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2001-2002 Women's Soccer Roster


Lisa Langrish

Class: Fr.
Position: MF
Height: 5-6
Weight: 0 pounds
Previous School: Durham Academy
Hometown: Dorset, England

2001 (Freshman)
Started every match at midfielder, providing quality play in middle of field all season ... Named Second Team All-Conference ... Finished third on team in scoring with 18 points, scoring nine goals on just 32 shots ... Took one shot in first collegiate match in season-opener at Southern Miss (8/31) ... Had pair of shots in victory at UT Martin (9/5) ... Scored first collegiate goal on restart in 70th minute in home opener versus Jacksonville State (9/8) ... Gave Blue Raiders 1-0 lead in victory over Alabama (9/22), netting penalty kick in 29th minute of play ... Had two shots, one on goal, in win over Murray State (9/25) ... Scored on penalty kick in 14th minute in triumph over Lipscomb (9/30) ... Had one shot in victory at Arkansas State (10/7) ... Scored team's second goal versus North Texas (10/14) on direct kick in 79th minute ... Took two shots versus Appalachian State (10/17) ... Had two shots at Western Kentucky (10/19) ...Had natural hat trick versus Belmont (10/21), all in first 34 minutes of action ... Took one shot at Louisiana-Lafayette (10/28) ... Scored ninth goal of year in first half versus Florida International (10/31) in first round of Sun Belt Tournament.

HIGH SCHOOL
Played soccer, hockey and tennis and ran track at Durham Football Academy in Durham, England ... Youngest player to play senior county soccer ... First player to represent National U16 from home county of Dorset ... Soccer team captain for record four straight years ... Played for former national champion Gill Coulthard ... County champion in 100m, 200m and long jump.

PERSONAL
Lisa Tracey Langrish ... Daughter of Shaun and Julia Langrish ... Born March 15, 1983 ... Father played professional soccer five seasons ... Cousin, Stuart, represented England on the U18 squad in 1997.



2001-2002 Game-by-Game Stats