The senior defender is one of 15 semifinalists in the running for college soccer's top award.
The senior defender is one of six Seminoles to earn All-ACC honors in 2013.
The junior midfielder scored the lone goal off a set piece in the 87th minute.
The Seminoles are one of seven programs to have multiple student-athletes on the watch list.
The junior has had a hand in 24 percent of Florida State's victories since she stepped on the pitch as a freshman in 2005 with three game-winning goals and six game-winning assists...five of Yamaguchi's nine game-winners have come versus ranked opponents.
2006 - Was named ACC Player of the Week and Soccer America National Player of the Week to begin the season...the only FSU player to be named Soccer America's National Player of the Week...named to the Soccer America Team of the Week and Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week (8/30)...a member of the All-ACC Tournament Team...CoSIDA Academic All-District Third Team...finished third on the team in points with 16 on six goals and four assists...played in all 26 games starting 25...also recorded 64 shots, 26 on goal, for a .406 shots-on-goal percentage...scored the biggest goal of her career in the season opener notching the game-winner versus Portland ending the defending champions 26-match unbeaten streak...scored the second goal for FSU in a 2-0 win over UCF...recorded her second career game-winning goal in ACC play and third overall, scoring in the 86th minute versus Virginia Tech...registered the equalizer versus Stetson just 15 seconds after the Hatters went in front...set up the game-winning goal for FSU versus Miami...set personal highs for points (3), shots (10) and shots on goal (5) in FSU's 3-0 win over Jacksonville...for the first time in her FSU career played in a game she did not start when she came off the bench on senior night versus Clemson...assisted on both of FSU's goals in the Seminoles quarterfinal victory over Duke in the ACC Tournament...tied an FSU record with two assists in an ACC Tournament game becoming the first player to perform such a feat since 2001...played every minute of the conference tournament...2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Scored her first-ever NCAA Tournament goal in the second round match versus California...goal came in the 27th minute to give FSU a 3-0 advantage...tallied 10 shots in five games including an NCAA Tournament-high four against Clemson.
2005 - Florida State's left midfielder started 24 of 25...Soccer Buzz's All-Region honorable mention...named to the All-ACC freshman team...2005 All-Florida Team...recorded double-digit points on the season as she scored two goals and assisted on eight others...her eight assists were tied for the second-most on the team and ranked fifth on the single season record list...led the squad with four game-winning assists, which was one away from tying the single season record at FSU...sixth for points scored...tied for third in game-winning goals...had one of her biggest games of the season at then-No. 7 Florida as she recorded two assists...the first brought FSU back from 1-0 down and the second was on the game-winning goal...scored her biggest goal of the year in double overtime against Duke...the golden goal was the 13th in team history...started all 10 ACC games for the Seminoles...recorded six points on two goals and two assists...every one of her goals and assists came in an FSU win...two goals were the third-most scored by an FSU player in 2005...had the fifth-most points on the team in ACC games...was tied for second in game-winning goals...third-most assists...third on the team in shots and second in shots on goal...recorded her first ever ACC points on goal versus NC State, which equalized a game FSU went on to win...recorded her first ACC assist in the win over Virginia Tech...picked up her first ever ACC game-winning assist in Florida State's 3-0 win over then-No. 8 Boston College...2005 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Started all five NCAA Tournament games...played 459 minutes in the five matches...recorded five shots two of which were on frame.
JAPANESE NATIONAL TEAM - Five-year member of the Tokyo National U-15 and U-18 Teams and U-19 Japanese National team player...member of the U-19 Japanese National Team that captured the Phillips Lightning Invitational Tournament held in Carson, Calif....Japan was the only undefeated team in the four-nation tournament as they recorded wins over China and the U.S. and a tie with the Netherlands...scored two of Japan's five goals in that tournament...recorded goals versus China and Holland...scored six goals versus Malaysia in the Asian Football Championships held in China in 2004.
CLUB - Member of Nippon Televition Beleza...one of the top club teams in Japan.
PERSONAL - Daughter of Koji Yamaguchi...major is sport management...2006 ACC Academic Honor Roll.