Yvonne Northover
Yvonne Northover


Calgary, Alberta

High School:
Lord Beaverbrook





2007:Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year ... First-Team All-Valley Selection ... Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region third team selection ... NSCAA Third-Team All-Great Lakes Region honoree ... only Redbird to start all 18 games ... led the team with 23 points and seven assists ... second on the team with 8 goals ... recorded a point in every Redbird win ... scored a team-best five-game winning goals ... tied the school record with seven assists ... named Brine Valley Offensive Player of the Week twice (10/15, 10/29) ... recorded back-to-back two-goal games against Northern Iowa (10/12) and Creighton (10/14).

2006: All-Valley honorable mention selection ... started all 18 games for the `Birds as a midfielder ... scored a goal in ISU's 3-0 victory over North Dakota State (10/20) ... AFNI Honor Roll selection.

2005: All-Valley First Team selection ... started all 19 games ... named Valley Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 17 ... tied for third on the team with four goals ... scored against Eastern Michigan (9/11), Missouri State (10/14), Evansville (10/16) and Eastern Illinois (10/27) ... three of those goals were game-winning (09/11, 10/16 and 10/27) ... added three assists for 11 points, fourth-most on the team.

2004: Played in only 13 games as she suffered an injury in the middle of the season ... recorded 13 shots while having to sit out every conference contest.

Prior to ISU: Team captain and MVP junior and senior seasons ... led the team in goals senior season ... her team finished first in the league and the city junior year ... sophomore season, her team was first in the city ... received the outstanding leadership award sophomore year ... throughout high school she played for the Edmonton Aviators, Saints Major League, Calgary S.W. United and the U-17 Alberta All-Star team.

Personal: Yvonne Northover ... born August 16, 1986 ... daughter of Tony and Janet Northover ... brother, Mark, played soccer for MT Royal College in Canada ... undeclared.