Women's Soccer

    Women's Soccer Announces the Addition of Eight Players in Class of 2011

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    Feb. 28, 2011

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana University women's soccer head coach Mick Lyon announced the addition of eight players to the roster as freshmen starting this fall. Coach Lyon also talks about each one and how they will help the program.

    Information on each of the eight players is below this video from Coach Lyon.

    Dani Harrison
    Westfield, Ind.
    Westfield High School

    Harrison was a four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain at Westfield (Ind.) High School for head coach Brent Paulson. She led Westfield to the 2007 sectional championship and regional championship. She was named all-district honorable mention in 2009 and then received all-district honors in 2009 and all-state honorable mention that same season. Harrison played club soccer with the FC '93 Girls Red team. The daughter of Mike Harrison and Sue Taylor, she is undecided on a major upon enrolling at Indiana.

    Shannon Reid
    Granger, Ind.
    Penn High School

    Reid played center back at Penn High School under coach Michael Luber. She helped the team to a state runner-up in 2007, semi-state qualifier in 2008 and semi-state Finalist in 2009-2010. She was named to Academic All-Conference, First Team All- Conference, the All-District Team and Academic All-State. She also lettered in swimming at Penn High School. Reid, a member of the Northern Indiana Futbol Academy, led the team to regional qualifier in 2010 and state runner-up in 2008, 2009 and 2010. The daughter of John and MaryAlice Reid, she intends to study either Pre-Medicine of Business at Indiana.

    Tori Keller
    Grand Rapids, Mich.
    Forest Hills Central High School

    Is a four-year letterwinner at Forest Hills Central High School in Grand Rapids, Mich., for head coach Jeremy Stacy. Last year as a junior, she led the team with 18 assists and 15 goals scored on her way to Division I All-State accolades and all-district and all-conference honors for the third straight season. She was a starter on the 2008 state championship team and has led Forest Hills to back-to-back conference titles the last two seasons. A member of the 2010 Michigan State ODP Regional champion team, she has also played for the Grand Rapids Crew Juniors team the past four years and the Chicago Fire Super Y team in 2010. The daughter of William and Lisa Keller, she plans to major in Environmental Science and Education at Indiana.

     

     

    Abby Smith
    McKinney, Texas
    McKinney High School

    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. Smith has earned numerous honors such as three-year varsity captain, team Offensive Player of the Year and District MVP as a junior and senior and First Team All-District as a junior, sophomore and freshman. She has led the team to the Regional Qualifier in 2010 and the Area Qualifier in 2008 and 2009 under coach Alex Pantarotto. She 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, Smith plans to study Kinesiology -- Pre-Physical Therapy at Indiana.

    Sarah Stone
    Evansville, Ind.
    Evansville Memorial High School

    Stone played goalkeeper at Evansville Memorial High School where she started 82 out of 84 games played and recorded 50 shutouts. She was awarded team captain, the Top Team Player Award and the Kiwanis Award during her senior season. Stone was named First Team All-City and First Team All-Conference each year as well as being named to First Team All-State her junior and senior seasons. She led the team to four consecutive city championships and conference championships. During her senior year, the team was ranked 1st in Indiana and 5th in the nation while working towards an undefeated regular season. Stone also acted as team captain in basketball. As a member of the Futbol Club of Evansville, she was a five-year starting goalkeeper. The daughter of Tom and Diane, she is undecided on a major at Indiana.

    Jordan Woolums
    St. Louis, Mo.
    Lafayette (Mo.) High School

    Woolums played midfielder at Lafayette (Mo.) High School, where she earned all-conference recognition her junior year under coach Tim Walters. She also played numerous other varsity sports including basketball and track. Woolums earned all-conference and all-metro recognition in field hockey. She played for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher club team under coach Fernando Hernandez. Woolums was a member of the Women's Premier Soccer League in 2010 and 2011 as well as the Olympic Development State Team 2008-2010. She was also an ODP National Championship Finalist in 2010. The daughter of Larry and Mickey Woolums, she is undecided on a major at Indiana.

    Zibba Huck
    Bloomington, Ind.
    Bloomington High School North

    Huck was a defensive standout on the Bloomington High School North team where she earned Defensive Player of the Year and Herald Times First Team All-Area in 2010. Huck led the team to numerous school records, including most wins in a season in 2010 at 18-3. Huck was coached by Thomas Goins and Erin Hesselbach while playing for Bloomington North. Huck has also played for the Bloomington Cutters and St. Francis Fusion. Daughter of Chad Huck, a former Indiana football player, and Patty Henderson, she intends to study Chemistry at Indiana.

    Mckenzie Lueken
    Bloomington, Ind.
    Bloomington High School South

    Lueken was a three-year letterwinner as a defender and midfielder at Bloomington High School South. She was named the 2010 Defensive Player of the Year at South in addition to receiving All-Area First Team as well as all-conference and all-academic honors. Lueken was also a member of the Indiana Olympic Development Program from 2009-10 and played for the Dynamo FC '92 team that finished as the state runner-up in 2010. The daughter of Joe and Pam Lueken, she plans to study Bio-Chemistry and attend medical school afterwards.


       

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