courses...Will graduate in May of 2002 with her bachelor's degree in DIS and will continue at UF for another year to receive her master's degree in DIS.
Major: Decision Information Sciences
|Wiesemann's Collegiate Statistics|
|1999||16 / 10||969||40||5||0.464||5.27|
|2000||9 / 1||372||15||6||1.452||2.7|
|2001||9 / 2||393||10||6||1.374||0|
|Totals||34 / 13||1734||65||17||0.882||7.94|