15  Laura Laufenberg
Laura Laufenberg

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Littleton, Col.

High School:
Columbine HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
Midfielder/Forward

Experience:
3L


"Accepted the captain role and has become a big time leader on and off the field. She is extremely sound and her passing is as good as any. What she brings to the game is indescribable. She sees the game extremely well and will play a major role in this years success."
Head Coach
Brooks Monaghan

2009 (Medical Redshirt) - Played and started in six matches for Memphis before missing the remainder of the season with a torn ACL ... Notched an assist in the 4-0 victory over UALR ... Will return to the program as a fifth-year senior in the fall of 2010.

2008 (Junior) -Named the Offensive MVP of the 2008 C-USA Tournament... Was third on the 2008 conference championship squad with 15 points ... Led the team with seven assists ... Played in all 22 games while starting 19 ... Had a season-high two assists against Mississippi State ... Also had assists against Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Houston, Tulsa and UAB ... Scored goals against Alabama, UTEP, UAB and East Carolina in the C-USA Championship Match ... Was named to Soccer America's National Team of the Week on Nov. 11

2007 (Sophomore) - One of eight Lady Tigers to play in every match ... Started six, including the first four matches of the season ... Tallied seven points over the season ... Scored goals against Mississippi State and Southern Miss ... Had assists over Arkansas-Little Rock, Missouri State and one on the game winning goal against UCF in the C-USA Championship title match.

2006 (Freshman) - Started nine games as a freshman with 16 total appearances ... Had a goal against Marshall ... Put six of her 11 shots on goal.

Prior to Memphis - A forward out of Columbine High School ... Coached in high school by Peter Horvath ... Was selected to the 2006 Colorado All-State first team ... Also received 2006 first team All-Conference honors and selected as Conference Jeff-co MVP ... An All-State honorable mention selection in 2004 ... The third leading scorer in Colorado in 2004 with 24 goals ... Scored a single-game high five goals in 2004 ... Sat out the 2005 season with an injury ... A National Pool ODP player in 2002 and Regional Pool in 2003 ... Played club soccer for the Colorado Rush ... Helped club team win the state championship in 2002 and 2003 and was the runner-up in 2004 ... The second Memphis player to come out of Colorado, joining former teammate Emiko Schwab (2005-08) ... Lettered in cross country at Columbine ... A National Honor Society member who volunteered regularly at the Denver Rescue Mission.

Personal - Born Sept. 4, 1988, in Topeka, Kan. ... Is the daughter of Pam and Rick Laufenberg ... A double-major in international business and marketing management.

Career Stats
GP-GS G A PTs Sh SOG GW PK-ATT
2006 16-9 1 0 2 11 6 0 0-0
2007 22-6 2 3 7 17 5 0 0-0
2008 22-19 4 7 15 28 13 2 1-1
2009* 6-6 0 1 1 4 1 0 0-0
2010 22-14 2 3 7 34 13 0 0-0
Totals 88-54 9 14 32 95 38 2 1-1
* Medical Hardship Season

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