2013: In her second season on the field, Addo turned out to be one of USAO’s most significant players. She was second on the team in nearly every offensive category. She captured 11 goals for the season and helped with five assists. She tallied 27 points, 47 shots and 25 shots on goal while leading the team in shooting percentage. Her lone game-winning goal was the final game of the regular season in a 3-0 win over Northwood University. She earned All-Conference First Team and Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors.
2012: After redshirting a year, Addo quickly became the Drovers’ leading scorer, notching 15 goals and three assists for the season. Three of her goals for the season were game-winners, including in the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament against Lubbock Christian, where she scored both USAO goals. She had a hat trick in an October win over Mid-American Christian. She also ended the season with the best shooting percentage at 0.366. She was named All-Conference First Team for her efforts.
High School: Addo joins the Drovers from Tema, Ghana, where she learned to play the sport.
Interesting Fact: Is camera shy
Advice to Freshmen: Play hard