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#15 Alyssa Brazil
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'4"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sioux Falls, S.D.
High School: O'Gorman H.S.

Career Highs
Goals: 2 (Northern State, 9/11/14)
Assists: 1, 4 times (last IUPUI, 10/3/14)
Points: 4 (Northern State, 9/11/14)
Shots: 6 (Northern State, 9/11/14)
SOG: 5 (Northern State, 9/11/14)

2014 (Junior)

Started all 20 games ... recorded a goal and an assist against Bemidji State (9/7) ... netted career-high two goals against Northern State (9/11) ... enjoyed three-game point streak from 9/26 to 10/5, notching two goals and an assist over that span ... netted game-winning goals in back-to-back games against South Dakota and Denver (10/24, 10/31) ... led team in goals (7) and game-winning goals (3), both season highs ... named to the all-Summit League first team.

2013 (Sophomore)

Was one of seven players to start all 18 games for SDSU ... played 1,258 minutes ... led team in points (14) and goals (six) ... second on team in shots (30) ... tied for second on team in assists (two) and shots on goal (14) ... scored game-winning goals against Lamar (8/30) and South Dakota (10/11) ... converted on lone penalty kick attempt of the year against North Dakota (9/22) ... named to the Summit League Academic Honor Roll and the Summit League’s Distinguished Scholars List.

2012 (Freshman)

Appeared in all 17 games, starting five ... scored two goals for four points on 10 shots, six of which were on goal ... first goal was a game winner at Northern Iowa ... scored second goal in 89th minute of 2-0 win against then league leader Western Illinois ... named to the Summit League Academic Honor Roll.

Before SDSU

Four-year letterwinner and starter ... two-time all-state soccer first team (2010-11) ... South Dakota ODP Team (2009) ... Nebraska ODP Team pool play qualifier (2010) ... four-time club soccer state champion ... two-time soccer captain (2010-11) ... state champion (2008) ... four-year letterwinner and starter in basketball, where captained the team in 2011-12 and was a state runner-up in 2011.