All Americans

Parrissa Eyorokon 
Parrissa Eyorokon #11 - Forward - West Chester, Ohio - Lakota East HS

Parrissa Eyorokon was selected as an All-American following the 2007 season in which she totaled 30 points on 12 goals and six assists. Eyorokon's finest performance came against Indiana, as she scored two goals and added two assists in a 7-0 victory. Her six points tied a school record and made her the first Boilermaker to collect 30 points in a season. Eyorokon was honored with the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year award and was named to the All-Big Ten first team. Eyorokon scored seven goals in conference play, but did not get a chance to participate in the entire postseason after suffering an injury in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. Her teammates rallied to claim the school's first conference tournament title.

 

 

Annette Kent 
Annette Kent #8 - Forward - Evanston, Ill. - Evanston Township HS

Annette Kent was tabbed to the NSCAA's second team in 2003. Kent scored nine goals and provided a then-school-record 10 assists as the Boilermakers finished with a 14-6-3 record and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Purdue also finished second in the Big Ten with a 6-2-2 record that included Purdue's first win against Penn State, a game in which Kent scored the game-winning goal in Purdue's 3-1 victory. Kent also was awarded a spot on the All-Big Ten first team and earned CoSIDA Academic All-District V. Kent left Purdue holding career records in goals (31), assists (19), points (81) and shots (250). Those records have all been eclipsed, but she still holds school records for shots in a game (11) and in a season (76). She also is Purdue's all-time leader with nine game-winning assists.

 

Kira Bilecky #14 - Defender - Washington, D.C. - Woodrow Wilson HS

 Kira Bilecky
Kira Bilecky became Purdue's first All-American on defense when she was named to the NSCAA's third team following the 2007 season. Thanks to a defensive line that featured Bilecky at center back, Purdue boasted one of the nation's most imposing defenses. The Boilermakers allowed an average of 8.2 shots and 0.48 goals per match through 25 contests and set a season record with 14 shutouts. On offense, Bilecky totaled five points on two goals and one assist. She scored a goal during Purdue's debut on the Big Ten Network against Xavier and added another during the Big Ten Tournament final against Ohio State. Bilecky later served up an assist in Purdue's 4-0 win over Oakland during the first round of the NCAA Tournament. She left Purdue with 83 starts, which at the time was the most in school history.