Allie Sadow
Allie  Sadow


Charlotte, N.C.

High School:
South Mecklenburg



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2009: One of four players on the team to play in all 24 games and also made 22 starts ... Finished third on the team in points with 15, scoring four goals and seven assists ... Set a new school record with 91 career games played ... Also ranks fourth in school history with 19 career assists ... Named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III First Team ... Started as a forward in regular season opener against High Point and had an assist ... Assisted on two goals in 5-0 victory against UNC-Wilmington ... Scored first goal of the season in 1-0 win at Kentucky ... Notched fourth assist of the season on Jordan Feger's game-winning goal against Clemson ... Recorded fifth assist of the season against Florida State ... Tallied third multi-goal game of career against NC State, scoring a pair of goals ... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week after performance against the Wolfpack ... Tied the match against Virginia Tech at one with her fourth goal of the season ... Recorded an assist in NCAA Tournament victories against Kennesaw State and West Virginia ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

2008: Saw time in every game during the 2008 season, and also made 17 starts ... Tied for second in goals on the team with six and tied for second in assists with four ... Scored the game-winning goal in overtime victory against Utah (8/22) ... Tallied one goal in each of the first four games of the season ... Scored the game-winning goal and added an assist against George Washington (9/5) ... Added second assist of the season against Charlotte (9/12) ... Scored fifth goal of the season against Cal State Fullerton (9/14) ... Found the back of the net in conference-opening victory against Maryland (9/25) ... Assisted on Amy Smerdzinski's game-winning goal at Virginia (11/2) ... Assisted on the game-tying goal against Virginia (11/5) in the ACC Tournament ... Named to All-ACC Academic Women's Soccer Team ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

2007: Played in all 23 games, posting 19 starts ... Scored six goals with four of them coming in ACC play ... Scored two goals in the Virginia Tech game (Sept. 27) ... Scored game-winner against Boston University in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 16) ... Among top scorers on team ... Second Team All-ACC ... Academic All-ACC ... ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 3rd team ... Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week ... Posted opening goal in Wake's 2-0 win over Georgia during the spring exhibition season.

2006: Played all 23 games with 17 starts ... Recorded six goals and four assists in 2006, the most of any returning player ... Had two game-winners (vs. James Madison, Wyoming) ... Had first career start in season opener vs. Santa Clara (Aug. 25) ... Netted season high two goals vs. Wyoming (Sept. 2) ... Registered other goals vs. Syracuse (Sept. 1), James Madison (Sept. 10), UNC Wilmington (Sept. 17), Clemson (Oct. 15) ... Invited to U-20 Women's National Camp ... Soccer Buzz freshman All-American ... ACC All-Academic.

Background: Three-year letterwinner at South Mecklenburg HS for head coach Jim Lynch ... A top-75 recruit by Soccer Buzz Magazine ... Named to the adidas/NSCAA All Region III team in 2004-05 ... Two-time all-state honoree (2004-05) ... The 2004 regional player of the year ... Three-time all-region selection (2003-05) ... 2004 conference player of the year ... All-conference 2003-05 ... Named to the Charlotte Observer All-Observer Team in 2004 and 2005 ... Charlotte Observer's 2004 Player of the Year ... Team MVP 2004-05 ... Competes on the club level with Charlotte SC coached by Ben Parry ... Five-time North Carolina State Cup Champions (2000, '02-03, '05-06) ... Finalists in 2001 and '04 ... 2004 WAGS "A" Flight Finalist ... 2005 Super Y North American Championship finalist ... Competed on the North Carolina ODP Team from 2001-05 ... Last two years coached by Tony da Luz ... Invited to the 2004 National Camp (U-16) ... 2003 adidas ESP Camp participant ... 2003-05 Region III ODP Team ... A National Honor Society member ... Wendy's Heisman Nominee.

Personal: Born July 8, 1988 in Dayton, Ohio ... Daughter of Eric and Diane Sadow ... majoring in health and exercise science.

Career Stats

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