2004 (Junior): Started and played in 16 games for Baylor on the season... Was the team leader with nine goals scored on the year... Nine goals ranked tied for eighth in the Big 12 Conference... Ranked fifth in the conference with 0.56 goals per game... Also led the team with 19 points on the season... Led the team with 25 shots on goal during the year and was tied with Anna Schuch for the team lead with 41 shots on the season... Led the team with a .610 shot-on-goal percentage... Ranked sixth in the Big 12 Conference with 1.19 points per game... Scored her first goal of the year, the game-winner, in a 5-2 victory over TCU (9/10)... Added a goal in the next game, scoring Baylor's lone goal in a 2-1 loss at North Texas (9/17)... Recorded a single goal in back-to-back conference games against Texas (9/26) and Iowa State (10/1)... Her goal against Texas tied the game before Baylor defeated the Longhorns in overtime... Scored the Bears lone goal in the loss against Oklahoma (10/8)... Scored goals in three consecutive games played to end the season, tallying goals against Nebraska (10/17), Missouri (10/24) and Texas Tech (10/29)... Scored two goals against the Huskers as Baylor defeated Nebraska for the second consecutive season... Recorded her only assist on the season in the tie against Oklahoma State (10/10)... Had a season-high of four shots in six different games... Set a single-game team high with four shots-on-goal in the 2-1 victory over Iowa (9/3).
2003 (Sophomore): A second-team All-Big 12 Conference selection... Started and played in every game for Baylor at midfield... Tied for the team lead with four assists on the season... Second on the team with three goals and 10 points... Led the team with 25 shots on goal on the season... Placed second on the team with 58 shots... Posted a shot on goal percentage of .431 on the year... Recorded the game-winning goal in Baylor's 3-1 win over Air Force (9/21)... Added a goal in the Bears' wins over Eastern Washington (8/29) and nationally ranked Nebraska (10/3)... Tallied a season-high two assists in the season-finale win over Texas Tech (10/31)... Also added assists in the win over North Texas (8/31) and the loss against SMU (9/13)... Recorded a season-high 10 shots against Oklahoma (10/19)... Had at least one shot on goal in 14 of 18 games... Tallied a season-high five shots on goal in the 3-0 win over Texas Tech... Finished the season ranked sixth in the conference with 3.22 shots per game.
2002 (Freshman): Tied Kristin Ruef for the team lead in points (15) and finished second on the team with six goals, despite missing three games due to injury... Also tied for second on the team with three assists... Started 15 times and played in 16 games... Scored her first collegiate goal to help the Bears come from behind and beat Mississippi State 2-1 (9/1)... First collegiate assist came a week later against Southwest Texas (9/8)... Scored a go-ahead goal in the second half at Iowa State (10/25) that looked like a game-winner before the Cyclones forced overtime late and won in OT... Claimed a tie for the team lead in points with a goal in the season finale at Texas Tech (11/1)... Finished the season ranked ninth in the Big 12 in shots per game (3.38).
2001 (Redshirt): Redshirted due to torn ACL suffered prior to season.
High School: Four-year varsity soccer letter-winner at HD Jacobs High School in Algonquin, Ill., near Chicago... Named all-conference three times... As a senior, was named her school's female athlete of the year... Named female athlete of the year by the Chicago Daily Herald... Member of the Eclipse Soccer club team and played with the Illinois State ODP team and the Dactyls Semi-Pro soccer team... Attended Baylor Soccer Camp in 2000... Was all-conference in basketball and earned team MVP honors as a sophomore... Lettered three times in basketball and twice in volleyball... Off the field, was a member of the student council and the Spanish Club and earned High Honor Roll.
Personal: Full name is Tiffany Marie Boshers... Born Dec. 1, 1982, in Sun Valley, Calif.... Daughter of Bo and Gloria Boshers... Has two brothers, Brandon and Trevor... Chose Baylor over Pepperdine, Louisville, Northern Illinois, Evansville, Loyola and Westmont... Majoring in health fitness studies... Came to Baylor for the Christian atmosphere and the chance to play collegiate soccer.