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Tracey Scott
Tracey  Scott

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.

High School:
Torrey Pines

Height:
5-3

Position:
Forward

About Tracey: Really came into her game this past year ... Opened it up last season and refined her ball handling skills ... Her individual technique improved drastically last season ... Proven that she can score.

2005: Played in 23 games and earned starts in 13 of them ...Broke into the starting line-up for three games in September and then became a permanent starter for the final nine outings of the season ... Scored seven goals and added two assists ... Became the first player since Kelly Dostal to earn a hat trick with three goals in the NCAA second round game against Indiana ... Closed the season with 16 points.

2004: Played in 17 games for the Deacons... Recorded two goals and two assists... Fired 15 shots... stepped in goal for the injured Gagliardi for 1:08 during the Sept. 25 game against #1-ranked Maryland.

2003: Played in nine games as a freshman... Took sixteen shots, the third most by a Deacon rookie... A part of a Deacon offense that took 490 shots for 93 goals this season.

Highschool: Led Torrey Pines to the CIF championship last fall ... Torrey Pines also claimed the Palomar League crown ... named first team All-CIF ... named first team All-Palomar League ... the San Diego Tribune Athlete of the Week ... also played soccer at Torrey Pines ... led the soccer team to a CIF and Palomar League championship ... named first team All-CIF ... participated in the Olympic Development program ... a member of the National Honors Society ... named to the All-Academic Team ... voted Most Athletic at Torrey Pines ... served as ASB-Commissioner of Athletics.


Tracey Scott's Career Statistics
Through 2005 Season

YearGP/GSShotsGoalsAssistsPoints
20039/016011
200417/015226
200523/13457216
Career49/16769523

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