TULSA -- A returning letterwinner.
JUNIOR (2003) -- Played in 16 games and earned six starts in her first season at TU . . . registered two goals and two assists for six points . . . ranked second on the team in assists and fourth in scoring and goals . . . scored one goal against Nevada and notched the game-winning goal against San Jose State . . . earned an assist on Carrie Schnarre's game-winning goal against Boise State . . . picked up an assist vs. SMU . . . named TU's "Player of the Game" against San Jose State.
PRIOR TO TULSA -- Transferred to Tulsa from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma . . . spent two seasons at NSU and led the Lady Reds to an 11-7-2 record in 2002 . . . started 19 of 20 games as a forward and completed the 2002 season ranked third on the team in goals and scoring with nine goals and nine assists for 27 points . . . ranked second on the team in assists and notched three game-winning goals . . . was an honorable mention all-conference performer . . . named NSU's Most Valuable Offensive Player and was a second-team all-conference performer as a freshman . . . was a four-time MVP and all-district selection at Coweta High School . . . set school records for single-season goals and assists and was an all-state performer as a senior . . . was a member of the National Honor Society and the Oklahoma Honor Society.
PERSONAL -- A management major . . . born October 12, 1982 . . . one of three children of George and Donna Day . . . named to the TU Athletic Director's Honor Roll and was also selected to the all-WAC Academic team.
Day's Career Totals Year G-GS Shots Goals Asts Pts 2003 16-6 17 2 2 6
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