An all-West Region and all-Mountain West Conference candidate ... Is coming of an impressive spring ... Improved her work rate over the course of the season ... A natural goal scorer ... Trained with the U.S. Under-19 national team ... Helped the Colorado Rush win the 2006 USYSA National Championship, along with Aztec sophomores Millie Allen, Carrie Blankenbuhler and Mariko Strickland.
2005 Season: Named to Soccer Buzz Freshman all-Far West Region team ... Earned second-team all-MWC honors to become the first freshman to be named all-league since 1996 (Lori LaCoursiere) ... Led SDSU in scoring with 20 points on five goals and 10 assists ... 10 assists were the most in the MWC and most by an Aztec in a season since LaCoursiere had 10 in 1998 ... Five of her 10 assists have led to game-winning goals ... Led the MWC in assists (10) and was tied for fourth with 20 points ... Ranked first on the team in points (20), assists (10), shots (57), game-winning goals (four) and shots on goal (21) ... Second on the squad with her five goals ... Had a goal and an assist on two occasions (at Air Force on Oct. 9, vs. Brigham Young on Nov. 2) ... Tallied a goal against Hawai'i (Oct. 1) and scored twice in SDSU's 2-0 win over UC Irvine on Sept. 11 ... Named UC Irvine Nike/Holiday Inn Invitational Offensive MVP for her two-goal, one-assist performance over the two-game tournament ... Had two assists against TCU (Oct. 16) ... Aztecs went 9-2 when she recorded a point and 8-0-1 when she took at least three shots ... Named to the MWC all-academic team.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Arvada High School, where she led the Mustangs to three consecutive Jessco League titles ... Garnered all-state and all-league recognition after her junior and senior seasons ... Also played volleyball her freshman year.
Other Information: Currently in the pool for the U-19 U.S. national and regional teams ... Four-year member of the Colorado Rush Soccer Club ... The Rush won three consecutive state cups.
Personal Information: Erika Christine Sutton ... Is majoring in elementary education.