Currently ranks second on WCU's career assists list with 21... Ranks third in career goals (17), game-winning goals (5) and shots (159)... Also ranks fourth in the programs history in career points with 55 to date.
2002: Played in 19 contests and started in 16... Led the team in assists with seven... Ranked sixth in the Southern Conference in both assists (7) and assists per game (0.37)... She also ranked second on the team in points with 13... Pounded in the game-winning goal versus East Tennessee State (10/18) to give the Cats the 1-0 shutout.
2001: Played and started in 21 games... Named to the All- SoCon second team... Recorded 92 shots for the season, which established a WCU single season record... Tied for fifth in the league in points (29), seventh in points per game (1.38) and total goals (10), ninth in goals per game (0.48), tied for third in assists (9) and was fifth in assists per game (0.43)... Finished second on the team in points, goals and game winning goals (4)... Led the team in assists, shots and shots on goal (49)... Fired eight shots on goal and recorded two goals and two assists against The Citadel (9/23), marking a season-high, single-game points total (6).
2000: Began the season coming off ACL reconstructive surgery... Started in 15 of 19 games she played in... Tallied four goals and five assists for the season... Scored WCU's first ever goal in the post season versus Georgia Southern (11/3)... Recorded her first collegiate goal against South Carolina State (9/5).
High School: A member of the 1999 South Carolina State Championship Upstate Girls Soccer Association United Soccer Team... A member of the South Carolina Olympic Development Team... Played for Coach Gary Mohr at Pendleton High School... Recorded five goals and 12 assists playing on the boys varsity team as a junior... As a sophomore, she scored six goals and dished out eight assists... Named "Most Improved Player" as a sophomore.
Club: Played for the USGA United club team... Led them to the 1999 Raleigh Shoot-out Championship and the 1999 South Carolina Championship... Leading scorer with 19 goals and 12 assists.
Personal: Lauren Elizabeth Bramlett, Parents: Steve and Diana Roll, Born: July 21, 1982.