Allison M. (Davis) Palmquist

Allison M. (Davis) Palmquist (Medina Senior HS) lettered four times in women's soccer from 1990-1994 and was Walsh's first women's soccer All-American. The most prolific scorer in women's soccer history with an explosive right foot, Davis is the all-time leader in practically every offensive category. Allison was selected first team All-Great Lakes Region three times (1990, 1991, 1992) and second team in 1994 and was first team All-Ohio twice (1990, 91). She earned honorable mention NAIA All-American in 1990 and 1991 and was first team NSCAA All-American in 1991. Davis burst onto the scene as a forward in 1990 and scored a Walsh record 18 goals, a record that still stands. Davis tallied 38 points as a freshman. As a sophomore, she scored 14 goals and dished out five assists for 33 points. Her junior year was a record setting season, as Allison scored six goals in a single game against Hiram, a record that still stands. Davis tallied 15 goals for the season. Her senior season may have been her best. Allison dished out a career best seven assists and scored 17 goals for a career and Walsh record 41 points. She is first in career goals (64) and points (143) and is tied for second in career assists with 15.