There are many facets to CoCo Goodson.
There is the soft-spoken California girl who is quick with a smile, who is festooned with bracelets made by friends and loved ones that are attached more to her heart than the wrists on which they reside.
There is also the teeth-clinching competitor who grinds between the sidelines, who curtly instructs whining opponents to "shut up," and who would rather walk home from the tennis court steamed than ride in a car with a family member guilty of a questionable call on match point.
There are also the separate soccer incarnations.
There is the reluctant target forward whose size, strength and booming shot helped her share the team scoring lead as a freshman at Texas in 2008, when she was the Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Year.
And there is the ubiquitous center defender now starring for UC Irvine, who doesn't so much shut down strikers as lord over an opponent's entire attack. Her field vision helps her launch rockets to target forwards, while retaining explosive productivity as both a trigger and aerial flash point for set pieces.