- Daniela Sanchez
- 5' 8"
- Miami, Fla. (Coral Gables Senior H.S.)
2007: Appeared in every match, starting 12…Hit UF’s final goal in 5-0 win over LSU…Successfully converted penalty kick in NCAA Second Round action versus UCF…Played the entirety of the Sept. 21 UF-FAU and Sept. 7 UF-USF matches…Left Sept. 28 Georgia match after suffering ankle injury and did not return to match…Started next match at No. 10 Tennessee, playing 39 minutes…One of Florida's four captains.
2006: Appeared in 22 matches, starting 18… Voted a team tri-captain by teammates…Assisted on the opening goal of UF’s 3-2 NCAA Round of 16 loss at UCLA…Hit first goal of season at Alabama…Played the entire 90 minutes at then-No. 17 Auburn and at Vanderbilt…Also played complete match versus Mississippi, Arkansas, LSU, Loyola (Ill.) and Marquette…Member of 2006 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
2005: Appeared in every match at center midfield, starting 14…Started the last seven matches with complete games in the last five…Had two shots versus South Carolina …Fourth on the team in minutes played (1,220)…Scored her first goal of the season against Kentucky…Headed in a corner kick for second goal of season in the following match versus Vanderbilt.
2004: Appeared in every match but three, starting the first 14…Turned in first collegiate goal versus Tennessee (Oct. 1)…Assisted on two goals versus Florida International…Also posted assists at Florida State and versus Rutgers…Minutes limited in later portion of season due to injury…SEC Academic Honor Roll member.
2003:Sat out 2003 season recovering from right anterior cruciate ligament surgery…Member of the 2004 SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll.
High School: 2003 Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) 4A All-State team member…Miami Herald’s 2003 4A Player of the Year…Led Coral Gables Senior to the district championship all four years…Member of Coral Gables High School team that was the 2000 Florida State High School Class 6A runner-up and reached the state semifinals in 2001…All-Dade County first-team member as a sophomore, junior and senior and received honorable mention honors in 2000…Most Valuable Player of the Carrolton Classic as a sophomore…Winner of the Gatorade Will to Win Award as a sophomore and junior…Dade County’s leading point scorer (male or female) with a school-record 50 goals as a senior …Turned in two double hat-trick games as a senior…Team captain as a junior and senior and CGHS MVP in 2003.
Club: Four-year member of the Miami Premier club team and coaches included Alex Sanchez, Jim Blankenship and Lisa Oyen…Helped the Premier to the championship game of the Orange Classic in 2000 and 2001.Major: Family Youth and Community Sciences
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