|| Erica Holland
As a Junior in 2006: Received Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... Played in 13 games and made nine starts ... Posted seven shutouts after earning the starting job against Arizona ... Only allowed one goal during the regular-season ... Finished the season as the top goalkeeper in the Pac-10 with a .935 save percentage and a .19 goals-against average ... Recorded a season-high seven saves in the NCAA Second Round against USC ... Collected 29 total saves in 974 minutes of action.
As a Sophomore in 2005: Shared the starting role during the Pac-10 season ... Recorded a career-high eight saves at Arizona State, as she notched her first shutout of her collegiate career ... Added her second shutout against fourth-ranked UCLA ... Also started at Navy ... Owns a 0.59 goals-against average this season in 614 minutes in the net this season.
As a Freshman in 2004: Appeared in three games, backing up starting keeper Nicole Barnhart ... Held a 0.00 goals-against average in 25 minutes in the net ... Saw nine minutes of action in the season-opener against Utah ... Played 15 minutes against Denver at the Santa Clara Classic ... Picked up her first collegiate save against the Pioneers ... Closed out the last 36 seconds at UCLA.
High School: Goalkeeper for the Northern California State Team from 2002-2003 ... Also a pool player for the Regional ODP team ... Honored as the State Team Player four-straight years ... Also named the 2002 Regional Pool Player ... A three-year letterwinner at College Park in soccer ... Earned four letters in cross country and a member of the 2003 CIF State Champion cross country team ... Named to the Honor Roll in each of her four years ... Recipient of the Math, Spanish, P.E., English, Science and History Department Awards ... Received the 2004 social studies plaque ... Selected as the 2002-03 Outstanding Junior Girl Undergraduate at College Park.
Personal: Daughter of David and Adrienne Holland ... Has an older sister, Andrea, and a younger brother, Will ... Majoring in Human Biology with aspirations to become an orthopedic surgeon.
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