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    Edwina Forbes
    Edwina Forbes


    Brisbane, Australia

    High School:
    Brisbane State






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    The all-Texas class includes six prep stars.


    A Look Back At The 2011 Ladyjack Soccer Team

    Following greatest season of all-time, SFA primed for future success


    Ladyjacks Dominate SLC Postseason Honors

    Kylie Louw repeats as player of the year, Raymond named freshman of the year


    Ladyjacks Clinch Sixth Southland Conference Title

    SFA defeats Sam Houston St. 3-1 in season finale


    On The Brink Of History: Ladyjacks Win 10th Straight

    SFA's 4-0 shutout of SLU has team one win from school record

    Forbe's 2011 Game-By-Game Statistics
    Forbe's 2010 Game-By-Game Statistics

    Forbe's 2009 Game-By-Game Statistics

    Forbe's 2008 Game-By-Game Statistics

    2011 (Senior):
    Played in 16 games with 14 starting appearances ... scored one goal ... had 15 shots with six on goal ... clocked 892 minutes ... was a Southland Conference All-Conference Honorable Mention.

    2010 (Junior):
    Midfielder who appeared and started in all 20 games ... was an honorable mention all-conference ... led the team in minutes played with 1,720 ... scored the first two goals of her career on 11 shots, the first of which came in a 4-0 victory at Northwestern State (10/1/10).

    2009 (Sophomore):
    Played in 16 games with 14 starting appearances ... started as a defensive midfielder in four shutout wins ... attempted four shots, putting three on goal.

    2008 (Freshman):
    Appeared in 16 games, starting 10 times ... posted one assist with 11 shots -- four on goal ... assisted on game-winning goal in 1-0 win at Southeastern Louisiana (10/3/08).

    High School:
    From the age of 12, played on several different regional and national squads on the Australian club soccer scene ... in 2007, played for the Mt. Gravatt Premier Women's squad and was selected to the Queensland Academy of Sport, represented Queensland in U17 state team at Nationals... 2006 trained with the Western Australia National Training Centre... represented Western Australia in U17 state team at Nationals. ... spent three years -- from age 13 to 15 -- playing for the U-19 Peninsula High School Girls team ... also played on the U-13, U-14 Far North Queensland Boys teams and U-16 Far North Queensland Girls teams ... 2005 was a member of the U-19 Shadow-Queensland School girls team at age 15 ... also represented Queensland in U16 state team that year.