A stalwart along the Tigers' backline, Kortney played in and started all 18 games for the Tigers. Played every minute in the Tigers' 1-1 draw with Cal State Northridge on Sept. 30 as she was on the field for a career-high 110 minutes. Offensively, she took 10 shots on the year with two on frame. Off the field, Kortney was named to the All-Big West Academic Team for the second straight season.
Played in 17 games, with two starts, logging 637 minutes. Started contests at Hawai’i, Aug. 20, and Stanford, Sept. 12. Played a season-high 78 minutes in the Tigers scoreless draw against Hawai’I on Sept. 26. Recorded four shots on the season. Earned a yellow card in Pacific’s 1-1 tied at No. 16 California. After the season, the sophomore earned Academic All-Big West honors in her first year of eligability.
Making 15 starts in 17 games played her freshman year, Agdeppa easily transitioned to the Division I level seeing significant time in every match played. Kortney contributed early on, scoring one goal in Pacific’s 3-2 victory over Hawai’i on Sept. 6 -- the first time Pacific has ever defeated the Rainbow Wahine on their own turf. Kortney’s defense also helped the Tigers to one of their lowest goals allowed tally in program history with only 17 goals scored by opponents to Pacific’s own 29 goals in 2009. Agdeppa’s goal in the game against Hawai’i was her only shot on goal that season, making her shots on goal percentage a perfect 1.000.
Kortney joined the Tigers in 2009 after earning four varsity letters on the soccer field for the Flames. A two-time San Joaquin Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year, Agdeppa won the award each of her last two seasons including a unanimous selection as the league’s top defender in 2008. As a freshman, she garnered all-league honors for her play in Lodi’s backfield. In addition to her on field awards, Agdeppa was a scholar athlete in each of her first three years at Lodi, earning the Principal’s Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement.
Agdeppa served as a member of the San Juan SC-Northern California team. In May of 2008, she and the rest of the San Juan SC took home the Cal Cup championship in the tournament held in Sacramento, Calif. Additionally, the San Juan SC were finalists at Surf Cup in San Diego in 2008. On Jan. 29, 2009, Soccer America named the San Juan SC No. 10 on its list of the 30 Best Youth Clubs in America.
Born in Lodi, Calif., she is the daughter of Paul Agdeppa and Shirley Murphy. Kortney has two older sisters, Heather and Lindsay. She is majoring in Sport Pedagogy while at Pacific.