Played in 15 games for the Mocs as a rookie and made starts against Gardner-Webb and Davidson … fourth on the team in scoring … second on the team for assists … tied for fourth on the team for goals scored … scored her first collegiate goal in the Mocs’ 6-0 win over Tennessee Temple in the season opener … recorded three assists, one against the Crusaders and two in UTC’s 3-2 win over The Citadel … took six shots on the year with two on goal.
Named to UTC’s Dean’s List in the spring and the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters … recipient of the Southern Conference Commissioner’s Medal … named to the SoCon Honor Roll
Four-year varsity starter for the Highlanders ... led team to 2011 IHSAA Region Semifinal ... the Highlanders reached the IHSAA region finals in both her freshman and sophomore years and was three-time IHSAA Section Champions (2008, 2009, 2011) ... named to the News and Tribune All-Area Team First Team in 2011 ... Hoosier Hills First Team All-Conference Selection ... named team Offensive MVP in 2011 after leading team in goals scored with 16 and second in assists with seven through 20 games ... named junior varsity MVP in 2008 ... Indiana ODP Pool in 2008 ... played club ball for the Mockingbird Valley Soccer Club from 2005-09/10 ... helped team to the 2006 Kentucky State semifinals ... Midwest Regional League, First Division in 2010 ... played club ball for the Javanon Soccer club from 2010-12 ... Buckeye Premier League, First Division in spring 2011 ... Veterans Invitational Tournament finalists in Fall 2011 ... Alliance Premier Cup finalists in spring 2012 ... Kentucky Select Soccer League Premier Division Second Place in spring 2012 ... graduated with Academic Honors diploma ... member of the FCHS Sunshine Club.
Loryn Anne Queen ... daughter of Karen and Jerry Queen ... has a younger brother, Alex ... born October 19 in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... Physical Therapy major.