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Bri Campos 10

Bri  Campos


Centennial, Colo.

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SOC Alum Named to Mexico Women’s National Team

Former Bear makes call list for Four Nations Tournament


West Virginia Halts Baylor's 31-match unbeaten streak with 4-3 win

Bears fall for the first time at home since October of 2011


Soccer Ends Historic Season With 1-1 Draw vs. UNC

Bears fall in penalty kicks to Tar Heels, 4-2, in NCAA Championship's third round.


Soccer Downs Georgetown, 2-1, In OT

Bears earn first NCAA Sweet 16 berth in program history.


Soccer Trio Makes All-Big 12 Second Team

Bears place three players on league's second team and two on newcomer squad.


Baylor Soccer vs. Tech - 10/18/15



Baylor Soccer vs. TCU



BU Soccer vs. Kansas

BU Soccer vs. Kansas 09/26/14


Baylor Soccer vs HBU - 08/24/2014



Baylor Women's Soccer vs Texas Tech - 10/13/2013


2014 (Junior): Started all 20 games, totaling 1,654 minutes ... All-Big 12 second team ... Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall 2014, Spring 2015) ... Ranks fifth at BU with 4,979 career minutes ... Tied career high with six goals, adding two assists for 14 points ... Attempted 25 shots, 12 on goal (.480) ... Led team in points, goals and tied for first in game-winning goals ... Ranked tied for eighth in Big 12 in goals ... Ranks eighth and tied for 10th all-time at Baylor with six game-winning goals and 40 points, respectively... Netted two goals vs. Incarnate Word (9/5) ... Scored two game-winning goals vs. Rice (8/22) and at UTSA (9/19) ... Notched two assists at Oklahoma (10/19) ... Scored one goal vs. Iowa State (9/28) and vs TCU (10/3) ... Participated in a training camp with Mexico's national team over the summer of 2015.

2013 (Sophomore): Appeared and started in all 20 matches while totaling 1,626 minutes of action ... All-Big 12 first team - program's first since 2006 and eighth overall ... Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Spring 2014) ... Scored career-high six goals and tied career high of four assists for career-high 16 points ... Took 45 shots, 23 on goal (.511) ... Ranked sixth in Big 12 in goals, seventh in points and ninth in assists ... Led team in points, shot, shots on goal and assists ... Tied for first on team in goals and tied for second in game-winners (2) ... Ranks tied for 10th all-time at Baylor with four game-winning goals ... Netted one goal and assist vs. UTSA (8/23) ... Scored the game-winner vs. Northwestern State (8/25) ... Notched assists at SMU (9/1) and vs. Missouri (9/6) ... Scored one goal vs. Cal Poly (9/13), West Virginia (9/29) and BYU (10/4) ... Scored game-winner at TCU (11/1) ... Had assist vs. Iowa State (11/6) ... Made three appearances with Mexico's U-20 National Team during offseason, earning spot on qualifying team, as she helped Mexico earn spot in 2014 U-20 Women's World Cup.

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 24 matches, making 22 starts, for 1,699 minutes ... Big 12 All-Newcomer Team ... Accumulated 10 points on four assists and three goals ... Scored first two career game-winning goals at Texas Tech (10/5) and against TCU (10/26) ... Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week Oct. 9 after her assist and game-winning goal at Texas Tech ... Other goal came versus Georgetown (11/16) the NCAA Tournament Second Round ... Tallied assists versus Nebraska (8/31), at Houston Baptist (9/16), at Texas Tech (10/5) and at North Carolina (11/18) in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 ... Participated with Mexico's U-20 National Team on two separate occasions over the summer.

High School: Four-year member of Colorado Olympic Development state team ... Two-year member of Region IV ODP pool ... Club team, Colorado Rush, won four-straight state cup titles from 2007-10 ... Won 2010 Region IV title and placed third at Nationals ... Three-year winner of State Cup Golden Boot award.

Personal: Full name is Briana Marie Campos ... Born Feb. 3, 1994 ... Parents are Louie and Celina Campos ... Sister, Larissa, was a member of Baylor soccer team from 2009-13 ... Majoring in health, kinesiology and recreation.


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