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Kyle Corrie
25   Kyle Corrie

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Cy-Fair

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 178

Position:
Midfielder

Experience:
4L


TULSA - A four-year letterwinner . . . played in 60 career games and earned 22 starting assignments . . . notched three goals and three assists for nine career points . . . was a part of 21 shutouts in his career.

SENIOR (2009) - Played in nine games and earned a starting assignment against Memphis . . . helped TU post shutouts over Florida International, Memphis, Marshall and Northwestern.

JUNIOR (2008) - Started eight of 16 games played . . . scored a goal against sixth-ranked SMU . . . picked up assists against Northern Illinois, Marshall and FIU . . . attempted six shots, three of which were on goal, from his defender position . . . was selected as TU's "Man of the Match" against Connecticut . . . helped post shutouts over Georgia Southern, Hofstra, Marshall, UCF, Oral Roberts and FIU.

SOPHOMORE (2007) - Started three of 16 games played . . . attempted one shot from his defender position . . . helped TU post seven shutouts, coming against Georgetown, Missouri State, Kentucky, South Carolina, Centenary, FIU and UAB.

FRESHMAN (2006) - Started 10 of 19 games played . . . posted goals against Drake and Florida International for four points . . . attempted six shots, all of which were on goal . . . helped TU post shutouts over #24 Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Florida International, Marshall, #11 South Carolina and UCF.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Was a three-year letterwinner at Cy-Fair High School . . . as a senior, he started all 20 games and tallied five goals and five assists for 15 points . . . led his team to a district title and was named first-team all-district . . . during his junior year, he started all 24 games and earned four assists . . . named to the all-district second team . . . played four seasons with the Houstonians F.C. `87-88 and led that club team to a state tournament runner-up finish in 2005.

PERSONAL - Majoring in chemical engineering . . . born February 20, 1988 . . . one of three children of Brian and Charlene Corrie . . . selected as a C-USA Academic Medalist and named to Tulsa's Dean's List as a freshman . . . as a sophomore and junior, was named to the Dean's List and was a C-USA All-Academic honoree . . . during his junior season, was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI first team.