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15   Camie Bybee
Camie Bybee

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oklahoma City, OK

High School:
Putnam City North

Height:
5-6

Position:
Midfielder


Bybee Bio in PDF

2003: Had another huge sea-son for the Semi-noles as a junior... finished second to consensus All-American Leah Gallegos in points, goals, game-winning goals, shots and shots on goal and tied for third in assists... registered double digit points for the third con-secutive season. She and fellow senior Jez Ratliff are only the second and third players ever to record double-digit points as a freshman, sophomore and a junior at FSU...surpassed her point, goal and assist totals from her sopho-more season as she set new personal highs for shots and shots on goal...came one game-win-ning goal shy of equaling a personal best in that category as well...named a member of the Nike Seminole Classic All-Tournament team...ranks in the top five for career points (3rd), game-winning goals (3rd), shots (3rd), goals (4th), starts (5th) and assists (5th) at Florida State...one of only four Seminoles to eclipse 20 goals in her career and one of only three players to record more than 60 points ...five of her six goals came in a key stretch as FSU went from 1-4 to 6-4 with a five game-winning streak during which she recorded game-winners versus Miami and Maryland... has started 70 of 73 career matches and ap-peared in every game since coming to FSU. (in the ACC) appeared in all seven ACC games and made six starts...was second on the team in goals and points and third in assists in con-ference action...in ACC matches Bybee ranks third all-time in goals, fifth in points and third in shots...had a huge ACC Championship as she played a key role in all three games...tied for the team lead in assists in the tourna-ment... her assist versus North Carolina in the championship match was one of the most impressive plays of her career. (in the NCAA) had the best NCAA Tournament of her career as she led FSU to its first College Cup...tied for the team lead with two goals and third on the squad with four points...also led the team in shots and was second on the squad in shots on goal...became the first player in Florida State history to recorded two goals in a single NCAA Tournament game versus Dartmouth...she is first all-time at FSU in NCAA Tournament goals, second in points and shots. (2003 Highlights) Bybee was instrumental in getting FSU's sea-son back on track after a 1-4 start as she re-corded at least one point in five of the next six games...after her first goal versus San Diego State, Bybee exploded for six points on two goals and two assists versus Miami. Those six points all came in the first half and set a new FSU record...her next goal was the game-win-ner against Maryland and it was the seventh of her career moving her into third place all-time at FSU in that category...recorded the first goal of her career against Virginia giving her 13 points over a six game stretch...recorded a game-winning assist in FSU's win over NC State...had another huge game versus a Florida school as she scored a goal and recorded two assists versus FAU...opened the ACC Tourna-ment with another game-winning assist ver-sus Wake Forest...her play versus Maryland in the semifinals was singled out by Terrapins coach Shannon Higgins-Cirovski when after the game she said the play of the Tribe's midfield was the difference...her assist versus Carolina in the ACC Championship put the Seminoles in front 2-1. It was the first time since 1994 any team had scored twice on the Heels in an ACC Championship final and the assist was a thing of beauty. Bybee saved a ball that was clearly headed out at the far post, sent it back over her head and into the middle of the box where it landed right on to the foot of Kelly Rowland...followed up the impressive ACC Championship run with the first-ever two goal game in NCAA Tournament his-tory for FSU as she scored twice in an opening round match with Dartmouth.

2002: Coming off a stellar freshman sea-son when she was named to the 2001 All-ACC Rookie team, Bybee continued to excel in 2002...one of just five Seminoles to start every game...fourth on the team in points, tied for fourth in goals, tied for third in game-winning goals, tied for third in assists, third in shots and third in shots on goal...recorded game-win-ning goals in two of Florida State's first three wins...led all sophomores in goals, assists and points over the last two seasons...recorded back-to-back goals for the fifth time in her ca-reer and recorded at least one point in three straight games for the third time in her career. (in the ACC) appeared in every ACC game and was one of just five Seminoles to start all seven games versus ACC opponents...tied for third on the team in assists, fourth in shots and fifth in shots on goal. (in the NCAA) started every NCAA Tournament game since her fresh-man year in 2001...both of her NCAA Tourna-ment goals have come in games versus Auburn...scored the first goal of the game ver-sus the Tigers as FSU advanced to the round of 16 for the second time in three years. (2002 Highlights) opened 2002 with a strong per-formance in the second game of the year ver-sus Oregon where Bybee scored the fourth game-winner of her career...in a scoreless game versus Virginia Tech, Bybee scored her second game-winner in the 21st-minute of the game...(vs. Charlotte) scored goals in back-to- back games for the fifth time in her career in the Tribe's next contest against an unde-feated Charlotte team...(vs. Clemson) re-corded a point in her third straight game in FSU's next match, a key ACC win versus Clemson. Had the game-winning assist on Leah Gallegos' golden goal...brought FSU back within one goal of Maryland in the ACC Tour-nament when she narrowed the score to 3- 2...in second round NCAA game versus Au-burn, Bybee put FSU up 1-0 with her second NCAA Tournament goal versus the Tigers. 2001: One of the top freshmen in Florida State history, Bybee was the Seminoles' most potent offensive threat behind the ACC's top goal scorer Cindy Schofield...threatened every rookie record set in 2000 by FSU's first-ever All-Ameri-can Emma Breland...named a second team fresh-man All-American and All-Southeast Region Fresh-man team member by SoccerBuzz...named to the All-ACC Rookie Team, to the Soccer America Team of the Week and SoccerBuzz Elite Team of the Week...appeared in every game in 2001 and made 22 starts...posted 27 points on 10 goals and seven assists...recorded three game-winning goals all against 2001 NCAA Tournament teams... finished the season in the top three of every of-fensive category...was second on the team in goals, game-winning goals and points, third in assists, shots on goal, shots and shot percentage ...broke FSU's freshman record for assists and was second in shots, points, game-winning goals and goals scored...also established single season records with the fourth most goals, points and shots on goal and fifth-most game-winning goals in a season. After just one season, Bybee already appeared on almost every career leaders list at Florida State...(in the ACC) was fifth in the ACC for points, eighth for scoring average and scored the fourth-most goals of any ACC player...during conference play, Bybee was second on the team in assists and third in goals and points...in all games versus ACC teams, she was second in goals scored and third in points and assists. (2001 Highlights) recorded a goal in three straight games versus National Champion Santa Clara, Sweet 16 par-ticipant Clemson and NCAA Tournament team Kansas...(vs. Clemson) helped FSU tie the game on two occasions as she scored a goal and re-corded an assist against the No. 7 Tigers in FSU's first-ever conference-opening victory...(vs. Kan-sas) netted the first game-winning goal of her career against NCAA Tournament team Kansas in a 4-1 win...(vs. NC State) played a key role in FSU's overtime win with an assist that helped move the Tribe to 2-0 in the ACC for the first time in school history...named to the SoccerBuzz Elite Team of the Week and Soccer America Team of the Week after her performance in wins against Clemson, NC State and Kansas...(vs. UCF) posted her second three-point performance of the sea-son in a 5-0 win with another goal and assist... recorded seven points in a four game span against Duke, FIU, UCF and North Carolina scoring three goals and recording one assist...(vs. Duke) her 60th-minute goal evened the game after FSU fell behind 2-0...(vs. Virginia) her assist in the 11th-minute put FSU in front of No. 8 Virginia 2-1... helped FSU lock up its best regular season record ever and first-ever ACC Tournament victory by scoring three goals and recording another assist versus Jacksonville and Maryland...(vs. Maryland) netted her eighth and ninth goals of the season in FSU's first-ever ACC Tournament win, a 7-2 victory over the No. 21 Terps...her two goals ver-sus the Terps represented the first multi-goal game of her career...(vs. Auburn) recorded her third game-winning goal of the season in the opening round of the 2001 NCAA Tournament.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2001 Gatorade Player of the Year in Oklahoma...first team all-district, all-conference and all-city for four years...leading goal scorer in the state of Oklahoma in 2000 and 2001...tied the state record with 38 goals as a senior...second leading goal scorer (29) and num-ber two in assists (13) in the state of Oklahoma in 1999...Daily Oklahoman runner-up Player of the Year for 2000 and 2001...Putnam County News Offensive Player of the Year in 1999, 2000 and 2001...2001 team captain, four year letterwinner and starter at Putnam City North...Parade All-American 2000...2000 adidas ESP Select Player ...holds the career record for goals (109) and as-sists (39) at Putnam City North...also set the record for goals in a season (38) and goals in a single game (8) at Putnam City North.

ODP EXPERIENCE: 1999/2000 U-17 Na-tional team pool...1996/1997 U-14 National team pool...four year starter on Region III team...toured Europe with Region III team in 2000...ODP state select team from 1996- 2000...attended national camps in California, New Hampshire, Arizona, Rhode Island and Florida.

CLUB: State champions 1995 and 2000 with Royals `82...runner-up state champions in 1996, 1997 and 1998...Superclub Re-gional Champions in 1998...Plano Labor Day Invitational runner-up 1998, 1999 and 2000 ...team captain for five years...2000 W-2 player of the week Oklahoma Outrage ...2000 W-2 All-Tournament team at W-2 National Championships with Oklahoma Outrage.

ACADEMIC: 2001-2002 ACC Academic Honor Roll...major is sports management.

Year
MP/MS
Shots
Goals
Assists
Points
GWG
GWA
2001 24/22 49 10 7 27 3 2
2002 23/23 39 5 5 15 2 0
2003 26/25 73 8 6 22 2 0
Totals
73/70
161
23
28
64
7
2
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