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  Alyssa Roegner

Alyssa Roegner

Player Profile

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Shelby Township, Mich.

High School:
Eisenhower HS

Height:
5-4

Position:
M

Major:
Nursing

2008: Played in 18 games, earning six starts...Finished the season with one goal and one assist...Tied for fourth on the team with three points...Scored the Spartans' only goal, unassisted, at Jacksonville on Sep 28...Also recorded an assist against Stetson on Oct 26...A member of the A-Sun All-Academic Team.

2007: Played in 18 games with 17 starts during freshman season... finished with three goals, one assist and seven points...was third on the team in goals scored with three... scored game-winning goal in Upstate's first Atlantic Sun Conference win on Oct. 11 against Campbell... scored first career goal on Sept. 30 against North Florida... recorded first career point on an assist on Sept. 14 against Charleston Southern...A member of the A-Sun All-Academic Team.

High School: Lettered three times in soccer and once in cross country at Eisenhower... named Team Captain and scored seven goals and recorded 11 assists her senior year... scored 15 career goals and recorded 22 assists... named All-Conference senior year... received Hardest Worker Award three consecutive years...Valedictorian of graduating class... named to MAC All-Academic Team and an Academic Letter... a Member of the National Honor Society.

Major: Nursing.

Personal: Born on Apr. 28, 1989 in Detroit, Mich... her parents are Stanley Roegner, Ronald Jacobs and Peggy Roegner-Jacobs.

Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, reading, going to the beach or lake, and water sports.

Favorites: Foods/Pizza and Fettuccini Alfredo, Movie/Last House on the Left, TV Show/One Tree Hill, Actor/Matthew McConaughey, Group/Sugarland, Season/Summer, Book/Twilight Saga, Sports Figure/Abby Wambach, Quote/"It's hard to beat someone that never gives up." Hero Growing Up/My brother, Persons You Admire Most/My Family and Friends.

 
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