|High School:||Alta HS|
Tashia was the Tigers' keeper in 13 matches last year, including eight starts. She averaged 3.8 saves per match, preventing 50 attempts from going through the net. She had a season-high eight saves on Sept. 7, as Pacific posted a 1-0 win over Oregon. Tashia allowed 24 goals in 13 games.
The Tigers starting keeper in all 18 games in 2011, Long played every minute in net for Pacific as she tallied 1650:02 minutes on the year. In 18 games, Long picked up 62 saves and allowed 27 goals against while tallying six shutouts. From Sept. 2 against Sacramento State until Sept. 18 against Arizona State, Long did not allow a goal as the sophomore posted four-consecutive shutout victories in goal for the Tigers before a 1-0 loss to the Sun Devils. Long posted 530:36 consecutive minutes between goals allowed during her run of shutouts.
Played in six games, starting one contest. Long started the second half in five games, and in 328 minutes of action, stopped 29 of 33 shots faced, with 13 saves, a 1.10 goals against average and two shared shutouts. Made her first career appearance against Wagner on Aug. 21. Long allowed one goal on nine shots against No. 2 Stanford on Sept 12. Turned in a career-best eight saves in the Tigers’ 1-1 tie with No. 16 Cal on Sept. 19 in 65 minutes of the double-overtime contest. Turned in a shutout second half against both Montana on Sept 24, and Hawai’i on Sept. 26. Tallied three saves in a 1-0 loss to UC Irvine on Oct. 1.
High School (2009)
Long came to Pacific from Alta High School in Sandy, Utah. With a combined 74-6 record in her four years with the Hawks, Long helped lead the team to four consecutive Utah Division 5A state titles. She was an all-state selection in both her junior and senior seasons at Alta HS.
Tashia Long was born in Sandy, Utah and is the daughter of Matt and Jeni Long. She three younger siblings: Mati, Aubrey and Alexa. In her free time she enjoys long boarding and water skiing. She is a sports medicine major.