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  Tiffany Horvath

Tiffany  Horvath

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Strongsville, Ohio

High School:



A strong yet agile forward with excellent technical ability ... A creative playmaker with a knack for the goal ... Finished her Bobcat career ranked third in career shots (164), fourth in career goals (23), fourth in career points (62), fourth in career starts (70), and seventh in career assists (16).

2006: Earned All-MAC Second Team honors for the third time in her career ... Named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District IV Second Team for the second consecutive year ... Started in all 19 games on the season ... Ranked third on the team with eight points and tied for second on the team with three goals ... Scored her first goal of the season Aug. 28 against Wright State ... Assisted on the game-winning goal Oct. 6 against defending MAC regular-season champion Bowling Green ... Assisted on the game-winning goal Oct. 22 in a 3-1 win over Buffalo ... Netted the game-winner Oct. 26 against Akron in the regular-season finale ... Finished with 27 shots, 13 on goal.

2005: Appeared in all 17 matches with 13 starts ... Scored two goals in 5-1 win over Cleveland State on Sept. 4, marking the sixth two-goal game of her college career ... Assisted the team's lone goal in 2-1 overtime loss to Central Michigan on Sept. 23 ... Assisted Ohio's first goal in 3-2 loss at Northern Illinois on Sept. 30 ... Ranked fifth on the squad with six total points ... Named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Second Team ... Named to the Academic All-MAC Team and MAC Academic Honor Roll for the second straight year with a team-high 3.91 accumulative GPA ... One of just six MAC players to earn academic all-district honors by being named to the District IV second team.

2004: An All-MAC second-team selection ... Led the Mid-American Conference with six game-winning goals ... Team leader in goals (nine), assists (seven), points (25) and shots (72) ... Scored twice in 3-2 win over Eastern Michigan on Oct. 17 ... Recorded two goals and an assist in 3-0 win at Marshall on Oct. 8, the second five-point effort of her career ... Assisted the first and last goals in 3-1 win over Eastern Michigan in MAC Tournament quarterfinals ... Became the first Bobcat to earn Academic All-District honors after being selected to the CoSIDA District IV third team ... Also named to the Academic All-MAC Team.

2003: Selected as a Freshman All-America honorable mention and to the Great Lakes Region All-Freshman Team by soccerbuzz.com ... The first Bobcat to earn MAC Freshman-of-the-Year accolades after recording nine goals and five assists for the seventh-most productive season in school history with 23 total points ... Also named to the All-Ohio second team, the All-MAC second team, the MAC All-Tournament Team and the first-ever MAC All-Freshman Team ... Appeared in all 21 matches and made 19 starts ... Provided the game-winning goals against Minnesota, Duquesne and Bowling Green ... Scored two goals in a game three times, including in back-to-back home matches against Duquesne and Marshall ... Also provided an assist against Duquesne for a career-high five points in that contest ... Named Ohio Realty/GMAC Real Estate Athlete of the Week for the week ending Sept. 7 ... Awarded the MAC's Player-of-the-Week honor on Oct. 27 ... Her 51 shots were second-most on the team and the eighth-highest total in school history.

HIGH SCHOOL: After sitting out the first 13 games of her senior season with an injury, provided 13 goals and six assists in 10 matches to help lead Strongsville High School to the state championship and a seventh-place national ranking in 2002 ... An all-county first-teamer and a Cleveland area all-star.

CLUB: Spent two years on the regional pool, three years on the Olympic Development Program state team and eight years on the Internationals club team, where she won four state titles and five national indoor championships.

PERSONAL: Majoring in marketing finance ... Daughter of Joe and Diana Horvath ... Born February 17, 1985.