Jeannelle Scheper named as President's Award winner at annual event.
Drennan ties single-game assist record.
South Carolina faces first home/road weekend.
SEC Quarterfinal loss ends season
2013: Started all 23 matches ... Led all field players with 2,026 minutes as a defensive midfielder ... Averaged 88 minutes per game ... Recorded three assists ... Named to CS360 Primetime Performers of the Week (8/26) after wins over UNCW and No. 7 Duke ... Tallied assist on the game-winner in a 2-0 defeat over SMU (9/8) ... Notched an assist one the game-winning goal minutes into the first overtime at Tennessee (10/6) ... Had an assist in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Furman (11/15) ... Named South Carolina's Scholar Female Athlete of the Year ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Started 16 of her 17 appearances...tallied two points on assists...had the game-winning assist against ECU (9/9)...added her second assist against Arkansas in the opening round of the SEC Tournament (10/29)...logged five shots, two on goal.
2011 - Started all 23 matches as a defensive midfielder ... Averaged 87 minutes per game on the season, and her 2004 minutes were the second-most on the team ... Earned an assist on the game-winning goal at Ole Miss (10/16) ... Registered 12 shots and three on goal ... Helped lead the top defense in the SEC from her holding midfield position, including limiting seven of 11 SEC opponents to four shots on goal or less.
2010 - Played in all 25 games and made 23 starts as a defensive midfielder ... A workhorse that averaged 89 minutes per game on the season, and her 2228 minutes were the third-most on the team ... Earned an assist against Clemson (9/10) ... Registered 11 shots, including three at Kentucky (9/26) ... Named to Gamecock Courtyard Cup All-Tournament Team ... Helped lead the nation's 17th-ranked defense from her holding midfield position, including limiting a streak of 11 opponents to four shots on goal or less ... Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
PRE-COLLEGE: Participated in Adidas ESP Camp (February 2008) ... Participated in National Red Bull League (2007-08) ... Two-time Missouri ODP team selection (2005-06) ... ODP Region Pool (2006) ... Two-time honorable mention all-conference (2007,2009) ... Played for St. Louis Scott Gallagher club team ... Club team captain (2006-09) ... Missouri State Cup champions (2005-06, 2009) ... Three-time USYSA Region II tournament participant.
PERSONAL: Full name is Elizabeth Sinclair ... Majoring in accounting ... Chose USC over Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Memphis, Indiana and Missouri ... Born April 2, 1992 ... Has three brothers and one sister ... Father (Dan) played football at Washington University of St. Louis ... Cousins (Kimberly and Sally Sinclair) played soccer at Saint Louis University ... Cousin (Michelle) played field hockey at Saint Louis University ... Cousin (Lori) played field hockey at Missouri State ... Cousin (Matt) played football at Illinois ... Cousin (Elizabeth Grana) played basketball at Knox College ... Parents are Daniel and Mary Sinclair.
WHY USC?: All the pieces of the puzzle fit together for me at South Carolina. I love the school, the soccer program, the coaches and the girls!!! When I visited, I experienced one of those gut feelings where I knew USC is where I belonged.