9 Malloree Enoch
9 Malloree Enoch
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Fairview, Ore.
Previous College: Concordia University
Position: M
Major: Criminal Justice

AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Despite a fantastic start to the year, Enoch had her 2009 season cut short due to season ending knee injury three minutes into the their Sunshine State Conference tilt with Rollins (09/23/09)…Up to that point, she had appeared in three games for the Lions making three starts…The defender accumulated nine shots, six of which were on goal…She finished the year with two goals and six points…She had a career day in a 6-0 victory against Eckerd (9/19/2009), tallying a goal and a pair of assists for four points….SLU was 2-1-0 in her three full games played. 

Enoch made an immediate impact as a sophomore transfer appearing in 19 games and making 18 starts…She totaled four goals and had seven assists en route to a 15 point season…She ranked third on the team in assists and fifth on the team in total points…She scored her first career point at Saint Leo with an assist in a 7-1 victory over St, Thomas (9/07/08)…The forward also had a pair of three point games, tallying a goal and a assist against non-conference opponents Georgia Southwestern (09/12/08) and Palm Beach Atlantic (10/15/08)…She compiled 34 shots for the season, 17 of which were on goal.

Named 1999 honorable mention all conference…In 2000, 2001 and 2002 named first team all conference…2002 conference player of the year…2002 first team all state MVP...Was named named 2003 Cascade Conference Player of the Year...She was also named first-team All Region I and was an NAIA All-American...Holds Concordia University records in goals in a season (20), goals in a game (4) and most points in a season (53).

Born June 18 in Grants Pass, OR… International Hospitality & Tourism major… Hobbies include playing soccer and shopping…Career goals are to graduate college, work internal corporate affairs and one day to travel the world…Lists reading the field and her maturity as her best assets to the team…She chose to play at Saint Leo because it is a great place to play soccer and obtain a degree...Daughter of Gary and Patty Enoch.