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#44 Skyy Anderson
Position: Defender
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cambridge, Mass.
High School: Cambridge Rindge and Latin
Major: Communication

As a junior (2010): Hampered due to a preseason injury, but played 57 minutes, coming off the bench, in 6-0 season-opening win over Iona (8/20) ... played 23 minutes in 3-2 win over Missouri (8/22) ... assisted on Jasmyne Spencer's first goal of the season in 3-1 win at Tennessee (8/27) ... saw 11 minutes of action vs. the Lady Vols ... three shots in 40 minutes in 4-0 win over Kennesaw State (8/29) ... missed the remainder of the non-conference schedule due to injury ... returned to play 88 minutes in 1-1 tie vs. Duke (9/26), replacing Domenica Hodak, who left the game due to injury ... two shots in 25 minutes in 1-0 loss at Virginia Tech (10/3) ... made her first start of the season, playing all 90 minutes, in 2-1 win at No. 2 Boston College (10/7) ... played all 90 minutes to help the Terps earn their fourth shutout of the season in 1-0 win at NC State (10/10) ... assisted on Caitlin McDowell's goal in 4-0 win vs. Clemson (10/14) ... one shot in 87 minutes vs. the Tigers ... played all 90 minuts in 2-1 loss at Wake Forest (10/21) ... played all 90 minutes of historic 2-1 win over No. 2 North Carolina (10/24) ... helped hold the Tar Heels to just six shots on goal in the match ... missed the Florida State game due to injury ... returned to play 51 minutes in 2-1 win over Miami (10/31) ... assisted on Lydia Hastings' game-winning goal vs. the Hurricanes ... played all 90 minutes in 1-0 shutout of Duke (11/3) in the ACC quarterfinals ... assisted Danielle Hubka's game-winning goal in 1-0 overtime win over No. 18 Boston College (11/5) in the ACC semifinals ... played all 91 minutes vs. the Eagles ... played all 110 minutes in 1-1 tie with Wake Forest (11/7) in ACC championship game ... one shot in 88 minutes in 4-1 win over High Point (11/12) in first round of NCAA tournament ... played all 110 minutes in 1-1 tie with Georgetown (11/14) in second round of NCAA tournament.

As a sophomore (2009): Started the first 16 games at center back before sitting out the final two regular season games as a precaution ... returned to start in the 3-0 loss to No. 4 North Carolina (11/4) in the ACC tournament, but had to leave the game in the first half due to injury ... missed the NCAA tournament due to that injury ... helped the Terps to seven shutouts and two wins over top 25 team.

As a freshman (2008): Scored her first collegiate goal in the 90th minute on a 40-yard blast in 5-0 win over George Mason (8/23) ... earned her first career start in 1-0 loss to William & Mary (9/14) at Virginia Soccer Classic ... tremendous effort, playing final 73 minutes of 1-0 win over Miami (10/5) after Aimee Bresani left the match with a broken nose ... started in place of Breasni in 3-2 overtime loss to No. 9 Virginia (10/16).

Before Maryland: Talented striker from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School ... played for coach Aaron Silverman ... rated among the top 150 recruits in the nation by Soccer Buzz ... led the Falcons to back-to-back Greater Boston League titles in 2004 and 2005 with records of 18-1-1 and 18-0-1, respectively ... named the GBL MVP in both championship seasons ... five-year member of the Mass. ODP Team ... member of Region I team from 2001-2005 ... member of the US U14, U15 and U16 National Team player pools ... 2006 Nike Premier 50 ... 2005 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American ... plays club soccer for FC Greater Boston Bolts, which were the 2006 US Youth Soccer national runner-up ... chose Maryland over Boston College, Boston U. and Texas.

Personal: Daughter of Larry and Dawn Anderson ... father is the head men's basketball coach at MIT ... older sister of Paul ... majoring in communication.


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