Courtney Collins - 2012
JUNIOR (2011) - Started all 20 games...Led the Eagles in scoring with eight goals and an assist for 17 total points...Had a pair of two-goal matches, scoring twice against South Carolina State (9-2) and The Citadel (10-13), posting the game-winning goal in each contest...Scored her first goal of the season against Coastal Carolina (9-26) in GSU’s 1-1 draw...Recorded a pair of home goals against UNCG (9-30) and Western Carolina (10-7)...Finished the season with a goal in the SoCon Tournament loss to College of Charleston (11-4)...Had an assist against USC Upstate (9-16) along with a season-high three shots...Finished the year with 24 shots, 17 on goal.
SOPHOMORE (2010) - Started all 18 games...Ranked third on the team in points with five...Scored first career goal against Chattanooga (10-22)...Assisted on three goals including the game winning goal against Coastal Carolina (9-19)...Took 15 shots with seven on goal.
FRESHMAN (2009) - Started two games with appearances in all 18 contests...Took nine shots with four on frame...Had three shots on goal in last four matches...Played a season-high 84 minutes against Chattanooga (10-25).
HIGH SCHOOL - Played for coach Katie Barnes at William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio...Member of the National Honors Society...Received Law and Criminal Justice Award...Team captain three seasons... Earned All-City First Team honors during her senior year...Named to the All-Southwest District and All-State teams...Led Greater Miami Conference in points and selected to the GMC first team...Won GMC Championship her senior season...Played for Ohio Elite and CUP club teams.
PERSONAL - Born Courtney Lee Collins in St. Louis, Mo. on July 9, 1991...Daughter of Sherry and Scott Kane and David Collins... Father David Collins played baseball for a number of Major League Baseball teams...Mother Sherry Kane ran cross country for Ohio State University...Chose Georgia Southern because, “I felt it is a great atmosphere where I can grow not only as an athlete but also as a student.”...Majoring in psychology.