TULSA - A four-year letterwinner . . . started 45 of 64 career games . . . registered six goals and seven assists for 19 points.
SENIOR (2009) - Started in 14 of 16 games played . . . scored three goals and had one assist for seven points . . . tallied a goal against Marshall, UCF and SMU, and picked up an assist against Southern Miss . . . attempted14 shots, eight of which were on goal . . . helped post shutouts against Arkansas, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico, Oral Roberts, Houston, Rice and Southern Miss . . . selected as TU's "Player of the Match" against Marshall and UCF.
JUNIOR (2008) - Started 15 of 16 games played . . . scored a goal and added two assists against Southern . . . also picked up an assist against Arkansas State . . . attempted 10 shots, eight of which were on goal . . . was named TU's "Player of the Match" against Southern and Middle Tennessee State . . . helped post shutouts over Southern, Arkansas, McNeese State, Jackson State, Arkansas State and Houston.
SOPHOMORE (2007) - Started eight of 16 games played . . . attempted 17 shots, five of which were on goal.
FRESHMAN (2006) - Started eight of 16 games played . . . knocked in a goal against Georgia Southern and Pepperdine, and picked up assists vs. UTEP, Marshall and UCF for seven points . . . took 10 shots, eight of which were on goal.
PRIOR TO TULSA - Played for the Women's Premier team in Canada in 2006 and helped that squad to league and provincial titles . . . started 21 of 24 games and recorded 12 goals and 10 assists for 34 points . . . during the 2004 and 2005 campaigns, she played for the Burnaby Jazz Youth Select and helped her team to back-to-back league, regional and provincial championships . . . was a four-year member in the Canadian National Pool and the provincial team . . . as a member of the provincial team in 2005, she helped the squad to a gold medal at the Canada Games National Tournament and claimed a pair of titles at the Nike (ODP) Tournament and Vancouver (ODP) International Tournament . . . in 2004, the squad finished with a silver medal at the Canada National Tournament, but claimed a championship at the Nike (ODP) Tournament.
PERSONAL - Majoring in exercise sports science . . . born May 6, 1988 . . . one of two children of Douglas and Tracy Locke.
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