2008: Named the Comeback Player of the Year • named Sun Belt Player of the Year and Sun Belt Tournament Most Outstanding Player • named to the Soccer Buzz All-Central Region First Team • selected to the NSCAA/adidas All-Central Region Second Team • named to All-SBC Preseason team, All-SBC First Team and Sun Belt All-Tournament Team • CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District 7 University Division First Team and Academic All-America University Division Second Team • one of three Pioneers to start all 24 games • ended her career as Denver’s second all-time career scoring leader with 112 points on 42 goals and 28 assists • tied program record for career goals and ranked third in career assists • led Denver in points (40), goals (17), assists (6), game-winning goals (8), shots (100) and shots on goal (55) on the season • tied single-season record with 17 goals and third-ranked season mark of 40 points • nationally ranked 20th in goals per game (.708) and 23rd in points per game (1.67) • led the SBC in shots, shots per game, points, points per game, goals, goals per game and game-winning goals • ranked fourth in the SBC in assists and seventh in assists per game • had five multi-point games, including four two-goal games • named to OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi All-Tournament team after scoring both goals in 2-1 win over host Hawaii (Sept. 1) • named to the Falcon Invitational All-Tournament team after scoring the lone goal in 2-1 overtime loss to Colorado College (Sept. 13) and netting both goals in 2-1 win over Air Force (Sept. 14) • named SBC Player of the Week for Sept. 30 after scoring three goals, including two game-winners, in a pair of 2-1 come-from-behind Denver wins over Louisiana Monroe (Sept. 26) and Louisiana-Lafayette (Sept. 28) • named SBC Co-Player of the Week for Oct. 14 after netting the game-winning goal against Troy (Oct. 10) and adding an assist on the game-tying goal against South Alabama (Oct. 12) • named to the Soccer America National Team of the Week on Nov. 11 after leading Denver to its sixth Sun Belt Tournament title with two game-winning goals in the tournament • named DU’s Athlete of the Week Nov. 10.
2007: Medical redshirt after undergoing hip surgery • SBC Commissioner’s List honoree.
2006: Named Sun Belt Player of the Year • selected as First Team All-Sun Belt and Second Team All-Central Region • named Most Outstanding Player of the Sun Belt Tournament • started all 23 games • tallied the second-highest point total (42) and third-highest goal total (15) in a single season for DU • ranked 13th in the NCAA in points per game (1.87), 20th in goals per game (0.70) and 27th in assists per game (0.48) • second in the SBC in both goals and assists • named SBC Player of the Week on Oct. 10 • recorded hat tricks against Arkansas Little Rock twice (Oct. 13 and Nov. 1) • added an assist against UALR on Oct. 13 for a total of seven points against the Trojans • SBC Academic Honor Roll member.
2005: Saw action in 12 games at forward • lead the team in points with 17 and assists with seven • against South Alabama recorded two assists and one goal en route to four multi-point games on the season.
2004: Played in 20 games at forward • scored her first career goal against Utah on Sept. 10 • tallied her first multi-point game against Arkansas-Little Rock (Oct. 1), scoring one goal and adding one assist • recorded her second multi-point game with one goal and one assist against North Texas (Oct. 10) • earned All-SBC First Team honors for her play.
Before Denver: Played all four years at Greeley West H.S. • team captain in 2003 • helped her team to 2003 state championship • named NCSAA adidas High School All-American • Rocky Mountain News Player of the Year • Northern Conference Player of the Year • Weld County Player of the Year • member of the Colorado Real National U-18 Team • 2003 State Cup Champions • also played volleyball all four years • team captain • named second team all-state.
Personal: Born April 26, 1986 • daughter of Bruce and Josie Hemmings • Relay for Life team captain • marketing major.
Hemmings' Career Statistics:
Season GP GS Shots G A Pts.
2004 20 17 27 5 3 13
2005 12 12 24 5 7 17
2006 23 23 55 15 12 42
2007 Redshirt due to injury
2008 24 24 100 17 6 40
Totals 79 76 206 42 28 112