Blackmon’s Career Highlights: Has played in 49 career matches and started eight in the backfield ... Has recorded four shots.
Junior (2005): Played in 18 games with two starts ... Registered one shot from her defender position ... Was part of a defensive unit that allowed one goal or less in 12 games ... Helped the Panthers extend their home unbeaten streak to 19 games ... Helped post two shutouts.
Sophomore (2004): Saw action in all 19 games with six starts ... Registered two shots ... Was part of a defensive unit that ranked 19th nationally in team GAA (0.69) and 37th with nine shutouts ... Helped the defensive allow just 14 goals all year, matching the school record for fewest goals allowed in a season ... Named to the A-Sun All-Academic Team.
Freshman (2003): Blackmon contributed in 12 matches her first collegiate season ... Recorded one shot ... Was part of a defensive unit that tied the school record for regular season shutouts (nine) and also led the league in goals against average (0.84).
Prep: Tiffany was a four-year starter at North Gwinnett High School ... Named defensive MVP, overall MVP and Toughest Player ... Was an All-Gwinnett County high school selection ... Blackmon was selected to the All-State team ... Also lettered in varsity basketball ... Was a member of the GSA Phoenix ‘85 white team.
Personal: Tiffany Danielle Blackmon was born October 10,1984 in Attleboro, Mass. ... She is the daughter of Donald and Jacqueline Blackmon ... Her father played for the New England Patriots and is now a member of the Kansas City Chiefs coaching staff ... She has an older sister, Candice and a younger brother, Donald, Jr. ... Majoring in journalism.