1996: Missed most of the season due to an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury to her right knee...Played in the first six matches of the season as a backup midfielder for 117 minutes...
1995: 17 games (11 starts) for 758 minutes...Three assists for three points...Earned assists at Navy and against South Carolina...Registered first assist in UF soccer history on Aimee Wagstaff's second score in 4 0 shutout victory over Florida State in inaugural match.
High School: Three time all conference team member (1992 94)...MVP of high school boy's team as a senior (Shelby did not offer a girls' program)...Four year varsity letterwinner...Selected to All Star West squad at North Carolina State Games...Three year member of Raleigh Spartans' club team that won two state cups, the 1993 Junior Orange Bowl title and the 1995 U.S. National Cup...Member of North Carolina Olympic Development Program since 1993...Three time all conference in both cross country and track...Cross country and track conference MVP as a senior.
Personal: Born January 25, 1977...Daughter of Bruce and Sally Currie...1995 graduate of Shelby High School where she was coached by David Steeves...Recipient of Coaches' Award as Gators' Most Inspirational Player during 1995 season...Also considered Wake Forest and North Carolina Charlotte.
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