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  Natalie Spilger
Natalie Spilger

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
El Cajon, Calif.

High School:
Granite Hills

Height:
5-6

Position:
D

Spilger at Stanford (2002) Started 19 games at central defender ... notched three shots, one on goal ... named honorable mention all-Pac-10 ... recorded one assist on Marcia Wallis' first goal against Cal ... registered a shot on goal against Oklahoma in the Stanford Invitational ... leader of the backfield that allowed one conference goal and a mere four all season ... limited the opposition to 121 total shots, 55 on goal ... named honorable mention academic all-Pac-10 ... competed with the U-21 National and Nordic Cup Teams during the summer of 2003.

(2001) Started all 21 games ... named third-team all-West Region ... earned honorable mention all-Pac-10 accolades ... tallied one goal, one assist and eight shots ... solid defender that helped record six team shutouts, while giving up only 18 opponent goals ... scored first collegiate goal against Santa Clara ... assisted the game-winning goal in the Cardinal's 3-2 overtime win at Florida ... posted two shots against Washington State.

(2000) One-of-three freshmen to start in every game ... played key role in Cardinal defense that had 10 shutouts while allowing 27 goals ... had one assist for first career point ... assisted on game-winning goal against Connecticut.

(Prep) Graduated with a 4.46 GPA ... member of the U.S. National Team since the age of 16 ... one-of-three players in the country invited to train with the National Team as a junior ... 1999 NSCAA All-American ... selected as a Parade Magazine All-American as a senior ... played for the San Diego Hotspurs club team for 10 years ... also competed for the Mission Viejo Mirage club team with Stanford senior Allyson Marquand ... California Scholarship Federation member ... junior class president and sophomore class vice president ... Engineers of America award winner.

(Personal) Daughter of Karen and Mike Spilger ... dad, Mike, and Grandpa played basketball for San Diego State ... civil engineering major.


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