Courtney Supp – Women’s Soccer

WHY LEHIGH? “It was the whole package. It’s a strong academic school that would challenge me. I loved the team atmosphere and the level of play, it’s a beautiful campus and my parents can watch me play.”

AS JUNIOR (spring 2021): Started all six games, delivered two assists at team height … Ended with six shots, four on goal … Named to the Academic All-Patriot League team … Fired two shots in the season finale against Loyola (4/9) ab … Tallied on assist and shot on goal at Navy (4/3) and vs. Colgate (3/27) … Also had a shot on goal at Bucknell (3/21) and Army West Point (3/13).

AS SECOND (2019): Played all 18 games starting at 12 … Made one assist and 15 shots, five on goal … Started 10th straight game at Princeton (10/15) … Fired six shots (two on goal) in career against Saint Joseph’s (10/15)… Two days before a submission in the win against UMBC (10/13)… Started the first two games of the season, against Delaware (8/23) and Monmouth (8/25)… Appointment to the Patriot League Academic honor roll.

AS NEW (2018): Third at the Mountain Hawks, eight points behind three goals and two assists … Played in all 20 games, starting 12 … 14 shots fired, seven on goal … First goal of the game in the Patriot League semifinals against Colgate (11/2) … Dished a template for the game-winning goal in the 85th Was honored with the Patriot League Rookie of the Week … Scored the first goal of the game just 2:01 in the fight against arch-rivals Lafayette (10/13) … Scored the first career goal in victory over Temple (9/7)… Goal in a 1-0 home win against reigning NEC Champion Fairleigh Dickinson (8/23)… Admitted to the Patriot League’s academic list of honor.

BEFORE LEHIGH: As a senior he was named All-Intelligencer of the first team and the All-League team of the first team … served as captain … was named MVP and received the Scholar-Athlete Award at the same time … As a junior he became the second team for one year All-League and Defensive MVP named after winning the Captains Award in his sophomore year … Was a three-year varsity starter on a three-time Suburban One Conference Championship team … Member of the National Honor Society, inducted into the Distinguished Honor Roll every four years … graduated in the top 10 percent of their class of 530 students.


2018 20-12 3 2 8th 14th .214 7th .500 0 0-0
2019 18-12 0 1 1 fifteen .000 5 .333 0 0-0
Spring, 2021 6-6 0 2 2 6th .000 4th .667 0 0-0
buzz 44-30 3 5 11 35 .086 16 .457 0 0-0

Nickname: court
What do you like most about Lehigh? The combination of academics and athletics
Thoughts on Lehigh’s coaching staff: I enjoyed the recruiting process with Coach Lambinus and he was always very honest with me. Coach Cal gave me a glimpse of what it’s like to be a player at Lehigh and it was helpful to have her share her experience. They really seem to complement each other.
Major & Why: Business Management because I can see myself in a leadership role and in the future I hope to work with companies and / or non-profit organizations to improve the lives of others.
Favorite place on campus: Linderman Library
Favorite Food: Cinnamon Crunch Bagel
Favourite colour: blue
Favorite musician: Sam Hunt
Favourite movie: Safe haven
Favorite TV show: Friday night lights
Favorite sports channel: Merrill Reese
Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles
Favorite athlete in another sport: Zach Ertz
Magazine cover I’d like to be on: TIME
Place I want to visit: Greece
Talent I would like best to have: To sing
If I didn’t play soccer I would play: volleyball
If I had $ 1 billion I would: Buy a private island and give the money to purposes that are close to my heart.

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