4 Mallory Herron
Mallory Herron

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Flower Mound, Texas

High School:
Flower Mound/USMAPS

Height:
5-6

Position:
M



Milestones: Two-year letterwinner ... competed in 29 of 39 games past two years.

2012: Drew duty in 13 of 18 games with starts in six as a midfielder ... fired 12 shots with season-high three, all on-goal, in Patriot League opener against Holy Cross ... competed in all seven Patriot League matches drawing starts in five - Holy Cross, Colgate, Bucknell, Lehigh and Navy ... eight of 12 shots were in league play.

2011: Played in 16 of 21 games ... drew three starts in the midfield ... earned first collegiate nod as a member of the starting lineup in the season opener against No. 13 Duke followed by Appalachian State and Central Connecticut State ... game-high six shots taken in home game versus Howard on Sept. 22 ... posted 12 shots on the season with four on goal ... on the field in five of last six games of the season to include final two postseason games ... competed in the championship game of the Patriot League Tournament in 2-0 win against Navy that clinched the title and automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in four years ...played against No. 13 Penn State at the NCAA Regionals as Army held the Nittany Lions scoreless until late in the game before suffering a 1-0 defeat.

High School: Starred four years at Flower Mound High ... two-time all-district selection ... honorable mention selection freshman year and picked for second-team honors sophomore season ... played nine years of club soccer ... served as team captain the first five years playing for Solar `92 ... last year was with Sting Royal `92.

Personal: Given name is Mallory Houston Herron ... parents' names are Patricia and Allen Herron ... sister Danielle played three years of soccer for the University of North Texas ... majoring in Systems Engineering.

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