Abby Smith and Jessie Bujouves talk about their goals in the exhibition win as well as getting ready for the season opener against Arkansas State this week.
All four of her goals scored were game-winning goals, which is one shy of the single-season record
Played in 18 games, making 11 starts ... totaled four goals and one assist, including four game-winning goals ... scored her first goal of the season, the game-winning goal, in a victory over Missouri State ... registered the first goal of the game in a 3-0 win against Purdue ... logged a goal to go along with an assist in a victory at Michigan State ... contributed the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win against Minnesota ... named Academic All-Big Ten.
Was in the starting lineup for all 19 games as a central midfielder ... was the only freshman to start every game for the Hoosiers ... scored two goals and handed out a pair of assists on the season ... scored her first collegiate goal against Butler and was also credited with an assist against the Bulldogs ... scored a goal in the Hoosiers 4-1 win over Western Michigan ... earned an assist at Minnesota.
Smith played midfield at McKinney High School where she was the all-time leading goal scorer in the school's history with 66 goals scored ... she is also the all-time leading assist champion with 63 assists ... has earned numerous honors such as three-year varsity captain, team Offensive Player of the Year and District MVP as a junior and senior ... was also named First Team All-District as a junior, sophomore and freshman ... she led the team to the Regional Qualifier in 2010 and the Area Qualifier in 2008 and 2009 under coach Alex Pantarotto ... ranked academically in the top 10 of an over 400-person class at McKinney ... Smith also played for the Dallas Texans Red '93 Girls, where she helped the team win numerous championships including the USYSA National Championship in 2008 and the State Cup in 2005, 2009 and 2010 ... the daughter of Daryl and Karolynn ... has one brother, Jonathon ... plans to study Kinesiology -- Pre-Physical Therapy at Indiana.