Erika Tymrak

Erika Tymrak

Position: Midfielder
5′ 5″
Born: August 7, 1991 in Detroit, Michigan
Hometown: Bradenton, Florida
University of Florida
Pronunciation: TIM-rak
Twitter: @eTYMrak

Jogos casino online, 2014 season with FC Kansas City: Played a key role for head coach Vlatko Andonovski’s team where she totaled 1540 minutes in 22 matches for the Blues recording four goals and four assists.

2013 Season with FC Kansas City: Played 21 games with 16 starts. 6 goals and 4 assists. NWSL Rookie of the Year and named to NWSL’s Second Best XI. Had her first professional goal and start against Portland in June.

U.S. Women’s National Team: Selected to her first senior U.S. National Team camp in August 2013…Earned her first cap and start on September 3, 2013 against Mexico…scored her first international goal on November 10 against Brazil…Part of U-23 U.S. team that won 2014 Six Nations Tournament in La Manga, Spain

College: 2012: NSCAA All-America first team … NSCAA All-South Region first team … Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Year and All-SEC first team selection…SEC Tournament MVP…Appeared in 22 matches with 21 starts…Florida’s leader in goals (9), assists (12) and points (30)…Tied for third on Gators’ career charts in assists (40), sixth in points (104) and eighth for goals (32)…SEC leader (all matches) in assists, second on game-winning goals, third in points and tied for sixth in goals …Twelve assists shares sixth in NCAA Division I … Second-team selection to’s National Team of the Season…Named NSCAA Player of the Week, SEC Offensive Player of Week and named to two national teams of week following golden goal at then No. 2 Duke…Picked up second SEC Offensive Player of the Week honor after hitting game-winning goal at LSU and assisting on game-winning goal at then No. 5 Texas A&M…Scored Florida’s first goal at Vanderbilt and tying goal versus New Mexico… Semifinalist for Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy and among candidates for Senior CLASS Award … 2011:NSCAA All-America second team selection … NSCAA All-South Region first team … All-SEC first-team selection … Led Florida with collegiate-highs for points (32) and goals (12) … Second in assists (8) …Third in final SEC standings for points, shared third in goals and shared sixth in assists … No. 15 on’s final top 100 upperclassmen list of 2011 … Hit tying goal and provided assist on game-winning goal versus Alabama in SEC Tournament semifinal … Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 5 after scoring a pair of goals and assisting on middle goal in 3-0 win versus Texas Tech … Named to College Soccer 360 Primetime Performers list on Oct. 10 for Auburn match … First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament team selection …2010: NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-South Region first team … All-SEC first team selection and SEC Tournament MVP … Second-team selection for National Teams of the Season … First in the SEC in assists (13) for all matches and shared sixth for league matches (4 assists) … In final 2010 NCAA rankings – No. T6 in assists (13) … Third among Gators in points (25) and fourth in goals (6) … Started all but one match and appeared in all 24, averaging 75.5 minutes per match … Scored both goals in 2-1 OT win versus then No. 21 Georgia for first double goal match of collegiate career … Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 18 after Tennessee-Georgia weekend … Scored UF’s first goals at Florida State and Kentucky … 2009:NSCAA All-South Region third-team selection … Named to Soccer America All-Freshman second-team … SEC All-Freshman team selection … Led UF with seven assists, third in points (17) and fifth in goals (5) … Tied for fifth in SEC for season assists … Tied for 12th nationally among freshmen for season assists … Second-team selection for Rookie Team of the Season.