Alana Lum York
2008: Redshirt season.
2007: Appeared in 12 games for the Lady Techsters, earning two starts ... Logged 334 minutes, but did not attempt a shot ... Played on a backline that shutout Centenary (9/23), McNeese State (9/30) and Idaho (10/14).
High School: Lettered four years for Providence Girls Catholic School in Port-of-Spain for coach Richard Hood ... Team captain in 2004-05 and named team MVP in 2005 ... Team captured the 2004 and 2005 regional and district titles, as well as Trinidad's national championship in 2005 ... Was a member of the National All-Star Team for two years ... Awarded the School Sports Trophy Award twice, which is given to the school's best all around athlete ... Academically, she named to the honor roll every year in high school ... Was awarded the school's Gold Medal for the most 'A' grades in final examinations.
Club: Played one year for Real Dimensions Football Club in Belmont, Trinidad for coach Luciano Woodley.
Personal: Daughter of Allan and Deborah Lum York ... Has two sisters, Aissa and Alicia ... Majoring in business finance ... Father, Allan played soccer for Fatima College in Trinidad ... Born April 16, 1988, in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.