Courtney Tompkins named Louisiana Newcomer of the Year
Season ends at 14-3-5
Will face No. 8 seed Charlotte on Friday
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
LA Tech improved to 10-2-5 on the season and 3-1-3 in C-USA play
Season comes to an end with a 1-0 loss to Charlotte in the C-USA Tournament semifinals.
Down a goal with 30 minutes to go, Louisiana Tech netted two goals in the span of 96 seconds to defeat Old Dominion.
After 36 fouls, seven yellow cards, two red cards and some crazy weather, Lady Techsters and Monarchs tie, 1-1.
Lady Techsters score four unanswered goals to take down Roadrunners in C-USA opener
Lady Techsters get golden goal from Nomvula Kgoale in overtime for 3-2 win
C-USA All-Tournament Team
Louisiana Newcomer of the Year
2017: Saw action in 13 matches in goal, making 12 starts ... Led the team in keeper minutes with 1,154, posting an 8-2-3 overall record ... The eight victories ranks as the sixth most in program history ... Totaled a team-high 60 saves while recording a 0.86 goals against average which ranked fourth in C-USA ... Registered three shutouts on the season, including in first career action in season opener at McNeese State (8/18) ... Recorded a season-high 10 saves versus the Cowgirls ... Posted seven saves against former team Mississippi State (8/24), allowing only a penalty kick ... Started in five conference matches, recording a 3-0-2 record ... Totaled seven saves in the postseason starts in the C-USA Tournament Quarterfinals and Semifinals versus Old Dominion (11/1) and Charlotte (11/3).
Mississippi State: Played two years for the Bulldogs between the posts ... Played and started in one game as a sophomore, earning a clean sheet win against Southern Miss after saving six shots ... Earned three starts in net as a freshman, all coming in SEC action ... Totaled 10 saves in three matches against Kentucky, LSU and Florida ... Went the distance in each match while picking up a shutout victory against the Wildcats.
High School: Four-star goalkeeper and one of the top players in the state of Florida as a dual-sport athlete at American Heritage School ... In net for two state championship squads, helping the school to the third-most state titles in Florida history ... Helped lead American Heritage to four straight district titles and a pair of regional crowns ... Set a high school record with no goals allowed in two state tourneys ... 2014 Team MVP and state championship player of the game ... Allowed just two goals through 520 minutes as a senior in route to a 14-3-3 record and a runner-up finish in Class 2A ... As a junior, led team to a 19-2 mark while surrendering only five goals in 1,440 minutes ... Tabbed all-county goalkeeper all four high school seasons ... Two-time State Cup Champion for the Magic Jack club team that won multiple national championships.
Personal: Full name is Courtney Tompkins ... Daughter of Scott and Gail Tompkins ... One sibling, Jordan ... Born Dec. 16, 1996 in Orlando, Florida.
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