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#5 Tyler Allen
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'7"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Plano, Texas
High School: Trinity Christian Academy
Club: Sting Dallas 93 Girls
Experience: 2 Letters
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#5 Tyler Allen
Courtesy: Robby Edwards, Athletic Media Relations
Release: 06/22/2012

2013 (Junior): Tyler Allen played in 23 games for the Razorbacks during the 2013 season. She tallied two goals and tied for second on the team with seven assists. Allen’s most memorable moment came in a 2-1 victory over Oklahoma State during the first round of the NCAA Tournament, as her free kick went untouched and the junior scored the game-winning goal to send the Razorbacks to the second round of the tournament. She had two assists against Saint Louis and Texas A&M, a single-game career best for Allen and tying for second in the single-game record books. Allen boasted a .591 shot on goal percentage.

2012 (Sophomore): Tyler Allen played in 20 games, making 19 starts, the second most on the team. She was played in every game at midfield, and was one of five players to see action in every game. Allen was second on the team with 1,565 minutes played, and was fourth on the team with two assists. She took 12 shots, with three on goal. Her first assist of the season came on Jeriann Okoro’s late game-winning goal to defeat Texas 1-0 in Fayetteville on Aug. 19. She also assisted on a goal in a 3-1 home victory over Alabama on Oct. 7.  The midfielder played all 110 minutes in a 1-1 tie with South Carolina, and played 105 minutes in a 3-2 overtime loss to Vanderbilt.

2011 (Freshman): Allen was one of five Razorbacks, and one of three freshmen, to start all 18 games. The midfielder played 1,421 minutes, which ranked fourth on the team. Allen tied for the team lead with two assists and tied for fifth with two points. She was also fifth with 11 shots and tied for sixth with two shots on goal for a .182 shots on goal percentage. Her first game was a 2-1 victory over SMU and she played all 90 minutes in the first two games of her career. Allen played 90 or more minutes six times. Her assists came at Kansas for a Sam Wolf goal and at South Carolina on a score by Beth Stratton. Allen had two shots against Missouri State and Air Force, and one against Kansas, Oklahoma State, Colorado College, Ole Miss, Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina. She played all 92 minutes in the 2-1 win over Ole Miss and all 90 in the 1-0 victory over Mississippi State as the Razorbacks began SEC play 2-0. Her play in the midfield helped Arkansas improve its opponent scoring average by more than a goal in league play. Allen was named to UA’s academic Athletic Director’s List.

Club: Allen was a member of the Sting Dallas 93 Girls team for eight years, serving as a team captain from the U13 level through U18. She led her squad to several Lake Highland Girls Classic League Division I, USYS Region 3, USYS Region 3 Premier League and North Texas State Cup semifinal and championship appearances with a United States Youth Soccer national championship in 2007.
Trinity Christian Academy: In high school, Allen earned TAPPS Class 5A All-State, all-tournament and all-district honors as a midfielder. She was also team captain, team MVP and academic all-state as a senior. She led her senior team to the semifinals of the state tournament. Allen also ran track at TCA, helping her 4x400-meter relay team advance to the TAPPS Class 5A regional meet.

Personal: Born Oct. 6, she is the daughter of Rick and Deb Allen. Allen is majoring in kinesiology.


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