#14 - Carrie Hill
2004-05 Women's Soccer
POS.
M
HT.
5' 7"
YR.
Fr.
HOMETOWN
Hixson, Tenn.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences (Redoubt Lady Generals)
MAJOR
History
Carrie Hill

2004: Played in nine games during her first season as a Buccanneer ... notched one assist in ETSU's match against Jacksonville State ... made four shots during the season and had three shots on goal.  

Prep: Four-year letterwinner … earned all-area second-team honors and team MVP in her freshman season … in her second year, again earned all-area second-team honors as well as all-district first team … was the sixth leading scorer in the area as a midfielder in 2001 and earned co-MVP honors … earned team MVP again in her junior season … selected to the all-district first team and all-region first team in 2002 … played for the second-place state Redoubt Lady Generals club team … all-around athlete … four-year letterwinner in basketball … selected to the all-district and all-tournament teams … was co-captain of the team her junior year and earned the Patriot award … also participated in cross country in her junior year and tennis for the past five years … active in her high school’s student government and Model United Nations organizations … member of the Paideia Society for honors students.

Personal: Born on Dec. 30, 1885 … plans to major in history with a minor in secondary education … daughter of Steve and Vicki Hill.

MGOLF NCAA Regional Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
May 14 Results
MGOLF NCAA Regional Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
May 15 Results
BB Wofford 3 Johnson City, Tenn.
May 15 ETSU 6
MGOLF NCAA Regional Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.
May 16 7 of 13
BB Wofford 10 Johnson City, Tenn.
May 16 ETSU 9
BB Wofford 5 Johnson City, Tenn.
May 16 ETSU 12
BB ETSU 2 Charleston, S.C.
May 19 No. 8 Citadel 8
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
May 29
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
May 30
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
May 31
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
Jun 1
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
Jun 2
MGOLF NCAA Championship Bradenton, Fla.
Jun 3