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15 - Tiffany Gummow
Tiffany Gummow
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Los Gatos, CA
High School: Archbishop Mitty HS
Position: MF
Experience: 3V

15  Tiffany Gummow
MF  5-4  Sr.   
Los Gatos, CA/Archbishop Mitty HS

2010- Played in 18 games and started in 16…she had a total of 19 shots on goals this season…with one goal and one assist…she was the third leading shot taker on the team…averaging a shots on goal percentage of .368…

2009 – Played in 20 games and started in nine… Third on the team with 22 shots, 11 on goal… Tied for team high with five goals…Tied for second on the team with 10 points… Recorded three game winners… Recorded her first game winning goal in win over Pac-10 Arizona… Next over Long Beach State in battle for first place in the BWC… And the third in the win over UC Santa Barbara to clench the BWC regular season title… Recorded a season high four shots on goal at Cal State Northridge..

2008 - Played in all 20 games with one start...third-leading scorer on the team with four goals and one assist for nine points...scored first two goals of career, including game-winning goal, in 3-1 win at Indiana...also scored in 5-0 win over Florida International and 2-0 win at Pacific...lone assist came on winning goal in 3-2 win at Cal State Fullerton...attempted 25 shots, placing 15 on goal (60%)...career-high 64 minutes played at Santa Clara.

Prep - Three-year letter winner at Archbishop Mitty High School...West Catholic Athletic League champions three years, two-time state cup finalist...two-year member of the Cal North State Olympic Development Program.

Personal - Born Mar. 2, 1990 in Los Gatos, CA...Daughter of Todd and Gwen Gummow...has one sister, Kelsey...Dean’s List all semesters of high school...chose Cal Poly because she loves the area and it has a high level of education and a great soccer team...aspires to be a sports broadcaster...hobbies include running, photography, and hanging out with friends...lists her parents as the biggest influence in her life as an athlete