15 Maxine Goynes
15 Maxine Goynes
Height: 5-6
Year: Junior
Hometown: Modesto, Calif.
High School: Johansen HS
Position: Forward
College: 2V

AS A JUNIOR IN 2009: Named an All-West Coast Conference honorable mention player ... helped the Broncos win 14 games and advance into the NCAA Tournament's Third Round ... played in all 23 matches, starting five ... ranked third on the team in goals (4) and assists (3) and ranked fourth in points (11) ... put 11 shots on goal and scoring the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Wisconsin (Sept. 18) ... scored a goal and passed out an assist in the season-opener at San Jose State (Aug. 21) ... registered six shots in the first five games, starting at Maryland (Sept. 4) and putting a pair of shots on goal ... started in SCU's 2-0 home victory over No. 5 Notre Dame (Sept. 11) ... had a hand in both goals during the Bronco's 2-1 win over Wisconsin (Sept. 18), assisting and scoring ... fired off a season-high four shots and scored her third goal of the season in 1-1 draw with No. 14 California (Oct. 4) ... starter in SCU's NCAA Third Round Tournament match with No. 1 Stanford (Nov. 20).

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008: Team Tri-Captain ... saw time in all 20 matches, started 19 ... made appearances in backline in 13 games ... had 17 shots on the season ... lead backline against then-No. 10 West Virginia in 2-1 overtime victory (Aug. 29) ... kept Yale (Sept. 21) scoreless in double overtime draw ... lead Broncos defense to shutout of then-No. 2 UCLA (Sept. 25) ... played forward vs. Saint Mary's (Oct. 17), had six shots ... moved to forward vs. USF (Oct. 19), had one shot ... started at forward and had six shots at LMU (Oct. 24 ) ... had three shots at Pepperdine (Oct. 26) ... started at forward at then-No. 3 Portland (Nov. 2), had two shots ... started vs. Gonzaga (Nov. 8), had two shots.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007: Saw action in 18 of 21 contests, starting in 13 games ... named to WCC All-Freshman team (Nov. 14) ... played an intergral role in the Broncos defense against UCSB, Pepperdine and LMU (Oct. 17, 19 & 21) ... saw action in all 182 minutes against CS Fullerton (Oct. 12) and then-No. 16 San Diego (Oct. 14) ... started against then-No. 1 Stanford (Oct. 5) an then-No. 2 UCLA (Oct. 7) ... earned first collegeiate start against then-No. 22 Cal (Sept. 30) ... Played in 21 minutes against Arizona (Sept. 23) ... saw action against then-No. 12 Rutgers (Sept. 14), taking her first collegiate shot.

OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM EXPERIENCE: Was a member of the California State ODP team from 2003-05 ... member of the Region IV team from 2004-06.

CLUB TEAM: Played for the Pleasanton Rage ... helped lead club to national title ... team went to State Cup finals in 2006.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-sport star (soccer, track, volleyball) at Johansen High School in Modesto, Calif. ... played soccer for coach Steve Aristotelous ... helped lead soccer team to CCC championship and second round of playoffs in 2004 ... finished second in conference in 2007 ... ran track for head coach Mike Lewis ... captured CCC titles in the 100, 200, 4x100 relay, and 4x400 relay ... volunteered with Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children (CASA).

PERSONAL: Full name is Maxine Goynes ... born in Modesto, Calif. ... parents are Chester and Lynn Goynes ... father played football at UCLA, mother played soccer and field hockey at University of Sussex (U.K.) ... holds dual citizenship (U.S. and U.K.) ... has an older sister, Danielle, and two younger siblings, Sasha and Erica ... enjoys traveling, music, and fashion ... hopes to become a sports psychologist or be involved in sports marketing, advertising, and communication ... major is communication.