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Elizabeth Boldt
Elizabeth Boldt

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wauwatosa, Wis.

High School:
Wauwatosa East

Height:
5-10

Position:
Goalkeeper

Birthdate:
10/29/1975



2000: Academic All-Big Ten ... named Third Team NSCAA Scholar Athlete All-Central Region ... became Purdue?s starting goalkeeper after Jocelyn Cavalier suffered season-ending knee injury ... tallied 1,516:45 of 1,770:00 minutes in the goal for Purdue with a 12-5-1 record ... shut out rival Indiana 1-0 in Purdue?s first-ever defeat of the Hoosiers ... shut out DePaul in Purdue?s first-ever season-opening victory ... main stalwart of Purdue?s record-setting season for fewest goals allowed in program history ... recorded a season goals-against average of 0.89 with 15 goals allowed ... saved 85 percent of the shots against her for 88 saves on the season ... set both a single-season and Purdue career record with eight individual shutouts ... with her 2000 totals, owns the Purdue career GAA record at 1.12 ... second on Purdue record for most minutes played in both a single season and career.

1999: Played one game in goal for the Boilermakers.

1998: Saw action both at forward and in the goal ? recorded six saves against Ohio State in her first collegiate start at keeper ? made five saves in a reserve role as goalkeeper against Florida International ... in the field, saw reserve time in nine games, while recording one goal on eight shots for two points ... scored goal against Butler.

High School: Earned four letters each in soccer, volleyball and basketball ? named first-team all-state in soccer as a senior ? member of state championship soccer team in 1996 and 1997 ? played six years at Wisconsin state level of Olympic Development Program and one year in the sub-regional pool ... National Honor Society member.

Personal: Given name is Elizabeth A. Boldt ? born Oct. 29, 1979 ? health and fitness major ? parents are Jim Boldt and Karen Boldt ? has an older sister, Jamie, and a younger sister, Lindsey.