CAREER: Started 39 and played in 53 career games...has 20 career points including seven goals and six assists along with one game-winning goal...registered 76 career shots.
2004: Started 16 of 17 games played...led team in shots (27)...led the team in shots per game (5) against Duquesne (Sept. 3)...scored the only Panther goal, unassisted, against nationally ranked Notre Dame (Sept. 24)...registered her first assist of the season during a 4-1 win over Duquesne (Sept. 3)...assisted Kristina Francois for the game-winning goal against St. Francis (PA) (Oct. 19).
2003: Started all 17 games for Pitt...led the Panthers in shots (35) and tied for first in points (10)...recorded three goals on year...scored a goal in each of the Panthers' victories against Maryland-Baltimore County (Sept. 6) and Duquesne (Sept. 28)...scored an unassisted goal to tie the game versus Seton Hall (Oct. 10)...ranked second on the team in assists (five).
2002: Played in all 19 of the Panthers' contests and started six of them...finished second on the team for goals (three) and third in points (six)...registered 14 shots...tied for second for individual game highs for shots (four) against Ohio (Oct. 25)...scored the first goal in the 3-0 shut-out of Lehigh (Sept. 8)...scored the lone goal in a 2-1 loss against nationally ranked Villanova (Sept. 20)...scored the lone goal against Boston College (Oct. 13).
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at James W. Robinson Secondary School under head coach Jim Rike, leading them to a four-year combined record of 46-10-2...anchored a team that won the 2002 district, regional, and Virginia state AAA championship and the 1999 regional championship, and a second place finish at states...led Robinson Secondary to a second-place finish at the Tournament of Champions in South Carolina in 2000...was named all-district for four consecutive years (1998-2002)...tallied 22 goals and 21 assists for a total of 65 points over her four seasons...played club soccer for SYC Azzurri for seven years...competed for the state-cup runner-up Chantilly Hurricanes for one season in the Champion League....member of the Virginia Olympic Development Program (2000-2001)...letterwinner in indoor track and a power lifter...honor roll student.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 15, 1984... daughter of John and Ninon Hills...has one brother...history major.
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