Hiskey Hits Game-Winner, Delivers Assist To Bunker
2014: Named a Capital One Academic All-District selection by CoSIDA ... Served as a team tri-captain ... Started all 19 matches on the season, seeing most of her time at midfield but also playing on the back line ... Scored six goals, finishing third on the team in goals scored and added two assists for 14 points on the year ... Played 1,809 of 1,840 minutes - the second most of any field player ... Hit one game-winning goal, at Vanderbilt (10/26) off a deflected penalty kick she took herself ... Scored a season-high two goals against Louisiana-Lafayette (8/31) in a 5-1 win ... Scored her second goal against Memphis (9/7) ... Notched assists against No. 10 Texas A&M (9/28) and at Vanderbilt (10/26) ... Scored in each of the final three matches of the season with goals against Missouri (10/24) and Tennessee (10/30) in addition to the match at Vanderbilt ...
2013: Saw action in 15 matches, drawing the start in the final 10 matches of the season ... Missed the first nine matches of the season after breaking her leg over the summer ... Returned to the field against UALR (9/22) ... Made her first start of the season against Vanderbilt (10/11), playing the full 90 minutes in the 1-0 victory ... Played 1,152 minutes on the season, including at least 90 minutes in nine matches ... Moved to center back for the first time in her career following a season-ending injury to Samantha Sanders at No. 20 Georgia (10/6) ... Played a role in six shutout victories for the Rebels ... Scored her only goal of the season against Jackson State (11/15) in the NCAA Tournament opening-round game ...
2012: Started all 22 games on the backline for the Rebels ... Played 1,946 minutes on the year, the most of any player other than goalkeeper Kelly McCormick (1,952 minutes) ... Played the full game in 20-of-22 outings, including every minute of the last 16 games of the season ... Helped the Rebels post eight shutout victories on the year ... Tallied two assists on the year, one against UALR (8/31) and one on the game-winner against LSU (10/29) in the second round of the SEC Tournament ... Scored her first collegiate goal, the game-winner, in a 1-0 victory at Vanderbilt (10/12) ... Was named SEC Freshman of the Week (10/15) after helping the Rebels shutout Vanderbilt and defeat South Carolina ... Took six shots on the year, including a season-high two shots against No. 10 Texas A&M (9/16) ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Franklin High School in Franklin, Tenn. ... Co-Captain of 2011 Tennessee State Champions (24-0-0; ranked first in nation by NSCAA; second in nation by ESPN) ... Tennessee State Finalists (2009, 2010) ... Adidas High School All-America (2011) ... Two-time District 11-AAA Player of the Year (2010, 2011) ... Four-year varsity starter ... Three-year All-District, All-Region, All-State team (2009-2011) ... Honor Roll ... Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... National Honors Society ... Habitat for Humanity.
ODP:Region III ODP Team (2011) ... Boca Thanksgiving Interregional (2011) ... Tennessee ODP Team (2008-11).
CLUB: Played club for BWSC 94 Premier ... Region III Finalists (2011) ... Region III Semifinalists (2010) ... Region III Quarterfinalists (2008, 2009) ... National League (2010-11) ... Three-time State Champions (2009-2011) ... Captain (2007-2012).
PERSONAL: Born May 14, 1994 ... Daughter of Lynn and Jon Hiskey ... Has lived in Pennsylvania, Mexico, California and Tennessee.
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