19 Errin Helbling
Errin Helbling

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wayne, Pa.

High School:
Merion Mercy Academy

Height:
5-10

Position:
F

Club:
US Club Soccer



02/03/2012

Seven Tabbed For PL Academic Honors

Five Are Two-Time Selections

11/11/2011

Women's Soccer Edged 1-0 By #13 Penn State

Nittany Lions Held Scoreless for 86 Minutes

11/11/2011

Women's Soccer Takes On Penn State Today

Second NCAA Appearance for the Black Knights

11/09/2011

Women's Soccer Opens NCAA Tournament Play Friday

Army's Second Appearance in Four Years

11/07/2011

Army Draws No. 11 Penn State In First Round Of NCAA Tournament

Black Knights to Play No. 4 Seed Nittany Lions Friday Night

11/04/2011

The 10th edition of Black Knights Weekly.

On this week's show Rick Johnston talks with sprint football head coach LTC Mark West. There is also a feature on Kim An and Errin Helbling and a sights and sounds piece from the football game against Fordham.

10/08/2011

Highlights and reaction after the women's soccer match between Army and Colgate.

Highlights and reaction after the women's soccer match between Army and Colgate.

Milestones: Named MVP and member of All-Tournament Team at 2010 Black Knight Classic... performance earned Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors ... selected for Patriot League offensive honors first week in November ... named to Patriot League academic honor roll ... two-year letterwinner.

2010: Drew duty in 18 of 21 games with 12 starts ... closed out season ranked second on the team in goals (three) and scoring (seven) along with notching a pair of game winners ... garnered Patriot League weekly honors after lifting Army with late goal to 1-0 win over Holy Cross that clinched tournament host and top seed ... certificate was Army's 13th and first offensive selection ... recorded goal and assist in 3-0 win over Marist in opening round of the Black Knight Classic ... notched the game winner in the first half, then assisted on the first of two second-half insurance tallies ... named to the all-tournament team and chosen MVP ... second time Army won its own tournament in six times hosting the event ... first goal of season provided insurance marker in 3-0 home-opening win over Quinnipiac ... recorded a career-high 27 shots with 13 on goal to include game-high three four times.

2009: Did not compete.

2008: Appeared in 16 of 21 games after being sidelined by an ankle injury the first five games of the season ... drew first career appearance against host Air Force at the Falcon Invitational in early September ... fixture in the lineup rest of the season ... first collegiate goal proved to be game winner in 3-0 regional defeat of Central Connecticut State ... the Blue Devils, ranked No. 8 in the Northeast, came into the game on the heels of a 2-1 upset win over No. 11 Connecticut ... opened the scoring with just over six minutes remaining in the first half ... after beating the goalkeeper to a pass, booted the ball into the left corner of open net ... among talented group of freshmen to draw playing time in all three postseason games to include the Black Knights' first trip to the NCAA Tournament after capturing the Patriot League Championship ... eight of 15 shots were on goal.

High School: Closed out career as leading scorer at Merion Mercy Academy ... twice served as team captain ... school's MVP ... named to the Main Line Times all-star team along with earning ACA (Athletic Association of Catholic Academies) all-star honors junior and senior years ... club's scoring leader as well ... guided team (US Club Soccer) to the Region One title, and was a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program ... three-sport athlete who also lettered in swimming and diving, along with track and field en route to earning 15 varsity letters.

Personal: Given name is Erringer Austin Helbling ... parents' names are Phil and Karen Helbling ... mother played volleyball for Fordham ... father, a 1985 USMA graduate, played baseball ... he retired as a major from the U.S. Army ... majoring in Mathematics.

COACH'S COMMENTS: "We are hopeful that Errin will have her best season to date for her final season. She has size and speed and has one of the hardest shots on the team. She is also pretty good in the air. Prior to her injury last season, she was the team's most dangerous attacking player. We are focused on keeping her healthy so that she can have a great year."

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