Adrienne

Richardson

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Forward
Height: 5'4"
Class: Sophomore
City/State: Oakdale, Minn.
High School: Tartan HS
Other College: Florida St.
Experience: Transfer

Bio

2018 All-SEC Second Team
2018 LSWA First Team
2018 LSWA Newcomer of the Year

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018)
Played in and started 23 matches for the Tigers … finished the season tied for the team lead with seven goals … added in two assists … her 16 points registered were the second most on the team … led the team with three game winning goals … registered braces against Texas State (Aug. 26), Lamar (Sept. 4) and Alabama (Sept. 27) … became the first player since Jorian Baucom (2016) to have at least three multi-game goals in a single season … three of her seven goals came against SEC opponents … first assist of her Purple and Gold career led to the game winner by Abbey Newton against Liberty (Aug. 23) … assisted the first-career goal of Shannon Cooke’s career against Tennessee in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament … scored the game winner in the regular season finale on the road against Mississippi State with a rocket from 28 yards out … converted penalty kicks in LSU’s shootouts against Tennessee and Arkansas … played 2,029 minutes.

PRIOR TO LSU (Florida State)
Played in 21 contests and made eight starts during her freshman season ... a quick forward, she tallied seven points on one goal and five assists on the season ... her five assists were a team lead ... scored the first goal of her career on September 13 at Troy in a 4-1 victory for Florida State ... aided on goals at Troy, against Pitt, at North Carolina in the ACC Tournament and twice against Ole Miss in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

CLUB
Competed for Minnesota Thunder Academy ... 2016 Club Player of the Year.

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM
Played in two matches at the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup ... has made six caps at the U-17 level so far.

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