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#2 Addie Eggleston
Position: Defender
Height: 5'5"
Class: Senior
Experience: 4 Letters
City/State: Houston, Texas
High School: The Kindaid School
Major: Communication Disorders
Born: 01/27/1992
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Addie Eggleston Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 11/08/2013

2013 SEC Community Service Team
2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2010 TopDrawerSoccer.com Freshmen Top 100 (67)
2010 SEC All-Freshman Team
2010 SEC All-Tournament Team
2010 SEC Freshman of the Week (Aug. 23)
2010 TopDrawerSoccer.com Women’s College Team of the Week (Aug. 24)
2010 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana

CAREER CAPSULE
A four-year letterwinner with the Tigers from 2010-13 … Made 84 appearances with 75 starts during her collegiate career while playing as a forward and left back … Played on the front line as a freshman in 2010 and sophomore in 2011 before moving to the back line as LSU’s starting right back as a junior in 2012 and senior in 2013 … Finished her career ranked No. 8 on LSU’s all-time list for games played in a career with her 84 appearances … Scored seven goals and 19 assists for 33 points during her collegiate career … Was tied for the No. 4 spot on LSU’s all-time list with 19 career assists following her senior season … Set an LSU freshman record with eight assists during her rookie campaign in 2010 … Saw her freshman record of eight assists broken by Emma Fletcher, who dished out 12 assists during her freshman season in 2013 … An SEC All-Freshman Team selection in 2010 … Also a standout in the classroom who was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll in 2011.

SENIOR SEASON (2013)
LSU’s starting right back in all 20 matches during the 2013 season … A member of LSU’s defensive unit that finished the season with a 1.49 goals against average … Featured in the team’s six shutouts on the season against Louisiana Tech (1-0), Louisiana-Monroe (6-0), TCU (0-0) and Missouri (1-0) at home; Rice (1-0) on the road and 13th-ranked Southern California (1-0) on a neutral field at the Minnesota Gold Classic … Also helped generate the attack out of the back … Dished out four assists for four points on the year for her second-best assist total in a single-season … Assisted each of Alex Arlitt’s goals in the 17th and 21st minutes in a 6-0 shutout of Louisiana-Monroe at home on Aug. 27 … Also assisted goals in a back-to-back games against No. 6-ranked BYU at home on Sept. 2 and at Minnesota on the road on Sept. 6 … Wrapped up the year with 11 shots and five shots on goal … A leader in the community who was named to the SEC Community Service Team for women’s soccer following the season … Earned her fourth varsity letter with the Tigers.

JUNIOR SEASON (2012)
Saw action in all 21 matches with 17 starts along the front line and at right back during her junior season … Started all 13 matches in SEC play … Made the move to the back line during the conference season … Dished out two assists for two points on the campaign … Assisted Colby Maffei’s game-winning goal in a historic 3-1 victory over 16th-ranked Missouri in Columbia in the inaugural meeting between the two programs … Also assisted Jade Kovacevic’s first career goal in a 2-0 shutout of Houston during the non-conference season … Ended the season ranked No. 9 on LSU’s all-time career list with 15 assists for her collegiate career … Fired 10 shots with six shots on goal for a .600 shots on goal percentage on the year … helped lead a defensive unit that surrendered 27 goals to its opponents for a 1.20 goals against average on the campaign … Also helped the Tigers pitch five shutouts on the campaign … Cracked LSU’s starting 11 in a first-round match against Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament … Earned her third varsity letter.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011)
Cracked LSU’s starting lineup in 18 of 22 matches as a sophomore in 2011 … Played primarily as a forward along LSU’s front line … Helped lead the Tigers to their fourth SEC Western Division championship and at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament in five seasons … Wrapped up the season as the team’s third-leading scorer with a career-high four goals and five assists for 13 points on the campaign … All four goals were scored in SEC play as she helped guide the Tigers to their third second-place finish in the final SEC standings in four seasons with a 13-8-1 overall and 8-3 mark with 24 points in conference play … Tallied four goals and two assists for 10 points 11 SEC starts … Scored her first goal of the season and recorded an assist for four points in a 5-1 win over Mississippi State in LSU’s SEC opener at the LSU Soccer Stadium … Sealed LSU’s 2-0 shutout of 10th-ranked Tennessee with a goal in the 62nd minute … Scored one goal and one assist to match her season single-game high of four points in a 3-0 shutout of Arkansas in the regular-season finale … Also scored LSU’s only goal of the match in a 2-1 setback to Vanderbilt … Assisted Natalie Martineau’s game-winning goal in a 3-0 shutout of Louisiana-Lafayette during the non-conference season … Also recorded assists in matches against the likes of Memphis and Oklahoma in the non-conference season … Attempted 25 shots with 13 shots on goal on the season … Recognized for her performance in the classroom with her first selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Earned her second varsity letter.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010)
An impact freshman for the Tigers during her rookie campaign in 2010 … Finished the season as the team’s leading scorer with three goals, eight assists and 14 points while starting 20 of 21 games played … Her eight assists iS an LSU freshman record for a single-season … A leader of LSU’s youthful front line … Proved to be one of the premier young talents in the Southeastern Conference with her selection to the SEC All-Freshman Team … Enjoyed a breakout performance in her collegiate debut with two goals and three assists in an 8-0 shutout of South Alabama … Only needed 17 minutes to tie the LSU single-game record for assists as she provided the primary assist on each of LSU’s first three goals of the match against South Alabama … Led the Tigers into the SEC Tournament semifinal for the fourth-straight season by scoring the game-winning goal in a 1-0 overtime win over Tennessee in the first round … Assisted Carlie Banks’ game-tying goal in a 1-1 draw with 17th-ranked South Carolina in the SEC Tournament semifinal … Also assisted Kellie Murphy’s game-winner in a 1-0 shutout of Arkansas in the regular-season finale … Credited with an assist on game-winning goals against McNeese State (1-0) and Auburn (2-1) ... Attempted 41 shots with 24 shots on goal for a .585 shots on goal percentage in her first season at the collegiate level … Earned her first varsity letter.

PRIOR TO LSU
One of the top forwards in the country for the Class of 2010 … A four-star recruit and the No. 33-ranked player in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com for the Class of 2010 … Ranked as the No. 3 player in the state of Texas by TopDrawerSoccer.com for the Class of 2010 … A two-time NSCAA/adidas High School All-American and two-time NSCAA/adidas High School All-Region VI selection in 2008 and 2009 … A three-year veteran of the Region III Olympic Development Program Team from 2007-09 … Competed internationally with the Region III ODP Team in tours of Costa Rica in 2007, Italy in 2008 and Portugal in 2009 … Was a member of the South Texas State ODP Team from 2004-09 … Invited to compete at the adidas ESP Camp in Pomona, Calif., in February 2008 … Named an adidas ESP Camp All-Star by the camp coaches for her performance … A product of the Challenge Soccer Club under the direction of head coach Pat O’Toole … Competed with Challenge SC from 2006-10 … Helped lead Challenge SC to the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Premier League championship in 2009 … Also guided the club to Texas State Cup titles in her age group in 2006, 2007 and 2009 … Competed in a number of prestigious club tournaments during her club career, including the Challenge Shootout, Disney Showcase, Las Vegas Showcase and WAGS Tournament … A team captain of her high school team at The Kinkaid School under head coach Martha Brousseau … Scored 56 goals and 31 assists for 143 points in her last three seasons at The Kinkaid School … Led her high school program to the Southwest Preparatory Conference Tournament championship game in 2008 … Was a four-time All-SPC and All-South Zone selection from 2006-09.

PERSONAL
Full name is Mary Adelaide Eggleston … Born on Jan. 27, 1992 … Parents are Bobby and Melissa Eggleston … Has three siblings: Liz, Sam and Emma … Father played baseball at Rice University … An active member of the student body at The Kinkaid School … Was a member of Spirit of Kinkaid and Youth Against Cancer … Was an intern at the Institute for Rehabilitation and Research at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston … Majoring in communication disorders.

 

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