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Andie Romness

  • position Defender
  • height 5-7
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown McLean, Va.
  • High school McLean
  • position Defender
  • height 5-7
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown McLean, Va.
  • High school McLean

Andie Romness Bio

AWARDS:
Senior season (2014)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll

Junior season (2013)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll

Sophomore season (2012)
· SEC Academic Honor Roll

Freshman season (2011)
· Our Game Magazine Team of the Week (Nov. 11)
· SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

IN THE RECORD BOOK:
· 4th — Career game-winning assists (6)
· 8th — Career matches played (91)
· 10th — Career matches started (80)
· Shares senior record for matches played (25)
· Shares senior record for matches started (25)

2014: Started all 25 games at centerback, logged the fourth-most minutes on the team with 2,102…scored seven points on two goals and three assists…put eight of her five shots on frame…started the season with a game-winning assist to fellow senior centerback Taylor Leach at ECU (8/22)…recorded the game-winning assist in the following game as well, hitting Raina Johnson for a score against Samford (8/24)…recorded another assist against High Point (9/7), this time setting up Chelsea Drennan…scored the first goal of her collegiate career against Ole Miss (10/19) on a penalty kick in the eighth minute…scored her second goal just two games later, finding the back of the net on a first-half free kick at No. 6 Texas A&M (10/26) — the first Gamecocks’ goal in the series with the Aggies…fired a season-high three shots at Texas A&M, putting two on frame…in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11/14), helped keep No. 22 Clemson scoreless for 110 minutes before going to penalty kicks…made the second penalty kick for the Gamecocks as they advanced 4-3…stepped up for the second and third rounds of the NCAA Tournament with All-American goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo out for both games and fellow senior centerback Taylor Leach out for the Round of 16 contest…against Seattle (11/21) in the second round, matched a season-high with three shots, putting one on frame, also attempted a penalty kick in the shootout…two days later in the Round of 16 at No. 6 North Carolina, helped the Gamecocks to their third-straight NCAA Tournament shutout despite missing key personnel…played every minute of the last 12 contests of the season… Gamecocks allowed just 11 regular-season goals and finished the season with a 0.72 goals against average — 26th nationally and first in the SEC — after seeing just 18 balls hit the back of the net

2013: Started all 23 matches at center back … Played 1,930 minutes … Tallied three assists … Recorded assist on eventual game-winning goal versus Auburn (9/27) … Posted two-assist game in a 4-0 win over Georgia (11/6) in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament … Part of defense that ranked 15th nationally in goals against average (0.59) and 25th in shutout percentage (.522) … Tied for the second-most shutouts in a season in program history with 12 … Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2012: Started 20 of 21 matches for the Gamecocks, leading the team in minutes with 1963… scored four points on four assists… led the team with two game-winning assists, coming against Mercer (8/23) and LSU (10/12)…also logged assists at Vanderbilt (9/30) and against Ole Miss (10/14)…fired four shots with two coming on frame…during a five-game stretch in conference play, the Gamecocks limited Vanderbilt, Georgia, Tennessee, LSU and Ole Miss to only 17 shots on goal in 470 minutes of action.

2011: Played in 22 matches with 12 starts at defender … Earned all of her starts at center back for the SEC’s top-ranked defense … Tallied two assists for two points … Had breakout offensive game at LSU (10/20) with two assists, one coming on the game-winning goal … Named to Our Game Magazine Team of the Week after blocking two shots inside the `18 and helping preserve a shutout in the NCAA First Round match against Texas (11/11) … Team led the SEC regular season in nearly every major defensive category, including goals allowed (9), goals against average (0.79), shots on goal allowed (53) and points allowed (25) … Averaged 71 minutes per game for a backline that limited seven of 11 SEC opponents to four shots on goal or less … Also moved up to midfield early in the season … Registered two shots with one on goal.

PRE-COLLEGE: Four-time All-District and All-Region (2008-11) … First Team All-State (2011) … First Team All-Met (2009, 2011) … Second Team All-Met (2008, 2010) … Team captain and MVP … Played for McLean MPS Dragons club team (2000-10) … 2007 Supery-Y Mid-Atlantic Champions … Three-time state champion (2005, 2007, 2010) … 2010 Region I champions … Ranked No. 1 in the nation in 2009 and 2010 … Also played for Bethesda Dragons (2010-11) … Maryland state champions (2011) … Also lettered in basketball and cheerleading … Two-time first team All-district in basketball (2009-10).

PERSONAL: Full name is Andrea Elizabeth Romness … Undecided major … Chose USC over Virginia, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Georgia and Princeton … Born November 14, 1992 … Has two brothers and one sister … Brother, David, played lacrosse at Clemson … Mother, Suzanne, played tennis at Loyola Marymount … Parents are Peter and Suzanne Romness.

Romness’ Career Stats
YEAR GP-GS Min. G A P SH SH% SOG SOG% GWG
2011 22-12 1563 0 2 2 2 .000 1 .500 0
2012 21-20 1963 0 4 4 4 .000 2 .500 0
2013 23-23 1930 0 3 3 4 .000 3 .750 0
2014 25-25 2102 2 3 7 8 .250 5 .625 0
TOTAL 91-80 7558 2 12 16 18 .111 11 .611 0

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