1 Allie Zajaros
1 Allie Zajaros
Height: 5-11
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bay Village, Ohio
High School: Bay Village
Position: D/G

Coach Falor's Comments: "For 2005, we have given Allie the assignment of playing on the field, as we need her to be an impact player for us on the back line. We expect her to help us possess in our build-up, penetrate down the flank during the attack, serve in crosses and be a fierce defensive presence. We know that her high level of fitness and strength will allow her to be dominant in the back for years to come."

2004: Started 11 of the 12 games that she played in before having season end early because of injuries...started eight matches in goal and three as a defender...ranked fourth in the Horizon League with 81 saes (7.36 spg)...made a school-record 18 saves vs. Bowling Green (10/1), the second-highest match total in Horizon League history...recorded 13 saves in a 1-0 loss to Duquesne (9/5)...missed six matches late in the year after suffering a knee injury in the final minutes against Bowling Green...returned for the Oct. 29 match at UW-Green Bay, only to reinjure the knee in the 60th minute and casuing her to miss the last two matches...earned first letter.

High School: Four-time all-county choice at Bay High, playing for coach Beth Gavin. . . four-year starter in goal for the Rockets, helping team to a 71-15-10 record and winning state titles as a junior and senior. . . played on teams that won three league, four district and a pair of regional titles. . . owns a career 0.59 goals against average with a 92% save percentage. . . named to the all-area team as a junior by the Lorain Morning Journal after setting a state record with 18 shutouts. . . played club soccer for the Mentor Impact, which is coached by former CSU All-American Ali Kazemaini.

Personal: Born Feb. 21, 1986 in Vermilion, Ohio. . . daughter of Jack and Connie Zajaros. . . has one older brother and two younger sisters. . . active in the treble choir and Younglife in high school and volunteered time coaching youth soccer. . . interested in majoring in sports psychology.