1999 TAAC Player of the Year
Became a dominate player and adapted to head Coach Brian Dooley's strategies perfectly. Three-year starter who plays a physical game and sets the team's tone. Returns as the team's leading scoring threat.
As a junior ('99): Played and started in every match (15). Earned Trans America Athletic Conference Player of the year. Led the Lady Owls with 52 shots and nine goals. Was seventh in goals scored among TAAC players and 11th in points. Added three assists to finish second on the team with 21 points. Scored goals against Miami, Jacksonville State, Georgia State, three versus Campbell, Stetson, and Nova.
As a sophomore ('98): Plagued with injuries, Bobby played in nine matches, all as a starter. One of team's most physical players, who scored four goals.
As a freshman ('97): Played in 15 matches with 12 starts. Missed quality minutes after a head injury. Tallied 15 shots, two goals and three assists. Scored against Jacksonville, her first collegiate match, and against St. Thomas.