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The Word Made an immediate impact on the program after transferring from Maryland in 2004 ... outstanding attacking player ... excellent goal scorer who is an inspiration to her team mates with her ability and her work ethic ... after just one season, ranks seventh all-time in scoring and tied for fifth all-time in goals ... should have another stellar year ... selected as the MAAC Pre-Season Player of the Year as well as pre-season all-confrence.
2004 Season Led the team in scoring with a season record of 18 goals and seven assists for another season record of 43 points ...led the conference in points, goals and tied for second in assists ... was named All-Mid Atlantic Region third-team ... named the MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, conference first-team honors and all-tournament team ... finished the season ranked 12th in the nation in goals per game and 14th in points ... earned MAAC Player of the Week twice and soccer America Team of the Week once during the season ... opened the season with a three goal performance in a 3-2 win at William & Mary ... recorded two goals and an assist in a 4-1 win over Fairfield ... had three goal performances in wins over Rider (3-0) and Iona (4-0) ... scored one goal in wins over Texas State (5-0), James Madison (3-2), Marist (5-0), Manhattan (3-0), Niagara (1-0), Canisius (7-0) and Rider in the MAAC Tournament (1-0) ... also had assists against SJU, JMU, Fairfield, Saint Peter's, Manhattan, American and Canisius.
Before Loyola A two year starter for the Maryland Terrapin's women's soccer team ... finished third on the squad in scoring with five goals and five assists in 2003 ... scored first goal of 2003 against Towson ... nabbed a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over #23 Tennessee ... scored one of six Terrapin goals against James Madison ... tallied a goal in a 2-1 win over #24 Clemson ... had a goal and an assists in a 5-1 win over Wake Forest and a 2-1 win over Navy ... had an assists in the 201 win over Clemson at the ACC Tournament .. as a freshman, she led the Terps in scoring with 20 points ... was the first freshman to lead Maryland in scoring since 1995 ... named to the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Freshman Team as well as Soccer Buzz's All Mid-Atlantic Rookie Team ... tied for third in the ACC in game-winning goals with four in her rookie campaign ... posted career-high in goals in a game (two) and points (five) in 2002 ... has been in the U-21 national pool for two years ... helped the U.S. to the Nordic Cup Championship in Denmark as the world's top u-21 team ... was named the Maryland Player of the Year twice in high school ... also the two-time city/county player of the year and the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year in 001 ... scored 20 goals and added 15 assists throughout her career at McDonogh ... captained the squad as a senior ... named an NSCAA All-American twice and a Parade All-American ... earned the Old-Timer's Soccer Association of Maryland's Player of the Year award ... a two-time ESP All-Star ... played for the Maryland ODP, Regional ODP teams and the USYSA All-Star team ... a member of the U-16 and U-17 national team and was a part of the U-19 national team pool ... captained the U-17 team ... her club team, The Bethesda Dragons, naked No. 1 in the country .
Personal The daughter of Patty and Gary Andrzejewski, Ali Marie Andrzejewski was born in Baltimore, Md. ... has two brothers, Scott (18) and Luke (13) and a sister, Bridgette (8) ... plans to major in psychology.