Honors & Awards:
- Athletic Director’s Honor Roll - 2011 Fall Semester and 2014 Spring Semester
2015: Played in 19 games, including five starts ... Accumulated over 400 minutes on the field ... Took nine shots with three on goal for a .333 shot on goal percentage ... Attempted a season-high two shots against Arkansas State (10/2).
2014: Missed the entire 2014 season due to a second knee injury … Still has one year of eligibility remaining.
2013: Appeared in 14 games, starting six ... Totaled 595 minutes ... Finished the season with one goal and two assists for four points ... Found the back of the net at Jacksonville State (9/22) ... Assisted on Jordan Young’s game-winning goal at UT-Martin (9/13) ... Recorded an assist at Arkansas State (10/20) ... Attempted nine shots during the season, with six on target … Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll after the spring semester.
2012: Did not play due to pre-season injury.
2011: Registered minutes in 17 games for the Panthers and earned starts in 10 games ... Notched three goals of the season in games against UNC Asheville, Gardner Webb and Old Dominion ... Named co-CAA Rookie of the Week for her two-goal weekend that led to team’s first undefeated weekend of the season ... Supplied an assist on Georgia State’s first goal in the 4-3 victory over Towson ... Fired 11 shots on the season, including seven on goal ... Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll fall semester.
Prep: Two-year letter winner for the 2009 3A Illinois state champion Hinsdale Central women’s soccer team ... Named to the 2011 IHSA All-Sectional team ... Team won the 2011 regional championship ... Was a member of the basketball cheerleading squad from 2008-09 ... Member of the honor roll ... Played club soccer for NSA Premier.
Personal: Eryka Dominique Hawkins was born on May 25, 1993 in Danbury, Conn. ... Daughter of Ed and Eyleen Hawkins ... Has a younger sister, Elyssa and younger brother, Edison ... Father played soccer at Hartwick College and professionally for the Washington Diplomats and the U.S. National Team ... Speech major.