One of the top goalkeepers in the nation ... totaled 33 shutouts in four years at Duke, which ranks second on Duke and fourth on the ACC career charts ... her career 0.87 goals against average and 265 saves rank first and second, respectively, on the Duke charts ... trained with the U-20 National Team in the spring of 2006.
Senior (2007): Started all 23 contests ...named third team Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region ... earned NSCAA/adidas All-Southeast Region ... notched seven shutouts and led Duke to the NCAA Elite Eight ... posted a 0.84 goals-against average ... had 91 saves ... set the Duke record with 603:33 straight minutes without allowing a goal ... collected an assists against San Francisco ... had a season-high 10 saves in the season-opener against Pepperdine ... totaled shutouts against Pepperdine, San Diego, Yale, Virginia Tech, N.C. State, Georgia and Indiana ... her 91 saves was the third-most in a single season at Duke, while her 0.84 goals-against average was fifth.
Junior (2006): Played in all 21 matches for Duke, starting 20 of those ... led Duke to nine shutouts, which ranks tied for first in a single season ... her 0.89 goals against average ranked fifth all-time at Duke for a single season ... racked up 76 saves, good enough for seventh-best for saves in a season, for a save percentage of 80 ... four of her shutouts came against ACC squads Ė Boston College, Maryland, Miami and N.C. State ... did not allow a goal in 220 minutes during NCAA Tournament games against Tennessee and Louisville ... led Duke to a 3-0 shutout win at 13th-ranked Yale ... totaled a career-best 11 saves against Tennessee in the NCAA Tournament.
Sophomore (2005): Selected to Soccer Buzz & NSCAA All-Southeast Region second team and named Duke/adidas Classic Defensive MVP ... played in all 21 matches for the Blue Devils, starting 20 ... delivered nine shutouts on the season ... her 0.59 goals against average was a new school record... tallied 45 saves for a save percentage of 78.9 ... collected five shutouts against ACC squads- Miami, N.C. State, Virginia Tech, Maryland and Wake Forest.
Freshman (2004): Earned All-ACC Freshman team accolades ... selected to Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region All-Freshman squad ... started 19 games for Duke at goalkeeper ... owned a 1.19 goals against average, which ranks sixth-best for a season in the Duke record books ... delivered eight shutouts on the season, fourth-best in Blue Devil history ... notched 516.34 straight minutes and six straight matches without allowing a goal ... tallied 53 saves for a save percentage of 70.7 ... played every minute of Duke’s overtime games against Tennessee and Maryland ... earned Outrigger Soccer Classic All-Tournament accolades in her home state of Hawaii ... bookended the season with seven saves in matches against Tennessee and UCLA.
Prep: 2004 Honolulu Advertiser State Player of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year ... member of 2004 McDonald’s All-America team ... a 2003 NSCAA All-America ... a four-year starter at Punahou School ... 2003 & 2001 All-State ... two-time All-Conference selection ... led her high school team to 44-3-7 record over four years ... as a senior, led Punahou to a 13-0 record and the state championship ... did not allow a goal in the 13 contests ... won the state championship as a junior with a 12-0-1 record ... finished third in the state championship with a 9-2-2 record as a sophomore ... Olympic Development Region Team and National Poll participant from 2000-2003 ... 2003 Junior Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... as a freshman, led Punahou to a 10-1-4 record and finished fifth in the state championship ... ILH champions from 2001-04 ... played on the club team HSC Bulls ... the HSC Bulls Player of the Year in 2000 ... 1999-2003 HSC Bulls State Champions ... HSC Bulls regional semifinalist and Surf Cup semifinalist in 2002 & 2003.
Personal: Allison Shelby Lipsher was born on January 24, 1986, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... daughter of Julian and the late Shore Hodge Lipsher ... majored in history, while also obtaining a markets & management certificate.