We continue our look at the Top 80 female UCF Knights athletes of all-time with #50-41.
Check out our previous articles in this list here:
- Top 80 UCF Female Athletes of All-Time #80-71
- Top 80 UCF Female Athletes of All-Time #70-61
- Top 80 UCF Female Athletes of All-Time # 60-51
#50 - Aisha Patrick (Basketball)
Aisha Patrick finished her outstanding career ranked in the top ten in many of UCF’s career categories including steals (T-1st - 284), points (9th - 1,189), assists (5th - 357), rebounds (5th - 819), double-doubles (5th - 17), field goals made (8th - 452), and free throws made (6th - 267). Patrick is the only player in Knights history to record 1,000 points, 800 rebounds and 300 assists over a career. She was named to All-Conference USA First Team in 2012 and was part of two C-USA Championships and trips to NCAA Tournament (2009, 2011).
Patrick is now the head coach at Cocoa High School, where she won a district title in 2019-2020.
FastBreak Basketball action featuring the All-Time Steals leaders at UCF(tied) Rickards HC Chariya Davis and Cocoa HC Aisha Patrick!!! @Rhsathletics1 @CallMePinkPatty @AlisonPosey14 @INSiiGHTS Cocoa comes out on top 51-49. pic.twitter.com/da9Tr5O8td— Earl Hankerson (@Hankersone) November 29, 2019
#49 - Erin Campbell (Volleyball)
Erin Campbell had more than 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs during her Knights career while making All-C-USA Second Team in 2009. Campbell is one of five players in UCF history (along with Reneta Menchikova, Tyra Harper, Miriam Metzcus and Kia Bright) to have 1,000 kills and digs in a career and is the only player to accomplish it in the Conference USA era.
Campbell ranks 8th all-time in kills (1,207), digs (1,134) and digs per set (2.66) and 10th in solo blocks solo (44).
Campbell has been working as a TV analyst with Bright House Networks/Spectrum Sports since 2012, covering High School and AAU Volleyball, as well as on The American Digital Network.
#48 - Cassady Brewer (Softball)
Cassady Brewer was AAC Rookie of the Year in 2016 and a three-time First Team All-AAC Conference selection and a four-time All-Region player. She ranks in UCF’s all-time top 10 in numerous offense categories, tied for 7th in average (.316), 4th in slugging (.479), 2nd in on-base percentage (.437), 3rd in doubles (41), 6th in RBI (106), and 2nd in walks (121).
Brewer was part of UCF’s 2016 NCAA Tournament team and threw out 31% of base runners as a catcher during her UCF career and threw out a program record 17 base runners in 2018.
#47 - Angelica Crump (Volleyball)
Crump was a 2011 AVCA Honorable Mention All-American and AVCA All-Region First Team selection, the first Knight since Jenny Frank in 2003 to earn those honors. She was first team All-C-USA in 2011, second team All-C-USA in 2012 & second team All-AAC in 2013. Crump ranks 8th all-time in kills per set (3.32), 5th all-time in Kills (1,489) and 3rd in solo blocks (80).
#46 - Courtney Whidden (Soccer)
Whidden ranks 6th all-time at UCF in goals (33), T-9th in points (77), and 2nd in game-winning goals (13). She made three NCAA Tournament appearances (2007-2009) and won two C-USA Championships (2007 and 2009). Whidden was first team All-C-USA in 2009 as well as All-Region in 2009.
#45 - Linnea Goodman (Softball)
Goodman was part of three NCAA Tournament teams (2014-2016) and two AAC Championships (2014-15). She hit .323 for her career, which ranks third all-time at UCF, and her 241 career hits ranks 4th. She also set the program record for most hits in a single game with 5 in a game at Memphis in 2017.
Goodman played for the Swedish national team at the European Championships in the summer of 2018.
#44 - Nikki Moore (Soccer)
Nikki Moore was a three-time All-Conference USA first teamer (2007-2009) and made second team All-C-USA as a freshman in 2006. Moore was an NSCAA All-Southeast Region Team member twice (2007 and 2008), and NSCAA All-Central Region First Teamer in 2009. She was a key part of two C-USA Championship teams (2007 and 2009) and three NCAA Tournament appearances (2007-2009).
#43 - Jessica Ujvari (Softball)
Ujvari made a huge impact on Knights softball program after arriving in 2014 from USC Upstate. She finished her career with the second-highest slugging percentage all-time at UCF (.523).
Ujvari ranks in the top ten all-time at UCF in highest on base percentage (3rd - .401), home runs (5th - 22), RBI (7th - 97), highest batting average (8th - .308) and triples (T-10th - 4), all done in just three seasons. Ujvari was the AAC Player of the year and All-Region 2015. She was part of three NCAA Tournament regional final appearances (2014-2016), two American regular season championships (2014 and 2015), and an AAC Tournament championship in 2015.
T-#42 - Kayla Adamek (Soccer)
Adamek played from 2013-2017 and was part of the Knights’ 2013 and 2017 AAC regular season championships and three NCAA Tournament teams (2013, 2015 and 2017). She was named AAC Midfielder of Year in 2017. For her career, Adamek scored 26 goals in 77 games, and appeared twice on the All-AAC 1st Team (2015 and 2017).
T-#42 - Morgan Ferrara (Soccer)
Ferrara played three seasons (2015-2017) winning AAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2017, and was a two-time All-AAC Conference performer.
Ferrara scored 21 goals in her Knights career and helped lead UCF to the AAC Championship in 2017 and a national seed in the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
#41 - Jania Shinhoster (Softball)
Jania Shinhoster played at UCF from 2002-2005 was an NFCA All Region selection as a freshman. Even now, she ranks 5th all-time at UCF in average (.316), 3rd in slugging (.522), and 2nd in games played (271), runs scored (163), hits (268), triples (13), RBI (140), and total bases (443).
Shinhoster is the Knights’ all-time leader in doubles (43) and 4th in stolen bases (74). As a senior, she was a key part of the Knights’ 2005 A-Sun Championship team and NCAA Tournament appearance - the first in school history.