Hill College Women's Soccer

Head Coach Paul Davenport

Head Coach Davenport

Davenport begins his 13th season as the Head Coach of the Hill College Men's and Women's Soccer programs.

Since joining the Hill College Soccer program, Davenport has established Hill Soccer as a regional and nationally respected program. Hill Soccer has achieved the following during Davenport’s time: 13 combined Region V titles, 3 District titles, and 6 trips to the NJCAA National Championship tournament.


  • First winning season (2013)
  • Men’s Region V title (2014, 2015, 2016, 2019)
  • Men’s Plains District title (2014, 2015)
  • Men’s first National Championships appearance - finished 5th (2014)
  • National Championship appearance - finished 5th (2015)
  • National Championship appearance - finished 11th (2016)
  • Men’s National ranking 10th (2015)
  • National ranking 10th (2015)
  • Men’s first National Player of the Week (2014)
  • Men’s first All-American (2015) All-American (2019)
  • Best record in school history 16-3-1 (2015)
  • Most goals scored, 70 (2015)
  • Longest win streak in school history, 14 (2015)
  • Most consecutive winning seasons in school history 7 (2013-2019)
  • Men’s Region Player of the Year (2014, 2015,2016, 2019)
  • Men’s Region V Tournament MVP (2014, 2015, 2016, 2019)
  • Hill College Men were 1 of only 3 schools in the nation to have qualified for 3 consecutive NJCAA National Championship Tournaments between (2014-2016).


  • Most goals scored in school history, 95 (2012)
  • #1 GAA in the nation with fewest goals against in school history, 5 (2017)
  • Most wins in a season, 15 (2019)
  • Women's Region V title (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
  • First District Title (2019)
  • Qualified for the first-ever NJCAA National Championship Tournament, finishing 5th (2019, 2021, 2022)
  • Beat most nationally ranked teams (3) (2019)
  • Women’s first National Player of the Week (2014)
  • Girls best record in school history, 14-0-1 (2017)
  • 3rd longest winning streak in the nation 14 wins (2017)
  • Most consecutive winning seasons in school history, 12 (2012-22)
  • Women nationally ranked in top 20 (2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
  • Women’s Region Player of the year (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
  • Women’s Region Tournament MVP (2015, 2016,2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
  • Women’s NJCAA All-American 7 (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
  • Undefeated record in all Region V play (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)

Davenport has been named the Plains District Coach of the Year in 2014 and 2015 and Region V Coach of the Year in 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. He was the only coach in the nation to manage both men's and women’s soccer programs to Regional Championships in 2014. Coach Davenport has also achieved 100+ wins during his time at Hill College including wins over #2 Illinois Central (2014), #4 Pima (2015), #4 Lewis & Clark (2019), #9 Rose State (2021), #11 Laramie (2022) at the National Championship Tournament. Hill Soccer has scored a total of 600 goals since Davenport has taken over. Davenport has been able to successfully move on men and women to all levels in collegiate soccer including NCAA D1, D2, D3, and NAIA D1 in the last 4 years to continue their college educations, with more than half receiving soccer scholarships to play.

Davenport’s collegiate coaching experience began at Texas Christian University where he served as Director of Operations for the women’s soccer team from 2008-2010. In 2011, he was named assistant coach at TCU before taking the job at Hill College. He was able to learn under Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year, Dan Abdalla.

Originally from Irving, Texas, Davenport attended Texas A&M-Commerce University where he was on the football team for a year before becoming a volunteer assistant with the women’s soccer program. He received his bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and later received his master’s degree in Education Administration from TCU. Along the way, he also coached at Nolan Catholic High School helping the boy’s team begin their run at multiple state titles under Head Coach Adam Clementson.

# Name Class Position Hometown
1 Shawna Morrow Shawna Morrow FR GK Stephenville, TX
2 Libbie Mayfield Libbie Mayfield FR D Burleson, TX
3 Jessel Gonzalez Jessel Gonzalez SO D Duncanville, TX
4 Liliana Meijia Liliana Meijia SO D Mesquite, TX
5 Daeja Armstrong Daeja Armstrong SO D Colleyville, TX
6 Isabel Duenez Isabel Duenez SO M San Marcos, TX
7 Kiarra Wright Kiara Wright FR F North Richland Hills, TX
8 Ella Brown Ella Brown SO D Klein, TX
9 Jami Anderson Jami Anderson  SO F Austin, TX
10 Nathalia Herreros Nathalia Herreros SO F Hutto, TX
11 Davia Richards Davia Richards FR F Kingston, Jamaica
12 Cali Triggs Cali Triggs FR M Mansfield, TX
13 Marisol Fraga Marisol Fraga SO M Bridgeport, TX
14 Gaia Chies Gaia Chies FR M Venice, Italy
15 Sarah Tate Sarah Tate SO M Burleson, TX
16 Jarelly Pacheco Jarelly Pacheco SO M Lake Worth, TX
17 Daisy Altamirano Daisy Altamirano FR F Duncanville, TX
18 Tianna Jones Tianna Jones SO M Hutto, TX
19 Christina Salmon Christina Salmon SO F Kingston, Jamaica
20 Raegan Dash Raegan Dash SO M Benbrook, TX
21 Elanna Yates Elanna Yates SO M Joshua, TX
28 Zoe Ellis Zoe Ellis SO GK Pflugerville, TX

NJCAA Schedule 2022 - 2023

Record: 15-3 overall; 7-0 conference

NJCAA National Tournament Qualifier (#2 Seed)

NJCAA South District Runner Ups

NJCAA Region V Champions (9th straight year)

1st Team All-American: Christina Salmon

Honorable Mention All-American: Liliana Meijia

NJCAA National Player of the Week: Zoe Ellis

All-Tournament - MVP: Jami Anderson

All-Tournament: Liliana Meijia, Daisy Altamirano, Ella Brown, Libbie Mayfield, and Christina Salmon

All-Conference/Region - Coach of the Year: Paul Davenport

All-Conference/Region - CO Player of the Year: Christina Salmon and Jami Anderson

All-Conference/Region: Liliana Meijia, Sarah Tate, Cali Triggs, and Ella Brown

Honorable Mention All-Conference/Region: Libbie Mayfield, Davia Richards, Daisy Altamirano, and Reagan Dash

United Soccer Coaches
All-South Region: Jami Anderson and Christina Salmon
All-American: Christina Salmon


Moving on
Player College Program
Fernanda Pena William Carey University Soccer
Juliana Gomez University of Mobile Soccer
Alondra Rangel University of Texas-Arlington Nursing
Isabel Solis Texas A&M International University Soccer
Kearcie Ahovelo Missouri Valley College Soccer
Madelyn Byrd East Central University Soccer
Mackenzie Miller Southern Methodist University Business


Moving on
Player College Program
Evan Melton Texas Southern University Soccer
Risa Yamada University of California - Davis Soccer
Jordan Edwards University of Texas - Permian Basin Soccer
Sara Mubanga Midwestern State University Soccer
Haylie Beard University of North Texas  Nursing


Moving on
Player College Program
Elli McCabe Central Methodist University Soccer
Damaris Cruz West Texas A&M University Soccer
Emilee Clark Rodgers State University Soccer
Paxstyn Spaulding University of West Florida Soccer
Dariana Recarte Alderson Broaddus University Soccer
Chayce Walker Alderson Broaddus University Soccer
Hannah Moran University of St. Mary Soccer
Destiny Keeble Alderson Broaddus University Soccer
Michaela Doyle East Texas Baptist University Soccer
Bayleigh Howard Austin College Soccer
Veaney Cazares Howard Payne University Soccer


Moving on
Player College Program
Olivia Rees Uni. of Texas-Permian Basin Soccer
Mirna Villalobos Huston-Tillotson University Soccer
Tristan Escamilia Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Uni. Business
Victoria Tucker University of Texas-Arlington Nursing
Gaby Saldana Midwestern State University Business
Katherine Reid University of Texas Biology


Moving on
Player College Program
Renaisha Mitchell Alabama A&M University Soccer
Julia Tucker University of the Southwest Soccer
Aubrey Parent Texas State University Business
Jeanette Guia University of Texas Arlington Business
Mia Scott Uni. of Texas Permian Basin Soccer


Moving on
Player College Program
Audrey Sierra-Bogan Wayland Baptist University Soccer
Alex Thompson Howard Payne University Soccer
Brooke Gibbs Howard Payne University Soccer
Bailey Holybee Texas Wesleyan University Soccer
Cheyanne Moore Texas Wesleyan University Soccer
Haley Baltrhop St. Gregory's University Soccer
Bailey Holybee Texas Wesleyan University Soccer


Moving on
Player College Program
Kendall Harris SW Oklahoma State Uni. Soccer
Drea Molina  Texas Wesleyan University Soccer
Mattie Morris Texas Wesleyan University Soccer
Rayvn Gilbert Prairie View A&M University Soccer
Jasmine Guerra Rogers State University Soccer
Jo Noble Rogers State University Soccer
Amy Joya Texas A&M International Uni. Soccer
Savannah Melton Rogers State University Soccer
Liz Campos Paul Quinn College Soccer
Leslie Torres Paul Quinn College Soccer


Moving on
Player College Program
Kallie Moores Texas College Soccer
Conner Harwood Centenary College Soccer


Moving on
Player College Program
Heather Baird University of Texas-Tyler Soccer
Kelly Van Heule University of Texas-Tyler Soccer
Maegan Godfrey West Texas A&M University Nursing
Dani Garcia Texas Woman's University Soccer
Lindsey Sepich University of Texas-Arlington Marketing
Sabra Holubec Midwestern State University Biology
Doneylle Prince Texas A&M Commerce Uni. Nursing
Ariel Marroquin University of Texas- Arlington Nursing


Moving on
Player College Program
Lauren Sander McMurray University Soccer
Ashley White McMurry University Soccer
Liz Gutierrez Baylor University Nursing
Traci Cooper Baylor University Speech Pathology
Jessica Martin Oklahoma Wesleyan Uni. Soccer
Ciara Smith Oklahoma Wesleyan Uni. Soccer
Courtney English Northwood University Soccer
Clara Martin Northwood University Soccer
Jessica Gomez Northwood University Soccer
Jennecia Walker Northwood University Soccer

Region V Champions 2021, Nationals 5th place 2021

Region V Champions 2020

Region V Champions 2019, District Champions 2019, Nationals 5th place 2019

Region V Champions 2018

Region V Champions 2017

Region V Champions 2016

Region V Champions 2015

Region V Champions 2014