|00 Mandi Tinsley
2001: Started in all 21 games played... Named to the All-Conference second team as well as the All-Tournament team... Also named an Arby?s/Catamount Student-Athlete of the Month in November... Was ninth in the conference in saves (80), tenth in saves per game (3.81), fourth in shutouts (6), eighth in shutouts per game (0.29) and second in goals against average (0.99)... Only had 20 goals scored against her for the season... Netted a season-high nine saves against Virginia Tech (9/9)
2000: A Southern Conference All-Tournament team selection... Started in all 20 games she played in... Finished the season second in the conference with an average of 5.8 saves per game... Also finished second in the conference with 116 saves... Averaged only 1.67 goals against her, placing her fifth in the conference... Recorded shutouts against Troy State (9/11), High Point (10/3) and East Tennessee State (10/10) while recording a combined shutout against Indiana State (9/9)... Was a team captain.
1999: Posted a 1.98 goals against average... Recorded 3.5 shutouts, starting in 16 games... Set a career-high with 12 saves in the first round of the Southern Conference Tournament against Furman (11/2)... Had seven saves on nine shots in a 2-1 overtime loss to SoCon power Georgia Southern (9/12)... Shutout Troy State (9/4), Limestone (9/16) and East Tennessee State (10/13), while recording a combined shutout against Clayton State (9/5).
High School: First Team North Carolina All State Keeper in the 1998-99 season... A member of the all-conference team all four years, all-district for three years and all-region for two years... She was a two-year High School Adidas Showcase player... Her senior year, Mandi, was named to the Guildford County News and Record Team and participated in the East/West All-Star Game... Led her team to two state championships... Also played varsity basketball and led her team to the state championship for the 1996-97 season.
Club: Played for the PSA Stars and Coach Chris Glover as a goalkeeper, where she was named MVP of the Furniture City Classic.