|4 Cortney Simmons
All-around talented soccer player... Versatility brings an immediate impact, whether on the frontline scoring goals, or on the backline defending... Tough, hard-working player who has been accustomed to winning with the Dallas Texans club team.
2011: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Battled through injuries to play 26 total minutes over three home games vs. Southern Miss, McNeese State and Sam Houston State... Played a career-long 12 minutes against the SHSU Bearkats... 2010: C-USA Academic Honor Roll; Sidelined with an injury before the start of the season... Did not see any game action in first year and gained a redshirt.
Texas ODP 2004-2008... Regional ODP 2006-2007... 2007 USYSA ODP National Development Camp... 2008 ODP National Championship 1991 Team... 2008 ODP National Championship Golden Boot Award Winner... Veteran club player for the Dallas Texans `92 Red under head coach Ryan Higginbotham... Helped club win the 2008 USYS U16 National Championship... 2007 USYS National Finalist... 2006 and 2007 USYS Region III Champions... 2009 National League champions and 2008 runner-up... 2006 & 2007 Premier League champions, 2008 runner-up... 2008 and 2009 NTX State Cup Champions, 2007 semi-finalist... Four-time Lake Highlands Girls Classic League Grand Champions - Division I.
A 2010 graduate of Mansfield High School in Mansfield, Tex.... Coached by Michael Strange... Four-time all-District 4-5A honoree... All-Region selection as a sophomore and the Tigers' Offensive Player of the Year... Named the Mansfield MVP as a junior and the Newcomer of the Year as a freshman... Served as the team captain as a junior and senior... Member of the National Honor Society and Academic "A" Honor Roll... National Achievement Semifinalist... National Merit Scholar - Commended... Graduated 10th in class... Served on the student council.
Full Name: Cortney Britney Ann Simmons. Born: December 4, 1991, in Mansfield, Tex. Parents: Reggie and Bonnie Simmons of Mansfield (two brothers). Father played Division I football at New Mexico State University. Brother, Aaron, plays soccer for SMU. College: Jones