19 Lissi Lonsberry
Lissi Lonsberry


Southlake, Texas

High School:
Southlake Carroll




SMU Defeats Texas Southern, 1-0, In Home Opener

Freshman Vanessa Valadez Tallies First Career Goal


SMU Falls At Kansas, 3-0

Mustangs Return To Dallas For Home Opener On Friday


SMU Hosts Baylor For Fourth Spring Game On Sunday

Bears Won Two-Overtime Thriller on Sept. 12


Mustangs Announce Soccer Spring Schedule

SMU Looking To Gain Valuable Experience Against Challenging Opponents


Mustangs To Face Rice In First Round Of C-USA Tournament On Wednesday

SMU Looking To Avenge 3-2 Road Loss On Sept. 23


2014 SMU Women's Soccer Summer Camps

2014 SMU Women's Soccer Summer Camps


SMU vs. Colorado State - Aug. 30, 2013

SMU vs. Colorado State - Aug. 30, 2013

Lissi Lonsberry, 2013

2013 (So.): Appeared in 16 games, starting two... Totaled 612 minutes, including all 90 against No. 19 UCF on Oct. 27... Totaled two shots.

2012 (Fr.): Played in all 21 games, making two starts... Scored first career goal against New Mexico (8/31)... Took a season high four shots against Oral Roberts (8/24)... Played in a season high 66 minutes at Houston (9/21)... Tallied an assist at Rice (9/23)... Played in 769 minutes for the season, recording 18 shots.

Prep: Comes to SMU ranked as the No. 11 player in Texas according to TopDrawerSoccer and is in ESPNHS's Top 150... Plays club for the Dallas Texans... Helped lead the club to five North Texas State Cup championships since 2005, five-straight Region III Premier League championships, a national runner-up finish in 2009 and the 2008 Gothia Cup championship in Gothenburg, Sweden... Four-year letterwinner at Southlake Carroll.

Personal: Chose SMU for the campus, soccer facility and academics... Enjoys reading, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends... Lists Megan Rapinoe and Michelle Akers as her favorite athletes... Parents are Bruce and Lisa Lonsberry... Has one sister... Father played football at Northwestern State... Sister played basketball at Louisiana-Monroe.

8/31/12 vs. New Mexico (82')