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Christina Tsaousis

  • position Goalkeeper
  • height 5-8
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Tarpon Springs, FL
  • High school East Lake
  • position Goalkeeper
  • height 5-8
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Tarpon Springs, FL
  • High school East Lake

Christina Tsaousis Bio

AS A SOPHOMORE (2023): Appeared in three games, making first collegiate appearance in front of the net against Jacksonville (Aug. 20)…played entire second half in 5-0 win against Coastal Carolina (Sept. 3)…recorded first career save and win in 2-0 shutout over Furman (Sept. 10)… Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll…

AS A FRESHMAN (2022): DNP

PRE COLLEGE: Selected for the U18 Women’s National Team Virtual Camp in 2021… Selected to attend the U.S. Soccer Youth National Team Regional Identification Center… From 2016-19 was invited to attend U.S. Soccer National Identification Centers… Named to the ECNL Southeast Conference Selection Program (2020)… Named to the U-17 ECNL Southeast All-Conference First Team and the U-15 ECNL Southeast All-Conference Team…

PERSONAL: Named to the Honor Roll and is a member of the National Junior Honors Society… Daughter of Tommy and Karyn Tsaousis…Has one brother, Yianni…Cousin Theo played football at Clemson in late-90’s…

Chose the University of South Carolina because: How family oriented and competitive the program is. Each time I would step on campus, I felt like I was home. The way that the coaches and players treated me just amplified that feeling even more. The program speaks for itself in regards to why I chose it. The environment that is created each day in training is very positive and competitive, and the players and coaches all hold each other to a high standard. The incredible support that women’s soccer receives at Stone Stadium proved to me that this program was highly competitive but also popular and loved within the community. I knew that South Carolina was going to be the best fit for me because it is a place that I can not only grow as a soccer player, but grow academically and personally.”