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7   Viola Odebrecht
Viola Odebrecht

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Postdam, Germany

High School:
Potsdam School of Sports

Height:
5-7

Position:
Midfielder


2005: Soccer Buzz's first team All-American...Soccer Buzz's first team All-Region All-American ...2005 NSCAA All-Region first team....2005 All-Florida Team... The engine that drives the most successful offense in school history...finalist for Soccer Buzz's National Player of the Year award...joins Sel Kuralay as the first FSU players in school history to be nominated for that honor...named All-ACC first team...started every game but one in 2005...named to Top Drawer Soccer's National team of the week (10/4) and SoccerFLA.com's player of the week (10/4)...scored nine goals and recorded eight assists for a total of 26 points...scored either the game-winning goal or assisted on the game-winner in eight games this season...her five game-winning goals are the second-most on the team...five game-winners rank as the third-most ever in a single season at FSU...was on fire down the stretch recording at least one point in three of the last six games she played...had seven goals and four assists in her last 13 games...second among ACC players in game-winning goals...in the top 10 in the ACC for goals, goals per game, points, points per game and assists...in the top three for FSU in every offensive category...recorded the ninth hat trick in school history...scored three goals versus Virginia Tech recording just the second ever hat trick by an FSU player in an ACC game...eight of her nine goals came in games versus ACC or ranked teams...scored goals versus No. 18 USC, No. 23 Ole Miss, Virginia Tech, No. 18 Wake Forest, The Citadel and two times versus No. 23 Clemson. NCAA: Started all of FSU's NCAA matches and has played every minute of every match...tied for the team lead for assists in the tournament...assisted on India Trotter's goal versus FAU to put the Seminoles up 3-0.

GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM: Member of Germany's 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup Championship squad...appeared in one match in the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup... won the Bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics...started every game except for one with the German National team in Athens...played full 90:00 versus China in a tournament opening win and versus Nigeria in the quarterfinals...started against the United States in the semifinals and played 71:00...recorded another start in the bronze medal game as Germany defeated Sweden...member of the U-19 European Championship squad in 2002...third place finish U-19 WM in 2002...currently on call with the full national team...made her first appearance with the national team in 2003 versus Norway...last appeared with the German National squad in April of 2005 versus Canada...has been with the national team for 29 matches and played in 12...has one international goal and the German National team is 20-4-5 when she is on the roster...goal came in a 13-0 victory over Portugal in November of 2003...member o U-19 European Championship squad in 2001 and 2002...German Cup Champions in 2004 and 2005.

PERSONAL: Club team is FFC Turbine Potsdam...father builds A380's for Airbus and mother is a tutor.

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