Tigers' athletics well-represented in the 100th year commencement activities.
Four special honorees also recognized.
For seventh-straight year, Memphis is among league's top-two schools in medal recipients.
Simonin adds additional honor
U of M has second-most selections of any program in nation
Memphis defeats UTEP, 2-1 in double overtime for the C-USA Championship on November 6, 2011 in Memphis, Tenn.
2010 (Junior) - Fierce, aggressive defender who started every contest of the season ... Anchored a Memphis defense that recorded a 0.84 goals-against-average and shutout 11 opponents ... Team captain that contributed on both sides of the ball ... Recorded eight points (three goals, two assists) on 10 shots on goal ... Scored the game-winning goal to lift the Lady Tigers past Rice on Oct. 22 ... Went two-for-two in penalty kicks.
2009 (Sophomore) - Hampered by an ankle injury, made 11 starts but played in 16 of the 22 matches ... Scored four points in the 4-0 victory over UALR scoring a goal and assisting on two others ... In her first match after the injury, she connected on the first penalty kick in her Memphis career ... Finished the season with four goals and four assists (12 points).
2008 (Freshman) -Took home C-USA Freshman of the Year honors ... Played in all 22 matches with 18 starts ... Led the Lady Tigers in points (22), goals (9), shots (65) and SOG (31) ... Tied for second on team with four assists ... Scored game-winning goals against Mississippi State, Southern Miss and Marshall ... Scored a goal and had an assist in contests against UALR, Marshall, East Carolina and UAB ... From Oct. 19-Nov. 3, had 13 points in a five-game stretch, including goals in five-consecutive games ... Played a season-high 103 minutes against Illinois in the NCAA College Cup ... Named to the All-Conference USA second team ... Member of the C-USA All-Freshman Team ... Named to the Soccer Buzz All-Central Region Freshman Team ... Placed on the NSCAA All-Central Region third team.
Prior to Memphis -Four-year letterwinner for Coach David Wiebenga ... Earned first team all-state honors in her senior campaign ... Finished her senior year with 17 goals and 18 assists ... Also earned letters in basketball and softball ... A member of the KC Metro Dynamos, coached by Derek Shnare ... Scored a total of 22 goals and 15 assists for the Dynamos ... Region II ODP Team in 2007-08.
Personal -Daughter of Terry and Myda Simonin ... Has four siblings: Jen, Hannah, Travis and Amy ... Was a four-year academic letterwinner, a Principal's Honor Roll honoree and a member of the National Honor Society ... Enjoys running and swimming....Major is physical education.