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Misty Cordon
Misty  Cordon
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Antonio, TX

High School:
Roosevelt HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
Midfielder


2004
Was fifth on the team in points with four goals and two assists, finishing with 10 points for the season ... Scored game-winners in back-to-back games against Texas Woman’s and Drury ... Had three of her four total goals in first three games of the season ... Recorded eight points in first three games of the season ... Started off the season with a goal and assist against Houston ... Took 10 shots ... Started two games ... Played in 22 of 23 games.

2003
Started in 17 games for North Texas and notched two assists and two points ... Had 14 shots on the year and registered two shots on goal ... Had an assist against Arkansas State and South Alabama ... Played in 21 of the 22 games for North Texas last season.

2002
Saw action in all 20 games in 2001 and was in the starting lineup for 13 games as a true freshman ... Notched three assists on the year including two against Middle Tennessee ... Had a key assist in the semi-finals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament in the North Texas victory over South Alabama.

High School/Personal
Was a four-year letterwinner and starter with the varsity soccer team at Roosevelt High School in San Antonio ... Earned first-team all-district honors as a senior for the second straight year as well as being selected the to All-City Super Team ... Was a San Antonio Express News Player of the Year nominee after scoring 31 goals and getting 16 assists as a senior ... Scored 24 goals with 14 assists as a junior, earned all-district and all-city honors ... Earned second-team all-district recognition as a sophomore ... Named team’s best offensive player as a freshman ... Earned honorable mention all-district honors as a freshman ... Listed in Who’s Who in High School ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Also lettered in volleyball and track in high school ... Born October 6, 1983 ... Daughter of Cheryld Cordon.

North Texas Mean Green