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Amy Smerdzinski
Amy Smerdzinski

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chantilly, Va.

High School:
Chantilly

Height:
5-3

Position:
Midfielder

Birthdate:
12/16/1986

2008: Started all 21 games during senior season ... Tied for second on the team with six goals and also added two assists ... Selected to travel to Spain with U.S. U-23 Women's National Team in February 2009 ... Named All-ACC Second Team ... Named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II Second Team ... Received All-State Women's Soccer Team honors from the NCCSIA ... Assisted on the game-winning goal in the season opener against Utah (8/22) ... Scored first goal of the season against UNC Greensboro (9/19) ... Tallied second goal of the year against North Carolina (10/5) ... Added insurance goal in second half against Clemson (10/12) ... Scored the equalizing goal in victory at Virginia Tech (10/30) ... Recorded the game-winning goal in regular season finale at nationally-ranked Virginia (11/2) ... Gave Wake Forest an early lead with a goal against Virginia (11/5) in ACC Tournament quarterfinals ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

2007: Played in all 23 games and started in 21 ... Recorded five goals ... Among leaders in assists with three ... Second in total shots with 47 ... Started nine ACC matches ... Second in game-winning goals with two, posted against Brown (Sept. 21) and Miami (Nov. 4) ... Second Team All-ACC ... Academic All-ACC ... Top Drawer Soccer College Team of the Season ... Advanced to final phase of the U.S. U-23 training camp over the summer.

2006: One of only two returning players that started and played in all 23 contests ... Had game-winning goals vs. Syracuse (Sept. 1), Virginia Tech (Sept. 24) and Virginia (Nov. 1) ... Had one assist vs. Davidson (Sept. 15) ... Helped hold Davidson to just one shot ... Helped Deacon defense post 12 shutouts, tying the current school record ... ACC All-Academic.

2005: Played in every game and earned starts in 11 of the 19 matches ... Scored one goal and added one assist ... Fired 16 shots ... Scored the game-winner in the season opener against UNC Wilmington ... Took two shots against Santa Clara ... Earned first career start against UNC Greensboro ... Earned her first career assist against Boston College ... Fired a season-high four shots against Clemson ... Started the last seven games of the season.

Background: Named all-district, all-region, Washington Post All-Metro first teams ... Selected as Region and District Player of the Year as a sophomore ... All-Metro Player of the Year as a junior ... Competed for the Chantilly/RFC Milan club team for 10 years ... State Cup Champions (1996-2003) ... Regional Champions (1999-2002) ... National runner-up in 2001 and 2002 ... Golden Boot winner at the 2001 National Championships ... Virginia State ODP team member from 1999-2005 ... Region I Team 2001 and 2002 ... Region I Pool 1999-2002 and 2005 ... National Camp from 2001-02 ... Chose WFU over Virginia, Villanova and Tennessee.

Personal: Born Dec. 16, 1986 ... Daughter of Karen and Gary Smerdzinski ... Major is Communication.

Career Stats

YearGP-GSShotsGoalsAssistsPointsGWG
200519-11161131
200623-23504193
200723-234753132
200821-213862142
Totals86-78151167398
 

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