2003: Academic All-District V second team selection ... established season-bests in all major offensive categories ... became the third member of the Boilermakers’ 20-goal club, joining Annette Kent and Lauren Sesselmann, with score against DePaul (11/14) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... scored goal No. 20 off a corner kick taken by Jayme-Lee Biamonte ... recorded a career-high eight shots in 2-1 win over Blue Demons, five of which were on goal ... came off bench during Western Michigan game (11/16) to knock in Purdue’s second game-tying goal of the match ... was assisted on the score by Kent in the 76th minute ... had not missed one start all season prior to NCAA second-round match against the Broncos ... kicked in the game-winning goal in Purdue’s 1-0 win over Indiana (11/6) at the Big Ten Tournament ... was assisted by Kent ... scored sixth goal of the year on an assist from Kim Comisar in Purdue’s 2-1 win at Indiana (10/24) ... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week for 9/22, after scoring goals in games against Minnesota (9/19) and Wisconsin (9/21) ... goal against Wisconsin served as the game-winner in a 1-0 match ... knocked in insurance goal at Minnesota, giving Purdue a 2-0 win ... provided two assists against Evansville (9/14) ... both assists were secondary assists ... fed ball to Comisar, who then assisted on a Kent goal ... second assist was given to Sesselmann, who set up a Jennie Moppert header ... became first player in Purdue soccer history to record a hat trick during Sept. 7 match with Arkansas ... accomplished this feat in the program’s 101st match ... first goal was a header taken from inside the box off a cross from Kent at 11:02 ... second goal came at 15:00 on a ground cross from Moppert ... third and final goal was off an assist by Kent inside the box ... was second multi-goal game of career ... knocked in two goal at Portland State on 9/9/01 ... hat trick helped her selection to the Nike/Missouri Tiger all-tournament team as a starting forward ... provided a game-tying assist to Krystal Pepper in the 52nd minute of the Eastern Michigan match (8/31) ... assisted on a Kent goal in Purdue’s 3-0 win over Marshall (8/30) ... scored goal in 4-1 preseason win over Butler at IPFW Soccer Showcase (8/22).
2002: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... received playing time in 16 matches, all as a reserve ... scored the Boilermakers’ lone goal vs. Notre Dame in the second round of the NCAA Championships ... recorded four shots on Eastern Illinois’ defense in Purdue’s 2-1 win over the Panthers ... scored three points against Buffalo ... assisted on Chrissy Creamer’s goal vs. the Bulls, and later scored on an assist from Arin Yarc ... missed six matches after suffering a skull fracture against Wisconsin.
2001: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... saw time in 19 games, starting 15 ... spent 895 minutes on the field ... third leading scorer with five goals and two assists for 12 points ... took 37 shots with 24 on goal ... Boilermaker Challenge Cup All-Tournament team pick for the second year in a row ... first goal of the year came against SMU in the Boilermakers’ 2-1 loss in the Challenge Cup championship game ... scored four points with two goals in a single game at Portland State on Sept. 9 in the Boilermakers’ 3-1 victory ... scored in back-to-back games with her second goal of the season at Oregon State on Sept. 7 in the 80th minute ... final goal of the season came as the game-winner at Central Michigan on Nov. 2 in the 11th minute ... her two assists came at Northwestern and vs. Butler ... recorded a season-high five shots with four on goal at Central Michigan.
2000: Saw time in all 19 games, starting 11 ... scored five goals on 22 shots, including two game-winners, while recording two assists ... ranked third on the team with 12 points ... selected to the 2000 Boilermaker Challenge Cup All-Tournament team ... scored first collegiate goal in front of a hometown crowd against Missouri on Aug. 27 ... collected first collegiate assist on Annette Kent’s goal against DePaul on Aug. 25 ... added goals at Valparaiso, Nebraska, No. 7 Penn State and against Northwestern.
High School: Four-time all-conference selection ... also earned three varsity letters and garnered all-district honors as a sophomore and junior on the softball team ... member of the Region II Olympic Development Team ... played club for the J.B. Marine Soccer Club, where her teammates included current Boilermakers Jessica Baumhoff and Kelli Merritt ... won eight straight state championships with J.B. Marine, along with three regional titles in 1993, 1995 and 1998 ... member of the J.B. Marine team that captured the U-23 national championship, while her U-18 team finished second at Nationals.
Personal: Given name is Courtney Lynn Coppedge ... born Dec. 31, 1981 ... majoring in communication ... parents are Kevin and Lois Coppedge ... has an older sister, Kendel, and a younger sister, Kim.
Coppedge’s Career Statistics
Year GP-GS G Ast. Sh. SOG Pts.
2000 19-11 5 2 22 13 12
2001 19-15 5 2 37 24 12
2002 16-0 2 1 15 7 5
2003 23-22 9 4 45 25 22
Career 77-48 21 9 119 69 51