Retired from collegiate soccer after 1996 season
1996: Played 14 matches including one start at forward (Tennessee) for 325 minutes...Six shots and one assist on the year...Had assist on Gators second goal in a 9-0 UF victory over Mercer.
1995: Transferred to Florida from Georgia State University...17 games (nine starts) for 907 minutes...Five goals and five assists for 15 points...Tied for fourth on team in scoring and second in assists...Posted team high four points vs. East Carolina, scoring one goal and registering two assists...Scored game winning goal (one minute after entering match) and an assist vs. Louisiana State...Scored first goal in Florida soccer history in first half of 9 2 victory over Orlando Lions club team during a preseason exhibition match.
1994: Saw action in 16 games (14 starts) at GSU where she was coached by Leslie Suder...Earned TAAC all conference honors...Five goals and one assist for 11 total points.
High School: Two time all state selection (1991 and 1993)...Three time all area team member (1990, 1991 and 1993)...Member of 1993 Florida All Star Team...Three time team offensive MVP...Two year captain...Led Tampa area with single season school and area record 37 goals (and 18 assists) as a senior in 1993...Spent first two years of high school in Arizona, scoring 36 goals and helping lead team to runner up finishes at 1990 and 1991 state tournaments...Member of Town N' Country club team...Scored game winning goal to give Town N'Country third place national finish at 1992 tournament...Two time club team captain...1992 National Fair Play Award winner...Regional member of Olympic Development Program (1990 91).
Personal: Born January 13, 1975...Daughter of Robert Koeppel and Barbara Holyszko...Twin sister Keree plays soccer at Tennessee...A 1993 graduate of Riverview High School where she was coached by Dave Fields.
|Koeppel's Collegiate Statistics|
|Year||G GS||Min.||Shots||G(GW)||A Pts.|
|1994||16 14||-||-||5||1 11*|
|1995||17 9||907||24||5 (2)||5 15|
|Totals||47 24||1232||30||10 (2)||7 27|
|*At Georgia State|