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Corinna Zullo

  • position Forward
  • height 5-3
  • class Fifth Year
  • Hometown Flemington, NJ
  • High school Hunterdon Central Regional High School
  • position Forward
  • height 5-3
  • class Fifth Year
  • Hometown Flemington, NJ
  • High school Hunterdon Central Regional High School

Corinna Zullo Bio

AWARDS:

Junior Season (2022)
· SEC Preseason Watch List
· SEC Academic Honor Roll
· CSC (formerly CoSIDA) Academic All-District
Sophomore season (2021)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll
Freshman season (2020-21)
· TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week (Week 7)
· First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

2023: Tied a career-high 17 starts, making appearances in all 21 matches…secured second-most assists on team (3) and fifth-most points (7)…took 27 shots (third most on team) with 13 on-goal…had the game-winning goal in the 3-1 SEC opener win against Vanderbilt (Sept. 15)…scored the lone goal in the 1-1 tie with Missouri (Oct. 8)…played a season-high 66 minutes in NCAA second-round game against Stanford (Nov. 17)…SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll…

2022: Appeared in all 24 matches, making a career-high 17 starts…set a new career-high 1,170 minutes…third on the team for points (9)… scored twice in the second half less than four minutes apart in 6-1 win over Tennessee (Oct. 23)…moved to No. 7 in the record books for most game-winning assists in a season (7) … sits at No. 2 overall for career SOG% (.591)…

2021: Appeared in all 22 matches, earning three starts… Second on the team with five goals and tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals… Tied for second on the team with 11 points… Made her first start of the season at Missouri (9/16), where she scored the game-winning goal… Four of her goals came off the bench, including a goal against BYU in the NCAA Tournament… Played in all four NCAA Tournament games… Scored three of her goals in the first five matches of the season (East Carolina, NC State, and Charlotte)… Tallied a point in four straight matches with three goals and an assist (East Carolina, NC State, Boston College, and Charlotte)… Played a season-high 58 minutes against Vanderbilt (9/23).

2020-21: Arguably made one of the biggest jumps on the team during her first collegiate season in Columbia… Was second on the team with five goals, including three game-winning goals which was also second on the team, in her rookie campaign… Was tied for third on the team in shots with 21… Was second on the team in shot percentage (Min. 0.5 shots per match) with a 23.8 percent clip… Her shot on goal percentage was tied for the best on the team (Min. 10 shots) at 61.9 percent… Started the final five matches of the season after coming off the bench in the first 10 of her career… Was tied for second on the team with five points… Made her Carolina debut against Georgia where she came off the bench, replacing her sister Luciana in the match, and playing 23 minutes… Scored her first collegiate goal against No. 3 Arkansas on the road, helping the Garnet and Black to their second-highest ranked win in program history… Scored again against Mississippi State, notching the game-winning goal to help the senior class win on their Senior Day… In her final match coming off the bench, scored the game-winner against the College of Charleston in a 3-0 win… Made her first start for the Gamecocks against Coastal Carolina, playing 51 minutes and registering three shots… Scored in her first match against Clemson, while also starting, playing 54 minutes in the Palmetto Series match… Scored in her NCAA Tournament debut against Montana, playing 58 minutes and notching the game-winning goal in the second half… Played a total of 125 minutes in the NCAA Tournament… Was a part of one of the most offensively productive freshmen classes in Carolina history, aiding the class to score 15 goals during the season, over half of the total goals (29) the team scored during the season… Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week (Week 7).

PRE-COLLEGE: Ranked prospect according to TopDrawerSoccer.com… Second in her school’s record book in goals (49) and is first in assists (27)
• 2018-19 ECNL National Champion… Two-time state champion with high school squad (2016 and 2019)… Finished as No. 1 team in state twice during high school career
• Three time New Jersey Group IV Central Champion (2016, 2018 and 2019)… Three time Golden Boot Winner for most goals on team… Three time H/W/S County champion
• MVP of Country Tournament in 2018… Three-time All-State (2016, 2018 and 2019)… Has scored 19 high school gamewinners in 70 matches and finished with 61 wins in that span
• Won the H/W/S Most Valuable Player Award in 2018… Won three letters in soccer during high school year (missed 2017 season due to participating in U.S. Developmental Academy league
• Won sectional championship in 2016, 2018 and 2019… Was on the honor roll all four years of high school.

PERSONAL: Has one sibling, Luciana, who was a member of the South Carolina women’s soccer team… Daughter of Lisa Michaels and Anthony Zullo.

Chose the University of South Carolina because: “South Carolina has a great atmosphere. The people on the team are all so close and are so kind to each other it seems like everyone is a family.”