/fls/28500/site_graphics/2014/siteBackgrounds/home/background0.jpg
logo
Women's Soccer
CU Women's Soccer BIO
10
Alana Hockenhull
Player Profile:
Alana Hockenhull 2074459
Position: Forward
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Vero Beach, Fla.
High School: Vero Beach HS
Major: Accounting

In 2016 (Sophomore)

  • Played 15 games and started one
  • Logged 393 minutes
  • Had one assist

In 2015 (Freshman)

  • Played in 18 games and started three
  • Scored two goals on 12 shots
  • Scored first career goal in 1-0 win over Georgia
  • Logged 581 minutes

Before Clemson

  • Club team, Florida Kraze Krush, won US Club Soccer Florida Cup Championships in 2013 and 2014
  • USYSA Florida State Cup Champions in 2013
  • USYSA Region 3 Champions in 2013
  • USYSA National Championship Tournament in 2014
  • Member of the Florida ODP State “A” Team from 2010-2012
  • Leading scorer for Florida at Region II Camp from 2010-2012
  • Regional ODP Team Selection in 2012
  • Named MVP of the varsity soccer team at Vero Beach High School in 2011 and 2012
  • Set a Vero Beach HS record with 45 goals as a freshman and broke her own record in with 48 goals in 2012
  • Averaged more than two goals per game for her high school career
  • A Scripps Howard Treasure Coast Player of the Year in 2011 & 2012
  • Named FACA Region 9 Player of the Year in 2012
  • Runner up for FACA State Player of the Year in 2012
  • An NSCAA Region 3 Selection in 2012
  • Name NSCAA State Player of the Year (Florida) in 2013
  • Selected to the NSCAA All-American Team in 2012
  • Attended camp at the US Soccer National Training Center in 2013
  • An ECNL Southeast PDP Selection in 2013
  • An ECNL/ID2 National Camp selection in 2013
  • A four-year member of her high school’s Academic Honor Roll
  • Will graduate as an AP Scholar

Radwanski on Hockenhull:
“Alana has been one of the most consistent goal scorers in her age group nationwide, year after year. In a word, she is a finisher. But it’s her ability to provide for the players around her that really sets her apart. A versatile attacking player, she has excellent timing in her movement, and recognizes options for combination play early in possession. Her instincts in the final third of the field consistently lead to goal scoring chances, which is a priority in every team. I am very excited to work with Alana as she transitions into the college game. We believe she will flourish in our environment and the ACC.”

Women's Soccer Videos:
Women's Soccer Photos:
http://www.clemson.edu/
http://www.theacc.com
Copyright ©  2017, Clemson University. All rights reserved.