Liz Anne


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Height: 5'10"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Orange Park, Fla.
High School: Clay
Other College: Mississippi State


Honors & Awards:

  • Dean's List – Spring 2019 Semester

2018 (Mississippi State): Played in five matches this season … made her debut in the first half at Stephen F. Austin (8/19) where she played 15 minutes and took one shot … came off the bench at Memphis (8/23) for 18 minutes … saw the field for 17 minutes against Austin Peay (9/2) … took two shots in 14 minutes against Louisiana Tech (9/9) … made her goalkeeping debut at No. 9 Auburn (9/14), coming on for the final 7:23 and allowing one goal.

Prep: Prepped at Clay High School in Green Cove Springs, Fla., for coach Stephanie Waugh ... rated a three-star prospect by TopDrawerSoccer ... was team captain as a junior and senior ... two-time first-team all-district selection ... led her team to back-to-back district runner-up finishes in 2016 and 2017 ... scored 11 or more goals in her four varsity seasons ... played part of her senior season, scoring 11 goals and adding 6 assists ... netted a career-high 18 goals as a junior and added 13 assists ... scored 16 goals while dishing out 15 assists as a sophomore ... four-sport athlete at Clay ... all-region performer on the golf course ... also a football standout for CHS, being named special teams player of the game five times ... named overall team MVP of her flag football team ... played club soccer for United Soccer Alliance for coach Luis Torres ... Graduated in the top 10 percent of her high school class ... earned the Scholar-Athlete award for each of her sports played—soccer three times and football twice, while also earning it once each for golf and flag football ... volunteered three summers in the Teenage Volunteer program at St. Vincent’s Medical Center.

Personal: Born Elizabeth Anne Fogarty on May 30, 2000 ... daughter of Tim and Laura Fogarty ... has a brother, Mike ... majoring in business.

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