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On Serrins: Expected to be starting keeper in 2000 very quick goalkeeper good at one-on-one skills has good distribution and excellent reflexes was a second-team All-ACC selection as a sophomore had a strong spring season ranks among top five in Maryland's all-time saves (124), goals against average (1.36), shutouts (8) and games played (39) lists.
Summer of 2000: Starting keeper for the Northern Virginia Majestics of the W-League played in 10 games, recording a 1.66 goals against average.
As a junior (1999): Played in 14 games, starting twice posted a 1.01 goals against average, playing 712 minutes, allowing just eight goals and making 36 saves recorded three shutouts and posted a 5-2 record started home opener against UMBC (9/1) and made three saves in playing all 90 minutes started against No. 16 UCLA in return home to California and recorded season-high five saves came on to play the second half of the final 11 games of the season did not allow a goal in six consecutive appearances spanning the Virginia (9/29) game to the Wake Forest (10/22) game, playing 262 scoreless minutes shared shutouts with Ali Wolff in three consecutive games against George Mason (10/6), Rutgers (10/8) and Navy (10/10) played 59 scoreless minutes and made four key saves to help Terps to 2-1 overtime win against Clemson (10/17) recorded win against Wake Forest in preserving shut out in 1-0 win made three saves in second half of regular-season finale at Florida State (10/31) as Maryland clinched second place in the ACC credited with the win in ACC quarterfinal win against Duke (11/4) after making four second-half saves played 45 scoreless minutes, making four saves in ACC semifinal against Wake Forest (11/5) shared NCAA Tournament first round shutout against Long Island (11/10).
As a sophomore (1998): ACC second team goalkeeper, starting and playing 13 games in goal recorded a 1.32 goals against average, allowing just 16 goals in 1,095 minutes made 50 saves and recorded three shutouts had a 9-3-1 record as starting keeper made a career-high 13 saves against No. 14 Wake Forest (10/25) as she played a career-high 116 minutes the starter in Maryland's first round NCAA Tournament victory over Fairfield (11/11) before a shoulder injury during the game ended her season earned three victories against ranked teams credited with one save in Terps' victory over No. 9 Duke (9/18); three stops in win against No. 23 George Mason (9/23) and six saves in win over No. 17 Virginia on (10/9) shutout victories came against USC (9/11) in the Maryland/PUMA Tournament; against NC State (9/20), when she played the first 55 minutes and at James Madison (10/6) was credited with her first career assist on a free kick against Wake Forest (10/25) joined teammate and fellow goalie Ali Wolff in the scoring column as Wolff scored a goal against Duke on Oct. 17, 1997.
As a freshman (1997): Appeared in 12 games, starting 10 ... recorded a 1.70 goals against average in 846 minutes, allowing 16 goals posted 38 saves and two shutouts, one against Penn (9/14) in the Maryland/PUMA Tournament and the other against Florida State (9/21) ... credited with five saves in earning her first career ACC victory over Florida State ... had a season-high 10 saves in an overtime victory over No. 19 ranked Dartmouth (10/24) ... had eight saves in first college start, a 3-1 victory over Wright State (9/1) ... had eight saves in a 1-0 loss to No. 7 Santa Clara (10/3) started in the ACC championship game against North Carolina (11/8).
Before Maryland: Graduated from Santa Margarita in Mission Viejo, Calif. named most valuable player of the U.S. National Cup in 1995 a member of the U-16 national team pool and played in the U-16 national championship game in 1995 participated in the Olympic Development program in 1996 and 1997 a member of the Mission Viejo Shamrocks club team a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Riki-Ann Serrins born April 17, 1979 daughter of Gloria and Phil Serrins majoring in physical education three-time member of the ACC Honor Roll.
Serrins' Career Statistics Year GP GS Min. GA Svs. GAA ShO 1997 12 10 846 16 38 1.70 2 1998 14* 13 1095 16 50 1.32 3 1999 14 2 712 8 36 1.01 3 Totals 40 25 2653 40 124 1.36 8 *Appeared as a field player in one game