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#8 Allie Chandler
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
City/State: Mesquite, Texas
High School: Poteet HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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#8 Allie Chandler
Courtesy: Robby Edwards, Athletic Media Relations
Release: 06/22/2012

2011: Allie Chandler earned the second Southeastern Conference honor of her career after being named a second-team all-league selection. She earned all-freshman honors in 2009. In 2011, Chandler led the team with 83 shots and 29 shots on goal, was second with one game-winner, and third with two goals, four points and a .349 shots on goal percentage. She was second in the SEC with 83 shots and 4.61 shots per game. In SEC play only, she was second in the conference with 62 shots and 5.64 shots per game. She was fourth on the team overall and third among non-keepers with 1,426 minutes played. Chandler was one of five Razorbacks to start all 18 games and had a shot on goal in every game except the second game of the year at Kansas. Chandler scored the game-winner in the 1-0 win over Mississippi State, helping the Razorbacks get off to a 2-0 SEC start. She also scored in the near upset of No. 8 Florida. She took six or more shots eight times. Her nine shots against Vanderbilt tie for the 10th-most in school history and the seventh-most in an SEC game. Chandler was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Capital One Academic All-America All-District 6 team with a 3.78 grade point average in communication disorders. She was also named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, and UA's Athletic Director's List and Honor Roll.

2010: Chandler was named by TopDrawerSoccer.com as one of the top five SEC sophomores to watch entering last season. She missed the last three games with an injury, but played in 16 with 14 starts, and finished second on the team with four goals, tied for second with two assists and third with 10 points. In her last three games of the year, she had two points against Kentucky, four against Mississippi State and one against Ole Miss. She had a team-high 57 shots with 18 on goal for a .316 percentage. She had two game-winners, against Florida International in the season-opener and against Mississippi State. Chandler was also one-for-one on penalty kicks, in the 2-0 win over Kentucky. She had assists against Stephen F. Austin and Ole Miss. She had highs of nine shots against Vanderbilt and seven against MSU, and three shots on goal against MSU, Vanderbilt and Florida Gulf Coast. She had two goals against MSU for four points, which ties for 15th on UA's all-time goals scored list. Her nine shots against Vanderbilt tie for 10th. In SEC play only, her four points against MSU tie for sixth, two goals tie for fifth and nine shots against VU tie for seventh. Chandler helped Arkansas improve its SEC scoring from five goals in 2009 to 17 in 2010. She also helped the Razorbacks record six shutouts, including the 0-0 double-overtime tie at No. 17 Georgia, which was just the second non-loss in 27 all-time meetings with ranked teams. Chandler was named to the 2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll as well as UA's Academic Champions List for a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

2009: Chandler was an SEC All-Freshman selection. She played in all 19 games with 14 starts. She led the team with five goals, 12 points, 71 shots and 34 shots on goal. She was eighth with 1,167 minutes and fourth with two assists. In SEC play, she was second to Sophie Wentz with four points, tied for first with two goals, and first with 57 shots and 29 shots on goal. Chandler played in 11 games with nine starts. Her 789 minutes were fifth on the team. Her first goal came in her first start and it was the game-winner in the 2-0 victory over Missouri State. She also had goals against Stephen F. Austin, Florida Atlantic, Auburn and Vanderbilt. She had two assists in the 3-0 win over Oral Roberts. Chandler tied for fifth in the SEC in shots and shots per game (3.74). In SEC play only, she was second in shots and shots per game (5.18). Chandler helped Arkansas set school records with 10 shutouts, four SEC shutouts and a 0.80 goals against average, and record consecutive winning seasons for the first time in program history.

ODP: Chandler was a member of the Olympic Development regional team in 2005.

Club: Chandler played for the Dallas Texans club team, that later changed its named to Sting. During her time with the club, Chandler helped the team to three Region III appearances, including a national final appearance with the U15/16 team. Her U17/18 club was the Premier League champion.

Poteet HS: A three-time first-team all-district selection, Chandler helped lead her team to three appearances in the regional quarterfinals.  As a sophomore, she was the District 15-4A Offensive MVP and a first-team all-region performer. She repeated the all-region recognition the following season. Chandler totaled more than 80 goals and 50 assists during her four-year prep career, including bests of 26 goals as a junior and 19 assists as a sophomore.

Personal: Born March 5, 1991, she is the daughter of Rodney Chandler and Shelley Carr. She is majoring in communication disorders.


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