Junior (2003): Played in all 21 games ... finished with two goals and four points ... scored the final goal in a 3-1 second-half comeback against Troy State (10/26) ... scored the final goal in a 3-0 victory over Lipscomb (10/3) ... registered 12 shots.
Sophomore (2002): Played in 17 games, starting 11...versatile athlete who saw playing time both as a defender and midfielder...started first six games of the season, recording two shots...had one shot in 1-0 win over Western Carolina (9/1)...recorded one shot in 1-0 win over Samford (10/19).
Freshman (2001): Played in 19 games, starting six...recorded eight points on three goals and two assists, with game-winning goal against South Florida on Oct. 7 in a 4-1 win...scored insurance goal in the season opener against Georgia Southern in the Owls 2-0 win on Aug. 31...recorded her second goal of the season in the second game of the season, a 4-0 win over Wofford...versatile player who saw time at midfield and forward...named All-Academic for the fall semester.
High School: Played for Steve Kuplicki at Seminole High School...captain of the soccer team for two years...received Beef O'Brady's Athlete of the Week...Best Midfielder 2000-01...MVP 2000-01...Scholar Athlete Award...John Lynch Award...Unites States Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award...Pinellas County All-Conference First Team...St. Petersburg Times Second Team...five-sport athlete (soccer, softball, track, basketball and volleyball).
Club Experience: Played club for six years and competed in the State Cup Final Four for three years...participated in the North Carolina Classic.
Personal: Management major... born October 28, 1982 in St. Petersburg, FL...daughter of William and April Baur.
Baur's Career Stats
Five Owls Garner All-Conference USA Honors
Baker Named Conference USA Co-Coach of the Year
Owls Earn No. 3 Seed in C-USA Tournament
Owls Named TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week
Drinkwater Ties Record as Owls Draw at WKU
Claire Emslie Named CoSIDA Academic All-District
Women's Soccer Wraps Up Regular Season at WKU