16   Holly Peltzer
Holly Peltzer


Lake Mary, Fla.

High School:
Lake Mary




Brynjarsdottir Honored Nationally

The junior midfielder registered her first career multi-goal game on the road at Florida.


No. 3 FSU Blanks No. 8 Florida In Gainesville

The Seminoles register their largest margin of victory over the Gators in the series following their 3-0 shutout Friday night.

  • 2006 media guide bio in PDF Format

    2006 - Played as both a wide midfielder and forward...appeared in 19 games, starting four including the first three games of the season...had half as many starts in the first three games as she did in 23 games of the 2005 season...tallied eight shots and registered one point on an assist...tallied a season-high 90 minutes of action in FSU's season opener against Portland...missed the Florida and UCF games due to an ankle injury suffered versus Loyola (MD)...returned versus Florida Atlantic in a substitute role...was credited with an assist, the game-winner, on a goal by Mami Yamaguchi in FSU's 2-1 victory over Virginia Tech...her touch pass to Yamaguchi set up the game-winner with just over four minutes remaining...made her fourth start of the season in the ACC Tournament semifinal match versus Wake Forest and played 60 minutes...also saw action in the championship final versus North Carolina...2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Appeared in FSU's first three games of the postseason...took a season-high three shots in the Seminoles' first round victory over Jacksonville.

    2005 - Had a breakout second season...after playing in 13 games and not making a start in 2004, Peltzer appeared in 23 matches and made six starts...the only Seminole named to the 2005 All-ACC Tournament Team after scoring twice versus Clemson...named a third team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District selection...came into the season with no goals and just one assist but posted 16 points on seven goals and two assists as a sophomore...burst on to the scene on live TV in FSU's 4-2 win over then-No. 7 Florida...came off the bench in a 2-2 game and scored two goals to boost FSU to a 4-2 win over the Gators...the goals were not only the first goals of her career but the first was her first-ever game-winning goal...became just the second FSU player ever to score twice in a game or in a career versus the Gators - the first was Sel Kuralay who did it in the first half of that match...named ACC Player of the Week, Top Drawer Soccer National player of the week, SoccerFLA.com Player of the Week and to Soccer America's National Team of the Week after her performance versus UF...finished fourth in points and goals and tied for fourth in game-winning goals...played in every single conference match and started four games in 2005...five points on two goals and an assist in conference action...goals came against Boston College and Miami with the assist coming against Virginia Tech...sixth-most points, third-most goals and in the top six for shots in ACC play...logged the second-most minutes by a front runner trailing only Sel Kuralay...2005 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Appeared in four NCAA Tournament games playing 144 minutes...scored the first NCAA postseason goal of her career versus FAU...the goal was the third she scored in Gainesville in 2005.

    2004 - One of FSU's top freshmen in 2004...saw action in 13 of the Seminoles' games...led all freshman with seven shots...tied for the freshman lead with three shots on goal...one of just three FSU freshmen to record a point in 2004...first career point came on an assist against Jacksonville in a 5-0 FSU win...appeared in five of nine ACC games...saw action versus North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech and Miami...recorded two shots in conference play...appeared in the first ACC Tournament game of her career in the quarterfinals versus Clemson...2004 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Made the first NCAA Tournament appearance of her career versus Boston College...recorded one of FSU's 10 shots in the game.

    ODP - ODP Southeastern Regional Camp 2000 and 2003...ODP State Team 1999, 2000, 2002 and 2003.

    CLUB - CSA All-Stars...National SuperClubs Champions July 2003...Orange Classic MVP and Champions (2002)...Orange Classic Champions (2003)... Champions-Countryside International-Apr. 2003, 2002...USYSA Region III Premier League team.... State Cup Final Four 2000 and 2001...WAGS Quarterfinalist 2000...State Cup Finalist 1999 and 2000...team captain 2000-2002.

    HIGH SCHOOL - 2004 6A all-state first team...2004 Seminole all-county...all-Central Florida first team...2004 Offensive MVP...2003 High School State semifinalist (Lake Mary)...2003 4A conference, district and regional champions...2002 High School state champions (Lake Mary)...2003 Michelle Akers All-Tournament team...champions of the 2002 Michelle Akers Classic...district champions 2001...2001 state quarterfinalist.

    ACADEMIC - Honor Roll...Alzheimer's Respite Care Volunteer.

    PERSONAL - Daughter of Michael and Barbara Peltzer...major is exercise science...named ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District third team in 2005...a member of the 2005-2006 Dean's List...ACC Academic Honor Roll.


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