"Lu (Melissa) will make a big splash for us this fall. She is so cheeky on the ball, and of course has that special left foot. I am most excited because Lu comes into pre-season the healthiest she's been in nearly two years."
As a junior (2006): A starter in her first game as a Terp, helping defeat No. 10 Tennessee (8/25), 1-0, at Penn State Classic ... tremendous effort with two goals and an assists in 6-0 rout of UMBC (9/4) ... five points was the most in a game by a Terrapin player since Oct. 1, 2003 ... one shot in 1-0 loss at Dartmouth (9/8) ... two shots in 1-0 overtime loss to Clemson (9/21).
At Monroe CC: The 2004 and 2005 NSCAA/adidas Junior College Division I Player of the Year, becoming the first female ever to win that honor two- consecutive years ... led Monroe to two NJCAA National Championships ... scored 14 goals and added eight assists in 2005 despite missing much of the season with an injury ... two-time MVP of the NJCAA national tournament ... two-time NSCAA/adidas JUCO All-American ... two-time Region 3 Player of the Year and all-region selection.
Before College:Two-time Washington Post all-Met selection at Arundel High School ... also named to the Baltimore Sun all-Metro team in 2003 ... two-time Anne Arundel County Player of the Year ... scored 12 goals and added eight assists as a senior ... totaled 128 points in her high school career on 49 goals and 30 assists ... earned Soccer America's Player of the Month honor in August 2003 ... four-time first team all-county ... member of the 2005 U-20 National Pool ... invited to the 2003 ESP camp ... member of the Region 1 pool from 2001-03 ... member of the 2000 regional team and was a member of the U-14 National Pool.
Personal: Daughter of Nelson and Gail Hornfeck ... younger sister of Michael and Michelle ... majoring in family studies.
Melissa Hornfeck's Career Statistics
Melissa Hornfeck's Career Highs
|Goals: 2 vs. UMBC (9/4/06)|
|Assists: 1 vs. UMBC (9/4/06)|
|Points: 5 vs. UMBC (9/4/06)|