Sophomore season (2015)
• SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 6)
Freshman season (2014)
• Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (Nov. 25)
• SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
IN THE RECORD BOOK:
• 9th -- Career shutouts (5)
• 9th -- Single-season goals against average (0.80, 2015)
2015: Appeared in net in 10 matches and made eight starts throughout the season...allowed just six goals on the year and ranked second among SEC goalkeepers in goals against average (0.80)...recorded a team-best three shutouts, earning clean sheets against Colgate (9/4), Alabama (9/27) and Auburn (10/8)...finished the season with 13 saves and a 6-1 record...totaled 675 minutes in net.
2014: Played in four contests, making three starts after two-time All-American Sabrina D'Angelo went down with an injury before the second round of the NCAA Tournament...played 56 shutout minutes in a 2-0 win over Ole Miss (10/19) after D'Angelo tweaked her knee in the first half and collected two saves as she preserved the shutout effort...got her first collegiate starting nod against Seattle (11/21) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament after a wrist injury ended D'Angelo's collegiate career...played 110 minutes without allowing a goal and posted three saves to help get the Gamecocks get to penalty kicks for the second-straight contest...made two saves in PKs to move South Carolina to the Round of 16 for just the second time in school history...earned her second shutout of the weekend and her career against No. 6 North Carolina, tallying three saves, including a shot from point-blank range in the final minute of the contest to send the Gamecocks to their first NCAA Quarterfinal...faced No. 2 Florida State in the South Carolina's first Elite Eight appearance in just her third collegiate start...face 17 Seminole shots, making two saves in the 5-0 loss.
PRE-COLLEGE: Enrolled in January 2014 ... North Carolina ODP member from 2007-2012 ... Attended ODP region camp from 2009-2012 ... Named to All-State, All-Region and All-Conference teams at Pinecrest from 2010-2012 ... Team reached fourth round of the state playoffs in 2011 and 2012.
PERSONAL: Abbey Lynn Crider ... Born March 7, 1996 ... Daughter of Terri and Chris Crider ... Plans on majoring in media arts ... Hobbies include doing anything music related and surfing ... Chose South Carolina over College of Charleston.