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Bio

2009: Had one shot on goal in 15th straight start at forward (Oct. 11) ... started and had a shot on goal at SDSU (Oct. 4) ... had a shot in start versus UNLV at Aztec Classic (Oct. 2) ... started and had one shot versus USF (Sept. 27) ... had five shots, including one on goal in 1-1 draw at Portland State (Sept. 22) ... tallied three shots, with one on goal versus Utah State (Sept. 20) ... had one shot on goal in start against Gonzaga (Sept. 17) ... led team with three shots, with two on goal at Oregon (Sept. 13) ... started at striker versus Oregon State (Sept. 11) ... started at forward and had a shot against Cal Poly (Sept. 4) ... tallied two shot in start versus Eastern Washington (Aug. 31) ... passed off the game-winning assist verus Utah Valley (Aug. 28) on Lauren Munechika's goal ... assist was third season gamewinning assist ... scored first goal of the season against the University of Washington off a Kassandra Riozzi (Aug. 26) ... made back-to-back game-winning assists versus Boise State (Aug. 21) and Idaho (Aug. 23) to lead SU to consecutive 1-0 shutouts.

2008: Coe started all 20 matches for the Redhawks, scoring 11 goals and two assists for 24 total points during the season. She had three game winning goals, Aug. 25 against Weber State, Sept. 26 against Fresno St., and Nov. 5 against Central Washington. Coe finished the season scoring in the final four matches and adding an assist against Bakersfield on Oct. 31. She was the team leader in points, goals, game winning goals, shots, and shots on goal.  

2007: Coe came off the bench in 12 matches during the season, earning two goals and an assist for five total points during her time on the field. Her goals came in the 3-0 win over Humboldt State on Aug. 23 and in the 4-0 victory at Montana State Billings on Oct. 6. She assisted on the final goal in SU's convincing victory over Cal State Stanislaus on Aug. 30.  

2006: Coe played in 17 matches for the Redhawks in 2006. Coe had two goals on the year coming in consecutive matches at CSU Stanislaus on October 17 and October 19 versus Northwest Nazarene.

Cedarcrest HS: Selected as the co-state of Washington most valuable player after her senior season, Coe had 50 career goals and 37 assists with the Red Wolf on her way to being named to the All-State first team in 2005. Coe was also honored by three different newspapers (Everett Herald, Seattle Times, Eastside Journal) as a All-Area Soccer selection in 2005. Coe received All-KingCo 3A first team and All-Cascade first team honors in 2004, along with All-Cascade second team honors in 2003. From 2003-05, Coe received Cedarcrest's team offensive most valuable player award.

Personal: Coe is a general science major. Born October 30, 1987, she is the daughter of Todd and Peggy Coe.

 

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