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Sh'Nia Gordon

#99 Sh'Nia Gordon

F | Jr. | 5-7 | Ocklawaha, Fla. | Richmond Hill High

2016-17 Sophomore

• NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team
• Big 12 All-Tournament Team
• Academic All-Big 12 First Team
• Started all 27 matches and finished sixth on the team with 2,079 minutes
• Tallied a career single-season high 17 points on seven goals, also a career single-season best, and three assists
• Seven scores ranked No. 2 on the team and No. 5 in the Big 12 Conference
• Point total ranked No. 3 on team, No. 7 in conference
• Also notched two game-winning scores
• First career two-score match came in 3-1 win vs. Saint Francis (Aug. 28); also finished with a career single-game high nine shots
• Notched game-winning goal in 3-0 victory vs. Oklahoma State (Oct. 28)
• Opened scoring in 3-0 win vs. Texas Tech in Big 12 Soccer Championship Quarterfinal (Nov. 2)
• Added an insurance goal with 40 seconds remaining in 2-0 win over Oklahoma in Big 12 Soccer Championship Semifinal (Nov. 4)
• Assisted on Michaela Abam’s goal, WVU’s first, in team’s comeback, 3-2 (OT) victory vs. TCU in Big 12 Soccer Championship Final (Nov. 6)
• Tallied team’s lone goal in 23rd minute in 1-1 (2OT) draw vs. No. 14 UCLA in NCAA Tournament Third Round (Nov. 20)
• Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 31)

2015-16 Freshman

• All-Big 12 Freshman Team
• Academic All-Big 12 Newcomer Team
• Started all 23 matches and finished with 1,010 minutes of action
• Finished fourth on team and paced Mountaineer freshmen with 13 points and five goals; goal total ranked No. 3 on team and No. 10 in Big 12 Conference
• Tallied three game-winning goals, the fourth-best total in the Big 12
• Also chipped in three assists
• First career shot went down as a game-winner, as she scored in the 20th minute of WVU’s 2-0 win vs. SIUE in the season opener at the Indiana Tournament (Aug. 21)
• Tallied one goal and one assist for three points in 5-0 victory vs. Duquesne (Aug. 30)
• Game-winning goal in WVU’s 8-0 win over Villanova (Sept. 6) came 83 seconds into the match and is the seventh-fastest goal in program history
• Connected on through ball in 49th minute for game-winning score at No. 13 Texas Tech (Oct. 11); also assisted on fourth score of game for three points
• Added insurance goal in 4-0 win vs. Duquesne in NCAA Tournament First Round (Nov. 13)
• Assisted on Kailey Utley’s game-winning goal in 5-2 victory over Loyola Marymount in NCAA Tournament Third Round (Nov. 22)
• Two-time Big 12 Freshman of the Week (Aug. 25, Oct. 13)

High School

• Girls IMG Academy Top 150 (No. 52)
• No. 2-ranked player in South-West, according to TopDrawerSoccer.com (2015)
• No. 5-ranked forward in Texas region, No. 22 nationally
• Three-year member of ECNL Soccer
• Coastal Empire All-Star Game MVP
• 2014-15 Savannah Female Athlete of the Year
• Scored a school-record 59 goals as a senior at Richmond Hills High; tallied 34 goals in 13 games as a junior
• 2014 Savannah Magazine Most Athletic
• Also a member of high school track team and competed at the Texas Relays as a sophomore
• Played soccer in multiple states, including Texas and Georgia 

Personal

• Daughter of Joseph and Porsche Schwendemann
• Has two brothers and one sister
• Birthday is April 9
• Majoring in business administration   
• Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll
• Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll 
SeasonClassGPStartShotsSOGGoalsAssistsYellow
Totals 5050115441262
2015Fr23232815531
2016So27278729731

Six Tabbed Preseason All-Big 12

By Shannon McNamara | August 09, 2017

A conference-record six players from the top-ranked West Virginia University women’s soccer team were named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Soccer Team today.

One More Week

By Shannon McNamara | July 26, 2017

The West Virginia University women’s soccer team officially opens its 2017 season one week from today, as 28 Mountaineers will report to Dreamswork Field at 7 a.m. on Aug. 2 for the first day of preseason camp.

Two Earn Big 12 Weekly Honors; WVU No. 1

By Shannon McNamara | October 31, 2016

Sophomores Sh’Nia Gordon and Easther Mayi Kith were named the Big 12 Conference Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, this morning.