Jeannelle Scheper named as President's Award winner at annual event.
Junior midfielder Taylor Leach scores game winner in 15th minute.
South Carolina earned its second-ever national seed
Leach joins D'Angelo on first team; Drennan named to freshmen team.
Drennan ties single-game assist record.
South Carolina vs. Furman, NCAA First Round (11/15/13)
2013 NSCAA First Team All-America
2013: Started all 23 games in goal, playing every minute ... Named NSCAA First Team All-America honors and Scholar All-America honors ... Became the program's first semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy award ... NSCAA First Team All-South Region selection ... Received SEC Defensive Player of the Year accolades for the second time in her career ... Selected to the All-SEC First Team ... Named TopDrawerSoccer Best XI first team Soccer America MVPs second team ... Recorded second most shutouts in a season in school history with 12 ... Ranked seventh nationally in shutouts and led the SEC ... Posted a 0.59 goals against average, ranking 18th in the nation ... Recorded 57 saves ... Posted seven shutouts in the first eight games of the season ... Named to TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week (8/27) after shutting out No. 7 Duke, 1-0, on the opening weekend of the season ... Selected to SEC All-Tournament Team ... Awarded the university's Female Athlete of the Year ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Started 16 of 17 matches after missing the first four games of the South Carolina season playing in the U20 Women's World Cup for her native Canada...D'Angelo registered 16 saves, one shutout and stopped a penalty kick against Norway in the tournament...returned to the Gamecocks registering two saves in her first game back against Clemson (9/1) and a shutout against ECU (9/9) in her second match back...faced 170 shots during the season, allowing 21 goals and amassing 55 saves...invited to Canada's EXCELeration Program...is third all-time in South Carolina history in career saves with 130, sixth in career shutouts with 7 and third in goals against average at 0.99
2011: Started 20 of South Carolina's 21 matches, including becoming the fourth freshman to ever start a season opener at South Carolina ... Soccer America All-Freshman First Team ... NSCAA First Team All-South Region ... Only freshman named to All-South Region first team, and only freshman goalkeeper in the nation to make an All-Region team - a group that includes 26 goalkeepers over eight regions ... Named the SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Year, SEC Freshman of the Year and SEC Goalkeeper of the Year in her rookie season ... First player in SEC history to earn two Player of the Year honors in the same season ... First Team All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman Team selection ... Only freshman in the conference to be named First Team All-SEC ... Named semifinalist for the All White Kit Rookie of the Year award, Golden Glove Award and International Player of the Year award ... Finished fifth among the nation's freshmen in goals against average and 10th among the nation's freshmen in save percentage ... Set South Carolina freshman records for goals against average, save percentage, games played, games started and wins (14) ... Lead the SEC in goals against average (0.80) and was second in save percentage (.824) for all matches ... In conference matches only, lead the SEC in goals against average (0.80) and was second in save percentage (.816) ... Registered a career high eight saves at Georgia ... Was the first South Carolina goalkeeper to ever earn an offensive point with an assist at Georgia off a free kick ... Just fourth Gamecock freshman goalkeeper to start a season opener with a 4-0 shutout at East Carolina ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week after playing 160 minutes of shutout soccer on the road at Mississippi State and Ole Miss ... Registered four saves in solo shutout against Texas in the NCAA First Round, becoming the first South Carolina goalkeeper to win her first NCAA match in goal and the first to post a shutout in her first NCAA match in goal ... Named to the Our Game Magazine Team of the Week after her NCAA shutout ... Faced a career high 26 shots at Stanford in the NCAA Second Round ... After one season, her career goals against average ranks second all-time at South Carolina.
PRE-COLLEGE: Two-year member of Canadian U17 national team ... Five-year member of Ontario Provincial Team (2006-11) ... Two-year member of Region Team ... Starting keeper for Canada at 2010 U17 World Cup in Trinidad & Tobago ... Quarterfinalist at 2008 U17 World Cup in New Zealand ... Gold Medalist at 2010 U17 CONCACAF Championships in Costa Rica, including shutout of Team USA to earn a spot at U17 World Cup ... Bronze Medalist at 2008 U17 CONCACAF Championships in Trinidad & Tobago ... Bronze Medalist at 2006 U16 National All-Stars ... Competed in 2010 Four Nations tournament ... Played for Welland Soccer Club and Canadian National Development Team.
PERSONAL: Full name is Sabrina D'Angelo ... Exercise science major ... Chose USC over Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio State and Penn State ... Born May 11, 1993 ... Has an older brother, Derek ... Parents are Gerry and Bonnie D'Angelo.