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2006 Soccer Roster

Lauren Hyde


5' 9"
Carmel, Ind. (Bishop Chatard H.S.)
2007 All-American

2007 & 2009 All-American

2006 & 2007 All-SEC First Team

2008 All-SEC Second Team

Soccer America Freshman All-America Second Team


2009: National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-America second team…Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year – a first for the Gator program since the league began naming an offensive and defensive player of year in 2004…All-SEC first team selection…Third Gator to earn All-SEC honors each season of collegiate career…SEC All-Tournament selection…NSCAA All-South Region first team…Second-team selection to Team of the Season…First collegiate goal came off 25-yard free kick versus USF to tie match…Turned in goal off 23-yard free kick in 4-0 win versus Alabama…Also registered an assist on game-winning goal versus USF and on UF’s second goal versus Alabama…Served up assist off a 40-yard free kick on Florida’s second goal in 4-0 win versus LSU…Named to the TopDrawerSoccer’s National Team of the Week on Aug. 31…Served up 35-yard free kick which led to UF’s final goal in 3-0 win versus South Carolina…Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 2…Led Florida’s field players with her average of 90.2 minutes per match…Played the entirety of 17 matches…Set UF field player career record with 78 complete matches played…Sat out Oct. 4 Mississippi match with a respiratory illness…Preseason All-Southeastern Conference selection…One of 30 candidates for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award; did not advance to 10-player final ballot…NSCAA/adidas Women’s College Scholar All-America first team…ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III third-team selection…Member of the 2009 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.


2008: All-Southeastern Conference second team…National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas All-Southeast Region third team…Third-team selection to Team of the Season… All-Southeast Region second team selection…Missed her first collegiate starts for the season's opening two matches due to a preseason foot injury…Played the entirety of 17 matches in 2008…One of Florida's six captains of 2008 season…On the 2008 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy Watch list…Also on Soccer America's Preseason All-America second team…Among the Preseason All-SEC list released in August…National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas Scholar All-America third- team selection…NSCAA Scholar All-South Region second-team…Member of the 2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll.


2007: NSCAA All-America third-team selection at defender…All-SEC first-team selection at defender…SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 29) after contributing an assist and helping UF to a pair of shutout wins…NSCAA/adidas All-Southeast Region first-team member… All-Southeast Region second team…Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season third-team selection…Started every match at center back…Led UF with 2,284 minutes played (average of more than 91 minutes per match)…Played the entirety of 23 matches…Named TopDrawer Soccer's National Player of the Week after providing UF with key defensive play the weekend of Sept. 7-9…Served up free kick that Stacy Bishop headed in for UF's tying goal at Nebraska…Combined with Bishop again for a free-kick assist versus Alabama…Assisted on Ashlee Elliott's game-winning goal in 3-0 win versus Vanderbilt…Served up free-kick assist on Karly Findorff’s game-winning goal versus Miami (Fla.) in NCAA First Round play …Four 2007 assists came off free kicks…Member of 2007 US Youth Soccer National Under-19 Championship team…Carmel United Soccer Club Cyclones defeated PWSI Cardinals 2-0 in the final held July 29 in Frisco, Texas…Named to the Women's 2007 Missouri Athletics Club’s Hermann Trophy Watch List released by the NSCAA in August…Member of 2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll.


2006: Only freshman to start every match of 2006 season, leading Florida in minutes played from her backline position…Averaged more than 91 minutes a match in 2006…Soccer America Freshman All-America second team…All-SEC first-team selection…SEC All-Tournament team member…Also member of SEC All-Freshman team… Freshman All-America first team…Top Drawer Soccer Women's All-Rookie National Team selection…NSCAA All-Southeast Region second-team selection…One of 14 finalists for National Freshman of the Year award… All-Florida Women’s Team selection and named Freshman of the Year…Turned in first collegiate assist versus Georgia in the SEC Tournament opening round…Named to Duke adidas Classic All-Tournament team...Member of the Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll.


High School: Played forward at Bishop Chatard High School as a sophomore, junior and senior…2005 Indiana Soccer Coaches Association (ISCA) second team selection and honorable mention in 2004…2005 Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) All-State first team member and second team in 2004... 2003-05 All-City … 2005 All-District 4 First Team selection…Coached by Ben Beasley at Bishop Chatard H.S.…High school's Most Valuable Player in 2003 and 2005.


Club: Member of U-19 Region II team…Invited to attend the February 2006 U-19 Inter-regional camp in Carson, Calif.…Five-year member of Indiana State Olympic Development Program (ODP) team…Center back and captain for the Carmel Cyclones club team that won seven consecutive Indiana State Club Championships and ranked among the nation's top five in the 2004, 2005 and 2006 seasons…Carmel Cyclones claimed 2003 Disney Showcase and was runner-up in 2004 plus reached 2006 regional final… Coached by Gene Lindley at the Carmel United Soccer Club.


Major: Graduated in May of 2010 with degree in Sports Management


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