- Brittni Goodwin
- 5' 9"
- Plantation, Fla. (American Heritage H.S.
2006: Made 24 starts and appeared in every 2006 match…Top Drawer Soccer Women's Team of the Season fifth-team selection…Recorded eight saves versus then No. 1 Portland…2006 goals-against-average of .73 ranked fourth in Southeastern Conference and her GAA of .67 in league matches ranked No. 5 in the SEC…Turned in solo shutouts versus No. 17 Duke, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Mississippi, Arkansas, South Carolina (SEC Tournament semifinal), Loyola-Illinois and Marquette…Shutout versus Mississippi was third consecutive, the longest string of her collegiate career…Eight shutouts set UF season record for solo shutouts…Made save on Marquette's fifth attempt in penalty kicks in NCAA Second Round (UF advanced 4-3 PKs) …Assisted on Angela Napolitano's goal versus Jacksonville ; only UF goalkeeper to ever record an assist (also recorded an assist versus Vanderbilt in 2003)…Named to Duke adidas Classic All-Tournament team…Finished with following rankings on UF All-Time Charts: No. 2 in solo shutouts (19), saves (213) and minutes (6123), No. 3 in total matches played (72), No. 6 in GAA (.926)…On season charts, 2006 GAA of .73 ranks fifth all-time…25 matches played in 2003 and 2006 ties for second…Ranks No. 1(2259/2003) and No. 2 (2224/2006) in minutes for a season…Also No. 4 (90/2003) and No. 5 (76/2006) in Gator season saves list…10 saves versus UGA in 2003 SEC Tournament ties for third all-time…Member of 2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2005: Started her first match of the season versus UCF, recording a shutout…Also posted shutouts at Georgia and at Mississippi State…Turned in Gator season-high nine saves against UCF…Started every match of the SEC season for UF…Top Drawer National Team of the Season fourth-team selection… Also shared four shutouts (Connecticut, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, South Carolina)…Selected to 2005 United States Amateur Soccer Association (USASA) National Pool…USASA team defeated Mexico 3-2 in July of 2005…SEC Academic Honor Roll member.
2004: Started first six matches of season…Also started against Mississippi State and Mississippi, posting a shutout against the Rebels…Season-high four saves against both Florida State and Missouri.…Earned first international cap as a member of the USASA National Team's match versus Australia held in July of 2004 in Milwaukee, Wis…SEC Academic Honor Roll student.
2003: Started 24 of 25 matches played…Recorded back to back shutouts to open the SEC season against Alabama and Auburn…Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 5…Ended the regular season with a shutout against South Carolina…Recorded first assist ever by a Gator goalkeeper versus Vanderbilt (Oct. 19)…Tied for third on UF’s saves in a match chart with 10 saves versus Georgia in the SEC Tournament semifinal round.
2002: Originally signed with the University of Washington, redshirting the 2002 season…Transferred to the University of Florida for the 2003 season.
High School: Led American Heritage to three straight state championships from 2000 to 2002…Team also finished second in the nation in 2002…Member of 2002 Louisiana Showcase championship team…Allowed just 17 goals and recorded 65 shutouts in her high school career…Posted an outstanding 0.19 goals against average her junior year, and led the team to a 30-1 season…Picked for the all-state select team in 2002…Team MVP in 2002…2002 Miami Herald Player of the Year and named all-county three straight years by the Miami Herald…Two-time selection to the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel area team.
Club: Tended goal for Team Boca…Played in the Olympic Developmental Program…Team won state championships in 2000 and 2001…Regional runner-up in 2001…Member of state team from 1999-03…Regional ODP selection in 2000, ’01 and ’03 and an Under-23 Regional team member in ‘03…U-23 National B-team member in ‘03.
PERSONAL…Born Sept. 11, 1984 in Plantation, Fla…Daughter of Kenneth and Lisa Goodwin…Graduated from American Heritage High School in 2002 with a 3.97 GPA…Member of math and Spanish Honor Societies… Has one older sister…Also considered Santa Clara and Harvard in the recruiting process…Chose Florida for its combination of academics and athletics.
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