2008: Played in two games, including one start...Posted solo shutout, her eighth career blanking, against VCU (10/19) on Senior Day...Also blanked Akron (9/19) in the second half, contributing to another team shutout...Lowered career goals against average to 1.12 and raised career save percentage to .752
2007: Improved her career record to 18-9 with three wins, including one shutout against George Mason...Started five games and registered playing time in seven for the Lady Monarchs...Allowed just nine goals in nearly 500 minutes for a 1.69 GAA...Combined for shutout against Radford while grabbing a season-high five saves.
2006: Posted a 4-0-0 record in 8 games with two solo shutouts and one combined...Started four games for the Lady Monarchs...Only allowed three goals in just under 500 minutes...Recorded six saves in 2-1 win over Northeastern...Played the second half allowing one goal and had two saves against Wake Forest in the NCAA Tournament.
2005: Played in 18 games, started in 17...Made a total of 57 saves for a 0.74 save percentage...Only allowed 20 goals for a 1.24 goals against average and four shutouts which ranked sixth in the CAA.
Prep: Owen was named First Team All-Tidewater, First Team All-District, First Team All-Region and Second Team all-State as a junior. Owen, a team captain, won the Outstanding Defender Award and led her team to three district and regional championships and three state quarterfinals. Cox was ranked 19th nationally in the NSCAA high school poll and was ranked 4th regionally. She was also a captain for the field hockey team and was captain for the Beach FC Travel Soccer squad
Off the Field: Born November 9, 1986...Daughter of Paul and Rene Owen...Has a brother Adam Owen (19)...Goes by the nickname "Colbatron"...Favorite sports personality is Cal Ripken, Jr...Most impressive person she has ever met is her mom...Hobbies include playing golf...Favorite movie is "Imagine Me and You"...Person in history would most like to meet is Dale Earnhardt...Superstition: Wears something on her wrist at all times...Majoring in Sports Management.
On The Field