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  Stacey Tullock
Stacey Tullock

Player Profile
Hometown:
Phoenix, Arizona

High School:
Thunderbird

Height:
5-7

Position:
Midfielder

Birthdate:
09/20/1978

Experience:
3V

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">Tullock's 2011 Hall of Fame Plaque

Arizona State: 2000: U21 National Team member ... earned second-team All-American honors by the NSCAA, Soccer America and Soccer Buzz ... first-team all-region selection by Soccer Buzz ... second-team all-region by the NSCAA ... first-team All-Pac-10 choice ... Arizona State's all-time leader in goals (44), game-winning goals (15), assists (19) and total points (107) ... played in 20 games with 19 starts ... half her goals came as game-winners ... led the team in goals (14), game-winning goals (7) and points (33) ... scored at least one goals in eight of the first nine games ... scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to defeat fifth-ranked UCLA ... scored another game-winning overtime goal against Georgia ... two-time Soccer America Team of the Week selection ... produced four straight game-winning goals (9/10-9/21) ... factored into the team scoring (goal or assist) in 14 games ... scored at least one goal in 12 games. 1999: Followed up an outstanding campaign with another brilliant year ... played and started in all 19 games ... recorded a team-high 17 goals, seven assists and 41 points ... claimed her second All-American selection by Soccer Buzz ... also earned Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year honors ... led the Pac-10 for the second straight season in goals (17) and total points (41) ... first-team All-Pac-10 choice ... selected as one of 12 finalist for the Soccer Buzz National Player of the Year ... was one of only two sophomores selected to the NSCAA All-West Region team ... first-team All-West Region honors by Soccer Buzz ... earned Pac-10 Player of the Week honors (9/27) ... two-time Soccer America Team of the Week selection (9/27, 10/17) ... scored a goal and had two assists against Michigan in Ann Arbor ... scored two goals, including the game-winner off of a penalty kick to beat nationally-ranked Iowa State, 3-1 ... scored both goals in ASU's 2-0 win over nationally-ranked California ... had five games with two goals ... scored at least one goal in 12 games ... finished the season ranked 16th nationally in goals per game (0.89) and 20th in points per game (2.16) ... ASU's all-time goal scorer (30), point's leader (74) and game-winning goals scorer (8). 1998: Became the school's first All-American selection, awarded by Soccer Buzz ... named Pacific-10 Conference Freshman of the Year ... named to the Pac-10 first team, only one of two freshman to make the team ... earned West Region second team accolades by Soccer Buzz ... named the team's Most Valuable Player ... selected to the Wisconsin Soccer Invitational All-Tournament Team ... played and started in all 19 games ... led the Pac-10 in total points (33) and goals scored (13) ... finished third in assists with seven ... holds ASU's all-time mark in goals, game-winning goals (4) and points ... also led the team in shots with 93 ... accounted for nearly half of the team's total points and one quarter of the team's assists and shots ... tallied a goal in 11 of 19 games and scored at least one point in 14 matches ... can also perform the difficult in-bounds flip throw. 1997: Redshirted after transferring from Notre Dame. High School: `97 graduate of Thunderbird High School, Phoenix, Ariz. ... lettered two years in soccer, two years in track and once in cross country ... captain of the soccer team from 1995-96 ... Arizona 4A Player of the Year her senior season ... all-State Most Valuable Player ... all-State and all-Region first-team selection ... scored an incredible 65 goals her senior year, overtaking the old record of 58 ... won the 1997 Arizona State Cup, 3-0, scoring all three goals for her team. Personal: Major is psychology ... parents are Steve and Marilyn Tullock of Phoenix ... has one sister, Clare (20) ... born Sept. 20, 1978 in Saltburn, England ... full name is Stacey Dee Tullock.

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