Brizard on Homan: “Right now
we’re looking for Emily to get fit and back on the field.
When she does she’s going to be an outside player and
probably play a little up top. She’s fast, she’s knows
the game, and she can read the game. She’s a smart player and
she’s got some good serviceability. We’re looking for
her to get back on and step up.”
In 2011 (Junior): Emily rebounded strong in her
return from knee surgery, playing in 18 games, starting three and
seeing more than 500 minutes. She was an important member of the
Golden Eagle midfield, taking six shots, three of which were on
goal, for a shot-on-goal percentage of .500.
In 2010 (Sophomore): After starting each of
Tech’s first two games in her sophomore season, Emily had to
take a medical redshirt due to a season-ending knee injury. She was
named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
In 2009 (Freshman): Emily played in 19 games for
the Golden Eagles, making just three starts. She added some spark
off the bench as she logged 710 minutes of playing time.
HIGH SCHOOL: Emily is a mid-fielder who led her
team in assists at Naperville North High School in Naperville, Ill.
A four-year starter, she led her team to conference and regional
championships in 2007. Emily was also a two-time academic
PERSONAL: Daughter of Brian and Jackie
Homan...born May 24, 1991...full name is Emily Anastasia
Homan…majoring in journalism.