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2007 Soccer Roster

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Stacy Bishop

F/MF

Height
5' 10"
CLASS
SR-RS/TR
Hometown
Land O' Lakes, Fla. (Land O' Lakes H.S.
School
LSU)

2006 All-America
2006 All-SEC First Team
2004 All-SEC Second Team

2007: SoccerBuzz.com All-America fourth team selection…Southeastern Conference first-team selection at forward…SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player…Turned in three goals and four assists through the three matches of the SEC Tournament, including heading in the game-winning goal versus then No. 13 Georgia in the final…Named to Soccer America and SoccerBuzz.com National Teams of the Week following SEC Tournament…NSCAA/adidas All-Southeast Region second-team member…SoccerBuzz.com All-Southeast Region first team…SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 22) after turning in a three-goal weekend (one versus Auburn and two versus Alabama)…Twice turned in two-goal matches – versus Kentucky in SEC Tournament opening round and versus Alabama…Turned in four multi-goal matches as a Gator…Led UF in goals (10), points (30) and assists (10)…Scored five of her 10 2007 goals off of headers…In final SEC standings (all matches) - No. T3 in points (30), No. 4 in points per match (1.20 ppg), No. T4 in goals (10), No. 5 in goals per match (0.40 gpg), No. 3 in assists (10) and assists per match (0.40 apg), No. 6 in shots (66)…Turned in first goal of season to tie match at Nebraska on Sept. 23…Scored again at Georgia on Sept. 28…Hit game-winning goal versus Kentucky Oct. 7…Assisted on game-winning goal versus Mississippi and LSU (Nov. 11)…Also scored on an 18-yard free kick versus Vanderbilt…Turned in 10 goals in Florida's last 18 matches…One of Florida's four captains for 2007 season...Started every match she played as a Gator (50 consecutive starts)…Semifinalist for the Women's 2007 Missouri Athletics Club’s Hermann Trophy, released by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) in early December…Among the 20 candidates for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award…ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District third team member…2007 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America first-team selection…Invited to U.S. U-23 National Team Camp at the Home Depot Center in January of 2008…Spent 2007 summer playing for W-League Jersey Sky Blue team…Member of 2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2006: NSCAA/adidas All-America third-team selection…All-SEC first-team selection…SEC All-Tournament team member…Top Drawer Soccer Women's Team of the Season fifth-team selection…NSCAA All-Southeast Region first-team selection…SoccerFLA.com All-Florida Women’s Team selection…One of UF's three captains and started every match…Played forward or midfield…Led UF points in (30), goals (12), assists (6) and game-winning goals (6)…Led the team in shots (78) and shots on goal (40)…In final SEC standings (all matches), No. T1 in goals, No. 1 in shots on goal (40), No. 2 in points, No. 3 in shots, No. T5 in assists…SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 28) - the first such honor of her collegiate career…Hit a penalty kick versus then-defending NCAA champion Portland in the 86th minute to force overtime (match ended tied 1-1)…Scored first collegiate golden goal in the 99th minute off a 25-yard free kick to give UF a 2-1 OT win over Georgia…Also scored game-winning goal versus Georgia in SEC Tournament opener…Assisted on the golden goal versus Mississippi…Turned in three goals versus Jacksonville, marking the first Gator hat-trick since 2004 and the second of her collegiate career, as well as the Gators’ season-high match points and goals…Scored both of Florida’s goals in SEC Tournament semifinal win over South Carolina for second multi-goal match of season…Led all scorers at SEC Tournament with four goals…Turned in UF’s final goal in 3-2 NCAA Round of 16 loss at UCLA…Added a goal and an assist in UF’s 4-1 win at Alabama…Member of 2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll…2006 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America first-team selection…ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America third-team selection…Attended U.S. Under-21 Women's Soccer Training Camp in Carson, Calif., Jan. 13-20, 2007.

2005: Enrolled at the University of Florida in spring of 2005 after playing the 2003 and 2004 seasons for Louisiana State University…Sat out 2005 season due to SEC transfer rules…Member of 2005 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

At LSU (2003 & 2004): All-SEC second team (2004) selection for LSU…Led SEC in shots (92), third in points (25), fourth in assists (7) and fifth in goals (9) in 2004…2004 and 2003 Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-Louisiana Women's Soccer Team member…2003 LSWA Freshman of the Year…LSU Most Valuable Player in 2004…LSU Freshman of the Year  and Offensive MVP (2003)…In 2003 SEC action, ranked fourth in goals (12) and sixth in points (29)…Turned in five goals versus Jackson State in the second match of her collegiate career (8/31/03)… 2004 SEC Academic Honor Roll selection and SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll member in 2003.

High School: Dairy Farmers Florida Class 2A Player of the Year (2003) and earned Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) Class 2A First Team All-State honors in 2001, '02 and '03…Pasco County all-time scoring leader (192 goals)…Sunshine Athletic Conference Pasco County Player of the Year (2000-03)…Tampa Tribune Pasco County Player of the Year (2000-03)…St. Petersburg Times Pasco County Player of the Year (2000-03)…Scored the only goal of the match to give Land O'Lakes High School the 2003 Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Class 2A state title…Coached by Vicky King at Land O'Lakes High School.

Major: Received bachelor's degree in Health Education and Behavior--Health Promotion in December of 2007


Bishop's Collegiate Statistics
Year GP/GS Min. Shots G (GW) A Pts.
2003 20/18   80 12 (4) 5 29
2004 20/20   25 9 (3) 7 25
2006 25/25 2059 78 12 (6) 6 30
2007 25/25 1970 66 10 (4) 10 30
Totals 90/88 4029 249 43 (17) 28 114

 

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