Addie Moppert
Addie  Moppert


Fort Wayne, Ind.

High School:





2006: Academic All-Big Ten ... played in four matches vs. Wisconsin, San Diego State, Texas Tech and Wisconsin ... primarily saw time as a substitute at the forward and midfield positions.

2005: Competed in 15 matches, coming in as a reserve at the forward and midfield positions ... established season highs with 12 shots and seven shots on goal ... .583 shot-on-goal percentage tied Kalie Grambeau for the team lead ... posted season-high two shots in matches against DePaul, Missouri and Nebraska ... played season-high 36 minutes in 5-1 win over the Michigan State Spartans.

2004: Played in 16 games, substituting at forward, midfield and defensive positions ... registered a season-high 32 minutes in 1-0 loss at Ohio State ... recorded a season-best three shots in 1-0 win over Wright State ... also posted multi-shot efforts against Iowa and at Indiana State ... posted shots on goal in games against Wright State, Indiana State and Illinois ... team was 7-9 in matches in which she appeared, averaging 1.13 goals per match.

High School: Graduated from Canterbury High School in 2004 ... received varsity letters in soccer all four years and captained the team for two ... twice named most valuable player ... received school's leadership award as a sophomore ... voted to the all-area team in 2001 and all-district team in 2002 and 2003 ... played club soccer for the Carmel Commotion in 2002 and 2003 ... helped lead the Commotion to a second place showing at 2003 National's ... played for the ODP state team from 1995-2002 ... received four varsity letters in basketball, starting at guard as a junior and senior ... captained basketball team to semi-state's her senior season ... played with the Fort Wayne Fever soccer club in the summer of 2004.

Personal: Given name is Adaline Ann Moppert ... born Oct. 12, 1985 ... daughter of Fletcher and Kim Moppert ... has one older brother, Fletcher Jr., and one older sister, Jennie ... sister, Jennie, played soccer at Purdue for four seasons (2000-2003) and was a volunteer assistant coach for the Boilermakers in 2005.


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