- Ansley Myrick
- 5' 9"
- Atlanta, Ga. (The Lovett School)
2006: Appeared in four matches, missing six weeks of action after a right medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain Aug. 30…Successfully converted Florida's final penalty kick versus Marquette to advance the Gators to the NCAA Round of 16...Made her third appearance of the season Oct. 22 against LSU…Also contributed 17 minutes at South Carolina…Appeared on backline versus Kennesaw State…Member of 2006 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
2005: Appeared on Gator backline in 15 matches, recording six starts including the last three…Had two complete matches including season-high minutes (102) versus Illinois in NCAA Tournament play…Recorded shots versus Georgia and South Carolina…SEC Academic Honor Roll member.
2004: Appeared on Gator backline in seven matches…Assisted on final goal in 4-1 win over Georgia…Turned in season-high minutes (48) in regular-season finale at South Carolina…SEC Academic Honor Roll member.
2003: Played in 23 matches with 15 starts…Started the last 12 matches at center back for the Gators… Averaged 60.2 minutes per contest…Turned in first assist on UF’s first goal in the SEC Tournament opening round win versus Vanderbilt…Member of the 2004 SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Member of The Lovett School’s state championship team in 2001…Lovett was runner-up in the 2002 and ’03 tournament…Coached by Tony Patino…Voted Most Valuable Player by her teammates her senior year in soccer and as a sophomore for the basketball team.
Club: Played five years with the Concorde Soccer Club in Atlanta, which won the state championship tournament for the 2002-03 season and was runner-up in the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons…Voted Concorde’s Best Defensive Player for the 2002-03 season…Coached by Adam Fuller…Competed on the Olympic Development Program (ODP) ’85 Georgia team that finished third in the nation in 2003…2004 Region III ODP pool player…Georgia ODP team member in 2002, ’03 and ’04.
PERSONAL…Born June 23, 1985 in Atlanta, Ga.…Daughter of Dick and Julia Myrick…Father lettered in basketball at Davidson, and mother lettered in basketball and track at Westminster…Has one older brother, Chip, who plays offensive tackle for Clemson…Vice-President of both the German Club and the Diversity Awareness Club…Awarded Community Service Award her freshman year…Received the Science Award for excellence in physics…Awarded The Lovett School's 2003 William Conley Award, presented for leadership and excellence in athletics and academics…Anchored the 2000 regional champion 400m relay team…Was voted to the Atlanta Tip-Off Club's All-Region Team for basketball in 2001, 2002 and 2003…Hobbies include sign language and hopes to one day work with deaf children…Also considered Vanderbilt, Mississippi, William & Mary and Boston University in the recruiting process.
Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders
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