2001 — Missed the entire month of October with a broken thumb …?Played in a total of 14 matches, starting 11 …?Also started all four NCAA Tournament matches …?Finished the season with nine points on three goals and three assists …?Enjoyed her finest match of the year in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Cal State Fullerton, finishing with five points on two goals and an assist …?Also scored a goal against Denver at the CSUF/Fila Classic on Sept. 3 …?Recorded two assists in a 7-0 win over Louisville on Sept. 7.
2000 —?Played in 22 matches, starting three …?Saw action in all five NCAA Tournament matches …?Scored a goal in a 5-0 victory over No. 18 Stanford on Oct. 27 …?Tallied an assist in a win over Oregon on Oct. 15 …?Finished the season with three points.
1999 — Started the first six matches of the season before being sidelined with a sprained MCL …?Returned to action on Oct. 29 against Oregon State … Made an immediate impact on the squad, recording her first collegiate goal , which was UCLA’s only goal of the game, in a 3-1 loss to defending national champion Florida … Netted the game-winning goal in the final minute of play against Maryland.
Prior to UCLA — Earned first-team All-South Coast League honors in 1998 and ’99 and second-team accolades in 1997 … Defensive Player of the Year in 1998 … Twice named Orange County Player of the Week … Named to the Oceanview All-Tournament team in 1998 … Registered 37 goals and 23 assists in her career … Received the Coaches Award in 1999 … Captain of team for two years … Four year starter under head coach Austin Sharpe … Helped lead her club team, S.C. Blues, to the State Championship in 1995 and ’96 … Participated in the Olympic Development Program from 1996-99.
Personal — Full name is Tracey Lynn Winzen … Parents are Dennis and Jennie Winzen … Has one brother, Jason … Born April 15, 1981 in Orange, CA … Majoring in history.