2003: Started every match...All-Southeastern Conference second-team selection...National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Southeast Region first team member...All-Southeast Region second team choice by SoccerBuzz.com...Third among the 2003 Gators in points (21) and fourth in goals (6)...Turned in collegiate-high totals for goals (6), assists (9) and points (21) in 2003...Notched game winning goals against Penn State and East Carolina...Registered career high assists (2) against Alabama...Also turned in two assists vs. UCF in the NCAA First Round, including assisting on the double-overtime game-winner...Named SEC Player of the Week for the week ending August 31...Also named to the Soccer America and SoccerBuzz.com National Teams of the Week on Sept. 1...Member of the SEC All-Tournament Team...Ranks 7th all time in goals (17), 8th all time in assists (21), and 7th all-time in points (54)... Academic All-SEC Honor Roll student.
2002: Started 16 matches...Led the Gators with 14 points, notching six goals and two assists...Averaged 62.3 minutes per game...Battled an ankle injury during the latter part of the season...Turned in goals vs. Cincinnati, Connecticut, Santa Clara, FSU, South Carolina (SEC first round) and Tennessee (SEC Final)...Named to the Southeastern Conference All-Tournament Team... Academic All-SEC Honor Roll student.
2001: Scored her first two goals of the season in the first game against Utah...Averaged more than 56 minutes per game while starting 22 times...Played at forward and wide midfield...Scored her third goal of the year, which ended up being the game winner, against Clemson in the third round of the NCAA Tournament...Turned in Florida's first goal in the NCAA semifinal match vs. Santa Clara.
2000: Started in 16 of the 19 matches in which she played...Her first collegiate goal against Vanderbilt was the game-winner...Turned in five assists in 2000...Suffered a concussion vs. South Florida and missed two matches...Also missed matches after a similar injury vs. Southern California. High School: Three-time member of Greater Saint Helen's League first-team and second-team member as a freshman...Owns league record for career assists...Hudson Bay reached 1998 state quarterfinals and claimed the GSHL title three consecutive seasons...High school MVP as a senior...2000 KVAN Female Athlete of the Year...Coached by Tami McDaniels...Holds Hudson Bay and GSHL records for the 200 meters (24.8) and 400m (56.3)...200m finalist at the 1997, '98 and '99 Washington State High School Track & Field Championships and taking second as a senior...Also state high school runner-up in the 400m as a senior.
Club: Three-time member of the Washington State Olympic Development Program team...Region 4 ODP Pool Player in 1998...Member of Lake Oswego Soccer Club, which claimed 1998 and '99 state championships...Lake Oswego reached 1999 regional quarterfinals...Coached by Gary Osterhage.
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