Karissa Hill
Karissa Hill


Mansfield, Texas

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2006 (Senior)
Started all 18 matches at defender ... Helped TCU post the second-lowest goals against average in school history by allowing just 1.32 goals per game ... Scored lone goal in TCU's 2-0 win over Tulsa ... Led TCU with 1,647 minutes played ... Team Co-Captain with Breanne Kaldheim ... Helped team post five shutouts ... Tied for second on the team with two assists ... Had first assist on a Chelsea White goal against Sam Houston State ... Other assist came against UNLV ... Fourth on the team with 17 shots.

2005 (Junior)
Named Second-Team All-Mountain West for her play at the defender position... appeared in all 17 contests, making 16 starts... scored the Frogs first goal of the season in win over Texas Tech (Aug. 26)... picked up an assist n the win over Sam Houston State (Sept. 30)... recorded her second assist of the season in win over Air Force (Oct. 21)... tallied 12 shots on the season, seven of which were on goal.

2004 (Sophomore)
Played in 16 games, starting 14... four of her 11 shots on the season came on goal... recorded a season-high three shots in a loss to George Mason on Sept. 19... two of those shots were on goal... also recorded two shots on goal against UAB on Oct. 24.

2003 (Freshman)
Named third-team all-conference... played in and started all 19 games for the Frogs... took 19 shots, scored one goal and tallied four assists... four assists led the 2003 squad... only goal of the season was the game-winner against Saint Louis on Sept. 28... picked up an assist in three consecutive games, at Houston (Oct. 10), Southern Miss (Oct. 17) and Tulane (Oct. 19)... also recorded an assist against Memphis on Oct. 31.

Mansfield High School
Earned all-district honorable mention as a freshman at Mansfield... scored the most goals in the playoffs (3) as a sophomore, including two game-winning goals... selected first-team all-district her junior and senior years... named District 7-5A MVP as a senior... team won three consecutive district championships... named Academic All-American... voted team MVP as a senior... competed for two years in the Olympic Development Program.

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