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RiseMag.com > News > Gatorade Player of the Year > Girls' Soccer > SOUTH CAROLINA - KIRA CAMPBELL
SOUTH CAROLINA - KIRA CAMPBELLRiseMag.com > News > Gatorade Player of the Year > Girls' Soccer > SOUTH CAROLINA - KIRA CAMPBELLSOUTH CAROLINA - KIRA CAMPBELL SOUTH CAROLINA - KIRA CAMPBELLIn its third decade of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, Gatorade joined with RISE Magazine to name senior midfielder KIRA CAMPBELL of LEXINGTON HIGH as its 2007-08 South Carolina Girls' Soccer Player of the Year.The state's returning Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year, Campbell scored 11 goals and passed for 16 assists this season, leading the Wildcats to a 21-3 record and the Class 4A Upper State postseason tournament round of 16, where they fell to Maudlin, 2-1.A two-time First Team All-State pick, Campbell recorded 48 goals and 51 assists in her career.Also an All-American selection by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, she is a member of the United States Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program Region III player pool.Campbell has maintained a 4.84 GPA in the classroom.A member of the school's French Club, she volunteers as part of multiple community-service initiatives on behalf of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in addition to donating her time to Health Occupations Students of America, a student organization promoting career opportunities in healthcare and enhancing the delivery of quality healthcare.Campbell has received both the Palmetto Fellows Scholarship from the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and Carolina Elite Soccer Academy's Brittany Corgan Memorial Scholarship.Campbell has signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at the University of South Carolina this fall.
RiseMag.com > News > 2006 POY > South Carolina POY - Kira Campbell
South Carolina POY - Kira CampbellRiseMag.com > News > 2006 POY > South Carolina POY - Kira CampbellSouth Carolina POY - Kira Campbell South Carolina POY - Kira CampbellSOUTH CAROLINA , KIRA CAMPBELL RISE selects Lexington High School standout as Gatorade South Carolina Girls' Soccer Player of the Year In its third decade of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, Gatorade joined with RISE Magazine to name junior midfielder KIRA CAMPBELL of LEXINGTON HIGH as its 2006-07 South Carolina Girls' Soccer Player of the Year. Campbell had 13 goals and nine assists at the time of her selection for a Wildcats' squad that owned a 20-3-3 record entering the quarterfinals of the state association postseason tournament.As a sophomore in 2006, the 5-foot-8, 130-pound Campbell led Lexington to the state final, contributing fifteen goals and seven assists on the season.Already named the Region IV-4A 2007 Player of the Year, Campbell was a First Team All-State selection by the South Carolina High School Soccer Coaches Association and the High School Sports Report in 2006.She was a member of the SCSoccer.com Super 22 Team last year in addition to earning The State's Class 4A Player of the Year honors. Campbell has never received a grade lower than an A and has maintained a 4.83 weighted GPA in the classroom.A Furman Scholar and a South Carolina Junior Scholar, Campbell is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Health Occupation Students of America, a student organization dedicated to promoting career opportunities in health care and enhancing the delivery of quality health care. Campbell will begin her senior year of high school this fall and remains undecided upon a collegiate destination in 2008, though she intends to matriculate as a scholarship student-athlete in the sport of soccer.
CESA Players Make an Impact at the College Level (Updated 11/10/2010) - Carolina Elite Soccer Academy
Kira Campbell ( University of South Carolina) scored the winning goal as the Gamecocks defeated the University of Mississippi 3-0 in a match broadcast on Fox Soccer Channel.
University of Kentucky Freshman Ellis Vienne ( CESA 91 Boys Premier) scored his second goal of the season as the Wildcats defeated the University of Evansville 2-1 in overtime. Vienne also scored in the previous game as his header from a last minute corner pushed the Kentucky-Michigan game into overtime. Ellis is starting as a central midfielder for the Wildcats. Sarah Jacobs, Morgan Hert and Nicole Cucchi ( Clemson University), Brooke Lisson ( High Point University), Catie Moore ( Furman University) and Kira Campbell, Rae Wilson, Maggie Blackwell ( University of South Carolina).
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Lexington native Kira Campbell has decided to continue her playing career with the University of South Carolina women's soccer program.Campbell was a 2007 NSCAA High School All-American last season as a junior at Lexington HS. "Kira is a wonderful talent from the state of South Carolina," South Carolina head coach Shelley Smith said."We are happy to have Kira at USC to represent our program as well as her home state of South Carolina.She has proven herself in the classroom and on the field, and I look forward to seeing all she can achieve in the next four years and beyond." Campbell was the 2007 South Carolina Player of the Year at defender after leading the Wildcats to a 22-4-3 record and a berth in the state finals.She is a two-time All-State selection (2006-07) and was named Class 4A Player of the Year last season.A three-time All- Area and All-Region selection, Campbell was twice named MVP in both from 2006-07.She was an SCSoccer.com Super 22 selection and played for the six-time state champion CESA club team. Campbell was a member of the National Honor Society and is a Palmetto Fellows Scholarship recipient.She will join the Gamecocks in 2008 with academic scholarship assistance. "Coach Jamie Smith has truly enjoyed working with Kira through the ODP program, and we are excited to be able to coach her at the college level," Smith said."Kira brings versatility as well to the field and will most likely play an attacking role." South Carolina is coming off one of the best season's in program history, finishing 14-6-3 and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in school history.
Kira Campbell, Sophomore, Lexington