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18 Sarah Curtis
Sarah  Curtis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Yellow Springs, Ohio

High School:
Fairborn

Height:
5-7

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
12/20/1985


HONORS: 2004--ACC All-Freshman Team.

AT VIRGINIA: 2005--Played in all 25 games this season, starting 13 ... goal, assist, career high three points and five shots vs. Rhode Island ... goal and assist vs. St. Bona. ... assist vs. Richmond ... assist at Wake ... scored game-winner vs. Miami ... career-high 2 assists at Va. Tech. 2004--Had four goals and one assist in rookie season while playing in all 22 games, starting three ... scored first career goal vs. Miami ... scored a goal vs. Liberty ... scored game-winning goal vs. UCLA ... had first career assist vs. James Madison ... scored a goal vs. Virginia Tech in ACC Quarterfinals.

PREP & PERSONAL: Helped Dayton Soccer Academy club team win three consecutive state championships (2001-03) ... club also reached regional semifinals in 2003 ... played soccer at Fairborn High School during her freshman year and was an All-District performer ... helped Fairborn win a district title that season ... also a standout in track at Fairborn ... veteran of the Ohio ODP team and a member of the regional pool ... Sarah E. Curtis ... born December 20, 1985 in Marietta, Ohio ... daughter of Ann and Steve Curtis ... father played football at Princeton ... has an older brother Matthew, who played soccer at St. Francis.

CURTIS' CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP/GS Minutes Shots Goals Assists Points
2004 22/3 842 19 4 1 9
2005 25/13 1057 23 3 6 12
Career 47/16 1899 42 7 7 21

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