Parrissa Eyorokon
Parrissa  Eyorokon


West Chester, Ohio

High School:
Lakota East






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2006: Academic All-Big Ten ... All-Big Ten First Team selection at forward ... shared Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors with Michigan's Katie Miller on Oct. 16 for scoring the game-winning goal vs. Northwestern and one of four goals in Purdue's 4-0 win over Wisconsin ... named to the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week for Sept. 12 after scoring both goals in 1-0 wins at Oklahoma and New Mexico ... selected to the Soccer Buzz and NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region second team at forward ... led Purdue with 20 points, becoming only the fifth player in program history to eclipse the 20-point threshold ... also led Boilermakers 30 shots on goal ... tied Jessica Okoroafo for team lead in goals with eight and tied teammate Sylvia Forbes with 62 shots ... led Big Ten with five game-winning goals through regular season ... established personal season bests in virtually all statistical categories: eight goals, 20 points, 62 shots, 30 shots on goal, 23 games played and 19 games started ... scored team's first goal of season in the 23rd minute of a 4-1 win over Western Kentucky ... registered four straight goals for the team in three-consecutive games, providing the lone goals in 1-0 wins over Oklahoma and New Mexico and both goals in a 2-0 home win over nationally ranked Utah ... two-goal game vs. the Utes was the first multi-goal match of her career ... was credited with the game-winning goals in a 1-0 win over Minnesota and a 2-1 victory vs. Northwestern ... provided back-to-back assists during 4-0 win against Texas Tech ... was the only Boilermaker this season to post a two-assist game, which was the first of her career ... is the 14th Boilermaker in program history to record a two-assist game ... served up game-tying assist to Sylvia Forbes with 14 seconds left in regulation vs. Toledo ... shared assist with Jill Sarbaugh as the two combined off a corner kick ... against Indiana, teamed with Shauna Stapleton off a corner kick to provide Jessica Okoroafo with the eventual game-winning goal.

2005: Academic All-Big Ten ... placed fifth on team with nine points off three goals and three assists ... scored in four-consecutive Big Ten games from Oct. 1 to 16 ... provided first of two assists to Jessica Okoroafo in 1-0 win over Michigan ... scored first goal of season in 4-2 win at Ohio State ... provided the game-winner in 1-0 victory at Wisconsin in 89th minute, putting back a Shauna Stapleton rebound ... came off bench to score goal in 2-1 win at Northwestern ... was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 17 for her heroics against the Badgers and Wildcats ... provided assists in victories over DePaul and Kansas.

2004: Team's offensive leader with four goals and assists, totaling 12 points ... led club with 37 shots and 20 shots on goal ... named to Big Ten Conference's all-freshman team at forward ... scored first career point on an assist to Lori Arnold in 2-1 win over Cincinnati ... registered first career goal against New Mexico, netting an Arnold shot that hit off the right post ... netted game-winner against Miami to give Purdue a 3-2 triumph ... provided an assist to Meghan Dybvig in 3-1 loss at No. 5 Penn State ... scored goal against Illinois all-conference goalkeeper Leisha Alcia in 2-1 loss at Champaign ... provided one of two game-winning assists, along with Arnold, to Rebecca Robison as she netted the deciding goal in 1-0 win over Indiana ... was credited with assist against Oakland after deflected shot was knocked in by Shauna Stapleton ... scored fourth and final goal at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, nailing a 30-foot blast off an Arnold assist.

High School: Graduated from Lakota East High School in 2004 ... school record holder with 65 goals and 50 assists ... scored 25 goals and 15 assists as a senior ... led team to Greater Miami Conference championships in 2000 and 2003 ... as a senior, was named All-American, first team All-Ohio and first team all-conference ... named GMC Athlete of the Year and all-city player of the year in 2003 ... three-time first team all conference selection ... two-time all-city selection.

Personal: Given name is Parrissa Amouahn-Etchi Eyorokon ... born Sept. 15, 1986 ... parents are Vincent and Mojdeh Eyorokon ... has an older sister, Natasha, and a younger brother, Vahid.


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