#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)
Release: 11/08/2013

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 for the Class of 2010 … Ranked as the No. 3 player in the state of Texas by 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.

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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