Tori  Bailey

3Tori Bailey


Fenton, Mich.

High School:



  • Points: 3, last vs. Richmond 9/24/12
  • Assists: 1, 6x, last at Alabama 9/29/13
  • SOG: 2, 2x, last vs. Kentucky 10/12/12
  • Goals: 1, 6x, last at Mercer 9/8/13
  • Shots: 3, 3x, last at Vanderbilt 10/31/13
  • Minutes: 110, 3x, last vs. Auburn (SEC Tournament) 10/31/12

AS A SENIOR (2013)
  • Had two shots over 86 minutes vs No. 25 Ole Miss (10/4)
  • Assisted on Amy Neal's second goal at Alabama (9/29)
  • Two shots and 90 min vs No. 20 Texas A&M (9/20)
  • Played a season-high 97 minutes and had 3 shots in 0-0 tie with WKU (9/15)
  • Recorded her second goal of the season in 2-0 win at Mercer (9/8), scoring the winner in the 23rd minute
  • Assisted on Hannah Wilkinson's 36th-minute goal vs. Dayton (9/6)
  • Moved to the back line and played 85 minutes in win at No. 17 UCF (8/3)
  • Scored UT's first goal of season vs. Oklahoma (8/23) in 13th minute

AS A JUNIOR (2012)
  • Assisted Amy Harrison's header into the back of the net against LSU (10/14)
  • Scored the game winning goal against #11 Missouri (9/30)
  • Had assist on equalizer in 17th minute vs. Alabama (9/14)
  • Set new career high with 110 minutes played at Cal State Northridge (9/7)
  • Took two shots in 2-0 win over VCU (8/26)
  • Played 100 minutes in the overtime victory over William and Mary (8/24) and fired three shots
  • Started against both Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19)
  • Record her first goal of the season at WKU (8/19) in the ninth minute

  • Started all 22 matches as a newly-converted member of UT's defensive backline
  • Helped the UT defense tie the program record for fewest goals allowed (15) over the first 19 matches (2004-15 goals)
  • Chosen to the SEC All-Tournament Team
  • Played every second of the first NCAA Tournament action of her career, a 3-0 loss to Ohio State (11/12)
  • Made first goal of the season and of SEC play as a game winner vs. Vanderbilt (10/16)
  • Helped Tennessee to a blanking of high-powered Big 12 champion #18 Texas A&M, 1-0 (8/28)
  • Member of UT's backline that posted a school record five straight shutouts (#18 Texas A&M, MTSU, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Co. Carolina)
  • Started nine of her 19 matches in the midfield or up top
  • Registered a goal and two assists on just eight shots, four on frame
  • Drew action as a substitute in the overtime wins at Auburn (10/21) and versus Alabama (10/24)
  • Played 16 minutes as a sub against Vanderbilt (10/1) and eight minutes versus Kentucky (10/3)
  • Scored her first career goal and match winner against Richmond (8/29)
  • Assisted Alex Owen's game tying goal against Richmond (8/29)
  • Tabbed to the First Tennessee Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Posted her first assist as a Lady Vol against WKU (8/20)
  • First match at UT proved to be her first career start as she played 64 minutes in the 3-0 win against WKU (8/20)
  • Ventured to Rocky Top as a highly decorated player out of Fenton High School in Fenton, Michigan
  • The 4-11 midfielder/forward tallied an impressive 39 goals and 38 assists during her interscholastic career
  • Helped the 2009 Fenton soccer squad to Metro league, district and regional championships
  • Lead the 2008 Fenton team to the Michigan state semifinals
  • 2009 honorable mention ESPN/RISE Magazine All-American
  • 2009 Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) "Dream Team" choice
  • Four-time all-Metro and Division II All-State selection in soccer
  • Toiled for numerous seasons with the Michigan Olympic Development Program (ODP, 2004-09)
  • Spent three years with the Region II ODP, as part of adidas ESP and served as part of the U.S. National Pool in 2005
  • Played club soccer for the Vardar Soccer Club U-18 and with the Michigan Hawks (U-9 through U-17)
  • Finished ninth overall in the 2004 AAU National Cross Country Championships
  • Won a 2004 Junior Golf Club title and played both basketball and volleyball (as a freshman) at Fenton H.S
  • Chosen to the National Honor Society, participated as a mentor and tutor and was part of the 2009 Fenton Homecoming Court.
  • Currently enrolled in the College of Education, Health & Human Sciences at UT
  • Bailey's mother ran track and cross country for Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich.
  • Chose Tennessee over other high-profile soccer programs Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan State
  • Lists country star Taylor Swift as her favorite musician
  • Has a brother, Matthew, and a sister, Amanda
  • Victoria Margaret Bailey was born Dec. 30, 1991, in Flint, Mich
  • Her parents are Michael and Dawnali Bailey


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