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Alex Anthony
Player Profile:
Alex Anthony 1321139
Position: Forward
Height: 5'5"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Littleton, Colo.
High School: Arapahoe HS

As a Sophomore (2015): Started all 19 games...finished t-2 in the Big Ten with 10 goals...broke the Maryland single-season record and led the Big Ten with 91 shots...also recorded two assists and finished t-2 in the conference with 22...notched the game winning goal and nine shots in a 1-0 over Kent State (8/21)...scored two goals with 12 shots in a 2-0 win over Navy (8/23)...first goal in that contest was the fastest in Maryland history and t-20th in NCAA women's soccer history...recorded six shots in 82 minutes against La Salle...scored a goal in 58 minutes against SMU (9/6)...nabbed two goals in 13 shots and added an assist in 76 minutes against Yale (9/13)...scored against Illinois (9/27)...scored against Ohio State (10/11) and Indiana (10/15).

As a Redshirt Freshman (2014): Appeared in seven games…scored two goals and logged an assist…recorded 12 shots with six shots on goal…came on as substitute at Pepperdine (8/24) and notched three shots…scored a goal and notched an assist against William & Mary (8/28)…appeared as a sub against NC State (8/31)…returned and scored a goal on two shots against Illinois (10/19)….appeared and recorded a shot on goal at Minnesota (10/24)…played and notched a shot on goal against Wisconsin (10/26)…appeared against Penn State (10/30).

As a Freshman (2013): Served a redshirt season...missed the entire season due to offseason surgery.

Before Maryland:

  • No. 26 on the ESPNHS Top 150
  • No. 86 recruit on the IMG Academy's Top 150
  • No. 11 recruit in the Rocky Mountain/Southwest Region by TopDrawerSoccer.com
  • No. 30 forward in the country by TopDrawerSoccer.com
  • First team all-state as a sophomore in 2011
  • Named the MaxPrep National Player of the Week on May 1, 2011
  • Totaled 36 goals and 14 assists in 25 high school matches
  • Helped lead Real Colorado 94/95 National to the 2010 Regional Championship and the 2011 Regional Finals
  • State Cup Champions in 2007, 2008 & 2010
  • 2007 State Cup MVP
  • Regional Champions in 2010 and Regional Finalists in 2008, 2010 & 2011
  • Far West Regional League Champions in 2011
  • Six-time club team captain
  • Two-time ECNL All-Event Team
  • Member of the US Youth National Team from 2008-10 (U-14 & U-15)
  • ODP State Team from 2007-11
  • ODP Region IV Champions in 2010 and also Finalists in 2008
  • 2010 First Team All-Tournament ODP Region IV Championships
  • Member of the National Honor Society

Personal: Daughter of Marc Anthony and Michelle Lucero...younger sister of Jordan...older sister of Noah...intends to major in sociology... chose Maryland over UCLA, Texas and Miami

I chose Maryland because: "I felt at home when I took my visits to Maryland. I realized it was my dream school in terms of academics, atmosphere and athletically. The team is amazing and capable of winning a National Championship and that's one of my goals while in college."

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