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  Kristin Boyce
Kristin Boyce

Hometown:
Austin, TX

High School:
Westwood

Height:
5-7

Position:
Team Manager

Experience:
2nd Year


Former Seminole great Kristin Boyce is one of the players credited with helping turnaround the Florida State program. In her four years at Florida State Boyce started 79 matches and appeared in over 80 games during her stellar career. Although her final season was cut in half due to an injury, the left back still received All-ACC first team honors from conference coaches. This year she returns to the bench as she will serve as team manager for the second season.

Only three players in Seminole history have started more games for Florida State than Boyce and she and teammate Amber Tollefson were the first two Seminoles to ever be a part of four NCAA Tournament squads. When Boyce committed to Florida State, the Tribe had never been to the NCAA Tournament. Since her arrival, FSU has played in a College Cup, three Sweet 16's and five consecutive NCAA Tournaments.

Boyce will go down in FSU history as one of the greatest defenders to ever wear the Garnet and Gold. She was a starter on four of the top five best statistical defenses in team history starting as the left back from 2000-2003. She made a team-high 66 consecutive starts before her career ending-injury.

As good as Boyce was defensively, no defender in Seminole history was a more potent offensive weapon. The Texas native still holds the career record at FSU for goals scored by a defender and she is third all-time for points by a defender. In each of her first three years she led all FSU defenders in scoring and she scored one of the biggest goals in team history. As a freshman it was her game-winning goal at 113:02 that gave FSU its first and only win ever against North Carolina. As a sophomore she set the school record for goals in a single season by an FSU defender with five including a goal versus Maryland in the 2001 ACC Championships. Even in her final game as a Seminole Boyce was making an impact on the offensive end. The last play of her career was a game-winning goal versus Clemson in South Carolina.

On top of her first team All-ACC selection in 2003, Boyce has been named all-region by Soccer Buzz on two occasions and by the NSCAA in 2003. She is also a three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

A former team captain, Boyce graduated with a degree in Sport Management. She is now pursuing her Master's Degree at FSU in Physical Education.

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