Chrissy Strini
Chrissy Strini

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Cordova, Tenn.

High School:
Cordova

Height:
5-5

Position:
M

Birthdate:
02/22/1986

Experience:
2L

Honors:
2005 Soccer Buzz All-America (HR),
2005 All-SEC (1st),
2005 CoSIDA Academic All-District VI (2nd),
Two-time SEC Academic Honor Roll


2005 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Became Ole Miss Soccer's first All-America selection (non-freshman) when she was named honorable mention All-America by Soccer Buzz ... First Team All-SEC midfielder, and All-Central Region first team by Soccer Buzz and second team by NSCAA ... Ranked fourth in the SEC in points (21), tied for second in assists (7) and tied for seventh in goals (7) ... Led Ole Miss in all three categories, tying Jennifer Hance with seven goals scored ... Played in all 21 matches with 20 starts ... Ranked second on the team with three game-winning goals, which came against Tennessee Tech, Memphis and Alabama ... Also scored goals vs. Iowa State, Mississippi State and Kentucky (SEC Tournament) ... One of two Rebel players to score twice in one game in 2005, doing so in the 3-0 win over Alabama ... Recorded the assist off a corner kick for Jennifer Hance's game-winning header with 13 seconds remaining in the final overtime to defeat Auburn ... Got the assist on Amy Gill's goal with just under three minutes remaining in regulation to notch the Rebels' first-ever victory over Florida, a 1-0 win in Oxford ... Was 2-of-2 in penalty kicks, as she was the only Rebel to attempt one ... Led the team in shots-on-goal percentage (with 10 or more shots), shooting 18-of-32 shots-on-goal at a 56 percent clip ... Fired a season high of six shots and tied a season high with three shots-on-goal vs. Alabama ... Led or tied for team lead in shots taken on four occasions ... Served as the Rebels' primary corner kicker and free kicker all season ... ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VI second team ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Chancellor's Honor Roll for Fall and Spring.

2004 (FRESHMAN SEASON): Played in all 21 matches with 13 starts ... Totaled five total points on two goals and an assist ... Netted first career goal in Ole Miss debut vs. Northwestern State ... Connected on Rebels' first score in the 3-1 win over Georgia ... Assisted on a Brittney Potts goal vs. Arkansas-Little Rock ... Fired three shots-on-goal at Charlotte ... Played a season-high 76 minutes in double-overtime loss to Wake Forest ... Named to the 2005 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Chancellor's Honor Roll for Fall and Spring.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2002 and 2003 All-State player at Cordova High School ... 2003 nominee for Wendy's High School Heisman ... Two-time all-district and Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps All-Metro selection ... Named district MVP and team MVP in 2003 ... Chosen to the 2003 state all-tournament team ... 2003 Cordova High School Female Athlete of the Year and Scholar Athlete of the Year ... Finished in top 10 of graduating class ... Member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.

ODP: Competed at the ODP National Camp in 2003 and 2005 ... Member of the '86 Regional Team in 2003 and the Region Pool in 1999 ... Played for Tennessee state ODP team 1998 through 2004.

CLUB TEAM: Helped the Germantown Fury '86 Premier to five state titles and a 2001 regional semi-final finish ... Also competed with the Memphis Mercury in summer 2002.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 22, 1986 ... Full name is Christine Marie Strini ... Daughter of Dan and Maria Strini ... Majoring in Exercise Science ... Competed with the Boston Renegades of the USL's W-League in Summer 2006.

CAREER STATS
YearGP-GSGoalsAssistsPoints ShotsGWG
200421-13215230
200521-207721323
TOTAL42-339826553

GAME HIGHS Shots6 (vs. Alabama, 10-7-05) Goals2 (vs. Alabama, 10-7-05) Assists1 (Eight Times) Points4 (vs. Alabama, 10-7-05)

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