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Duke
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Friday 11/22
St. John's (NY)
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Friday 11/15
Oklahoma State
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Wednesday 11/06
No. 1 Florida
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Monday 11/04
No. 9 Missouri
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Thursday 10/31
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Auburn
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Tennessee
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#2 Allie Tripp
Position: Defender
Height: 5'11"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Carrollton, Texas
High School: Creekview HS
Club: FC Dallas
Experience: 2 Letters
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#2 Allie Tripp
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 06/22/2012

2013 (Junior): Allie Tripp was the only Razorback to start in all 24 games this season, breaking the all-time record at Arkansas. She recorded three goals and five assists on the season, producing a .467 shots on goals percentage. The junior was named Sec Player of the Week on August 26. Tripp was a bright spot in the postseason, leading the Razorback defenders in stopping Oklahoma State and St. John’s to advance to the final round of 16 in their NCAA tournament debut. In the sweet 16 match against Duke, Tripp dished out the assist to Ashleigh Ellenwood to put the Razorbacks on the board and tie the match.

 

2012 (Sophomore): Allie Tripp started 16 of the 17 games she competed in tallying a team-high four assists on the 2012 season. She spent all of her time on defense but also had nine shots with five on goal for a .556 shots on goal percentage. She started her first game of the season against Kennesaw State, starting the remaining games on Arkansas’ slate afterward. One of her signature moments came against Auburn where she took a free kick in the 62nd minute and placed it in the perfect spot for Sam Wolf to head the ball in the right corner of the net to give Arkansas the win, edging the Tigers 1-0. She also recorded one assist against LSU and two against No. 18 Kentucky, helping give the program their first-ever win over a ranked opponent. Her 1,342 minutes on the season ranked 3rd on the team this season, as the sophomore averaged 78.9 minutes per game.

2011 (Freshman): Tripp was a part of the forward rotation as a true freshman until a knee injury ended her season. She played in each of the first eight games against SMU, Kansas, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Missouri State, Air Force, Colorado College and Ole Miss before getting hurt against the Rebels. Tripp played 190 total minutes with a high of 46 at Nebraska and started the season-opening win over SMU. She tied for third on the team with one assist, which came on the game-winning goal by Kailey Anders at Air Force. Tripp had two shots for the season, both on goal. Of the 17 Razorbacks with two or more shot attempts, she was the only one with a 1.000 shots on goal percentage. Tripp earned UA Athletic Director’s List honors in the classroom.

ODP: Tripp’s Olympic Development team advanced to the finals of the regional and national tournaments.   

Club: Tripp played for the FC Dallas U12, U14 and U16 teams. In 2007, FC Dallas advanced to the west semifinals of the Premier League tournament, won the Dr. Pepper Fair Play tournament and reached the finals of the Memorial Day Cup.  

Creekview HS: Tripp helped lead her team to the first round of the Class 6-5A playoffs. She earned honorable mention all-district honors and helped her team win the district championship.  

Personal: Born Sep. 5, she is the daughter of Don and Susie Tripp. She is majoring in psychology.


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