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#18 Kaylyn Cooper
Position: Defender
Height: 5'2"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Parker, Colo.
High School: Chaparral HS
Club: REAL Colorado
Experience: 2 Letters
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#18 Kaylyn Cooper
Courtesy: Robby Edwards, Athletic Media Relations
Release: 06/22/2012

2013 (Junior): Kaylyn Cooper played in 20 matches during the 2013 season, making starts in the first 17 of the season. She was a staple in the Razorbacks' back line, helping them shutout four of their first five opponents and start the season at a program-best 7-0.

2012 (Sophomore): Kaylyn Cooper continued her strong career as a sophomore by starting all 20 games, the only Arkansas player to start in each game. Cooper led the team with 1,794 minutes play, and she had one shot on the year, coming against Vanderbilt. She played at least 90 minutes in all but one game, and was instrumental in holding opponents to just 1.22 goals per game.

2011 (Freshman): Cooper almost never left the field as a true freshman, playing in all 18 games with 17 starts, and showing her versatility by moving from defender to forward. Cooper started the first 14 games at defender and the last three at forward. She came off the bench at Auburn, but still played 73 minutes. Cooper played every minute of the first 13 games of her career, including overtime against Ole Miss and Kentucky. Her 1,573 minutes were second on the team to Sam Wolf’s 1,581. Her play on the back line helped Arkansas improve its opponent scoring average by more than a goal in SEC play. Cooper took four shots for the season with one on goal. She had two in the near upset of No. 8 Florida, a 2-1 overtime loss, and one against Nebraska and LSU. Her shot on goal was against the Gators. Cooper earned UA Honor Roll honors.

Club: Cooper played for the REAL Colorado Club, where she played from U12 through U18. She won a state championship and advanced to the regional quarterfinals with her U16 squad. She helped her U14 and U18 teams reach the state finals.

Chaparral HS: Cooper was named Chaparral’s freshman Newcomer of the Year. Over her career, she also earned first-team all-district honors, team MVP honors and was her club’s captain for two years.

Personal: Born Dec. 3, Cooper is the daughter of Mike and Jackie Cooper. She is majoring in kinesiology.


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