Stevi Parker scores golden goal in the 94th minute
D'Angelo registers third shutout of the season
Sabrina D'Angelo records five saves
Taylor Leach scored her first career goal in the match
Senior season (2014)
• SEC Academic Honor Roll
Junior season (2013)
• SEC Academic Honor Roll
Sophomore season (2012)
• SEC Academic Honor Roll
Freshman season (2011)
• Our Game Magazine Team of the Week (Nov. 11)
• SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
IN THE RECORD BOOK:
• 4th -- Career game-winning assists (6)
• 8th -- Career matches played (91)
• 10th -- Career matches started (80)
• Shares senior record for matches played (25)
• Shares senior record for matches started (25)
2014: Started all 25 games at centerback, logged the fourth-most minutes on the team with 2,102...scored seven points on two goals and three assists...put eight of her five shots on frame...started the season with a game-winning assist to fellow senior centerback Taylor Leach at ECU (8/22)...recorded the game-winning assist in the following game as well, hitting Raina Johnson for a score against Samford (8/24)...recorded another assist against High Point (9/7), this time setting up Chelsea Drennan...scored the first goal of her collegiate career against Ole Miss (10/19) on a penalty kick in the eighth minute...scored her second goal just two games later, finding the back of the net on a first-half free kick at No. 6 Texas A&M (10/26) -- the first Gamecocks' goal in the series with the Aggies...fired a season-high three shots at Texas A&M, putting two on frame...in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11/14), helped keep No. 22 Clemson scoreless for 110 minutes before going to penalty kicks...made the second penalty kick for the Gamecocks as they advanced 4-3...stepped up for the second and third rounds of the NCAA Tournament with All-American goalkeeper Sabrina D'Angelo out for both games and fellow senior centerback Taylor Leach out for the Round of 16 contest...against Seattle (11/21) in the second round, matched a season-high with three shots, putting one on frame, also attempted a penalty kick in the shootout...two days later in the Round of 16 at No. 6 North Carolina, helped the Gamecocks to their third-straight NCAA Tournament shutout despite missing key personnel...played every minute of the last 12 contests of the season... Gamecocks allowed just 11 regular-season goals and finished the season with a 0.72 goals against average -- 26th nationally and first in the SEC -- after seeing just 18 balls hit the back of the net
2013: Started all 23 matches at center back ... Played 1,930 minutes ... Tallied three assists ... Recorded assist on eventual game-winning goal versus Auburn (9/27) ... Posted two-assist game in a 4-0 win over Georgia (11/6) in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament ... Part of defense that ranked 15th nationally in goals against average (0.59) and 25th in shutout percentage (.522) ... Tied for the second-most shutouts in a season in program history with 12 ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Started 20 of 21 matches for the Gamecocks, leading the team in minutes with 1963... scored four points on four assists... led the team with two game-winning assists, coming against Mercer (8/23) and LSU (10/12)...also logged assists at Vanderbilt (9/30) and against Ole Miss (10/14)...fired four shots with two coming on frame...during a five-game stretch in conference play, the Gamecocks limited Vanderbilt, Georgia, Tennessee, LSU and Ole Miss to only 17 shots on goal in 470 minutes of action.
2011: Played in 22 matches with 12 starts at defender ... Earned all of her starts at center back for the SEC's top-ranked defense ... Tallied two assists for two points ... Had breakout offensive game at LSU (10/20) with two assists, one coming on the game-winning goal ... Named to Our Game Magazine Team of the Week after blocking two shots inside the `18 and helping preserve a shutout in the NCAA First Round match against Texas (11/11) ... Team led the SEC regular season in nearly every major defensive category, including goals allowed (9), goals against average (0.79), shots on goal allowed (53) and points allowed (25) ... Averaged 71 minutes per game for a backline that limited seven of 11 SEC opponents to four shots on goal or less ... Also moved up to midfield early in the season ... Registered two shots with one on goal.
PRE-COLLEGE: Four-time All-District and All-Region (2008-11) ... First Team All-State (2011) ... First Team All-Met (2009, 2011) ... Second Team All-Met (2008, 2010) ... Team captain and MVP ... Played for McLean MPS Dragons club team (2000-10) ... 2007 Supery-Y Mid-Atlantic Champions ... Three-time state champion (2005, 2007, 2010) ... 2010 Region I champions ... Ranked No. 1 in the nation in 2009 and 2010 ... Also played for Bethesda Dragons (2010-11) ... Maryland state champions (2011) ... Also lettered in basketball and cheerleading ... Two-time first team All-district in basketball (2009-10).
PERSONAL: Full name is Andrea Elizabeth Romness ... Undecided major ... Chose USC over Virginia, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Georgia and Princeton ... Born November 14, 1992 ... Has two brothers and one sister ... Brother, David, played lacrosse at Clemson ... Mother, Suzanne, played tennis at Loyola Marymount ... Parents are Peter and Suzanne Romness.
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