Congratulations to all of our Tigers graduates.
Conference USA announces Commissioner's Honor Roll
Twenty-seven Tigers post perfect 4.0 GPAs.
Kickoff slated for 8 p.m. (CT) at UTEP's University Field
Memphis suffers back-to-back losses for the first time since Sept. 8, 2007
Members of the 2012 women's soccer team participated in a photo shoot for posed shots in the postseason yearbook
Memphis defeats UTEP, 2-1 in double overtime for the C-USA Championship on November 6, 2011 in Memphis, Tenn.
2011 (Junior) - Played in 19 of 24 matches ... Notched assist against Ole Miss ... Scored a pair of goals against UT Martin in the NCAA Tournament ... Played much of the season as a defender and helped the Memphis defense post single-season records for goals-against average, goals allowed and shutouts.
2010 (Sophomore) - Gritty defender who helped anchor Memphis' defensive efforts in all 22 contests ... A vital part of Memphis' backfield which helped the Lady Tigers to a team 0.84 GAA.
2009 (Freshman) - Saw action in all 23 matches, starting 11 contests ... Converted the first goal of her collegiate career in the 2-1 victory at Alabama ... Credited with her first career assist versus Western Kentucky ... Recorded two assists at Houston ... Finished the campaign with two goals and seven assists ... Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team.
Prior to Memphis - Won four varsity letters for soccer at Mount Spokane High School under Coach Ryan Campanella ... Also earned four letters for basketball and two for track and field ... Earned all-state first team honors in 2008 and all-state honorable mention in 2007 ... A three-time all-league first team honoree from 2006-08 and the 2008 league most valuable player ... Set her high school records for career goals and assists, notching 38 goals and 41 assists ... Her U18 Spokane Shadow club team won the Washington state championship in 2007 and 2009.
Personal - Daughter of Earl and Laura Hallman ... Awarded Greater Spokane League 2008 Fall Athlete of the Year ... Enjoys playing basketball and soccer...Majoring in communications.