Shantae Adams-Yeats
19  Shantae Adams-Yeats
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Orem, UT

High School:
Timpanogos

Last College:
Dixie State

Height:
5-6

Position:
F

Experience:
1V


At Utah Valley ...

JUNIOR ~ (2007): Played in and started in each of Utah Valley's 20 games ... finished second on the team with five goals and third among Wolverines with 11 points ... played 1,191 minutes ... fired 31 shots, 20 on goal ... had one assist on the season ... scored two goals against Long Island University at New Mexico tournament on Sept. 9 ... had a goal and an assist in UV's 6-0 victory over South Carolina State Sept. 30 ... scored two goals in the Wolverines 5-0 win over NJIT Oct. 19 ... had a season-high five shots, all on goal against NJIT ... named United Soccer Conference Player of the Week on Sept. 11.

Before Utah Valley ...
Prepped at Timpanogos High School ... earned All-State honors as a junior and senior ... was the Utah State 4A leading scorer in 2004 ... named the 2004 Utah Valley MVP ... four-year varsity starter ... all-time scorer and assist leader at Timpanogos ... three-year team captain ... All-Region MVP in 2004 ... had 21 goals and 15 assists as a senior ... State Cup champion with Celtic Storm in 2001-03 ... team ranked 8th in the nation ... also lettered in cross country and basketball ... earned All-State honors in cross country.

Other College ...
Played at Dixie State College where she scored five goals and had two assists in 2006 ... played in 15 games, starting eight ... second on the team in points with 12 and tied for second in goals scored ... team won the District championship and national championship in 2005 ... 2005 NJCAA All-American.

Personal ...
Graduated from Timpanogos High School in 2005 with a 3.5 GPA ... was on the Honor Roll ... majoring in Exercise Science ... recruited by BYU, San Diego State, Oregon, Idaho State, Utah State and UNLV ... helped prepare older brother Jordan for the 2003 World Special Olympics in Ireland where he won a bronze medal in the 800 meters ... cousin-in-law (Justin Ena) played football for BYU, Tenessee Titans and the Philadelphia Eagles ... parents are Scott and Pam ... married to Shawn Yeats.