#33 Amy Baumann


Hometown Highlands Ranch, Colo.
High School Thunder Ridge

Coach Coveleskie:

‘She is quick, feisty and an extreme competitor with an intense goal scoring mentality.’

As a junior (2006):
Second team All-SEC … First in SEC for game-winning goals with four … Second in SEC for points, goals … Started in all 21 games… Led team with eight goals, including one against Clemson at NCAA Tournament… A team leader in shots and shots on goal percentage with 21 and .583… Top Drawer Soccer[apos]s National Team of the Week honors, Soccer Buzz Team of the Week honors, and SEC Offensive Player of the Week after scoring both goals in 2-0 conference win over Ole Miss and game-winning goal in 4-0 Mississippi State win… Posted 3 assists.

As a sophomore (2005):
Led her class with 4 assists… scored two goals.. played in all 23 games… started in 10 games including 4 SEC contests.

As a freshman (2004):
Posted two goals and two assists, third best among freshmen… Her .685 shots-on-goal percentage was second-best on the team… She played in 18 of the team[apos]s 19 games, starting seven.

High School/Club:
Lettered four years in soccer for coach Jerry Rouse… Did not play her senior year (2003) after suffering an injury (Thunder Ridge reached the first round of the state playoffs and ended the season with an 11-4-2 record)… Helped lead Thunder Ridge to a 19-0-1 record and the 2002 Colorado 5A state championship… The Grizzlies also captured the league title in 2001 and 2002… Earned second team All-State honors in 2002 and All-Conference in 2001 and 2002… Named Thunder Ridge Female Athlete of the Year in 2002… Voted Ms. Thunder Ridge in 2005… Played club soccer for Real Colorado… RC won the Colorado State Cup in 2001 and 2003… Baumann was named State Cup MVP in 2001… Also lettered in basketball… Thunder Ridge went 23-1 and won the 5A state title in 2003 and 2005…. two-time state basketball champion.

Worth Noting:
Amy Louise Baumann… Daughter of Jim and Katie Baumann… Has a brother, Joey… Majoring in Human and Organizational Development.