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  Alaina Lacopo

Alaina Lacopo

Player Profile


Troy, Ill.

High School:




2006: Played in all 20 games, including 17 starts ... five goals ... five assists ... second on the team with 15 points ... scored game-winning goal in overtime of OVC semifinal vs. Samford ... scored a goal and assisted on three others vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... scored game-tying goal at Eastern Illinois.

2005: Played in all 20 games, starting 14 ... led the team with seven assists, was fourth with five goals, and tied for second in points with 17 ... had a career high with seven points against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/10) ... Southeast Scholar Athlete.

2004: Played in 12 games with three starts ... saw her season cut short due to an injury ... before her injury ranked amongst the nation's best in assists and assists per game ... finished the year with seven assists for seven points ... her seven assists led the team and is ranked second on the single-season charts ... led the OVC in assists per game and finished 2nd in total assists ... had 3 assists in 4-0 win over Arkansas State (9/19) ... recorded a season-high five shots at Tennessee Tech (9/24) ... also had two assists at Tennessee Tech.

Prep: Attended Triad High School in Troy, Ill. ... coached by Mike Villa ... 2004 First Team all-regional honoree ... also earned First Team all-state, all-sectional, all-conference and all-metro accolades ... averaged 25 goals and 26 assist per season at Triad ... played on the J.B. Marine soccer club team ... member of 2004 U-23 National Championship team ... member of 2005 U-19 Missouri State Cup Championship team ... also played basketball.

Personal: Born 3-24-86 ... daughter of John and Mary Lacopo ... majoring in Secondary Mathematics Education ... sister, Lauren, also competes for Redhawks soccer team ... Dean's Honors List member and Scholar Baller participant ... favorite athlete is Lance Armstrong ... favorite singers are Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.


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