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6 Monica Hoyles
  • 5-4
  • Senior / Defender
  • Cincinnati, Ohio (Wyoming H.S.)

2004: Started every match on Gator backline…Hit game-winning goal with just over a minute remaining in the second overtime period to give Florida a 2-1 20T win over Tennessee in the Southeastern Conference Tournament final…Pushed up to forward again in NCAA Opening Round match versus UCF and scored UF's second goal…Named Player of the Week on Nov. 8…Fifth among the Gators in minutes played, averaging more than 85 per match…Turned in first assist of season in 5-1 win versus Duke…Also turned in assists versus Cincinnati, Georgia, Mississippi State and Mississippi… Played 13 complete matches… National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Southeast Region third team member…Named to All-Florida team.

2003: Started every match she appeared in, with first career start coming against then No. 7 Penn State…Recorded two assists in overtime win at BYU…Also recorded two assists in double-overtime win vs. UCF in the NCAA First Round, including registering an assist on the game-winning goal…Sprained right ankle in fourth minute of Utah match and sat out Alabama contest…Returned to starting lineup vs. then No. 25 Auburn…Played 16 complete matches.

2002: Appeared in 21 matches, averaging over 25 minutes per match…Scored goals in wins over Syracuse and Georgia…Her goal vs. Georgia was her second overtime goal for the Gators in her career (first came in the 2001 NCAA Quarterfinals at No. 3 UCLA)…Turned in assists against Tennessee and Duke.

2001: Hit the game-winning goal with less than a minute remaining in the second overtime period at No. 3 UCLA to send Florida to the NCAA College Cup…Scored first collegiate goal against Duke on her first-ever shot on goal, which ended up becoming the game winner…Added her first assist in the second round of the NCAA Tournament vs. Georgia...Played in 24 matches, averaging more than 24 minutes per game.

High School: 2000 adidas National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American as a forward…2000 Olympic Development Program (ODP)…2000 First Team Division II All-state…2000 Cincinnati Hills League (CHL) Player of the Year…Member of the CHL All-Star Team…2000 First Team All-Southwest Ohio...1999 Division II All-City Cincinnati team member…Led Wyoming High School to the 1999 CHL Championship title with 32 goals and nine assists for the season… Coached by Abbey George.

Major: Graduated in December of 2004 with a bachelor's degree in criminology

Hoyles' Collegiate Statistics
Year GP/GS Min. Shots G (GW) A Pts.
2001 24/ 0 578 8 2 (2) 1 5
2002 21/0 539 14 2 (1) 2 6
2003 24/24 1930 22 0 (0) 6 6
2004 23/23 1972 20 2 (1) 5 9
Totals 92/47 5019 64 6 (4) 14 26
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