|16 Leanne Mihelich
2010 - SENIOR SEASON
Played in 18 matches with three starts ... named Academic All-Big 12 first team ... played 472 minutes ... has two goals, one assists, 14 shots and eight shots-on-goal with a .571 shots-on-goal percentage ... scored first goal of the season vs. Nebraska, her third goal of her career at Tech ... got second assist vs. Iowa State ... scored another goal vs. Missouri.
2009 - JUNIOR SEASON
Missed the first part of the season for personal reasons ... returned at the start of Big 12 play against Iowa State ... played every conference match except against Texas ... return helped fill an offensive void after the loss of Brittney Harrison to a season-ending injury ... netted her first career goal as a Red Raider against Nebraska ... connected on two goals against the Huskers, helping pave the way to a 3-3 tie ... had not previously posted a point since her freshman season at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock ... played in a total of 10 matches with four starts ... ended the season starting in Tech's final three matches ... went 2-for-3 on shot attempts on the season.
2008 - SOPHOMORE SEASON
Missed the first half of the season after suffering a leg injury during the preseason ... played nine matches and made three starts ... made first appearance as a Red Raider against Oklahoma on Sept. 28 ... made first career start against Baylor ... had a season-high three shot attempts against Iowa State ... played all 90 minutes in the Big 12 Championship match against Oklahoma State ... attempted four shots on the year but was unable to earn her first goal at Tech.
2007 - UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK
Led the Trojans in goals with nine and points with 22 in her only season ... attempted 54 shots with 30 being on goal for a .556 shot-on-goal percentage ... had two game-winning goals ... completed the hat trick against Troy ... helped lead UALR to the Sun Belt Conference semi-final game.
DUNCANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Was a four-sport athlete (soccer, softball, volleyball and basketball) at Duncanville High School ... four-year letterman with DHS advancing to the playoffs all four years ... was a First Team All-District selection all four years ... led the team in goals and points all four years ... team MVP her freshman, sophomore and senior years ... offensive MVP freshman and senior season ... was also a member of Student Council, the National Honor Society and Spanish Club ... high school coach: Chris Ring.
Born January 2, 1989 to parents Michael and Kim Mihelich ... has two brothers, Ryan and Brandon ... hopes to one day own a business and travel to foreign countries ... majoring management and marketing.