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  Amy LePeilbet
Amy LePeilbet

Player Profile
Hometown:
Crystal Lake, Illinois

High School:
Prairie Ridge

Height:
5-7

Position:
Defender

Birthdate:
03/12/1982

Experience:
4V

Degree:
B.A., Sociology, 2004 (Magna Cum Laude)

--Valley products Amy LePeilbet, Sydney Leroux named to U.S. women's Olympic soccer team (AZ Central/May 27, 2012)

--A Sun Devil Returns (Youtube.com/Nov. 11, 2011)

--ASU alum LePeilbet picked for Olympic Team (Fox Sports Arizona/May 29, 2012)


• 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist

• Member of USA's 2011 World Cup Team

• U-21 National team member

• Also played on the 2002 and 2003 U-21 Champion Nordic Cup team

Arizona State: One of the cornerstones of the program ... a two-time All-American and three-time All-Pacific-10 Conference first team selection... did not miss a start in her four years at ASU, playing in 74 career games... Was also a two-time Academic All-American.

2003: LePeilbet was a main component in helping to carry the Sun Devils into the second round of the NCAA Championships, the team's second consecutive and third NCAA appearance in the last four years... Was named an NSCAA Seond-Team All-American... Helped the team finish with a 13-5-3 record and a final national ranking of 14th in the nation... As team's top defender, LePeilbet also scored three goals, including two game-winners while leading a defense that allowed 1.05 goals per game and posted eight shutouts.

2002: Excellent defender, tough and smart ... was one of the main reasons the team tied the school record with five straight shutouts ... honorable mention All-American by Soccer Buzz ... earned NSCAA second-team All-West Region acclaim ... Soccer Buzz second-team All-West Region ... All-Pac-10 First Team honors, her second straight honor ... first-team Pac-10 All-Academic ... Academic All-American and all-region selection ... played and started in all 21 games ... posted two goals and one assist ... scored ASU's opening goal against Arizona en route to a 3-1 win ... assisted on Makoski's game-winning goal against Northern Arizona.

2001: The team's top defender ... played and started in all 19 games ... posted one assist against Mississippi ... earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors as well as first-team All-Academic honors ... Verizon Academic All-American ... was a Maroon and Gold Scholar-Athlete ... named to the Traditional Bank All-Tournament team.

2000: Played in 13 games with 13 starts ... broke her nose halfway through the season, but continued to play ... scored one goal and had one assist ... scored an unassisted goal against Eastern Michigan.

High School: A 2000 graduate of Prairie Ridge High School, Crystal Lake, Ill. ... lettered four years in soccer and three times in basketball ... captain of the soccer and basketball teams in 1999-00 ... All-Fox Valley Conference selection in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... all-sectional choice in 1998, 1999 and 2000 ... first-team all-area from 1999-00 ... all-tournament pick in 1999-00 ... named Most Valuable Player in 1999-00 ... Northwest Herald Player of the Year selection in 2000 ... three-time all-conference, all-tournament and MVP in basketball ... first-team all-area in 2000 ... John Mackie Senior Athlete of the Year award in 2000 ... also earned the Fox Valley Scholar-Athlete award ... United State Marine Corps Athlete Recognition award in 2000 ... holds school records for total goals (53) and assists (37) ... basketball school record holder in a season with 137 assists and 86 steals ... single-game record holder with 15 rebounds and nine assists ... also played for the USL W-1 Chicago Cobras and Sparta club teams.

Personal: Earned her B.A. in Sociology in 2004, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors ... parents are Andy and Lynn LePeilbet of Reno, Nev. ... enjoys in-line skating, bike riding and snowboarding ... has one younger sister, Abby, two older sisters, Angie and Amanda, and one older brother, Adam ... born March 12, 1982 in Spokane, Wash. ... full name is Amy Elizabeth LePeilbet.

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